Preneur Spark with Tim Frisch

Preneur Spark with Tim Frisch
By Tim Frisch, Award Winning Sales Person and Entrepreneur
About this podcast
Preneur Spark: The Preneur Spark Podcast focuses on sharing the ups, downs and successes of entrepreneurs. Tim shares his own experiences by interviewing all types of today's entrepreneurs. He also shares the challenges of small business owners, entrepreneurs and provides help with being sales trenches. Preneur Spark Podcast helps those to hopefully not have to go through some of those difficult experiences by sharing invaluable real world experiences. If you want to speed up your sales, get introduced to the right and really grow your business, then this is the place to be. Get Your Preneur on!
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