Josh sits down with WOO Sports founder Leo Koenig. WOO Sports is the world's first attempt at turning the action sport industry into one giant game; think live action Tony Hawk Pro Skater but, across multiple sports. In this episode of the ReddyYeti Podcast Leo Koening, one of WOO Sports founders shares with us how he broken into the industry, built WOO from the ground up, shares personal stories, and praises the value of failure and how important it is for growth!
Josh sits down with Nomadik Box co-founder Pat Hines. The original idea for Nomadik was sparked while pat was attentively listening to a podcast that was discussing the new bustling business of subscription boxes. It wasn’t difficult for seasoned marketer, and action sport enthusiast Pat Hines to put two and two together and see the potential for this type of business model in the outdoor space. Now Nomadik Box is one of the leaders of subscription based business in the action sport and outdoor space. Join us as Pat gives us a little more details on what it’s been like building one of the most widely known subscription boxes in the action sport industry.
Josh sits down with Slipstream co-founder Keegan McColl. As the tide of streaming services rises it was only a matter of time until niche streaming platform began to arise. Slipstream is the niche streaming platform you always wanted, taking a focus on outdoor sports and giving you a one stop watching experience for all your stoke building needs. For this weeks podcast, Slipstream co-founder Keegan McColl walks us through how hey got started and, more importantly how they developed their brand.
Josh sits down with Glade Optics founder Curt Nichols. Glade is a company that embodies the notion that proper planning and research can make all the difference in building an outdoor brand. Beyond making fantastic goggles and sunglasses, Glade Optics is a HUGE disrupter of how customers interact with the brands they love and they’re showing no signs of stopping. Tune in to listen to how Curt managed to make top of the line sunglasses and goggles and insanely competitive prices.
Josh sits down with Gilson Snow co-founder Nick Gilson. Nick Gilson came up with his first prototype snowboard when he was 14-years-old but, it wouldn’t be until about a decade later, in Nashville of all places, that his journey to creating the fastest growing snowboard company would truly begin. Gilson has grown from it’s humble beginnings of being ran out of a functional donkey stable and offering snowboards to creating arguably one of the most revolutionary shapes for skis and snowboards of recent years. In this episode of the ReddyYeti Podcast Nick, walks us through the ups, down, and all-arounds of what he and his team have gone through to build this huge up-and-coming company.