Episode 73: Jason Redwine, LANrm

January 25th, 2015

Happiness is Cloud 9.  At least that's how the saying goes.  But cloud's can also mean security breaches, data crashes, lost productivity and well, basically a lightning bolt that fries your *ss.  That's why everyone needs to know someone like Jason Redwine.  Only there's only one guy that's like Jason Redwine.  So tune in and get to know him and find out how he can help you master your clouds and find happiness.  

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Episode 72: Bad Girl Ventures, Norton Flooring, All Care Navigators

January 19th, 2015

Corey Drushal of Bad Girl Ventures brings us the latest winners of their BGV program. Bad Girl Ventures runs a nine week program of mentoring and coursework twice a year where women can fine tune their business plan and enhance their business acumen to realize maximum success. The women entrepreneurs then compete for a 25k low interest loan. The winners of the second half of 2014 are Norton Flooring and All Care Navigators. Tune in to hear their first hand experience of the program to see if it may be for you?

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Episode 71: Renee Reed, Biz Identity

January 12th, 2015

There's Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Yelp, and Foursquare among others.  What am I talking about?  Ways to get found online.  But even before those mega platforms are used, you need to do one thing...talk to Renee Reed of BizIdentity.  

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Episode 70: Dr. Kim Combs, Sound Hearing Care

January 5th, 2015

Breaking out on your own is tough and rewarding, and it's generally not the path that most medical professionals take.  Meet audiologist and entrepreneur Dr. Kim Combs.  She joins us for our Sunday to Market with Ernie Dimalanta of Dimalanta Design Group to talk about branding and marketing strategies.  

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Episode 69: Interfaith Business Builders

January 1st, 2015

You hear us promote Community Blend Coffee shop and cafe, but this show is about the people of the non profit organization who have followed a vision from twenty years ago.  The vision is to help poor and disadvantaged communities rebuild and revitalize their neighborhoods through business ownership.  This is really the heart of the American Dream.  

If you feel that way too, donate or sponsor the work of Interfaith Business Builders.  You can be part of helping another person build their dream into a self-sustaining vital element of a stronger America.  
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