Join NSBA every other week for just 1/2 hour through our new podcast series, The Road Ahead: Small Business in the 21st Century. Hosted by business futurist Jared Nichols, this series picks the brains of leading-edge business owners and experts and can provide you advice on how to be forward thinking when it comes to your small business.
Tom Secor & The Road Ahead: How Regulations Stifle Business Growth
This episode features Tom Secor, president of a manufacturing firm, as he talks with Jared Nichols about how the future of small business innovation, creativity, and profitable growth are all being stifled by regulatory and tax complexity.
Tom Secor has, for the past 23 years, been the President of Durable Corporation in Norwalk, Ohio, a small manufacturing firm. Tom has been an active advocate on behalf of small business at both the state and federal level. Click here to contact Tom.
David Grossman & The Road Ahead: Expand Your Business Internationally
David Grossman is the President of Renue Systems, a specialty cleaning service with nearly 30 U.S. and international locations. David has a PhD and MA in business economics from Harvard. Click here to contact David.
Cybersecurity & The Road Ahead: Avoid Being The Next Target
Hear the first-hand account of Rick Snow of Main Indoor Karting who was hacked, and then get valuable advice from cybersecurity expert AJ Shipley of LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, Inc. on how to prevent your business from being hackers’ next target.
This episode features Rick Snow, owner of Maine Indoor Karting, an indoor entertainment venue with a ¼ mile go-kart track, mini-golf, arcade, and café; and AJ Shipley, a security specialist with expertise in market requirements for securing embedded and network devices, and regulatory requirements surrounding security.
Jeff Koenig & The Road Ahead: Harnessing Entrepreneurship
This episode features Jeff Koenig, an entrepreneurial consultant who has served in executive leadership positions on multiple national, state & local boards, chamber and city committees, and maintains active partner status in several small businesses. Click here to contact Jeff.
Chad Barr & The Road Ahead: Create Your Million Dollar Web Presence
GroHow to create a million dollar web presence by leveraging the power of your strategy, remarkable content and the WOW factor to transform your business success. Discover what are the most successful thought leaders do that others don’t.
This episode of The Road Ahead features Chad Barr, a highly-respected speaker and author of the book Million Dollar Web Presence, among three others. He has worked with hundreds of global entrepreneurs and service providers to transform their business success. Click here to contact Chad.
This episode of The Road Ahead: Small Business in the 21st Century features Dr. Peter Navarro, senior economic advisor for Donald J. Trump for President talking about Mr. Trump’s thoughts on topics ranging from tax reform to small-business finance to reining-in federal regulations, and much more.
NSBA and Jared Nichols host a two-part podcast featuring senior advisors from the Clinton and Trump presidential campaigns.
This episode of The Road Ahead: Small Business in the 21st Century features Mike Schmidt, an economic advisor for Hillary for America discussing where Secretary Clinton stands on issues ranging from small-business finance to tax reform to reining-in federal regulations, and much more.
Marilyn Landis & The Road Ahead: Grow Your Company Without Adding Fat
Grow stature without adding fat: how small business can use outsourcing as a means to surround themselves with the expertise they need to grow.
Marilyn Landis has over thirty years of experience in financial services, first with large banks and now running Basic Business Concepts, Inc., a multifaceted service firm providing the support to keep businesses financially balanced, on track and growing. Click here to contact Marilyn.
Cynthia Kay & The Road Ahead: Why Your Business Story Matters
How small business can and must use media to create a powerful story about the future and their role within it.
Cynthia Kay has more than 25 years’ experience in media production, first as a broadcaster and now as owner of highly-successful media production firm Cynthia Kay and Company, with expertise—and two published books under her belt—in working with large, Global Fortune 100 and Fortune-500 firms. Click here to contact Cynthia.