Small Business
PodFerence

May 1 - 31

An all-star lineup of Podcasters
to support your business.

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What’s the Small
Business Podference?

A podcast based conference to share advice
and inspiration to support small business.

As a trusted advisor for small businesses, Dell Technologies
has partnered with some of your favorite podcasters to provide you with
lessons and strategies you can listen to whenever and wherever you want.

The Speakers

Small Business Advice
From Your Favorite Podcasts.

Download the full schedule of podcasts to your preferred calendar.

Trailblazers

With Walter Isaacson

The evolution of the job search in the internet era: how artificial intelligence and machine learning are taking some of the unconscious biases and manual labor out of the job hunt process on the other side.

The Next Chapter

With Prim Siripipat

A closer look at the commonalities that exist between athletes, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. Host Prim Siripipat speaks with some of the best athletes in the world like Andy Roddick, Gerald Henderson Junior and Jonathan Vilma, as well as Forbes Senior Editor, Zack Greenburg and Seattle Seahawks sports psychologist, Dr. Michael Gervais.

Jill on Money

With Jill Schlesinger

Jill Schlesinger interviews the head of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as they walk through the loan program and provide real solutions to small business owners who have been impacted by COVID-19.

Side Hustle School

With Chris Guillebeau

How are small businesses doing in the wake of COVID-19? It turns out that some are struggling (a lot), others are thriving, and many others are trying to adapt. Part 1 of this special 3-part series.

RISE

With Rachel Hollis

Steps to Be An Agile Leader: how to pivot, constantly changing course as an entrepreneur, not getting stressed and leading teams in times of change.

Ear Biscuits

With Rhett & Link

Small business advice from hiring to firing, management challenges, solutions and secrets to success.

How I Built This

With Guy Raz

Guy Raz dives into the stories behind some of the world's best-known companies through candid and inspiring interviews with their founders. A narrative journey about innovators, entrepreneurs and idealists –and the movements they built.

What Really Happened?

With Andrew Jenks

The inspiring story of The Migrant Kitchen’s founder Nasser Jaber, his efforts to serve food to the doctors and nurses risking their lives for the general public during the COVID-19 crisis and his business plans for when the crisis is over.

Business Wars

With David Brown

Red Bull & Atari

How did a German pharmaceutical tycoon get Red Bull off the ground?  How did Atari introduce the world to video games? To inspire small business owners, Business Wars is taking you through the immersive founding stories of these successful companies that once started out small.

The GM Shuffle

With Michael Lombardi and Adnan Virk

Dive into the impact of culture within organizations and offer insightful leadership lessons for creating a culture for success when starting a small business.

Blockbuster

With Matt Schrader

The struggles of starting a creative small business like a documentary and podcast production company, and how it parallels many of the hurdles of innovators from the past.

Comments By Celebs

with Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer

Exploring celebrity endorsements and how they can affect small businesses.

Side Hustle School

With Chris Guillebeau

How are small businesses doing in the wake of COVID-19? It turns out that some are struggling (a lot), others are thriving, and many others are trying to adapt. Part 2 of this special 3-part series.

The Tony Kornheiser Show

With Tony Kornheiser

Tony invites Gary Brown and other special guests to share their small business interests, mistakes and success stories.

Business Wars

With David Brown

Chobani & Wrigley’s

At the turn of the 20th  and 21st  centuries, two entrepreneurs risk everything to start businesses of their own.  These would later evolve into consumer staples, Wrigley’s gum and Chobani Greek yogurt.  Hear their inspirational founding stories in these bonus bootstrap episodes of Business Wars.

Skimm'd From The Couch

With Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg

Interview small business owners focusing on one big challenge they've faced and the solutions they've applied (fundraising, marketing, management).

Against The Rules

With Michael Lewis

Michael Lewis of Against the Rules hosts a conversation between Malcolm Gladwell and Jacob Weisberg on what it is like to run a business with your best friend and how COVID-19 has impacted their company.

Straight Up

With Trent Shelton

Advice on transitioning careers and building a new brand from the ground up from an ex-NFL Player.

Side Hustle School

With Chris Guillebeau

How are small businesses doing in the wake of COVID-19? It turns out that some are struggling (a lot), others are thriving, and many others are trying to adapt. Part 3 of this special 3-part series.

Dell Technologies Advisors are Ready to Help

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