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Now displaying: April, 2016
Apr 25, 2016

This week on the Hubba-UB show with Saul Colt and Bob Knorpp:

Saul chats with Dara Sayet, a consultant specializing in helping businesses develop products from oversea factories. Dara has a decade of experience producing and sourcing products from oversea factories working with several Top Tier fashion brands (Baby Phat etc) and her own products.

Dara shares her knowledge in a very in-depth conversation that can be used as a guide for any company looking to develop a product and take a dream to reality.    

For more information on Dara please go to https://www.linkedin.com/in/darasayet

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Apr 18, 2016

This week on the Hubba-UB show with Saul Colt and Bob Knorpp:

Saul chats with the CEO and Founder of LazyJack Press, Miriam Zelinsky about her business, her designs and where she gets her drive from. .

Lazyjack Press was founded in 2012 and soon after launched its first collection in Barneys based on the idea of a luxurious, irreverent take on the traditional European motif tie. Hermès and Ferragamo are great, but Lazyjack Press thought a livelier approach would catch on. They were right. 

With designs titled Chick Magnet, The Mullet Tie and The Re-Rack featuring the instantly recognizable Red Solo Cups, JazyJack Press designs are made for professionals who don't take themselves too seriously. 

The Lazyjack Press customer values old-school European luxury combined with American cheek — thi­s was apparent from their first Italian-made tie, where a red party cup motif appeared on the same 21 momme silk twill that Hermès uses. Since its inception, Lazyjack Press has grown into a diverse range: bow ties, hand-rolled pocket squares, unbelievably soft Italian wool scarves, classic baseball caps made right here in the U.S.A, and fun Croakies, totes, belts, dog collars, flip flops, fleece vests, and socks.  

For more information on Miriam or LazyJack Press please go to www.lazyjackpress.com

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The Hubba-UB Show with Saul Colt and Bob Knorpp is powered by Hubba.com 

Hubba is the place where Retailers find the product information on the products they love and discover new things from the most interesting brands in the world.

For more information about Saul Colt or Bob Knorpp please go to saulcolt.com or thebeancast.com

Apr 11, 2016

This week on the Hubba-UB show with Saul Colt and Bob Knorpp:

Saul chats with the CEO and Founder of Slater Zorn, Beth Wittig.

Beth is a designer, entrepreneur, and avid sports fan.

Raised in the northwestern suburbs of Philadelphia, Beth graduated from Penn State, then kick-started her financial career at Merrill Lynch.

Eventually, Beth felt that irresistible tug toward love, home, and family. She left the corporate world to raise her two sons, very quickly finding herself living the sporting life.

Excited by her children's participation and husband’s enthusiasm, Beth joined in the revelry, eventually becoming a spirited season ticket holder herself.

Rapidly, the college games became the centerpiece of her family's social lives. "I became so inspired”, Beth recently explained. "I wanted to dress in colors and clothes that supported my team, and I was determined to do it with style".

In 2012, Beth launched Slater Zorn, the brand name a fusion of both Beth's and her husband’s mothers’ maiden names. In reference to her own mother, Beth added, "My Mother serves as a never ending source of inspiration to me as a woman with both style and substance. I believe those two words describe how I would like people to perceive the Slater Zorn brand".

Today, Beth divides her time between Kansas and New York. You'll usually find her at a game, her drawing board, or working on behalf of a social-service agency supporting children and families in crisis.

For more information on Beth or Slater Zorn please go to www.slaterzorn.com

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The Hubba-UB Show with Saul Colt and Bob Knorpp is powered by Hubba.com 

Hubba is the place where Retailers find the product information on the products they love and discover new things from the most interesting brands in the world.

For more information about Saul Colt or Bob Knorpp please go to saulcolt.com or thebeancast.com

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