WE BUILT IT: Littlefield CEO Jeff Minch Joins Aaron & David to Discuss What it Takes to Build and Revive a Business (Market Matters, Episode #3)

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In Episode #3 of Market Matters on Google+ Hangout, hosts David Domzalski (Financial Bin founder) and Aaron Klein (Riskalyze CEO) invited Littlefield CEO Jeff Minch to touch on –

1. How he helped turned the Littlefield Corporation around

2. How he modernized an old economy company and transformed it into a new economy company

3. The JOBS Act, Crowdfunding, and Reg D — what is working?

4. What the market makes of the Presidential election

5. Why it’s important to remember how and why entrepreneurs start business (Hint: It’s not because of the government!)

About Littlefield Corporation:

Littlefield Corporation is the largest owner of charitable bingo halls in the United States. The company is a public company headquartered in Austin, Texas with operations in Texas, South Carolina, Alabama and Florida. The company’s stock is traded on the OTCQB under the LTFD symbol. The company’s strategy is to grow through acquisitions, organic growth and the improvement of existing cash flows.

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