37 min

Holding Companies and How They Benefit Business with James Laws The Small Business Storytellers with Seth Silvers

    • Marketing

James Laws is the Co-Founder and CEO of Saturday Drive, a company designed to develop and assist other small businesses. For over twenty years, James has been building and improving products and businesses as well as designing systems and processes for everything from churches, coffee shops, freelance designers, to product businesses.

In this episode of Small Business Storytellers, Seth Silvers and James Laws get into the topic of holding companies. Together they discuss what it means to have stakes in multiple companies, having a hand in different business operations, and how to use that system to be successful as a leader in your business.

Connect with James and check out Saturday Drive!

Website: https://saturdaydrive.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-laws/

This episode was produced by Story On Media & Marketing: https://www.successwithstories.com.


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seth-silvers/message

James Laws is the Co-Founder and CEO of Saturday Drive, a company designed to develop and assist other small businesses. For over twenty years, James has been building and improving products and businesses as well as designing systems and processes for everything from churches, coffee shops, freelance designers, to product businesses.

In this episode of Small Business Storytellers, Seth Silvers and James Laws get into the topic of holding companies. Together they discuss what it means to have stakes in multiple companies, having a hand in different business operations, and how to use that system to be successful as a leader in your business.

Connect with James and check out Saturday Drive!

Website: https://saturdaydrive.com/

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-laws/

This episode was produced by Story On Media & Marketing: https://www.successwithstories.com.


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seth-silvers/message

37 min