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Start to Sale
The brightest entrepreneurial minds discuss all that it takes – the grit, the money, the obstacles, the passion, and the humor – to build a company from launch to exit. Join in with hosts and renowned leaders, Erin Patinkin (CEO & Founder of Ovenly) and Natasha Case (CEO & Founder of Coolhaus) every Thursday for fascinating conversations about the journey to succeed in business. Produced by Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 132 ratings
Interesting concept
Definitely an innovative podcast. Inspiring stories. Just wish the participants wouldn’t yell over each other so often, mics have volume and it is especially hard to listen when the hosts are yelling over the guest speaker without adjusting the mic volume, or waiting to speak once a speaker has...Read full review »
Listen_learn_teach via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/29/21
I just binge watched season 1 and ate it all up. This podcast is so applicable to female entrepreneurs and every episode is so engaging. Looking forward to the next season.
hello help a via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/28/19
This is what is wrong in America.
I'm all for capitalism and creating value for people, business, and society; however, having a podcast that solely focuses on how to turn a profit on exiting your company sets a morally deficient example for entrepreneurs to follow. You'll no doubt have an audience of morally deficient...Read full review »
KTEBoyle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/23/18
Recent Episodes
Erin and Natasha talk to BlocPower founder Donnel Baird about what social entrepreneurship means and about his effort to reduce global warming and help at-risk communities through job building. Donnel tells the hosts about trying to create the "Google of green energy" and how BlocPower not only...
Published 11/08/18
Published 11/08/18
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