We’ve got an awesome interview lined up for you today. I’m chatting with Nik Ingersol, Co-Founder of Barnana. Nik is on the list of Forbes 30 Under 30 and just an all around cool dude.

Before starting Barana, Nik founded a digital agency which eventually formed into an augmented reality firm. And today, we dive into how he’s leveraged creative thinking and guerrilla and social marketing tactics to grow Barnana so quickly.

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On the show today, we have Lauren Shafer of Michele’s Granola, and we’re talking all about social media, and how to find what works for your brand.Using Social Data

Michele’s Granola is a fast-growing brand that makes delicious, small batch granola products you can find in stores across the country.  Since joining the company, Lauren has grown into her role of marketing manager, where she leverages the social media data, to constantly improve how Michele’s Granola communicates with their customers.

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We have Brandon Rhoten on the show, who, get ready for this title, is the VP of Advertising, Social Media, Media, and Digital Marketing for Wendy’s. It’s a mouthful, and I don’t know how he does it, but everything you see with a Wendy’digital marketing for wendy's s logo on it, is the work of Brandon and his team.

This episode is all about how Wendy’s went from middle of the pack,

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how to break the internet with influencer marketingOn the show today, we have Katie Washburn, Manager of Marketing Partnerships for Suja Juice, discussing how to break the internet with influencer marketing. Katie has been with Suja since they were just a local San Diego brand selling a few hundred bottles per week, to where they are now bottling 800k bottles per week.

We’ll be diving into how Suja launched their Midnight Tonic last October with an influencer campaign that was so successful,

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“I think it’s so important to get out there and have people actually feel your product and you and your brand –  more so for online companies because online it’s so competitive. You’ve got two seconds, if not one, to connect with somebody and then they’re on to the next thing.” -Lacie Mackey

disrupting a food categoryOn the show today, we have Lacie Mackey, co-founder and COO of Caveman Coffee.

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Whether you’re thinking of launching a new CPG brand, or just finding ways to differentiate a product that’s already on the shelves, today’s guest is a wealth of knowledge in the natural foods startup space.

We’re talking with Pete Truby, founder of Salazon Chocolate. From working at Mrs. Meyer’s when it was in its early stages, to being one of the first employees at Honest Tea, Pete has been a sponge – 

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american food revolutionOn the show today, we have Taylor West, VP of Marketing for Kodiak Cakes. Taylor has a wealth of experience in the food industry – before making the move into the Natural Products space, he spent around seven years in marketing for General Mills learning how the big dogs roll.

Taylor just published an incredible article on the state of the food industry in America and what’s
driving the success behind natural food brands,

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On the podcast today, we’ve got Rich Hope, CMO of one of the fastest growing restaurant brands in the country, Jersey Mike’s.

At over 1,200 locations (and counting), we talk about the catalysts for the growth behind Jersey Mike’s. You’ll get a peak behind the curtains about how they’re adjusting to account for underlying changes in the market.

Jersey Mike’s has nailed it when it comes to serving up a great product,

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Today’s episode is a little longer than usual, but it’s well worth taking the time to listen. Richard Cran, former VP of Marketing at Jack in the Box, is on the show discussing the new era of advertising and how to capitalize as a growing brand. Get ready, because he’s about to drop some serious advertising and branding wisdom on you.

jack in the box facebook campaignRichard’s resume would make Don Draper jealous. Throughout his career,

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On the show today, we have Marie Miller, who handles social media and public relations for Four Peaks Brewing Co. out of Tempe, Arizona. Marie is going to be answering questions around social media marketing for CPG brands, which is a constantly evolving topic.

Marie brings a cool perspective to the table because she’s not only marketing for a brewery with multiple restaurant locations, but also a CPG brand with distribution all over the country.

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