Visit us now! Our new site is up, although we are still tweaking the design and adding content. Next month we will officially launch the site and we've got a bunch of new programming!
SOHO Today: stiill your show for current news, tips and tricks for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Our flagship show will still be hosted by Mary Joan Schultheisz, but returns in a 30-minute format.
Shut Up!: A round up of the most outrageous small business and entrepreneur headlines out there
He Said / She Said: Opposing points of view from married business couples on topics like finances, health care reform and other current news.
Small Business Juggler: Isn't this the real title for every small business owner? We take a look at the every-day challenges and how people manage them.
All Things Tech: The latest in technology and how it impacts you and your business
Contributions from some of the leading small business experts - including you!
We are currently on hiatus. In the meantime you can view all of our past shows, free and on demand, in the video archives.
SOHO stands for Small Office, Home Office, and small business and entrepreneurs are the focus of this show. On SOHO Today we provide you with tips, tools and techniques for running and growing your small business. We explore topics like technology, financing and insurance, how to get started, how to grow and how to compete against larger companies.
She has experienced firsthand the frustration and elation of running a small business in a competitive industry during the boom and bust of the economy. On SOHO Today she shares her experiences with you along with many experts in a variety of fields including mobile technology, financing, business plans, and finding qualified employees.
Mary Joan has a bachelor's degree in communications from Temple University, Philadelphia, and a certificate in integrated marketing from the University of Chicago. Additionally, she has studied multimedia at the University of Chicago and Loyola University, Chicago.
She has worked in the news, telecommunications, financial services and health industries. Mary Joan also serves on the Robert Morris College Institute of Art & Design Advisory Board.
Email Mary Joan at email@example.com -- she wants to hear from you! How did you start your small business? What topics are you interested in? Are you an expert? Email us and maybe you'll find yourself on the air
Small Businesses in the U.S.
Generally speaking small businesses have up to 100 employees. According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2004:
About three quarters of all U.S. business firms had no payroll. Most were self-employed persons operating unincorporated businesses
There were almost 20 Million (19,523,741) Nonemployer firms
There were almost 5 Million Firms with up to 100 employees (4,980,165)
That adds up to about 99% of all businesses in the U.S. being small businesses.
Emails, Feedback, Calls, Topics, Guests
As a small business owner, entrepreneur, sole proprietor or whatever you want to call yourself we want to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, feedback, topics, and suggestions for guests.
Beginning in July 2009 SOHO Today can be seen live Thursday afternoons, and in the InTimeTV.com archives any time. So if you miss a show or want to refer a colleague or friend you’ll always be able to find us.
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