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The Thrive! Podcast: Purpose Driven Entrepreneurship with guest Jason Weimer

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After graduating from college, Jason Weimer wanted to be intentional about integrating his faith and work in a holistic way. His entrepreneurial interests have led him to starting two businesses, Espresso Partners and Gratus Capital, LLC.

Jason and Bob Willbanks discuss the service driven business model in this episode of The Thrive! Podcast. For Jason, social entrepreneurship is all creating a culture that values people. Listen to the episode to hear Jason unpack some ways he seeks to value people in his businesses and what he has learned about this key aspect of business over the years.

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After graduating from college, Jason Weimer wanted to be intentional about integrating his faith and work in a holistic way. His entrepreneurial interests have led him to starting two businesses, Espresso Partners and Gratus Capital, LLC.

Jason and Bob Willbanks discuss the service driven business model in this episode of The Thrive! Podcast. For Jason, social entrepreneurship is all creating a culture that values people. Listen to the episode to hear Jason unpack some ways he seeks to value people in his businesses and what he has learned about this key aspect of business over the years.

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