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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: February, 2021
Feb 23, 2021

Listen to this episode of the Made in Mississippi Podcast as MS native Spencer Mooney shares about his experience of transition from a physician to a franchisee. Spencer retired from his practice in Brookhaven, and now owns multiple restaurant franchises. Listen in as Spencer shares his experience of knowing when to push forward and when to stop in entrepreneurship. He advises to find what works not just what we want to work. Listen in to learn more! We hope you enjoy this episode of the podcast.

Feb 9, 2021

Listen to this episode of Made in Mississippi as James Bowens tells his story of taking something he loved and turning it into a business. He and his wife loved sports and sports merchandise, and so they created a business from it. To save money, they started making the products themselves. Now, you can find their products across 12 states. After 20 years in business James shares his advice for business. You'll also hear about their newest venture: licensing for University of Alabama.

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