Los Angeles, CA, January 24, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Radio host, writer and small business expert Jesse Torres today announced the launch of a YouTube channel that targets entrepreneurs.
Torres, who hosts the weekly Money Talk with Jesse Torres radio show on CNBC Radio and who also writes a weekly column for Entrepreneur.com, launched Two Men In Your Business (TwoMenInYourBiz.com) with CNBC Radio co-host Aaron M. Sanchez.
"For some time I have been thinking about extending my service to entrepreneurs beyond Money Talk and Entrepreneur. In 2014 I interviewed Melissa Carbone, the most successful Shark Tank contestant to date. Melissa convinced me that it was time to 'activate' and move on this plan," says Torres. "Aaron and I developed a high-energy and highly informative YouTube channel that helps entrepreneurs become rock stars."
Torres, who is also the Director of Business Development at Carson, California-based Merchants Bank of California, has incorporated into his videos the lessons learned from interviewing hundreds of entrepreneurs and CEOs.
Two Men In Your Business releases weekly videos. Each video, four to 10 minutes in duration, provides advice in an entertaining and high-energy format intended to keep the viewer's attention while providing sound business advice.
Among the topics covered or yet to be released are customer service, developing advisory boards, innovation, managing cash flow, accessing capital and other topics that are of critical importance to entrepreneurs.
New episodes of Two Men In Your Business are released weekly. YouTube allows viewers to subscribe to the channel to receive notice via email when new episodes are released. Two Men In Your Business is found at www.TwoMenInYourBiz.com.
Jesse Torres is considered a small business expert. Jesse has written books and articles related to entrepreneurship, marketing, and social media. Jesse is host of CNBC Radio's Money Talk with Jesse Torres, a weekly contributor for Entrepreneur.com, a frequent speaker at small business/entrepreneur conferences and is often interviewed by business publications. He holds a B.A. from UCLA and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School.