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a063 - Carlos Emilio Juegate Labs - Changing the Way we Define The Work Place

a063 - Carlos Emilio Juegate Labs - Changing the Way we Define The Work Place

Most people every day don't drive a school bus for a living but they go to this thing called work. Over time the workspace has not seen many changes or evolutions. However, over the past few years, companies have pivoted to providing much more conducive workspaces for their employees. Removing cubicles, providing healthier food and snacks, nap pods and even placing beer kegs in the offices on Fridays. To some, this is a major push and for others, it seems like it just a way for employers to draw more work from their employees rather than care about their overall happiness. 

Listen here: http://bit.ly/JuegateLabs63

Episode 062 - Humberto Salinas and Annika Schüttler - Accelerating Sustainable Businesses in Latin America

Episode 062 - Humberto Salinas and Annika Schüttler - Accelerating Sustainable Businesses in Latin America

Everyone we talk to back home has a similar interpretation of South America and that is poverty and cocaine.

Today's guest should and will blow all of your ideas and interpretations of South America.

Listen here: http://bit.ly/EmprendoVerde62

Episode 052 - Juan Carlos and Diego Mendez - Musical Influencers of Ecuador

Episode 052 - Juan Carlos and Diego Mendez - Musical Influencers of Ecuador

Although music is known for breaking barriers and merging communities the cost to learn and own musical equipment still prohibits many from recognizing their full musical potential. Quito is one prime example of this with the Statue of The Virgin Mary historically dividing north and south, rich and poor. 

Listen here: http://bit.ly/MUSIcan88

Episode 046 - Santiago Aparicio - Failure is Merely a State of Mind

Episode 046 - Santiago Aparicio - Failure is Merely a State of Mind

Since 2012, Latin American start-up culture has appeared from the shadows and is booming. Historically a risk-averse culture that tends to condemn failure, we must ask, why the sudden success? Enter Santiago Aparicio, a 28-year-old Colombian serial entrepreneur who naturally understands how to navigate behind-the-scenes at the highest levels. 

Listen here: http://apple.co/FitPalCO

Episode 034 - Teague Egan - Investing in Kindness

Episode 034 - Teague Egan - Investing in Kindness

Teague Egan@teagueegan is an entrepreneurial octopus, because he has his hands in 8 different places. He is CEO of 1st round Enterprises which has branches in athleticsmusic, and entertainment. At age 21, his label 1st Round Records released Sammy Adams debut album Boston’s Boy, which reached #1 on the iTunes hip-hop charts. At age 22 Teague became the youngest ever NFL Agent at 22 (his subsequent loss of license is a crazy story you won't want to miss). 

Listen here: http://apple.co/2tMFgQv

Episode 008 - Zach Hunter - Vision & Ingenuity

Episode 008 - Zach Hunter - Vision & Ingenuity

Ingenuity and vision. Two staples of becoming a successful entrepreneur (and bus driver). Our most recent guest has them both. Let us introduce - Zach Hunter. A visionary and a creator, Zach went from developing shirt companies in high school to launching phone apps in college. His app has reached higher than 15th for food and dining in the Itunes App Store and can be found on 250 campuses nationwide. 


Listen here: http://apple.co/2gOjwjJ

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