Burns, who hosts WSB’s “The Dynamic Money Show,” visits “Lenz on Business” and chats with Richard about his unexpected foray into financial planning, his company’s fee-based approach, how he entered the world of radio. Special Day and Time: 2 p.m. December 16, 2018
“Lenz on Business” kicks off its second season with a sweet treat for the holidays. Guest host Jon Waterhouse gets a visit from Steven Carse, co-founder and CEO of King of Pops, the popular local popsicle company that’s become an Atlanta icon in less than a decade. Carse talks about his unique start up, progressive corporate culture, diversification, and a whole lot more.
With football season rearing its helmet in the not-too-distant future, we welcome Mike Lewis, a sports marketing and analytics expert. This marketing professor from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School sits down with guest host Jon Waterhouse and talks about an array of issues affecting the business of sports. This includes the financial implications of controversial team names, Philips Arena’s renovations, and more.
Under Dean James’ leadership, Goizueta remains one of the top business schools in the nation. The award-winning educator and researcher discusses her white paper on sexual harassment, workplace diversity, crisis leadership, and other topics with host Richard Lenz.
Our resident social media guru talks with guest host Jon Waterhouse about Facebook’s stock market plunge, Instagram TV, LinkedIn’s new features, and other timely topics in the social media realm.
Greg’s job is to get the word out about Dragon Con, the ultra successful pop culture convention that takes over downtown Atlanta for four days each Labor Day Weekend. Approximately 85,000 guests are expected to attend the 2018 installment. Not only does the convention do bang-up business, it brings bang-up business to Atlanta. Greg talks with guest host Jon Waterhouse about Dragon Con’s economic impact on the city and much more.
Stacey Abrams will be making history this November as the first black female major party gubernatorial nominee in the United States. Abrams, who served as the house minority leader for the Georgia General Assembly and state representative for the 89th House District, also is a lawyer, author, and entrepreneur. She joins Richard at the WSB studios to talk about her business-related policies, her own entrepreneurial experiences, and more.
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.
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 media. #tunein
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 it has in the past decade. On this week’s show, Nick joins Richard to discuss Atlantic Station’s growth and expansion, the future of retail in America, and more.