Market Meets Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

27 episodes of Market Meets Podcast since the first episode, which aired on November 11th, 2019.

  • Market Meets: Second Quarter Update

    August 9th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  13 mins 48 secs
    bouldersocial, catcafe, mariaempanadas, raisingcanes, residentialdevelopments, retail, retailboulder, sturtzandcopeland, voodoodoughnuts

    This week we are talking with Nate Litsey from our office, who's going to give us a second-quarter update on the real estate market in Boulder. He's going to talk about some retail developments and other developments that are coming to our community.

  • Market Meets: Wolfe and Mane

    July 27th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  7 mins 49 secs
    alon, balayage, boulder, boulderco, bouldercolorado, colorado, extensions, hairextensions, hairstyle, longhair

    We had the pleasure of meeting Courtney Wolfe, the owner of Wolfe and Mane. She has created “the” place to get your hair-did. Master of the Mane… get it. Tune in, you don’t want to miss out on this firecracker of an entrepreneur and business.

  • Market Meets: Beleza Coffee Bar

    July 14th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  8 mins 50 secs
    boulder, boulderco, bouldercolorado, business, colorado, entrepreneur, handmade, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight, marketmeet, marketrealestate, shoplocal, shopsmall smallbusinessowner, smallbusiness, supportlocal, supportsmallbusiness

    We had the pleasure of sitting down with the owners of Beleza Coffee Bar. Greg Lefcourt and Nafisa (Nafie) Ramos. We are inspired by their stories and how they got to where they are today. Greg started pouring coffee in this exact location of 2608 Broadway almost 20 years ago and since has helped influence the coffee culture and community of Boulder. Tune in this week to learn more about Greg’s journey to becoming the King of Caf!

  • Market Meets: Hurdle's Jewely

    June 29th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  13 mins 24 secs
    boulder, boulderco, bouldercolorado, colorado, downtownboulder, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight, marketmeet, marketrealestate, pearlstreet

    Hurdles Jewelry is the longest running business on the Pearl Street Mall. For over 75 years the Hurdle family has graced Boulder with its curated selection of diamonds to semi-precious gems to watches to vintage consignment pieces. This family treasure is located 1402 Pearl Street and has no plans of leaving. Listen in this week to learn about new jewelry trends like lab grown diamonds and more.

  • Market Meets: Dream City Tattoo

    June 15th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  10 mins 39 secs
    art, artist, blackandgreytattoo, blackwork, entrepreneur, ink, inked, instagood, love, supportlocal, tattoo, tattooart, tattooartist, tattoodesign, tattooed, tattooer, tattooideas, tattooing, tattooink, tattooist, tattoolife, tattoos, tattoostyle, traditionaltattoo

    We visited with Jeremy Keith of Dream City Tattoo located in the lower level of 1200 Pearl. We learned all about how they created two thriving storefronts; one client, one tattoo and one piece of art at a time. We promise you don’t want to miss this episode. Listen in to learn more about the art of tattooing.

  • Market Meets: Q1 2022 Market Update

    June 1st, 2022  |  Season 2  |  19 mins 47 secs
    boulder, colorado, market real estate, market update, quarter 1 market update

    Despite the lingering effects of the pandemic, Boulder continues to be a behemoth of opportunity and determination, snow-balling through the first quarter of 2022 with a rush of new dreams, ideas, and deals.

  • Market Meets: Jasper's Splash Zone

    May 18th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  7 mins 44 secs
    business, dockjumping, dog, dogdockjumping, doglife, doglover, dogs, dogsofinstagram, dogtrainer, dogtraining, entrepreneur, handmade, lafayetteco, lafayettecolorado, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight, marketmeet, marketrealestate, shoplocal, shopsmall smallbusinessowner, smallbusiness, splash, supportlocal, supportsmallbusiness, swim

    Come and visit Jasper’s Splash Zone at 1720 Majestic Drive in Lafayette Colorado with Heidi and Rachel.

  • Market Meets: Magoo's Cards, Kicks and Clothes

    May 4th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  10 mins 39 secs
    adidas, airjordan, airmax, fashion, football, hypebeast, jordan, kicks, love, nba, nike, nikeairmax, nikeshoes, offwhite, shoes, sneakerhead, sneakers, sportscardscollector, style, thehobby, tradingcardcollector, yeezy

    This week we had the pleasure of meeting Jacob Maged, the owner, entrepreneur and sports card enthusiast of Magoo’s Cards, Kicks, and Clothes on Pearl Street.

  • Market Meets: Mabel & Moss

    April 20th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  7 mins 53 secs
    ecofashion, ecofriendly, ethicalfashion, fashion, handmade, recycle, shoplocal, slowfashion, style, sustainability, sustainable, sustainableclothing, sustainablefashion, sustainableliving, vintage, vintageclothing, vintagefashion, vintagestyle

    Mabel & Moss is new to Boulder but not a new concept or company. Michele brought Mabel & Moss here from Louisville, KY and just opened here in Boulder. You do not want to miss this weeks episode.

  • Market Meets: Timber Trade Co.

    April 6th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  6 mins 43 secs
    boutique, business, clothingbrand, entrepreneur, fashion, handmade, japanesedenim, lifestyleapparel, men, mensapparel, mensboutique, mensclothing, mensfashion, mensgear, mensstyle, menswear, newdrip, onlineshopping, shoplocal, shopsmall, shopsmall smallbusinessowner, smallbusiness, streetstyle, streetwear, style, supportlocal, supportsmallbusiness

    Josh Greenley opened Timber Trade Company in Rino first but moved his store to Boulder in late 2021.His new location is at 1717 Pearl Street. Turns out, he believes 30s and 40’s year men are much more hip and with it in Boulder than in Denver. Now we know. With a passion for amazing craftsmanship and quality products, Josh curates the best inventory including Stetson hats and Japanese denim jeans that he hems in store for the perfect fit. Stop by his storefront, say hello, relax and get comfortable in the retro orange patio chairs and more importantly your new wardrobe!!

  • Market Meets: Pearl Convenience

    March 23rd, 2022  |  Season 2  |  9 mins 28 secs
    boulder, boulderco, bouldercolorado, colorado, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight, marketmeetpodcast, marketrealestate

    We had the pleasure this week of meeting Dan and Ellen of Pearl Convenience, at 1640 Pearl Street . They are a mother and son team. Dan grew up outside Washington DC with the dream (and vision) of becoming an entrepreneur and opening a cash and carry business. You’ll have to listen in to hear the story of how Ellen started as a “silent” partner and now is quickly becoming the Jewish Mom of East Pearl. Also, you must follow these guys on social media to see what products are new to not only the store but to the USA. Ugh, we are hungry just thinking about it, better head over to Pearl Convenience.

  • Market Meets: Plante

    March 9th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  6 mins 21 secs
    business, entrepreneur, gardening, handmade, houseplant, houseplants, indoorjungle, indoorplants, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight plantstore, marketmeet, marketrealestate, plant, plantlove, plantlover, plantlovers, plantmoms, plants, plantsaddict, plantsarefriends, plantshop, plantslover, plantsmakepeoplehappy, plantsofinstagram, plantsplantsplants, plantstagram, shoplocal, shopsmall smallbusinessowner, smallbusiness, succulents, supportlocal, supportsmallbusiness, urbanjungle

    Come visit Plante at 375 McCaslin Boulevard in Louisville, Colorado.

  • Market Meets: Paul's Coffee and Tea

    February 23rd, 2022  |  Season 2  |  5 mins 16 secs
    business, cafe, coffeeaddict, coffeelover, coffeelovers, coffeeshop, coffeetime, colorado, entrepreneur, espresso, handmade, louisville, louisvilleco, louisvillecolorado, love, marketboulder, marketbusinessspotlight coffee, marketmeet, marketrealestate, marshallfire, shoplocal, shopsmall smallbusinessowner, smallbusiness, supportlocal, supportsmallbusiness

    Come visit Paul's Coffee and Tea at 956 W. Cherry Street in Louisville, CO with Rachel & Heidi.

  • Market Meets: Isabel McDevitt with Boulder Bridge House

    May 12th, 2020  |  Season 1  |  28 mins 18 secs
    boulder bridge house, bridge house, charity, colorado, community, david devine, heidi schamber, home insecure, homeless community, homeless shelters, homelessness, isabel mcdevitt, market meets, non-profit, opportunity, rachel rohrig, shelters, work force

    Today we have the pleasure of speaking with one of Boulder’s Philanthropic warriors, Isabel McDevitt. Isabel currently is the CEO for Bridge House, which is a non-profit that supports the homeless population of Boulder and Beyond. She is impactful and passionate about creating new and unique opportunities in the workforce for this population. Get ready to get goosebumps for the incredible work BridgeHouse and Isabel are doing for our community.

  • Market Meets: David Janowiec with The Recess Factory

    April 21st, 2020  |  Season 1  |  30 mins 30 secs
    boulder, colorado, david janowiec, erie, event planning, events, heidi schamber, hockey, market meets, mud run, obstacle course, planning events, podcast, pond hockey, rachel rohig, the recess factory

    Our goal at The Recess Factory is to provide effective, unique, and impactful solutions designed to boost your event, be it small or a large organization.
    Our team designs a solution tailored specifically to the needs of your situation in order to ensure you achieve your dreams of success. We all have dreams, eh?
    Give us a shout, we'd love to hear about them.

  • Market Meets: Kathy Pear with Pear Project Services

    March 31st, 2020  |  Season 1  |  32 mins 29 secs
    business, business life, furniture, heidi schamber, kathy pear, market meets, market meets podcast, office, office culture, office furniture, office life, office recycle, pear project services, podcast, rachel rohrig, recycle

    Pear Project Services (PPS) helps businesses solve office furniture problems. The PPS team, led by Kathey Pear, brings creativity to the complex and often messy commercial move process. We are passionate about keeping reusable office furniture from being dumped into a landfill simply because there are no good alternatives.

    PPS does not have “not-for-profit” status. We call ourselves an NJFP, “Not Just for Profit”, organization. The revenue stream that we generate from facilities decommissioning and product resale must cover the cost of our labor, vehicles, warehouse facility rental, and other expenses. While our primary goal is to help businesses solve logistics problems and keep furniture in circulation, without a revenue stream we would not be able to keep our doors open or provide our clients with a way to “Save the Furniture”.

    We take no-longer-needed or excess furniture from larger companies and re-home as much as possible with not-for-profit groups, start-ups, and smaller companies that need good used furniture. Every project presents a unique combination of reusable products for us to donate, resell, recycle, and repurpose.

    Creativity and the sincere desire to “Save The Furniture” is our secret sauce.

    We are proud to report that only a small percentage of the furniture we handle ever ends up in a landfill.