Oh Oberlin: An entrepreneurial gala … or, five new businesses walk into an Oberlin store front

This is the first actual episode with new interviews in a couple months. I ran for Oberlin City Council in the meantime and had a wicked chest cold during which I recorded a couple of what kids these days would call “sick” intros. Meaning good ones, done with an unnaturally deep voice. I’ll probably turn the council run into part of an episode down the road.

Today, though, belongs to the SEEDVentures crew of five entrepreneurs who are getting business help in creating and following through on business plans, borrowing the store front at 29 S. Main St. in Oberlin to show off their products. The grand opening was Oct. 1.

As I mentioned here a few weeks ago, this is also a test of my audio editing abilities, changing from my usual long form conversation to culling a storyline that will follow through a number of episodes. Launching businesses lends itself to that I think.

I’m always open to your feedback.

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One Response to Oh Oberlin: An entrepreneurial gala … or, five new businesses walk into an Oberlin store front

  1. Linda Lewis says:

    Nicely done…one of my favorite places…

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