Hosted by Kahn Media President and CEO Dan Kahn, the new podcast explores entrepreneurship, leadership, marketing and other business topics with knowledgeable guests
MOORPARK, CALIF. (Jan. 5) – Introducing “Only the Strong Survive,” a podcast that features raw and honest conversations with business leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators on what it takes to survive and thrive in today’s ultra-competitive business environment. Available on Spotify, iTunes and at www.otsspodcast.com, each thematic episode is hosted by Kahn Media President and CEO Dan Kahn featuring highly-engaging and knowledgeable guests who deeply dive into everything from how to navigate the constantly shifting media landscape to properly assessing risk to the role of private equity in small and mid-size businesses.
Four episodes of “Only the Strong Survive” are currently available. In the first, host Dan Kahn explains the concept and vision behind the podcast. Next, Happy Companies CEO & Founder James Lawrence delves into the importance of taking risks and making decisions, along with highlighting his life-changing decision to sell his company and start a new venture focused on improving remote and hybrid workplace connections through AI. For the third installment, automotive journalist Mike Spinelli dives deep into the history of online automotive media and explores its current rapidly changing nature. Mike is best known in the space as the founder of the cult car site, Jalopnik and has helped build brands like /DRIVE on YouTube, along with working in the TV/commercial production space. In episode four, journalist David Lillywhite talks about what it takes to run a successful print magazine in 2024 and breaks the news about his purchase of Octane Magazine, one of the globe’s most well-respected classic car outlets, after being its editor for over a decade.
Future episodes will debut bi-weekly and tackle complex subjects like the pros and cons of venture capital, how direct-to-consumer sales have changed everything and other contemporary topics.
Named after the entrepreneurial ethos of “eat or be eaten” that drives leaders and innovators everywhere, “Only the Strong Survive” strives to shorten the sometimes steep learning curve of launching or running a business. In its engaging format, each episode of “Only the Strong Survive” zeroes in on a current issue or topic faced by leaders and entrepreneurs of businesses of all sizes. Host Dan Kahn and a diverse field of expert guests provide thoughtful and valuable insight into each subject, helping listeners broaden their knowledge bases, be better informed and be more prepared for modern business challenges.
Host Dan Kahn brings his unique perspective of having launched Kahn Media as a one-man operation from his house 15 years ago during the middle of a recession. From that humble starting point, Dan grew Kahn Media into an award-winning and highly-successful full-service marketing agency with over 30 employees in nine U.S. states.
“I learned a lot of valuable lessons through my entrepreneurial journey with Kahn Media. Interacting with multiple clients daily, ranging from Fortune 50 companies to four-person startups, also gives me a unique insight into what issues businesses of all sizes currently face,” said Dan Kahn. “Through ‘Only the Strong Survive,’ I hope to share my knowledge along with unique perspectives from our guests to make us better leaders, entrepreneurs and businesspeople.”
About Kahn Media
Kahn Media, Inc., is a full-service public relations and integrated marketing agency with staff in seven states focused on a variety of markets, including mobility, technology, automotive and luxury-lifestyle. With a deep understanding of the new media landscape, Kahn builds campaigns that increase brand awareness, consumer interaction and sales using its large in-house team to craft cohesive public relations, social media, influencer, content marketing and digital ad campaigns that cascade across all forms of media to inform, influence and engage consumers. For more information, please visit www.KahnMedia.com.