Irvine hosts business radio talk show
The Irvine campus once again hosted The Critical Mass Radio Show. Students from a variety of business classes served as the studio audience for the program, which was broadcast live from campus. The program featured a panel of experts who discussed the basics of venture capital and the process for funding a business venture. Among the expert panelists was Dr. Monica Schulka from the School of Business and Professional Studies. Critical Mass airs on the OC Talk Radio network and was invited to broadcast on campus by Irvine faculty member Dr. Deb Ferber.
The Critical Mass Radio Show is an online business talk show with a monthly following of 18,000 business leaders running firms with annual revenues of $2 million to $100 million. The show includes interviews with Orange County’s top CEOs, executives, & entrepreneurs. The host, Richard Franzi walks through the challenges that these individuals face and the strategies they use to become higher-impact leaders. Experts also join the show to share ways that they are helping owners to grow and run their businesses efficiently.
To listen to a recording of the live broadcast visit the Critical Mass for Business podcast page.
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