Scott Hunsaker Leads Executives on their Business Exit Strategy

Scott Hunsaker Leads Executives on their Business Exit Strategy

Posted On June 24, 2022

Successful succession planning isn’t just a plan. It’s a process. That’s what Scot Hunsaker has been preaching to his clients for nearly a decade as the Managing Partner of Ardent Group, an organization that mentors business leaders. And he hasn’t just preached it, he’s done it. In 1999, Hunsaker bought…

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The Post-Covid Workplace: The 4 Most Important Changes You Need To Make Now – Mark Sanborn

Posted On July 6, 2020

On Wednesday, July 15th at Noon Central, the What’s Working with Cam Marston radio show will feature customer service and leadership expert Mark Sanborn as our first webinar guest. Mark will discuss his research into the post-Covid work environment and what leaders and teams need to know about team formation,…

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Disaster recovery businesses have to be prepared for anything (and your business should be, too)

Posted On March 27, 2020

Did you know that, according to government statistics, nearly 70 percent of businesses affected by a major disaster will go out of business within the next two years? Russell Fountain’s business is to help companies and organizations avoid that fate. Our guest in a recent episode of “What’s Working with…

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Boards by the Bay: How a nationally famous skateboard builder created his brand in Fairhope, Alabama

Posted On March 23, 2020

Did you know there is a nationally famous builder of skateboards right across the bay in Fairhope, Alabama? I’m guessing you probably didn’t, and Bear Walker would just as soon keep it that way. Walker, our guest in the latest episode of “What’s Working with Cam Marston,” doesn’t publicize the…

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Building quarterbacks, and a business, from the turf up

Posted On March 10, 2020

If you watched Daniel Jones or Gardner Minshew play in the NFL this year, or if you’ve followed Jake Fromm or Shea Patterson in the college ranks, you’ve seen the work of David Morris and his company, QB Country. Morris, who joined us in a recent episode of “What’s Working…

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The comfort and challenges of running a family-owned business

Posted On March 6, 2020

There’s something special about a family-owned business. And in many of them, no one knows that better than the employees. “I think when you have a family-owned business, I think you get very close to employees, especially employees that have been around a really long time,” said Brent Barkin, president…

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Why advertising can be important for law firms — and their clients

Posted On February 22, 2020

If you drive in Alabama or watch TV or listen to the radio, you have seen or heard an advertisement for a personal injury lawyer. They’re everywhere – on billboards, on the sides of buses, in newspapers and magazines, maybe even embedded beneath the lacquer on the tables in a…

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How our love for pets is changing the veterinary industry

Posted On February 20, 2020

Pets have become an increasingly important part of American life. Pet ownership has grown from 56 percent of the households in this country in 1988 to about two-thirds of them today. More pets means more demand for veterinarians. But those larger numbers of pet owners also have different priorities than…

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Why advertising can be important for law firms — and their clients

Posted On February 5, 2020

If you drive in Alabama or watch TV or listen to the radio, you have seen or heard an advertisement for a personal injury lawyer. They’re everywhere – on billboards, on the sides of buses, in newspapers and magazines, maybe even embedded beneath the lacquer on the tables in a…

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For selling whiskey, a bootlegger’s story helps, but the proof’s in the bottle

Posted On January 17, 2020

How important is a good story to branding? It certainly doesn’t hurt. In a crowded marketplace for whiskey, a great story helps set Clyde May’s Alabama Style Whiskey apart. May was a bootlegger who never sold a legal bottle in his life. But he was also an innovator who found…

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