"The Small Business Professor is a site that should be bookmarked by every entrepreneur. In today's business environment, it is difficult to gather information and obtain answers to the myriad of questions that face business owners. Bruce Freeman's 'Ask the Small Business Professor' column is an excellent resource that provides guidance, up-to-the-minute information, mentoring, and more."
"Bruce Freeman, The Small Business Professor, is a most valued and enthusiastic guest contributor to the business segment of our radio show dealing with the challenges facing today's entrepreneurs. His practical and insightful advice has served to enhance our ability, as broadcasters, to help business owners move ahead in their various fields of endeavor. ....Thank you, Bruce."
"I find the column inspiring and helpful to me in running my own small business."
"I've been working with patients for almost 10 years as a Chiropractic Physician. I'm always looking for new ways to increase awareness of the valuable clinical services provided at my centers. Bruce Freeman has given me insightful ideas to assist in my marketing efforts. I rely on his 'Ask the Small Business Professor' column to keep me abreast of new trends and developments in the field. I couldn't ask for a more knowledgeable and capable advisor as my companies move forward into providing nationwide healthcare for patients."
"'Ask the Small Business Professor' is a must read for small business owners looking for free expert business advice. Using a Q&A format, Bruce Freeman covers important small business topics weekly by bringing in recognized experts on subjects including accounting, legal issues, trademarks marketing and sales. Don't miss it!"
Bruce Freeman receives the Excellent Adjunct Professor Award (2007- 2008) from Dean Karen Boroff at the recent Integrity and Professionalism Luncheon, Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University.
Bruce Freeman(c) accepts the US Small Business Administration Journalist of the Year Award (NJ 2006) from SBA New Jersey District Director, James A. Kocsi (l) for The Small Business Professor column. Looking on is SBA Associate Deputy Administrator for the Office of Capital Access in Washington Michael W. Hager (r). Speaking at the podium is Christine Serrano Glassner, SBA Region II advocate.