One of Jim’s most notable talents is his ability to secure funding for small businesses.
- Fran Tarkenton, Entrepreneur and NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
Funding a new business is a subject Professor Jim Solomon knows is critical to the success of entrepreneurs. He defines himself as a serial entrepreneur. But in addition, he is a CPA and an owner, officer and director of several privately held and public businesses. Also, he has taught a class on entrepreneurship for nearly twenty years and has had nearly one thousand 1,000 MBA students, many of whom have achieved great business success. But most importantly, he teaches from the perspective of having decades of entrepreneurial business experience and having raised over $100 million for businesses he has personally been involved with. As a result, Professor Solomon is uniquely qualified to speak on the subject of funding a new business. As he says about his the things he teaches, “The material is not just theory. It came from the school of hard knocks – my own as well as that of numerous business associates during the past 40 years.”
One of Professor Solomon’s long time business associates is Fran Tarkenton, the founder of MasterSuitesApps.com and NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback. Mr. Tarkenton says of Jim, “A decade ago Professor Jim and I co-hosted the New Entrepreneur, a nationally syndicated radio show dedicated to educating people on how to start and grow their own businesses. His enthusiasm and passion to help others is unparalleled. If you want to learn exactly what to do and how to do it, go to the master – Professor Jim.”
This six video series, offered exclusively online, evolved from Professor Solomon’s “passion to help others.” Like many teachers, a big part of his paycheck is seeing his students succeed. Speaking of his students, Professor Solomon has said many times: “Your success is my obsession.” Apparently that is part of his motivation for making his new six series video set on funding a new business free of charge.
You can access Professor Solomon’s complimentary videos through Wayne Beeson's blog.