Thank you for visiting Nurture Small Business! Our podcast will bring you small business growth ideas and stories of how entrepreneurs creatively nurture their businesses for success. We’ll share the lessons learned from real-life business owners, their growth strategies, and their survival strategies. Join us as we help you create a thriving space. Denise Cagan is a graduate of James Madison University and an Alumna of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program. She is also the owner of DCA Virtual Business Support, supporting small businesses remotely since 2011. You can learn more about DCA Virtual Business Support a dcavirtual.com.
Family Business Boundaries
Being in business with your significant other includes the good, the bad, and the ugly, and not all couples in business thrive from working together. Today’s guests, Oscar and Kiya Frazier, have successfully navigated building a business together while maintaining a healthy relationship. Together they founded KO Thought Leaders in order to help couples in business develop structures and strategies that nurture the balance between business and home.
The Fraziers are multi-entrepreneurs in diverse spaces such as trucking, restaurant, global crisis, consulting for business, and couplepreneurs. This podcast tells their story of losing everything. Their comeback as entrepreneurs, and setting boundaries along the way. To reach Oscar & Kiya visit their website or text the word BUSINESS to 6786721444.
Business Credit That is NOT Tied to Your Personal Credit
Did you know that you can apply for business credit without it being attached to your personal credit? Today’s episode of Nurture Small Business features Stephen Wible from Credit Suite to tell you how! He shares great insight on what a small business needs and how creditors look at your business credit file. If you’re still using Gmail as your business email address, you will want to listen to this!
From business checking accounts to what the underwriters look for in your address. Plus, whether you show up or not in the two databases: 411 database and Dun & Bradstreet. Learn how to plan now so you can borrow when you need a loan, line of credit, or a credit card.
Leading & Lagging Metrics: How to Make Sense of the Data
Courtney DeRonde with TDP CPAs and Advisors talks to us about how digging into your metrics and KPIs can really shift a business. Don’t believe it? This podcast outlines how they saved a client hundreds of thousands of dollars by digging into their metrics.
To avoid all the blind spots we discussed on the show, you can download a free copy of 5 Blind Spots as Businesses Grow eBook here.
PodMatch: Connecting the Perfect Guest to Your Podcast
Have you ever thought about building your business through podcasts? Alex Sanfilllipo loves serving others whether in his community or in his business. His businesses are all about bringing that goodness to small businesses. As founder of both PodMatch and Creating a Brand, Alex strives to connect and elevate other business owners.
When asked what inspired him to create PodMatch, he responded by saying that he knew how hard it was to find guests and for guests to find great podcasts. And, he has some other great things right around the corner to aid podcasters and make that start-up easier. Keep a lookout for Podcast SOP from Alex!
Coach vs Consultant vs Advisor – When to Use Each in Your Business
From a career in Fortune 500 Companies, Brian Johnson with Main and Johnson, now coaches and consults small and medium-sized businesses. In this interview, he breaks down when you should use a coach, consultant, or advisor in the various stages of the business cycle.
Your Logo and Font is NOT Your Brand
Getting confused about the buyer journey, personas, unique value propositions and unique selling propositions? No worries, Monique Idemudia with Dragon Digital Marketing breaks it down to data on today’s podcast. Drive more sales by really knowing who your customers are.
Short and to the point!
Denise brings on great guests and somehow gets them straight into the action. As an entrepreneur who doesn’t have a lot of free time, this is my kind of podcast!
A Must Listen for Buisness Owners
Denise brings important information to the table for business owners to learn from. The topics are insightful and helpful for growing businesses.
Denise provides great questions to get really insightful comments from her guests.