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running the bases with James Barrood

Running the Bases with James Barrood

Running the Bases with Small Businesses – James Barrood Running the Bases today with James Barrood, Founder and CEO of Innovation+ helping leaders, companies, Higher Ed institutions, and communities grow and drive innovation. “Thoughtfully bringing people together” –  Today’s guest has a history of knowing what the next top trend is going to be, and he is an expert …

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Running the bases with Niche Website Builders

Running the Bases with Niche Website Builders

Running the Bases today with Mark Mars & Adam Smith of Niche Website Builders. Niche Website Builders is an agency for people who want to create profitable content blogs. They started NWB (literally a few months before the pandemic) because they couldn’t find a service that would fulfill their needs within the website investing space.

Running the Bases with the Neat Company

Running the Bases with The Neat Company

Running the Bases today with Garrett Baird, from The Neat Company. The Neat Company is reinventing bookkeeping for small business owners. Leveraging their legacy in document scanning and storage, they are making the mundane (but necessary!) steps to manage your company’s books and prepare to file taxes simple – nice and Neat.

Running the Bases with Small Businesses – Simon White

Running the Bases with Simon White

Running the Bases today with Simon White, Co-Founder at Local Blitz Marketing in San Diego, California. Simon is an international marketing expert, national speaker, author, real estate investor, and Founder/CEO of Local Blitz Marketing. He has spoken nationally at real estate conferences. His articles can be found regularly in a national real estate magazine.

Running the Bases with Teamworks Group

Running the Bases with Teamworks Group

Running the Bases today with Morgan Taylor, CEO of Teamworks Group. For seven years, Taylor owned an agricultural business, growing and shipping hay worldwide. The company was very complicated, dealing with perishable products, maritime transport, labor unions, local & international rules, regulations, and endless red tape. He learned that running a business meant dealing with a lot of variables and problems while building a solid culture and sustainable revenue.