Generation Z is entering the workforce. How do they consume media? How do you market to them? And how many of them watched the Emmys? Find out in our talk with Mark Beal, author of “Decoding Gen Z” and “Career in Transition”.
Category Archives: Episodes
Jennifer Eckhoff of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce joins us to talk about some cool things going on at EMACC and how NJBIA members can get a discounted rate.
Cassey Del Monico of Senior Spirit Medical Day Center joins us to talk about all the awesome work she does with the seniors in her care and reminds us to press pause and appreciate our lives.
Zain Ali of Focus Softnet follows us down the rabbit hole on magic carpets and glamping while explaining how small businesses can take advantage of artificial intelligence.
Mark Hurwitz joins us to talk about how print can be a considerably more effective use of your marketing dollars than digital and how the latest innovations can save you money… at a price.
Kate and Vinnie push the product placement envelope in this episode with Paul Onish of The Envelope Printer Company, talking about holidays, their stylish new mugs and sharing stories about what they do to tailgaters, which will change the way you drive forever.
WE’RE BACK after a month off to talk with personal stylist & shopper Pam Etzin about fashion, Marie Kondo-ing and what we wanted to be when we grew up.
What’s the funniest movie you’ve ever seen? NJBIA’s Bob Considine joins us to discuss that along with the awesome work our communications team does, Seinfeld, and that time he was on MTV.
Why are people so afraid of clowns? How do you survive a shark attack? And is the world ready for a third Bill & Ted movie? Rosanne DeTorres of DeTorres and DeGeorge Family Law joins us to talk about those and her life as a divorce and family lawyer on our latest episode of Other People’s Business.
What’s the earliest in the morning one of your friends could call just to say hi? Pete Dontas of Wells Fargo joins us to talk about that, the future of banking and the increasing tolerability of the Spice Girls on our latest episode of Other People’s Business.