WBZ Business Breakfast Series
Q&A with audience and panel: Is it necessary to pay a professional to fill out the FAFSA for you?
WBZ’s New England Business Editor, Anthony Silva, along with a panel of financial experts and college official help you navigate the perfect course for your child’s success.
In part 1 Bert Jacobs, co-founder of The Life is Good Company®, discusses how his company was created, the early years of his business and how they have built a hugely successful brand based on optimism.
In part 2 Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact®, discusses how they help small businesses grow using internet marketing tools.
In part 3 David Brewster, President and Co-Founder of EnerNOC, explains how they help companies save money by controlling energy consumption. The entire panel discusses how the economic downturn has affected their businesses.
In part 4 the panel discusses how to compete internationally and still keep pricing competitive.
In part 5 Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud, Founder and CEO of Boston-Power, discusses the challenges she faced with the US Patent office and the pros and cons of standardizing batteries.
The panel discusses the economic impact on their businesses and how it has affected their business.
In part 7 Bert Jacobs, co-founder of The Life is Good Company®, talks about the quality of their products.
In part 1 Barry Bluestone, Dean, School of Public Policy at Northeastern University discusses the state of the housing market in Massachusetts.