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Clever Ways to Seek Funding for Your Small Business Start up is our topic on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. You might think it is impossible in finding funding for your start-up, but it really not, only take patience, time, and planning. Investors are always looking for find great returns on their money and interest rates is not turning to 20% in this lifetime or after. Through emails exchanges with business owners and a few not for profit dounders, I found some very clever ways in showing you the path where you can find more funding. This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group . #applecapital #applecapitalgroup #thecorebusinessshow #timjacquet
Natalie Poole of Exceptional Occasions shares with us her latest project. A series of educational seminars sharing insights on different aspects of event planning to benefit those who plan various events/ functions for their organizations. The next insight is finding the photography, videography & lighting that will improve your event. This session is taking place on, May 21, 2015, 4-6 pm. Tune in to get all the details.
Hosted by Nolen Davis of Vids Inc., Chris Burres of E-Webstyle and weekly tips from Doug Winnie from Action Coach and our attorney Mark Smith.
There are many scams that are ongoing in the small business asset protection world. Simply, there is much false information spread about concerning business credit issues and even so-called protection “policies” sold by non-licensed professionals. In this show, Bill and Rick explore both what asset protection means for small businesses, as well as what it should not mean. Once convinced you should employ asset protection tools for your business, and you should, learn how to ensure its proper adaptation to your particular business model and avoid the “oversell” scammers.
Join Heather Steele with guest host Nick Augustine from Lone Star Content Marketing. Today’s program, Growing Up in Denton, is focused on starting and growing a business in a small town.
Topics included in this chat:
How Nick shifted his focus in law to starting a content marketing firm for lawyers;
Learning how to narrowly tailor the services you offer to set you apart from the crowd;
In a smaller town, how do you set up shop and take advantage of your town’s size;
Growing your business beyond your small town community, getting into a larger market;
Finding professional networks and local resources help you meet people in other areas;
Challenges of going from bigger cities to smaller towns, and finding the pace of business.
About your host, Ms. Heather Steele:
Heather is the Chief Marketing Officer for Blue Steele Solutions, in Denton, Texas. She is a marketing professional specializing in interactive/Web marketing. She practices innovative operations and process development with a knack for making the most out of small marketing/sales budgets and personnel.
Today we will hear from Shawn Ely of Edgewater Funds, Frank Fest of REA & Associates and Jason Stevenson of the Hoffman Group. As a business owner, you want to see your business succeed. But sometimes you just need a little help to make that happen. Edgewater Funds can help with capital investment intended on growing the business and giving the owner room to try new things. REA & Associates understands the strength of any company is the people and a strong financial plan is only as good as the team. The Hoffman Group leads the charge in innovation in the insurance industry and can help your business in a variety of ways. Tune in today!
<strong>In this show, Bill and Rick not only emphasize the business practices that will distinguish your business from other businesses, but also how to avoid the legal blunders that prevent the prosperity and even survival of your business.</strong>
The Alamance Community College, Small Business Center is part of the NC statewide Small Business Center Network. Funded through the NC Local Community College System, the Small Business Center’s Mission is to support the viability and growth of existing small business and to foster the creation of sustainable new enterprise. The result enhances economic development in Alamance County. This mission is accomplished by offering high quality support to small business owners and to all who are serious and determined about the creation of new business enterprise Small Business Center. We collaborate with you for small business success today! Looking to increase sales and profits in your business? Wanting to expand your current operations to multiple locations? Considering launching the new enterprise you have wanted to pursue for years? Wondering whether to purchase that existing business now on the market? Contact the Small business Center at Alamance Community college for direction, education and professional counseling.
The Small Business Center utilizes experts from business and industry as well as educational professionals from around and outside our state to conduct training in our workshops, seminars and speaker events. Whether you need to refresh yourself on accounting basics, understand how social media fits into your overall marketing strategy or, get expert direction on how to commercialize your new technology, our Center can assist you
The Alamance Community College, Small Business Center
The Dillingham Center
1304 Plaza Drive
Burlington, NC, 27215
Ervin.Allen@alamancecc.edu (336) 506-4311 www.alamancecc.edu/sbc
LaShon Harley (919) 536-7241 www.durhamtech.edu/sbc
Good Morning Family. Today we are talking about the basics of a business start up. I just want you to think about it. Why not start a business on the side for 2015? You might suprise yourself not just by making extra money but by taking the business to a level you never reamed of. Think about it. and Today I am going to talk about it right here onthe show. This will be the last show for 2014, Have a Safe & Joyous Holiday I will see you next year!
Corporate and large company experience can go a long way in helping owners establish small businesses. Today we will hear from attorney Mike Matasich on the benefits of working with a large law firm, Delmar Jones of Jonesy's Cleaners on how his GE background helps his dry cleaning business, and Tim Burke of FirstMerit talk about how a larger bank can support small business.
Cleveland Brown of Payscout talks about how ecommerce small businesses can export their products and collect consumer funds.
Elan Katz CEO Combines Businesses to Create Concierge Healthcare Model
Successful small business leaders, experts, accountants, lawyers and other specialists offer advice, guidance, strategies and suggestions to help small business managers increase profits, add sales, better manage cash flow, improve employee management and streamline operations.
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The Affordable Care Act just celebrated its 5th anniversary. While some of the businesses out there talk about cutting employee benefits to save money, this one is not. Bittersweet Cafe, a local hangout in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia, is a different kind of business. They love full-time employees and happily provide them employee benefits. To be good to be true?
Listen to our conversation with Jody Manor, owner of Bittersweet, who believes that "Healthcare is a basic human right."
Friday, March 27, 2015
I recently sat down with my good friend Jessica Mishra who happens to be a smarty-pants CPA. Jessica is also a holistic health coach and a registered yoga teacher, so she's no stranger to running a small business as well as the nuts and bolts of keeping order with all things financial in business.
Listen in and then submit any additional questions you have for Jessica via the Build a Badass Business Facebook group. We'll dive a bit deeper and answer your questions in a future, follow-up episode with Jessica.