Biz Television looks into the future of business with The Next 500

Biz Television is dedicated to giving its viewers Biz Television had picked up The Next 500. Hosted by Beck Bamberger, The Next 500 features companies that will most likely become the next Fortune 500 companies.

The leading companies of tomorrow are doing business today in a new way. Next 500 takes you inside the most innovative and captivating companies set to one day emerge as Fortune 500 powerhouses. Beck Bamberger as Next 500 unveils the future of business as we know it. The organizations featured on Next 500 are researched and chosen by the Next 500 team of producers. Companies selected are visually compelling, distinctly notable, and show growth and increasing dominance in their industries. All companies have national or international presence and are headquartered in America.

Bamberger fuses a combination of television and business experience. She’s worked in over five TV news networks and studios, including San Diego’s NBC 7/39 and KUSI News, along with Pittsburgh’s PBS affiliate and WPXI. She’s hosted a number of business programs, including San Diego’s Best and Brightest on San Diego Fox’s affiliate and “We’re Open” on San Diego’s CW network. Bamberger has interviewed dozens of CEOs from Fortune 1000 companies and organizations including Sony, Leap Wireless, Qualcomm, Ichor Medical Devices, Rubios, Upper Deck, AMN, the San Diego Zoo, and more.

“We want to give our viewers the opportunity to take a look at the best the business world has to offer,” said Justin Murff, VP at Biz Television. “This isn’t just market coverage. These companies are up and coming. They are the future of business.”

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