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Entrepreneurship and building a startup comes with a long list of challenges. Rewarding challenges, but unpleasant challenges nonetheless. Entrepreneurs, particularly first-timers, experience a whole list of startup challenges in their beginning years. A lot of them attempt to establish the brand, change and develop to match or surpass the competition, and try to be extremely profitable. And the challenges of starting a startup doesn’t stop just there. But it’s possible to move past the challenges, as long as you have the right mindset and build the right team.

On today’s episode of the Igniting Startups podcast, you’ll get to hear from two fantastic founders who met in college. Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel are the co-founders of EVAmore, a Nashville, Tennessee based company that connects event planners with vetted live entertainment. Since launching EVAmore in 2015, they have expanded into several different markets including Austin and Atlanta, with additional cities underway.

In this episode, Channing and Makenzie will share their experience of going through Nashville Entrepreneur Center and the many challenges they faced along their entrepreneurial journey. Along with how it’s possible to move past these difficult entrepreneurial challenges, as long as you have the right mindset and a great team. Tune in for more! 

In this episode with Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel, you’ll learn:

  • How Channing and Makenzie founded EVAmore
  • Advice on how to face challenges as an entrepreneur
  • What’s it like working in music tech industry
  • What makes Nashville’s / Tennessee’s tech industry so unique

Please enjoy this conversation with Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel!

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