Tonight on Angela’s Business Mix, 2SSR FM 99.7
Home Equity – what it is and how to use it
Kim Wight is a Personal Mortgage Adviser with over 25 years of experience. She is a true believer in the Great Australian Dream of home ownership and her passion is helping people achieve that dream. Kim is a member of the Mortgage Finance Association of Australia (MFAA) and holds a Diploma in Financial Services (Broking). Kim is committed to providing her clients with the highest level of service and works with her clients to find a loan that suits their current and future finance needs. Kim continues to maintain the relationship with her clients long after the loan is done, sending regular newsletters and emails to keep them up to date with changes in both the property and finance market. You can follow Kim on Twitter or like her on Facebook. Kim will give her opinion on:
- How to use it to invest and build wealth
- Choosing the right loan product and structure
- Planning cash flow
Starting a solo business from scratch
Natasha Dwyer started Arthur Avenue in 2005 after completing an Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design at Sydney TAFE Institute. What started as a fledgling hobby, became an inspirational rise from selling funky designs at Sydney’s Rocks markets every Saturday and Sunday to being a featured designer at six boutique stores across Australia. Along the way, Natasha has picked up several awards for her enchanting designs and has been featured in numerous fashion parades, magazines and newspapers, as her label and unique style gain momentum in the cut-throat fashion world. Most recently she was asked to create and design Miss Universe Australia’s National Costume worn by Jesinta Campbell. Like arthur Avenue on Facebook. Natasha will give her opinion on:
- Why she decided to start Arthur Ave
- Why believing in yourself is important
- Listening to relevant advice only, ignore the rest!
- Gaining expose and media attention through competitions
How to get more customer testimonials and referrals
Joel Norton is Chief Strategy Officer of Boost Marketing and a small business marketing consultant. He is an accomplished marketing professional with 22 years experience, and is passionate about delivering strategic, practical marketing solutions that help small business to be more profitable. Joel is also a sought after speaker on the elements of small business marketing. You can follow Joel on Twitter, like him on Facebook or his small business marketing blog.
How to create a kick-ass business card
Jake Thomas has worked in the printing industry for a big chunk of his life and after noticing there was a huge demand for a printing company that was highly customer focused, he decided to start his own in mid 2009. Emroy – Print & Design is a full service print company servicing the business sector. They supply a wide range of printing products such as stationery & advertising material. They also assist in the implementation of advertising campaigns such as letterbox drops, direct mail etc. Jake is also the part owner of an online community called Small Business Forum which connects small business owners and helps them to network, grow and improve their business. Follow Jake on Twitter. Like him on Facebook. Like the Small Business Forum on Facebook, follow the Small Business Forum on Twitter. Jake will give his opinion on:
- The basics – that all business cards need
- The extras – that can be used to make the card kick ass
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