In this episode, I am joined by David Shock, co-owner of James Oliver Coffee Company. Listen in to hear the story of how David and his wife Miranda took on the challenge of taking over Miranda's father's coffee business and moving it across country from New Hampshire to Detroit. This was a really fun interview, and I got to learn a little about how Miranda's father, James Oliver, was an early pioneer in really taking specialty coffee quality to the next level through the use of technology and carefully controlled processes. You can check out the James Oliver Coffee Company here. Our Story — James Oliver Coffee Co. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cody-thieling/support
Can a busy dad start a successful business? Of course, he can, he's a superhero! This week we had serial entrepreneur and founder of the ParentPrenuer Foundation James Oliver come through. He dropped gems on starting a business, running it while being a father, and funding time to regroup from everything to keep YOUR mind RIGHT! To join the ParentPrenuer group click HERE To follow ParentPrenuer on IG, click HERE To Support the #FatherhoodIsLit movement click HERE
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In this episode of the Give First podcast, Techstars cofounder and Chairman of the Board David Cohen talks with James Oliver about why he started the ParentPreneur Foundation.The foundation “empower[s] Black ParentPreneurs, so they can leave a legacy for their children,” and provides grants, community, and resources for Black parents who are also doing the hard work of starting a company. Listen for more about why Oliver chose Black parent entrepreneurs as the group who most needed his help right now, during the COVID-19 pandemic, plus insights on how he got the foundation off the ground so quickly — and how his other company, WeMontage.com is doing. Learn more or make a donation to the ParentPreneur Foundation.Techstars personnel and/or guests who speak in this podcast express their own opinions, and not the opinion of either Techstars or any company discussed in this podcast. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as legal, business, investment, or tax advice. You should consult your own advisers as to those matters. References to any securities are for illustrative and/or informational purposes only and do not constitute an investment recommendation or offer to provide investment advisory services. Furthermore, this content is not directed at nor intended for use by any investor or prospective investor, and may not under any circumstances be relied upon when making a decision to invest in any fund managed by Techstars. Certain of Techstars funds own (or may own in the future) securities in some of the companies discussed in this podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
NOW LIVE: James Oliver’s Golden Hour. Hey everyone, it’s GDP producer @rileyvilliers! We are starting off the year strong with our first guest @jollysimba, the creator of the yummiest protein bar on the market @atlasbars. In this episode we talked with James about the grind of owning your own business, the insane amount of Atlas bars he’s consumed and if he’s excited for the GDP movie of course! Be sure to watch all the clips and maybe you’ll see a sneak peak for the upcoming film. Woah.-----------WATCH this Episode Here: https://youtu.be/zwNdIj41zTg-----------Follow James Oliver!Website: https://atlasbars.comInstagram: instagram.com/atlasbars------------Follow GDP!Instagram:@goldendeerproductionsFacebook:Facebook.com/GoldenDeerProductionsWebsite:goldendeer.productions--------Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Here: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…rs/id1437829342---------Follow Conor Holway:Instagram:@bigboachieLinkedIn:linkedin.com/conorholwayTwitter:@boachbonnie--------Listen To The Golden Hours Podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, or any of ya favorite podcasts apps.
Views & Voices: Delphine Simms on James Oliver Mitchell
Views & Voices is a series of brief and personal responses to works of art and film selected by BAMPFA staff who work in different departments . . . some, by UC Berkeley students as well. At a time of distance, these commentaries are designed to bring you closer both to individual people behind BAMPFA and to individual works in our collections. We hope you'll enjoy hearing these personal views. Here, Delphine Sims, a PhD candidate in UC Berkeley’s History of Art Department, reflects on photographer James Oliver Mitchell’s multivalent portrait of Beat-era poet Diane di Prima.
James Oliver, Jr. - (Parentpreneur Foundation) - Atlanta, GA by way of Brooklyn
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James Oliver, Jr. is a serial entrepreneur with a purpose to help parent entrepreneurs. Being a parent + entrepreneur is hard, especially if you have young children and are trying to grow revenue to support a family. Being a Black ParentPreneur is even harder. Many are first-generation college graduates and don’t have a relative to call for money that can hold us over until we are able to get enough traction in business. James is an author and continues to run his renown startup WeMontage.Key Questions Answered1. What is Parentpreneur Foundation and from where did the idea for Parentpreneur Foundation come?2. What is Parentpreneur Foundation’s technical solution?3. How did you prove to investors that your target customers would use Parentpreneur?Connect with James Oliver, Jr. using the links below:Website: https://www.parentpreneurfoundation.org/Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamesoliverjrFacebook: www.facebook.com/parentpreneurfoundationInstagram: www.instagram.com/parentpreneurfoundationYouTube: www.youtube.com/parentpreneurfoundationBooks: The More You Hustle, The Luckier You GetFurther, we generally don't have the social capital to execute our good ideas or even imagine what is possible. This is why the ParentPreneur Foundation exists. To provide money, tools, resources, and social capital for Black ParentPreneurs. So they can be the best parent and entrepreneur possible. So they can be great spouses/partners and raise delightful children. This is the ParentPreneur Foundation's contribution to humanity.
In this episode, we have a business owner/sommelier, James Oliver of Vesper Wines, he gives his journey on becoming a business owner and his love for wine and becoming a sommelier. From living in Africa to his days in Atlanta, also great tips on Wines! Tune In!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ThaDrive/support