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Market Maker Agriculture launches podcast series on seasonal businesses

By: PRLog

Peaks & Valleys podcast series looks at the unique challenges of running seasonal businesses

OTTAWA, Ontario - July 23, 2021 - PRLog -- Market Maker Agriculture today announced it has launched the Peaks & Valleys podcast, a series that looks at the unique challenges of running a seasonal business.

While host Lisa Courtney Lloyd interviews executives in agribusinesses, the issues they discuss are applicable to all businesses that experience seasonality – or peaks and valleys – in their revenues and cash flow.

"Running a seasonal business is not for the faint of heart," says Radius President Bobbi Faulkner, who is featured in the first episode. During the interview she likens the cadence of running a seasonal business to taking a trip on an airplane. The episode wraps up with her tips and best practices. Radius creates and manages supply networks of seasonal live goods for large retailers.

The full 15-minute interview can be found at the Market Maker Agriculture website at: Market Maker Agriculture podcast

The trailer can be viewed here.

About Market Maker

Market Maker Agriculture is a long-term hold private equity company that invests in agribusinesses across Canada and the United States that have seasonal cashflows, supporting ownership transition. Market Maker's approach is to acquire a controlling interest in a company, manage the balance sheet and let the original team (or members of it) continue to operate the company, keeping the corporate culture and legacy intact. To-date Market Maker's portfolio includes three companies, including Radius, as well as Manderley Turf Products and Arkansas Valley Seed.

Lisa Courtney Lloyd

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