Mountain Money

Shirin Spangenberg tells us about Escape Room Park City.  A fun, brain stretching experience for everyone. An entertainment center where a group of up to 8 people are "locked" in a room and have an hour to figure out clues and puzzles to unlock the door and win the room. A fun interactive activity that will keep you talking about it for days.

In segment two, Tracy Klein from Fetch Cares stops by.  Fletch Cares  is a private, non-profit in Kamas, Utah. It is Utah's first animal fospice (foster facility + hospice). Their mission is to provide comfort and care for animals with exceptional needs through people with exceptional needs. 

The book Fashionopolis,is an investigation into the damage wrought by the colossal clothing industry and the grassroots, high-tech, international movement fighting to reform it.  In Fashionopolis, author DanaThomas sees renewal in a host of developments, including printing 3-D clothes, clean denim processing, smart manufacturing, hyperlocalism, fabric recycling—even lab-grown materials. From small-town makers and Silicon Valley whizzes to such household names as Stella McCartney, Levi’s, and Rent the Runway, Thomas highlights the companies big and small that are leading the crusad

Mountain Money - October 28, 2019 Kevin Barnes

Oct 28, 2019

    Kevin Barnes, founder of Lifestyle Electronics, talks about home security, entertainment and the latest in audio/video  and home automation systems. 

 

 

    Hollye Shumacher, Graham Reynolds and Kevin Reynolds talk about their participation at the PC Pop Up Shop on Main Street In Park City. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Leo Tilman and Charles Jacoby offer the first comprehensive assessment of the fundamental nature of organizational agility and then describe the essential leadership practices for achieving it. They show that agility is far superior to mere speed or adaptability. Pinpointing its distinctive features, they define agility as the ability to detect and assess changes in the competitive environment in real time and then take decisive action.

Every year, six million companies and more than 100,000 products are launched. They all need an awesome name, but many (such as Xobni, Svbtle, and Doostang) look like the results of a drunken Scrabble game. In this entertaining and engaging book, Hello My Name is Awesome, ace naming consultant Alexandra Watkins explains how anyone - even noncreative types - can create memorable and buzz-worthy brand names.

Before the 1960s, American politicians had never paid much attention to economists. But as the post-World War II boom began to sputter, economists gained influence and power.

Victoria Sassine, Executive and Private Equity Investor, and LaRae Wright, Regional Director for Scale Smarter Partners,  talk with us about their upcoming Surge & Grow Event. This is a high-end workshop held in Park City, UT designed to help business owners as they transition from founder to CEO and beyond. The workshop runs from October 28th thru October 30th.  It's a flexible program designed to take founders of business and their teams from "Founder Mentality" to an accelerated growth mindset.

The General Manager Joe Ogdie and Executive Chef Galen Zamarra at the YUTA Restaurant, Edge Spa and Blue Sky Lodge bring us up to date on everything going on at Blue Sky.

Mountain Money - October 14, 2019 Todd Davis

Oct 14, 2019

Interview with Author Todd Davis who outlines the six critical practices for leading a team, from his book; Everone Deserves A Great Manager.

In the Scout Guide they feature excellent independently owned businesses and business owners that both locals and travelers should know about. They  share tips from a vast network of experts on everything from creating an inviting guest room to selecting personal stationery to planning a formal garden; offer inspiration for creating beautiful interiors, having a well-edited closet, giving thoughtful gifts, and entertaining in style; provide travel recommendations from in-the-know locals; and tell in-depth stories about talented artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs.

Bryce Rademan grew up in PC and graduated from PCHS, started a restaurant chain named Spitz in LA 14 years ago. He’s about to open his 5th restaurant in the Salt Lake Valley in a couple of weeks in Draper (others are in Downtown, Sugar House, Cottonwood Heights and Lehi). He also has 4 in LA and some in Portland and Minneapolis.

Last week a big week for Vail Resorts.  Vail announced it had purchased Peak Resorts and announced its 4th quarter earnings. Doug and Renai report on the Investor call.

Local Park City Chief Meryl van Der Merwe has exciting news about new accounts approved for launch of her Jafflz sandwiches and her debut on QVC Live on October 9th.

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