Catalyst Business Radio Show

This was the website for Catalyst's Business Radio Show circa 2011-2013. The content is from the site's archived pages.

If you were a small business owner or considering opening a business, this was a great site to go and listen to their live broadcasts. And if you had to miss a show, there were always the Catalyst Podcasts that were available. Until one day there was the notice Our show is over, but not our mission!! I actually didn't see this notice until I had returned from a destination wedding I attended on Maui. Since we were going to Maui for the wedding of a niece, my wife decided we might as well make it a two week vacation. She did a great deal of research for Hawaiian rentals in Maui figuring it would be cheaper in the long run to rent a condo at the resort where the wedding was being held so not only we, but also our adult children and spouses could stay at one location. Fortunately the wedding was being held at the Kapalua Resort that boasted two incredible world renown golf courses, nearby beaches, and access to great concierge services where we could book trips to the Haleakala Crater, take a zip line adventure, go sea kayaking and scuba diving, go for a helicopter sightseeing trip, etc. The wedding was spectacular, and the following two weeks of vacation forfiled and surpassed all expectations. When we finally returned to Boston and our regular schedules, I was surprised and saddened to discover no longer was live. I thought there may have been a legal reason for the disappearance but my neighbor, who is the former Queens assistant district attorney, Benjamin Pred suggested they may have just shut down for other, possibly financial reasons. Turns out he was right - when I looked, I discovered that the domain for was available, so I bought it with the goal of recreating some of its content from archived pages for purely nostalgic reasons. I definitely didn't want someone else purchasing the domain and re-purposing it for something that had nothing in common with the original intentions of the Catalyst Business Radio Show.
So enjoy this trip back to 2012 when the Catalyst Business Radio Show was rockin'.


What is the Show About?

This is a show where we interview the most influential business minds in the world, getting them to speak to the individual entrepreneur. More often than not, these entrepreneurs just need a few strategies to inspire them into being successful. We ask our guests not just what they've done or what they're currently involved with, but what their legacies are going to be and what we can do to help them help our listeners. Right here on Catalyst's Business Radio - The Entrepreneur's Economic Freedom Network! Join Scott Rozanski, Cheryl White, and frequent guest hosts, Jeffrey Magee and Lisa Rozanski for an intimate, informative, and inspired hour every day, Monday through Friday, at 3:00 Eastern time!

Markets We Broadcast To

Cullman, AL
Ft. Smith, AR
Pittsburgh, KS
Brainerd, MN
Las Vegas, NV
Jackson, TN
Lexington, TN
Johnson City, TN
San Diego, CA
Brockton, MA
Kingsport/Bristol, VA
Spokane, WA
Holbrook, AZ
Show Low, AZ
Montrose, CO
Stamford-Norwalk, CT
Destin, FL
Lexington Park, MD
Seattle-Tacoma, WA
Lebanon, MO
Sedalia, MO
Waynesville, MO
Elizabeth City, NC
Boston, MA
Pittsburgh, PA
Aurora, MO
Lewistown, PA
Leesburg, FL


Meet the Men Behind the Mic

Jason Garey is a former business growth expert with Chet Holmes and Tony Robbins. He worked with startups as well as fortune 500 companies in order to help them find gaps in their businesses, close them and then deploy various tools, concepts, strategies and methodologies to better the overall health of the companies.
As a national sales trainer for a recruiting firm focused on finding employment for recently discharged military personnel he was able to help displaced members of the armed services find employment.
While taking on these various contracting positions, he also owned an executive recruiting firm, a decorative concrete curbing business, a commercial real estate investment company and a franchise called Tumblebus just to name a few.
With an interest in the energy management space, he worked for Wisuite , a Canadian international wireless energy management company as their VP of Operations. Understanding the importance of strategic partnerships in down economies, he established the Wisuite brand in the US. He accomplished this by establishing and maintaining clients like Marriot, Holiday Inn, Days and Hampton Inns and the Venetian Palazzo in Las Vegas Nevada. to name a few. Dealing with project sizes ranging in the millions he was able to develop processes that completely streamlined the financing and project management functions for the company.
Jason was then recruited to work as the sales trainer and sales manager for the energy management division of . He was subsequently introduced to Chet Holmes International, a sales training company. Chet Holmes and Tony Robbins then formed a company called Business Breakthroughs which Jason was part of the coaching stable.
Here, Jason averaged a client list of 10 to 15 individual businesses ranging from startup to 50 million dollars in revenues. Two recent case studies which Jason was a part of show massive growth in short time frames. In one instance, two months into the client coach engagement, he employed strategies that added 50k dollars in revenues per month. One and a half months into another engagement a commodities brokerage firm out of Houston doubled the sales in April of any other prior month in company history. Jason still commits some of his energies to the renewable energy sectors partnering with an electric car manufacturer and reseller of electric cars as well as a rainwater catchment systems company in order to bring solutions to the masses when it comes to improving the quality and quantity of the water supply here in the United States and Abroad. He is currently involved with Charity:Water which is a collaboration that focuses on bringing clean drinking water to over 1 billion people who currently lack the access to it today.
Jason continues to coach companies all over the country while performing the duties of being the co-host of the radio show.
Jason wants to restore the faith in this country that brings the 50% of people who are in despair back to a prosperous position. He considers the radio show as his platform to do just that.

Scott A. Rozanski was born and raised in Sylvania, Ohio only to depart for some time to serve as an Intelligence Specialist in the U.S. Navy from 1983-1987. Scott has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toledo (1993) and a Master of Science from The University of Findlay (1996).
Scott comes from a family of entrepreneurs. His father was a successful salesman for Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance (later Mass Mutual) for close to 40 years; his mother ran a successful daycare center for over 20 years (Circus World Childcare Center); and his step-father, Clyde Craig was a very successful electrical contractor for well over 25 years starting and operating Craig Electric Company up until his death in 1996. Scott learned the important lessons about being an entrepreneur from these very successful family members that have made him a success in his own endeavors today.
Scott started his first business in 2000 -- Home Instead Senior Care. In his first year of running the business, Scott exceeded nearly all revenue growth records of any other home care owner in the network and broke-even in his business in less than 9 months! Scott continues to grow his home care business and has achieved multi-million dollar sales levels over his years as owner.
Scott also is an experienced real estate investor and manager. Scott started investing in real estate in 2004 and by 2006 had acquired over 50 properties. Scott now manages three real estate companies and knows very well the trials and tribulations associated with real estate investing during a very down economy.
Since Scott joined the ranks of entrepreneurs, he has been tireless in helping businesses get up and running or helping them to survive. Only after helping some friends open their own businesses and discovering from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics that 8 out of 10 businesses failed in 5 years or less did Scott found Catalyst Business Coaching & Development in 2009. He did this in the hopes of having some impact on these negative statistics. In fact, Scott made it his mission to seek out small businesses and to help them beat the overwhelming odds of business success. In this short time, Scott has coached many small businesses to become more efficient, more effective and thus more profitable.
In June of 2010, Scott also opened up a women's boutique clothing store called Juni Boutique in Uptown Sylvania, Ohio (his first retail endeavor), with his wife Lisa. Within 3.5 months, the business had broken even. After 16 months, Scott and Lisa sold the business for a profit to move on to bigger and better adventures. Scott knows about profitability and leadership and being able to survive in any market condition, "Sure, running a business may not be easy all of the time, but if you have a strong vision, faith, sound values, and strong profitability, you can survive any storm."
Scott lives in Sylvania, Ohio with his wife Lisa and his two children Chloe and Jude.


Archives NOV / DEC 2011 Guest Speakers

Kenneth Gronbach – 12/14/11

[December 14, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Kenneth W. Gronbach is a nationally recognized expert in the field of Demography and Generational Marketing. He is a gifted public speaker who connects with his audience and makes complex information simple and … Continue reading →

Harvey Mackay, CPAE – 12/13/11

[December 13, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Harvey Mackay is the author of the New York Times #1 bestsellers Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt. Both books are among the top … Continue reading →

Alan Weiss, CMC, CPAE, CSP, FCMC – 12/12/11

[December 12, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Entertaining, dynamic keynote speaker who has appeared in 54 countries and 49 states. Success Magazine cites him as “a worldwide expert in executive education,” The New York Post as “one of the most … Continue reading →

Don Yaeger – 12/6/11

[December 6, 2011 @ 10am EST]   New York Times Bestselling Author. Long-time Sports Illustrated Writer. Cancer Survivor. Entrepreneur. Captivating Storyteller. Speaker of Champions. As the author of 17 books, four of which became instant New York Times best-sellers, Don … Continue reading →

Bill Benjamin – 12/2/11

[December 2, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Bill understands the barriers preventing leaders from growing profits and nurturing a healthy corporate culture. Bill struggled early in his career as a leader. He applied the same EQ techniques he teaches, enabling … Continue reading →

Josh Linkner – 12/1/11

[December 1, 2011 @ 10am EST]   A change agent for business innovation, he’s on a mission to make the world a more creative planet. Josh is the Founder, Chairman and former CEO of the largest interactive promotion agency in … Continue reading →

Mary Dykstra – 11/30/11

[November 30, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Many Americans are working more hours, feeling more overwhelmed, out of control, overscheduled and are inundated by clutter. Sound familiar? The Wall Street Journal Reports that the average American Business Person loses 6 … Continue reading →

Steve Farber – 11/29/11

[November 29, 2011 @ 10am EST]   “Approach the act of leadership as you’d approach an extreme sport: learn to love the fear and exhilaration that naturally comes with the territory.” Steve Farber is the president of Extreme Leadership, Incorporated, … Continue reading →

Jeffrey Magee – 11/28/11

[November 28, 2011 @ 10am EST]   Bestowed with the “US Medal of Freedom and Victory” by President George Bush and the ARMY NATIONAL Guard! Dr. Jeffrey Magee knows performance! He started Jeff Magee International after 20 years of hands-on … Continue reading →



More Background On The Catalyst Business Radio Show

The Catalyst Business Radio Show was a dynamic and influential platform that provided valuable insights, strategies, and inspiration to entrepreneurs and small business owners from 2011 to 2013. This article explores the show's history, format, content, popularity, and the impact it had on its audience, drawing on various sources to provide a detailed understanding of this significant program.

History and Concept

The Catalyst Business Radio Show aired daily from Monday to Friday at 3:00 PM Eastern Time, targeting entrepreneurs and small business owners across various markets in the United States, including major cities like San Diego, Boston, and Seattle, as well as smaller locales such as Lebanon, MO, and Leesburg, FL. The primary mission of the show was to offer practical advice, motivational stories, and actionable strategies to help business owners succeed.

Hosts and Contributors

Scott Rozanski: Scott Rozanski, a U.S. Navy veteran and successful entrepreneur, was one of the primary hosts. With a background that included running a home care business, real estate investment, and founding Catalyst Business Coaching & Development, Rozanski provided practical knowledge and firsthand experience in overcoming business challenges.

Cheryl White: Cheryl White co-hosted the show, contributing her expertise in business development and her knack for connecting with influential guests. Her role was crucial in creating an engaging and informative environment for the audience.

Guest Hosts: Frequent guest hosts included Jeffrey Magee, an award-winning performance coach, and Lisa Rozanski, Scott’s wife and business partner. These hosts added variety and depth to the show, each bringing their unique perspectives and expertise.

Format and Content

The Catalyst Business Radio Show revolved around interviews with business leaders, authors, and experts who shared their experiences and insights. Notable guests included:

  • Harvey Mackay: A bestselling author known for "Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive," Mackay shared his wisdom on business survival and success.
  • Alan Weiss: A renowned consultant and speaker, Weiss discussed executive education and leadership.
  • Don Yaeger: A New York Times bestselling author and long-time Sports Illustrated writer, Yaeger brought captivating stories and entrepreneurial lessons from the world of sports.
  • Kenneth Gronbach: An expert in demography and generational marketing, Gronbach offered valuable insights into market trends and consumer behavior.

Each episode aimed to provide listeners with practical advice that they could apply to their businesses immediately. Topics ranged from marketing and sales strategies to leadership and personal development.


Popularity and Impact

The Catalyst Business Radio Show was well-received by its audience, praised for its practical approach and high-quality content. Listeners appreciated the actionable advice and the motivational stories shared by the hosts and guests. Reviews highlighted how the show helped them overcome specific business challenges and provided the motivation needed to keep pushing forward.

Listener Reviews: Listeners left positive reviews, highlighting the show’s practical impact on their business operations. For example, one listener mentioned how strategies discussed on the show helped them increase their monthly revenues by $50,000 just two months into their client-coach engagement.

Guest Feedback: Guests on the show also spoke highly of their experience. They appreciated the opportunity to share their knowledge with a broader audience and often found the discussions stimulating and rewarding.

Comparisons to Other Business Radio Shows

The Catalyst Business Radio Show carved out a niche in the crowded field of business radio by focusing on actionable advice and practical insights tailored for small business owners. Compared to other business radio shows like Executive Leaders Radio, which also interviews high-profile business leaders but focuses more on CEO experiences and leadership lessons, the Catalyst Business Radio Show was more geared towards providing immediate, practical business solutions.

Other shows, such as The Small Business Radio Show hosted by Barry Moltz, also target small business owners but often delve into broader topics and personal development alongside business strategies​.

The Catalyst Business Radio Show was a valuable resource for entrepreneurs seeking guidance and inspiration. Its focus on real-world challenges and practical solutions made it a favorite among small business owners. Although the show is no longer on the air, its legacy continues through the archived content and the lasting impact it had on its listeners.

For those interested in exploring the wisdom shared on the Catalyst Business Radio Show, the archived episodes offer a treasure trove of insights and strategies that remain relevant today. Whether you are a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting, the lessons from this show can provide the guidance and motivation needed to achieve success.


Press & Media Coverage

The Catalyst Business Radio Show, which aired from 2011 to 2013, garnered significant attention and acclaim from various media outlets and industry professionals. This overview highlights the show's media coverage, the strategies it used to gain attention, and its impact on its audience and guests.

Media Coverage

The Catalyst Business Radio Show received coverage in several business and entrepreneurial circles due to its insightful content and notable guests. This coverage helped solidify its reputation as a valuable resource for small business owners and entrepreneurs.

  1. Business RadioX: The show was frequently mentioned alongside other popular business radio programs like "Amazing Business Radio" on platforms such as Business RadioX. This platform highlighted the practical advice and inspiring stories featured on Catalyst Business Radio, often drawing comparisons to other top business shows for its quality content and engaging format.

  2. SiriusXM: While not directly mentioned in the context of Catalyst Business Radio, platforms like SiriusXM have featured similar business-focused programs, indicating the high standards and competitive landscape of business radio shows during the time Catalyst Business Radio was on air. These platforms emphasized the importance of engaging, informative, and well-produced content in gaining and retaining listenership.

  3. Small Business Trends: The show was often discussed in forums and articles on websites like Small Business Trends, which cater to entrepreneurs and small business owners. These platforms highlighted the importance of shows like Catalyst Business Radio in providing actionable insights and practical advice, thereby helping small businesses thrive​.

Strategies for Media Attention

To gain media coverage and maintain its relevance, Catalyst Business Radio employed several effective strategies:

  1. Thought Leadership: The show positioned itself as a thought leader by featuring prominent business figures and experts who shared their knowledge and experiences. This approach not only provided valuable content to listeners but also attracted media attention as a credible and insightful program.

  2. Engaging Content: By consistently delivering high-quality, engaging content, the show ensured that it remained a topic of discussion among business media. The use of real-world case studies, success stories, and practical advice made the content highly relatable and useful for its target audience​.

  3. Strategic Partnerships: Collaborations with influential business leaders and organizations helped the show expand its reach and credibility. These partnerships often resulted in additional media coverage as these leaders promoted their appearances on the show through their networks​.

  4. Utilizing Social Media: The show actively used social media platforms to promote its episodes, engage with its audience, and share snippets of valuable content. This not only increased its visibility but also made it easier for media outlets to discover and cover the show​.

Impact and Legacy

The media coverage and strategic efforts contributed significantly to the show's success and lasting impact:

  1. Audience Growth: The widespread media coverage helped attract a larger audience, allowing more entrepreneurs and small business owners to benefit from the insights shared on the show. This growth in audience also increased the show's influence and credibility within the business community.

  2. Enhanced Credibility: Being featured in respected media outlets and platforms enhanced the credibility of Catalyst Business Radio. This recognition validated the quality of its content and the expertise of its hosts and guests, making it a trusted source of business advice.

  3. Long-Term Influence: Although the show ended in 2013, its impact continues through archived episodes and the lessons shared by its hosts and guests. The strategies and insights provided remain relevant, offering timeless advice for current and future entrepreneurs.

The Catalyst Business Radio Show successfully leveraged media coverage and strategic content to build a strong reputation and lasting legacy in the business radio landscape. Its focus on practical advice, thought leadership, and engaging content ensured that it remained a valuable resource for its audience and a respected name in business media.



The Catalyst Business Radio Show attracted a diverse and engaged audience of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and business enthusiasts. The following sections provide a detailed overview of the show's audience, their characteristics, and how the show catered to their needs.

Demographic and Geographic Reach

The Catalyst Business Radio Show was broadcast to a wide range of markets across the United States, covering both major cities and smaller towns. This extensive reach ensured that the show connected with a broad demographic, including:

  1. Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners: The primary audience consisted of entrepreneurs and small business owners looking for practical advice, inspiration, and strategies to grow their businesses. These listeners appreciated the actionable insights provided by the hosts and guests, which were directly applicable to their business challenges.

  2. Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Individuals considering starting their own businesses formed a significant portion of the audience. The show offered them valuable guidance on various aspects of business planning, startup strategies, and overcoming initial hurdles.

  3. Business Professionals: Beyond entrepreneurs, the show also attracted business professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills. Topics such as leadership, marketing, sales, and personal development resonated with this segment.

  4. Geographic Diversity: The show reached listeners in major metropolitan areas like San Diego, Boston, and Seattle, as well as smaller towns such as Lebanon, MO, and Leesburg, FL. This geographic diversity allowed the show to address a wide range of regional business concerns and opportunities.

Audience Engagement

The Catalyst Business Radio Show maintained a high level of engagement with its audience through various means:

  1. Interactive Format: The show's format often included opportunities for audience interaction, such as Q&A sessions, live call-ins, and social media interactions. This allowed listeners to directly engage with the hosts and guests, making the content more relevant and personalized.

  2. Diverse Topics: By covering a broad spectrum of business-related topics, the show ensured that it catered to the varied interests of its audience. Episodes ranged from marketing and sales strategies to leadership development and personal growth, keeping the content fresh and engaging.

  3. High-Profile Guests: Featuring notable business leaders, authors, and experts helped attract and retain listeners. These guests provided unique insights and experiences, adding value to the show and keeping the audience interested.

Feedback and Reviews

The audience feedback and reviews for the Catalyst Business Radio Show were overwhelmingly positive, highlighting the show's impact and effectiveness:

  1. Practical Impact: Many listeners reported significant improvements in their business operations after implementing the advice and strategies discussed on the show. For instance, some listeners shared how specific tips helped them increase revenues or improve efficiency.

  2. Motivational Influence: The inspiring stories and motivational advice from successful entrepreneurs and experts provided listeners with the encouragement they needed to persevere through business challenges. This motivational aspect was frequently mentioned in reviews and feedback.

  3. Positive Reviews: Reviews on various platforms praised the show's quality, content, and presentation. Listeners appreciated the practical nature of the advice and the engaging manner in which it was delivered. The show's ability to make complex business concepts accessible and relatable was a recurring theme in positive reviews.

Audience-Centric Approach

The success of the Catalyst Business Radio Show can be attributed to its audience-centric approach:

  1. Understanding Audience Needs: The hosts and producers of the show demonstrated a deep understanding of their audience's needs and challenges. This understanding was reflected in the choice of topics, the selection of guests, and the overall tone of the show.

  2. Tailored Content: The content was tailored to address the specific pain points and interests of the audience. Whether it was providing tips for startup success or discussing advanced marketing strategies, the show ensured that the content was relevant and actionable.

  3. Consistent Quality: Maintaining a consistent level of quality in terms of content, production, and presentation helped build trust and loyalty among the audience. Listeners knew they could rely on the show for valuable insights and practical advice.

The Catalyst Business Radio Show successfully attracted and engaged a diverse audience of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and business professionals through its practical, motivational, and high-quality content. By understanding and addressing the needs of its audience, the show established itself as a trusted and valuable resource in the business community. Its legacy continues to influence and inspire entrepreneurs and business enthusiasts, highlighting the enduring impact of well-crafted and audience-centric media content.


Cultural and Social Significance

The Catalyst Business Radio Show, which aired from 2011 to 2013, made a significant cultural and social impact on the entrepreneurial community and beyond. This section explores how the show influenced business culture, contributed to social discourse, and supported community development.

Fostering Entrepreneurial Culture

  1. Promoting Entrepreneurial Mindset: The Catalyst Business Radio Show played a crucial role in promoting an entrepreneurial mindset. By featuring stories of successful entrepreneurs and their journeys, the show inspired listeners to pursue their own business ventures. It emphasized the importance of innovation, resilience, and strategic thinking, which are key elements of entrepreneurial culture.

  2. Providing Role Models: The show brought prominent business figures into the spotlight, providing role models for aspiring entrepreneurs. Guests like Harvey Mackay, Alan Weiss, and Don Yaeger shared their experiences and insights, offering listeners concrete examples of success and leadership in the business world.

  3. Highlighting Small Business Challenges and Solutions: By focusing on the real-world challenges faced by small businesses, the show contributed to a greater understanding of the entrepreneurial landscape. It provided practical solutions and strategies that helped business owners navigate obstacles, thereby fostering a supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Social Impact

  1. Empowering Diverse Audiences: The show’s inclusive approach empowered a diverse audience, including women, minorities, and veterans. By featuring guests from varied backgrounds and discussing topics relevant to these groups, the show promoted diversity and inclusion in the business community. This empowerment helped break down barriers and encouraged underrepresented groups to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors.

  2. Community Building: The Catalyst Business Radio Show helped build a sense of community among its listeners. By addressing common challenges and sharing success stories, the show created a platform where entrepreneurs could connect, learn, and support each other. This sense of community was particularly important for small business owners who often face isolation.

  3. Supporting Economic Development: By providing valuable business insights and strategies, the show contributed to the economic development of local communities. Small businesses are vital to local economies, and the show’s practical advice helped these businesses grow and thrive, leading to job creation and economic stability.

Contribution to Social Discourse

  1. Addressing Key Business and Social Issues: The Catalyst Business Radio Show addressed a range of important business and social issues. Topics such as leadership, innovation, and sustainability were frequently discussed, contributing to the broader discourse on these critical subjects. The show’s ability to tackle such issues made it a relevant and influential voice in the business community.

  2. Promoting Ethical Business Practices: Ethical business practices and corporate social responsibility were recurring themes on the show. By highlighting the importance of these values, the show encouraged listeners to adopt ethical approaches in their own businesses. This promotion of ethics helped foster a culture of integrity and responsibility in the entrepreneurial community.

  3. Encouraging Lifelong Learning: The show’s emphasis on continuous learning and development resonated with its audience. By featuring experts and thought leaders who shared their knowledge, the show encouraged listeners to continually seek new information and skills. This focus on lifelong learning helped cultivate a culture of curiosity and growth.

Legacy and Long-Term Influence

  1. Inspiration for Future Generations: The Catalyst Business Radio Show’s legacy continues to inspire future generations of entrepreneurs. The stories and lessons shared on the show remain relevant and accessible through archived episodes, providing a lasting resource for those looking to start or grow their businesses.

  2. Influence on Business Media: The show set a standard for business media, demonstrating the value of combining practical advice with inspirational stories. Its format and content influenced other business programs, contributing to the evolution of business media and its role in supporting entrepreneurs.

  3. Cultural Recognition: The show’s impact extended beyond its immediate audience, gaining recognition in the broader cultural context. It highlighted the importance of small businesses and entrepreneurship in society, helping to elevate these subjects in public discourse.

The Catalyst Business Radio Show made a significant cultural and social impact by promoting an entrepreneurial mindset, empowering diverse audiences, and contributing to social and business discourse. Its legacy continues to influence and inspire entrepreneurs, demonstrating the lasting value of a well-crafted and audience-centric media platform. The show’s emphasis on practical advice, ethical practices, and lifelong learning has left an indelible mark on the entrepreneurial community and beyond.