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Digital and Social Media Strategist & Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds in Business, discussing the Inner and Outer Game for today's business. Breakthrough Radio delivers high impact & pioneering business knowledge for entrepreneurs, startups, sales/marketing/IT professionals every Monday with Houston's #1 Social Media Strategist, Michele Price.
Lou Gerken, author The Little Book of Venture Capital Investing:Empowering Economic Growth and Investment Portfolios
Andrea Waltz, author Go For No and keynote speaker-The Five Failure Levels, Level 4 Failing Bigger and Faster.
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The Wall Street Geek is hosted by financial expert Michelle Price, Managing Pricipal of fee only financial advisor Price Capital LLC in NYC and the author of "How to Buy Stocks Online" (available at Amazon).
The angel and venture capital (e.g., VC) worlds are like the Wizard of Oz. They’re so cloaked in secrecy that most people don’t know what VC’s and angels do until one is about to get equity in your business.
Shows like Shark Tank give a peek behind the curtain. But Shark Tank only scratches the surface.
If you’re a business owner, how does the funding process work? What are venture capitalists and angel investors looking for when they read your business plan? If you’re looking to become an employee at a VC or angel investing firm, how do you make the transition?
Keep listening. I’ve got the inside scoop on all of these questions.
The good news is women are creating businesses and hiring employees faster than anyone else. The bad news is, too few of us build our businesses with a plan for massive growth or scalability. I mean think about it: how often have you heard a "sista CEO" talk about Venture Capital or Angel Investors?
Fortunately, Adrienne Graham has decided to take the lead on that conversation. Adrienne is the Founder & CEO of Empower Me! Corporation ( www.empowerme.org ), a Growth Strategies consultancy with brand extensions in media, publishing and entrepreneurial education.
She provides Strategic Business Growth consulting services to companies with high growth potential by helping clients create processes and plans to effectively run, grow and position their business for success.
On this episode of the Bold Zone, Adrienne will explain the secrets to scaling your business and what you REALLY need to do to attract Venture Capital right now.
If you're a woman entrepreneur who is ready to step out of her safe zone and into her BOLDzone, be listening to this one.
Bernd Schoner, founder of tech startup, ThingMagic talks about the pros and cons of seeking venture capital. He is the author of The Tech Entrepreneur's Survival Guide: How to Bootstrap Your Startup, Lead Through Tough Times, and Cash in for Success.
Diana Ennen discusses the pros and cons of hiring a PR professional to help in a small business marketing efforts. There are benefits to be gained from PR but a small business leader needs to commit.
Kevin Paul Scott has spoken to leaders on six continents from more than 100 countries. An adventurer and past corporate communications executive, talks today as to why college graduates turn down jobs.
Successful entrepreneurs knows that starting and sustaining a business requires financial capital. Most of today's businesses struggle to make it because ownership is unable to secure the capital needed. Which business fund-raising (crowdfunding) channels are available for today's new start-up entrepreneur? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Financing for businesses and entrepreneurs can be difficult these days, but in Northern New Mexico the Venture Acceleration Fund (or VAF as it's commonly known) is taking off. Originally started in 2006 by Los Alamos National Security, LLC, the company who manages Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the fund now has outside investors and awarded over $400,000 to 10 companies in 2014. Learn more through this podcast where Kurt Steinhaus, director of the Community Programs Office at LANL, speaks with Shandra Clow and Vangie Trujillo, LANL employees who help administer the VAF alongside the Regional Development Corporation of Española.
When we think about investors, we usually think about a room full of guys with money to throw around. We think about the hard ass pitch sessions in which some men (usually from Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley) telling you why you're not ready for investment and frowning because you've wasted their time. But the landscape is changing. Yes the pitch meetings are still intense, but more women are entering the picture.
Today, my guest and I discuss what it takes to become an investor, the kind of details they look for, and how the landscape is changing to include women. We'll talk about what you, as an investor should be looking for and introduce Pipeline Fellowship, founded my Natalia Oberti Noguera. Send us email with questions to email@example.com or you can tweet us using hashtag #RealTalk.
Starting a business takes courage, commitment, and capital. What if you needed somewhere between $5000 and $1,000,000 to effectively launch your new business venture? What key component do investors look for when deciding to partner with your revolutionary business plan? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE.”
Business Rudiments: How to Write Your Business Plan
How to Spot Key Growth Opportunities for Your Business
Angel Investors Network, raising capital, crowdfunding, free enterprise and capitalism
Have you ever wondered why America is great? You must meet Mr. Writer who gives you two reasons that will help entrepreneurs have a good life and achieve financial independence, and create wealth.
Mr. Writer is an executive with over 31 years experience in corporate finance, capital formation, executive level management, mergers, acquisitions, software development and sales/marketing.
At the age of 21, he was the youngest owner and operator of a full service investment banking firm in the history of the United States where he was directly involved in over $100 million in financings, dozens of IPO’s and mergers & acquisitions for early stage and start up companies.
He is a nationally known professional speaker/trainer and provides marketing/Internet Marketing and business consulting, specializing in business strategy, marketing, capital engineering and corporate finance.
He is the CEO & Founder Angel Investors Network, which is a syndicate successful entrepreneurs, investment bankers, angel investors, marketing & management experts, lawyers, and accountants who have built successful companies in a diverse set of industries.
They help assist entrepreneurs in the areas of capital formation, raising equity capital, crowdfunding and every facet of business management and marketing to help them acquire what they need to be successful and accomplish their dreams.
He is often referred to as the "Entrepreneurs best Friend".
Join my community www.matchentrepreneurs.com
An annual Chicago event coming up at the end of August (August 25 to August 27) is the answer that many franchisors are looking for. Three years ago, a business-powerhouse saw a problem and did something about it by creating the Franchise Capital Exchange (FCX). Franchise Capital Exchange is the only event of its kind where franchisors present their business opportunities to potential investors in an effort to secure capital to fuel their future.
This event is a one-stop-shop where brands and capital partners come together and can pitch themselves to multiple parties. The event allows for cost and time efficiencies as well as encourages networking and learning opportunities.
The brain behind this revolutionary idea is that of Susan Black-Beth, Chief Operating Officer for Super Wash, Inc., who was literally born into the business world. Susan comes from a family of entrepreneurs and grew up in a family business and started working when she was 4 years old.
Susan bought her first business (Super Wash rehab) when she was 19 yrs old
Susan was a multi-unit franchisee for 9 years
She started a professional speaking business in 2010 (33 yrs old)
She started Franchise Capital Exchange (originally known as "Dealmakers' Summit) in 2012 (35 yrs old)
Overall, Susan started 3 companies by the time she was 35
In segment 2, you will hear Marty McDermott, the President of Franchise Interviews, on WVOX radio discussing franchising and branding.
Wall Street markets were higher in afternoon trading today after the Federal Reserve concluded a two-day meeting with a statement affirming its commitment to its stimulus campaign.
Brent Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Lending analyzes the results of the meeting.
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