Category: Banking, Investors, Capital
How will the CFPB impact your bank and, therefore, your small business? Mike Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to report on the recent appointment of Richard Cordray to the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau and what the CFPB will mean to small businesses.
Focus on the fundamentals, plan for success and grow your small business in 2012. Jim Blasingame offers more business fundamentals for 2012 on banking relationships, financial projections and customer expectations.
Grow your business strategically with bank loans instead of investors. Jim Blasingame talks how to grow your business with strategic loans from banks and other sources.
Small business success depends on having a successful banking relationship. Jim Blasingame talks about the importance of creating a close relationship with a bank, for small businesses preferably with an independent community bank or credit union.
Where is growth capital coming from these days? Doug Tatum joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the impact of growth capital private equity on America's economic expansion by mid-sized companies.
If Romney's the nominee, how will Democrats exploit his investment banking background? Doug Tatum joins Jim Blasingame to discuss Romney's background as a private equity investor, and reveals the three levels of equity investors.
If you have to rely on crowdfunding, you don't have a viable business model. Jim Blasingame reveals why viable businesses must earn the right to acquire traditional capital options, like investor and bank loans, not crowdfunding.
There are problems with crowdfunding. Jim Blasingame reports on some of the news about crowd funding and why he thinks it is not going to be a long-term solution small business capitalization strategy.
What is the future of venture capital for women business owners? Kim Lavine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why, in the new normal, a venture capital exit strategy should be less about an IPO and more about ROI.
Women own 48% of businesses in the U.S., but get only get 4% of venture capital. Kim Lavine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the availability of capital for women business owners, and why even qualified women are reluctant to pursue it.
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