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March 10th Episode of The Round Table Talk Show

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Today’s guests are:

1.) Jay Jermo
Jay Jermo is a producer and distributor of specialty flavored honey and single pollen honey from around the world.
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2.)Kathleen Steffey

Kathleen Steffey is the CEO and Founder of Naviga Recruiting & Executive Search. For 19 years, Naviga has been helping domestic and global business leaders achieve revenue growth by recruiting top-performing sales and marketing professionals. Kathleen’s background has given her unique insight into the corporate talent acquisition world, agency recruiting and what it takes to manage and lead a team of marketers and recruiters in the digital landscape.
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3.) Li Hayes
Li Hayes is the founder of Path to the Mainstage. As a professional speaker agent, she knows that value of getting on stages. Small business owners can create a personal brand and increase sales by connecting with audiences. Li teaches them how.
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4.) Barbara Paldus

Barbara Canadian-born of Czech parents, raised in both Europe and Canada, fluent in five languages with a Ph.D. from Stanford University (U.S.), Dr. Barbara Paldus considers herself a global citizen. As a scientist, she believes in data and biotechnology. The codex was conceived from a need to deliver high-efficacy skincare collections that defy the mainstream with science-based effective ingredients. From top to bottom, she’s created a line that puts the plant-power back in your hands—with the results to back it up.

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5.) Jim Estill

President & CEO, ShipperBee & Danby Appliances Jim Estill is currently CEO of both of Danby Appliances and ShipperBee, a new venture that is revamping outdated shipping channels into a system that is better for consumers, retailers and the environment.
Jim is a Canadian technology entrepreneur, executive, and philanthropist. He started his first computer distribution business from the trunk of his car while in university and grew that business to $2 Billion in sales.

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