Wed, 20 October 2010
Atlanta Business Radio Interviews Cynthia Good with Little Pink Book, Bill Mann with Interactive Technology Enterprises and John Tolbert with FirstLight HomeCare
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We opened the show with Cynthia Good. You might remember Cynthia from her TV days anchoring the evening news on Fox 5. Since then she’s written 6 books, launched two award winning magazines including the national women’s business magazine called PINK – which today is totally digital. The Little Pink Book, available free, delivers editorial every day to women nationwide and in 126 countries – giving all ambitious women tools, tactics and strategies to create a beautiful career and a beautiful life. To learn more about the magazine and the events they put on like the upcoming PINK SIGNATURE Fall Empowerment Event Series as well as to subscribe please go to www.littlepinkbook.com.
Next up Bill Mann with Interactive Technology Enterprises came on to discuss interactive communities. ITE is a technovativce compnay that brings futuristic synergetic solutions to the core value of their communities. They work with musicians, authors and doctors to name just a few of the communities they are involved with. To learn more please go to their website www.iactivetech.com
We closed the show with John Tolbert with FirstLight HomeCare. FirstLight Home Care is a provider of non-medical, live-in and hourly companion and personal care services to seniors and others who need assistance. John discussed his career transition into the rapidly growing home care industry, the reasons for its growth and why consumers are continuing to choose in-home care. To learn more please go to his website www.firstlighthomecare.com
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