Broadcasting live from the Ex-Im Bank's 2010 Annual Conference, Jim Blasingame talks about the excellent experience he had during his stay and work at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., and why every small business should model their execution after this organization.
Talking about small business capital support from the U.S. Government, Jim Blasingame reports from the 2010 Ex-Im Bank's Annual Conference with a message about how a small business can acquire growth capital by incorporating a bank, the SBA and Export-Import Bank.
How do you become the "ding" in branding when customers decide to buy something and immediately see a brand in their mind? Jim Blasingame talks about what a small business must do to differentiate itself in The Age of the Customer™.
For B2B sales success, the customer experience is everything, according to Jim Blasingame, who reveals the way business-to-business selling must be conducted in The Age of the Customer™.
For business to consumer sales success, the customer experience is everything, according to Jim Blasingame, who reveals the success components of B2C selling in The Age of the Customer™.
Americans are demanding leadership, not partisanship, according to Jim Blasingame, who uses the words of George Washington to promote the idea that our pursuit of liberty must come with elected leaders who know they work for the people, not special interests.
Celebrating two heroes, Olympians and small business owners, Jim Blasingame talks about why he thinks these two groups are worthy of your admiration and why the world is a better place because of them.
Finding the right social media balance for your small business is an important task, according to Jim Blasingame, as he talks about making sure you don't let it consume you, nor should you neglect this powerful tool.
How does a small business find relevance in The Age of the Customer™? Jim Blasingame identifies the markers of what he calls The Age of the Customer™, how this is changing the marketplace and what businesses have to do to compete in this new Age.
What does America have to do to regain our global leadership in the marketplace of things and the marketplace of ideas? Jim Blasingame says America can't keep living off of what we accomplished in the 20th century. The 21st century is a brand new place, and we have to demand more of ourselves and those we allow to represent us.