This morning, Michael Lackland, president and CEO of Lackland Self Storage, was a featured guest on “The Growth Strategist,” an Internet radio program presented by the VoiceAmerica Business Channel. Lackland discussed the impact of the recession on real estate valuation and the self-storage industry as part of the show’s series titled “The Changing Role of Real Estate.”
Hosted by Aldonna Ambler, “The Growth Strategist” is a weekly, hour-long program during which listeners ask questions via phone or e-mail. It focuses on various business industries, locations and strategies. Each show begins by offering four to five success tips relating to the “growth strategy of the week.” The free show is available on demand at www.business.voiceamerica.com.
“My show speaks directly to CEOs of fast-growth mid-market companies ($20 million to $200 million) about growth strategies, moving past plateaus, what to do next while achieving accelerated growth with sustained profitability,” says Ambler. “I invite guests from diverse industries, backgrounds, geography and philosophies to share how, when and why they are where they are today, and how many speed bumps they hit on their journey.”
Lackland Self Storage, launched in 1977, is a family-owned business with 23 facilities in New Jersey and two in Pennsylvania.
Ambler is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, author and intermediary who helps mid-market companies obtain growth financing. She was recently named the lead instructor for IBM’s Owners and Presidents Program, serving IBM’s global network of business partners.
VoiceAmerica Business is one of three channels on the VoiceAmerica Network, developed by Modavox Inc.
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