Pete Floersch of PKF O’Connor Davies joins us to talk about how to avoid IRS fines and the scourge of the earth known as scalpers.
Jaclyn Withers of Wedgewood Pharmacy joins us to talk about her love of animals and how it got her a great career in animal science. And, while we’re on the subject of other species, we give our thoughts on other intelligent life in the universe and whether or not any of it has dropped by.
Cora Park of Diamond Business Communications joins us to discuss the war her company wages against cyber criminals, the PrintNightmare crisis, phishing scams, and how the first line of defense against all of them is… you. In addition, we revisit ABC’s Lost and contemplate the historical accuracies of Game of Thrones.
Catherine Milone joins us to discuss the many ways you can volunteer with Junior Achievement to enrich the lives of students across New Jersey. In addition, we discuss what it’s like crawling out of our caves and going back out into the world post-COVID.
Keith MacDonald of PrimePoint drops in to talk to us about how the company’s payroll management system can save you time and money, the new Mighty Ducks Disney Plus show, and our struggles with this year’s pollen count.
Gene Wolf, district director of SCORE NJ, drops in to talk to us about SCORE’s free mentor services and volunteer opportunities, along with our favorite birthday cakes.
Katie Wittkamp joins us to talk about some of the great things NJBIA does when it’s not producing the best business podcast on the Internet.
Jim Nesci, President and CEO of Blue Foundry Bank, joins us to discuss the bank’s recent expansion as well as what sets them apart from their competition.
Sally Glick of SobelCo joins us to talk about the firm and making new friends at networking events. Also, we share the lessons we’ve learned from Star Wars about constitutional monarchies and getting old.
Mitchell Beinhaker joins Kate and Vinnie to talk about business plans, his podcast the Accidental Entrepreneur, the limitations of human memory, and bean dip. In addition, Vinnie tells us what it’s like when you get hooked on your toddler’s TV shows.