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DENNIS M. ENGLISH, JR. serves as the Assistant to the Secretary for Historically Underutilized Businesses in the North Carolina Department of Administration. Prior to his appointment in 2013, he worked as the Economic Development Coordinator at the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at the University of North Carolina. His work there included identifying and cultivating support for high-growth and early-stage entrepreneurs, implementing economic development projects, developing businesses retention and expansion programs, and facilitating economic impact and feasibility studies for counties in North Carolina’s eastern plains region.
Mr. English has an accomplished career in business development and consulting. His private sector experience includes serving as a public sector account manager for Johnson Controls, Inc. where he sold large projects and developed strategic business relationships with state and local government administrators and elected officials to offer energy efficiency solutions that reduced carbon footprint and captured energy savings for state, university and local municipality buildings throughout North Carolina. Previously, he served as President of English Consulting Group LLC, a management consulting company that assisted businesses and non-profits with business development, relationship management, customer acquisition, and securing support from high net worth individuals and corporations. Prior, he worked for the National Investment Commission in Liberia, West Africa to develop a strategic economic development plan focused on U.S. business recruitment.
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The absence of trade schools and preparation for jobs by the public schools has been a common complaint for those concerned about the lack of economic opportunities in the inner city. The St. Paul Church of God In Christ has taken on the challenge of providing training and preparation for employment opportunities with a successful Community Development Ministry, and is now challenging those seeking jobs to Step Up to Opportunity!
St. Paul Community Development Ministries (SPCDM) has successfully placed upwards of 160 individuals into United States Department of Labor approved Apprenticeships and other Related Industriesl SPCDM is recognized for its commitment and ability to train and place people in positions that lead them to success. Elder Kevin A. Ford, Executive Director of SPCDM is seeking those people who are seeking success. In 10 weeks, SPCDM will prepare you to pass USDOL apprenticeship examinations and interview with confidence. Upon successful completion, you will be highly qualified and motivated to enter any United States Department of Labor Apprenticeship.
SPCDM provides financial assistance with Apprenticesip Examination fees, travel and lunch expenses. If you're looking for a solid career with the Department of Labor, this is an opportunity you don't want to miss! Orientation sessions are September 10th through September 17th in Chicago, from 8am to 12pm.
Have any of your creditors said “You are creating success and happiness for thousands of people so forget about your mortgage payment, car payment, office rent for the holidays!” No? Shocker...me either! The reality and expenses do not stop during the holidays. Why is it so important to keep momentum growing during the holidays? If you don’t continue to grow momentum you will experience a ramp up time at the first of the year that will set you back in your business and revenue development.
Do you desire to start a business? Already operate a business? If you answered "yes" to either question, how does God desire that Christians construct and conduct business? We live in a culture that doesn't necessarily factor God into its business plans. Join us for a conversation with Amos Johnson Jr., PhD., founder of the God Idea Lab and his ministry, Church for Entrepreneurs. The God Idea Lab helps Christians prepare their God-given idea for business, or gives a fresh restart for those in business.Through his ministry, Amos trains entrepreneurs in God's Word to help them operate in faith to conquer the mountain of their God-given entrepreneurial calling. We'll discuss God's way of starting and doing business and why faith is essential on this joyful yet conceivably trepidatious journey. Have questions for Amos? Email questions in advance to email@example.com or call our studio line (347) 327-9227.
Today my guest is Barbara Eldridge, of Mind Masters.
What would you give to have a trusted advisor who was also a small business expert? Someone who understood your concerns, had talked to hundreds of entrepreneurs and was right on top of today’s most progressive thinking. Someone who could connect you to other small business owners, hook you up with resources and give you the direction you need to avoid the pitfalls of business ownership. Look no further. Barbara Eldridge is that person.
For more than twenty-five years Barbara Eldridge has been contributing to other people’s business success. Her many years experience in the corporate world provided her with knowledge, insight and presence to help thousands of entrepreneurial men and women nurture their business ventures into thriving successes.
Barbara founded Mind Masters in 1991 as an organization for entrepreneurs to master the challenges they face in an ever-changing market place. Barbara has a vision of Mind Masters to provide a value based program so that business owners could harness the power of each members’ success, make wise business decisions and realize their dreams.
Today we are talking about the planning process, given we are about to start a new year.
Creating Business HarMoney with Mike Calderwood with his guest Jeff Shore & Santiago Rivera
Jeff Shore’s highly sought-after sales training seminars and keynote addresses inspire audiences across the globe to change their mindset and change their world.
As an in-demand sales expert, author, speaker and consultant for over three decades, Jeff has a unique ability to connect with audiences on a personal level and transform the way they look at what they do, inspiring meaningful and lasting change.
His innovative, research-driven and real-world approach to BOLDNESS is more than just another sales technique; it’s a fundamental shift in how to approach the sales process.
Doing Business God’s Way delivers a message of hope that uplifts individuals, business owners and communities worldwide.
We are committed to teaching how to do business following God’s principles because conscious leadership, attainment and prosperity are found only in a personal relationship with God.
We are devoted to helping people everywhere rediscover their true life’s purpose, which will help them evolve into the successful business owners and effective, loving leaders they are destined to be.
Join us for the World Business Academy's monthly podcast featuring Academy President Rinaldo S. Brutoco in conversations with Executive Director Matt Renner. Our monthly podcast covers the latest macro-economic trends as well as in-depth analysis of politics, business and society.
The World Business Academy is a 501c3 nonprofit network, think tank, and action incubator. Our views and analysis are given without any motivation other than helping to ensure our listeners know how to protect their savings in an unpredictable and chaotic economic climate.
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Join BluPrint Radio on Wednesday November 12, 2014 when we talk with Deriece Pate Bennett - Vice President of Government Affairs at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce. Deriece will share with our listening audience details about the upcoming HRCI Approved Labor and Employment Law Conference on November 20, 2014 in Annapolis, Maryland. She will give details about conference topics that reference the legal landscape in Maryland particularly based on the outcomes of the mid-term election.
As a lobbyist for the Chamber, she is responsible for advocating on the behalf of business on all issues pertaining to employment law, energy and environment and transportation. Deriece earned a Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science and a Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Public Policy and Management.
Prior to her tenure at the Chamber, Deriece served as the Executive Director for the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland, Inc. where she was instrumental in implementing the Caucus’ agenda while operating as an intermediary between the Caucus, its constituents and community partners.
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I am a native Floridian raised in Miami.
I attended (then) Miami-Dade Junior College and then Florida State University majoring in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. I worked in the restaurant business for eight years.
By 1981 I began my career in radio and television broadcasting as a news reporter and anchor. For the next 18 years I worked in the media in Nevada and California before returning to Florida in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
In 1999 I began my career with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services as the primary spokesman for the Citrus Canker Eradication Program. I am currently a Public Information Officer for the department and based in South Florida.
How do I start? What do I say? How do I say it? Where do I post it? In order to be successful at video marketing, it all begins with proper planning and that starts with the script.
Join Rick and Bill as they discuss the 5 Tips for Shooting Video for Your Business and provide an understanding that with the proper coaching and organizational process, video marketing can truly enhance your brand. You'll discover how to attract your target market to your product or service without breaking the bank.
The On the Edge Women In Business Christmas On-Air Party is for all the women out there that are hard working, and put it in, in 2014! Business Owners, professionals, students, mothers, wives we do it all, its a little holiday girl fun! Dial into the show and share a little holiday cheer, own a business tell us about it, and what do you want for Christmas!
A little holiday fun with Silicon Valley's top Business Purpose Coach and Radio Host of AM 1220 KDOW Money 2.0 Business on the Edge with Margaret Jackson.
Tune-In grab a cup of your favorite holiday drink and goodies.
Have you ever wondered what terms like, “Articles of Incorporation,” “Organizational Meeting,” “Bylaws'” and “Minutes” actually mean, and do you know when and how to apply them to the smooth operation of your business entity? In this show, Bill and Rick discuss these issues and much more as it regards the practical everyday business tips you need to keep your entity protection the best it can be.