In January 2013, the Inkandescent Group LLC launched The Inkandescent Radio Network: The Voice of Entrepreneurs, a series of lively podcast shows that provide listeners with best practices in small business.
Our first show, which launched in October 2012, is “The Inkandescent Entrepreneur Show,” hosted by journalist, PR expert, author, and entrepreneur Hope Katz Gibbs, founder of The Inkandescent Group LLC.
Each Monday, a new episode of her show airs, which features one of the highly accomplished entrepreneurs, business leaders, and columnists that she features in her monthly business magazine, www.BeInkandescent.com.
In the coming months, Gibbs will be rolling out a series of additional podcast shows that shine a light on the great work being done by authors, artists, restauranteurs, parents, truly amazing women, and more.
What’s your story?
We’re always on the lookout for guests. So if you have a good story, a new book, a fantastic business idea, or a novel approach to overcoming a business challenge, tell us about it here.
And, if you want more information about hosting your own show on the Inkandescent Radio Network, click here to send founder Hope Katz Gibbs an email.
The Inkandescent Entrepreneur Show
Your Host: Hope Katz Gibbs—a journalist, PR expert, author, and the entrepreneur who founded The Inkandescent Group, LLC.
The Podcasts: Click here to view all of our episodes.
About the Show
Bringing the voices of small-business owners to the radio waves is the goal of The Inkandescent Entrepreneur Show, which launched in the fall of 2012.
Hosted by journalist, publicist, author, and entrepreneur Hope Katz Gibbs, the show will spotlight the Entrepreneurs of the Month featured on her monthly business magazine, www.BeInkandescent.com, as well as the Truly Amazing Women she has interviewed for her book project, www.TrulyAmazingWomen.com.
Promoting, educating, and inspiring entrepreneurs is the mission of The Inkandescent Group, LLC — a PR, marketing, design, and publishing company that helps small businesses get the visibility they need to glow and grow.