Business Video Roundup: Product Selling, Brand Building & Harvey Recovery

Posted on 29.September.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

SBA Disaster Assistance for Houston BusinessesThis week, learn how to make people really want to buy your product by focusing on the three P’s, find out how Fast N’ Loud‘s Richard Rawling went from broke to a million-dollar brand, and find out how to navigate the tricky waters of running a business with your spouse. We’ve also got some important disaster-recovery tips from the SBA for business owners affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston and surrounding areas.

Entrepreneur: Make People Really Want to Buy Your Product by Focusing on the 3 P’s

In this 49-minute video, small-business authority and author of The Art of Non-Conformity Chris Gullibeau sits down with the folks from Entrepreneur to discuss how to make people really want to buy your product.

Entrepreneur: How to Build a Million-Dollar Brand When You’re Broke

Star of Discovery’s Fast N’ Loud and serial entrepreneur Richard Rawling talks about his drive for success in this 23-minute video from Entrepreneur. If you need motivation, watch this.

Inc.: The 3 Phases of Running a Business with Your Spouse

In this quick two-minute video from Inc., Jeff and Ally Davidson, founders of the fitness company Camp Gladiator, reveal the hurdles faced by couples running a business together. Knowing what’s in store can help you overcome these challenges when they arise.

Evan Carmichael: Leo Gura’s Top 10 Rules for Success

Evan Carmichael presents the top 10 rules of success for Leo Gura, the entrepreneur, life coach, and speaker who created Actualized.org to help others achieve their full potential.

East End Chamber: Hurricane Harvey Recovery & Business Tips from SBA

If your business was affected by Hurricane Harvey, you may qualify for disaster assistance from the SBA. This short video discusses how they can help. Go to www.sba.gov/harvey to apply.

Of course, if your business needs further cashflow assistance, American Commercial Capital would love to discuss how our invoice factoring program could help. Give us a call at 713-227-3863.

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