Season 1: Nate Griswold-Inhabitect#10

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Inhabitect

  • Traverse City based Nate Griswold, owner of Inhabitect builds green roofs.Romy Gingras visited with Nate in a re-purposed Traverse City landmark to learn more social enterprise aspects of his small business. Social Enterprise is the most rapidly growing business sector in the United States. They are known for employing people who typically have a hard time finding work; educational programs; training programs; reinvesting profits within their communities; adding a new employer base to their regions and fulfilling other social needs.
  • Whether you are looking to make your high rise LEED certified, or your home more energy efficient, you’ll want to know more about vegetation roofing ideas. If you’re a small business owner looking for an inspiring story about doing what you love, in a place you love, you’ll want to hear how Nate, who had an established green architect career in Chicago, made the brave move back to his hometown, Traverse City, Michigan. Find out more at http://inhabitect.com/ You’ll discover how Griswold’s business is sustainable, not only for Michigan, but, for the environment.

3 Comments

  1. Francis J Gingras on 03/30/2015 at 7:02 PM

    very cool

    • Alice Fisher on 04/24/2015 at 6:35 PM

      Great show and relevant to the times! I will post your show to my ever growing list of Twitter followers and the media I am following.

      The only thing I might offer is make sure you or those your interviewing have a call to action like go to a website http:…., Questions?, email us at xxxxxx, or continue the conversation @……,

      Oh, one more thing…and are you going to have similar business enterprise sponsors in your podcast show?

      • Romy Gingras on 04/24/2015 at 8:14 PM

        Alice,
        Thank you for your comments. We all at Gingras Global are very proud of our podcast, The Bonfires of Social Enterprise, and we’re happy that you’re following us. I’ll take your suggestions into consideration. All ideas, and underwriting; sponsorship ideas are most welcome to help us defray the costs of producing our podcast. If you know of any individuals or organizations that would be a good fit please do not hesitate to reach out to me at deveop@gingrasglobal.com
        Sincerely,
        Romy-aka-The Bonfires Lady.

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