WisBusiness audio & video podcasts
WisBusiness: The Show
- WisBusiness: the Show with Spotz CEO James Jackson
MADISON, Wis. – In the latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show,” James Jackson of Madison-based Spotz talks about this “space-as-a-service” software company and how it is helping customers. The Show also recaps or previews the following events: Sept. 27, TCIN luncheon, Sheraton Hotel, Madison “How data is redefining health care: Hear from Epic team. Walk-ins are welcome. Sept.
- WisBusiness: the Show with David Arnstein of Venture Investors
MADISON, Wis. – In the latest episode of “WisBusiness.com: The Show,” David Arnstein, chief financial officer of Venture Investors LLC, talks about the firm’s history, typical industry-wide return on investment, what is meant by “carried interest,” and some Wisconsin success stories in technology. The Show also recaps or previews the following events: Sept. 8 Tech Council Innovation
- Talking Trade with Damian Felton of the Cohen Group
In the latest episode of “Talking Trade,” Cohen Group Associate Vice President Damian Felton explains the implications of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act on international commerce. The act aims to bolster U.S. prohibitions on importation of goods from the Xinjiang region of China, according to co-host Sandi Siegel of M.E. Dey & Co. Felton
- Talking Trade with Briggs & Stratton’s Jennifer Jin on the impact of trade sanctions
Talking Trade host Sandi Siegel and MMAC World Trade Association Executive Director Katie Henry welcome Jennifer Jin from Briggs & Stratton, who details the impact of trade sanctions on the manufacturing supply chain. Sponsored by Michael Best Strategies and MMAC World Trade Association.
WisBusiness: The Podcast
- WisBusiness: the Podcast with Wendy Pease of Rapport International
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” is with Wendy Pease, owner and president of Rapport International, a Nebraska company providing translation and interpretation services for businesses. Pease discusses the importance of exporting to foreign markets for companies in Wisconsin, noting businesses that export products and services have higher revenues, profits and salary levels. Plus,
- WisBusiness: the Podcast with Laura Dresser of COWS
This week’s episode of “WisBusiness: the Podcast” is with Laura Dresser, associate director of UW-Madison’s COWS policy research center. She discusses findings from the latest State of Working Wisconsin report, which includes data on employment, wages and labor organizing in the state. “Workers see that this is a moment where they have some power, they