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Who?

EBC is a media based advocate for business success.

What?

Using a converged media model EBC provides valuable and practical television programming designed to educate, encourage, and equip business owners, helping them start up, thrive and grow while avoiding the statistically ominous 85% failure rate of other new businesses.

When?

Now! We are at the apex five critical trends:

Trend One: Demand for traditional broadcast television

  • In 2009 every television station in the USA became multiple channels with the addition of up to 10 digital channels for each of the existing ones – creating a huge demand for new television content.
  • Competition between cable television and satellite television – causing the demand for new programming content to grow exponentially.

Trend Two: Demand for internet television

  • IPTV is rapidly growing to compete with satellite and cable television, offering 150 channels and up.
  • Television on demand is the choice of many Internet users who wish to view shows at their convenience.
  • Imbedded video in commercial websites is becoming the standard for effective communication and branding of a company and its products.

Trend Three: Converged media

  • Today internet users access their favorite sites via their home computers, notebook computers, netbooks, cell phones, smartphones, tablet computers, and more.
  • Entrepreneur targeted programming accessible to all these devices is vitally needed. EBC is ready to deliver to all of these outlets.

Trend Four:  Employment Crisis

  • Jobs are being lost across the nation due to automation, and other efficiencies.  These jobs are not coming back.
  • Many of the laid off workers will realize that they may be forced to start their own business to replace their former wages.
  • These displaced workers will not have the luxury of going back to school for a business degree.
  • They will need fast track training in all areas of starting and successfully running a business.  EBC stands ready to provide just that.

Trend Five: Small Business failures

  • Statistics show that now 80 to 85% of all new business start-ups fail within the first 5 years.
  • Better preparation, mentoring and ongoing training in best practices could reduce this daunting statistic.  EBC provides exactly this.

Where?

Worldwide – Accessible via traditional television outlets, radio, print, internet, mobile, wireless and social media.

Why?

Small Businesses are the backbone of America, providing new jobs, innovations and a major stimulus to the economy.  EBC, as a media based advocate for business success, is dedicated to providing television programming specifically designed to educate, encourage, and equip business owners, helping them start up, thrive and grow while avoiding the statistically ominous 85% failure rate of other new businesses.

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