Ami Kassar

Why it important to understand why every small business is a family business

Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why every couple who is involved with a startup should discuss the challenges and timing together, so there are no surprises when there’s high risk, and/or when a return takes longer than expected.

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Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to report on an increasing level of problems reported from small business owners who inadvisably entered into a loan agreement with online lenders and are desperate to disengage from those relationships.
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to report on The Evergreen Movement, which is a group of small business owners who are committed to stay private, not grow beyond what makes them happy, and aren’t looking for investor funding.
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how the American entrepreneur sector ranges from a tech start up who’s seeking investors, to a Main Street small business owner who never wants to have an investor or go public.
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the aggressive practices of some non-bank lenders, and why, if you must borrow from them, you also must read the fine print.
Ami Kassar joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the dangers of borrowing business funds from a non-bank resource, including giving them access to withdraw from your bank daily, plus usurious interest rates.