(Podcast) From the Longboard to the Cutting Board – Dan Pape

This week Dan drops in to tell us his tale of how he took a skateboarding brand from America to Japan, and then ending up starting a cooking company in Japan with A LOT of cool stops in between. Lots of twists and turns in this one. Enjoooy.

 

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