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Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Like many other successful makers, post-pandemic, Keli started what’s now Colette Paperie as a side hustle to her corporate job. She was working at a mass-merchant with her design degree. When her …
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. John Zeno and his team pride themselves on being the other family business to come out of Daytona Beach (the other one is NASCAR)! He is a third-generation candy maker but considers himself more a …
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. At the ripe age of 18, Tyla appeared on the hit television series, Sharktank . . . and she received an offer! She’s also appeared on Good Morning America, Black Enterprise’s, “The Sauce Boss”, CNBC…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In this week’s episode, Julie has a conversation with Noah, about the online service, My Arkit. A number of years ago, Noah recognized the value in preserving his father’s memory, voice, and images…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Justin Nelson is a maker who founded Fernweh Woodworking in 2015 in Bend, OR. With this step into the unknown, he found his deep passion for design through woodworking, eventually specializing in f…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Alfred Lane is a line of fragrances, featuring personal care and home goods. They focus on elevating sensory experiences through elegant and beautiful design. Perfume, candles, incense cones, and r…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Alicia Soret’s inspiration started in 2018 when she couldn’t find a cross-body strap for her purse or camera. Everything she found was either too short, poor-quality, or insanely expensive. It was …
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Mary Harcourt with CosmoGlo joins Julie this week for a conversation on how the COVID-19 pandemic played a role in her taking the initial step to becoming a maker. In her role as a businessperson i…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. A few years ago Jeff Burbank was traveling all over the country, drinking a ton of coffee, just to get himself through long hours at work and travel. He found himself not only feeling tired from hi…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In this week’s show, Julie has an incredible conversation for leaders Mike Hollenstein of EyeBobs. EyeBobs is a 20-year-old company that evolved simply from the desire for a cool pair of reading gl…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In this week’s installment, Julie has a conversation with the co-founder of Freshé Meals, Henry Lovejoy. On a sourcing trip to Europe’s Iberian Peninsula, Henry and his wife Lisa were searching for…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Marie Chisholm is a wife, mom, entrepreneur, and maker of cozy swaddles, bibs, and sleepwear. A few years after her second child was born, she was inspired to create Little Hometown. Her original i…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. At the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Erik Albrecht needed to find a way to occupy his time and mind. He turned a lifelong hobby and passion of woodworking into a small business, with a $224.00 in…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In the week’s episode, Julie has a conversation with the founder of Humble Brands, Jeff Shardell. Stressed and overworked in his tech job, Humble Brands founder Jeff Shardell began rethinking his w…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Sam Annable is an entrepreneur and maker of signs and laser engraving through his small business, Uncharted Customs. Like quite a few makers recently, Sam began his adventure of being a maker at th…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In this episode, Julie talks to KD Smith, owner of Flawless Flavor. KD is a maker of handcrafted low-sodium seasonings that are free of preservatives and MSG, as well as gourmet organic tea. During…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. This week, Julie sits down to have a conversation with Jenny Frech of Soapy Gnome, a maker of soap and body care products. The folks at Soapy Gnome consider themselves a cozy brand, with lots of wa…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where makers share their stories, their products and lessons they've learned along the way. In 2012, June Small and her husband decided to pursue a dream that they had of leaving the suburbs. They began their new lifestyle of homesteading where you raise and grow your own food for the purpose of becoming more s…
 
The Get Down Coffee Co. is not just a coffee shop. It's a coffee company roasting and selling its own coffee with a goal to build its own roasting facility in North Minneapolis within five years. The idea and concept of The Get Down was born from the core belief in the power of human connection and cultural collision. CJ Porter Born and the owners …
 
For more than twenty years, Carol MacConnell has thrived as a contemporary artist working with mixed media, oil, and abstraction. Over the past few years, she’s had fun learning about NFTs, and now has her own. In this installment of The Makers Gonna Make Show, our host and award-winning podcast host/entrepreneur, Julie Bee, talks to Carol about he…
 
A common theme with the makers on our show is that old saying, “Necessity is the mother of invention”. Barbara Marshall had a dog that was sick and having other complications. Through these issues come the need of a different, better food for her fur baby. From that need came her product, Wag Tantrum, an organic, human grade dog food. On this episo…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Kate Meier, founder of Craftmade Aprons. Kate encourages other makers by sharing her story of pushing through physically demanding days seated at her 40+ year old sewing machine. She also reflects on the importance of having a social mission and talks about Project Black and Blue which…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Travis Rosbach, the founder of Hydro Flask and the Tumalo Group. The Hydro Flask water bottle (Travis’ brainchild) is a double-wall vacuum insulated bottle that replaces single-use plastic. Now a household name, the brands’ rally cry continues to encourage people to make a difference f…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Frankie, founder of Coconut Girl Brands. After dropping out of UCLA, Frankie went to culinary school where she began experimenting with coconut-based ice-cream recipes inspired by a new diet (at the time) called, PALEO. Frankie’s workout tribe tried, loved, and began offering to buy Fr…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Andrew, founder of Dave’s Sweet Tooth Toffee. It all started with Andrew’s dad, Dave – a retired Detroit Fire Fighter – and his infamous toffee recipe. From those humble beginnings, Andrew saw an opportunity, dropped out of college to start the business, and the rest is history. Dave’s…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Yoni, founder of Grain4Grain. A business that started brewing beer for an ex-girlfriend quickly turned into joining the upcycled food movement. Yoni saw an opportunity to use some of the wasted barley from local breweries to make grain, and he hasn’t looked back. Their keto-friendly pa…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Ron Scadina, an investor at Steeped Coffee. Steeped Coffee makes fantastic coffee that you can steep (just like tea). Ron shares lessons learned starting during a pandemic, how challenging it was to pivot, and how important educating your audience is when you launch a first-to-market p…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Cory Duncan, founder of Vice Hardware. His company makes highly customized titanium and aluminum wallets, and accessories, in his shop in North Carolina. His company began when he created a 3D-printed, plastic wallet that solved a common problem many men have – losing their wallets. Af…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Kelly Robinson, founder of SchKIDules, which are visual schedules for kids. After serving in the Air Force, she transitioned to being the stay-at-home mom of a very strong-willed child. At her wits end with fights over everyday tasks, Kelly created her product to help facilitate commun…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Evan (founder) & Steffani (COO) of Nakee & Co., makers of superfood Nakee Butter. Lovingly branded “spreads with benefits”, Evan and Steffani recount the persistence of getting into Eastern Market, which took three years, as well as important trademark lessons learned when selecting th…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Samantha Swan, owner of Cottage Lane Kitchen. Her company started off in the same kitchen where FOUR generations of relish makers (chow-chow for those who know) have been making the same relish for over a hundred years. Samantha shares how she took that recipe and turned it into a busi…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Chad, founder of Cheegs. Chad shares the reason he founded Cheegs – collars on men’s dress shirts need to go. He also talks about the excitement and the reality of a Kickstarter campaign, the importance of buttons versus snaps, and how the smallest detail can put you out of business. C…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Mary Beth and Jon, the team behind Pasta Pappone (pronounced the “unfancy” way, thank you very much). Jon shares the challenges of getting started with $1,000 while working a full-time job, finding a small-batch food manufacturer, and hearing no several times before he heard yes. Mary …
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Michael Mader, maker and founder of Hippy Feet. Michael shares a very personal story that led to winning a college business competition. After a beer with an acquaintance, Hippy Feet was born to do more than sell socks. He also shares the challenges of having a seasonal ecommerce busin…
 
In this episode of The Makers Gonna Make Show, Julie interviews Mike D., founder of Mike D’s BBQ. Mike’s journey as a BBQ sauce master started early in his life, on a family vacation to NC. Starting off with family and friends as customers, and learning the hard way that patience pays off in the long-run, Mike now has a thriving business and a reta…
 
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