That Business Show 2.0 is a daily online videocast and podcast that speaks with entrepreneurs and business professionals about business building tips and aims to give the listeners tools, tips and resources to grow their own business. Find it online each morning at www.thatbusinessnetwork.com from 9am to 10am M-F EST.
At the 8AM hour, Jamie Meloni welcomed Michelle Royal and Stephanie Costolo. Michelle Royal is the CEO and founding visualizer of RIDG (Royal Innovation Design Group). She is an innovation consultant, who is an expert facilitator, with 20 years of practical experience working with communities, organizations, teams and individuals to facilitate clarity for positive growth. She is an instructor of Creativity for Innovation and Entrepreneurship within the School of Business at the University of South Florida Saint Petersburg and a board member of the weVenture Center in Orlando, FL. In 2016, Michelle was named a finalist for the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s “Business Woman of the Year” Award. Her discussion point? “We are ALL innovators!” Learn more about Michelle at: www.ridg.com! Stephanie is the Editor-In-Chief for Resident Magazine, focused on the Wesley Chapel and New Tampa markets. Driven and passionate, Stephanie’s strengths lie in marrying day-to-day strategies with the bigger picture. As a lover of both business and psychology, she weaves those worlds together naturally. She is an Air Force veteran, has a BS in Behavioral Science and in December will earn a Masters Degree in Entrepreneurship in Applied Technologies from USF. Learn more about her and Resident Magazine at: www.residentmagazine.net!
Remember, you can catch the show every weekday at 7AM through 9AM, live on #1250WHNZ and http://www.tampabayradio.com! And to get booked for your interview, head over to: www.tbsinterview.com!
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