Oh, Canada!

January 1st, 2022

Jacques Golbert, CEO of Pajar Canada, on how the third-generation, family-owned company is plowing straight ahead with a plethora of new projects, pandemic be damned.

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Do the Right Things

November 29th, 2021

Jori Miller Sherer, president of Minnetonka, on how several recently introduced long-term, company-altering initiatives are already paying big dividends.

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Restoration Software

October 18th, 2021

Mark Parsley, CEO of Earth Shoes, is the lead architect behind the company’s extensive renovations and building projects.

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Foam Home

August 1st, 2021

Larry Paparo, president and CEO of Floafers, is on a mission to disrupt the entire footwear landscape—one revolutionary, foam-based shoe at a time.

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Recipe for Success

June 1st, 2021

Charlie Liberge, co-managing partner of Quoddy, on why the timing is spot-on for the premium comfort brand to make a name for itself—74 years after it was founded.

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A Time of Opportunity

February 1st, 2021

Blake Krueger, chairman and CEO, and Brendan Hoffman, president, of Wolverine Worldwide, on how the conglomerate is navigating through the pandemic’s headwinds—as well as riding its tailwinds—to a brighter future.

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Zoom Times

January 1st, 2021

Robert Mullaney, CEO of RG Barry Brands, makers of Dearfoams, on how the company is meeting the needs of a rapidly growing slippers nation.

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A Really Big Year

December 1st, 2020

Jerry Breig, COO of Lamo Footwear, on the sheepskin-based brand’s record sales in 2020 and why the best is yet to come.

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The Right Stuff

October 21st, 2020

Chris Heffernan, senior vice president and general manager of Keen, lays out the company’s plan of attack—one that presses forward, pivots and pounces—amid unprecedented industry turmoil.

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Easy Does It

August 3rd, 2020

Keith Gossett, president of Easy Street Shoe Company, on how its unique business model is weathering the pandemic—not easily, mind you—but better than most.

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