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My fantasy: End poverty in America in 2012, OK. Each Fortune 500 Company hires 60,000 people. Any Workers the companies cannot use are placed with non-profits in the workers communities. This would work across America. Workers would provide needed day care to elderly, disabled and children. Assist teachers in schools. Weatherize, and beautify cities which would in turn lift the spirits across America. We have cities in America today that never fully recovered from the 1980's recession. Because of the failure to recover from the 1980's some areas are experiencing higher unemployment rates today. Poverty ends once wealth, power, and knowledge decide to use their brains, hearts, and courage to benefit America rather than just their Store Houses. Read this 9-8-11 article by Michael Noer.
Today on CFR Radio we will take a really close look at Gospel Singer James Fortune and how the church as ignored his domestic viloence victim. Read article on James Fortune on PimpPreacher.com
Tracy Benson is the founder and CEO of On the Same Page, a business consultancy that works to develop and implement customized communications strategies to support companies' business plans. Founded in 2002, On the Same Page is named for what it takes pride in - being on the same page with its clients. The company works in collaborative relationships with small firms to Fortune 500's across all business sectors. As an industry leader, Tracy's comments have appeared in Inc., Fast Company, MarketWatch Radio and other outlets on a variety of business topics. http://www.on-the-same-page.com/
Host Kelly Scanlon welcomes Everykey CEO Chris Wentz. Everykey offers a wearable bracelet that encrypts and manages all of a user's passwords. In today's podcast, we'll learn about Wentz's entrepreneurial journey, how Everykey works and why the product is needed, as well as Everykey's Kickstarter campaign.
To listen to more podcasts in the Smart Companies Thinking Bigger® lineup, please visit the archives.
In recognition of International Fraud Awareness Week, Smart Companies host Kelly Scanlon welcomes Kenneth Hitt, Senior Vice President of Consumer Banking at Enterprise Bank. Kenny will provide tips that help business owners spot fraud and stop it before it happens, including:
How businesses are affected by fraud
The key characteristics of fraudsters
The top 5 fraud tips for business owners
Where businesses are most vulnerable
Common types of fraud
How to combat fraud
How to train employees to recognize and prevent fraud
How to partner with your bank for fraud protection
To listen to additional podcasts in the Smart Companies Thinking Bigger® lineup, please visit the archives.
On this episode of Smart Companies Radio with host Kelly Scanlon, you’ll meet Will Regan and Jason Arriola, brothers-in law who drove straight from the carpool lane to the world of entrepreneurship. They came up with the idea for the Cardiff Booster Seat Headrest when they got tired of watching their kids heads flop when they fell asleep in the car. The headrest is currently in more than 200 retail stores, and they have plans to create a headrest for airplane travel. You'll hear their entrepreneurial story and learn how they grew from the idea stage to a million-dollar company.
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Joining Host Larry Muck on this episode of Community Investor is Dave Van Horn, President of PPR
Dave Van Horn is a leading authority on investing gin both performing and non-performing notes. As the President of PPR, he leads a staff that maintains an inventory of 5000 notes that are in various stages of being worked out with the homeowner. Dave's insights will help you understand note investing at a deeper level. He'll share his experience and knowledge about buying and working out thousands of delinquent notes, and show ordinary investors how to start buying these assets themselves and to build a community of active note buyers who support and partner with us and with each other.
To learn more or to contact today's guest go to: http://www.pprnoteco.com/
Contact Community Investor Host Larry with your questions or comments at: email@example.com
At Jumpwire Media, 90% of our clients are big media companies in television, radio, and publishing sectors. Many of them are losing their best people as they struggle with issues such as:
Legacy technology platforms to communicate internally (e.g. internal email servers - no cloud, no open instant messaging platforms)
Lack of transparency
Lack of fast and strong wifi in th work place
Hierarchical organization structures
Over zealous IT and legal departments that restrict access to basic websites like Facebook
Desktop PC towers instead of laptops that limit mobility
Cubicle working environments
The people who work at these companies are overworked, frustrated, and struggling to bridge old media values with the transparency and speed of the emerging media industry.
What are some of the best practices that both small and largemedia companies can implement right away to eliminate the frustration and retain employees? We will discuss during the show using examples and case studies from past clients.
Hope you can join us.
Joining Host Kelly Scanlon on this episode of Smart Companies KC is the Owner and General Manager of City Gym
and Former professional soccer player, Hailee Bland-Walsh who says she's passionate about connecting people to their bodies. She says she's one part trainer, one part best friend, one part sensei, one part street fighter, and final part cheerleader.
Bland explains her reasoning behind the tremendous growth and success of City Gym KC and how dedication and passion has grown what could have been just a neighborhood gym into a community movement.
Learn more about today's guest at http://www.citygymkc.com and at http://citygymkc.com
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What part of the Game is this??
L'oreal Purchases Carols Daughter Beauty brand
Do they miss an opportunity when they sell out to white companies, Do we as a people lose something, So they control the beauty products, the media and images of you, can anything good come of this??
Is there ANY Responsibility on the part of our business owners to ensure their businesses stay black or is the Dollar all that matters?
You tell me
Leadership expert Gordon Tredgold of GordonTredgold.com presents "People leave bosses, not companies ".
If People leave bosses not companies, and you’re a boss, then just maybe it’s you that they are talking about.
On this episode of Smart Companies Radio with host Kelly Scanlon you’ll meet the CEO and Co Founder of New Belgium Brewing. A dream of her husband, the original brewing company started in the basement of their home. Their goal was to be a $100 million company by 2010. New Belgium hit that a year and a half early and in 2013 the annual revenue was $190 million, making New Belgium the country's third-largest craft brewer.
And discover how New Belgium has embraced the CEO's passion for the environment and what innovations have been made to diminish the brewing company's carbon footprint.
Find out more about today's guest at http://www.newbelgium.com
For more information about host Scanlon go online to http://www.ithinkbigger.com
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