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Skubes.com, creating online educational videos with Bryan Wetzel 

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Posted: September 24, 2013 at 9:13 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)
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Bryan Wetzel

Bryan Wetzel, the COO of Skubes.com that creates online educational videos joins Enterprise Radio. Bryan has over 20 years of experience running his own company, in the video production and post production industry.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guests Bryan Wetzel discuss the following:

  • Why did you start Skubes?
  • Was this a startup with big investors or did you bootstrap it?
  • How does your website and its products work?
  • What advice would you give new entrepreneurs?
  • What are your future plans for Skubes?

Duration: 13:20

Bryan the COO of Skubes.com.  Responsible for the “content” side of skubes.com. Bryan has over 20 years of experience running his own company in the video compression, editing and production industries. Bryan got his start in the entertainment and production business in the late 1980s as a Director of Photography and production manager on a variety of 3D films and special effects projects. He later traveled the country as a photographer and videographer for Estee Lauder.

After starting his own production company in the early 1990’s, he worked with many well-known celebrities such as Davis Love III, Elijah Wood, Steve Young, Ruby Dee, The Beach Boys, Don Rickles and many more. Bryan has also won national recognition for his work with 14 separate awards for cinematography, editing, live production and overall excellence in the field of production and post-production.

Bryan is a father of 2 teenagers and the step-father to 2 more. His wife Carrie is a teacher and the first teacher for Skubes.com.  He loves fitness and is an avid baseball fan. He also enjoys just about anything outdoors, especially if its with his family.

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Links: skubes.com

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