‘You can have the best equipment, quality services, solid financials, but if there is no human or cultural fit with the buyer, the transaction will most likely fail.’ In this post, Christine Pouliot talks about her experience working with business owners.
In this episode, Market Maker President Greg Skotnicki talks about Traction and its entrepreneurial operating system (EOS). Greg discusses how a set of simple concepts and practical tools help teams to stay aligned, focus on high impact activities and advance the business towards a shared vision.
In this episode CEO and Director Steve Kaminski discusses the art and science of balance sheet management. In particular, he underscores the importance of understanding and working with the people behind the numbers, learning to balance relationships as well as assets and liabilities.
In this episode, Brett Jeacle, Director of Revenue Operations for Manderley, begins the conversation by comparing agribusinesses to the movies. When it’s too quiet you know something is about to go wrong. During the interview, Brett digs into the importance of real time communication and discusses how Manderley has reorganized to improve two way communication within their organization.
Running a business is hard enough, let alone a seasonal business where a year’s revenue is made in a few intense months. As aptly said by Radius President Bobbi Faulkner, “running a seasonal business is not for the faint of heart.” But, from her experience, there are a few things one can do to manage it successfully.
“Running a seasonal business is not for the faint of heart,” says Radius President, Bobbi Faulkner, who is featured in the first episode. During the interview, she likens the cadence of running a seasonal business to taking a trip on an airplane. The episode wraps up with her tips and best practices. Radius specializes in creates and manages supply networks of seasonal live goods for large retailers.
One of the best parts of my job is travelling around the country, meeting ‘ag-repreneurs’. Not only do I get energized from meeting new people, it’s exciting to see the innovation, commitment and potential in Canada’s agriculture industry. The folks I’ve gotten to know are passionate about growing their businesses, and many have a million…