Wednesday, May 02, 2012
America has a the most extensive entrepreneur support network than any other country. Jim Mingey joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the resources available to help veterans start a business, including his virtual business accelerators.
Miliary reserves and national guard make a commitment to the U.S., too. Jim Mingey joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the definition of a veteran and why reserves and national guard should be included as veterans.
The cost of taking a new drug to market is over ten times more today than in 1975. Avik Roy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the cost of complying with current FDA regulations is making new drug development prohibitive.
Can FDA approval for new drugs become less onerous? Avik Roy joins Jim Blasingame to report on the high costs of FDA-required clinical trials and the advantages of an accelerated trial program.
Should U.S. drug companies benefit from European testing results? Avik Roy joins Jim Blasingame to compare the U.S. and European drug testing systems to bring new drugs to the market, plus the added costs of litigation.
Your sales team should be a performing investment, not an expense. Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to develop a successful sales organization by hiring people who fit the sales personality profile and then manage with metrics.
Insperity Championship is dedicated to celebrating small businesses and communities charities. Jay Mincks joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the 9th Insperity Championship and its celebration of small businesses, plus a one-of-a-kind Greats of Golf event.
Can a family business with four siblings working in it be successful? Denis Deluca joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his family business and how he and three siblings have successfully grown the business for more than 35 years.
Why is the nutritional supplements industry growing? Denis Deluca joins Jim Blasingame to report why his industry, nutritional suppliments, is growing by improving the health and performance of their customers.
Outsourcing is the best thing to ever happen to small business. Denis Deluca joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how his family-owned business has successfully used the practice of outsourcing non-core competencies.