Douglas Karr has hosted 30 episodes.
Douglas Karr is the CEO of DK New Media, an Indianapolis-based marketing consulting firm that works with clients internationally. He's a public speaker, author, blogger, and podcaster. MarTech is his flagship publication where sales and business professionals research, learn, and discover technology to assist them in getting measured business results.
Ryan Grimes has hosted 22 episodes.
Ryan is the President of an extraordinary company, My IT Indy. They are dedicated to helping your business be more efficient and profitable through the use of technology. He has worked on technology for over 35 years, starting with an Apple IIe! Ryan loves helping businesses grow and become more successful through planning and implementing appropriate technology solutions.
Harry Howe has hosted 20 episodes.
Harry Howe has over twenty years’ experience helping businesses achieve sustained operational and financial improvements. He spent the first half of his career with GE, developing an appreciation for manufacturing, business processes, technology, and financial management. The climax of that first half was as controller for Thomson Consumer Electronics’ North American TV Operations (formerly GE Consumer Electronics) where he had financial responsibility for seven manufacturing facilities in three countries and various headquarters functions representing $1.6 billion in revenue and 13,000 employees.
The second half of Harry’s career has been devoted to making a difference in selected businesses through consulting engagements and new business start-ups. These include roles as CFO at Capstone Technologies and MindGent and consulting engagements with companies such as Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, and Maytag. More important to Harry are engagements with lesser known businesses where his impact has been significant.
Along the way, Harry has amassed a broad range of skills, from planning and executing, to managing critical projects. He graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in business administration and completed GE’s Financial Management Program. He has received certifications from the Association for Operations Management (CPIM) and the Institute of Management Accountants (CMA) where he served for many years on the Indianapolis Chapter’s Board of Directors.
Howe Leadership is devoted primarily to helping a few selected businesses achieve breakthrough operational results through significant long-term engagements.
Stephanie Daily has hosted 3 episodes.
In March 2017 Stephanie decided to leave her position at a local digital agency to pursue her calling, Fatherless Daughters. Fatherless Daughters is a global 501(c)(3) based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Fatherless Daughters provides counsel, friendships, grief management plans, grief phone calls, grief workshops, Fatherless Daughters events, and so much more.
Stephanie is married to Mr. D., she has a son Kameron that is graduating from high school this year. In her spare time, Stephanie loves to cook, go to concerts (she’s been to 10 this year - so far), watch the Packers play, and is completely addicted to House of Cards.
Harrison Painter has hosted 1 episode.
Harrison Painter is the founder and chief amplification officer of Amplify. Amplify is an innovative business development and marketing experience company that connects brands, people, and causes.
Brad Shoemaker has hosted 1 episode.
Brad Shoemaker is the technical advisor to Off the Circle and DK New Media. Brad has nearly 20 years of traditional media (TV and Radio broadcasting) experience producing local radio shows and assisting with the nationally syndicated Mark Patrick on Sports morning show for the FOX Sports Radio Network and with the nationally syndicated program The Bob and Tom Show. During that time he also rose the ranks to become the Digital Director for both Clear Channel Indianapolis and Cumulus Radio Indianapolis.
Rachel Brown has hosted 1 episode.
Rachel is a Content Marketer and Storyteller. Her interest in the world of words and communication began at a young age listening to her grandfather's stories. They fascinated Rachel even on the level of construction. This love of stories led her to pursue degrees in English and Communication & Culture at Indiana University.