Let's Talk Biz!!!

Let's Talk Biz addresses small business and nonprofit issues seen weekly on The Daily Buzz and Life Love Shopping Let's Talk Biz helps women owned businesses, small businesses, and nonprofits develop strategic alliances with other small businesses, non-profits, and Fortune companies. Each week we share new marketing and advertising strategies, new technology, and established products and services. We talk about domestic and global markets, current legislation and regulations. We showcase products and services, and you’ll see many notable guests with a passion for small businesses and nonprofits. Hosted by Carolyn Winston and Addison Sims, the business segment that leave you saying, “Let’s talk some biz”!

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After the conventions: What is next for Small Business?

By Carolyn A. Winston and Addison Sims, Hosts of Let’s Talk Biz

Now, that the Republican and the Democratic National Conventions are over what is next for small businesses and nonprofits; a skilled workforce, a politician or a statesman?  Like many of you we listened to speakers, and we had an opportunity to attend the Huffington Post’s event, What Is Working which focused on job solutions.  The speakers were dynamic.  Will.i.am was the most impressive.  He has invested, millions, into Dean Kamen’s First (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and turned it into a back-to-school TV special with the hope of presenting kids excelling in science, technology, engineering and math as cool.  Many intellectually gifted children live in unfavorable conditions that could lead to failure. They can become tomorrow’s small business workforce with the proper education and training.  There are millions of jobs available for individuals skilled in science and technology.  To fill these positions it will require education, training, and retraining.