4C Podcast 1: Steve Probst - Marketplace Insights - 4C Conference

4C Podcast 1: Steve Probst – Marketplace Insights

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At 4C Marketplace, our mission how always been to tell the story of the companies that we work with. Our biggest achievement has been creating the 4C Conference. A forum where we could bring the best minds, technology, and ideas together under one roof to create the sparks that will drive innovation within the Environmental Marketplace.

In keeping with this mission, we are excited to introduce the 4C podcast. Our goal with the 4C podcast to create a platform to help companies communicate their visions to industry at large. We hope you can join us every week as we tease out the culture, value propositions, and compelling messages of the many companies which make up the Environmental industry. From Services companies to technology providers, we interview all in order to achieve our mission of introducing you the audience to the compelling stories of the companies behind the brands, and the people behind the companies.

In this first episode, our host, Uzkar Ibrahim, interviews 4C Marketplaceā€™s very own, Steve Probst. Steve Probst is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of risk-taking and collaboration who has been a key part of the environmental industry in the U.S. In this episode, Steve drives home the need for this forum as a means for companies to share their respective compelling message, in order to make an impact on the world around us. Steve is a true believer in the intersection that the Environmental Compliance industry occupies, which is by doing the right things well from an environmental standpoint, companies can also achieve a culture of operational excellence.



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