Boston Episode 23 – Joe Walker – Inside Linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers

Boston Episode 23 – Joe Walker – Inside Linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers

Boston Episode 23 – Joe Walker – Inside Linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers
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Joe Walker / San Francisco 49ers

Joe Walker is currently an NFL Inside Linebacker with the San Francisco 49’ers and Super Bowl 52 Champion when he was with the Philadelphia Eagles. Joe shares what it takes to achieve the long odds of making it and thriving in the NFL. Starting his career at the University of Oregon, Joe lead the Ducks in tackles in 2015 – having started all but five games since the 2013 Alamo Bowl. (more…)

Boston Episode 23 – Joe Walker – Inside Linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers

Boston Episode 22 – Jon Boos – Inventor and Founder of Würkin Stiffs

Boston Episode 22 – Jon Boos – Inventor and Founder of Würkin Stiffs
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Jon Boos / Würkin Stiffs

Jonathan Boos is the inventor and Founder of Würkin Stiffs, a brand known for their utility-patented magnetic collar stay. An idea which sparked a simple but innovative product, that turned into a multi-million dollar brand. From selling products out of the back of his car with his wife and then 10-month old son in 2006, to pitching major department stores, appearing on Shark Tank, defending his utility-patent successfully and continuing to reinvent… He will tell you that money is just a bi-product of hard work. (more…)

2020 human capital survey reveals that employees want not just to be included, but to belong

When businesses in the South first started to address diversity and inclusion on a formal level,it seemed like it was discussed mostly in terms of creating workplaces free from bias. How do we foster environments that are fair to all people, that provide equal opportunity? That’s how the conversation went.

But what about today? Is our understanding of inclusion evolving? Is it changing in a way that mirrors what we see in today’s society, including the seminal impacts of Covid-19 and social…


Atlanta Business Journal
2020 human capital survey reveals that employees want not just to be included, but to belong

BOBO Intriguing Objects owner to add new showroom in The Works adaptive reuse project

Mark Sage, whose BOBO Intriguing Objects features antiques popular among local buyers and home furnishing retailers such as Restoration Hardware, is putting a new showroom at an 80-acre adaptive reuse project on Atlanta’s Upper West side.

Sage is opening his first direct-to-consumer retail furnishings shop at The Works, a project along Chattahoochee Avenue where 20th Century industrial buildings are being turned into trendy restaurants, new housing and loft offices. 

BOBO Intriguing Objects…


Atlanta Business Journal
BOBO Intriguing Objects owner to add new showroom in The Works adaptive reuse project