Host, Your BusinessFULL BIO
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Revealing details on journeys to success, what it took to build companies, and turn a no into yes.LISTEN
JJ Ramberg focuses on issues and opportunities for businesses across the United States.LISTEN
November 11, 2018: Real Local RVA is an organization in Richmond, Virginia that is changing the way the city thinks about their food. They hosted an urban farm tour to showcase the cities farms that are providing produce to local restaurants, farmers markets and grocery stores.
August 31, 2018: Is it tough for you to take days off because running your business requires so much of your time and attention? Mike Michalowicz, CEO of Profit First Professionals, tells us how you can structure your company to run itself. He says if you do it right, you’ll be able to take a four-week vacation.
November 11, 2018: After serving 13 years in prison and facing homelessness at age 39, Weldon Long became a top sales leader by mastering powerful selling skills and a mindset for success. Today, he owns an Inc 5000 company with over $20 Million in sales. He shares advice on how to be successful in the sales business.
November 4, 2018: It’s sometimes easier to get customers to shop on your website, but what are some ways to get them into your store? David Munczinski, the founder and CEO of Brickwork, shares these tips for attracting online consumers to your brick and mortar location.
November 4, 2018: Is it better to stay the course at your company or should you consider every opportunity that comes along? Let’s ask the expert. Kyle Taylor is the founder and CEO of The Penny Hoarder.
November 4, 2018: The owner of a Los Angeles children’s boutique decided she wanted to take an active role in getting her community to support small businesses. So, when a position opened up on her neighborhood council, she jumped at the chance to become a true advocate by running for office.
November 4, 2018: The year is coming to an end, and business owners should be thinking about getting their taxes in order now. So, how can you save on taxes this year? Accountant Gene Marks, the head of The Marks Group and a columnist for The Washington Post, tells us what deductions you should consider.
October 21, 2018: Businesses are spending a lot of money trying to get people with large social followings to share information about their product or service. Is all the time and the expense worth it? Can influencer marketing really have a major impact on your company? Denise Blasevick, CEO of The S3 Agency, tells us how your brand could benefit.
October 14, 2018: Tony Drockton was a successful entrepreneur living large until he hit rock bottom. His story is a tale of caution and redemption. With a whole new attitude, Tony has grown his latest creation, luxury brand Hammitt. He tells us about his biggest challenges and finding the strength and wisdom to conquer them.
October 14, 2018: Government contracts can help you scale and stay humble while having conviction. Those are the top two tips for growing your business. Alexandra Stanton is the co-founder and CEO of Empire Global Ventures and Michael Karsch is the chairman and CEO of Juice Press.
October 14, 2018: As a woman and a woman of color, how does the CEO of a tech firm become a leader and innovator in her field? Let’s ask the expert. Jean Brownhill is the founder and CEO of Sweeten.
October 14, 2018: When you’re running a business, certain things are out of your control. Unexpected economic downturns can make or break any company. Spencer Rascoff, the CEO of online real estate database Zillow, tells us how to run your business in the face of adversity.
October 14, 2018: Chris and Heidi Powell have been in the business of transforming lives for a long time. The health and fitness experts gained popularity on their hit TV show, but after it ended, they turned their attention to the masses. They created an app so that anyone can personally follow their workouts, nutrition advice and coaching.
October 14, 2018: “Your Business” and Shopify are teaming up for our latest round of elevator pitches. The creator of Madison & White says that her bedding promises sweet dreams for all of her customers by nourishing their hair and skin. Let’s find out if our pitcher is going to sleep well tonight.
October 7, 2018: Employee engagement is crucial for success. Here are 5 ways to keep your employees interested and active.
October 7, 2018: Instead of running in circles, have one-on-ones with your direct reports and leadership to not waste time. Kenny Dichter is the Founder and CEO of Wheels Up, a membership-based private aviation company. He explains how to get tangible outcomes from meetings and discussions.