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44:05

Sweating It Out

John Henry spins through Harlem to help a cycle studio struggling to streamline.
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3:07

A Black Female Founder on Her Unconventional Path to Entrepreneurship

Harlem Cycle founder Tammeca on her path from mechanical engineering to marketing to owning and operating her own cycling studio.
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0:30

Sweating It Out (Trailer)

John Henry spins through Harlem to help a local cycling studio.
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44:04

Printer Problems

John Henry helps a young 3D printing company rethink their entire business model.
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5:32

Pitching an Investor as a VC Firm

The Harlem Capital partners pitch real estate magnate Ron Moelis on their mission to "do well and do good" as a diversity focused VC fund.
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44:04

Moonshine Makeover

Distillery owners aspire to bring Puerto Rican moonshine to the top shelf.
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0:30

Printer Problems (Trailer)

John Henry helps a young 3D printing company rethink their entire business model.
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3:49

Crafting a Signature Cocktail

To popularize their product in the American market, the Port Morris Distillery founders turn to mixologist Karl Franz Williams to ideate a signature pitorro cocktail.
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4:04

Blind Taste Testing Spirits

Port Morris Distillery pitorro goes head-to-head against their American competitors in a blind taste test comparing price and product.
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0:30

Moonshine Makeover

Distillery owners aspire to bring Puerto Rican moonshine to the top shelf.
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44:04

Taboo Down There

Pubic hair product founders work to be taken seriously in the business world.
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3:16

Navigating the World of Digital Advertising

John Henry enlists the expertise of Professor Jennifer Grygiel to help the Fur founders navigate the complexities and subjectivities of social media advertising.
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0:30

Taboo Down There

Pubic hair product founders work to be taken seriously in the business world.
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44:04

Trouble Uptown

John Henry works with streetwear store owners struggling to keep their doors open.
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3:15

In the Red

In a make it or break it moment, Bronx Native must face their $20,000 debt to a vendor.
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4:04

Influencer Marketing with Dandy in the Bronx

Bronx Native turns to fashion blogger Dandy in the Bronx to help raise the profile of their streetwear line.
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0:30

Trouble Uptown

John Henry works with streetwear store owners struggling to keep their doors open.
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44:04

Time to Make the Donuts

John Henry hopes to turn a donut-making duo into successful businessmen.
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3:28

Branding and Core Values

To create a sustainable, franchisable brand, John Henry helps the dynamic duo behind Cuzin’s Duzin to identify their core values.
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4:04

Breaking Down the Elevator Pitch

Public speaking coach Kelsey Crouch helps Cuzin's Duzins duo Todd and Eric nail the three parts of the elevator pitch.
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1:46

Money and Motivation: Profit and the Next Level

With her family and John Henry supporting her, Wen-Jay looks for a motivation beyond profit to take Local Roots NYC to the next level.
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0:30

Time to Make the Donuts

John Henry hopes to turn a donut-making duo into successful businessmen.
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43:54

In the Weeds

John plants the seeds for a produce co-op to grow into a sustainable company.
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4:04

Balancing Profit and Impact as a Social Entrepreneur

Local Roots NYC founder Wen-Jay connects with FEED founder Lauren Bush Lauren to discuss the challenges of the social entrepreneur business model.
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