The Founder’s Pit Crew is an audio series featuring the expert speakers from ASL Emerging Business Group’s Best Practice Seminar Series for start-up and growth companies. The Founder’s Pit Crew delivers practical tips for entrepreneurs in short easy to consume audio clips. Make a pit stop, and let our pit crew help you give your emerging business the best chance of success.
Dana Brody-Brown & Kathryn G. Spelman, Attorneys from Hoge Fenton, spoke at the ASL Emerging Business Group’s best practices seminar on, “Intellectual Property (IP) Essentials for Emerging Businesses.” In this podcast, Dana and Kathryn shared how important it is to plan ahead and address IP early. Consider addressing IP early, “even if you cannot execute on the plan immediately so that you can identify any risk areas and identify priorities for obtaining protection.”
In this podcast, Mark shared the difference between being a diligent and typical learner. He emphasized that it is a choice to be a diligent learner. Take a few minutes to listen to our podcast and learn three tips on how to be a diligent learner.
Amie Gray, CEO of N³ Innovation, spoke at the ASL Emerging Business Group’s best practices seminar on, “Using Innovation to Grow Your Emerging Business.” In this podcast, Amie shared that innovation sustains your business and to do research to plan for what your market will look like in three to five years out. Take a listen to hear more about what Amie shares in this mini podcast.
Shannon Fraser, from US Commercial Service – Silicon Valley and Jeff Deiss from the US Small Business Administration (SBA)-Office of International Trade, spoke at the ASL Emerging Business Group’s best practices seminar on, “The World Is Open For Your Business.” In this podcast, Shannon and Jeff shared some strategies on why and how to do business overseas.