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    Startups: Back to Basics

    in Goals

    Join us along with our partners Board Studios and Central Michigan University's Global Campus as we bring you Startups: Back to Basics.

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    Startups: Back to Basics

    in Goals

    Join us on Startups Back to Basics as we bring you tips and tools to take your business to the next level.

  • 00:34

    School for Startups with Jim Beach

    in Business

    School for Startups with Jim Beach is our show today on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Entrepreneurship offers a different path, actually a safer path. Traditionally, entrepreneurs have been considered the world’s big risk-takers. They were the ones who quit their jobs, mortgaged the house and went for broke, with broke often being the end result. This book is not about that. Jim started working as a research assistant at the Japanese External Trade Organization in Atlanta. He attended graduate school in Hawaii before working for Coca-Cola in Japan. At age 26, he founded American Computer Experience, which provided technology training for young people. He sold the company in 2001 and started teaching at Georgia State University. He now teaches at the University of Tennessee/Chattanooga. He has worked extensively with United Parcel Service to promote exports. This show is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. #applecapitalgroup #applecapital #thecorebusinessshow #timjacquet #jimbeach

  • Startups: Back to Basics

    in Goals

    Join us as we bring you Startups: Back to Basic from business books to professional development we provide everything you need to succeed in business.  Follow our Partners Central Michigan University Global Campus and Board Studios on social media.

  • 00:25

    School for Startups, with Jim Beach

    in Entrepreneur

    Joining host Kelly Scanlon on Smart Companies Radio is Jim Beach. In 2009, Beach started School for Startups, a Web resource devoted to teaching his philosophy of low-risk entrepreneurship. His book of the same name, “School for Startups,” was published in 2011. Referred to as the Simon Cowell of small business by CNN, Beach been featured in  Entrepreneur magazine and other major media and also hosts his own radio show heard around the country.

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    Launching a New Idea - Startups #BBSradio

    in Business

    Business & Comunication Strategist, Leadership & Keynote Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds around the world to help you "Master the Inner & Outer Game of Business."

    Breakthrough Radio is a global business radio show that delivers high impact & pioneering knowledge for leaders in business. Entrepreneurs, startups, sales/marketing/IT professionals join us every Monday.

    Diana Kander, author All in Startup; Launching a New Idea When Everything Is On The Line. What are four counterintuitive principles that separates successful entrepreneurs from wanna-preneurs.

    Stephanie Calahan the Business Vision Catalyst teaches us every second Monday how to be more effective.

    Daniel Cohen, delivers his famous segment - 10 Rules For Naming Your Product or Startup during our Breakthrough Byte.

    We will enjoy a one on one with her and dig into what does it really mean to our businesses and careers when we truley understand "How the World See You?

    Follow us & ask your questions via twitter using #BBSradio.

     We love rewarding engagement. You are invited to visit radio show blog at www.WhoIsMichelePrice.com 

  • 00:12

    Startups Back to Basics

    in Goals

    Join us on Startups Back To Basics  as we provide information and insight to entrepreneurs across the country with the best business book summaries provided by our partners Board Studios and The Book Video Club - a division of Board Studios.  Follow the conversation @your15minradio and @bookvideoclub

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    The love-hate relationship between startups and PR

    in Marketing

    The love-hate relationship between startups and PR.  This is RossTalk for the week of July 28, 2014.  In RossTalk, strategic communications consultant Gary M. Ross takes a 90-second look at issues in the news and how they relate to best practices in communications. New episodes are usually posted on Mondays. www.garymross.com   @garyrosschicago

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    CloseUP - Simple Sponsorship Secrets For Startups and Beyond

    in Women

    Corporate sponsors are not just for the big guys. You can be a startup company with very little revenue and reach that a corporation would love to support. Discover how to attract, secure and create loyal sponsors with Linda Hollander, the CEO of Sponsor Concierge. Find out how Linda went from poverty-stricken to one of the leading experts on corporate sponsorships. Her clients and sponsors include some of the largest corporations in the world including Microsoft, FedEx, Citibank, Mattel and more. Linda also provides a free gift to you, so listen in and stay until the end! This show can turn your business around in an instant.

  • 00:29

    From Zero to One: Blake Masters Talks Startups and Building the Future

    in Entrepreneur

    Joining host Kelly Scanlon is Blake Masters, co-author of the best-selling book Zero to One: Notes on Startups, Or How to Build the Future. 

    Listen in as Masters discusses how his former university instructor, legendary entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel,  believes we can learn to think for ourselves, find ways to create new things (rather than replicate what we already know), and change our future.

    Blake was a student at Stanford Law School in 2012 taking a “Computer Science 183: Startup” class instructed by EBay co-founder Peter Thiel (who was also the first outside investor in Facebook). Blake started posting his notes online, and they became an internet sensation before becoming the book to Zero to One.

    Before writing Zero to One with Peter, Blake co-founded Judicata, a legal research technology startup, and worked at Box and Founders Fund.