The Innovation Economy Podcast

The Innovation Economy Podcast with Adam Chen, Bonnie Habyan, and Greg Kihlström

Now a Top 50 Management Podcast on Apple Podcasts

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Looking at the factors that drive business innovation and growth

The Innovation Economy podcast looks at the factors that drive business growth, including how people, processes, platforms, and places work together to create the future of work.

There are 3 series within The Innovation Economy podcast:

Intrapreneurs with Adam Chen

The Innovation Economy: Intrapreneurs with Adam Chen

While entrepreneurs are often lauded with creating new businesses and ideas, it is more often the case that change agents working within organizations—intrapreneurs—are responsible for innovation and seeing those new ideas through to completion. 

Host: Adam Chen, President at AmenityLinc and long-time changemaker within innovative organizations.

Brand the Change with Bonnie Habyan

The Innovation Economy: Brand the Change with Bonnie Habyan

The Innovation Economy: The Brand the Change series focuses on how intrapreneurs and engaged employees can leverage their personal brand and superpowers  to support their company, secure their own future, and create unprecedented value.

Host: Bonnie Habyan, Chief Marketing Officer at X-Caliber, and marketer, author, speaker, and content creator. 

Inspiration + location with Greg Kihlström

The Innovation Economy: Inspiration + Location with Greg Kihlström

The Innovation Economy: Inspiration + Location will feature 12 guests and topics over the course of a year that will talk about what it’s like to build businesses, work, and live in innovative places. It is sponsored by Arlington Economic Development.

Host: Greg Kihlström, Principal at GK5A and best-selling author, entrepreneur and advisor to leading organizations.

The Innovation Economy podcast is presented by The Agile Brand and produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation,  they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content.

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  • Embracing market-based solutions for commercial real estate vacancy

    Embracing market-based solutions for commercial real estate vacancy

    One of the key strategies employed by Arlington Economic Development is the focus on market-based solutions for commercial vacancy. This approach recognizes the importance of allowing the market to dictate the use of office space, rather than imposing rigid regulations that may hinder innovation and growth.

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  • S1 | 22: Commercial Real Estate Resiliency with Marc McCauley, Arlington Economic Development

    S1 | 22: Commercial Real Estate Resiliency with Marc McCauley, Arlington Economic Development

    Today we’re going to talk about resiliency in the commercial real estate market and how innovative solutions matched with realistic expectations can mean good things for the industry, and for the businesses utilizing office space. To help me discuss this topic, I’d like to welcome Marc McCauley, Director of Real Estate Development, Arlington Economic Development,…

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  • S1 | 21: Storytelling for Career Growth with Sarah Johnston

    S1 | 21: Storytelling for Career Growth with Sarah Johnston

    In this episode, we are talking one of the most progressive, forward-thinking executive resume and LinkedIn branding experts out there. Sarah Johnston is the Briefcase Coach and she shares the secret sauce to standing out in our digital-first world. From messaging to marketing, she approaches the resume through the one proven method that cuts through…

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  • Enabling customers to be entrepreneurial stakeholders

    Enabling customers to be entrepreneurial stakeholders

    Customers can become entrepreneurial stakeholders by actively involving them in the product design process and engaging them in the go-to-market strategy. This goes beyond simply collecting feedback from customers and instead empowers them to have a direct impact on the direction and success of the business.

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