Max Yoder Shares His Steps For Building Community

Max Yoder

Max Yoder, the CEO and co-founder of Lessonly – a software designed to drive team productivity – and the author of “Do Better Work,” has successfully built a community in Indianapolis through steps he uses in his everyday life, both in the workplace and outside of the office.

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Jamie Gilpin On The Value Of Connections, Social Listening & A Culture Of Inclusion

jamie gilpin

Firebelly is a huge advocate of Sprout Social. We believe in their service and company culture. It’s why we joined their Agency Partner Program a while back and why I wanted to ask their Chief Marketing Officer Jamie Gilpin for some easy-to-digest insights into important matters facing agencies and brands today.

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Penn & Beech Brings A Wick-ed Fun Experience To Indianapolis

Penn & Beech Candle Co.

Store and restaurant owners on Mass Ave have been building community in Indianapolis for years by providing places to shop, eat and socialize. Bri Doles, co-founder of Penn & Beech, felt there was something missing – customized, unique experience based shops.

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Ryan Hunley Gathers People For Good Through Storytelling In Indianapolis

Ryan Hunley wears a variety of different hats each day. He is the owner and art director at Second Street Creative, on the Board of Directors of The Speak Easy, host of Creative Mornings in Indianapolis, a dad and a husband. Most importantly, Hunley is doing cool things for Indianapolis.

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Graham Brown Brings People Together With Wearable Coolness

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Co-founder of local small business United State of Indiana (USI), Graham Brown talks about the importance of keeping businesses small and his insight into entrepreneurship on Firebelly’s latest episode of #GotTheFire.

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Just Pop In’s Mandy Selke & Carly Swift Are Fired Up About Popcorn

Just Pop In

The minute you step into a room with twin sisters Mandy Selke and Carly Swift you instantly feel their contagious high-energy and positive personalities. Firebelly had the opportunity to pop on over to the sisters’ business Just Pop In! at their new Broad Ripple location.

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Building Community One Tiny House At A Time With Maggie Daniels

Maggie Daniels

Maggie Daniels, founder and CEO of Try It Tiny, is not just running a trendy business. She’s helping build a community of people with similar minimalistic values and lifestyles. Tiny house experiences offer an opportunity for growth in the Indianapolis community and beyond as well as a new perspective on living.

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Transforming Social Media With Jennifer Magley On #GotTheFire

transforming social media

Highly accomplished speaker, athlete, coach and mama, Jennifer Magley sat down with Firebelly CEO Duncan Alney to talk about the role positive values and courage can play in not only marketing but our daily lives.

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