July 26, 2021 – Buying Online Bizs Michael Frew and Compassion Culture Keesa Schreane and Chad Peterson Plays the Quick 10

July 26, 2021 – Buying Online Bizs Michael Frew and Compassion Culture Keesa Schreane and Chad Peterson Plays the Quick 10


  
 
Michael Frew – Owner/Operator of Tyler Crown

It is a bad time to buy online businesses because there are
people out there trying to out bid you in cash. It is very much
like the real estate market right now. 

Michael Frew

Michael is the Owner/Operator of Tyler Crown, a corporation that manages, founds, and acquires cloud-based software products and services. Michael has two decades of experience as a software developer and project manager. Currently, Michael oversees a seven-figure portfolio of software businesses. His experience as an entrepreneur and investor would make him a great fit for your podcast. Michael is well equipped to dive into a conversation about entrepreneurship, career transitions, and/or combating ageism in the workplace. Michael is particularly interested in speaking to how millennials and others can, “buy their jobs,” as they begin to age out of the marketplace.

  
 
Keesa C. Schreane – Author of Corporations Compassion Culture: Leading Your Business toward Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Consumers are more and more focused on how the company
that they buy from are engaging with people and how they are
engaging with the environment.  

Keesa C. Schreane

Keesa C. Schreane is Global Partner Director at London Stock Exchange Group focusing on risk, climate, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data and analytics. She is also host and producer of Refinitiv Sustainability Perspectives Podcast, where she speaks with C-Suite and senior leaders about their agendas around sustainable finance and social impact. Her efforts and dedication have provided her with valuable insights from corporate leaders, academics, and not-for profit executives about social impact initiatives, human capital, and ESG practices.