Episode 11 of The Nightlife Podcast is a motivational and educational episode for those who have big dreams in the industry. Julio gets a visit from old-time friend Ricky Cabrera who left Miami to pursue his Football career but found himself using his public relations and marketing skills in order to live a completely different dream.
You must listen to this episode and remember that your promoting skills and relationships are a big part of the size of your dreams.
This is season 4 episode 10 of The Nightlife Podcast and I talked to Aurelio Rodriguez a legend in the Miami nightlife scene who was successful running against all odds.
His famous venue La Covacha has been around for over three decades and what was once only a mom and pops little cafeteria stop in the middle of nowhere became the place everyone had to visit every weekend.
Aurelio was my competition from day one but little did I know that I was actually learning from him along the way.
After at least one decade of direct and indirect competition, Aurelio moved on to the technology world and let me continue doing my thing. LOL
On a more serious note, I am lucky to call him a friend and that he agreed to share some of his stories here with us.
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How important is bar inventory for surviving in the nightlife and hospitality industry? Julio sits down with Jamie Edwards from Bari. Jamie es a Bar inventory expert who has helped many bring down their cost, raise their productivity and with peace of mind for the bar owner or manager. In times of crisis this may be the first place where to start. Spending a little extra will go a long way.
Check out the episode and please do not spill that drink.
Hope you enjoy Season 4 Episode 9 of The Nightlife Podcast.
In this weeks episode of The Nightlife Podcast, Julio sits down with Jason Littrell author of the book bartender as a business who tells us a bit about his story from the day his mother said he would be either a lawyer or a bartender to him building a long lasting business from behind the bar.
if you have ever thought of the possibility of joining the industry as a bartender or if you are a bartender and ever wondered how to stop being an employee and start your own business, this is the episode for you.
Finding a job during the crisis is season 4 episode 7 of The Nightlife Podcast and during this episode Julio got a chance to talk to his good friend Lina Restrepo from Infinity Personnel about the struggles that millions of unemployed in the hospitality industry are going through and how they should go about it.
If you are one of those, please listen and if you know someone who is in that uncomfortable position share it and spread the knowledge.
Episode 6 of The Nightlife Podcast tells the story of this 24 hour party girl accidentally turned nightclub owner. All from the one who lived it, the Queen of clubs herself, Tava(pronounced Tae-Va) O'Halloran.
From the United Kingdom straight to your ears.
We will be discussing her new book Queen of Clubs which spans an electric thirteen-year period, set in the heart of East London, when the most sensible in the city are sleeping. Step into the secretive and dark world of clubland and the humorous journey from a carefree 24-hour party girl to an accidental nightclub entrepreneur.
Smashing the glass ceiling in a male-dominated industry.
This episode is educational and entertaining but mostly you women out there should find it motivating.
Do grab a good glass of wine.
The Nightlife Podcast season 4 episode 5 Julio talks to Avante and Eli from Posh and they talk about solving nightlife industry problems with technology.
What are the biggest problems venues and promoters encounter?
Are there solutions out there?
Is it time for technology startups to step up?
Check out these young guys from NYC and see what they are doing about it with their own white label platform called POSH.
Being a woman in the nightlife industry is not as easy as so many may believe. In this week's episode of The Nightlife Podcast Julio talks to his friend and old coworker Angie who talks about a sore subject and brings out things that Julio has seen but has not talked about too much.
Julio promised Angie that this would be shared and the main purpose of today's episode is to help at least one woman out there who has been in this situation.
if you are a woman in the industry or a man in a position of power, you should sit back and listen to this one.
Season 4 Episode 3 of The Nightlife podcast talks about redirecting your in store clients to online raving fans.
Julio sits down with Tristen Larsen who is an expert at bringing clientele to your brick and mortar locations and has seen the need and opportunity to create new ways of helping those hospitality businesses in need.
They talk about helping businesses grow their online clientele and how to exponentially scale your business.
This applies to other markets as well so check it out no matter what your daily bread may be.
How has the crisis affected the music and entertainment industry is Season 4 episode 2 of The Nightlife Podcast. Julio takes a call from two guests, Gali and Ruben Coello from La Tribu Royale a local Miami band that has been affected by the pandemic but has been reciliant and not planning on giving up because 2020 is still their year. What are they doing to survive? Make sure to watch if you are a venue who uses live entertainment or an entertainer who plays in small venues or a musician who is suddenly not playing live.
Grab a beer and stay till the end so you can hear their new song as well.