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Job Creation Institute Partners With American Business TV A Strategic relationship to expand the work of both organizations

Job Creation Institute Partners With American Business TV A Strategic relationship to expand the work of both organizations

College Station, TX April 17, 2019: The founders of the Job Creation Institute announced a new strategic relationship with American Business Television. Debbie Anderson, one of the co-founders and directors of JCI, states, “We are excited to announce and launch this in Orlando, Florida, this highly synergistic relationship with ABTV. This is the ideal way for us to begin the implementation of our recently announced expansion of the Institute’s work.”

Anderson continues, “We have invested years and a great deal of expense developing our materials and processes that focus on the job creation process. These in turn are based on insights and experiences gained the over the past decades of combined endeavors of the JCI team of advisors and associates.”

Focused On A Realistic Approach

Joe Glover, another JCI founder, notes, “There exists an overwhelming amount of material that addresses the mechanics of starting a business, finding financing, and related topics. Many of these resources are useful and important to job creators and entrepreneurs. However, we are approaching this issue from a more top-down process and working our way through to the basics of creating, building and growing a business, seeking to make this a more hands-on approach.”

Glover adds, “The ability to provide useful information is greater than ever before thanks to the internet and social media platforms. We are announcing a growing number of resources and products that are practical tools for every Job Creator, and will provide those in a continuing stream in the coming weeks and months. We see ABTV as another effective method of gaining additional visibility for those materials. “

Many experts note that past focus and attention regarding job creation has largely been on larger businesses. Growing evidence points to the reality that it is the smaller firms that warrant such attention and encouragement today.

According to information distributed by the Institute and attributed to the Small Business Administration, small businesses:

• Represent 99.7 percent of all employer firms

• Employ just over half of all private sector employees

• Have generated 64 percent of net new jobs over the past 15 years

• Pay 44 percent of total U.S. private payroll

• Create more than half of the nonfarm private gross domestic product (GDP)

• Hire 40 percent of high-tech workers (such as scientists, engineers, and computer programmers)

• Made up 97.3 percent of all identified exporters and produced 30.2 percent of the known export value in FY 2007

• Produce 13 times more patents per employee than large patenting firms these patents are twice

Yusef Mohammed, Founder and President of American Business Television, remarked, “A core goal of AMTV is to provide our viewers with realistic and actionable information related to their efforts to create, finance, and grow their businesses. We’ve been approached by numerous sources to provide their materials, but none have excited me as effectively addressing these needs. We are convinced that the work of JCI and the resources they are bringing to market are will be very well received and prove to be of immense value to our user base.”

Both organizations are attending the Small Business Expo in Orlando, FL on the 17th of April and will be announcing more information at this show.

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