What’s Mergers and Acquisitions or M&A? – Carol Roth – Be Efficient Tv

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Carol Roth is a Business Strategist, Media Contributor, and Expert in Raising Capital, Mergers & Acquisitions, and the New York Times Best Selling Author of The Entrepreneur Equation Book.

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– Why from investment banking to hosting a radio show to business consulting then Authoring, what’s planned and not planned in this journey?
– What’s The Entrepreneur Equation?
-What’s the difference between a jobbie, a job and a business?
-What is FIRED-UP?
-How to put the right valuation for a company sold 0 and its in the idea phase but has a unique idea and another company sold $100000 during its first year but its idea is not so unique but it can be leveraged?
-How do you help your clients raise capital, do you have access to some Angles or VCs or you teach them the strategy to how get into a VC or Angel Investors?
-How much % of growth per year in terms of money a company should make to be able to get into the IPO level?
-Who’s the major partners or team members or services that you work with to help company get acquired by another big company?
-What’s the M&A process?
-What are the types of business licensing deals and what are you specialized at in this area?
-What kinds of businesses are sellable and how to make good decisions today to ensure that we can sell our business?
-The difference between financial and strategic buyers, and how the sale process differs in relation to each group?
-What we need to do today to prepare to get the maximum value in an exit
-How to Boost Marketing and Sales of a Book?
-Main strategies that helped in getting your book into the New York Times Best Selling List?
-What are the added benefits of The Entrepreneur Equation Fashion Doll in terms of marketing for your book or personal brand?
-You also involved in fashion, are you a designer, investor or business partner in fashion?
-You’ve been the host of The Noon Show, what did you learn from that experience and why you quit the show?
-How to get featured in Wikipedia?
-What’s the PR strategy that you use to get into the major TV channels? What’s your team exactly do to achieve than on regular basis?
-What are the marketing or publicity channels that you use to help your clients to reach a broader audience?
-What’s the routine that you use to write constantly and efficiently?
-How often you blog, the people who posted some blog posts on your blog are they from your team or they are other guest bloggers?
-Why you don’t put a date on your blog posts?
-How do you help your clients in terms of Content Creation/Syndication
-How to get a Paid Speaking Gigs?
-How much do you charge for an hourly sessions or a full day session with you?
-How many team members are working with you and how you structure them?
-When you make money in what you like to invest? Do you think capital gain or cash flow?
-What are your most important working tools?
-What’s your daily life and work routine looks like?
-What are your other hobbies?
-Who’s your no.1 mentor?
-The most important factors for success in 3 words?
-What are the habits that you are trying to develop to stay efficient?
-What are your top 3 favorite books?
-What are the top 3 people that you are inspired by?
-Do you listen to any music when you work?
-Do you follow any routine to sleep?
-What makes you really happy?
-How people can contact you?

Websites & Social Media Links

http //www.carolroth.com/





Carol Roth is a national media personality, ‘recovering’ investment banker , investor, speaker and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Entrepreneur Equation. She is currently an on-air contributor for the national cable television station CNBC, the preeminent name in business news. Carol’s multimedia commentary covers business and the economy, current events, politics and pop culture topics.