“I’ve spent a lot of time with earlier start up film people helping them start their business, because I’m an entrepreneur first and have been making my own money since I was a kid. I’ve never really had a real job…I’ve been an entrepreneur and have learned all of the ups and downs of that path.” — Greg Hemmings
Greg is founder and CEO Hemmings House, a video production company focused on positive social impact, and is also the co-host of the wildly popular Saint John-based podcast The Boiling Point. Greg is such a cool dude doing TONS of cool stuff and brings such incredible energy – and an infectious laugh! – not only to this conversation but to everything he does.
TSD partner Andrew Logan joins Andy Clark as co-host of the show.
Listen in to this episode to learn:
- About our featured craft beer: Dooryard Summer Wheat Ale (a delicious “morning beer”) (Picaroons Traditional Ales, Fredericton, NB) – see pic below
- How the art of storytelling can help your business
- What’s a brand activism film?
- How you can learn to create great videos for your company, with Greg, in Greece! (Here’s the mockumentary the group made last year that Greg refers to on the show.)
- How and why Hemmings House is a UW $1M Pledge company AND a carbon neutral company AND a certified B Corp
- How the power of Greg’s video storytelling was the driving force for behind Sistema NB and Brilliant Labs
- What Greg loves about his business and what frustrates the hell out of him
- What is some of the cool stuff Greg does for fun
- How Teed Saunders Doyle became a “World Famous Accounting Firm”
- How did Greg become “urinal famous”?
- And much more…
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Here’s the Dooryard label Greg describes on the show: