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Local Entrepreneur Spotlights

Your community is filled with entrepreneurs out there making their dreams come true, just like you. Check out what they're doing and get inspired for the journey through these entrepreneur spotlights.

Meet Greg Boehm, General Manager of Team Industries

Meet Greg Boehm, General Manager of Team Industries

Greg Boehm, General Manager of Team Industries in Andrews, North Carolina discusses the importance of entrepreneurship and having an entrepreneurial mindset.

Meet Leisa Jensen, Co-owner of Hayesville Brewing Company

Meet Leisa Jensen, Co-owner of Hayesville Brewing Company

Leisa Jensen, co-owner of Hayesville Brewing Company talks about starting and growing a brewery in Hayesville North Carolina.

Meet Keisha Dockery, Founder of Black and White Market

Meet Keisha Dockery, Founder of Black and White Market

Keisha Dockery, founder of Black and White Market shares her experience of owning a business in beautiful downtown Murphy, North Carolina.

Meet Aaron Wehr, Co-founder of Wehrloom Honey

Meet Aaron Wehr, Co-founder of Wehrloom Honey

Aaron Wehr of Wehrloom Honey talks about his experience starting and growing his business in Graham County, North Carolina.

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Learn From Experienced Entrepreneurs

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Clips

Quick insights & advice from entrepreneurs on planning, starting, and growing businesses.

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Experienced entrepreneurs offer their most valuable lessons-learned on a variety of essential topics.

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Journeys

Entrepreneurs share stories about starting & growing their ventures, being an entrepreneur, & more.

How The Right Resources Can Take Your Small Business Nationwide

Tammy and Stewart Cook, founders of The App Garden, discuss their entrepreneurship journey, starting and growing their business in Hickory, North Carolina. They talk about the challenges of scaling a nationwide business and the support that they've had along the way to do just that.

Why Support Programs Are Essential For Small Business Success

Meg Ragland, founder and CEO of Plum Print discusses moving her business from NYC to Asheville, NC. Not only did Meg choose to take advantage of several entrepreneur support programs in the region, but she has also become an active leader in the ecosystem, as a board member, mentor, and ecosystem advocate.

Doers And Dreamers: Why You Need Both In Your Business

Leah Wong Ashburn, President/CEO and family owner of Highland Brewing Company, Asheville's first post-prohibition brewery, discusses the thought needed for succession planning, her advice to entrepreneurs, and what it's like to start and grow a business in Asheville, North Carolina.

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Entrepreneur Advice On Getting And Keeping Customers

Hear from experienced entrepreneurs on how to get and keep customers for your small business. They cover everything from being as transparent and honest as possible with them to not being afraid to pick up the phone and give them a call.

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Entrepreneur Advice On Developing Your Strategy

Hear from experienced entrepreneurs on how to develop the strategy for your small business. Do you have a good way to sell your product or service? Do you have a sales plan? Are you aware of what your competitors are doing? Are you able to think quickly on your feet? These are the questions you…

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Entrepreneur Advice For Growing Your Small Business

Listen to these entrepreneurs talk about the challenges, setbacks, and successes they experienced while growing their businesses. From finding funding to pitching your small business to investors, to knowing when it’s time to hire more team members, they give their advice as business owners with thriving companies.

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