Community Engagement, Entrepreneurship, and Connecting the Dots with Lizy Freudmann

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Nathan Stuck

Nathan Stuck is the CEO and Founder of Profitable Purpose Consulting and the Chair Of B Local Georgia (aka "Mr. B Corp Georgia").

With a firm belief that business can be a force for good, Nathan brings a passion for helping good companies become great. He’s been working with firms pursuing B Corp certification since 2016, using the B Impact Assessment to align purpose with profit.

In addition to his experience working at a B Corp, Nathan teaches an MBA level B Corp class at UGA, founded and chairs B Local Georgia, serves as a committee chair for B Academics and was awarded the 2020 Community Builder Award by B Lab.

How can entrepreneurs effectively harness the power of community engagement while being a connector to drive meaningful change in both business practices and social impact initiatives?

In today’s episode, Nathan Stuck sits down with Lizy Freudmann, founder of the strategic marketing company, One More Thing. With an interest in behavioral economics and consumer behavior, Lizy built her business around working with clients to drive specific behavioral outcomes from the customers they look to serve.

In this conversation, Nathan and Lizy delve into the importance of building relationships within your community and the transformative impact of curiosity and continuous learning. Lizy shares her journey of relocating to New Orleans and the influence it has had on her work, the importance of intentionality in supporting your community, as well as her pioneering efforts in becoming the first B Corp in Louisiana.

Stay tuned as we uncover the significance of being a dot connector and explore the role of business as a force for good with Lizy Freudmann.



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