Bruce Freeman Publishes 250th Newspaper Column
Bruce Freeman, adjunct professor in the Stillman School of Business, and known nationwide as The Small Business Professor, recently published his 250th newspaper column, representing five years of journalistic service to the small business community.
"Dedicated professionals like Bruce are playing an important role in helping small business owners navigate today's business landscape,” said James A. Kocsi, New Jersey district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). “The Small Business Professor's case studies and radio spots provide a host of inspirational stories for entrepreneurs interested in starting or expanding a small business.”
David Nielsen, assistant managing editor of Scripps Howard News Service joins the SBA in congratulating Freeman on his column's longevity. “As a college professor, public relations executive, published author and radio commentator, Bruce gives our readers the practical perspective that small business owners appreciate.”
Ask the Small Business Professor is distributed to 400 newspapers in the United States and Canada.
In addition to his column, for which he won the SBA Journalist of the Year (NJ) in 2006, Freeman is president of ProLine Communications, founded in 1999 and headquartered in Livingston, NJ. Also, Freeman co-authored Birthing the Elephant, a start-up guide for women entrepreneurs, and he is a frequent commentator for the Smallbiz America Radio Network.
Visit Freeman's Web site at www.smallbusinessprof.com.
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