Everybody wins as Bizvid Communications stays on top of small business news, freely offering it to you and other business-minded individuals. As the producer of the nationally broadcast weekly radio show entitled SBA Radio, we have the opportunity to interview small business leaders and industry service providers to keep listeners in San Diego and throughout the nation aware of the newest developments from the Small Business Administration, while offering a look at the best business innovations out there.
Our weekly one hour broadcast, which BizVid Communications’ Bill Gruber engineers and Caz Taylor hosts, features ongoing involvement from the SBA’s District Director of San Diego and Imperial Counties, Ruben Garcia.
Frequent guests include the Better Business Bureau’s Sheryl Bilbray with tips on being aware of bad business practices and practitioners, branding guru Liz Goodgold of RedFire Branding with ways to keep your business in the public’s eye, trademark lawyer Dave Branfman with copyrighting cautions, Cindy Pond of TaylorPond with web development nuances and SBA guests from around the nation, offering updates to small business loans and other newsworthy developments.
Sponsored by CBeyond, a company specializing in voice, broadband, mobile, Email, web hosting and security, the broadcast has been on the air for well over a year and has developed a faithful audience nationally and globally. Part of the show’s appeal comes from our willingness to bring international guests with refreshing perspectives on running successful businesses. One such guest was the Australian Capital Territory’s Business Woman of the Year, and author of “Bliss Everyday”, Deborah Fairfull. Her interview was presented live from Sydney, Australia.
Women in business is a frequent topic on the show. One high profile guest was the former GM of the Philadelphia Eagles and current business consultant, Susan T. Spencer. Her insights shattered the myth that big business should be exclusively male directed. Some of our programming is generated from San Diego, as we frequently invite city council members like Carl DeMaio to give updates of the state of local government.
All in all, BizVid Communications remains committed to benefiting the business community in every way we can. In addition to the production of videos, which is our obvious livelihood, radio show development has become another vital component to helping businesses succeed. If you have an interesting and useful business topic, just let us know and we’ll see if we can arrange an interview.