Recent Interviews: Startup - Home-Based - Franchising
Brett Lauter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that compiling, tracking and believing the data behind your e-commerce activity is the key to making necessary adjustments and find success.
Brett Lauter joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the business model of his online company, Decluttr.com, and offer lessons from how this business was launched in the U.S.
Someone has to be the CEO of any small business. Jim Alampi joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the role of a small business CEO, and discuss the first barrier to growth, which is the $1million plateau.
What business growth plateau are you on? Jim Alampi joins Jim Blasingame to reveal two more business growth plateaus that represent capital and organizational barriers to your next level of growth.
What big schools can learn about teaching entrepreneurship from a little school. Dr. William Abare joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how little Flagler College is teaching entrepreneurship and getting students ready for the real marketplace.
How did Flagler College win the top entrepreneurship education award? Dr. William Abare joins Jim Blasingame to report on how little Flagler College's defeated 150 of the nations top universities in the Enactus Challenge.
What women should do and not do to balance job and family. Vickie Milazzo joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the things that are unique to women as they attempt to balance their profession and family.
Could there be good news coming out of Obamacare? Joel Libava joins Jim Blasingame to report that the pressures of Obamacare might be creating an opportunity for franchises that focus on staffing services.
Do you know what questions to ask a staffing franchisor? Joel Libava joins Jim Blasingame to recommend some key points to consider when looking into buying a staffing franchise.
How many small business owners want their business to continue with the family? Ed Kopf joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the statistics on how many small business owners want to pass the business on to family and how many actually do.