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Business Resources on Hoopla

by Gregor Smart

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Have you tried hoopla yet?  It’s the library’s new video streaming service.  In addition to movies, music, and television, this resource offers a number of titles for jumpstarting your career or for starting a business.  Try hoopla today!

 

Business SoftSkills SeriesBusiness SoftSkills Series

INTELECOM – Intelligent Communications ENGLISH 2009

Business SoftSkills is a complete and concise video curriculum that can either be self taught or used in a classroom or seminar settings as part of job readiness programs. Professionally-produced videos use virtual hosts along with short, informative chapters to convey key workplace skills.

 

 

 

 

 

young entrepreneurYoung Entrepreneurs: A Comprehensive Video Series On How To Start And Grow Your Business

TVG TeleTime Video Productions ENGLISH 2011

A series of interview excerpts from business leaders, discussing various topics related to starting and sustaining a successful business.

 

 

 

 

 

bizkidsBiz Kid$ Series – Season 1

TVG Film Ideas, Inc. ENGLISH 2010

From the producers of Bill Nye The Science Guy comes Biz Kid$, the fun, fast-paced series where kids teach kids about credit, saving, budgeting, investing money and business. Whether a handbag designer, podcast host, or a dog groomer, the young business owners on the series inspire viewers to turn their passions into profit. Comedy sketches and spoofs make the series a hit with kids and parents alike.

 

 

 

 

business planningBusiness Planning

Edward Williams
read by Eric Conger

Listen & Live Audio, Inc. ENGLISH (UNABRIDGED) 2008 2 hr 30 min

Learn the 25 keys that can make or break a great business plan that will guide your business growth and attract necessary financing! Business Planning is part of The New York Times Pocket MBA Series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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