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Eddie Davis

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Interview with Eddie Davis on spiritual discernment.

Strengthen The Things That Remain

43mins

17 Sep 2021

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Interview with Eddie Davis on "The Battle of the Mind"

Strengthen The Things That Remain

44mins

12 Sep 2021

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Song: Blues is my Business by Eddie Davis

Living your Best Life w/ Lady Myya

To see the video:  https://vimeo.com/551697541 Doin' the zombie:  https://youtu.be/glHR9NqXvEY --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ladymyya/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ladymyya/support

3mins

3 Jun 2021

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Eddie Davis | Payments, Payroll, Accounting & Cash Flow for Small Businesses with Finsync

Geek Speak with WebMobileFusion

My guest on today’s Podcast is Eddie Davis, SVP Sales & Operations for Finsync. In this jam-packed episode, Eddie answers the following questions; Who is Finsync? How has Finsync pivoted and helped Small Businesses through COVID What do you see as your #1 asset to small Businesses? Who is Finsync’s ideal customer? Tons of Fintech Companies are in this space; what makes you guys a major player in this space? What’s the difference between Quickbooks online, Gusto, Paychex, and Finsync? What is the major advantage you have over the others? What Books are you reading that you can share? Any Podcasts? Eddie also shares one fun fact about himself that nobody knows. About Finsync FINSYNC’s mission is to help small to midsize businesses grow and succeed with innovative software and unmatched services. Our payments platform helps businesses centralize control of payments, automate accounting, process payroll, and manage cash flow (the “software”), and connect with members of the FINSYNC Network for banking, financing, accounting, and insurance needs (the “services”). We only partner with the best so our customers can always expect the best service, and we help our partners deliver their services through the FINSYNC platform, resulting in improved operational efficiency and more profitable results for customers and partners. ------------- You will walk away from this podcast episode inspired, happy, and ready for more. Let’s listen to this episode with Eddie Davis. //////// Please support our sponsor WebMobileFusion and experience the 90-Day Growth Accelerator.  Learn more at WebMobileFusion.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/webmobilefusion/message

26mins

1 May 2021

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Guest Eddie Davis, Jr., Author of William Hooper Councill: The Greatest Negro the Race Ever Produced

Start and Go

Start and Go is Alabama A&M University’s weekly one-on-one with the people shaping our world, hosted by Archie Tucker, VP for Marketing, Communication & Advancement. Eddie Davis, Jr., is an AAMU alumnus and soil scientist for USDA - National Resources Conservation Service and author of William Hooper Councill:  The Greatest Negro the Race Ever Produced.  Eddie will discuss the life and legacy of William Hooper Councill and his inspiration for writing  the book.

22mins

10 Feb 2021

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69: Podcast No.69 with Eddie Davis - Batman of Twitter

Market Musings with Fairbairn & Russell

Eddie is back on for a chat, its a long one but good listen.

1hr 16mins

9 Oct 2020

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ETHINKSTL008-Where Does The Money Come From? Ask Eddie Davis

Entrepreneurially Thinking

From finance and financing to technical assistance, Eddie can tell you first-hand what it takes for entrepreneurs to succeed and flourish. "I started as a car washer." From there, Eddie Davis went into public relations at Union Electric (Ameren) where he managed the company's charitable trust - deploying capital in the St. Louis region. This was just the start of a long and interesting career that pioneered minority business development policies in the St. Louis region. Creating value. Making intentional business decisions. Creating positive impact for individuals and businesses in our community. These are the things Eddie does. Eddie knows where the money comes from. Today you'll find him nurturing minority business owners at The Center for the Acceleration of African-American Business (CAAAB). CAAAB is a non-profit civic organization established to support the growth and development of businesses owned by minority populations, primarily African Americans. The Center’s goal is to advance economic development in the St. Louis and metro East Illinois regions by elevating the status of African American businesses and their workforce. Eddie also serves as chairman of the board of trustees at Justine Petersen. Spend some time with Christy, Cheryl and Eddie to learn more about his amazing career and the work he does everyday to make St. Louis a place where minority entrepreneurs can thrive.

26 Oct 2016

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ETHINKSTL008-Where Does The Money Come From? Ask Eddie Davis

RareGem Productions: Positive Media | Health | Business | Inspiration | Education | Community | Lifestyle

From finance and financing to technical assistance, Eddie can tell you first-hand what it takes for entrepreneurs to succeed and flourish. "I started as a car washer." From there, Eddie Davis went into public relations at Union Electric (Ameren) where he managed the company's charitable trust - deploying capital in the St. Louis region. This was just the start of a long and interesting career that pioneered minority business development policies in the St. Louis region. Creating value. Making intentional business decisions. Creating positive impact for individuals and businesses in our community. These are the things Eddie does. Eddie knows where the money comes from.Today you'll find him nurturing minority business owners at The Center for the Acceleration of African-American Business (CAAAB). CAAAB is a non-profit civic organization established to support the growth and development of businesses owned by minority populations, primarily African Americans. The Center’s goal is to advance economic development in the St. Louis and metro East Illinois regions by elevating the status of African American businesses and their workforce. Eddie also serves as chairman of the board of trustees at Justine Petersen.Spend some time with Christy, Cheryl and Eddie to learn more about his amazing career and the work he does everyday to make St. Louis a place where minority entrepreneurs can thrive.

44mins

26 Oct 2016

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Ep #3: Say “Yes!” to Opportunity: Catching the Entrepreneurial Bug in Costa Rica with Eddie Davis of FINSYNC

Local Business Stories by Alignable: Careers, Entrepreneurship, Local Business and Small Business

Eddie joins us to share his small business story, what got him started with entrepreneurship, and what fuels his passion for being a business runner.  Tune in as Eddie talks about his transition from his Costa Rican real estate businesses to joining the Atlanta-based team of FINSYNC. He also recounts his most impactful moments in business, as well as his biggest mistakes and the lessons he’s gleaned from them. Get full show notes, resources, and more information here: http://bit.ly/28JZGDD

18mins

20 May 2016

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Farmland Leases, What Could Go Wrong - Eddie Davis

Talking Crops

Having a farmland lease agreement based on a handshake may be an easy way to avoid paperwork, but not having a written agreement can be a sure way of opening a can of worms. This can be especially true for family members who inherit property or during times of weak commodity prices. In this podcast Eddie Davis who is a farm manager for Brown Land and Farm Management in Rayville, LA discusses the importance of having a written lease and what could go wrong with just a handshake.

18mins

20 Nov 2015