Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization
Why wasn't small business represented at the President's Jobs Summit? Joe Abraham talks to Jim Blasingame about who was invited, who were invited and what's wrong with this picture.
How will the health care reform legislation being proposed be harmful to small business? Dr. David Gratzer joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the details of this radical reform, including what it will mean for small business.
Why is India more exciting than China, in terms of the global marketplace? Bill Schley joins Jim Blasingame to report on his recent trip to India and why he thinks small businesses should be doing business there.
Shareholder reform, space exploration and President Obama's trip to Asia are the topics discussed by Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame. When will the U.S. go back to the moon, and will Obama have a successful trip to China?
Reporting on the many small business exporting resources, Doug Barry talks to Jim Blasingame about the exciting examples of tools, people and financial resources that are available to make exporting a reality for small businesses.
What are the trends that will influence our businesses? Gerald Celente joins Jim Blasingame to talk about trends in the economy, the marketplace, U.S. politics and geo-politics.
Shawn Askinosie shares his American small business story with Jim Blasingame about how he went from being an attorney to a chocolate maker who buys his ingredients directly from the cocoa farmer and exports his candy and other products around the world.
Could bartering help you preserve cash and grow sales?Steve Bolles joins Jim Blasigname to talk about the concept of bartering as a business strategy, including practical tips, tax issues, and the multi-party transactions that can happen with a barter network.
The government is standing by to help small business experts, according to Fred Hochberg, as he explains to Jim Blasingame how the Ex-Im Bank will guarantee the financial elements of an export transaction to make sure small businesses get paid.
Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame examine this week's Kiplinger Letter, including impending new oversight and regulation on workplace issues, plus the economic recovery and several tax issues.
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