Vick Vanucci on Local Umbrella LIVE with Brad Weber Ep 292
Vick Vanucci, Owner of Pachamama on Adam’s Avenue in the Kensington / Normal Heights San Diego talks about her restaurant and the truly amazing food they serve. This place is stunning and the ambiance is a breath of fresh air.
Alfie Carrero With Brad Weber on Local Umbrella Live!Ep 262
Marine veteran, who found cannabis after his time in service. It brought him pain relief and anxiety relief. He made it a goal to get into the industry in California, so he moved back here, and started from the bottom with SDRC. He now works in every department of the company in various capacities.
Tom Britt with Brad Weber on Local Umbrella Live Ep 261
San Diego based monthly directmail publication company LocalUmbrella Media announced theirpartnership with the Towne PostNetwork (TPN), an Indiana-based crossplatform publishing company. Throughtheir agreement, San Diego businesseswill be able to post their online listingsto TownePost.com, a free local searchdirectory. Additionally, the two companieswill launch monthly neighborhood andspecial edition magazines throughoutCalifornia during spring and summer 2021,with the first publications scheduled inselect San Diego neighborhoods and ButteCounty in Northern California.
Discovering the Importance of Culture When Building a Remote Team with Brad Weber of InspiringApps
Building To Scale
Over the years, Brad Weber has gone from one-man shop, developing custom software applications, to the founder and CEO of InspiringApps, a rapidly growing mobile app design and development company based out of Boulder, Colorado. Now with offices in multiple states and a growing remote team, Brad has experienced many of the growing pains that come with scaling a business rapidly.Today, Brad and the team at InspiringApps remain passionate about their mission to create digital products that delight users and help businesses thrive. With a focus on the long-term strategy, consistent processes, and a stronger foundation, they are poised for great things.Key Takeaway: Build a strong foundation – As Brad states, while we have been successful with a 14-year history and more than 20 employees, we would have been better served by introducing strategy, process, and a stronger foundation earlier in the game.Lessons Learned:Build a Foundation – Having structure – systems, processes, etc. in your business can make a huge difference in the long term of a business from both an efficiency perspective as well as a value perspective.Contractors vs. Employees – Regardless of whether you are dealing with contractors or employees, ensure there is a cultural fit and buy-in to ensure that everybody is committed and pulling in the same direction.Continual Learning – As an entrepreneur and an executive, learning never stops.For More Information:InspiringApps @ http://www.inspiringapps.com/LinkedIn @ https://www.linkedin.com/company/inspiringapps/Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/inspiringapps/LinkedIn @ https://www.linkedin.com/in/iabrad/Twitter @ https://www.twitter.com/iaBrad/
#3 - Eating Magpies, Brad Weber & Red Card Bonanza
The Hauraki Big Show
This episode of The Friday Big Show features Jason Hoyte, Scotty J Stevenson and Mike Minogue.The fellas chat NZ's best bird recipes, chat to Brad Weber and Ryan "nuts on the line" Martin, successfully predict another Shield Challenge and the guys go rogue with the Red Cards...See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brad shares with us the challenges and setbacks he has endured in his professional rugby career and how they have shaped him into becoming an All Black. He talks about how missing out on the Otago squad effectively helped him get a Super Rugby contract with the Chiefs, being told he was too small to be pro, how the basketball great Spud Webb inspired him, dealing with the horrific injury of breaking his femur, scarfie life in Dunedin, his love of grassroots rugby and so much more.