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Made Here: Small business stories and conversations with entrepreneurs

Made Here: Small business stories and conversations with entrepreneurs

By GoDaddy & Hueman Group Media
Entrepreneurship is a journey — and not everyone gets a fair shot. Made Here is a podcast about what it means to be an underserved entrepreneur in America and what it takes to turn a small business idea into reality. Join GoDaddy’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Stacy Cline as she chats with resilient and driven local entrepreneurs. Listen to how they defied expectations and challenged norms, in order to create businesses that enabled them to realize their potential, support their families and give back to their communities.
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How To Build a Career at the Intersection of Food and Social Justice | Lachelle Cunningham
In spite of the recognition she’s received from her industry, one would say that Lachelle Cunningham’s journey as a chef is unconventional, especially compared to her peers. She began her culinary career by launching Chelles’ Kitchen in 2012 and soon became known for her work as the founding Executive Chef of Breaking Bread Cafe in North Minneapolis, where she received many accolades for her food creativity and social justice work.   In this episode, she talks to us about becoming a mom in her early 20s and how her sense of smell changed her relationship with food. Lachelle shares her transition from a home chef catering small dinner parties, to an entrepreneur who had a larger vision of creating positive change through food. Finally, we’ll also learn about her work at the Healthy Roots Institute, whose mission focuses on healing and social justice through food education, culinary arts, and entrepreneurship. To learn more about Lachelle's work, visit lachellecunningham.com/healthy-roots-institute -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
32:20
December 22, 2020
Transforming the Lives of Children Through Speech Pathology | Michea Rahman
Michea Rahman, a native Houstonian, is a speech-language pathologist who owns and runs Children’s Language Center, a clinic that provides pediatric speech therapy services to children in a positive and nurturing environment. In this episode, Michea shares the difficulties she experienced growing up and how her single mom inspired her to be consistently hardworking and tenacious. We also talk about how Michea's life shifted from being a stage actress and secondary theater arts teacher to becoming a well-respected speech pathology practitioner in Houston, Texas. On the show, Michea also discusses how, in spite of the pandemic, Children’s Language Center continues to make an impact on the lives of children and their families. To learn more about Children’s Language Center, visit www.childrenslanguagecenter.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
30:34
December 17, 2020
Fueling Greener and Healthier Neighborhoods Through a Marketplace | Shelley Green
Shelley Green's path as a small business owner took a while to shape. Transitioning from a career in consulting, Shelley now proudly owns The Green Corner Store located in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Green Corner Store is a market that supports local makers, artisans, and micro-businesses that sell quality products that make our lives greener, safer and healthier. The Green Corner Store is a certified business of The Green Business Network, a program of Green America — the nation’s leading nonprofit in growing the green economy. In this episode, Shelley talks to us about her journey and why the concept of an entrepreneur seemed elusive, or at least something she couldn’t relate to in the beginning. We also talk about the serendipitous moments in her life that gave her the idea for The Green Corner Store, as well as the setbacks she faced having started her business all the way back in 2009. To learn more about Green Corner Store, visit www.thegreencornerstore.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
33:13
December 15, 2020
How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Running a Small Business | Shelly Evans
This week's guest is a go-getter mom who runs Honey Hush Boutique, a store selling stylish clothes and vintage home items and gifts in Bogota, Texas. Shelly Evans decided to remodel an old bank building and turn it into a store that she now runs with her daughter Lacey.   In this episode, Shelly talks about the ugly side of starting and growing a small business. She shares with me the lessons she learned, and her advice for other entrepreneurs who might be going through similar challenges. On the show, we talk about the importance of community over competition, the power of positive thinking, and why Shelly has made it her mission to encourage other aspiring business owners. To learn more about Honey Hush Boutique, visit www.honeyhushstore.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
30:39
December 8, 2020
How To Balance Purpose and Profit | Tyson Toussant and Tim Coombs
Tyson Toussant and Tim Coombs are the co-founders of BIONIC, a mission-driven material engineering company that addresses ocean plastic pollution in marine and coastal environments. BIONIC engineers fully traceable high-grade textiles made with coastal and marine plastic. On the show, Tyson and Tim talk about their roots and how growing up in New York City sparked their interest in social and environmental issues. They share everything from their first entrepreneurial endeavor to building and attracting key partnerships. Tyson and Tim also talk about balancing purpose and profit and their broader mission of shifting people’s behavior and thinking through BIONIC. To learn more about BIONIC, visit www.bionicyarn.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
33:05
December 1, 2020
How To Scale a Business in Language Learning | Maria Ure
When we think about our favorite subject in school or why we loved going to class, we sometimes associate our fondness for learning with teachers we love, much like this week's guest, Maria Ure. Moving from Argentina to the United States in the mid-80s, Maria saw a huge need in language learning — a program that would captivate students at a young age. From teaching Spanish to a small group of students, Maria has now taught over 6,000 students. Today, she continues to make an impact as the Founder and Director of Spanish in Action, a language school located in Manhattan Beach, California. In this episode, Maria shares the challenges and triumphs she experienced throughout her career that has spanned over three decades. On the show, Maria also talks about how Spanish in Action is able to create a fun, learning environment for kids and how she was able to scale her business, in spite of the setbacks she faced. To learn more about Spanish in Action, visit spanishinaction.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
26:52
November 24, 2020
Building and Growing a Business in the Restaurant Industry | Ken and Jeannette Katz
This week’s episode features husband and wife and owners of Buenos Dias Café, Ken and Jeanette Katz. In 2012, Ken and Jeanette opened the doors to their restaurant in Atlanta, a place that eventually became a second home for students and faculty in that area. Buenos Dias Café is a quick-service restaurant that serves fresh, authentic cuisine inspired by Jeannette’s childhood in El Salvador and the distinct Latin communities in which they have both lived. Growing up, Jeannette observed women having a harder time receiving help and being taken seriously when launching a business. This understanding motivates Jeannette and Ken to actively welcome entrepreneurs who are single moms, as well as partner with nonprofits to employ individuals transitioning from homelessness. In this episode, Ken and Jeanette share the many challenges of working in the restaurant industry, what keeps them motivated to grow with their community, and what lies ahead for Buenos Dias Café. To learn more about Buenos Dias Café, visit www.buenosdiascafe.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
35:35
November 17, 2020
Creating A Business to Support Mental Health | Kay Luttrell
Kay Luttrell joined the US Navy straight out of high school. While going through personal challenges that took a toll on her mental health, Kay found solace in lighting and making scented candles. Her hobby eventually turned into Unlax Candles, a company selling high-quality and hand-poured scented candles that Kay hopes will be a part of her customer’s relaxation routine and meditative state. In this episode, Kay shares how her business grew tenfold since it launched in December 2019. We discuss the impact of business mentorship and how she manifests items on her vision board into reality! She also talks to me about finding a balance between two important roles: a business owner and an active duty military member. To learn more about Unlax Candles, visit unlaxcandles.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
26:02
November 10, 2020
Pushing Black-Owned Businesses To Excellence | Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon
Is there a difference between being an educator and being a teacher? Our next guest, Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon, believes there is. Dr. Key is the CEO and Founder of the Village Market, an Atlanta-based organization that empowers Black entrepreneurs through business development trainings, marketplaces, and community engagement. According to a 2017 Small Business Administration study, black-owned businesses averaged $58,000 in revenue while white-owned businesses averaged over nine times that amount. To address the disparity of earnings between Black-owned and white-owned businesses, the Village Market showcases and trains hundreds of Black-owned businesses that specialize in conscious apparel, all-natural products, and foods. These businesses have grown from 6-foot vendor tables to brick and mortar locations. In this episode, Dr. Key shares the incredible community she’s created, how she builds authentic relationships with entrepreneurs, and the best advice she got from her grandmother on how to treat every customer. To learn more about the Village Market, visit thevillagemarketatl.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
39:38
November 3, 2020
Breaking Away From Cultural Barriers | Sulaiman Othoman
Today's episode is a little different because our featured guest is based in the UK. Originally from North-Eastern Syria, Sulaiman Othoman is a journalist and broadcaster with more than 17 years of experience in the industry, particularly in the Middle East. He is the founder of Caravel Magazine, an independent art, heritage, and culture digital magazine, designed to be a window that explores the richness of Middle Eastern and North African creativity. In this episode, we talk to Sulaiman about the different cultures he was exposed to, how he fought his way out of a system that didn’t foster entrepreneurship, and how he is now able to fulfill his mission of giving a platform for other artists and storytellers just like himself. To learn more about Sulaiman's work, visit caravelmagazine.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
26:07
October 27, 2020
Holding Onto Your Artistry as a Business Owner | Thea Monyee
This week's guest is an accomplished, multi-talented Black Creative and the host of “Shaping The Shift“ podcast. Thea Monyee is a remarkable writer and artist with credits including appearances on HBO, BET, and FOX SOUL. She is the owner of MarleyAyo Creative Consulting. The many facets and inflections of Thea's journey epitomize shapeshifting. In this episode, we talk to Thea about how she built a business, while still holding on to her artistry. She also shares her daily routine, including how she balances work and family time, and why she makes it a point to shut things down around 6 pm daily. To learn more about Thea Monyee, visit theamonyee.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
38:08
October 20, 2020
Chasing Your Entrepreneurial Dream | Kristel Valencia
For years, Kristel Valencia worked as an event planner for Coca-Cola. She is a proud daughter of Mexican parents who immigrated to Georgia when Kristel was just 10 months old. After a death in her family made Kristel realize the importance of time, she quit her job to finally chase after her entrepreneurial dream. Today, Kristel is the founder of Cafecito, a coffee shop that serves beverages and snacks influenced by her Mexican heritage. In this episode, Kristel talks to us about the importance of having a network of supporters and mentors. Kristel, a single mom, also shares with us the lessons in running a business that she’s now able to impart to her own son. To learn more about Cafecito, visit cafecitocoffeeshop.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
33:22
October 13, 2020
Empowering Youth Through Farming | Max Elliott
This week's guest has built a legacy of transforming the lives of young people through farming and leadership. For 14 years, Max Elliott served as the Executive Director of Urban Roots, a farm-based youth leadership organization in Austin, Texas. Created out of its parent organization YouthLaunch, Urban Roots launched with just 15 teenagers and one field in 2008.  On their 3.5 (three and a half) acre farm, Urban Roots serves teens and young adults through paid internships that not only focus on farming, but also on their growth as leaders and good citizens. Urban Roots has an exponential impact that transforms the lives of young people while providing over 35,000 pounds of produce for the community, donating 40% to local soup kitchens and food pantries, and educating thousands of youth and community members about food, farming, and healthy lifestyles. In this episode, Max shares how a Buddhism class led him to practice and commit to a healthier lifestyle. Max and I also talk about balancing purpose and profit, the impact of COVID-19 on their programming, as well as the triumphs and challenges of his journey at the intersection of farming and youth empowerment. To learn more about Urban Roots, visit urbanrootsatx.org -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
40:47
October 6, 2020
Building Your Resilience | Jonathan Cottrell
The entrepreneurial journey could start at any phase in someone's life. For Jonathan Cottrell, a serial starter, the urge to build something from the ground up began at age 11, after getting his hands on a book titled "Better Than A Lemonade Stand: 51 Business Ideas For Kids." Since then, Jonathan has had a long list of startups under his belt, including his latest, Journeyage, which provides custom training solutions for enterprises. In this episode, Jonathan talks about his first startup exit, the importance of prioritizing the challenges of your business, and knowing which ones you should solve for. Jonathan also shares the incredible way he and his wife instill an entrepreneurial mindset with their kids. To learn more about Journeyage, visit journeyage.com. -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
42:39
September 29, 2020
Turning Dark Moments Into Opportunities to Serve Humanity | Karly Burke
Do you ever look back at your life and realize that some of your most challenging and painful moments pushed you to look into a problem and dig a little deeper? That’s the story of this week's guest, Karly Burke. Karly is a Seattle native who created a chapter of Hashtag Lunchbag, a nonprofit organization that makes bagged lunches for the homeless, complete with love messages to inspire others. In this episode, Karly shares the tumultuous parts of her high school years that propelled her to pursue humanitarian work. She talks to us about the challenges of running a nonprofit venture and who currently inspires her to keep standing up for what she believes in. To learn more about #HashtagLunchbag, visit www.hashtaglunchbag.org -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
34:49
September 22, 2020
Continuing a Family Legacy and Adapting to Changing Markets | Latrice Cannon
When entrepreneurs are asked who inspired them to start their own companies, they might mention names you would typically see on magazine lists like Forbes or Fortune. But, my favorite stories are from the business owners who, in a heartbeat, will tell you that they were inspired by a family member who worked hard to get to where they are today. In this episode, we’re hearing from Latrice Cannon, owner of Cannon’s Upholstery, Inc. in Phoenix, Arizona. Latrice inherited her father’s business, a company that provides upholstery services for commercial and residential clients. Today, Latrice will share the sacrifices she had to make after taking over her dad’s business and the pivots she did in order to grow their company and capture a bigger share of the market. To learn more about Latrice's business, visit: cannonsupholstery.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
28:35
September 15, 2020
Challenging Industry Norms and Putting People First | Oku Abara
Today, we’re doing something a little different: we're featuring an entrepreneur based in the UK! Originally from Nigeria, Oku Abhara overcame physical and financial challenges and eventually started his own venture in the real estate industry. As the founder of Pristo’s Properties  Limited, Oku aims to create an ethical property lettings business that is service-oriented and puts people’s interests first. Oku gained knowledge and resilience from his professional experience in the London property lettings market, as well as a period in his life when he himself faced a housing issue. We’ll hear from Oku about his journey as an entrepreneur, why he decided to fill in gaps he saw in the market, and the profound meaning behind the name of his company. To learn more about Oku's business, visit: www.pristosproperties.co.uk -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GGoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
27:53
September 8, 2020
Infusing Culture and Heritage in your Business | GG Peralta
Today’s guest is a business owner who infuses culture, heritage, and passion into every aspect of her business. With her parents, GG Peralta runs El Charro Hipster, a family-owned coffee shop, bar, and restaurant, right in the heart of the arts district in downtown Phoenix.  With only more than 2 years in operation, El Charro Hipster has been named the “Best Hangout” by the Phoenix New Times and has been given the Phoenix Green Leader Business award for the second year in a row. El Charro Hipster is environmentally friendly and only uses 100% compostable items. In our conversation, GG talks about key things that enabled her to grow her business and overcome setbacks. She talks to us about adaptability, patience, and how the work ethic and values passed down by her parents led GG to success at just 23 years old. To learn more about GG's business, visit: elcharrohipster.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
24:31
September 1, 2020
Reconnecting With Your Purpose | Katie Delwiche
Katie Delwiche has had farming in her blood for years. As a gardener and herbalist, Katie has helped clients cultivate a relationship with their garden. Currently, she is the founder of Cloud and Crow, a company that provides garden care and design in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2003, Katie has been emphasizing the power of being in the garden — as a way for people to rediscover and reconnect with nature and their own selves. In this episode, Katie talks to us about her roots (no pun intended!), how she bounced back from the 2008 recession, learned to pivot in a COVID-19 world, and why she thinks entrepreneurship has to do more about being service-oriented and actualizing one’s own purpose. To learn more about Katie's business, visit: cloudandcrow.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
28:05
August 25, 2020
Doing Good by Going Green | Jeremiah Rosenthal
If we were to think of tech visionary entrepreneurs, people like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk, might come to mind. On the contrary, and while the road may not be easy, any person, regardless of background and status, can carve out a name for themselves in business. In today’s episode, we’re featuring the story of Jeremiah Rosenthal, founder of Green Bin. Years ago, Jeremiah came to realize how much waste packing and moving created when he was moving in with his wife, who was his girlfriend then. In 2018, Jeremiah founded Green Bin, a company that rents eco-friendly moving boxes that are cheaper than cardboard and don't require assembly or tape. In 2019 Green Bin® diverted over 3,000 lbs. of cardboard from landfills, saving 28 trees. The company also donated 9 trees that were planted in the Phoenix metro area. In this episode, Jeremiah shares how a personal milestone sparked the idea for his company, and how he turned his side hustle into a business that’s on a mission to do good. To learn more about Jeremiah's business, visit: rentgreenbin.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
33:33
August 18, 2020
Glorified Entrepreneurship and the Power of Small Businesses | Kimberly Roland
In today’s episode, we’re excited to learn from Kimberly Roland, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneur Programs at Better Business Bureau (“BBB”), a mission-driven nonprofit that advances marketplace trust. In 2019, Kimberly helped launch a partnership between BBB Serving the Pacific Southwest and GoDaddy through its Empower by GoDaddy program. Empower by GoDaddy is GoDaddy's global community and philanthropic program that equips entrepreneurs in underserved communities with training, tools and peer networks to accelerate their journeys. As you’ll soon find out, Kimberly is a self-confessed data nerd. In this episode, Kimberly and I talk about glorified entrepreneurship and the impact of small businesses, not just on local communities, but on our national economy. Kimberly will also share how BBB is equipping small business owners with vital knowledge and resources and what the organization is doing now to support small businesses impacted by COVID-19. To learn more about BBB, visit: www.bbb.org -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
40:43
August 11, 2020
Writing Your Own Entrepreneurship Story | Scott Shigeoka
Have you ever gone on a great adventure to pursue a passion project? Well, that’s what our first ever guest, Scott Shigeoka, an American entrepreneur, storyteller, designer, and artist does. Born in Hawaii and now based in San Francisco, Scott founded an independent creative agency that bridges social and political divides through the power of stories. He is the host of various shows/series including "Made in America," which highlights everyday entrepreneurs and the racist/systemic barriers they've overcome. In this episode, Scott will share how a hitchhiking journey led him to founding his own business, what starkly different cultures taught him about entrepreneurship, and why he encourages all of us to celebrate ourselves and our work, even in moments of pause. To learn more about Scott and his work, visit: scottshigeoka.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
31:57
August 4, 2020
Taking Risks and Conquering Your Lane | Yolanda Owens
Yolanda Owens, founder of farm-to-skin spa Iwi Fresh, knows what it means to take tremendous risks and fight for something you believe in. Inspired by her grandmother who used to treat Yolanda’s eczema with home remedies, Yolanda left her corporate job in tech and used her 401K to start her business. In spite of overwhelming challenges, from parting ways with a friend who was originally a partner at Iwi Fresh, to being diagnosed with colon cancer, Yolanda held on to her convictions — which included creating a line of chemical-free skin care products that are only made with farm-sourced ingredients. Through the many highs and lows of running her own business for twelve years, Yolanda was able to put her products on shelves at Whole Food stores in the southern region and provide a sanctuary for her local community in Atlanta. Listen to her inspiring journey. To learn more about Yolanda's business, visit: iwifresh.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
37:26
July 28, 2020
Building a League for the Next Generation | Arnold Smith
From sleeping on the floor when his family first moved to America to starting an official NFL flag football league within the community that embraced him, Arnold Smith’s story is nothing short of remarkable. Created in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 2017, Arnold is the founder of the Eastern Iowa NFL Flag Football League (“League”), a competitive flag football league for kids from 1st to 8th grade. A dad himself, Arnold wanted to teach kids the fundamentals of flag football, teamwork and sportsmanship, and other critical values that will help shape their character. Originally from Sierra Leone, Arnold shares what it’s like to start from the bottom and to ultimately seize opportunities that enable him to give back. In this episode, we also talk to Arnold about why establishing credibility was one of his biggest challenges as a founder, how he got his local community involved in growing his organization and what his future plans are for the League. To learn more about Arnold and the League, visit: iowaflagfootball.com -- Love our podcast? Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review. For more information about GoDaddy's social impact work, visit GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good This podcast is powered by GoDaddy and made with the help of our producers at Hueman Group Media.
33:57
July 28, 2020
Introducing: Made Here
Entrepreneurship is a journey — and not everyone gets a fair shot. Made Here is a podcast about what it means to be an underserved entrepreneur in America and what it takes to turn a small business idea into reality. If you’re looking to hear from founders with Ivy League degrees and millions in venture funding, you’re in the wrong show. Join GoDaddy’s Head of Corporate Social Responsibility Stacy Cline as she chats with resilient and driven local entrepreneurs. Listen to how they defied expectations and challenged norms, in order to create businesses that enabled them to realize their potential, support their families and give back to their communities. A new episode drops every Tuesday. For more information and updates, check out GoDaddy.com/godaddy-for-good Follow us on: Facebook and Instagram @GoDaddy This podcast is produced by Hueman Group Media.
02:40
July 3, 2020