She is a gynecologist, specialist in menopause and one of the few licensed doctors in Cincinnati in sexual medicine - Dr. Somi Javaid has launched a new business model that allows doctors to escape the mega-practice rat wheel and to serve their patients with more personalized care that goes beyond the normal lady tune-ups. Derek Tye, creator of the How Did He Know app joins us to co-host. For giggles, click HERE to watch the full video.
Cincinnati food dynasties abound. Klosterman's is one of them. You see them in the bread aisle, you know they were the first to mass market the Half Loaf but do you know why the trucks were painted two different colors? Or how they became one of the biggest family-owned bakeries in the Midwest? Derek Tye co-hosts and has some exciting updates on How Did He Know app. Make a PBJ, grab your sweetie and tune in.
In the "olde" days all small businesses were brick and mortar and generally lined the main streets of every town and city in the USA. You could see how well an area was doing by seeing how many stores were opened and what kind of stores they were. Four pawn shops and a liquor drive-thru? Not so good. But two restaurants, a bike shop and a florist - that's a good sign. Derrick Braziel and Allen Woods of Mortar have taken an idea and a passion to help build communities through entrepreneurship. Derek Tye co-hosts this fun and inspiring interview. Tune in.
Someone once said "Knowledge Is Power" and Tom Moore from Formidable Asset Management knows a thing or two about that. With instant consumer feedback and lightning speed data collection, companies are creating huge profits by understanding how to use that data. Derek Tye (previous guest for the app How Did He Know?) has built one successful company and is launching another based on using and delivering data. He joins us as a new monthly co-host. These days fortunes are made with more than money. Tune in and find out how.
Do you have an idea for a new kind of product but have always thought you don't know how to make it happen? Think everything has already been invented? In this show we have an inspiring interview with a stay-at-home mom of three who has created a tool and a toy for toddlers and their caregivers with benefits all around. Aim High Games take the private and messy world of potty training to new heights and it's paying off.