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In this Biz Buddies episode Vicki and Tina will discuss traditional business cards and direct mail marketing and just how useful or useless they may be in today's technology driven business atmosphere.
My guest will be Maralyn Dolan. Maralyn is Founder and President of Integrated Printing and Graphics. IPG is an award-winning full service printing and graphic design company with a blue ribbon client list that includes J.P. Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Eileen Fisher, Hudson News and the NY Mets. She began her career in the printing industry at the Massachusetts Envelope Co. followed by General Business Envelope, and then the Quality House of Graphics, gaining an industry-wide repu
Direct sales companies are exceptional at motivating and equipping their consultants. Once your business is up and running I have found the skills of organization and branding will catapult your business to the next level. YOU are the key ingredient in your business.
Our Guest: Lisa is passionate about sharing her love of organization and the freedom an organized life brings through her blog, speaking engagements and eBooks.
She put those organizational skills first into building a strong home based business starting in 1996. Lisa was a top leader and helped over 100 other small business owners in her tenure.
With over 15 years of direct sales leadership experience, Lisa has zeroed in on two key ingredients missing in most consultants’ training: … Organizing your business and Branding Yourself will set you apart from the crowd.
Your Host: Tai Goodwin is founder of Launch While Working.com, the official online magazine for ambitious professionals running a business while working a 9 to 5. An intuitive career and business coach, Tai guides clients in owning their brilliance and getting their message out so they can have more impact and income. Over 6,000 listeners each month tune into her popular weekly Launch Talk show on Blog Talk Radio. Her articles have been featured on Forbes.com, Careerealism.com and in CAREER Magazine.
In this episode of the PS Insider podcast we reveal:
1. How Direct Marketers Can Master LinkedIn
2. The Right Hook: A Blog is Born
3. Is Your Website Selling You Short? The Reinvention of ProductionSolutions.com
To read the entire May 2013 edition of the PS Insider or to subscribe, please visit the new ProductionSolutions.com.
This show features Wendy Kozma from Beacon ABA and The Evergreen Center, who will discuss the features and use of Direct Instruction (DI), with advanced learners. DI is an innovative curriculum used to teach children reading, math, langauge and reasoning skills. A common misconception among educators is that DI is primarily used for children with learning challenges. Wendy is here with us today to clarify the role of DI with our typically developing students.
On this week's episode of Slasher Studios Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz will be discussing their faovirte horror movies that deserved a theater release but were shunned direct to video (or direct to dvd). Keep an eye out for these underappreciated horror films and join them live May 20th at 10PM central to find out what makes the cut.
Want to find out what the CEOs of the nation’s top women- and minority-owned firms think about how to get the economy back on track? My guest, Roger Campos, the president and CEO of the Minority Business Roundtable, will share his members’ thoughts on where U.S. business is headed and their suggestions for turning the economy around.
The Minority Business Roundtable is the first national membership organization for CEOs of the nation’s leading Asian American, Hispanic American, African American and Native American-owned businesses.
Patterned after the Business Roundtable, which represents CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, MBRT provides a national forum for the CEOs of large and small minority and women-owned businesses to address public policy issues and serves as a go-to resource on business issues, including federal procurement, contracting, access to capital and coaching CEOs on how to do business with the federal government.
Campos also serves on the National Advisory Council of the U.S. Small Business Administration and National Small Business Advisory Council of the Department of Energy. He is widely recognized as a national business leader on U.S. federal government policy.
Mike Kiltchenstein the Founder and CEO of RAMP, who is a pioneer in using new technology to produce customized skis ( http://www.Ramp.com)
After working in the ski industry many years, he saw there was an evolution going on with how consumers wanted to work with suppliers wasn’t being addressed. He pioneered a new sales and production approach. We’ll talk about that, how his efforts can be duplicated in other sectors and what he expects to do next. http://www.ovationtechnologies.com.
Pete VanSon is president of Ovation Technologies and will discus how small businesses can find and retain the best talent. His all-in-one product helps companies identify, recruit and onboard quality talent at less cost.
Jim Federico, Vice President of Sales, brings 35 years of experience in overseeing print and mail solutions with a focus on developing program efficiencies and manages the sales team at Offset Impressions, Inc. http://offsetimpressions.com/)
Greg Jones is the CEO of BookKeeping Express, a franchise that focuses solely on providing bookkeeping services for small business owners. Greg is a tax and small business expert. http://bookkeepingexpress.com/
Businesses of all sizes have a story to tell--and it goes beyond branding. The story of every company is ingrained in its corporate culture, be it IBM or Apple or the smallest of companies. Yet many companies fail to define their stories, and many companies suffer with consumers as a result of it.
Joining us is Danielle Berg, owner of Telling Media, a company that helps business leaders create business stories that sell. She’ll discuss how the right stories can help a business attract and motivate employees, close deals and create a loyal fan base of customers and key influencers. Tune in to find out how to use your company’s story as the one thing that can differentiate it from the competition.
Prior to forming Telling Media, Danielle Berg held several senior marketing positions at IBM, including Director of Marketing for IBM Interactive. She later served as Chief Marketing and Corporate Communications Officer for a global business and technology consultancy. Danielle is the co-author of an upcoming book Use the S Word in Business.
Call in with your questions and allow Suzanne to connect intuitively to answer questions about: career, relationships, personal growth etc. All information given is to assist the listener to live life on purpose with complete joy and self fulfillment. All shows are about assisting the caller to trust their own knowing and is never to replace the listener's inner guidance but to enhance and clarify it.
What happened to our beloved car business? Has the Internet and automotive digital marketing changed the car business for ever? Does the customer really own the dealership today? Don't miss Todd Vowell and his rant with this weeks show.