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Now focused on giving back, John Barber spent a majority of his career in large corporations including Procter and Gamble and the Pepsi Cola company.
At age 27 he was the General manager of Pepsi Las Vegas and at 34 the Vice President of a functional division for North America with 3000 employees and $1.5 billion in cash flow responsibilities. Today he is semi-retired and yet still has ownership in 4 businesses. He is focused on "giving back" whenever possible and currently serves on the Azelea festival board in Roswell to benefit the Cottage school endowment fund.
Join UIF founder Tim Ray and his guest John Barber as they discuss how to make your business intentional on the UI Radio network on Angel Heart Radio .
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Ever since I was a child, I see and hear how hard it is for Black people to find jobs. Black people are also being paid less for the exact same work as their white counterparts. Whenever the topic of creating your own business not only for yourself, but to hire qualified Black people, we (as a people) get quiet all of a sudden. Excuses are made and our people will keep trying to plug a square peg into a round hole. I will have special guests in David Anderson (owner of iBrand U) and Ronin Martin as we discuss why Black people are afraid to start businesses. We will also discuss solutions and tips on how to get started. We'd love to hear from you Sunday March 13th, 7 PM EST/4 PST and the call in number is (347) 850-1065
How often do you hear , Support Black Owned Businesses? I am a firm believer in supporting the business that will provide quality service and offer the best for my money, whether it is Black owned, Chinese owned, White owned or any other race.
I have of course supported black owned businesses but have not always been given the best service or given the most for my money. Has this happened to you? Should I continue to support an establishment that offers poor service and/or subpar merchandise just because the business if owned by someone of the same race?
This week's research led me to the following found at:
The author of this article did a poll and asked Why is it hard to support black owned businesses and gathered the following top 5 answers:
They give poor customer service
They are only trying to make a quick buck and don't care about their customers
They sell cheap products/below average services at exponentially high prices
They don't guarantee their products/services
They are very unprofessional/ghetto
Do you a agree or disagree?
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Charod "Ali" Batts returns to discuss entrepreneurialism and brand expansion with your co-hosts. Your co-hosts will also be joined by Chantel Cunningham (Attitude By Chantel) Veronica Hidges (Make Me Over By Veronica) and Keesha Selby (Goodie Bagz By Keesha) to discuss their new joint venture "The Closet Botique."
Co-host: Shan Thomas, Creator of EntrepreNEWher
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As technology changes and the world of online advertising keeps pace, your business must keep up also. Many small business owners that I speak with are tired of the same information being presented to them in the same saley fashion – of which they may or may not fully comprehend. Its my job to make sure you UNDERSTAND where your marketing dollars are going and how to better utilize them for a ROI that you are proud of. Let’s talk.:.
? 97% of consumers are looking for your business online and deciding where to shop locally (Google)
? 89% of consumers go online to do additional research about products or services they consider spending money on. (Cone)
? There are approximately 300 million searches per day for information on the Internet (Nielsen/NetRatings 2010)
Now, another question as a business owner you might want to consider is – What is your MOBILE strategy? Smart phones are growing faster than any other technological device! Do you have a mobile website, a text message marketing plan, a mobile app (iPhone/Android)?
Dr. Ariston Awitan on Cryptocurrencies and MLM Home Based Businesses...... with host Peter Mingils on Building Fortunes Radio.
SO What Makes Vizionary and Capricoin Different from Bitcoin ? “MARKETING”---
CAPRICOIN IS A CRYPTOCURRENCY WITH A FORMAL MARKETING STRAEGY AT VIZIONARY.
This presentation will clarify the question that I always encountered when I share this Vizionary/Capricoin Business.
Our guest today is Scott Schlemmer. One of the U.S. Vizionary Top Leaders.
CAPRICOIN IS A CRYPTOCURRENCY NOW TRADED ON PUBLICLY REGULATED EXCHANGES BITTREX, BLEUTRADE , WORLCOININDEX AND CRYPTOID.
CAPRICOIN USES NEW IMPROVED TECHNOLOGY, SO TRANSACTION IS INSTANT, LIKE 3 SECONDS.
Capricoin aims to become a widely accepted and trusted method of business exchange. It is developed through a collaboration between a group of technology companies in Europe and the USA. This can be that big opportunity you always have dreamt about.
It’s all about being there when it happens.
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The American Muslim Business Association (AMBA) was incorporated by Imam W.D. Mohammad in 1995. The name was eventually changed to the New Africa Business Association (NABA). Its intent is to identify African Americans as a valuable marketing source. Each association is incorporated independently in its own state. New Africa Business Association was incorporated in 2011 as a profit organization, LLC. Its objective is to identify all businesses in our community and stimulate their business activities by network marketing and doing business with each other.
Create new businesses through Joint Investments. Our slogan is “What One Can’t Do Many Can,” because the Federal Government and Private Banks will only receive money from the African American Communities and give back just less than nothing. We the business owners and consumers have to become vested with each other and create new businesses jointly.
Matt Speare, Executive Vice President & Enterprise CIO at Regions Bank talks about ways small businesses can help prevent fraud.
JoDee Baer and Dr. Greg Carder about Zija Product line and living longer.
Playfully said, "you don't have to get old".
Host Peter Mingils talks with JoDee Baer and Dr. Greg Carder about Zija Product Line and Home Based Businesses on Building Fortunes Radio.
Building Fortunes Radio is a platform that is documenting JoDee baer's success as she climbs up the rank ladder. We have watched her become Mercedes Benz car qualified and now she has two members on her team following in her footsteps.
www.buildingfortunesradio.com/jodee is where you can hear the archived Radio shows on Building Fortunes Radio.
JoDee Baer is growing her Zija business the way it should be done. She works hard, educated her people and her customers and makes a difference. Today, she is interviewing Tommy Sacca. A top earner and hard worker with this company.
She is hosting another event in Florida with many of her local leaders joining her to help people get started and continue with their journey for better health and income. If you are interested in health and nutrition and / a home based business... attend this event.
Go to http://znation.eventbrite.com to see the details.
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