Marketing and building a brand short on cash with Dr. Emad Rahim of Global i365
Dr. Emad Rahim, Co-Founder and CLO of Global i365 LLC and the appointed Endowed Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Oklahoma State University joins Enterprise Radio to talk about marketing and building a brand short on cash among other things.
- I was always told to never share my business idea because someone will steal it. How much truth is in that advice?
- Marking and branding can be expensive. How can I market and build a brand is I am short on cash?
- Since we are on the subject of cash. How can one get funding for a startup if their credit is bad?
- Want type of things should a business owner do to build their customer base and cliental – considering a tight budget?
- I saw your YouTube video and read a few of your blogs. You talk a lot about the importance of networking for new startups owners. Why is that?
Dr. Emad Rahim is an award winning author, educator, business developer and entrepreneur. He co-founded two startups, a consulting firm and a nonprofit trade association in Upstate NY. He is the appointed Endowed Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Oklahoma State University and serves as a Visiting Scholar at Northwestern University. He co-founded Global i365 LLC where he currently serves as the Chief Learning Officer for the management firm. He was the previously University Dean of Business at Colorado Technical University and Director of Venture Connect at SUNY Morrisville State College.
Dr. Rahim co-authored the book “Leading through Diversity: Transforming Managers into Effective Leaders” and “The Value of Innovative Leadership Practices on Corporate Social Responsibility” and has over 40 articles published on the topic of management and entrepreneurship. He blogs for Tweak Your Biz and AACSB Exchange and is a contributor for CEO Magazine.
He lives in Chicago, loves coffee, considers himself to be a foodie and is passionate with this thing called entrepreneurship. Watch his story on YouTube Against the Odds and follow him on Twitter @DrEmadRahim.
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