Stickers on the Mic Podcast 2019 Season Episodes
Welcome to the Stickers on the Mic Podcast, where we talk about the stories behind the custom stickers and labels that we print. We will be focusing on business, and specifically marketing for small business. We invite our customers onto the show to talk business, growth, and of course, stickers and labels with the members of Team StickerGiant. This page for our 2019 episodes.
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Aloha means both "hello" and "goodbye" in Hawaiian, a theme that Aloha Trading Co. has adopted for their brand as a consignment clothing and apparel store in Longmont, CO."Goodbye to your old things and hello to something new that you like." The other reason is Hawaii's very close to my heart. We used to live there prior to coming to Colorado." - Kim, Aloha Trading Co
Shaquanda's Hot Sauce got its start as delicious prop in a show, and soon became a crowd favorite, growing into a line of four spicy options of hot sauces. There's something for every palette. "I started making sauces and chutneys and stuff with my grandmother, who's from Barbados. I grew up having really delicious, seasoned, beautiful food." - Shaquanda, Shaquanda's Hot Sauce
Phil Lewis Art got started as a traveling musician, in a band with his brothers. Now he has a gallery and studio on Pearl Street in Boulder, CO, displaying his artistic creations from wall art, to engraved water bottles, and of course custom stickers."Or maybe they don't have that ability at that point in time and they end up with come cool stickers. It doesn't really matter what it is, but if somebody takes something home with them, you've made a connection with them." - Phil Lewis, Phil Lewis Gallery
Elise Blaha Cripe is the creator of the Get to Work Book, a planner for people who love to stay organized, and want to reach their goals, one day (and accomplishment) at a time. "On the outside of the package, there's a sticker. It's like a little paragraph, but it's like, 'This is for the list-makers, the goal-setters, the dreamers,' that's a fun one too." - Elise Blaha Cripe, Get to Work Book
Mardi Moore, the Executive Director of Out Boulder County, joins Megan in this episode to talk about the history of this organization in Boulder County, and the many ways it supports the local community for the LBTQ individuals and allies. That's a lot of what Out Boulder County does, is build community. Three years ago, the month of June, we opened a Longmont office,a nd that's when we switched from Out Boulder to Out Boulder County." - Mardi Moore, Out Boulder County
Betsy Lay, co-founder and owner of Lady Justice Brewing in Denver, CO joins Sam on this episode. They chat about how this low profit, female owned and operated, brewery got started, and has continued to grow with their membership model in the Denver area."Our mission is to donate 100% of profits over cost to Colorado organizations that support women and girls." - Betsy Lay, Lady Justice Brewing
Andrew chats with Andrew Hyde and Ef Rodriguez about getting Boulder Startup Week, Ignite Boulder, and more off the ground, their upcoming series of events, and their recipe for a great event people will love!"Making sure that we build events for our attendees and not for our VIP section or sponsors, but really for the average person that's there that wants to be there, that's shown that energy and passion of somebody that's new to the community." - Andrew Hyde, Glider, Boulder Colorado
Hamish sits down with Damon Baz Redd, the owner and founder of Kind Design. With unique, topographically inspired artwork, Kind Design is known for their nature inspired design, from clothing to custom ties, and custom stickers representing some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in Colorado and beyond."Topography is so beautiful, and so different wherever you go. I alwasy wanted to be able to separate the lines and patterns away from all the information that you see on a typical topographic map." - Damon Baz Redd, Kind Design
Megan sits down with Beth Conrey, owner and founder of Bee Squared Apiaries in Berthoud, CO. Bee sure to tune in and learn all about how this honey farm got started, how the different honey varietals and infusions come to life, and what's coming up next for this buzzing business. Bee Squared Apiaries. Apiaries are where bees live. Lots of people don't know what that word even is, but that's what it is. Apiaries are where bees live at and actually beekeepers, the professional name is "apiast." - Beth Conrey, Bee Squared Apiaries
Hamish sits down with Jimmy Seidel, the owner and founder of Snarf's Sandwiches to talk about getting this sandwich business started in Boulder, CO, and how it has grown into what is now multiple locations in Colorado, Austin TX, and St. Louis MO."I guess what I would say, what's been most sucessful for me, is the ability, or the luck, of having great employees. They took ownership and really we were able to develop them, and maintain the feeling as we moved it." - Jimmy Seidel, Snarf's Sandwiches
Andrew sits down with Travis Towe from the Art Team at StickerGiant here at StickerGiant, to chat about his passion for skateboarding, design, and the blend of these with the design work he does with Satelite Skateboards in Boulder, CO."I would have tons of stickers, like a collection -- I still do at home -- that I won't throw away or won't stick them on anything, because to me, they're really cool and I don't want to throw them away, so I have boxes of stickers." - Travis Towe, Art Team at StickerGiant
John Fischer, CEO and Founder of StickerGiant sits with Jesse to chat about the annual Employee Cookbook and the history behind this tradition, and how the team at StickerGiant gets involved with marketing for the company. "The rationale behind it, for me, at the time, was not only do I want to feature our people, but I really want to demonstrate to our customers. Our customers are small to medium businesses, and these businesses are just small just like us." - John Fischer, CEO StickerGiant