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Episode 182 – Immigration Reform and Your Business, Miami Land Pricing, Getting Medical Breakthroughs to You, Get Credit Help for Your Business

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  • 5:02 Jim gives an update of the days business news and comments on the topics of the day.


  • 5:10 Antonia Canero – Ms. Canero is a nationally  recognized attorney/expert on immigration. She is regularly consulted by the President on immigration issues. We discuss the impact of immigration on the economy.
  • 5:15 Rob Denton – President and founder of True North Financial – he is the guiding force behind the day to day operations of True North. He is an industry veteran with a diverse background and deep knowledge of credit and collection polices. Robert has over 25 years experience in lending, credit risk management and collections. His background also includes executive level positions at both public and private companies specializing in collections, accounts receivable financing, equipment leasing as well unsecured lending. We discuss saving your business from creditors.
  • 5:30 Richard Awdeh, M.D. – Founder and CEO of Cirle, Inc; Professor of Ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. We discuss the impact of UHealth’s Life Science & Technology Park and a new partnership with Bausch + Lomb and the wave of biotech here in Miami and the purpose of the LSTP, merging medical breakthroughs with business opportunities to get therapies in the hands of patients sooner. We discuss how he uses his role as CEO of Cirle to help promote new eye therapies.
  • 5:45 Jim discuss current trends in land pricing in South Florida.
  •  5:52 Jim comments on topical issues – it’s editorial time – he will get you fired up. This week – What happened to my privacy?



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