Entrepreneur Wrap
By David Brickley and Brett Regan
About this podcast
David Brickley and Brett Regan are co-owners of STN Digital, a full-service digital marketing agency out of San Diego, CA. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show.

Episodes (Total: 26 / Page: 1)
July 5, 2017 · 01:34:10
David and Brett chatted this week with Rocco Cortese, Managing Director of The Heritage Group, a commercial real estate investment management firm in San Diego. Coming from a family of entrepreneurs that are first-generation immigrants from Italy, Rocco was instilled with a strong work ethic from a young age. Today, Rocco has more than 29 years of experience in commercial real estate industry and is responsible for all aspects of the capital and investment advisory business within The Heritage Group.
June 23, 2017 · 01:25:49
This week, David and Brett were joined by Tony Raval, CEO of FrescoData, one of the nation’s fastest growing data-driven solution providers. Tony’s entrepreneurial path began when he was recruited from his home in India to the United States to work in the computing and data world at just 21 years old. Now, he is responsible for leading the development and sourcing of FrescoData’s vastly growing database that spans across 60 countries.  
June 15, 2017 · 01:18:10
This week, David and Brett sat down with Sara Brooks, CEO and Founder of Covet Public Relations, one of the fastest growing lifestyle PR firms in the country. Sara shares her career journey that has taken her through various roles as a freelance editor all the way to spearheading new departments at national PR agencies.  As she sought to find a perfect job, Sara took a leap of faith in starting her own agency, using her media savvy and relentless passion to grow Covet to what it is today.
June 8, 2017 · 00:51:26
In this week's episode David and Brett talk about celebrating wins and keeping perspective, the importance of having a business mentor, the concerns about Facebook's power to shape media consumption, spotting the right time to shift strategies to achieve business goals and developing and implementing core values.
June 2, 2017 · 01:15:08
David and Brett sit down with Jack Haldrup, founder of Dr. Squatch, a soap company for men. Jack shares his inspiring journey from working as an IT consultant, being frustrated with his position in life, deciding to start his own business on a flight from LA to Chicago, and coming up with the idea for Dr. Squatch by the end of the same flight. He also talks about his favorite and least favorite parts of the business, the marketing and business tools that have been instrumental to his success, the books that have inspired him, his daily routine and much more.
May 30, 2017 · 01:49:21
This week David and Brett sit down with Chris Lynch, co-founder of Everyday California, a lifestyle company specializing in ocean adventures and California-sourced premium apparel. Chris shares his journey starting from earning his economic degree during the global financial crisis, to his two years of acting in Hollywood, and finally, co-founding Everyday California in 2010. He talks about his biggest mistakes, his least favorite parts of the business, books that have inspired him, his daily routine, entrepreneurial guilt and much more.  
May 17, 2017 · 00:49:11
Former BuzzFeed employees are trashing the company on YouTube, Biz Stone is coming back to Twitter, How freelancing is changing the way we work in 2017, Is Kickstarter the secret weapon of E-Commerce?, Epic Records boss L.A. Reid is leaving Sony Music and Ford is planning substantial cuts to its global workforce. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show! LINKS: Ex BuzzFeed Staffers Bash the Company Biz Stone is Back at Twitter The Gig Economy  Gravity Blanket Kickstarter  RompHim Kickstarter  LA Reid Exit's Sony Music  Ford Cutting Jobs  
May 10, 2017 · 00:50:57
Advertising campaigns that stand out, David & Brett discuss their business mistakes and what they have learned from them, an open discussion on how to get better at delegating, keeping a balanced perspective, top movies for entrepreneurs, Twitter has a new most RT'd tweet of all time, and the FCC is investigating Stephen Colbert. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!
April 19, 2017 · 00:56:39
Bill O'Reilly looks to be done at Fox News, David & Brett recap some of this months biggest PR disasters, Facebook had their F8 conference recently and it looks like Zuckerberg is trying to take over the world, Twitter may have a new (most-engaging) tweet of all time, and how to motivate and incentivize your staff to get what you want.  David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!
April 6, 2017 · 00:53:04
Amazon purchases Thursday Night Football streaming rights, How do you establish company culture?, Samsung releases new facial recognition software, why people aren't taking their vacations and why Amazon is going head-to-head against retail.  David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!
March 23, 2017 · 00:35:44
  17 years later, we learned something from Vince McMahon and the infamous XFL, Cadillac is coming out with a subscription service, the shopping mall in America may be a thing of the past, the "Cash Me Outside" girl is ranking in the cash, and why we have no problem with GoPro's eventual downfall. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!  
March 8, 2017 · 00:35:10
Growing too fast vs growing too slow, an example of how marketing really matters, a typo essentially shut down the internet, how to deal with employee stress and how important it is to make business adjustments for longevity. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!
March 3, 2017 · 00:52:21
Mark Cuban lashes out at Bleacher Report in a vulgar way, Uber is having some major HR problems internally, Brett and David both took away some positives from Trump's address to congress, YouTube is now offering LIVE TV, and how business owners can both avoid & recognize employee burnout? David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!  
Feb. 24, 2017 · 00:49:41
Snapchat's IPO is expected to open at $20 billion and Brett thinks the app is bound to fail, the same way Myspace did, David disagrees. Elon Musk talks about a universal income to combat robots taking over jobs in the future, Facebook in talks to stream MLB, and did you ever wonder how Venmo makes money? David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show!  
Feb. 9, 2017 · 01:09:04
More people tuned in to watch Lady Gaga then they did the actual Super Bowl, ESPN has lost 12 million subscribers over the last 5 years, advertisers are getting away from hashtags, and what should international companies do as they await a potential tariff tax via the Trump administration? David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every
Feb. 3, 2017 · 01:19:05
Donald Trump is the president, yet still seems obsessed with TV ratings, Snapchat growth slowed 82% after Instagram Stories launched, Walmart takes on Amazon at their own game and Twitter seems to be taking LIVE a lot more seriously.  David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every
Jan. 24, 2017 · 01:14:24
Donald Trump has signed some executive orders that could lead to some major impact down the road, and his administration has moved on from Hillary Clinton and now considers the media the "new enemy". David also brings to light how much Facebook is paying celebrities to use FB LIVE, and how Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers got heat from the NFL, but love from the Facebook PR team. David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show
Jan. 18, 2017 · 00:51:11
Apple plans to unveil its originals scripted content by the end of 2017, including a small number of original series and potentially original movies, a Facebook Live video of torture stayed up for 30 minutes & a 12 years old suicide was recently live streamed. Will this become an ongoing problem for Facebook and LIVE broadcasting in general?  David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show.
Dec. 30, 2016 · 01:24:47
Amazon is considering drone-friendly floating warehouses that would float 45,000 feet above ground, the CEO of Twitter is asking for suggestions on how to improve the platform, and how will Facebook avoid bad stuff happening on FB LIVE? David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show.
Dec. 23, 2016 · 01:18:33
ABC will produce a 10-episode series exclusively for Snapchat, Uber is following you wherever you go, and what is the Hedgehog Concept?  David and Brett discuss their findings, industry insight and what they have learned as both business owners and entrepreneurs each and every show.