The show focuses on unconventional marketing techniques to prove to entrepreneurs that there's a much better way to promote their products or services - easily generating profits rather than losses.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 2, 2008
With 80% of small businesses failing every year in the U.S. alone, it's no surprise that "Help! My business sucks!" is a common cry heard from the lips of these poor "drowning" business folks. Is there any help… say a business savior of sorts, who could throw them a lifeline?
The answer is an emphatic yes! The new, weekly Web-TV show - "Help! My Business Sucks!" is just what the doctor ordered to keep these sinking entrepreneurs afloat until they get their business bearings "on-compass."
This unconventional show is the brain-child of Andrew Lock, a self proclaimed 'maverick marketer' who can be seen piloting his rescue vessel at HelpMyBusiness.com and on iTunes. Lock says, "The show focuses on unconventional marketing techniques to prove to entrepreneurs that there's a much better way to promote their products or services - easily generating profits rather than losses."
Lock comments, "The way that marketing is taught in most business schools is antiquated and boring. It's setting people up for failure, and the stats prove it. It's unacceptable, and I'm on a mission to change it.
"This "Brit with wit" also shows entrepreneurs how to 'get more done and have more fun'. Each episode is fast moving, irreverent, and often 'laugh out loud' funny, while providing lots of helpful unconventional marketing tips and advice. It seems that audiences are responding to the message. "Help! My Business Sucks!" has been "on-the-air" since April of this year and already boasts the fastest growing audience among business podcasts in iTunes. Apparently business owners are desperate for help, even from unconventional sources.
If you consider yourself an entrepreneur, head over to HelpMy Business.com - who knows, Andrew might just reach his goal of helping YOUR business to eliminate the cry, "Help! My Business Sucks!"