1. Interest rates

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    • Ryan and The McBreen Group

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      The McBreen Group can help you just like Ryan. Watch the video to find out how!

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      • Big River Running Company - Project Rev 2012 Participant // Brand Video

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        We’re really competitive Especially with each other We’re all runners We’re all pretty competitive runners The staff that we have is really top notch We’re all really close nit group a good friend of mine and I we were teammates in college, we always kinda of joked about how we felt St. Louis needed another a good place for people to buy their running shoes Got three stores now and almost twenty employees And our sales are double what we thought they’d be so We’re living the dream and we’re doing what we love and I couldn’t ask for a better job Marketing is the life blood of our business You’re essentially the face of the store I really don’t have a budget for marketing We just kind of spend money where we feel like we need to spend money and our business basically started from scraps so you know There always that little thing in the back of your mind like there’s probably an easier way to do this I hoping the Deluxers come in and really help us add some discipline and some organization to what we’re doing right now Kyle Cameron and Matt Helbig | St. Louis, MO 
This business venture grew out of a lifelong passion for running and fitness. Big River Running Company is a specialty running store that goes the distance to make running more enjoyable for both recreational and competitive athletes in the St. Louis, Mo., area. Besides the best in gear, they offer running support services including personal coaching and race management.

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        • Banking on Alternatives

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          Featuring Mark Anielski, genuine-wealth economist (http://www.anielski.com/) and Duff Conacher from Democracy Watch, and the Canadian Community Reinvestment Coalition How are interest rates determined? Why does the federal government borrow more from corporate banks than the Bank of Canada? Why is charging interest a necessary faculty of our banking system? Why are so many low-income people restricted from banking services? What are the solutions? What are some of the working alternatives that currently exist in Canada and in the rest of the world? We pose these questions for the purpose of filling in some of the blanks on how our current banking system is furthering Canada's debt and subsidizing revenues for the wealthy elite and unsustainable corporations. A surprising lack of research and exposure has been given to alternative economic and banking models that are being used, that have been used and could be used. The banking system we currently rely on, for most, has not been well defined by its limitations comparably to other systems. Analysis and definitions of the banking system, the history of its development and its relations to global governance, neo-liberalism, and capitalism will be necessary to showcase how and why the systems in which we work in are not working for everybody, and thus, giving reasoning for viable alternatives. Sponsors and support: Alberta Public Interest Research Group (APIRG) htt://www.apirg.org The Alberta Foundation for the Arts Mark Anielski http://www.anielski.com/). Purposes of this short video: - to summarize our main goals, questions and answers from research done thus far, - to portray our intentions for our finalized product (main documentary/series/publication), - to be presented at workshops and conferences as a means of outreach on the issues, and to network with possible documentary subjects, - to be used in our documentary funding proposals Screenings: - A fundraiser for the Youth Emergency Shelter May 5, 2005 - University of Alberta, March 10, 2005, with Adam Cormier Director of Fixing Capitalism - ACBES workshop at 2005 The Alberta Social Forum - The March 1st presentation with Deb Abbey, CEO of Real Assets, asocial investing company, hosted by the University of Alberta's Women's Law Forum - Alberta Social Forum, Calgary 2005 Media: Banks put profits before people Group wants to give power to consumers and reinvest in community by Wes Lafortune http://www.ffwdweekly.com/Issues/2005/0407/city.htm That’s inequitable! By EMMA SASSE http://www.vueweekly.com/articles/default.aspx?i=1644 Length: 12 minutes Format: DV

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          • Project REV 2012 Kickoff // Business Video

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            I know I am in a room full of entrepreneurs because I am the only one with a tie on. Our passion fuels our business. We haven't slept in two days, we're very excited to be here. Project Rev is a small business marketing lab. Deluxe adopts 10 small businesses for a year and helps them find marketing that works for them. You want people thinking of you when it’s time to buy. What we have seen here today at the kick-off at Project Rev is 10, brilliant, energetic, articulate small business owners Our name fifty back is derived from the fact that we donate fifty percent of our companies profit back to five charities that support our troops and veterans Who are absolute experts in what they do They’re not experts in marketing Up until about six to eight months ago we had done little to no marketing at all I really don’t have a budget for marketing. just mentioning marketing or networking or business development and engineers tend to oooh! I don’t know how to promote myself Marketing scares me The reason your apart of the Rev Project is because they make some really good tools that help with e-mail marketing better site design mobile site design Who felt that they had a great mobile presents when they came into the room I’ve look at a few of your sites And I wont tell you who's are in no way designed for a…experience Why do I say this to you Because its inexpensive to fix and the tools are already in this room Everybody knows that small business growth will be the engine of the economic growth for the country So many of the small business owners need basic sales and marketing tools in order to grow their businesses We’re giving them fifteen-thousand dollars in marketing products and services I think with Project Rev it’s going to turn my company around Our Partner in this is Score Score is handpicking advisers to work with each of the Project Revers Project Rev is really going to help a lot of small businesses success and take their company to the next level I believe in the power of marketing and that’s a big reason why I’m so excited about being here What I want people to know about Deluxe is that we’re passionate about helping small business I’m not going to have to go around announcing who I am because with the help of Project Rev and Deluxe Corp their already going to know who I am because the marketing plan we’ve built In late 2011, Project REV participants gathered for a kick-off event in Kansas City where they met their Deluxe marketing mentors and advisors. At the event, each participant conducted a strategic analysis of their business and identified key challenges to tackle during Project REV 2012. Participants left the event armed with a preliminary marketing plan using the $15K they are receiving from Deluxe.

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            • Tim Longmore Market Report 2012

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              In this episode, Tim gives a comprehensive view of the current market. His special guest is Martin Bennett of Bennett Financial Group who talks about getting your finances in order to buy a property.

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              • Small Business Relationships: Building Social Media Relationships // Marketing Video

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                Chris Brogan offers advice for how to build relationships using social media. Bottom Line: "Be where the conversations are happening."

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                • Small Business Websites: Why They Still Matter - Chris Brogan // Marketing Video

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                  from My Story, Inc. Added 18 1 1

                  Small business websites are still important. Without them, it may be hard for users to understand your service or product.

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                  • Retail Week: TGi Friday, November 21, 2008

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                    George MacDonald and Tim Danaher discuss the week's events in retail, including the latest ONS sales data.

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                    • The Economy Explained

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                      What's going to happen in the US? The World? In 2009 2010 and 2011? This explains it.

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