There are some great articles out there about small business resolutions to help move your business forward in 2018 (check out this one, this one, and this one). In this post, we offer some resources to help your business pursue some of the common goals we hear about from small business owners. Review and revise…
Chuck Bragdon, retired U.S. Navy chief, founded Water Saver Solutions (WSS) in 2008. What started as a simple home improvement project has turned out to be so much bigger.
Karen Roberts opened HauteButch in April 2012 after she had been having a hard time finding clothes that she actually wanted to wear. She is filling a huge need that has yet to be satisfied by providing gender neutral and masculine clothes that are made to fit women.
Karla De Leon, Main Street Launch’s Assistant Vice President – Business & Economic Development, offers the following tip for small businesses. We’re reaching the end-of-the-year frenzy. Everyone is trying to close out the year on a strong note while maintaining a semblance of work/life balance. If we’re being honest, it can be a stressful time. …
The entrepreneurial spirit that some veterans exhibit and the knowledge and skills that they have gathered during their military service brings a different perspective to owning a business.
California nonprofit receives $1.2 million from JPMorgan Chase to invest in veteran entrepreneurs
Veteran entrepreneurs will gain new partnerships to support their business growth
Holiday season is just around the corner, which means that the holiday shopper wave is coming for you and your business. Make sure to stay ahead of the massive influx that you and your store are bound to see this season. Also, make sure that you take advantage of the opportunity to increase revenues and profits.
Josee Savard Schumer opened The Philoglots after she was inspired by teaching a French program at a local school. She created The Philoglots which is a gathering place for people to come and learn the practical use of language.