Stephen Friedman Discusses Consultative Banking, Bagels and Basketball on Buddy’s Financial Fitness Hour

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In case you were not able to tune into Buddy’s Financial Fitness Hourscreen-shot-2016-09-13-at-11-07-51-am on 1700AM ESPN on June 14, we wanted to provide you with a brief video clip as well as the complete podcast of our very own Executive Vice President Stephen Friedman’s appearance on the radio show.

You don’t want to miss Stephen’s tips about applying for a loan, and you can even hear about his entrepreneurial roots in bagels and bakeries.

On the podcast, Stephen is featured for the first 30 minutes as well as the last 12 minutes. He discusses the importance of being a trusted advisor as a business owner’s banker and covers some of the basics of choosing the right form of credit. He also details the benefits of keeping your banker regularly apprised about your business and reveals “the most important thing” for growing businesses. (Spoiler Alert: it’s having continuous access to credit.)

The rest of the broadcast, which features Jim Tenuto, CEO of Renaissance Executive Forums, has some useful business information, too. But it’s not all business. Since ESPN is known as a sports network, the participants talked about basketball, too!


Podcast: (scroll down to Real Talk San Diego – Stephen Friedman and Jim Tenuto 6-14-16)


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