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The Art of Making Business Happen is focused on emerging, new and existing entrepreneurs who want to keep the business popping! Join us to share how to strategically and practically keep the business moving, growing, transforming and prospering!

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It's easy to get caught up in the technical issues of exporting, but how well prepared is your product for global markets? That is the question we explore on this episode. Dana Hicks, a Canadian Honorary Consul and global marketing... more

Exporting seems to be a daunting path for entrepreneurs. But, according to Dennis Hessler of Spyglass Point Productions, entrepreneurs can start an export company from home and on a part-time basis. Hessler joins ‘The Art of Making... more

More firms than ever go global right from the start each year. Is this a phenomenon or is this a new paradigm for business? Neal Gandhi, author of ‘Born Global’ and CEO of Quick Start Global, says this is part of our business... more

As "The Art of Making Business Happen" show starts out its fall season, we have a special, dynamic guest - Timothy Maurice Webster. Timothy is an entrepreneur, fashion designer, author of "Personovation: Re-Inventing Your Personal Brand"... more

Trust is considered an intangible. But it is a very active ingredient to success in business. While we take its role for granted, there is a very strong relationship between trust and revenue. This segment explores how to leverage trust grow... more

Much has been said on the potential of business channels between the African Diaspora and Africa. The African Diaspora has unique strengths to succeed in business with and in Africa. They have the power of experience, insights,... more

According to a report produced by COMPTIA for the United State Office of Trade Representative, U.S. exporters experience more growth internationally than domestically and they tend to be more competitive than domestic-only firms. In... more

We open our 2010 session with a two-part series on how to start-up a business, focusing on the first year. Our first session focuses on getting started quickly and successfully. Our guest expert is Andrew Morrison, an entrepreneur and founder... more

We know that capital is required as input for production capacity in businesses. However, many consider financial capital to be the only type. As our business society is evolving, there is recognition of various forms of capital. In this show,... more

Being an entrepreneur is about making choices on a path every day. The "Power Push" Practices help you to keep moving, move around challenges, push through challenges, and overcome challenges. This segment focuses on operating in... more

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