Podcasts: Taking Care of Business

Taking Care of Business

The Western Mass Business Show with host, Ira Bryck, from the UMass Family Business Center. Each week Ira will talk to a ‘captain of industry’ from our Valley, and will offer insight and advice to small business owners. Listen every Saturday morning at 11 on WHMP.

charlie july 19

Taking Care of Business 7.19.14

Ira talks with Charlie Epstein THE 401K Coach!

log cabin

Taking Care of Business 7.12.14

Ira talks with Peter Rosskothen from the Log Cabin and The Delaney House.

jack davey

Taking Care of Business 7.5.14

Ira talks with Jack Davey from Pleasant Journey Used Cars.

42 desgin fab

Taking Care of Business 6.28.14

Ira talks with Todd Harris from 42 Design Fab.

richard zaft

Taking Care of Business 6.21.14

Ira talks with Richard Zafft from Fly By Night Furniture.

june 14

Taking Care of Business 6.14.14

Ira talks with Amy Scott, the owner of Wild Apple Design Group.

june 1st annie diemand

Taking Care Of Business 6.7.14

Annie Diemand from Diemand Farms talks turkey with Ira.

may 25th and june 1

Taking Care of Business 5.31.14

Part II with Alan Robinson from the Isenberg School of Management at UMass

may 25th and june 1

Taking Care of Business 5.24.14

Ira speaks with Alan Robinson from the UMass Isenberg School of Management.

chris sykes may 10

Taking Care of Business 5.17.14

Ira talks with Chris Sikes, the CEO of Common Capital.

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