Eugene, OR (PRWEB) May 07, 2012
The BusinessMakers Show will broadcast an interview with Palo Alto Software founder and president, Tim Berry, on Saturday, May 12. Mr. Berry will share his experiences and expertise on business planning as well as his personal experiences as an entrepreneur. Mr. Berry will also discuss the importance of succession planning, recounting the transfer of management of Palo Alto Software to his daughter and current CEO, Sabrina Parsons. The BusinessMakers Show will follow up with an interview with Ms. Parsons that will broadcast on May 19.
The interviews can be viewed at TheBusinessMakers.com and are broadcast on twenty radio stations that are part of The Business TalkRadio Network.
About Palo Alto Software, Inc.
Palo Alto Software, Inc. develops tools and provides content resources for small businesses and entrepreneurs. The company’s flagship product, Business Plan Pro, is the best-selling business-planning software in the U.S. retail market, according to NPD Intelect. The company’s new SaaS application, LivePlan, is the most complete online business planning and small business management tool on the market. The company’s content site, Bplans.com, ranks as the highest-trafficked business planning web site, with over 1 million unique visits a month. Palo Alto Software was founded in 1988 and is privately-owned corporation based in Eugene, Oregon. For more information about Palo Alto Software products, visit http://www.paloalto.com.
About The BusinessMakers Show
Founded on June 6, 2005, The BusinessMakers Show features the very personal business stories of entrepreneurs, from early stage start-ups, to billionaire octogenarians and all the way to big company intrapreneurs. Their stories are incredible, amazing and inspiring. Show hosts Russ Capper and John Beddow, along with Kelsey Ruger, Erica O’Grady, Katie Laird and Esther Freedman, interview guests who discuss the challenges, the obstacles, and the thrill of starting and growing a business. For more information about The BusinessMakers, visit http://www.thebusinessmakers.com.