That Business Show 2.0 is a daily online videocast and podcast that speaks with entrepreneurs and business professionals about business building tips and aims to give the listeners tools, tips and resources to grow their own business. Find it online each morning at www.thatbusinessnetwork.com from 9am to 10am M-F EST.
Our 8am guest was Matt Rutkovitz, Founder of SurgeCurve. After graduating from college in 2013, Matt went to work in the Logistics and Material Handling industry. After a few short months, He knew he wanted to start his own business, so he got into the events business for millennials. As the events business started to grow, the short videos he was producing for his video marketing campaign were getting thousands of views and taking off much faster. As he was producing the videos, people started to ask for more services such as social advertising and sales automation. This is where he and one of my mentors started to collaborate and identify that there’s a large market for people looking to explode their sales through video, but didn’t know where to start. Enter SurgeCurve. A platform that where you can create a video and put it on a landing page in the click of a button to increase website conversions, hire the right people, communicate with your team, manage projects and so much more. Today the app is available on the iOS platform and soon to be released on the Android system. The tool is primarily marketed to business owners for use as a video branding tool whereby management can put videos up of their team to introduce them to their consumers in a consistent easy to update manner. The videos go directly from the smartphone to a landing page online and you can use the videos to share directly to social media as well. Check it out in the app store and learn more at www.surgecurve.com!
At 8:30 we welcomed Kristen Chittenden and President of the Young Men’s Service League South Tampa Chapter. The mission of the YMSL is to assist, serve and support those that are in need in the community and develop leadership skills amongst their members through mother-son relationships. Meaning that events are attended by sons and their mothers on a volunteer basis so that the familial relationship is strengthened and the youth gains valuable skills. Open to youths aged 9th through 12th grade, the organization works today with 27 different philanthropies. Philanthropies are encouraged and welcomed to contact the YMSL as well to request assistance given that they are not animal or related to a race (running event) and Kristen explains that inside the segment. They are always looking for speakers for their young men meeting and their moms’ meetings, so if you are interested please contact their Vice President, Loretta O’Keeffe, who coordinates the moms’ meetings at firstname.lastname@example.org, or VP Boys’ Coordinator, Tina Nunn at email@example.com. Learn more about them at http://ymslsotampa.chapterweb.net/
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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 18.29MB - Duration: 53:17 m (48 kbps 16000 Hz)
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