John Paul interviews Kerry O'Neil, Nashville music giant and founder of Big Yellow Dog Music. He has worked in all facets of the music industry and does consulting for some of the tops acts in the U.S. music scene.
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Adele London of the Good Work Network, Small Business Development Center, Lang Le if the ASI Federal Credit Union, and John J. Atkinson of Seedco Financial talk to students about how to get their businesses funded.
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Studies lecture series, musician and industry veteran Martin Atkins reveals the true nature of marketing while on tour.
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Loyola University, New Orleans student Marley Lovell talks with Russell Rains, Program Director of the MBA in Digital Media Management Program at St. Edward
In this business plan seminar held at Loyola, professor Brenda Joyner discusses the importance of having a business plan in order to secure financing for a startup business, offering a detailed explanation of the types of financing that are available to entrepreneurs as well as the various ways a business plan can be used to formulate goals and measure success.
In this segment of a business plan seminar held at Loyola University, New Orleans, business professor Brenda Joyner discusses the main types of financing available to startup businesses, explaining what attributes venture capitalists typically look for in a business, and why bootstrap financing is the most common funding source amongst young entrepreneurs.
In this segment of a business plan seminar held at Loyola University, New Orleans, business professor Brenda Joyner explains why it is essential to have a business plan in order to secure financing for an enterprise, whether approaching a venture capitalist or a family member. Joyner talks about the business plan as a means of establishing credibility, capability, and an understanding of the risks involved in the business