Recent Interviews: Startup - Home-Based - Franchising
Could you use more business? Maybe a trade show is the answer. Lana Calloway joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to grow your business by attending and exhibiting at trade shows associated with your industry.
Need help preparing to exhibit at a trade show? Lana Calloway joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the key elements that should be addressed when you've decided to be an exhibitor at an industry trade show associated with your business.
What is your role as a small business CEO? Tom Asacker joins Jim Blasingame to explain delegating your work as a manager to focus on your work as a CEO.
What's your definition of entrepreneurial wisdom? Jim Blasingame reveals his definition of wisdom and his ideas on how to merge wisdom with entrepreneurship.
Tough times are not fun, but they can be productive. Jim Blasingame to share his experiences with desperate times as an entrepreneur, and to remind you that these times can also provide moments of clarity and lead to inspiration.
Franchises are a good start-up alternative, especially in a slow economy. Jim Wassell joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the operational and financial benefits of a franchise start-up, even in a slow economy.
This entrepreneur is relaunching his great-great grandfather's 150 year old brewery.Tom Markel joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his efforts to get a family brewery started up again, having been founded in the 19th century.
How do you test your start-up idea? Tom Markel joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how he has successfully started a dozen businesses by including a "sanity committee" in the process as a way to test his ideas against reality.
When a multi-generation has to make brand changes. Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to report on a family business that discovered it's traditional brand image wasn't working and what they did to fix it.
Does your business's execution match your image? Pam Danziger joins Jim Blasingame to report on how one family owned business executed in a modern way, but their image didn't reflect that, and how they fixed it.