Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. David Wardlaw

Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. David Wardlaw

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Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. David Wardlaw

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Welcome to Based on a True Story by Harris & Ward! This is our podcast where we get to share the real stories of small businesses.
On today’s episode, we sit down Dr. David Wardlaw to talk about his multi-generational practice that he’s managed for three decades. We get to hear about his relationship-first style of management, as well as a recent pivot he made toward providing Invisalign, and how that has breathed new life into the business.

Thanks for tuning into the podcast! We’ll be back in a couple weeks for another true story.

Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. Leonard Tau

Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. Leonard Tau

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Based on a True Story: Interview with Dr. Leonard Tau

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The Harris & Ward team sits down with Dr. Len Tau of Birdeye to discuss review marketing, and its pivotal impact in small business marketing strategy. Learn how to channel your consumer audience to do the marketing for you.

Birdeye helps businesses grow through happy customers. Over 60,000 businesses use Birdeye everyday to attract new leads with Listings, Reviews and Referrals, convert them into customers with Webchat and Appointments, and delight those customers with Surveys, Ticketing, and Insights – all in one place.

Based on a True Story: Interview with Salvador Sanchez

Based on a True Story: Interview with Salvador Sanchez

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Based on a True Story: Interview with Salvador Sanchez

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On today’s episode of Based on a True Story, we have a very special guest with us, Salvador Sanchez.

Sal is a friend of ours and a local entrepreneur based in Lexington, KY. He owns a multi-location coffee shop called A Cup of Common Wealth, as well as a unique sipping chocolate-coffee bar, Chocolate Holler.

We get to sit down and discuss how Sal got his start in the industry and why he decided to bring his coffee goodness to Kentucky. We learn about how A Cup of Common Wealth trains their staff, how they handle turnover in the coffee industry, and lots more. Thanks for tuning in!