Mark Hackel

‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 16: A Conversation with Mark Hackel

On this episode of “Everything Borrowed,” Mark Hackel, County Executive for Macomb County, joins Andrew to talk about a few of the topics we are currently facing on the home front.

Mark explains his thoughts and feelings on his job as a politician, the current issues surrounding COVID-19 and his belief to focus on the “people and not the party.”

Mark is a great guy and guest, who has gathered support from both Democratic and Republican voters by just being honest, open and having some common sense.

Watch the full interview:

Listen on Spotify:

Listen on Apple Music:

To learn more about “Everything Borrowed” and catch up on previous episodes, visit Andrew Blake’s expert profile on StartupNation.

Total
21
Shares
Previous Article
WJR Business Beat

WJR Business Beat with Jeff Sloan: Raising Money from Grant and Contest Programs (Episode 175)

Next Article
Trade References

How Trade References Can Help Your Startup Get Financing

Related Posts
top fintech startups
Read More

Top Fintech Startups in the Midwest 2022

The Midwest is rapidly becoming home to some of the best fintech startups in the country. Chicago, for instance, is becoming a top tech hub for fintech startups, seeing massive growth and funding for its companies. In Columbus, the city’s long history with top banking institutions has created a fertile ground for fintech startups to...
Read More

WJR Business Beat: Business Success Means More Than Making Money (Episode 409)

On today's Business Beat, Jeff Sloan talks with Bob Kratt of Hamilton's Propane about how business success can be measured in more ways than just the bottom line. Tune in to today's Business Beat to learn more:   Tune in to News/Talk 760 AM WJR weekday mornings at 7:11 a.m. for the WJR Business Beat....
Read More

Ned Staebler of TechTown and Wayne State University on Challenges to Equitable Economic Growth

The president and CEO of TechTown Detroit and vice president for economic development at Wayne State University, Ned Staebler, talks with Jeff Sloan about the group’s pursuit of equitable growth, funding and access to opportunity for entrepreneurs. He shares success stories, but also explains the significant changes to communities that have to occur to draw...