Summary: The Smallbiz Brain Podcast features up close interviews with authors, speakers, thought leaders and entrepreneurs.
Chris discusses the new book with host, David Wolf.
Author and Consultant James M. Kerr discusses his latest book, The Executive Checklist-A Guide for Setting Direction and Managing Change
Author and computer forensics expert talks about the universe of online security.
Ilya discusses the Company’s total End-to-End Customer Acquisition Solution and how they help clients become more effective at the local level.
Val Romero has run a women’s networking group in Albuquerque, NM for over 12 years. She successfully connects dozens and dozens of women every single month with one another. Learn her story on this episode of “That’s When It Hit Me!”
Since 2007, Mr. Pacheco has led the Loan Fund from a portfolio of $5,000,000 to more than $45 million by helping business owners grow their businesses and great jobs in New Mexico.
From an employee managing a company’s software to owning a software company!
How do you effectively communicate to your customers and/or employees? Have you considered video? Jon Air of Sparkol has an amazing story that he shares with us on how he created Video Scribe, an animation video software that brings stories to life.
Greg McNeil is like Wayne Gretzky… but not quite. Learn how this “Wayne Gretzky of the Personal Training world” built his successful business.
Marketing is the #1 skill that is required for any business to be successful
Louis Bledsoe shares how he came from being an engineer from Tennessee to Amway, to working for car dealerships, then finally finding his place as an entrepreneur building websites.http://www.abqmobileweb.com
Wayne Story, founder of Marketing Strategies Rx joins us on this episode. Learn from him as he talks about the kind of marketing that small business owners should be focusing on which is quite different from the marketing that the Big Boys in the business world focus on.
Paul Birrell shares how he started his multi-restaurant delivery service in New Jersey in 1992. The business operates profitably to this day. He also shares his early ventures/failures and how he has evolved as an entrepreneur.
You may be one of those business owners who views bookkeeping as one of those “dirty words” that should be avoided for as long as possible. But unless you have the funds to hire a full-time bookkeeper, it’s imperative that you make this function a priority — or your business will suffer.
“How to Finance Your Business” by George Lovato, Jr. Author, entrepreneur, finance guru and merchant banker, George Lovato, Jr., has created an new interactive eBook entitled, “How to Finance Your Business: Everything You Always Wanted To Know On How to Finance Your Business, but Were Never Taught For Small and Big Business Alike” [Simon Cook Thinkers Press, LLC].