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Where Are They Now: Sudsy Solution

02/27/15 02:08PM

When David Simnick and Eric Vong co-founded SoapBox Soaps, they didn't have the cash to pay new employees. That's why they gave some of their initial hires equity in the young company. Now, they're adding major retail distributors. read more

Apps & websites to help grow your business

Apps & websites to help grow your business

03/01/15 03:56PM

Just about every entrepreneur is equipped with a smartphone and tablet loaded with apps and dozens of websites they’ve bookmarked. We turned to our viewers to find out where they’re clicking to access the most useful small business favorites. watch

Hiring full-timers vs. outsourcing

Hiring full-timers vs. outsourcing

03/01/15 03:52PM

Gene Marks, the head of The Marks Group and serial entrepreneur and investor Julie Hanna answer viewer questions about hiring full-time staff as opposed to bringing on freelancers and how entrepreneurs can connect with their customers without flooding... watch

Seven Days of Genius

Seven Days of Genius

03/01/15 03:51PM

MSNBC is joining up with New York’s 92nd Street Y for a unique project called, “Seven Days of Genius.” Starting on Sunday, March 1st, the entire network will take a closer look at the people who have changed the world. watch

Excite customers with exceptional experiences

Excite customers with exceptional experiences

03/01/15 03:49PM

In this week’s Getting Customers, Lior Arussy, the founder and president of Strativity Group, and author of the book, “Exceptionalize It! Stop Boring. Start Exciting Your Customers, Your Employees, and Yourself,” provides tips you can use to influence... watch

Social media ROI & structuring your business

Social media ROI & structuring your business

02/22/15 01:40PM

February 22, 2015: Jill Sherman, the co-founder and CEO of Modalyst, and Tania Yuki, the founder and CEO of Shareablee, answer viewer questions about monetizing social media and whether your business should be an S Corp or an LLC. watch

Brackish: Feathered bow ties

Brackish: Feathered bow ties

02/22/15 01:39PM

February 22, 2015: Hollywood has taken notice! Stars like Jack Nicholson and Bill Murray are fans of Brackish, but what does our panel think? Find out if they feel this line of feathered bow ties will fly higher. watch

Equity crowdfunding

Equity crowdfunding

02/22/15 01:39PM

February 22, 2015: There are different types of crowdfunding. Some investors choose to give you cash and get a stake in your small business. Vincent Bradley, the co-founder and CEO of FlashFunders, tells us more about equity crowdfunding. watch

5 ways to engage customers on Twitter

5 ways to engage customers on Twitter

02/22/15 01:38PM

February 22, 2015: Building an engaged audience on Twitter helps you learn more about your followers. Here are five ways you can tap into your audience’s habits from Entrepreneur.com. watch

Eileen Fisher: Understanding your essence

Eileen Fisher: Understanding your essence

02/22/15 01:37PM

February 22, 2015: When Eileen Fisher started her brand in 1984, she had no sewing experience and four samples. She now has stores globally, and customers keep buying her styles. Eileen talks about being a good listener and more in this Learning from... watch

Quirky inventions: accessible innovation

Quirky inventions: accessible innovation

02/22/15 01:36PM

February 22, 2015: His team calls him the world’s least important CEO, but don’t let that label fool you. Ben Kaufman is changing the way new products are invented and creating a culture of innovation. watch

5 ways to better manage your time

5 ways to better manage your time

02/15/15 04:39PM

Some people are simply good at getting stuff done while others are not. Would you like to be more productive? Kory Kogon is FranklinCovey’s global productivity leader. She tells us how to get tasks done efficiently. watch

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About Your Business

JJ Ramberg is the host of MSNBC’s Your Business, the only television show dedicated to issues affecting small business owners. Now in its seventh season, the program has profiled hundreds of small business owners and offered advice from countless business experts and investors. Ramberg is a regular contributor to The TODAY Show about small business and financial issues. She’s also co-author of the book “It’s Your Business,” which offers tips and advice based on stories from the show.

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