Athletic Entrepreneurship, Branding & Tech with Kimber Rozier


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Show Overview:

In this Mac Moment, Dare Performance founder and USA Rugby player, Kimber Rozier talks about being an entrepreneur and learning lessons from athletics that apply to entrepreneurship. Mac and Kimber also talk about managing your brand and making sure the work you do aligns with your values. Don’t miss out on discovering what the future of tech looks like from the perspective of an athlete!


About GFGF:

The Get Found Get Funded podcast is at the intersection of entrepreneurship and social justice where we focus on entrepreneurship as a possible path to wealth creation — specifically for Black and Latinx communities.


Featured Guest: Kimber Rozier


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Key Takeaways: 

  • There is a huge distinction between being a business owner and an entrepreneur – and it’s not just mindset
  • Relationship Capital is our networks and who we know
  • Extracting value from a business is where true wealth is made
  • Being exposed to ideas is the first step to doing better



1:06 – Introduction

3:23 – What entrepreneurship means to Kimber.

8:59 – How social media plays into being an athlete and entrepreneur.

14:57 – Pivoting in from one business plan to another

21:27 – Kimber’s experience writing as a child and writing for fitness companies. 

34:02 – Kimber’s involvement in the technology and product startup world.

Items Mentioned in the Show:

USA Rugby



Quotes from the Show:

  • “So what I try to look for, in whoever I work with is just kind of a first. First do no harm kind of value where you're not just trying to sell a product right?”
  • “I don't claim to be the smartest person in the room, ever. I think people within this kind of community I'm trying to build, we can all learn and grow from each other.”
  • “I think there are endless ways for attitude involved with technology, especially because, you know, people might think of athletes and technology necessarily in the same vein as we're not sitting behind a computer all day, you know, typing away, but we have such an intimate relationship with technology, in that, you know, rather than an app to order, you know, our groceries or something, we have an app or a GPS system that you know, for instance, pair and a hamstring or something, you know, maximizes recovery.”
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