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.
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.
The Internet is a scary place: data breaches, identity theft, network security failures, and more. We're in an age of technology, and these are the realities that face small businesses when they have a real Internet presence. Tune in as we talk to Scott Burns and Ben Moore from BB&T about cyber liability.
Here with us again to talk about workers' compensation are Scott Burns and Ben Moore, our friends from BB&T. This is the second part of our conversation with these two. In this episode, we talk about workers compensation. When it comes to the law, what do small business owners need to know about workers compensation?
Scott Burns and Ben Moore, business insurance agents at BB&T in Charlotte, join us for this episode of the B2U Podcast. Part 1 of a three-part series, in this segment we talk about where entrepreneurs should start when it comes to business insurance.
Today, we have Trisha Ridenour from The Employers Association. She is here to help us walk through the process of finding, hiring, and onboarding employees. By the end of our conversation, you'll have the tools you need to find people who are just as passionate about your business as you are. So, Trisha, thank you for being here with us today.
We've already talked about the paperwork needed to get a loan, as well as the pitfalls or fears of borrowing money. But what about expectations? What can business owners expect throughout this process? Elaine Fairman from BEFCOR has the answers!