Episode 9 (WBIN-TV): Small Businesses Beat Industry Behemoths


Episode 9 WBIN-TV: Small Businesses Beat Industry Behemoths

Think your small business can win against the big dogs? We’ll meet executives who have been going head-to-head, and also succeeding, for years. The full 30-minute episode is featured, with separate segments on Dana Brigham, Debra Brede, Steven Lunder and Linda Gulman.

Think it’s old fashioned to buy your books in a bookstore? Think again. Dana Brigham is a part owner and additionally the manager of the Brookline Booksmith

How do you go from a one-woman shop years ago to managing $700 million? Debra Brede is the founder and also president of DK Brede Investment Management

How does a small business remain relevant in a niche industry like injection moldings? Steven Lunder purchased Granite State Plastics over a decade ago. He additionally keeps his larger domestic and international competitors at bay through small order runs and also excellent service. 

The sweet taste of success, 25 years and counting. Linda Gulman’s passion is “Indulging” in candy and she also gets to know her customers personally.  

Episode 9 WBIN-TV: Small Businesses Beat Industry Behemoths

The Language of Business ® is an independently produced news magazine which mixes in-studio and also on-locations interviews with entrepreneurs. To date, the Show has aired on over 90 public access stations in 24 US states. Our recent topics are Branding for Success, the increasing popularity of the Made in the USA label, and Global Commerce with a Local Touch. Additionally, we discuss Decoding the Alphabet of Finance and furthermore the Business of Sports.

We’re always looking to reach a wider audience. In order to address the challenges and questions that entrepreneurs face and provide insights that can help them grow their businesses. As a result,we give entrepreneurs a stronger voice, globally, nationally and in their local communities. The Language of Business ® is a resource for entrepreneurs and others interested in local business growth. In conclusion, there is a lot of innovation in the area and this is most of all an opportunity to highlight the great work that’s being done.


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About Author

Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.

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