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Invitation

August 2008

You are invited to be part of Small Business School.

When this TV show first went on the air, 4:30 PM, September 3, 1994 on PBS stations, the goal was to bring viewers inside businesses where they could see how the founder got started and how each got over the hurdles to grow their business. Nobody can pay, or has ever paid, to be on this show.

Most of this website is open and free....

Also, you can sign up for the Growing a Business module, the Starting a Business module
(a reality check), or just the Library Access. Once you have met a few of these owners, you will want to meet them all.  Also, you may Nominate a business.   More background about it...   

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Get listed in the Small Business Index of Learning Companies.

Please register.  Just because you found this website and you are here right now reading,  we believe you should be listed and linked within the Small Business Index for Learning Companies.  This index is for good people and good businesses who are committed to making this world a better place (opening of every episode of the show).  This index opens the way to an Index for Growing Companies,. Once you begin doing ratio analysis, you may qualify for equity investment, help with sustainability models, and exist strategies.   You may also opt to get on path to be considered for a local episode of the show.  Nobody can pay, or has ever paid, to be on this show.

Most of this website is open and free....

Also, you can sign up for the Growing a Business module, the Starting a Business module
(a reality check), or just the Library Access. Once you have met a few of these owners, you will want to meet them all.  Also, you may Nominate a business.   More background about it...   

Go to a prior homepage...


August 13, 2008

Longest-running television series on PBS stations by independent producers

About Best Practices in Business...  every question is answered by a business owner who was recommended by many local business advocates and confirmed by their national trade association for their leadership, generosity of spirit, ethics, and courage.  When you click through to a video,  the box on the right has three tabbed areas, Q&A, TRANSCRIPT, and EPISODE.  Cursor over and click on the Key Question. There are often dozens of other answers! You can also search for a VIDEO by clicking on the word in the header always just above!   And there is more...


Get listed in the Small Business Index of Learning Companies.

Just register.  You are invited to be listed and linked.  You found this website and you're right here right now -- you should be listed-and-linked within an index of thoughtful people, and index for good people and good businesses who are committed to making this world a better place (which is part of the opening of every episode of the show).  This index opens the way to a  Small Business Index for Growing Companies.  Do key ratio analysis (an episode of the show), and qualify for equity investments.  Get help with sustainability  and/or an exit strategy. You may also opt to get on path to be considered for a local episode of the show. Nobody can pay, or has ever paid, to be on this show. Most of this website is open and free...

Also, you can sign up for the Growing a Business module, the Starting a Business module
(a reality check), or just the Library Access. Once you have met a few of these owners, you will want to meet them all.  Also, you may Nominate a business.   More background about it...   

Go to a prior homepage...


Registered?  OK, log in, answer a few questions and get on path.

Once you log in (above), go to the interactive questions-and-answers page. When you answer a question, you will have begun creating a presence on this website and your name will be placed in the queue for consideration by your local business advocates.  Log in, cursor over "Your Profile" in the header,  then click on "Answers."


Daily Business Tips about Best Practices

Every minute and sometimes every second, Small Business School feeds a Daily Business Tip to the readers of local business journals and newspapers throughout the country.   More...