04 Oct October 5, 2015 – SBA Loans w Jon Appel & Bestseller Weekend Alicia Dumans
Jon Appel – SBA Loan Expert Banker at State Bank and Trust
Jonathan Appel is the Small Business Administration (SBA) Banker at State Bank and Trust, one of the most prominent SBA banks in the South. In fact, your host Jim Beach just helped arrange a large loan for an Atlanta business with Jon as the banker. Both he and State B&T were awesome and are highly recommended. The SBA is the government agency tasked with helping small business grow in America. Jon originates SBA loans, specializing in the retail, hospitality, child care, and manufacturing sectors. Prior to joining State B&T, Jon was the Senior Finance Manager for a $1.2 billion wood and plywood firm and the CFO of an industrial supply firm. He has owned a residential investment firm and has served as a lender for some of the biggest banks in the U.S.
Alicia Dunams – Founder of Bestseller in a Weekend and Has Coached 1000+ Authors to Amazon.com Bestseller Status
Alicia Dunams is a sought-after and successful non-fiction book publishing authority who assists CEOs, business owners, and service professionals who want to become published bestselling authors. Utilizing a unique five-step process, she helps aspiring authors go from idea to author in record time. Her ebook, “How to Become a Bestselling Author on Amazon.com” shows authors how to utilize social networking and Internet marketing techniques to become bestsellers on Amazon.com. She is the CEO of Bestseller In a Weekend, which has helped 100s of people become bestselling authors. For the authors, publishing a book has meant an increase in income through gigs as paid keynotes, sold-out seminars, increased web traffic, and higher consulting fees. Alicia is also a published self-help author, seminar producer, the founder of a teleseminar ans webinar listing service and email newsletter titled SeeYouOnTheCall.com. Alicia’s clients have appeared on national media outlets such as 20/20, CNN, and on the cover of The New York Times – all because they leveraged their published books. On average, her clients add an additional 5 figures to their bottom line each year because they have added “published author” to their resume.