Rules for "One-shot Sales" Or "Embracing the naive prospect" by Seth Godin, the marketing guru. Seth points out some valuable insights for anyone that sells to a target market of consume ...
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Get to Know Nathan Hughes
Nathan's background has included various roles, from promotions and event planning to finance and management. Nathan graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business, majoring in Finance, from Virginia Commonwealth University in August 1998. While in school, he worked at Instant File Systems, LLC., beginning as a part-time bookkeeper and advancing to Accounting/Office Manager. He then moved to "K" Line America, Inc. in 2000 where he expanded his already considerable financial experience to encompass Budget Analysis. After a short time, he was again promoted to management, overseeing budget, payroll and administration for US/Canadian offices. Nathan's recent work history includes being Owner/President of Ground Zero Promotions, LLC., a company he began in June 2003 that specialized in event planning and promotions, including shopping mall promotions, music festivals and fund-rasing campaigns to name a few. From June 2004 through March 2005, he was Director of Sales for Bevinco of Virginia. There, he was able to assist bars and restaurants in decreasing their costs from alcohol sales and adding to their bottom line. Currently, Nathan is a Commercial Realtor and Business Broker with Bandazian & Holden, where he joined on January 1, 2005. Specializing in retail and restaurants, he has helped many small business owners position themselves for moving forward with their goals, whether that may be growing their current business, getting into a new industry, or exiting their business to start another chapter in their lives. Nathan is part of the Commercial Alliance, working to analyze and suggest legislation for the Virginia Association of Realtors.
Loan Sharks or Saviors? There has been quite a bit of noise lately about payday lenders and their very high (some would say "predatory") interest rates. Last Tuesday, 12/5/06, House B ...
News on Condos (not such a surprise) Condos, condos, condos.... If you read this blog at all, then you know my viewpoint on the ongoing fad of converting everything to condos. (and if you don ...
What do you know about New Urbanism? I know New Urbanism isn't a brand new mode of thought, but I just came across a great resource with lots of articles and case-studies on it. I'll be diving in ...
Restaurants and retail, with or without real estate included in the transaction Property management (we have approx 600 units under management, commercial & residential) Shopping Centers (management, sales, or leasing)