Episode 366: Big Business for Small Business!
The BusinessMakers visit with serial entrepreneur and return guest Roy Marsh; guess what he’s done NOW! And we’ll hear from Brian Wesolowski about Sprint’s products for small business. In our vignettes, Greg Price talks NAV-X with John Kleb and Leisa Holland-Nelson interviews the wonderful Chloe Dao.
Russ and John present the show that features the innovators and the entrepreneurs who make things, sell things and create more jobs. We offer a different angle on curriculum (and on truth for that matter). Includes: the BusinessMakers Quote of the Week—a clever observation from America journalist Franklin P. Jones; This Week in Business History includes big moments like the signing of the Magna Carta, the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, and the patenting of sandpaper; the Jargon Challenge Round—trendy technospeak that YOU should know; and TWO Dumb Moments in Business—a Tampa woman finds a new use for nail polish remover, and California’s high speed train is in the news again.
Now that he’s sold Everyone’s Internet, serial entrepreneur Roy Marsh has acquired an up-and-running company—eSigns.com. Marsh is a return guest to our show. When he launched EV1 in 1998, he created an Internet capability for small business, ultimately offering web hosting and websites for those who otherwise could not afford such services. He sees eSigns in a similar light, believing it provides an important service for small businesses and holds tremendous potential for growth.To receive a 20% discount from now until September just enter the code BMS20 at www.esigns.com.
Russ is at Business Matchmaking 2012 interviewing Brian Wesolowski, national manager with Sprint. Brian manages Sprint’s Wireline and Wireless business solutions. Sprint offers a small business turn key product that it refers to as “office in a box,” which includes full wired or wireless business services.
Tim Berry, founder of Palo Alto Software, co-founder of Borland International, blogger and evangelist for business planning and entrepreneurism, shares his advice for an aspiring entrepreneur.
Women Mean Business host Leisa Holland-Nelson, president of ContentActive, interviews Chloe Dao, women’s apparel designer and founder of Chloe Dao.
Greg Price discusses Microsoft Dynamics’ NAV-X software with John Kleb, Sikich Technology.