08/29/12

Business Fuel? Why Business Fuel?

Business Fuel? Why Business Fuel?Over the last couple of weeks you may have noticed that the Podcast and the Newsletter have changed names. We’re very excited about it. The Entrepreneur Addiction, is a great name, but doesn’t speak to many of our listeners or readers—all the small business owners that don’t happen to be start-ups. So we’ve changed the name to be more inclusive to the Main Street business owners out there living the American Dream.

At Lendio, we’re huge advocates of Main Street businesses all across the country who are  enjoying the satisfaction, as well as the challenges, of fueling the American economy. And, since you are all out there creating jobs, providing services and making things happen, our goal is to provide the information, tips, hints, and insight of successful entrepreneurs, business owners just like you, and industry experts to help fuel that American dream—hence the name Business Fuel.

We’ll still be interviewing some of the smartest and brightest business leaders across the country, but the focus will be helpful advice and tips you can take home, put in the gas tank and start the engine that keeps things moving. We hope you’ll join us on the Business Fuel podcast. I hope you find our guests informative and the information we share valuable to you and your business.

Business Fuel? Why Business Fuel?Small business evangelist and veteran of over 30 years in the trenches of Main Street business, Ty makes small business best practices, tips and advice accessible by weaving personal experiences, historical references and other anecdotes into relevant discussions about leading people, managing a business and what it takes to be successful. Ty also shares his passion for small business every week on Forbes.com.

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About the author

Ty Kiisel
Small business evangelist and veteran of over 30 years in the trenches of Main Street business, Ty makes small business financing and trends accessible in common sense language devoid of the jargon.

Comments

  1. Wait, are you saying all entrepreneurs only have startups?

    • Hi Craig,

      Nope, that’s not what we’re saying at all. We just thought this name would be more inclusive and a better description of what we’re trying to accomplish. We hope you’ll keep listening and reading. Thanks for commenting.
      —Ty

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