Young Businesses: Issues of Brand Development and Expansion.
Guests: Dawn Newton and Jeffrey Fillerup, Certified Specialists in Franchise and Distribution  Law.
Listeners with questions for Chuck and his guests, please be ready to call 415-841-4134.


How San Francisco’s economy has gone to the dogs

Sep 17, 2013


Let’s say you wanted to take your dog out on Union Street one day after work. So first, you pick her up where you left her that morning. Moulin Pooch is a “dog boutique and villa.” It would be nice to stick around for “Yappy Hour,” but she’s been there all day, so how about a change of scenery? At Pet Grooming Headquarters, a tiny shop a few blocks away, your dog can get a bath, a haircut, and a nail trim. Then, all fluffed up, it’s time for a treat. Le Marcel Dog Bakery, has 60 different treats for dogs and even birthday cakes.

Are startups really such cool places to work?

How do you decide whether and which startups are worth working for?

Should employers and not employees decide what to work on?

Does controlling risk trump going for a home run?

Are the millenialls really "entitled?"

Does capitalism come in flavors?

On the Oct. 13, 2013 edition of Work with Marty Nemko, my guest will be start-up expert Michael O Church, who offers unconventional and smart answers to such questions. 

Tech startups give power back to the family farm

Jul 17, 2013
Mary Willis

Even here in the local-food loving Bay Area, most food isn’t ‘farm to table.’ It’s farm to processor to distributor to wholesaler to retailer to the consumer, before hitting the dining table.