4 Local Podcasts for Entrepreneurs
May 15, 2020/in,
Dive in with seasoned podcasters Shane Chapman and Bryce Wolaniuk as the sit down with inspirational leaders who share their origin stories about the highs and lows, the yes’s and no’s, the wins and the blows of entrepreneurship. Each week Shane and Bryce talk to a different Sask-based entrepreneur about their origin story, their business, their plans for the future, and their take on what makes Saskatchewan a great place to start a business.
New to the Saskatchewan podcast scene as of just last week, What Connects Us explores the things that connect us as human beings through the lens of something that plays a role in all of our lives – money. Powered by Conexus Credit Union and hosted by Mason Gardiner, What Connects Us will feature people in Saskatchewan who will have meaningful conversations about their own personal stories of triumph, heartbreak, redemption, vulnerability, risk and the role that money plays in these journeys.
Want to get to know the innovative, powerful, strong women who are lighting their paths on fire? Then Leslie Genoway’s On Her Shoulders Podcast is the show for you! From Athletes to Entrepreneurs, Leslie talks with women that are making way for other women to follow. In her own words, “I am constantly looking up to other women around me, and trying to catch up to their greatness, this is just another way to shout out how our world is being changed, inspired and elevated by the women of the world.”
Startupville is the creation of Innovation Place and Martin Charlton Communications. The show specifically highlights tech startups and features interviews with startup founders and tech community leaders discussing what it is like to build a startup – and a startup ecosystem – in a small city. Amid COVID-19, the show has shifted to focus on how startups and tech companies can approach the challenges ahead, and how the world changing before our eyes will present unique opportunities for startups and innovators.
We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is Treaty 4 territory and the traditional territory of the Anihšinābēk, Nêhiyawak, Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota peoples, and the original home of the Métis/Michif Nation. We recognize that both Indigenous and Métis people are the spiritual and cultural keepers of their traditional lands and still to this day, continue to practice their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge.