This week’s show features four entrepreneurial couples based in Nashville, TN. The common thread between each of the couples is that one spouse owns a business in the Food and Beverage space and the other spouse owns a business in the health and wellness space. Interviewees included: Jake Veyhl of Jake’s Bakes (recently acquired by Tiff’s Treats), Liz Veyhl of Small World Yoga and Nashville Paddle Co., Kelly Carter of Shakti Power Yoga, Chris Carter of Porter Road Butcher, Austin Ray of A. Ray Hospitality, Ashley Ray of Habitat Yoga, Wesley Adams of Bare Bones Butcher, and Maddie Teren who does freelance work for a growing list of clients, as well as teaches yoga and works for one of Nashville’s hottest hospitality groups. We observe takeaways and trends from answers given by all eight interviewees and the pros and cons of pursuing entrepreneurship in Nashville.
This weeks episode is part two of a two part series about exploring Nashville neighborhoods through art crawls. There are a total of six art crawls that take place in different pockets of Nashville throughout each month. Listen to this episode to learn about developments in Wedgewood Houston, East Nashville, Germantown, and on Jefferson Street. After listening to this episode, you will have your Saturday nights planned for an entire month.
In the episode, we reference:
Arts and Music at Wedgewood Houston (Website & Social Media Accounts): https://www.am-wh.com/
This weeks episode is part one of a two part series about exploring Nashville neighborhoods through art crawls. There are a total of six art crawls that take place in different pockets of Nashville throughout each month. Listen to this episode to learn about developments in downtown Franklin and downtown Nashville, and learn about how you can experience these neighborhoods by attending their art crawls the first weekend of every month.
In the episode, we reference:
Craig, Syp Coffee–> https://www.sypcoffee.com/about/#gift-box
Nashville Walls Projects –> http://www.nashvillewallsproject.com/
Woolworth’s on 5th Eater Article –> https://nashville.eater.com/2018/2/8/16991546/woolworth-on-5th-interior-photos-nashville
The Arcade website–> http://thenashvillearcade.com/
Bryce, Isle of Printing–> http://www.isleofprinting.com/
This week we speak with Kimberly Novosel of Verticity Cycling Studio, which is located in East Nashville. While many know her for the only fitness studio in Nashville whose loyal customer base has created their own hashtag – #ridebikesmakefriends – Kimberly also co-owns Alternate Routes adventure travel planning company and provides brand and personal development services via Be Elsewhere. In this episode we discuss everything from the difference between Nashville and its peer cities to Kimberly’s tactics to staying committed to practicing what she preaches.
This week we will be discussing all of the national co-working concepts currently available or under construction in Nashville. Co-working is an international trend that is transforming the way businesses think about their strategic plan for real estate as they grow.
This week we stopped by KOKOS Ice Cream in East Nashville to chat with owners Sam & Jerusa. We cover everything from why they moved to Nashville to the importance of eating dairy-free to future business plans.
This week we will be discussing all of the local co-working concepts available in Nashville. Co-working is an international trend that is transforming the way businesses think about their strategic plan for real estate as they grow.
This week we will be discussing the personalized pizza concepts that are entering the Nashville market. Make your own pizza concepts are all the rage right now and as you will learn both local and national concepts are quite bullish on growth.
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Welcome to New In Nashville! Listen to our short trailer for an introduction to the podcast and stay tuned for our first episode on February 1st.