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Issues addressed include:
Why are large companies better able to create great brands, while small start ups are better able to create iconic brands?
Why does the U.S. health-care system provide mediocre care for chronic illnesses at much higher costs?
How does investing in companies listed on exchanges in China compare to investing in companies listed on exchanges in the U.S.?
How is Georgia law relating to bankruptcy less favorable to the debtor than the law is in CA and Tex?
Marcus Harwood applies his ability to determine the type of intellect of any individual to assembling powerful teams.
Charles Lumpkin is Vice President of Product Management and Innovation at BLiNQ Media in Atlanta which is a leader in advertising on social media websites such as Facebook.
Mr. Jatar, an expert on marketing, focuses on the dynamics of creating “iconic brands.” In this interview he talks about the difference between a merely “great” brand and an “iconic” brand and what it takes to create an iconic brand.
Ken Leebow is an author who, over the past 3 years, has drilled deeply into the relationship between diet and health. In this interview he exposes the myths about and clarifies the options regarding healthy eating.
Mr. Martin is the director of the Game Funding Forum based in Austin, Texas. In this interview he describes his novel approach for helping video game developers find investors.
Transcripts of Interviews For Business to Business Magazine
Mark Braunstein is a recognized authority on heathcare policies and systems. In this interview, taken in late 2009, among many other things, Dr. Braunstein addresses the reasons for the high cost and relatively low quality of medical care for people with chronic illnesses in the United States.
Said Mohammadioun was a successful serial entrepreneur and is now a founding partner and the manager of a venture capital firm. In this interview, which took place in 2008, Mr. Mohammadioun talks about the type of investments he is looking for and related matters including what he likes to see in a business plan.
Stephen Fleming has been a research engineer and a venture capitalist. When this interview was conducted in 2009, Stephen was responsible for facilitating commercialization of research at Georgia Tech. Soon after this interview he was promoted to be the Vice Provost at Georgia Tech responsible for overseeing all business support activities.
Bill Bulpitt has been an engineer in the energy and environmental fields for many years. At the time of this interview, in 2009, he was the senior engineer with the Strategic Energy Institute at Georgia Tech. The SDI was charged with promoting energy research. Mr. Bulpitt discusses the merits and difficulties associated with obtaining energy from various sources
including coal, diesel, oil, nuclear and ethanol from various sources.
Penny Prime is an Economics Professor at Mercer University in Atlanta. She speaks fluent Mandarin visits China often and is an expert on the Chinese economy. This interview occurred in the fall of 2009.
In this interview, that also took place in 2009, a very well respected and recognized bankruptcy insider explains much of how bankruptcy law works.
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