The Business of Creating Fun
August 8, 2017
Hosted by Sima Vasa
Perspectives from Kickstarter and Sharktank experiences.You may recognize special guest Adam Tichauer, Founder and Head Camper at Camp No Counselors, from Shark Tank on ABC. This episode also features Tim and Shannon Swindle, co-creators of Utternonsense, a fun accent card game funded on Kickstarter. Special guests all have something in common; they are both in the business of FUN.
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Sima Vasa has founded several companies and invested in a variety of businesses. She’s ready to share her stories and tips with you. Show topics include basics of social media marketing, taxes, creating a personal brand, hiring practices, performance management, leadership, benefits of setting up 401k, insurance, technology, commission structures for sales people, management styles, creating culture and more! This is the place where people can “trust” the information and also connect with experts in an efficient manner and reliable manner. No sales pitches. We explore honest perspectives, tough choices, the wins and the successes.
Sima Vasa is a serial entrepreneur with a proven success record in starting and growing businesses. Her experiences include P and L Management, operations, business development, marketing, acquisitions, research design and analysis in global markets. Sima is accomplished in identifying opportunities and leveraging competitive advantages to gain market shares and acquire new customers. She combines market insight, business savvy ideas, and technology to build new products and services. Sima is also technology-oriented and innovation-focused to keep up with the ever-changing market place. Companies of experience include The NPD Group, International Business Machines (IBM) and a Founder of Paradigm Sample and Data Innovation. Sima sits on the Board of Directors of Paradigm Sample, Board of Advisors for Blink Insights and she is Vice Chair of SampleCon. Sima has earned her MBA in Finance from NYU’s Stern School of business and is a former member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO).