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Jim Jump and Stan Fine, PhD

Jim Jump and Stan Fine, PhD

Hosts, It's Your Business

Jim Jump and Stan Fine, PhD

Jim Jump obtained his MBA from Lindenwood University in 1999 and has taught business, economics, and small business entrepreneurship classes for over 20 years. Jump is a former regional shopping center manager having managed regional malls in Michigan, North Carolina, Nebraska, and Missouri.

Jump hosted is own television show, “The Business Roundtable” for Lindenwood university for over ten years where he interviewed small business owners/entrepreneurs and also hosted a show for the City of Florissant, Mo public access channel on business and human resource subjects.

Jump has written two books, one dedicated to helping small businesses start-ups entitled, “Quick-Start Business Planning Guide and Workbook” where he also assists individuals in securing small business start-up loans and a second book dedicated to helping college aged students navigate career planning entitled, “Career Smart Career Planning Guide”. Jump is a native of Michigan and is an advocate of small business entrepreneurship.

Dr Stan Fine PhD

Dr. Fine holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Washington. Dr. Fine has held Director of Marketing positions with divisions of General Dynamics, United Technologies, Lucent Technologies, and as a Senior Manager with Grant Thornton.

Stan has hosted radio talk shows for the last 10 years on KXEN 1010AM, WGNU 920AM, KSLG 1380AM and is currently hosting the “Business Inside and Out Show” on KWRH 92.9FM on Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. in St. Louis.

Dr. Fine has published two books dedicated to helping small businesses grow. “Business Boot Camp for Women” and “How to Promote Your Business with Little or No Money” with Author House Publishing. In addition, he has taught business management seminars for Inc. Magazine nationwide. Over the past 15 years Dr. Fine has been helping small business owners grow their businesses by developing strong marketing and sales programs. Fine has taught numerous seminars at Webster University and St. Louis Community College.

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