Sonny Vu and Christy Trang Le, the husband and wife co-founders of Misfit Wearables, have had their faith tested as entrepreneurs. But relying on their faith, they helped build up a company founded on servant leadership, as well as Vietnam’s emerging R&D talent.
Bellmont Cabinets is a cabinet manufacturing company near Seattle, Washington. The company has won numerous awards for high quality, innovation, community impact, and service. But Steve’s journey has been far from easy: two near bankruptcies served as crucibles to form his faith and lead him to a new understanding of...
While serving as a missionary/English instructor in Mexico, Dave Munson started a side business in 2003 out of the back of his truck. Today, he and his wife, Suzette, own and operate Saddleback Leather Company, a high-end leather goods business that has attracted a cult-like following for the beauty and...
They are the proprietors of Marsh Collective, a conglomerate of business ventures dedicated to resurrecting the city of Opelika, Alabama. Through a vulnerable recounting of their past tumult, the Marshes share how healing in their broken lives became their inspiration to bring hope to others through business.
As Chief Strategy Officer, Emily ensures that patients receive excellent care, employees are engaged in their work, and the broader community is well-served amidst a constantly changing healthcare environment. Her journey to a biblical understanding of work is expressed in the daily operations of the rural hospital.
Don Flow of Flow Companies, Inc. (36 automotive franchises) does business differently: all dealer information is available to the consumer. If a repair is not done properly or on time, the company eats any additional costs, and every used car sold has a 100,000 mile warranty. This framework for operation...
I Have a Bean is dedicated to roasting phenomenal coffee beans, procuring beans at the top 1% and winning numerous taste competitions. The company is also committed to hiring individuals released from prison, whom founder Pete Leonard notes are often considered the bottom 1% of society.