Since its inception in 2006, the Atlanta BeltLine has become not only become one of the most exciting and interesting additions to the City of Atlanta landscape, but it’s helped boost the economy. Clyde Higgs talks with Richard about the business behind the BeltLine and what to expect in the future.
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Mark Galvin, our social media master, pays another visit to the studio and drops an array of business-related social media knowledge in the process. He and host Richard Lenz address a variety of timely topics in the social media spectrum. Mark serves as CEO and founder of ePresence, which manages personal branding for professionals via social […]
Atlantic Station, the 138-acre, multi-use development in Midtown Atlanta, continues to be one of the city’s most high-profile areas for living, working, and playing. Responsible for Atlantic Station’s retail leasing, Nick Garzia has his hand in the property’s huge transformation. In fact, he says Atlantic Station will change more in the next 18 months than […]
Ram Chellappa wears many hats, from being an economist to an expert on business analytics and much more. In fact, his academic research provided the first scholarly definition of the term “cloud computing.” Ram visits the studio to talk about the intersection of business and technology. Think big data, data ownership, digitization in the marketplace, […]
What are the latest issues involving business and social media? Our resident social media guru Mark Galvin joins host Richard Lenz to talk about those relevant topics, including the recent Facebook profile purge, how to properly build social media likes for your business, and more. Mark serves as CEO and founder of ePresence, which manages […]
This week’s show takes a rare look at the iconic radio station WSB and the business behind it. WSB dates all the way back to 1922, making it the oldest radio station in the Southeast. So how does WSB continue to thrive financially, especially in the contemporary era? It’s the number one News/Talk station in […]
“Start Me Up” by the Rolling Stones is the “Lenz on Business” theme song, and it has special significance on the January 27 show. Brian Goebel, director of the Start:ME Accelerator Program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, joins host Richard Lenz to talk about this 14-week business training program for promising local small businesses. […]
This week Richard welcomes Robert Betzel, who took a shot at becoming an entrepreneur at the ripe age of 22. Eighteen years later he’s still serving as CEO of Infinity Network Solutions. This managed IT firm focuses on taking a holistic approach to being the IT Department for small- and medium-size businesses throughout Georgia. In […]
At his heart, host Richard Lenz is an entrepreneur. To celebrate entrepreneurship, he invites a pair of entrepreneurial educators on the program: Amelia Schaffner and Charles Goetz of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. For the second half of the show, Louise Wasilewski, a Goizueta graduate, joins the conversation, sharing her experience studying entrepreneurship at Emory. […]
About a decade ago, this week’s guest and a partner started a home improvements business from the ground floor up, pun intended. Steve Woods and Jim Marino began Pinnacle Home Improvements by going door-to-door selling roofs and gutter systems. Today Pinnacle not only operates out of Atlanta, but also has branches in Knoxville and Nashville, […]
Our resident social media expert drops in to talk with guest host Jon Waterhouse about Facebook’s recent F8 Conference, social media algorithms, how to use native video to impact your business, and much more.
Atlanta is one of the top culinary destinations in the country and produces a soundtrack like no other. This week’s guest, Mike Reeves, has had his hands in both food and music in Atlanta. He not only co-founded Mellow Mushroom pizza restaurants and Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, but he was co-founder of some of Atlanta’s most […]
It’s easy to simply describe accounting as a numbers game, but it’s much more than that. In fact, it’s a multifaceted discipline and one that this week’s guest researches for a living. How does accounting play a role in business forecasting and performance reviews? Award-winning researcher Karen Sedatole answers these and other questions.
The University of Georgia has one of the most respected athletics programs in the nation. Leading that charge is Greg McGarity, Director of Athletics at UGA. McGarity stops by “Lenz on Business” to talk about the 2018 G-Day game, the school’s 21-sport athletics program, Sanford Stadium’s renovations, and more.
Health insurance continues to be a hot topic these days, and this week “Lenz on Business” takes a look at the business side of the health insurance landscape. Host Richard Lenz talks with someone who’s in the trenches on a daily basis: Mike Mewbourne, Vice President of Employee Benefits and principal at Pritchard & Jerden, […]
What’s the business behind a music festival with heart? Host Richard Lenz finds out as he chats with the folks behind the Amplify Decatur Music Festival, an annual event that raises money to fight poverty and homelessness. Guests include Amplify My Community founder Mike Killeen, festival director Christine Mahin, and an in-the-studio performance by acoustic […]
Mark Galvin, our social media master, pays another visit to the studio and drops an array of business-related social media knowledge in the process. He and host Richard Lenz address a variety of timely topics in the social media spectrum. Mark serves as CEO and founder of ePresence, which manages personal branding for professionals via […]
On the next episode of “Lenz on Business,” guest host Jon Waterhouse takes a look behind the curtain at the business of theatre. More specifically, he explores the acclaimed Aurora Theatre based out of downtown Lawrenceville, Ga. Among other things, Aurora brings Broadway-quality productions, including its latest “Mama Mia!,” to the suburbs. Aurora’s co-founders and […]
To say this episode rocks would be an understatement. And it does so, literally. Chuck Leavell, keyboardist for The Rolling Stones, and Joel Babbit, Atlanta’s marketing guru, stop by the studio. Leavell and Babbit are the co-founders of MotherNatureNetwork.com (MNN.com), the most-visited environmental Website on the planet with approximately 7 to 8 million unique visits […]
The Atlanta business community continues to grow and thrive, and the folks at the Metro Atlanta Chamber help make that happen. This week host Richard Lenz welcomes Grant Wainscott, Senior Director of Technology Ecosystem Expansion for the Metro Atlanta Chamber. Wainscott works to retain, expand and attract technology jobs and investment to the metro Atlanta […]