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Review Category : Video Learning / Media

Atlanta Small Business Profile – Alan Mishkoff, Granite Garage Floors

On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, small business expert Ted Jenkin speaks with Alan Mishkoff, Founder and Franchisor of Granite Garage Floors. Alan tells Ted that after 23 years in corporate America he felt that he had lost his passion for his work and decided to take a leap of faith in beginning his own business. It was in 2009 that Alan had a granite floor installed in his own garage and he says it was a fantastic upgrade that always caught people’s attention. So, as he was transitioning out of his corporate job he realized that this was an industry that had a lot of opportunities. He thought that if more people knew that an option like this existed they would pay to install these premium industrial quality garage floor. And as the success of his business goes to show, Alan was right. As he describes how his business has grown he tells about how ...

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Atlanta Small Business Profile – Randy Kessler, Starsona Personalized Celebrity Videos

On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, small business expert Ted Jenkin speaks with Randy Kessler, popular celebrity divorce attorney and Founder of Starsona. Starsona is an app where people can gift personalized video shout-outs from celebrities to their friends and family. Notable celebrities include hip-hop artist Da Brat, entertainment blogger Perez Hilton, and NBA star Paul George. And the video messages can range from words of encouragement, to birthdays, to holiday greetings. By Atlanta Small Business Network ...

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Lending Money

Has a friend loaned money to you … or worse, asked you for a loan? How much is too much? Ted Jenkin has some tips for keeping friends. ...

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Atlanta Small Business Profile – Amanda Wilbanks, Southern Baked Pie Company

On this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, our host, Ted Jenkin, caught up with Amanda Wilbanks, CEO of Southern Baked Pie Company. Amanda talks about how she began her pie baking business and how it all started by baking pies out of her home for her neighbors. After learning to make her first pie from her mother-in-law and moving to a new neighborhood she thought the best way to meet her neighbors was by bringing them homemade pies. Not only was she right but her husband suggested that she begin to sell them at an upcoming festival in the area. After beginning to sell her pies at the festival on a Tuesday she had set up a tent and begun to design business cards and a logo by Thursday. Amanda also shares with us some of her strategies for social media, attracting new customers, and the best way to attract the right talent to her business. She ...

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The Atlanta Small Business Show on CBS46 and Peachtree TV: Episode 16 – [07.6.19]

On today’s show, we first take a look at the Atlanta Small Business Profile, where our host, Ted Jenkin, interviewed Jamie Bodner, Owner of Pinnacle Fitness. We then sat down with Hailley Griffis, Head of Public Relations for Buffer at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Series: Atlanta. We also caught up with Shep Hyken, customer experience expert and New York Times Best-Selling author of “The Amazement Revolution”. Rounding out the show is Mark Collier, Business Consultant at the UGA Small Business Development Center in Dekalb County…Check it out. ...

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The Atlanta Small Business Show on Peachtree TV: Episode 15 – [6.29.19]

On today’s show, we take a look at our interview with Leslie Zinn, President, and CEO of Atlanta-based Arden’s Garden. We then sat down with Beau Shell, The Lil’ Ice Cream Dude, at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Series: Atlanta. We also caught up with Melissa Davis, CEO and Founder Elev8 Hire Solutions. Rounding out the show is the Atlanta Small Business Profile, where our host, Ted Jenkin, interviewed Craig Riddle, Owner of North Atlanta Golf Carts…Check it out. ...

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Atlanta Small Business Profile – Lara Hodgson, NOW Corporation

Lara Hodgson, President, and CEO of NOW Corporation joins our host, Ted Jenkin, on this week’s episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile. They discuss the importance of receivables for small businesses, and how they may play a bigger part in the growth of a business than you might think. Lara founded her business during the 2008 recession through a previous business she had, called Nourish. Lara says that it was through the challenges of transitioning businesses, that she was able to discover a better solution and help her start the NOW Corporation. Now having almost tripled the number of employees within her company, she says that the best way for a new entrepreneur to learn and grow their business is to get advice from other entrepreneurs. Lara says that being an entrepreneur is defined as pursuing a goal without regard for resources currently under your control. Despite the fact that we usually believe that that means using other people’s money, ...

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