Enterprises TV Presents New Series on Cost Containment Strategies

More and more people are looking for ways to cut costs and switch to more eco-friendly materials and sources.

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Enterprises TV

We want viewers to know that reducing costs is not just about spending less, but saving more.

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

The producers of Enterprises TV are proud to announce the launch of a new series on cost containment strategies.

It may be hard to believe now, but there was once a time not so long ago when Americans enjoyed the splendor of a thriving economy. It was a time when you didn’t think twice about running air conditioning in an empty building, or leaving the lights on at home, a time when you didn’t scrutinize each and every last dollar and cent spent. The “Great Recession,” however, changed all that, causing people to reexamine their expenditures. Many are looking at nontraditional ways of cutting back, such as conserving resources, going paperless, or reusing supplies.

The Enterprises TV show is an American television show hosted by celebrity athlete and television personality, Terry Bradshaw. It features interviews with CEOs and industry professionals from across North America and throughout the world. The show specializes in creating intriguing stories including individual company profiles and features on important new advances in the world. For all the latest, visit the program on YouTube.

The program will broadcast in the US and Canada through a combination of FOX and ABC Broadcast Stations, Discovery Channel Transponder©™, Regional News Networks, Business News Network Canada©™, FOX News Channel©™, and Bloomberg TV©™. The show is headquartered in South Florida and films on location throughout the United States and around the globe. Join Enterprises on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ and join fans and the producers in interactive conversation.


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