How valuable are your relationships? David Nour talks with Jim Blasingame about how to be more successful as a networker, and why you should think of your business relationships as a form of currency, with real value.
Speaking to an audience at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C.
Jim and his friend, Fred Hochberg, chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S.
Speaking at a Zions Bank small business event.
"Starting a small business is easy – operating and growing a successful one is not."
Jim received the Small Business Advocate of the Year Award fromThe New York Enterprise Report.
Jim and Davonna are honored to work with the King, Arnold Palmer, and his hospitals.
Jim autographs one of his books and shares a story.
Jim speaks to his peeps at a local chamber of commerce.
Jim and Karen Kerrigan, President & CEO of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council
Jim is a high-energy keynote speaker.
Emceeing a black tie event for the SBA
Jim addresses an SBA audience during Small Business Week.
"The Age of the Customer is replacing the Age of the Seller."
"21st century success will require you to leverage technology effectively."
Jim does his Mickey impersonation at an SBA annual gala in Orlando, Florida.
Mitt Romney and Hector Barreto on stage at The Latino Coalition's Annual Economic Summit during Small Business Week 2012.
Jim has been a frequent emcee during Small Business Week for the U.S. Small Business Administration.
On stage with Paul Sarvadi, CEO of Insperity, and Bob McTeer, former President of the Dallas Fed.
Aris Melissaratos, former Sec. of the Maryland Dept. of Business and Economic Development, and Jim
Jim moderates a panel discussion for the U.S. Chamber's Small Business Summit in Washington, D.C.