Category: Banking, Investors, Capital
Will the Fed raise interest rates at this meeting? Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to report whether the Federal Reserve Board will raise interest rates and discuss economic factors they will consider.
What are the key things to know when trying to get a small business bank loan? Jim Blasingame talks about six critical elements you should pay attention to when trying to get a loan from a bank for your business.
What is the big issue between entrepreneurs and investors? Tim Berry joins Jim Blasingame to explain why the greatest issue an entrepreneur will have with investors is agreeing on an exit strategy.
Is the business plan a tool to manage with or to attract investors? Tim Berry joins Jim Blasingame to explain that a business plan is a multi-faceted tool to manage with as well as to be used to attract outside capital, whether from a bank or an investor.
What will be the impact of new financial legislation on small banks and the small businesses they serve? Mike Menzies joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the dangerous provisions for small banks and small businesses in the financial reform legislation being debated.
What percentage of small businesses are investor prospects? Tim Berry joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why such a tiny percentage of small businesses are ever going to be prospects to attract venture capital to grow.
Surveying the current credit landscape for small businesses, Tom Markel joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the improving trend for getting financing for established small businesses, plus tips on how to get the funds you need.
How is the landscape for buying or selling a small business? Russell Brown joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the issues that are involved in buying or selling a small business in the current economic and financial environment.
Reporting on the truth about small business lending, Bill Dunkelberg joins Jim Blasingame to explain why and how Washington and Wall Street are wrong when they say small businesses can't get loans.
What is the #1 reason small businesses fail? Jim Blasingame reveals why the #1 reason small businesses fail is not marketing or management, but rather not understanding the dynamics of business cash flow and growth capitalization.
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