“I failed my way to success.”
— Thomas Edison
Welcome back to the Wintrust Business Lunch! We’ve got a great show for you today folks. Lewis Lazare of the Chicago Business Journal starts the week by taking a look at how the airlines are making the most out of the recent plunge in oil prices. He’ll also talk about why those same airline companies are trying to gain favor with their Chinese partners and passengers. Locally, Lewis breaks down the difficulties of the doughnut business in the Windy City.
Then, Maryam Saleh – the Vice President of Programs at MATTER – joins Steve to talk about her organization’s new initiative to increase patient adherence. MATTER is a Chicago-based health-tech incubator. Maryam discusses how far the program has come and what we can expect in the near future. Folks, we’ve said it before and we’ll say it again … listen to your doctor!
Barber Frank O’Connor of the Belmont Barbershop wraps this one up by giving you great advice about how you can clean up your workplace appearance. You’d be surprised what a good haircut and trim can do for you. In today’s fast-moving world of business, sometimes folks only have enough time to judge a book by it’s cover. Frank’s here to tell you how to make the most of that. Tune in to find out how you can look your very best for that job interview!