Author: Kimberly Schaub

Bonus: Will Madden’s Origin Story

Last week, we interviewed Right Brain Consulting owner William Madden, but we had to truncate the interview. Today, as a special bonus, here is Will’s origin story and how some of the best life decisions come from a college bet (…not). Like what you heard? Want to join the conversation or help us stay on the air? Contact us on www.peasonmoss.com New Podcast Episode...

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S2E08: Right Brain Consulting founder William Madden on his product development super powers

William Madden didn’t mean to go into food manufacturing, but a bet at Georgia Tech piqued his interest in barrier packaging, and the rest is a funny and adventurous history. He came onto the podcast to share some keys to success for product development and how his specialty as a contract negotiator was honed by sitting on both the customer and co-manufacturer’s perspective. You can get in touch with William at http://right-brain-consulting.com/ and emailing him at w.madden@right-brain-consulting.com Want to join the conversation? Email me and find out about opportunities to sponsor the show and become a guest. Like the...

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S2E07: Food Network and World Food Championship Judge Chef John Corey

Chef John Corey and I met through Shawn Wenner’s (Ep. 20) Entrepreneurial Chef e-magazine and professional networking group. A seasoned contestant chef in internationally renowned competitions, Chef John shares what it’s like to prepare recipes intended for competing against other chefs who are at the top of their games. Chef John also tells us his big plans for taking his catering business national and how you could get into the catering business. Check out Chef John at http://www.chefjohns.net/home.html Want to join the conversation? Sponsor the show? Email kimthechef@gmail.com and get details....

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S2E06: Culinex Culinologist Webb Girard on handling (food factory) disasters

Culinologist Webb Girard has a varied background in food product development and manufacturing. From dried meat to crackers to fresh pasta, Webb has survived his share of “death by iteration” and manufacturing nightmares. Now that he’s a developer and project manager with Culinex, he has the opportunity to expand his portfolio in clean label product development and mentorship of the Culinex interns and new culinologists. Want to join the conversation? Sponsor the show? Email kimthechef@gmail.com and get details. Listen here! New Podcast Episode...

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