Hello Chaos™ exists to celebrate the messiness and chaotic world of founders and innovators and be a megaphone telling the naked view of entrepreneurship, created specifically to welcome bright, tenacious, visionary minds to a conversation they’ve been craving.
Every week, we interview founders and innovators across a range of industries who share their a-ha and oh sh*t! moments, and the practical steps and lessons in between.
Ready to get into the subscription economy? This isn't just for online companies, by the way. We know, you're already dealing with sooo many subscriptions in your life. Who needs another one? Well, maybe your customers do. That's why we talked with Robbie Baxter about exactly how to figure out if you have an opportunity to create real value for your community — and your company — through subscriptions.
Death comes with an intrinsic amount of… certainty, you might say. But even the owner of a cemetery business has numerous options for the future. That’s what Heather Lee, owner of Greenhaven Memorial Gardens, tells OrangeWIP. She discusses customer service, market trends, and all she had yet to learn even after years in the industry. Find out what happens to little girls who hang out in cemeteries once they’ve grown up, and what every business owner should prepare before their time is up. (Don’t worry, it’s still a fun episode!)
Justin Williams banks on the idea that if he helps his customers grow with the limited resources they have today, his own entertainment production company will eventually reap the rewards. He believes that valuing the relationship more than the money will pay off in the end. Okay, yeah, sometimes all that giving gets in the way. Justin talks about how a good team, solid checks and balances, and a valuable niche help strike the balance between generosity and profits.