Category: Podcasts

Expensify launches a podcast

The folks at Expensify have a new pandemic side project, a podcast. Initial guests include Eric Ries of lean startup fame CJ McCollum of the Portland Trail Blazers.

Talking business and investment with Stephen Green

“It’s simple… but it’s not easy.” That’s how Portland’s Stephen Green describes running a business. So how do you make it easier? Stephen shares some tips for running and investing in any business — with a particular focus on Black businesses — as a guest on the Let’s Talk Marketing podcast with Nathan Webster.

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PDXWIT reboots their podcast, Humanizing Tech

Looking for some podcast content? Well, you’re in luck. I’m happy to report that the PDXWIT podcast, Humanizing Tech, is back after a hiatus.

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Zebras Unite chats with Portland’s Jelani Memory, founder and CEO of A Kids Book About

If you’re looking for a new podcast or simply want to get some insights from a two-time Portland founder, you might want to check out the Zebracast from Zebras Unite. In this episode, they chat with Jelani Memory, founder and CEO of Portland startup A Kids Book About.

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Take Nothing When I Die podcast: Stephanie Ghoston Paul talks with Portland startup founder and mentor Paige Hendrix Buckner

If you don’t recognize the names in that headline, you should. Stephanie Ghoston Paul is a former Portland resident now living in Atlanta who worked closely with the Portland startup community. And Paige Hendrix Buckner is a current Portland resident who has been a serial founder and mentor here in town. And so when these two amazing women for whom I have the utmost respect got the chance to chat on Stephanie’s podcast, Take Nothing When I Die, it was a must listen for me. And I thought you might want to listen, as well.

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Playing good cop and bad cop on the Float Small Business podcast

As a Libra, I often argue both sides of an issue. Generally in my head. By myself. This time, part of that internal good cop, bad cop routine was captured for posterity, externally. All thanks to the Float Small Business podcast with host Amina Moreau.

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Word of mouth: Talking startups, marketing, Portland, and more with Saul Colt

If you haven’t had the chance to meet Saul Colt — or at least experienced his work — he’s an incredibly creative and engaging personality. And while he may not live here, he’s very much a Portland person at heart. So I’ll never pass up a chance to talk to him. And as luck would have it, I got two chances recently. Both of which were recorded.

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And then suddenly Portland had an entirely new podcast network

You’ve probably noticed it. People being cooped up. Needing a creative outlet. Other folks needing to feel connected. And that means a lot more people are taking the time to create content beyond the random tweet or update here and there. So it only stands to reason that this period in time would result in new media companies. Meet CoBa.fm.

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Chatting with Latino Founder Hour podcast about Portland, startups, and, of course, founders

Any opportunity to join the Sylvia Salazar and Edgar Navas on the Latino Founder Hour podcast is an honor. But a few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to do something even more special: join them for their 100th episode.

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Doing more with data: Marshall Kirkpatrick chats with Dylan Boyd

It’s always nice to see Portland folks creating content together. But it’s even better when that content is presented on a larger platform. That’s why I was really happy to hear that Dylan Boyd of R/GA Ventures was going to chat with Marshall Kirkpatrick as part of The Sprinklr Coffee Club.

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