PKF Texas Airs Best Practice Tips on BusinessMakers Radio Show
The Entrepreneur’s Playbook, a new radio series from Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas P.C. (PKF Texas), airs Saturdays during the BusinessMakers Radio Show on FM News Channel 97.5.
Gregory Price, Director of Consulting Services, has been invited to be the voice of PKF Texas’ Entrepreneur’s Playbook, which will offer best practice tips, trends and insights on topics such as blogs, human capital, profit enhancement and cash management.
The BusinessMakers™ Radio Show is a two hour weekend radio talk show passionately focused on free enterprise and entrepreneurialism. The show features successful entrepreneurs and leading corporate intrapreneurs sharing their very personal stories about building and growing successful businesses. The show also features the brightest of domain experts - providing targeted advice (marketing, business strategy, raising venture capital, etc.) relevant to anyone starting or growing a business. The BusinessMakers™ Show’s mission is to feature the value and benefit of American free enterprise in a format that is stimulating and thought-provoking, showcasing the hard work and determination of entrepreneurs. The show is designed to inspire and motivate business people looking for that “extra-edge”, and foster the next generation of leading Houston business owners.
For more information on the Entrepreneur’s Playbook and the BusinessMakers Radio Show or to hear the latest Entrepreneur’s Playbook tips, log on to http://www.thebusinessmakers.com .
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