Wesley Fang

From Garage Band to Grilled Cheese — Matt Fish

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes chats with restaurateur Matt Fish, who is the Founder and CEO of Melt Bar and Grilled. Melt, which started as a single location in suburban Cleveland, has since exploded and now features 10 restaurants across the state of Ohio and generates over $20M in revenue. Melt Bar and Grilled has received numerous accolades over the years and has been featured on popular shows such as Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.

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Failing Forward: How to Win After Seven Failed Startup Attempts — Stephen Shang

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes welcomes Stephen Shang — CEO and Founder of Falcon Structures, which specializes in taking large shipping containers and converting them into usable assets, such as living rooms, office spaces, storage facilities, and military training structures. Shang’s innovative company does more than $8M in revenue, has been featured on the Inc. 5000 list for 5 years, and is the latest endeavor for Shang, who had come off of (and learned from) 7 failed startup attempts.

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How to Add Weight to our Conversations — Susan Scott

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes sits down with Susan Scott, acclaimed author and CEO and Founder of Fierce, Inc. — a multi-million dollar leadership and training company that teaches organizations of all shapes and sizes how to have meaningful conversations within themselves. On the podcast, Scott shares her inspiring story of overcoming hardship and discrimination and dives deep on what makes for “fierce conversations,” including both personal and professional takeaways.

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Finding Value in the Long Game — Clint Greenleaf

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes dialogues with Clint Greenleaf. Clint is a serial entrepreneur and Founder of Greenleaf Book Group — a publishing house that, under his leadership, grew to over $10M in revenue and landed on the Inc. 500 list for 7 years in a row. In 2014, Greenleaf Book Group underwent an acquisition, and since then, Clint has established several other ventures, including a family of brands which includes the fastest-growing peanut butter brand in the nation.

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Lessons Learned from a 7x “Failed” Entrepreneur

Over the past year, I’ve had a chance to interview some incredible entrepreneurs on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast. Each of these individuals have founded multimillion dollar businesses and have been willing to share their trials and tribulations behind their success.  I met up with one of my guests a couple weeks ago at their headquarters in Manor, TX (just half an hour outside of Austin). It’s a company called Falcon Structures. The company specializes in taking large shipping containers and converting them into…

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How to Set your Sights on a Market Gap — Julie Allinson

This week on The EnTRUEpreneurship Podcast, Wes speaks with Julie Allinson — CEO and Founder of eyebobs, the first-ever affordable designer eyewear brand. Since its founding in 2001, eyebobs has grown into a mighty 8-figure business and was recently acquired by a private equity firm. The sky is the limit for eyebobs, and the brand’s sights are set on greater expansion.

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