Business Tips: Small Business Week, Scaling a Family Business, & Marketing | #AskGaryVee with Chase for Business

Business Tips: Small Business Week, Scaling a Family Business, & Marketing | #AskGaryVee with Chase for Business

Awesome Tip: Small Business Week, Scaling a Family Business, & Marketing | #AskGaryVee with Chase for Business



On this very special episode of the #AskGaryVee Show #sponsored by Chase, in honor of small business week, the marketing and product executive from Chase Business Banking, Brent Reinhard stops by and we talk about:
– How to scale a small family business
– Using social media to increase how many customers you have
– Getting the community involved in your business and making it stand out from others

#QOTD: As a small business owner, what do you look for in a bank? Also, what has a bank done for you that’s been helpful?

#QUESTIONS:
4:12 – Richard Farrell from Malachy Parts and Services
12:00 – Emily Cataldo from Saverio’s Authentic Pizza Napoletana
29:00 – Tyler Braddock and Gabby Borrero from the Vault Music Studio

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20 Replies to “Business Tips: Small Business Week, Scaling a Family Business, & Marketing | #AskGaryVee with Chase for Business”

  1. Banks/ chase should advertise they fund a P.O ..manage it if they are not doing it already, Without exhorting huge fees and create a working system to boths advantage.,making them the go to rather than v.c's and retain equity…that's just 1 of the few implementations I can type without going reader fatigue…
    Love your insight…given me great direction

  2. Second time I've watched this. 1st time was when I just heard of Gary and now when I've learned some things. Great content. Really hits home. Be nice to see more episodes like this. Went to Saverio's web page and FB and it felt like I knew them. Hope they get a second location.

  3. Love the Italian Pizza Story! I'm from Argentina, and here is all Italian food, because this country was made by immigrants from Spain and Italy. But here we perfected the pizza, and add new flavors. I was at Italy and Spain, but here in argentina we tune up all the food cause the mix of immigrants and the abundance of food.

  4. To answer Brent's questions: What Chase can do to help SMBs – is provide flexibility when it comes to opening a bank account. Most national banks want to charge a monthly fee or set minimum balance for having a business checking account. Having to pay a monthly fee when you are just getting started isn't feasible. That's why I always go with a local bank – they don't charge or have a minimum balance requirements – they understand the struggles of a small business.

  5. My advice in her finding where to open a second shop, is to survey her social media following and find where the majority are based that are not local to her first shop. Seems straight forward.

  6. most trade jobs are dead end jobs. they don't pay enough money to live a decent life, and it
    also breaks down your body. but your going to get a van. lol only the owner of the company
    makes all the money. the workers get nothing.

  7. The host should turn it down a little, he seems really talented but needs to allow for others to talk. I haven't watched any other episodes, but if there anything like this, then my advise for a better show would be to get more experts and having the host take more of a mediator position. Gary your really talented and have a lot of energy, turn it down a little and take a back seat, at least try it once!

  8. Great conversation with small business owners. Hope you do some more shows like this Gary. It’s also good to see Chase continuing to work with small business.

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