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#15 How Marketing at Audigy Works Series - The Copy Team

The Audigy Podcast

Release Date: 04/02/2019

#60 How to Manage Your Time with Danielle Frank show art #60 How to Manage Your Time with Danielle Frank

The Audigy Podcast

On today's episode of The Audigy Podcast, Julie welcomes Danielle Frank, an Operations Manager at Audigy, to talk about time management for business owners and audiologists.

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#59 Long Term Planning with KC Grzelka show art #59 Long Term Planning with KC Grzelka

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On today's episode of The Audigy Podcast, Julie welcomes KC Grzelka, Audigy Sr. Finance Manager on the Enterprise Team to the show. KC shares with us some of the ways his team supports members with long term strategic planning.

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#58 Philosophical and Logistical Considerations for Students, Faculty, and Members Surrounding Employment with Bettie Borton, Au.D. show art #58 Philosophical and Logistical Considerations for Students, Faculty, and Members Surrounding Employment with Bettie Borton, Au.D.

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On today's episode of the podcast, Bettie Borton, Au.D. rejoins the show and walks us through tactics and strategies for finding employment in the audiology field. 

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#57 Mission and Vision with Micah Bobiak show art #57 Mission and Vision with Micah Bobiak

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On this episode of the podcast, Julie Stillwell Culp welcomes Micah Bobiak to the studio. Micah is an Operations Manager at Audigy. As someone with a hearing loss, Micah was drawn to the mission and vision that Audigy represented in helping small business owners like Micah's small town audiologist, to reach their personal, professional and financial goals through their business. Micah and Julie then talk about mission and vision statements for your business.

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#56 The Evolution of Service Delivery Models in Acquiring Amplification Technology with Amyn Amlani, Ph.D.  show art #56 The Evolution of Service Delivery Models in Acquiring Amplification Technology with Amyn Amlani, Ph.D.

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On today's episode of The Audigy Podcast, Julie Stillwell Culp welcomes Amyn Amlani, Ph.D. back to the studio. Our topic this week covers the evolution of service delivery models. Amyn and Julie discuss how the industry is moving from a medical model to more of a consumer one. What opportunities may exist for private practice audiology in this new model? Listen to find out!

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#55 Third Party Administrators with Deb Abel, Au.D. show art #55 Third Party Administrators with Deb Abel, Au.D.

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On today's episode of The Audigy Podcast, Julie welcomes Deb Abel back to the show to talk about Third Party Administrators, and how small practices should be thinking about and how they can work with them.

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#54 Is Starting a Practice Right For You with Bettie Borton, Au.D. show art #54 Is Starting a Practice Right For You with Bettie Borton, Au.D.

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This week, Julie Stillwell Culp welcomes Bettie Borton, Au.D. back to the studio. Bettie is the Director of University and Student Outreach for Audigy, and today’s discussion centers around starting a practice. Bettie shares some of her thoughts the different ways you can start a practice, with the pros and cons of each, and helps answer the question “Is starting a practice right for you?”

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#53 Creating a Cultural Plan with Julie Stillwell Culp show art #53 Creating a Cultural Plan with Julie Stillwell Culp

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On today's show, Will and Julie talk about the importance of creating a cultural plan for your practice. There are lots of tips, tricks, and useful information in this conversation for providing a spark in your workplace culture! Try a few of these suggestions and let us know what happens!

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#52 Leadership Insights with Jeremy Roulin show art #52 Leadership Insights with Jeremy Roulin

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This week on the show, Julie Stillwell-Culp sits down with Jeremy Roulin, a regional SBU Director here at Audigy, who shares his journey through company as well as some unique leadership insights he has picked up along the way.

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#51 Meaningful Practice Management Content within the Au.D. Program Curriculum with Bettie Borton, Au.D. show art #51 Meaningful Practice Management Content within the Au.D. Program Curriculum with Bettie Borton, Au.D.

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Today, Julie Stillwell-Culp welcomes Bettie Borton, Au.D. back to the podcast!

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On today’s episode, Julie Culp, a Director in the Strategic Business Unit sits down with Morgan Stone. Morgan is a veteran of Audigy’s marketing team and serves as our Senior Copy Manager.

Morgan and the copy team serve an important behind the scenes roll at Audigy, with touch points into virtually every aspect of how marketing happens —both for Audigy members as well as our own internal marketing.