Jesse Torres

Jesse Torres

Speaker, Thought Leader, Influencer, Radio Host and Author
Jesse Torres of Manhattan Beach, Calif., hosts the Money Talk radio program on KCAA and is co-creator of entrepreneur-focused YouTube channel Two Men In Your Business. He has held leadership and executive management posts at financial institutions. The Independent Community Bankers of America named him a top community banker influencer on social media. The author of several books, Torres is a frequent speaker at financial and leadership conferences.
3 Great Ways to Create an Emotional Bond with Customers
Customer Engagement

3 Great Ways to Create an Emotional Bond with Customers

Entrepreneurs can try to woo clients by building a relationship and in the process score better sales and repeat business.
3 Tips for Creating an Innovative Organization
Innovation

3 Tips for Creating an Innovative Organization

Avoid the fate of RadioShack. Don't become so caught up in the business of running the business that you stop heeding customers and trying new approaches.
5 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Keep Moving Forward
Success Strategies

5 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Keep Moving Forward

To be successful in business, stay in action, even if it means going sideways at times (as in soccer) to reach a goal.
3 Keys to Developing a Video Strategy
Video

3 Keys to Developing a Video Strategy

Entrepreneurs who desire a marketing strategy that's cutting-edge need to get the cameras involved.
How Opportunistic Investors Shine: They Might Even Enter the Glitter Bomb Business
Entrepreneurs

How Opportunistic Investors Shine: They Might Even Enter the Glitter Bomb Business

Find out the quick path to launch of a daring cadre of startup leaders, including the owner of the new company, SparkleSlap.com.
How Affiliate Marketing Can Work for Entrepreneurs
Affiliate Marketing

How Affiliate Marketing Can Work for Entrepreneurs

The symbotic relationship works on stipends but is best fueled by transparency.
Shark Tank Contestant Melissa Carbone: 'People Who Activate Win'
Winning Strategies

Shark Tank Contestant Melissa Carbone: 'People Who Activate Win'

Smart entrepreneurs know everyone has ideas. But the ones who are quick to follow up on them can succeed.
Content Is a Kingmaker. Borrow This Blueprint for Fashioning Your Own.
Content marketing

Content Is a Kingmaker. Borrow This Blueprint for Fashioning Your Own.

Entrepreneurs not only need to craft their own branded content. They can also effectively curate authoritave sources of others.
4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First
Customers

4 Steps to Ensuring Customer Experience Comes First

Fashion the touch points and interactions so critical for captivating today's empowered consumers.
For a Winning Product Launch, Address Genuine Customer Needs
Challenges

For a Winning Product Launch, Address Genuine Customer Needs

To successfully unveil a new entry in the marketplace, figure out how to best solve people's problems.
Veterans Are Natural Born Entrepreneurs
Veteran Entrepreneurs

Veterans Are Natural Born Entrepreneurs

Discipline, training and organization can be tapped for financial victory.
Anytime Is a Great Time to Launch a Business -- If You Do This
Launching a Business

Anytime Is a Great Time to Launch a Business -- If You Do This

Consider these five steps so your company triumphs once out of the gates.
How Storytelling Can Create Brand Value for Your Business
Storytelling

How Storytelling Can Create Brand Value for Your Business

If well-crafted, a company narrative can result in a word-of-mouth effect that turns customers into advocates and drives awareness minus a big marketing budget.
5 Pointers for Selecting a Site for Your Business
Real estate

5 Pointers for Selecting a Site for Your Business

Choosing the right location for a company can be a challenge. Weigh the community, the competition and costs.
3 Tips to Keep Entrepreneurs Out of the Weeds
Leadership

3 Tips to Keep Entrepreneurs Out of the Weeds

Business leaders should maintain strategic vision and leave tending to the details to their managers.