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We welcome Dan McCaffery, Chairman and CEO, McCaffery Interests. Daniel McCaffery is responsible for leading the vision, strategic direction, new business creation and enhancement for all aspects of the firm. Mr. McCaffery has thirty years of experience in the real estate industry and has led the development of more than $2 billion of urban mixed-use projects.
Before forming McCaffery Interests, Dan worked in Canada and the US with Oxford Properties and BCE Development (now Brookfield), one of the largest and most successful Canadian real estate companies, where he was Senior Vice President responsible for its Midwest and Mountain Operations.
Dan has been very active with the Urban Land Institute and International Council of Shopping Centers, where he is a sought after speaker and participant on panels and award juries. Mr. McCaffery was educated in Ireland and Canada and earned a Bachelor of Physical Education and a Master of Arts from the University of Alberta.
Mr. McCaffery was also named #84 in the 100 Most Powerful Chicagoans for 2014 in Chicago Magazine.
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Every business must conduct strategic planning to be successful in business. Today we will discuss some of the tools that you can use in your small business to position yourself for more business now and long term.
Part of a series by Melody Campbell, founder of the Northwest School of Business.
Join June Evans, Program Director of Training and Education for the Center for Minority Business Development and Kelvin Jeter, President of Krendall & Orren Business Solutions for a tantalizing discussion on the importance of a business plan.
Developing a business plan is essential to the success of any business. But, the question remains how detailed should the plan be. This segment will discuss how and when a company should invest in developing a strategic business plan.
Today on What Keeps You Up At Night, host Brendan Major is joined by Ann Connor of AdviCoach to discuss the importance of things like strategic planning, smart goals and financial planning in your small business. Ann will be discussing why planning is the most important activity a business owner can do, and how you can do it most effectively. She’ll also talk about the importance of creating achievable goals for your business. Lastly, we'll dive into the financial side of owning a business, everything from balancing a budget, to cash flow and more!
About Our Guest
You can learn a lot about Ann Connor from her numbers. One example, in a down housing market, she helped a home inspector’s sales improve 25 percent and an architect’s sales soar 87 percent. “One of the smartest decisions I’ve made as a new business owner was to work with business coach Ann Connor,” one client glowed. She’s helped more than 100 small business owners and non-profit organizations identify their goals, steer them around a multitude of obstacles, and tackle their long-term challenges with a series of manageable steps.
Before running her own businesses, Ann learned from others, through management positions with Sam’s Club and C&S Wholesale Grocers. Her industry expertise includes strategic planning, profit and loss management, inventory control, product marketing and product development. Ann became certified as an AdviCoach in 2008 because it is the premier source for business coaching and advisory services customized for small to mid-size businesses.
Ultimate Business Owner 20M Interview: Business Valuation and Value Enhancement for Strategic and Ex
Steve Beatty interviews Patrice Sebastian who shares tips, ideas and strategies to help you form a valuable exit strategy. We upload new content daily so check back often!
Joining Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski on this episode of the QTI Power Hour is Dan DiSalvo, Project Manager at HyPower, Inc. Discover how as a small business owner you can level the field with larger competitors through business alliances.
HyPower, Inc. is a privately held firm comprised of four high-performance business groups, shares the same key mission: to deliver best-in-class results to every client…on every project…for the best value.
for more information on Jason Lofton and QTI, Inc. visit http://www.qti5.com/
and for additonal information on guest Dan DiSalvo and HyPower go online to http://www.hypowerinc.com/
Strategic Planning is essential for your small business. Yet, if you're like many small business owners you might not know where to start. Let me teach you what the successful business owners know and do.
How do you continue to grow your business in a meaningful way that makes a difference? Implementing a Cause Marketing Strategy is an important first step.
But before you select a nonprofit partner – you need to create a Strategic Volunteer strategy and do your research. Effective cause marketing campaigns are built on solid foundations and taking the time to choose the best partner for your business is key to creating a successful outcome. More importantly, you need to think beyond the money. Strategic Volunteering is not just the monetary contribution. It’s also about donating time, products and services.
This week’s Guest, Susan Finch, is a web developer, strategic content and graphics creator, social marketing advisor, co-host/control room Google+ Hangout On Air maestro, and your personal web trainer. Susan also knows a lot about Strategic Volunteering and is sharing her best tips and advice for business owners.
Susan is the President of The Binky Patrol, a not-for-profit organization she founded 14 years ago to provide hand sewn, knitted, crocheted or quilted blankets to unwed mothers for their newborn babies as well as children and teens in need of comfort: those who are ill, abused, in shelters, foster care or experiencing any type of trauma.
The stories at The Binky Patrol will make your heart sing with joy… you can easily get involved… and it’s easy to make a Binky… watch this video to learn more!
Please connect with Susan via her website, Google+, Twitter and The Binky Patrol. She would LOVE to hear from you!
Selling In A Skirt With Judy Hoberman and her guest Elizabeth Naylor & Donna Smith Bellinger
Elizabeth established Ebenezer Wellness, a corporate wellness and private practice focused on holistic nutrition in 2006. Her research centers around two areas: the role of food in prevention of disease, and the process of capacity building (finding your best thinking or clarity) in the individual. She holds credentials in Applied Clinical Nutrition, Certified Intrinsic Coaching, Certified Valuations Specialist and is currently completing coursework for her Doctorate in Holistic Nutrition. Elizabeth works with individuals to understand their health issues and the role of diet and lifestyle in supporting their vitality. http://www.ebenezerwellness.com/about/http:
For over 30 years, Donna Smith Bellinger have been inspired to direct her career in a manner that affects more than the bottom line of a business; but to also touch the lives of those I work with. My management career spans teambuilding, sales, training and extensive community service. My audiences and clients have ranged from high school students to MBAs. As a single parent, I learned early the value of entrepreneurship as well as being of service to others. My life ‘s journey has required that I develop an “outside the box” approach to business and to life. http://www.groupendeavors.com
Overcome Entrepreneur Overwhelm so You Can Shine Online Living the Dream: Staci Dennet will share with us how to jumpstart a business and llive and work from anywhere.
On today's show we continue our series on The Energy of Money. In the first segment we discuss the continuing false flag saga of black people being disrespected in sports. A racially charged email led to Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson giving up his team was discovered during an internal investigation following a racially driven comment by another member of the Hawks leadership, What is this really about. I say its about business, not race!
In the second segment we explore what it really takes to be in business. There is a difference between the mind of an owner and the mind of an employee. We will explore how that dynamic manifests in the black community. After last week’s show I took it upon myself to set up a series of meetings with a prominent banker to discuss why it’s so easy to get a church loan but not a business loan in black communities. What was revealed to me will startle you.
In the final segment we take your phone calls at 347.850.1753.
U.S. BANK AND AUSA PRESENT
AN EVENT FOR VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS OWNERS
AND VETERANS WHO ARE THINKING OF STARTING A BUSINESS
SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 11AM - 7PM
Doubletree by Hilton Bloomington
7800 Normandale Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55439
This free event will feature a number of sessions including:
Business planning and marketing research
Websites and social media
Financing and financing alternative solutions
Effective sales and marketing training
Legal considerations of starting a business
Networking & lunch with leading veteran business owners
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