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Made In Mississippi

As an entrepreneur myself, I’ve learned so much from podcast. It’s an amazing platform to grow and educate yourself. Yet, all of the podcast I listen to are about entrepreneurs and business leaders in NY, LA, and Silicon Valley. There’s not a podcast to highlight those winning in Mississippi. I feel strongly this is one of the reasons many entrepreneurs are leaving our state - they feel it’s easier to succeed in bigger cities. This is the reason I almost left a few years ago. But It’s not true. These are the stories of Mississippians who have made something. I hope you are challenged and encouraged by their stories of entrepreneurs winning in our state.
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Now displaying: March, 2020
Mar 31, 2020

In this second of a two episode mini-series Casey discusses the pressure that Mississippi business owners are experiencing during the initial response to COVID-19. Guests include Mark Henderson, Kristen Ley, and Chris Ray.

Mar 31, 2020

In this special episode Casey discusses the pressure that Mississippi business owners are experiencing during the initial response to COVID-19. Guests include Dudley Wooley, Tripp Douglas, and Alex Eaton. Stay tuned for information from even more local business owners.

Mar 16, 2020

Secretary of State Michael David Watson, Jr. was born on December 22, 1977 in Pascagoula. He grew up as the son of a shipyard worker and bank teller. Today Casey talks with Secretary Watson about his experience as an entrepreneur and his hope for the future of Mississippi.

Mar 2, 2020

Bilal has presented lectures on leadership, innovation, and his team's cancer breakthrough at numerous conferences, most notably at the Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale University attended by over 3,000 people.

As the CEO of EasyKale Labs, he's continuing his research into the cancer-fighting properties of kale, while offering a next-generation product for making kale consumption easier--Bilal's EasyKale®.

Bilal was recently named a 2019 Top Entrepreneur in Mississippi by the Mississippi Business Journal. He received a 2018 and 2019 Young Professional on the Rise Award from Young, Gifted and Empowered Awards in Jackson, Miss.

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