Start-ups and small businesses have a lot to juggle, but keeping their computers and data safe is a top priority. This month’s Entrepreneur Exchange welcomes Shawn Fountain, the Director of Information Technology at Catawba Valley Community College, to discuss how to avoid malware, ransomware, and keep networks safe from prying eyes. Plus hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller discuss business start-up ideas for tough economic times, plus they share their small businesses of the month which include a not-so-small razor company and a tiny house start-up. It’s all here, on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange on The MESH Network!
The Entrepreneur Exchange is a lively conversation between small business owners, entrepreneurs, and business experts sharing tools and tips to assist new businesses get up and running and existing small business grow and prosper in this challenging economy. Topics include small business funding issues, economical ways to market and promote your business, and resources available to entrepreneurs. And more!
Summer means it’s time to break open the Entrepreneur Exchange mailbag and answer listener questions. From entrepreneur super-powers to when you should use confidentiality agreements to when it’s appropriate to bring dogs to work, hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller point you down the path to entrepreneurial success. Plus, Jeff and Gary discuss how brick and mortar retailers can compete with e-commerce giants, and they share their selections for Small Business of the Month. It’s all here on this month’s episode of the Entrepreneur Exchange!
You’ve been watching Shark Tank and you think you’re ready to pitch for big bucks? Eric Buckland, an entrepreneur who has successfully raised money for a start-up and is doing it again, joins the Entrepreneur Exchange
In this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange, Is being in business with your significant other the elixir of love, or is it a sure-fire way to land you in divorce court?
On this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange, hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller welcome Joshua Lisec with the Entrepreneurs Wordsmith to talk about how writing a book may be your path to Authority Building to grow your brand and how Joshua has created a business as a certified ghost writer for business leaders. Plus, is Retail Arbitrage a fad or a new business opportunity that you can use for your business start? And from business coaching to hair styling to a new way to get rid of all of your kid’s artwork, we’ve got three new small businesses of the month for you to be checking out…all on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange!
Can you turn your app into a business? This month’s Entrepreneur Exchange welcomes Tim Bornholdt with the Jed Mahonis Group to explain how businesses develop mobile apps and how they can be effectively deployed to grow sales. Plus hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller discuss whether you can turn your pet into an Instagram sensation, and they share some R-rated below-the-belt small businesses of the month to check out. It’s cold outside, but it’s hot on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange!
The Entrepreneur Exchange starts your 2019 with the best apps and software to make your small business more efficient… Todd Lyden, Director of the Bladen Community College Small Business Center, joins hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller to share his Top 10 List of 2019 Small Business Apps. Plus, how do you deal with on-line complaints from customers…like when someone claims they found a worm in their sushi? The Entrepreneur Exchange talks response strategy, plus shares their small businesses of the month. Check it out on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange!