With the Milwaukee Blockchain Conference this Friday at Northwestern Mutual, we had the Marquette Blockchain Lab team (who is organizing the event) stop by. Davis, Alec, Clayton, and Gabi give a conference preview. We also touch on what Blockchain is, how it will affect businesses, the value of a college experience, talent retention in […]
Richie sat down with Dominic Anzalone of Rent College Pads, Cindy Poiesz of Evolve Snacking and Joseph Taylor of Penrod Software. They got into what it’s like to start a business in Milwaukee, what the startup culture is like, and Milwaukee’s support system for different types of companies.
Richie sits down with JMatt (HashtagMKE Founder), Matt Curtis (20 HashtagMKE Socials attendance streak), and Monique Rosteing (HashtagMKE member for over a year) to talk all about the organization.
Milwaukee’s Latino population is its fastest (and only) growing segment. There are many great initiatives happening in the community, but there are still many challenges that the group must face. The education and prosperity gaps for the population are the largest in any US metropolitan area, and students are having a difficult time both in […]
David Brier comes on the podcast to talk about how to turn the brand you have into the brand you need! Tune in for a few tips and tricks, extreme New York energy, and insights about the upcoming GLIN2 conference!
Sidney Moncrief drops by the GGMM studio to discuss high performance habits, his journey to the NBA, his career in Milwaukee, Bucks basketball, and beyond.
Episode 52: GLIn2 Conference The GLIN2 Conference comes to Milwaukee this week. Tune in to hear all about the conference, its speakers, and what the organizations are doing for Milwaukee!
Episode 51: LIVE from Fall Experiment Minority Entrepreneurship and Education Not long ago, Richie sat down with Monte Eady (Like Minds Inc.) and Khalif El-Amin (Young Enterprising Society)to talk about minority entrepreneurship and education in Milwaukee. Listen in to hear what these two local leaders are doing to solve these complex problems and change the […]
Episode 50: The Road to Milwaukee “The Road to Milwaukee.” My, that phrase has an undeniably nice ring to it. That simple four-word incantation would make its way into the ears of millions of Americans if Milwaukee won the bid to host the Democratic National Convention in 2020. Every Democratic presidential candidate would have […]
Ep. 48: The History of Koss Headphones Welcome to our first ever micro-episode! Martin Moore and Michael Koss, Jr. from Koss Headphones dropped by the studio to say hey to Richie. If you recall, Koss gave us some studio headphones a while back, and we’ve been buds with them ever since. They wanted to see […]
Episode 47: Good City Brewing A while back, Dan Katt came by to talk about his company, Good City Brewing. You’ve probably heard of them if you like beer, and if you haven’t, trust us—they’re worth looking up. It’s a bit of a lost episode, as it got caught in the whirlwind of our rebrand […]
Episode 46: Alternate Paths After High School | Sam Lister, Vlado Zrnic If you attended a four-year college, chances are, you had a “What am I learning this for?” moment. Now, don’t get me wrong; I’m not downplaying the value of a university education. It certainly has major perks, and I (like most people) soaked […]
Episode 45: The Legendary Judge Mosley Judge Mosley really is one heck of a Milwaukeean. You can tell his loves this city just by talking to him, (even if he touts his Chicago Bears once in a while). He’s quite the strong man, and he’s been through some tough stuff. For example, you’ll never believe […]
Episode 44: Backline Backline is here to change Milwaukee’s music scene for good. Tough to picture Milwaukee without its music scene, isn’t it? Events big and small help shape our city’s nightlife and culture, and can make a huge difference when it comes to someone’s experience living here. With stellar venues like The Cactus Club, […]
Episode 43: Mr. Buck Though he’s Hoosier-born, Jon McGlocklin is nothing short of a Milwaukee legend. Actually, he’s just “not short” in general. Take it from me—I met the guy. His life story is incredibly eventful, and full of reinvention and change. A born basketball player, Mr. McGlocklin—also known as Mr. Buck—grew up in what […]
Ep. 42: #MeToo Let’s face it—we’ve all experienced that “oops, shouldn’t have said that” moment. Whether it was at work, to someone at a bar, or even to a loved one, everyone’s accidentally offended someone, pushed a bit too far, or said something that would’ve been better left unsaid. And that’s okay. It happens. But […]
Ep. 41: #DareToBe Shawna Nicols, also known as DJ Shawna, is no stranger to reinventing herself. She’s done so more than a few times; a Wisconsin Badgers basketballer turned professional DJ and beyond, her story is all about the power of positivity, resilience, and being yourself. In every sense of the word, she’s a true […]
The Problem with Milwaukee’s Brand Without the surrounding suburbs, could Milwaukee exist? Odd to think about, isn’t it? Now flip that question around. Without Milwaukee, could the suburbs exist? No matter how you slice it, there’s a symbiotic relationship around the city’s core identity, and it’s not unlike other metropolitan areas. But when you examine […]