Texas has a new hot commodity and it’s not cattle or oil. The startup culture in Texas has been awakened and we take a look at what’s fueling more Texans to start their own businesses. Host Cynthia Nevels chats with Bradly Joyce, Founder of LauchDFW.com who will answer questions as to why Dallas/Fort Worth is a hot bed for startups. Join us Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at 11:30am CT for another informative episode. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @DisruptiveView.
Medical doctors attend school to learn how to heal and prevent disease. Managing a medical practice and all the administrative challenges can be overwhelming for those without experience owning a business or practice. Universities and colleges are designing programs to help change that. Host, Cynthia Nevels, talks to TCU’s Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research, William Cron, to learn more about the program that’s helping doctors become successful entrepreneurs. Cynthia will also talk to Dr. Keith Argenbright, the Director of the Moncrief Cancer Institute. Join us Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 11:30am CT for another informative episode. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @DisruptiveView.
A culinary artist since the age of 12, Chef Cassondra has continued the legacy of her family’s catering business, forging her own reputation as an innovative chef and community leader. She is best known for her healthier twist on traditional Southern cuisine, maximizing the flavor in her dishes while minimizing harmful ingredients. In addition to her full-time business ventures, Cassondra’s pursuits include writing cook books, developing her own cooking show, and creating a grocery store product line called Good2go™ . Host, Cynthia Nevels, talks to Chef Cassondra, about the healthy version of Southern cooking and turning dreams into profit. Join us Tuesday, November 18, 2014 at 11:30am CT for another informative episode. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @DisruptiveView.
Creating an environment that recognizes and rewards innovative thinking and diversity is important. Women tend to work behind the scenes versus take on leadership roles for many reasons and some organizations are finding this behavior stifles innovation in the work place. Developing leadership skills in women is trending upward and host,Cynthia Nevels, talks to President & CEO of APEX Leadership Coaching, Sandi Mitchell to explore this topic. Join us Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11:30am CT for another informative episode. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @DisruptiveView.