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David Greene of law firm Greene & Phillips: It's about accountability

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Release Date: 01/27/2020

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Peter Ricchiuti - Economist - Tulane A.B. Freeman School of Business - Economic outlook

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Colleen Francis - New approaches to sales as a result of Covid. 

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Brent Barkin, President Shoe Station - Catching Up Again During Covid show art Brent Barkin, President Shoe Station - Catching Up Again During Covid

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Our first chat with Brent Barkin was good enough that we needed more time with him AND we wanted to hear how he was responding to Covid amongst his 20ish stores across the southeast. We learn Brent gives each store a lot of autonomy on when to reopen and how to manage traffic flows on the floor. We also get his predictions on what the shakeout in the market place might be.

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Dr Susan Hassig, Ph.D. - Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine - Fact and Fiction of Covid-19.

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Brian Hamilton - Brian Hamilton Foundation - The entrepreneur's mindset in times of Covid.

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Josh Davison knows the oil business. While Davison Fuels focuses on the last part of oil production - getting it to the consumer - the whole process influences his work and his product. Josh explains why oil prices are so low and why oil companies were paying people to take it from them for a short time ("it was like a Coke fizzing over the side of the glass - it had nowhere to go"). He gives explanations for gasoline prices rising fast and falling slow, and what he sees when he walks into a gas station. 

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Buff Teague - Managing Director of JLL for Gulf Coast - Potential for huge surpluses of office and retail space soon due to work from home catching on and retail going out of business?

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Troy Hazard - Author & Host - Moving business forward in the time of crisis.

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John Calagaz took his hobby to the next level when he started applying his technology expertise to the wide world of fishing. He's organized it though apps, patents, and soon, a piece of hardware for your boat. They've created a way to compete in fishing tournaments remotely, using photos and codes to weigh in. They're sharing their data with fisheries who are using it to manage fish stocks. It's phenomenal. Prepare to be amazed.

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Laura Stack - The Productivity Pro - Repurposing old products for new audiences. Getting busy now.

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David Greene went from owning a landscaping company out of college to deciding to go to law school and starting a law firm. Today they have six attorneys and employ sixty support staff and have opened an office in Atlanta. He's prolific advertiser in our area and the motivation for it? Many people, he says, don't know a lawyer and he wants to be theirs. Yet for all the advertising, most of his business is referral and repeat. It's a great growth and success story.