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These 4 Entrepreneurs Share Their Startup Stories on StartupNation Radio

On today’s episode of StartupNation Radio, Jeff interviews four entrepreneurs who share their startup stories: Tania Shah, Erin Nobles and Lisa Sigman of In The Know Legal; and Kristen Denzer of Tierra Encantada.


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First up are Tania Shah, Erin Nobles and Lisa Sigman, co-founders of In The Know Legal, a company that provides online, DIY legal templates. At launch, they’re focused on providing legal documents for life coaches and business coaches and will be expanding to other industries soon.

During the interview, Shah, Nobles and Sigman discuss:

  • Why the three saw a need for In The Know Legal after their years of experience as attorneys
  • How In The Know Legal works
  • The steps they took to get their business off the ground
  • Why entrepreneurs shouldn’t be scared of the legal aspects of business ownership
  • The benefits of having proper business contracts and protection in place

For more information, visit In The Know Legal’s official website and follow on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.



Next up, Jeff chats with Kristen Denzer, founder and CEO of Tierra Encantada, the leader in Spanish Immersion Early Education®, providing care for children ages 6 weeks through 6 years of age.

In 2013, while searching for quality early education for her young child, Denzer founded Tierra Encantada’s first location in Eagan, Minnesota. In 2019, she launched Tierra Encantada’s franchising expansion to provide access to language immersion education to families across the country.

Kristen Denzer
(Kristen Denzer)

During the segment, Denzer talks about:

  • What inspired her to launch Tierra Encantada and what makes the business unique
  • Her entrepreneurial background
  • Building the Tierra Encantada franchise
  • The successes and struggles she has experienced along the way
  • Where she sees Tierra Encantada in the next five years

For more information, visit Tierra Encantada’s official website.


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