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EntHead: Crypto Currency Trends and Insights| For Investors, Traders, and Fanatics| To Make Financial Decisions in Search of Portfolio Growth

• 30 Minute Weekly Show, by Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez (www.Enthead.Club) and Rafael Santos (www.CryptoCurrencyAltcoins.com), who are both Crypto Currency Fanatics, Block Chain Enthusiasts, and Financial Investors and Traders. • Being an Enthead (someone who has an entrepreneurial mindset), and Crypto Currency Altcoin trader and investor, is about doing the research to build your skills, knowledge, and understanding in the crypto currency and blockchain space. • Dr. G. and Rafael have a combined 30 years of experience in the financial and technological industries helping to bridge the blockchain and crypto currency ecosystems. • Their viewpoints provide tools, tactics, analysis, trends, and events to help our club of listeners make financial decisions in search of portfolio growth.
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Dec 22, 2016

Enthead hits Episode #100!!!!

Ryan Rukosky, cohost for Enthead and VP of Rukosky & Associates, interviews Dr. Matthew D. Gonzalez about Enthead's new service called 'Doing Business With...', a weekly video featuring organizations who hire and partner with smaller to medium sized organizations to help them gain a competitive advantage.

Criteria for selecting an organization each week to feature via video is contingent upon the larger organization meeting one of three criteria:

  1. Capital or Diversity Fund to Support Entrepreneurs
  2. Innovation Lab
  3. Business Process Improvement efforts

These larger organizations, in turn, seek smaller organizations to partner with by assessing the smaller organizations:

  1. Cultural Values
  2. Trustworthiness
  3. Insurance limits
  4. Buying Power
  5. Responsibility
  6. Supportive Tasks
  7. Data to show partnership between the smaller/larger organization is continually beneficial

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