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Last Update: Thursday July 29, 2021

If it is a bad time to sell, then it is a good time to buy.

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This show is the longest-running television series on PBS stations in the USA and the Voice of America around the world about best business practices.  Nobody can pay or has ever paid to be on the show.  Sponsors, from IBM to Microsoft, from AT&T to Verizon, from MassMutual to Travelers, made it all happen.  Browse the library or click on one of the photos and meet real men and women with real stories about their business. Each and every one a success.

Boulder:  Jim Morris may look like an artist and talk like an environmentalist - he's a veteran businessman. Jim founded Jim Morris Environmental T-Shirt Company in 1977 and today does over $2 million in annual sales with about 15 employees.

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Welcome to Small Business School -- a television show that studies value! More than 2,000 short videos — available only here — from 14 years of broadcasts on PBS stations across the U.S. and worldwide on the Voice of America.

Never seen the show? You can now. Browse the library or click on one of the photos below and meet real men and women with real stories about their business. Each and every one a success.  Every image goes to a video.  Every video answers a key business question.

PC Flowers & Gifts founder, Bill Tobin
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VCW, National Association Independent Truckers
Meet Joel Greene, artist and sole proprietor
AZ Tech, Huntsville, Alabama
Joe T. Garcia, Mexican Dishes, Fort Worth
Cafe Pilon, Angel Souto
Selling to a public company. Mergers and Acquisitions. The Art Institute of San Diego
Visit the Le Travel Store in San Diego with Hattie Bryant


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