Episode 19 - Hiring Brewery Staff, Focused Charitable Giving, and Preparing for Business Interruptions
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On this episode of the BYO Nano Podcast, host John Holl starts off by talking with Alison Wisneski, the head of marketing, among other things, at Lady Justice Brewing in Colorado. She has insights into hiring practices for nano breweries, and what they have found works for their brewery, as well as how to focus charitable giving so that it means something to your small business.
Then, he talks with Matt Humbard of Patent Brewing in Maryland, a nano brewery in planning which is currently offering lab services to small breweries. At his day job he has been part of the government response to combat COVID-19. As such Holl wanted to talk with him about how to be prepared for any kind of unexpected business interruption whether it be a pandemic, someone being sick, or a natural disaster.
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BYO Nano Brew Podcast Episode 19
Host: John Holl
Guests: Alison Wisneski and Matt Humbard
Music: Scott McCampbell