With special guest Marcus Crawford Guy we talk about his moves during the pause, being the runt of the litter, agency, access, and barriers in the industry, showcases, the upcoming film-adaptation of Wicked’s casting, feeling like you belong, and what it's like being an actor from Scotland working in NY.Please subscribe, leave a review, comment, like us, shout us out on social media using #TheProcessOverProductPodcast #POPPodcast . Contact us at ProcessOverProductPodcast@gmail.com. The ProcessOverProductPodcast is hosted by KP Powell, Rhyn McLemore, and Josh Clark. It's recorded, edited, and mixed by Josh Clark. Intro & Outro Song - “I've Seen” by Vertigo ft. Madeline Calais; Written by J. Clark, K. Powell; Produced by R.L.4, Additional Production by VertigoSupport the show (https://GoFund.Me/faabaf0a)
My friend Marcus Crawford of Rocky Dennis Face and Crawfo Productions is on the show chatting all about punk rock, video production, quarantine, Monster energy drinks, and plenty more. https://www.therealsikes.com/startthebeat Also available on Spotify, Apple, Google, YouTube, or wherever else you listen to podcasts probably.
This week, we conclude our series on entrepreneurship in the black community by interviewing Mr. Marcus Crawford, the co-owner of a rapidly successful food truck and brand—Bro-Ritos. Over the course of the interview, we learn about Marcus Crawford’s journey to building a successful business in the food industry. We begin by discussing his life prior to Bro-Ritos (16:28), how he transformed Bro-Ritos from an idea to a reality (19:02), the challenges associated with building a brand (21:34), and his entry into the food industry (26:54). We also have a conversation about the debate on whether a college degree is necessary to become an entrepreneurial success (30:38), the power of partnership and support for success (32:58), and Marcus’ experience with the Rutgers University Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (34:18). We close by discussing startup issues faced by entrepreneurs of color (36:55), the future of Bro-Ritos (41:00), and keys to success in business (42:23). Other Topics Include: 00:30 - Catch up with Ty and Daphne 02:05 - BhD “Oh Lawd” News 13:21 - Introduction of the Topic 14:49 - Learn more about Marcus Crawford 49:02 - Ty and Daphne Reflect on the Interview Resources: Bro-Ritos Food Truck - https://www.broritosfoodtruck.com Trucking with Bro-Ritos YouTube Series - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZlrUYBcx-C1lxJ6fDzBWHw Bro-Ritos News - http://www.roi-nj.com/2019/01/11/lifestyle/driven-to-succeed-in-just-2-years-bro-ritos-specialty-burrito-food-truck-is-gaining-speed-and-growing-revenue/ Rutgers University Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development - http://www.business.rutgers.edu/cueed
Actor Marcus Crawford Guy shares his experiences with the dark side, what he's learned from his teaching work with Artists Striving To End Poverty, auditioning, collaborating with artists of different disciplines, and navigating the visa system as a working actor from another country. Check out what he's up to at: www.marcuscrawfordguy.com, and learn more about ASTEP here: https://astep.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices