Join us for this episode where we discuss Marketing Your Business.. This will be a special LIVE COACHING SHOW where we will discuss this topic and answer questions from callers to the show.
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Join us for this episode as we discuss The Business of Wine. Our guest this evening is Marci Jones the owner of Urban Connoisseurs.
We will discuss:
The Business of Wine
- Her Story
- The Wine Industry
- Urban Connoisseurs
- Advice For Entrepreneurs
Join us for this episode where we discuss The Business of Marketing and Publicity. My special guest are Paula Gwynn Grant a Marketing/Media Professional and Desireé McCarthy-Keith, MD a Infertility Expert.
We will discuss;
*How To Tell Your Story – Paula Gwynn Grant
*The Story Of Infertility – Dr. Desiree McCarthy-Keith
*Advice For Entrepreneurs
Paula Gwynn Grant is an Emmy Award-winning broadcaster and marketing/media professional who has been featured on NBC’s “Today Show,” NPR (National Public Radio), and PBS Television. Paula is also a former Miss Black America.
Paula currently works as a show host for DeKalb County Television and is also regulary seen on GPB- Georgia Public Broadcasting – PBS television for the state of Georgia.
With her own company, Exuperance Enterprises!, Pala counsels businesses and nonprofits on usefl marketing and publicity plans that show real results. www.paulagwynngrant.com
Dr. McCarthy-Keith is board certified in both obstetrics and gynecology and reproductive endocrinology and infertility. She is honored to also serve as Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Morehouse School of Medicine. She was recognized by Who’s Who in Black Atlanta in 2011, 2012 and 2014. Her website: www.ivf.com
Join us for this episode of CAPBuiler Talk as we discuss The Business of Food with our special guest Freda Crump the owner of Miss Crumpy’s Wings and Muslimah Baldwin the owner of Dogs On Wheels.
We will discuss:
- Their Stories
- The Food Industry
- Owning A Business In The Food Industry
- Advice For Entrepreneurs
Join me this Monday evening with my very special guest Teresa Bondora as we discuss “To be Successful In Business You Need To Write A Book (and it’s easy)” . We are going to discuss Her Story, How To Write A Book, Using A Book To Be Successful In Business and her Advice For Entrepreneurs.
If you have been thinking about writing a book, you do not want to miss this show!
Please join me Monday 03/23/15 @ 8:30 PM EST Call In #917-932-1078 for the CAPBuilder Talk radio show where we will discuss The Business of Teen Entrepreneurship. Joining me this episode will be Danette Makaila CEO of Danette Makaila International and Dana Jewel Harris CEO of The NEXT STeps Youth Entrepreneur Program
Danette Makaila is not only the 17 – year – old CEO of Danette Makaila International, but she is also a fashion designer, actress, national speaker, and 2 time published author. Danette started her first company – Princess Jewels at age 9, making and selling sterling silver jewelry for kids.
The NEXT Steps Youth Entrepreneur Program is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that connects STEM++ philanthropists and professionals to educational resources that equip our youth with the knowledge, skills and experiences required to secure Georgia’s high demand STEM++ careers.
Please join me Monday 03/16/15 @ 8:30 PM EST Call In #917-932-1078 for the CAPBuilder Talk radio show where we will discuss Changing The World One Person At A Time. Joining me this episode will be James M. Bailey, Chief Executive Officer for the Atlanta Market of Operation HOPE.
Recognized at the White House as a “Champion of Change” for following in the footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, selected as one of the 10 Most Outstanding Young People of Atlanta, and named to both Georgia Trend Magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 “Best and Brightest Leaders of the Future”, James has received numerous awards and recognition for his dedication, including the Boy Scouts of America, Whitney M. Young National Community Service Medallion, the Martin Luther King Jr, Drum Major for Service Award, New Leaders Council – National Leadership Award, a 2012 Young and Powerful – Rising Star Honoree, and in 2011 was honored with a Presidential Volunteer Service Award from the Obama Administration