Class Podcast

Hello Class! Here is our first podcast. I’m starting off with highlighting a business I found called Freestyle Language Center. Below you’ll find the links I reference during the podcast. As budding entrepreneurs, it’s important that you’re getting exposed to the new businesses sprouting up every day. There is much to gain from learning from others and as you venture through your journey of creating your own business you can get some great experience putting a spotlight on businesses you find interesting and innovative.

After listening to this podcast I’d like you research a business in your community and surrounding areas. This business needs to be fairly new, something started within the last 1-3 years. Each of you will then script and record your own podcast! You can be as innovative and creative as you want in the way you create your podcast. You’re welcome to work with a partner or in a small group of three, but each person needs to be heard on the podcast. Your podcast can be in the form of an interview or straight description similar to what I did, or you can be as creative as you like. Your podcast should be approximately 3 to 7 minutes long. During our next class period I’ll be handing out the rubric and further instructions on this assignment. I just want you to get your minds working on some ideas and begin researching so you can hit the ground running the next time we meet. We’ll go over the technology aspect when we’re in class together.

Creating this podcast will be good practice and experience to help prepare you for when you’ll need to create a promotional item for your larger project of creating your own products. Creating a podcast could be one way you could promote your product.

Here is the website link to Freestyle Language Center.

Here are some additional resources about the entrepreneur boom happening in Austin:

3 things every entrepreneur hub should import from Austin, Texas

3 ways to learn about entrepreneurship in Austin

Austin declared America’s best city for young entrepreneurs

Why Austin is the rockstar of small-business cities



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