Hampton Roads Business Weekly Episode 19 Show Notes

Dr. Joseph Bucci, Professor at Regent University School of of Business and Leadership

This week Joe talks about some of the ways a seasonal business can maintain their cash flow.  Since these businesses earn most of their income during a particular time of the year, it become more complicated for them to manage their earnings.  One of the number one reasons for businesses failing is having a lack of experience in this field.  Watch this video to hear some of Joe’s recommendations in managing cash flow.

Scott Kale of Precision Door Service, Sara Baldwin of New Ravenna Mosaics, Matt Saunders of Simple Real Estate Solutions, Martin Joseph of 360IT Partners, and Thanos Polizos of ODU Rent

These five entrepreneurs were named on the Inc. 5000 list, a list comprised of the fastest growing privately owned companies in America.  All are members of a nonprofit group called Entrepreneurs Organizations of Southeast Virginia.  Some of the benefits of belonging to this organization are having the support from your fellow peers, a key component that can help encourage any struggling business.  Check out this segment to hear about how these successful entrepreneurs grew their businesses.

The Millennial Minute with Mike Doherty and Rene Carling

Mike and Rene share some of their recommendations about how to connect with Millennials.  They cite the three essential needs when engaging with the younger generation and how it can benefit your business.  Check out their segment to hear some of their suggestions.

John Porter of Handsome Biscuit, Toast, and Field Guide

Zack interviews John about some of the components of  his successful businesses.  One of the key factors is the location of his restaurants, areas that he cites as affordable and that have the ability to build communities.  Zack also inquires about some of John’s favorite apps to use for his businesses.