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Elizabeth Dukes, co=founder of IOffice cronicles the whirlwind changes in how businesses set up workplaces; encourage worker creativity; track resources. Her new book talks about the Wide Open Workspace.
Dave Kurrasch, VP & GM of Small Business Payments Company which has just launched a new product-Small Business Workbench-to enable small businesses to better manage their operation. He talks about ways improved operations means extra profit dollars.
Alexandra Shapiro, Senior Director of Small Business Marketing at PayPal spells out ways of charging purchases on a mobile apt and gaining immediate access to funds.
Jennifer and Jason Connerly have launched a new venture which makes it easier for people to meet. Hear how they got started; what their doing to market their new products; and how they are managing growth.
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.
Portland Metro Small College Hoops Show is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford, who is the basketball insider for CSNNW.com and also loves all of basketball, including small college hoops.
Crawford's is regular contributor to CSNNW.com, Crawford's Court and also gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com
The five coaches who appear regularly on the show are"
Brad Barbarick----Concordia University----Portland, Oregon
Clif Wegner----Clackamas Community College---Oregon City, Oregon
Dinari Foreman----Lewis and Clark College----Portland, Oregon
Curt Bickley----Multnomah University----Portland, Oregon
Tim Cleary---Pacific University---Forest Grove, Oregon
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.
This show is about small college basketball, is hosted by CSNNW.com's Greg Crawford, veteran media personality and basketball expert. Coaches on the show are:
Tim Cleary----Pacific University (Forest Grove)
Dinari Foreman---Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon)
Curt Bickley----Multnomah University (Portland, Oregon)
Clif Wegner--- Clackamas Community College (Oregon City, Oregon)
Brad Barbarick----Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
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Episode 37 – 04/23/2014 – Zoo Schools with Dr. Mark Wilson
Bureau of Land Management for trying to take more land in Texas;
The importance of land and ranches for natural grazing and animal management;
Zoo schools and good careers in animal management;
Conservation, integration and extension of species and why it is important;
Common misconceptions about zoos and animal management;
Resources and organizations to help people learn more about careers in animals.
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