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Skit "Business Growning Down Fund Program" illustrates how funding can delay in business where it should be provided by the government as promised and how it affects the population, in particular, youth in Nigeria. No one may care but we sould at least pay attention to how youth are always unemployed in the Niger Delta and how the fund may be misused. This leads to encourage youth leaving the country and, without having nothing to depend on, they commit crime. You can read the script here.
Hideko Nagashima.......................Mr. Greed & Mr. Suffer
Gloobal Eco Talk Show is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com
Shark Tanks Across America is a nationwide community network of everyday people who are interested in learning first-hand, how to become a profitable Entrepreneur and/or Small Business Investor. No experience is necessary to participate. If you would like to learn how to pitch and fund business ideas for profit and for fun, you should consider joining a local chapter of Shark Tanks Across America.
Did you know that every time a small business start-up earns a dollar, YOU could be getting a piece of the action? Not just in YOUR community, but a piece of the action from start-ups in communities across America? Do you know anyone with a great business idea but lacks the funding, know-how, or connections to launch it properly?
Shark Tanks Across America is an earn as you learn educational training program for Investors and Entrepreneurs. STAA provides GRANTS for small business start-ups, which have to be paid back over time, plus a minimum 10% donation to STAA. Traditional, online, home-based, & not for profit businesses ideas are accepted.
Shark Tanks Across America Chapters are made up of 100 everyday people located in communities across America, who collaborate each month to brainstorm, pitch, fund, promote, and launch business ideas for profit and for fun. Members make small financial contributions to the program each year in the form of Tuition, which is used to fund the Grant Program. At the end of each training cycle year, each Chapter will receive perks and rewards for participating in the program. Opportunities for advancement are built into the training program. No experience, income, or credit is required to participate.
For Info: http://www.iTrainInvestors.com
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."
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Tune-in today at 1pm est. to hear helpful hints from the marketing guru Charlie Blue on how to get government grants to fund your business career.
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What woman doesn't want to take control of her life? Starting a business and watching it grow is one great way to do just that. But many women have no experience with entrepreneurship, and many carry extra burdens to life fulfillment. Those who have experienced domestic violence even more so.
Susan Wilson Solovic, best selling author, ABC and Fox commentator Susan Wilson Solovic will talk women starting small and making it. From upstart to millionaire, from beginner to expert, she has advice and suggestions for every woman out there. join us for this important conversation.
Can you crowdfund yourself to success? Recent developments in crowdfunding have made this highly lucrative online venue even more popular. Take for instance Zack Brown, the Potato Salad Guy who wanted to raise $10 to make potato salad and wound up with $55,000 for his efforts on Kickstarter. (Talk about supersizing!) In today's still shaky economy, many entrepreneurs are turning to crowdfunding to start or expand a business since the banks have tightened rules regarding business loans. Other creative sorts are simply using crowdfunding to generate income of and by itself. So if you're interested in learning the ins and outs of one of the hottest commodities on the Internet, tune in for this potentially profitable episode.
Business Exit Round Table with Heath Frantzen features solutions to the common problems effecting business owners who want to exit their businesses successfully and avoid making mistakes that wind up costing them lots of money and headaches.
Today's scheduled guests:
Dale Fedewa-Leadership Expert
As an entrepreneur, Dale founded, directed and sold an international firm, New River Precision and Lightning Mounting Systems. This was a highly successful design, fabrication, integration, and contract manufacturing business that included the flat screen television market, with three patents pending.
He also founded Redoak Logic, a company that develops and markets a proprietary informatics signaling platform for the pharmaceutical industry. His expertise includes manufacturing and service industries, intellectual capital-based strategies and global supply chain.
John Crabb of SMART Group Houston. With over 28 years in business, John is a catalyst for executive-level customer relationship generation and development, strategic business and channel development, and creative marketing execution. He shares his insights into what make great businesses great and how companies can develop their people and resources to become more desirable to buyers.
Most business owners run their business off of passion. They have an idea and they run with it! Great! Great start! So, how's it going?
Brighter Business Empower was developed with the business OWNER in mind. Most small business owners run everything. You are the business specialist, you are also the marketing department, the accounting department, the webmaster AND the social media expert. Except, you really only know how to do one job well. Which is why we created learning opportunities for busy business owners.
Through our webinars, you will learn from industry experts on how to move your business forward. In our FREE online magazine you'll read articles with solid advice and tips on what you need to know as a business owner. And here on our Blog TalkRadio show we discuss those articles and help you Work ON Your Business instead of just working in it.
Join us as we talk to Christina Rowsell, Editor of the Brighter Business Empower Magazine. We'll walk through some of the past articles that are worth looking over again. AND we'll talk about the upcoming November Issue.
Read the Brighter Business Empower Magazine HERE. And listen every week for another Work ON Your Business Radio show.
Visit Brighter Business Empower HERE.
A daily journal from Michael S. Rothberg. Michael is the “Politically Incorrect Evil-Genius” who is definitely “Not Ready for Prime Time” and dares to publicly share with you “Warts and All” as he builds his Isagenix Life Sciences Diet, Weight Loss and Anti-aging home business for fun and profit.
Home Based Business University Radio Show is here to promote opportunities both domestically and internationally. We will hear from Entrepreneurs from all countries around the world. We will learn about new and exciting business opportunities as well as innovative products and services which will help us make for a Better World.
Join hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford as they discuss hiring, how to set yourself apart from the competition. In current business, we are dealing in an unemployed market. People have a lot of options, including employment agencies. Job searches are being done now on Facebook and LinkedIn because of friends referring one another. Sometimes, they find potential employees who aren't even looking for a job but someone referred them to a job opening.