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St. Louis, MO, United States, 2008/04/22 - An expert in entrepreneurial growth strategies and small business trends, Donna Fenn offers valuable advice to entrepreneurs as a SBTV.com Featured Advisor.
Author of Alpha Dogs: How Your Small Business Can Become A Leader Of The PacK (Collins 2005) and internationally known business journalist- Donna Fenn joins SBTV.com’s featured advisor team.
Fenn has been writing about entrepreneurs and business trends for over 20 years and is a contributing editor at Inc. Magazine and Work.com. From 1988 to 1992 the journalist lived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia where she was a correspondent for the Associated Press. During that time, Fenn had covered a variety of topics including the Gulf War, business, culture, and the economy.
Fenn’s work has appeared in The New York Times, Inc., Newsweek, Pink, The Washington Monthly, Working Women, Working Mother, Family Money, CFO, Corporate Finance, Parents, and New England Money.
As a new member of SBTV.com’s featured advisor team, Fenn says “it’s a pleasure and an honor to be included in this distinguished group of advisors, all of whom have been committed to small business success for a very long time.”
In a exclusive SBTV.com featured advisor podcast, Fenn talks to “ALPHA DOG” Deb Weidenhamer, President of Auction Systems Auctioneers & Appraisers. Inc. The business author explains how ordinary small businesses become “leaders of the pack” or “aplha dogs” and the key to success is not what you do- but how you do it.
The lively and informative presentation is just one of many Featured Advisor Podcasts available 24/7 on SBTV.com, the premier video news and information site for America’s 25 million small businesses.
SBTV.com is the only video news and information destination for America’s 25 million small businesses. Our commitment is to provide small business owners with the tools they need to manage grow and protect their ventures. Because we know that small business isn’t just about making a living-it’s a way of living. Small business is our only business at SBTV.com