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We’re joined by Ryan Crozier of Agency Boon and Good Bureau to talk about building a company from nothing, branding, and using his company to do social good.
This week we build upon a theme set out last week by Z Hanson of Barbells for Boobs. In a broad sense, we chat about the role of the local small business in the community. More specifically, we discuss various corporate entities and business models that use social engagement to define their brand and affect the most amount of change.
Takeaways from this episode:
- How do you use social engagement to tell the story of your gym?
- How can you use your members to build your social impact?
- How do you tell your Story beyond your workout?
- What lessons can you learn from growing a business and handing off key responsibilities?
Learn more about Ryan’s organizations:
Twitter, Facebook, Instagram: @agencyboon
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