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Lauren Rikleen, Executive-In-Residence at the Boston College Center for Work & Family, discusses millennials and their place in the work force. Her book, YOU RAISED US - NOW WORK WITH US, highlights the needs of young people versus the needs of companies.
Asaf Cidon, co-founder and CEO of Sookasa talks about how small businesses need the industry's first service that centrally protects and manages distributed files across cloud services and mobile devices.
Michael Barney, President of Ab Monster, tried a Kickstarter program for crowd funding to establish enough money to launch the product. Upon launching his Ab Monster funding project he did not meet the goal of $85,000 to enable him to start selling Ab Monster which left him with a failed Kickstarter campaign. What happens next to promote your product as a small business owner? He tells what he did.
Asaf Cidon is the CEO and co-founder of Sookasa, a rapidly growing startup that provides a transparent layer of security, demonstrates why security of small business data is so important and files can be protected across popular cloud services and mobile devices.
Brian Moran has spent the last 20+ years helping America's entrepreneurs realize their dreams. Prior to starting his latest ventures, Brian was the Executive Director of Sales Development at the Wall Street Journal where he oversaw the financial and small business markets across the WSJ franchise.
From 2002-2010, Brian ran Veracle Media & Moran Media Group. Both content companies utilized various media channels to help entrepreneurs manage & grow their companies. Prior to launching his own companies, Brian was the Associate Publisher at Inc. Magazine, a Publisher and Associate Publisher at Entrepreneur Media and held managment positions at Success Magazine and Medical Economics Magazine.
Brian currently sits on several boards of entrepreneurial organizations, including: The Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, US Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, SCORE's National Marketing Council and The Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies.
Allnyson Tolber, the co-founder of Sugartooth Tours, a local dessert walking tour company in New York City talks about her march to creating a truly unique offering. The company has recently announced this year's Ice Cream Summer Sundays Tour. This tour opens to the public starting this June, and goes through the end of August.
Kevin Paul Scott on a new trend in retailing, indeed in business itself. Today's consumers shop at stores and frequent brands that share their values. Just as America has become divided and polarized at the political level, so too is business becoming polarized between red and blue leaning brands. Why is this happening? What does this say about branding? Will this trend continue? Can businesses risk this in alienating various segments of the population?
Mike D'Avolio, Senior Tax Analyst with Intuit’s Professional Tax Group, offers advice and suggestions on how to take advantage of some small business tax deductions. He's been with us before and offers a wealth of information to legally reduce tax bills.
Brett Lauter, CEO of Declutttr talks about launching an American version of a very successful reCommerce company. What's reCommerce? Listen and learn.
David Laing, Director of Innovation for HP LaserJet & Enterprise Solutions. talks about what is happening as more and more small businesses move to the cloud.
Joining me today is a fine lady who knows her Lady Business! Jessica Kupferman is the host of Lady Business, Biz Building Goddess and we are talking about:
Getting your Lady Business On
Creating loyal and vibrant online communities
Visit Anastasia Valentine at www.anastasia-valentine.com, follow her on Twitter @AVV or tune into @AVV Biz Talk Radio for the latest information on business, strategy, marketing and technology.
In our premier podcast episode, we chat with Chris Miles, the "Cash Flow Expert," a leading authority on how to quickly create cash flow and lasting wealth for thousands of his clients, entrepreneurs, and others internationally! He has been featured in US News, CNN Money, YFS Magazine, and has a high reputation for getting his clients life-altering financial results in his company, Money Ripples. We'll talk with Chris about what prevents Small Businesses from making money along with tips you can use in 2014 to generate more income and hold on to what you do make. He'll also share with us how he got his own brand new business to hit 6 figures in just 9 months by utilizing his methods.
We'll also have our featured business tool and other great small business tips and news. Join us January 28th at 8PM est.
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The 2014 Small Business Book Awards, now in their 6th year, celebrate the best business books that entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs, managers, and their staffs should read. They also recognize important resources supporting authors and the publishing industry. The small business community plays a key role by nominating, showing their support for, and voting on their favorites.
Back in 2007 we noticed that most business books being reviewed or winning awards were books of interest to the enterprise or corporate audience. No sites consistently covered books specifically for small business owners and managers, and entrepreneurs.
Thus began the weekend business book reviews at Small Business Trends. Since starting the book reviews, our book reviewing team under the leadership of Book Editor Ivana Taylor, has reviewed nearly 500 small business books, writing unbiased in-depth reviews.
These Awards are an outgrowth of the weekend book reviews. After publishing reviews, we frequently were asked for advice about which books to read. Rather than giving off-the-cuff responses, we decided to find a way to get a broader range of input on books worthy of recognition.
Let's extend a warm welcome to Ivana Taylor and Anita Campbell!
Steve Smith & Ken Rubin are two successful business owners who want to helps other business owners learn the things that lead to success. Whether you're a big shot now or want others to view you as a big shot, this new show will reveal the business practices that every successful small business owner uses to create influence and drive results.
If you're operating like a small fry and want to take your game up a notch, learn what being a big shot is all about.
Jason Kennedy, Director of Business Marketing & Product Mgmt at Intel, talks about why small business leaders need to do something soon before the April 8th end of Microsoft support for XP systems which power a majority of small business systems. He tells how productivity can be improved with newer products, services.
Adam Belanich, one of Joyride's founders and Chief Product Officer talks about ways small businesses can improve their operations and sales.
Lisa Nichols is the CEO and co-founder of Technology Partners, Inc., a Women-Business Enterprise IT staffing and solutions firm that services clients nationwide, Nichols developed a non-traditional business model, which utilizes low fixed mark-up over the direct labor costs to create cost savings for clients while simultaneously providing consultants higher salaries
SLU will discuss important concerns in our community. This week we will discuss the "minimum wage" debate that is being discussed across America and look at how it affects the Single Lady.
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