Radio Free Enterprise | Brain Food For Business Owners | Listen Notes

ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Radio Free Enterprise is Brain Food for Business Owners. Every show is designed to make you smile, make you think and make you say "Wow!" Host Frank Felker brings his 40+ years of entrepreneurial experience to the mic in every episode, providing insight into every aspect of successful business ownership through interviews, success story spotlights, book reviews and highlights from his online courses which include students from 140 countries around the world. Radio Free Enterprise episodes feature wannabe and first-time business owners, veteran business owners, women business owners, family-owned businesses, lifestyle and growth businesses. Guests also include angel investors, venture capitalists, business school professors, authors and celebrities.
English
United States
34 episodes
since Oct, 2015

LATEST EPISODE

034: How To Build Business Credit

· transcript
My guest today is Mr. Michael England, president of River Capital in Stafford, Virginia.  What we’re talking about in this episode is credit. Specifically business credit; why it’s so important and what you can do to build up your company’s ability to borrow. The third of the Six M’s in my book Unlocking The M Cube is Money. Access to capital is a critical success factor when starting, growing and running your business. I am not a proponent of borrowing too much, having found myself overleveraged in the past. But I do know that the right mix of vendor credit, equipment financing and lines of credit are very important if you want to avoid cash flow problems. That’s why I invited Mr. England to share some knowledge on Radio Free Enterprise.
Disclaimer: The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Frank Felker, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

IN LISTEN LATER

Be the first to save this podcast to Listen Later.

PODCASTER INTERVIEW

We interview podcasters, which is to help promote their podcasts and to help listeners and new podcasters understand what's behind the scene of producing a podcast.
If you are the producer of this podcast, do you want to do be interviewed?

EDIT

Thank you for helping to keep the podcast database up to date.