THE AXECHANGE — the F.C. Manning School of Business Podcast

Manning students, class of '20 and '99
Manning students, class of '20 and '99
Bailey Darling with Chris Houston, CEO at SurfEasy
Bailey Darling with Chris Houston, CEO at SurfEasy

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  • EPISODE 9: ENACTUS ACADIA

    Podcast host D.J. Daw (’20) interviews Sara Baxter (’19), President of Enactus Acadia, a student entrepreneurship group.

  • EPISODE 8: GERRY POND

    Podcast host Brendan MacNeil (’20) interviews Gerry Pond, Chair and Co-founder of East Valley Ventures and Mariner Partners.

  • EPISODE 7: CREATIVE TIDE

    Podcast host Noah Tompkins (’18) interviews fellow co-founder of Creative Tide, Brett Murray (’18). Creative Tide is a social media and marketing company whose mission is to “Empower rural Nova Scotia to tell its stories and show its value through videography, social media, and human-centred marketing solutions.”

  • EPISODE 6: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IS WHERE YOU FIND IT

    Podcast host Bailey Darling (’20) interviews Jeremy Novak (’08), Gravekeeper Entrepreneur.

  • EPISODE 5: STUDENT SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    Podcast host Bailey Darling (’20) interviews Justin King ('18), president of Enactus Acadia, a student entrepreneurship group.

  • EPISODE 4: REGIONAL SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    Podcast host Sara Baxter (’19) interviews Dr. Roger Wehrell, past director and adjunct professor of the Fred C. Manning School of Business Administration and former director of the St. Francis Xavier University extension Department.

  • EPISODE 3: COACHING ENTREPRENEURS

    Podcast host Bailey Darling (’20) interviews Jessi Gillis, business counsellor at the Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre, Acadia University.

  • EPISODE 2: THE CIDER INSIDER

    Podcast host Bailey Darling (’20) interviews entrepreneur and co-founder of Annapolis Cider Company, Sean Myles

  • EPISODE 1: SURFING MADE EASY

    Podcast host Bailey Darling (’20) interviews entrepreneur and CEO of SurfEasy, Christopher Houston