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Each week, host Richard J. Lenz—founder, president, and CEO of Lenz Marketing—speaks with Atlanta’s business leaders to explore their inspiring stories, lessons learned, and tips for growth and success. From big business execs to indie entrepreneurs, these guests not only share their practical secrets, but also unveil the personalities behind the careers.

“Business touches all our lives and deserves to be explored,” said Richard J. Lenz. “Lenz on Business taps into the excitement and dynamics of business; the colorful characters who drive these companies, their entrepreneurial adventures, and the innovative ways they thrive and survive in today’s world.”

Upcoming Lenz on Business Show

Meisa Salaita and Jordan Rose

Meisa Salaita and Jordan Rose, co-founders and co-executive directors of Atlanta Science Festival

This week, producer Jon Waterhouse takes a deep dive into the Atlanta Science Festival, a two-week celebration of science and technology, with Jordan Rose and Meisa Salaita. Now in its seventh year, the Atlanta Science Festival, presented by Delta Air Lines, takes place March 6-21. The Festival includes more than 100 events happening across Metro Atlanta. The programming spotlights science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. And there’s something for all ages. The grand finale, known as the Exploration Expo, drops March 21 in Piedmont Park with more than 100 hands-on interactive science booths and live entertainment. Rose and Salaita talk about what it takes to create a thriving Festival, how to run a non-profit, the businesses behind the Festival, and more.

Tune into Lenz on Business every Saturday at 6:00 pm on 955.5 WSB.

Recent Lenz on Business Shows

Brian Goebel, Director of the Start:ME Accelerator Program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School + Lanard Atkins, Owner and Founder of Timeless EYEdentity

“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. And we hear from Start:ME graduate Lanard Atkins, owner and founder of Timeless EYEdentity, a full-service mobile eyeglass and contact lens company that works with the film and TV industry.

Mark Galvin, CEO and founder of ePresence

Our resident social media expert Mark Galvin returns to the program. Mark serves as CEO and founder of ePresence, which manages personal branding for professionals via social media. He talks more about the many intersections of business and social media. How can social media help strengthen a business, and how can it be troublesome? Galvin and host Richard Lenz dispense so much practical advice, you’ll be reaching for the virtual like button.

Dr. Jeff Rosensweig

Dr. Jeff Rosensweig of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School

According to host Richard Lenz, the IQ level in the studio goes through the roof this week thanks to Dr. Jeff Rosensweig. Dr. Rosensweig, an Associate Professor of Finance and Director of The Robson Program for the Study of Business at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, has taught at both M.I.T. and Yale University, and once served as Senior International Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Known for his global trends research, Dr. Rosensweig talks about this and other topics including contemporary issues in finance and investments.

Dr. Melissa Williams

Dr. Melissa Williams of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School

How does psychology intersect with business in the workplace? On Saturday December 30 host Richard Lenz learns about this and more during a visit from Dr. Melissa Williams, an Associate Professor at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. Dr. Williams, who works in the school’s Behavioral Research Lab, dives into an array of timely topics including power issues, interpersonal interaction, sexual harassment, and business hierarchy. And Dr. Williams explains how Emory University’s Goizueta Business School prepares tomorrow’s business leaders as they suit up for the real world.

DJ Nabs and Ringo Starr

Legendary Hip-Hop DJ Nabs and Beatles Drummer Ringo Starr

On Saturday December 23, host Richard Lenz takes a look behind the curtain of Atlanta’s music industry with DJ Nabs, a legendary hip-hop DJ who played a part in Atlanta becoming a rap music mecca. DJ Nabs was handpicked by producer Jermaine Dupri and became an exclusive DJ for the So So Def label. He’s toured with top artists including Mariah Carey, Ludacris, and the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. Nabs talks about creating a personal brand and thriving in the music world. As a bonus, we hear from iconic rock ‘n’ roll drummer Ringo Starr of The Beatles, who gives his own perspective of the music business.

Mark Galvin, CEO and founder of ePresence

Richard talks with Mark Galvin, CEO and founder of ePresence, which manages personal branding for professionals by focusing on social media. They’ll discuss topics including how technology can boost one’s professional identity, social media and politics, and business-related social media tips. “Lenz on Business” airs 6 p.m. Saturdays on WSB radio.

Andy Levine, Founder and Chairman of Sixthman

At 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, on “Lenz on Business” Richard J. Lenz talks with Andy Levine, founder and chairman of Sixthman, a successful, Atlanta-based travel company specializing in music- and pop culture-themed cruises.

Atlanta Mayoral Candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood

A special preview episode of “Lenz on Business” airs 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3, featuring Atlanta mayoral candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood discussing business and politics in the Big Peach before Tuesday’s big election.