08 Oct October 9, 2014 – KnowYourNumbers w Dawn Fotopulos & Sleep Better w Randy Bast & Kidney Health
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Dawn Fotopulos – Founder of BestSmallBizHelp and Author of Accounting for the Numberphobic: A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners
Dawn Fotopulos is a professional speaker for DF Consulting where she shares her passion for solopreneur success, and she has launched a new series called #KnowYourNumbers. So many entrepreneurs focus on sales without knowing their margins, or even if they are really making money. Dawn has a proven track record of turning around hundreds of businesses across the U.S. and Eastern Europe, and has been a Kauffman Fast Track Facilitator, NYT/American Express SMB Panel Moderator, and Guest Expert on MSNBC. We love her philosophy and completely support her cause. Make sure you know your numbers!
Randy Bast – CEO at Mind Rocket and Sleep Shepherd
Randy Bast is the CEO of both Mind Rocket and Tissue Fusion, each benefiting from his more than 25 years of experience bringing innovative solutions to market and providing leadership to high growth companies. Mind Rocket is focused on creating innovative products and technologies, and counts among its clients, Microsoft, Boston Scientific and Spectranetics, among others. Tissue Fusion is working to bring laser-based medical devices to the forefront of the healthcare industry. Randy is also an active member of Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) and functions as a mentor and advisor to numerous entrepreneurs. He is with us today to talk about the new Kickstarter campaign for Sleep Shepherd, an amazing product that helps you sleep better. Sounds great to us.
Gary Renville – Division President at National Kidney Foundation
Gary Renville is a Division President at the National Kidney Foundation, bringing over 20 years of experience in education and non-profit leadership positions. He attended Oregon State University and Columbia University Teachers College, and throughout his career has helped to raise millions of dollars and access resources managed by nonprofit partners. His work is now dedicated to the one in three Americans at risk for kidney disease. Please donate your cash, vehicle, or even boat to the cause, a great one supported by the show!