On this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show, we kick things off with Darrell Green, senior vice president, business acquisition manager and small business development leader at Wells Fargo and chief of strategic partnerships at Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs, Martina Edwards who talk about how the Wells Fargo Diverse Community Capital Program is empowering minority-owned businesses. We then welcome Andy Goldstrom from Midcourse Advisors, who shares the 4 strategic shifts small businesses need to make to position themselves for growth. Following Andy, we have an in-depth conversation with author and leading business thinker, Whitney Johnson. In our next segment, Larry Williams President of TAG joins us to discuss the state of technology in Georgia today. Last but not least, on this week’s episode of The Atlanta Small Business Profile with host Ted Jenkin welcomes in Kamal Grant, founder of Sublime Donuts.
How the Wells Fargo Diverse Community Capital Program is Empowering Minority-Owned Businesses – Darrell Green & Martina Edwards
In this segment, we’re pleased to welcome Darrell Green, SVP, Business Acquisition Manager and Small Business Development Leader for the Southeast U.S. at Wells Fargo. He is joined by Martina Edwards, Chief of Strategic Partnerships at Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs Inc. or ACE. Darrell and Martina discuss the Wells Fargo Works for Small Business: Diverse Community Capital (DCC) Program, and how it empowers business owners from minority backgrounds, including people of color, immigrants, veterans, the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities, and others. Watch Now
The 4 Strategic Shifts Small Businesses Need to Make to Position Themselves for Growth – Andy Goldstrom, Midcourse Advisors
In this episode of the Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Atlanta-based Andy Goldstrom. Andy is Managing Partner at Midcourse Advisors, where he helps companies grow profitably and fast. As a two-time Inc. 500 executive, Andy has led sales teams that compete efficiently and effectively to win an extraordinary amount of business. Andy joins Jim to discuss the the 4 Strategic Shifts small businesses need to make to not only sustain themselves today, but also position themselves for growth tomorrow. Watch Now
Disrupt Yourself: How to Take Your Business to the Next Level – Whitney Johnson, Author and Leading Business Thinker
In this episode of The Atlanta Small Business Show we welcome Whitney Johnson. Whitney is CEO of WLJ Advisors and one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world as named by Thinkers50. Whitney is the author of the bestselling Build an “A” Team: Play To Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve, and the critically-acclaimed Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work. Whitney and Jim discuss the idea of disrupting yourself, why someone want to disrupt themselves, how this philosophy can improve your life and business, and how you can practice this daily. Watch Now
The State of Atlanta’s Technology Sector Amid the Pandemic Recovery – Larry Williams, President of TAG
In this episode of show we welcome back president and CEO of the Technology Association of Georgia, Larry Williams. In this segment, Jim and Larry discuss the state of the tech sector in Georgia going into the pandemic recovery and what the future is going to look like for the industry. Watch Now
The Atlanta Small Business Profile – Kamal Grant, Founder of Sublime Donuts
On this episode of the Atlanta Small Business Profile, host Ted Jenkin welcomes welcomes Kamal Grant, Founder and Creative Director of Sublime Donuts of Atlanta. Watch Now
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