Shalom Klein

Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 6/22/2014 – with guests Linda Forman, Paulie Miller, David Levine of Illinois Nut & Candy and Tom Peters of Symbol Job Training

Shalom Klein

 

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Hanging out w/ @StateRepLouLang, @RepLauraFine and Commissioner Larry Suffredin at the @ChiJFest

Had a fantastic time at the Greater Chicago Jewish Festival in Morton Grove

Had fun visiting the @am560theanswer booth at the @ChiJFest. Don't forget to tune into my radio show at 6pm!
Had fun visiting the @am560theanswer booth at the @ChiJFest. Don’t forget to tune into my radio show at 6pm!
Being interviewed on the NTNM tv show regarding my work in @gowrp #WestRogersPark
Being interviewed on the NTNM tv show regarding my work in @gowrp #WestRogersPark
Hanging out w/ @StateRepLouLang, @RepLauraFine and Commissioner Larry Suffredin at the @ChiJFest
Hanging out w/ @StateRepLouLang, @RepLauraFine and Commissioner Larry Suffredin at the @ChiJFest
Great seeing Congressman @RobertDold at the @ChiJFest today
Great seeing Congressman @RobertDold at the @ChiJFest today
Shalom Klein

Skokie Review: Skokie small business guru becomes radio show host

Shalom KleinSKOKIE — If there is a way to reach more people with his tireless advocacy for small businesses and those looking for jobs, you knew Skokie resident Shalom Klein would find it.

That’s the same Shalom Klein who stages “The Business Event” every year, drawing thousands of businesses and leaders including elected officials, associated agencies and job seekers together under one roof; the same Shalom Klein who helped develop the Dempster Street Merchants Association in Skokie; the same Shalom Klein who chairs the village’s first Economic Development Commission.

And now it is Shalom Klein, the radio host.

Klein has signed on with AM 560 WIND to host “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein,” which airs weekly at 6 p.m. on Sundays. The first show was scheduled for April 20.

Although Klein has become a networking business guru of sorts, this was one of those rare opportunities that took him by surprise. He was at WIND for other reasons, he said, when the suggestion for a radio show was presented to him. He immediately was intrigued.

“I’m no stranger to the microphone,” Klein said, “so this seems like a great opportunity to reach more people. I’m very excited about it, and I sure didn’t know the opportunity was coming.”

Perhaps the opportunity is a great example of just what Klein believes in when it comes to small businesses and those looking for work. By assertively networking, staying on top of follow-up calls and emails, keeping one’s name out there, opportunities can unexpectedly surface — perhaps seemingly from nowhere, but in reality from anywhere.

WIND describes Klein as “a frequent speaker on small business and jobs, an avid networker, dedicated entrepreneur and experienced community organizer.”