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Danetha Doe

Danetha Doe is passionate about helping women increase their net-worth and self-worth. The founder and creator of Money & Mimosas, her agency helps companies eliminate cash flow challenges. Blending a unique mix of economics and personal development within her services, Danetha was named one of the top 40 under 40 accountants by CPA Practice Advisor and next-generation accountant by Quickbooks & Xero. To learn more about her, visit www.danethadoe.com and download her free e-book, The Money Guide for Women Who Love Luxury: How to Add $10K to Your Savings in 90 Days Without Going on a Budget.

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Eduardo Figueroa

Eduardo Figueroa, founder of betteremployees.net and Hispanic Business Consultants, offers tailor-made training programs in English and Spanish to companies in both the U.S. and Mexico. Eduardo is dedicated to teaching individuals to become better leaders, supervisors, and managers. He also advises entrepreneurs on how to start and grow a business, writes about business ideas and opportunities, and offers best practices for entrepreneurs and startups.

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Coco Soodek

Coco Soodek is an American attorney, business advisor, speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. Coco, a business lawyer of 20 years, helps businesses identify risk and adopt strategies to manage it, negotiate and close deals, and manage all aspects of their businesses. Coco writes and speaks extensively on business, law, and politics in the media and at live events. She is the author of the best-selling book on business law for entrepreneurs, Birth to Buyout: Law for the Life Cycle of Your Business. Coco founded and leads Profit and Laws, Inc., a business advisory firm that coaches small business owners in starting and running their businesses.

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Ramon Ray

Ramon is editor of Smart Hustle Magazine. His third book is an Amazon bestseller titled, Facebook Guide to Small Business Marketing. Ramon is passionate about helping small business entrepreneurs grow their businesses. He is an entrepreneur himself (four companies started; one sold), best-selling author, journalist, event producer, speaker, and event host. Get to know Ramon better at http://www.ramonray.com.

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Anita Campbell

Anita Campbell is the founder and CEO of the online publication Small Business Trends. Since its founding in 2003, the site grew quickly and Anita became widely regarded as an expert in small business issues. She is the co-author of Visual Marketing: 99 Proven Ways for Small Businesses to Market with Images and Design. She has also been ranked as a top entrepreneur and marketer appearing on several Forbes’ lists, including the 25 Most Influential WOMEN Tweeting About Entrepreneurship, the 20 Best-Branded Women on Twitter, and 30 Women Entrepreneurs to Follow on Twitter.

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Melinda F. Emerson

Melinda F. Emerson, known to many as SmallBizLady, is one of America’s leading small business experts. As CEO of Quintessence Multimedia, Melinda educates entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies on subjects including small business startup, business development and social media marketing. Forbes named her the #1 woman for entrepreneurs to follow on Twitter. She hosts #SmallBizChat Wednesdays on Twitter from 8-9 p.m. ET. She also publishes a resource blog SucceedAsYourOwnBoss.com, and is the bestselling author of Become Your Own Boss in 12 Months: A Month-by-Month Guide to a Business That Works.

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Grant Cardone

Grant Cardone is the star and executive producer of the Turnaround King TV show, host of The Cardone Zone radio show, and his columns can be seen in Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, and Business Insider. A New York Times best-selling author, Cardone has penned five books since the economic collapse, the most recent of which, Sell or Be Sold was awarded the #1 sales business book in 2013.

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Ellen Rohr

The Plumber’s Wife turned Business Makeover Expert® – teaches the few things that make all the difference to your business success: Easy financial clean up, profitable pricing, and powerful business planning. Ellen nearly sank her own family’s plumbing business. Then, she learned how to keep track of the money and make more of it. In turn, she has helped thousands of business owners start, fix, and grow their companies. Ellen is the author of four business basics books: Where Did the Money Go?, How Much Should I Charge?, The Bare Bones Biz Plan, and The Weekend Biz Plan.

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Ann Marie Lynch

Ann Marie Lynch is a Senior Vice President and head of Business Deposits for Wells Fargo's Deposit Products Group. She is responsible for strategic oversight, product management, marketing, and pricing for the Small Business and Business Banking deposit portfolios serving 3 million customers. Lynch joined Wells Fargo in 2003 and has held several leadership roles within its Business Deposits Group.

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Bob Falkenberg

Bob Falkenberg is the Senior Vice President in charge of the strategic direction of Wells Fargo's Business Credit Card & Lines of Credit group. Responsibilities within this group include product development, multi-channel business origination strategy and execution, customer management, and overall portfolio profitability management.

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Doug Case

Doug Case is Senior Vice President and manages the Small Business Segment at Wells Fargo. He is responsible for strategic planning, marketing, communications and customer experience for the company’s more than 2.5 million small business clients.

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Gail Gandy

Gail Gandy is Senior Vice President of Business Real Estate Financing at Wells Fargo. She is responsible for serving customers who have small balance commercial real estate credit needs including purchase, refinance, or equity. During her 15-year tenure with the bank, she has led finance, risk management, and credit-related businesses.

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Todd Reimringer

Todd Reimringer is Executive Vice President for the Business Payroll Services division of Wells Fargo. He is responsible for the overall sales, service, and operations of the payroll services business. He and his staff of managers oversee the sales and support of small business payroll clients that range in size from 1 to 500 employees.

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Mike Strathman

Mike Strathman is a Senior Vice President and Division Lending Manager at Wells Fargo for credit products designed to help small businesses. He has over 30 years of commercial credit experience, lending to businesses of all sizes. His main responsibilities include training the team of underwriters with a focus on limiting risk and improving approval rates. He has also been a frequent guest speaker at conferences outside of the United States for business leaders and bankers looking to build credit reporting capabilities in developing nations.

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