An Indianapolis Business Podcast: Off the Circle

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

63 episodes of An Indianapolis Business Podcast: Off the Circle since the first episode, which aired on August 29th, 2017.

  • Episode 31: Charitable Allies: The Charity that Provides Legal Support to Nonprofits

    June 4th, 2018  |  25 mins 52 secs
    501c3, attorney, business, charitable, charitable allies, charity, compliance, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy, legal, nonprofit

    On this episode, we interview Zac and Robert of Charitable Allies, a charity that provides legal, educational, administrative support, training, and consulting services to nonprofits.

  • Episode 30: When Should Your Business Hire an Environmental Consultant?

    May 28th, 2018  |  30 mins 11 secs
    brownsburg, business, environmental consulting, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy

    On this episode, we interview the leadership of Terra Environmental Corporation, Project Manager Jeff Stone and Rusty Wheat, the founder and President. It's a fascinating conversation about the environmental industry with some information on when you'd need to hire an environmental consultant.

  • Episode 29: Darrin Gray: Sports Ministry and Leadership Development

    May 20th, 2018  |  31 mins 49 secs
    all pro dads, business, christian, darrin gray, faith, fatherhood, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy, leadership, tony dungy

    On this episode, we interview Darrin Gray, the President of The Center for Serving Leadership. Darrin is an incredible mentor in our community and has dedicated his life to help develop leaders throughout the world.

  • Episode 28: Patrick Doerflein: Disabled Veteran to Waste Water Manager to Mobile Application Entrepreneur!

    May 14th, 2018  |  37 mins 1 sec
    burn & bet, burn and bet, business, eleven fifty academy, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy, mobile app, mobile application, veteran

    On this episode, we interview Patrick Doerflein. Patrick has one heck of an inspirational story... overcoming a disability that prevented him from working to becoming a mobile application entrepreneur.

  • Episode 27: Indianapolis Bar Association: A Peak Inside Our Local Legal Community

    April 27th, 2018  |  58 mins 9 secs
    attorneys, bar association, business, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy, indy bar association, legal

    On this episode, we interview a judge, a corporate attorney, and a small business attorney... all members of the Indianapolis Bar Association. It's a unique look inside the legal community, its adoption of technology, and the key issues facing Indianapolis businesses today.

  • Episode 26: TeenWorks: Empowering Teens to Achieve Excellence in College, Career, and Community

    April 12th, 2018  |  40 mins 28 secs
    business, hoosiers, indiana, indianapolis, indy

    On this episode, we interview CEO Tammie Barney and Program Manager Thomas Christenson of TeenWorks. TeenWorks provides a year-round employment and college readiness program with supportive services for teens throughout the school year.

  • Episode 25: Joe Mack: Leadership Lessons From West Point to Perot Systems... and Beyond

    March 30th, 2018  |  56 mins 20 secs
    indianapolis, joe mack, leadership, perot systems, ross perot, technology

    Indianapolis is home to some great industry leaders. Joe Mack started his career as an Army Officer who graduated from West Point Military Academy. He moved on to Perot Systems, mentored and guided by Ross Perot.

  • Episode 24: Archos Advisors: Why Does Culture Matter In An Organization?

    March 22nd, 2018  |  1 hr 2 mins
    archos advisors, company culture, culture, employment culture, leadership, leadership consulting, leadership culture

    Company culture may be one of the most over-utilized buzzwords used when discussing successful organizations. In this interview, we get frank with two leading experts who advise world-class organizations on company culture. Tune in for this insightful interview with the team at Archos Advisors.

  • Episode 23: Learn About The 10|100 Committee And You'll Feel Better About Our Political Future

    March 8th, 2018  |  39 mins 44 secs
    adrianne slash, bipartisan, indiana, indiana politics, jamar cobb-dennard, minorities, people of color

    The mission of the 10|100 committee is to facilitate the election of 10 members-of-color in the US Senate, and 100 members-of-color in the US House of Representatives serving concurrently by 2050.

  • Episode 22: Fullstack PEO: What and Why Your Business Might Use a Professional Employer Organization

    March 1st, 2018  |  29 mins 41 secs
    employee benefits, employment talent, hr, human resources, payroll, peo, recruiting, workers compensation

    A professional employer organization (PEO) is a firm that provides a service under which an employer can outsource employee management tasks, such as employee benefits, payroll and workers' compensation, recruiting, risk/safety management, and training and development.

  • Episode 21: Corporate Security: HIPAA Compliance and Ransomware

    January 30th, 2018  |  55 mins 5 secs
    bitcoin, hipaa, it security, ransomware

    There was recent news of Indiana hospitals being targeted and successfully attacked with ransomware. These attacks are profitable to hackers and a lot more common than you think. Today, we discuss corporate security and discuss the steps organizations can take to protect themselves.

  • Episode 20: Startup Challenges... with The Indy Startup Challenge

    January 14th, 2018  |  1 hr 7 mins
    app, financial app, indy, indy startup challenge, ladybug collaborative, mobile app, snapshyft, startup

    The Indy Startup Challenge started as an idea by Kelly Schwedland and Joe Albano to bring world class startup tools to local companies.

  • Episode 19: What Every Business Needs to Know About Google Analytics

    January 5th, 2018  |  35 mins 25 secs
    analytics, elevated marketing solutions, google, google analytics, google search console, google tag manager

    In preparation for an upcoming training class on Google Analytics, we speak with Indianapolis Analytics expert and "all things Google" Jennifer Denney.

  • Episode 18: What Makes Biking in Indianapolis so Fantastic?

    December 18th, 2017  |  1 hr 4 mins
    bicycle trails, bicycles, bicycling, cycling, indy, trails

    We gathered some avid cyclists from in and around Indianapolis to speak to why this city is such an amazing place for bicycling. Tune in to hear from veterans, charities, mechanics, and even a cyclist with a national following!

  • Episode 17: Jen Edds: Indianapolis' Own Business Podcasting Professional from Brassy Broadcasting Company

    December 18th, 2017  |  46 mins 21 secs
    brassy broadcast company, indy, jen edds, podcast, podcasting

    Jen is a wonderful, positive treasure here in the local community. Her mission is to help the do-gooders of the world make a profound impact by putting them in the ears, heads, and hearts of new audiences with podcasts and other audio content.

  • Episode 16: So You Want to Be a Solopreneur?

    December 7th, 2017  |  1 hr 8 mins
    business, entrepreneur, mentor, mentoring, solopreneur, starting a business, startup

    What are the benefits and challenges of being a solopreneur? We share the good, the bad, and the ugly with three new entrepreneurs and some experienced ones here in Indianapolis.