Chexology's CEO/Founder Derek Pacqué was recently featured in an interview with Michael Whitehouse on the Guy Who Knows a Guy podcast.
In this podcast episode, Derek talks about how he started CoatChex, his appearance on Shark Tank in 2013, the growth into the larger business that is Chexology, and what's next for him and the company.
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About Michael Whitehouse
Michael Whitehouse is a coach, author, motivational speaker, and networker.
With over 18 years of experience running businesses and working with a diverse range of people, Michael works with people to gain a clearer vision of their ideal future, develop gratitude to appreciate the life they already have, and build their toolbox of connections and skills to drive towards their vision.
Michael offers a daily motivational message in his Morning Motivation podcast, and he is the founder and chairman of Conference21, a unique virtual conference focusing on authentic connections and powerful learning.
Michael Whitehouse is the author of The Guy Who Knows a Guy a book that shares his story of going from stranger to connector in less than two years. He discovered simple techniques to build a network in a new community that anyone can learn, and shares them in the book.
Michael is available for talks and workshops on networking for beginners and advanced alike.
In addition to his work as an author and speaker, founder of The Crisis Control Group, and President of the Groton Rotary Club.
In 2014, Michael Whitehouse came to Groton, Connecticut knowing no one but his pregnant soon-to-be-wife. Through active engagement with business organizations, volunteering, and working with the community, he was able to find a place for himself and make a name for himself.
Michael is not some kind of super networker. Rather, he simply developed some simple networking ideas that allowed him to engage with the community. It’s all about connecting with people and finding a way to be of benefit to them. By focusing on what he could give, rather than what he could get he was able to make fast friends. With the ideas and tips in The Guy Who Knows a Guy, you can too.