Business Video Roundup: Running, Marketing & Funding Small Business

Posted on 17.November.2017 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

Evan Carmichael – Improving Negotiation SkillsThis week we’ve got over two hours of small-business insights and motivation, so you might want to grab a drink and some popcorn before diving in. On deck: Brian Tracy shares some low-cost marketing ideas, Evan Carmichael gives advice on improving your negotiation skills, and several small-business owners tell how they turned their passions into profits. Plus, a panel of experts at Entrepreneur Live share business funding advice.

Brian Tracy: How to Market Your Business

In this 10-minute video, Brian Tracy shares a few simple marketing tactics that you can use to get your small business noticed. He knows you’ve got stock, payroll, and rent to worry about, so these tactics won’t cost you much money. Tracy’s bonus key point to remember: “Keep raising the bar on yourself. How can you better serve your customers today?”

Evan Carmichael: 7 Ways to Improve Your Negotiation Skills

Strong negotiation skills can make or break business deals and be instrumental the forward momentum of any business. In this 15-minute video, Evan Carmichael offers up seven ways that you can improve your negotiation skills to help make things go your way.

Entrepreneur: How to Run a Business Where Your Profits Match Your Passion

In this hour-long presentation, several small-business owners discuss how they managed to turn their passion to do good in the world into a profitable business model.

Entrepreneur: Want to Fund Your Business? These Tips Can Help

Need to grow your business but not sure if you should take out a loan, seek out investors, or fund through revenue for a little while longer? This 48-minute panel from Entrepreneur Live has some good tips on raising the right type of capital for your business. Just know that if traditional funding avenues aren’t cutting it for you, invoice factoring may be an excellent option.

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