Interviews RSS Feed

Category: Family Businesses and Partnerships

David Gage
David joins Jim to talk about steps that should be taken PRIOR to starting a partnership that will contribute to a successful business partnership.
Ellen and Jim celebrate her 8th anniversary of being on the show by talking about what it takes to successfully transition a family business from one generation to the next.
Have you ever seen a paint manufacturer that was a small busienss? Well, that's what Chip's family business does, and they're one of about 400 small paint manufacturers left in the U.S. Chip shares his thoughts on what it takes to be a little fish in a big sea of sharks, and how to find success there. Hint: It's not about price. This interview is part of Jim's participation in the Tulsa Chamber's Business and Technology Showcase.
Paul introduces the story of his company that was founded by the children of the holocaust survivors and grew from a family business to the largest provider of none-dues revenue projects for chamber of commerce.
Ellen and Jim celebrate Family Business Week by talking about some of the secrets of success of family businesses, including having the children go to work somewhere else before they join the family firm full time.
Rod Kurtz
Rod small business editor at SmallBusinessWeek.com joins Jim to discuss a recent report on family businesses including succession issues and 21st century influences.
Ellen joins Jim to discuss how to overcome differences in your family business.
Jim and Frank speak about research results concerning family businesses.
Lidia Bastianich
Lidia joins Jim for the first time to discuss how to hold family business meetings.
David Gage
Jim and David discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of small business partnerships.

Browse by category