I like to talk about a lot of different things on this podcast including technology, venture capital, how businesses and industries arise to solve problems and address needs.
I like to talk about first-time business owners and Boomerpreneurs – people who start a business in their retirement years. Most of all, I like speaking with creative and interesting people.
In today’s program I am bringing you all of that in the person of Jeff Kofman, who is CEO and co-founder and an incredible startup called Trint.
After 33 years as a broadcast journalist for CBC, BBC, CBS and ABC, Jeff Kofman became “The Accidental CEO” of this London-based tech startup.
In this episode of Radio Free Enterprise, Jeff talks about how he came to be an entrepreneur at this stage in his life and the similarities between being a war correspondent and the CEO of a fast-growing company.
In this episode of Radio Free Enterprise, entrepreneurial educator Peter Frampton talks about his breakthrough method of teaching Accounting principles, Color Accounting.
Peter is a lifelong entrepreneur and educator who believes in the potential of every person to live the live they want and is dedicated to helping as many people as possible achieve that dream.
No matter your existing level of experience or facility with accounting principles and practices, Color Accounting will give you an entirely new way of looking at your books.
Peter and his team teaches students ranging from the owners and managers of small and medium-sized business to executives at top law firms – and even the world’s largest investment bank – how to make better sense of and better decisions with accounting.