On this episode of B2U, we talked with Cate Marshall, Project Coordinator for the City of Charlotte permitting tool, OpenCounter on how the online wizard helps entrepreneurs looking to start and grow their business in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.
In this episode, we talk with David Dowdy, small business expert, who teaches entrepreneurs how to expand their profit and market their business for optimal results.
In this episode of the B2U Podcast, we sat down with legal advisor, Kelly Jesson of Jesson & Rains, LLP, and discussed ways to help new business owners navigate the different types of Intellectual Properties such as Trademark, Copyright, Patent and Trade Secret.
In this episode of the B2U Podcast, payment processing experts, Brian Boxell and Kel Hodel of Heartland Payment Systems are back, discussing how to choose the correct POS system, a trusted payment processor, and pricing models for your small business.
In this episode of the B2U Podcast, Brian Boxell and Kel Hodel of Heartland Payment Systems give tips every business owner should know about payment processing and POS systems.
In this episode of the B2U Podcast, SBA representative, Levi Kinnard gives tips every business owner should know about how to get a loan with the SBA.
Hoy tenemos a Prospera, una organización especializada en brindar asistencia gratuita y bilingüe a empresarios hispanos que intentan establecer o ampliar sus negocios a través de capacitación, asesoría y recursos.
In this episode, we discuss emotional intelligence with Mic Alexander from the Carolina Smal Business Development Fund and talk about how employees can be more aware of their feelings in a workplace setting.
Levi Kinnard, from the US Small Business Administration, discusses federal certification programs that are available to small business owners and how they can benefit from them.
In this episode, we get the inside scoop from Small Business Banking Manager Jacob Pezold, about how to gain access to capital to start your small business.
What exactly is a Hygge? In this episode, we connect with Garrett Tichy, founder of the trendy new co-working space that is popping up all over the city. Find out how to pronounce the name, and have all of your other co-working questions answered here in this podcast.
We're diving right into part two of public relations for small businesses. In this edition, we talk about how to craft a PR pitch and what NOT to do when pitching.
Everything you have ever wanted to know about public relations is answered here by a PR professional and a local journalist.
Derrick Davis of IT staffing firm, Informatic Concepts discusses how he's landed large corporate contracts, and give must-know advice on how small business owners can win and maintain relationships with the big dogs.
In this episode, we continue our conversation with Vanessa Vaughn of business resilience firm, Asfalis, and discuss early warning signs of potential business risk that every entrepreneur should know!
Crisis management for small businesses is very different than for large, Fortune 500 organizations. In this episode of CBR's B2UPodcast, Vanessa Vaughn from business resilience firm, Asfalis explains common red flags that every small business owner should recognize as a crisis.
En este episodio, nuestra invitada nos cuenta que hacer para importar productos de nuestros países latinos a Estados Unidos y comparte con nosotros sus experiencias y consejos de cómo empezar e impulsar un negocio propio.
You have this great idea and are ready to start your business, but you're not sure where to start. During this podcast, we talk with Matt Vilmer, partner at Weaver, Bennett and Bland, to learn more about what you need to know legally to start and grow your business.
When we think of diversity in the workplace, there is a segment that is oftentimes overlooked - people with disabilities! During this podcast, we talk with Lindsay Haaser, founder of Advocations to learn more about how employing professionals with disabilities can empower your business.
Meet Chris Metzler from The Entrepreneur's Source as we talk about franchising--what it is, what it takes, and why people do it.
In this episode, we talk to Chris Elmore of AvidXchange about the entrepreneurial journey, personal branding and more!
In this episode, we talk about what small businesses need to know about developing their workforce with Patrick Graham, the President and CEO of Charlotte Works.
In this episode, Andrew talks to Beth Scarborough, a librarian at UNC Charlotte, about how you can protect your entrepreneurial ideas with patents, copyrights and trademarks.
Este es nuestro primer Podcast en Español y está dedicado a todos los empresarios que necesitan recursos para comenzar un negocio en Charlotte.
Nuestro anfitrión se llama Luis Mata del Departamento de Relaciones Comunitarias de la ciudad de Charlotte y tiene como invitada especial a Rocio Gonzalez, Directora Ejecutiva de la Cámara de Comercio Latinoamericana de Charlotte.