Take Advantage of Apparel Retail Trends: Here Are 4 Things You Should Know

Take Advantage of Apparel Retail Trends: Here Are 4 Things You Should Know

Apparel is the second most popular item on shoppers’ holiday gift lists this year, according to the National Retail Federation. In fact, 35 percent of holiday shoppers plan to visit a clothing or accessory store while doing their holiday shopping. If...
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How Cambodia’s Startups Are Shifting From Bootstrapping To Angels

How Cambodia’s Startups Are Shifting From Bootstrapping To Angels

In 2011, Cambodian entrepreneur Ear Uy and a few partners founded Sabay Osja Co., Ltd. with the goal of creating video games. They had an idea for their first project, and knew they wanted to release it before Christmas. The...
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Small Business Owners Are Retiring & Why Millennials May Not Fill The Gap on America’s Main Street

Small Business Owners Are Retiring & Why Millennials May Not Fill The Gap on America’s Main Street

A local hardware store in Worcester, Massachusetts recently announced that it was going out of business. This wouldn’t be big news, except Elwood Adams Hardware has been around since the Articles of Confederation. Dating back to 1782, it is (or...
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Are Marketing Conferences Worth It?

Are Marketing Conferences Worth It?

The first marketing conference I ever attended outside a city I resided in was Lawyernomics in Seattle, a conference focused solely on marketing and internal operations for law firms. I loved being surrounded by hundreds of lawyers and marketers eager...
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95 Percent of Small Businesses Are Focused on Tax Relief, Survey Says

95 Percent of Small Businesses Are Focused on Tax Relief, Survey Says

NWYC Q2 2017 Small Business Sentiment Index That’s according to the Q2 2017 Small Business Sentiment Index from National Write Your Congressman (NYWC). The survey found an overwhelming majority of small businesses (95 percent) saying they would like Congre...
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Stocks are stuck in a ‘Seinfeld market’

Stocks are stuck in a ‘Seinfeld market’

Just like this. IMDB The stock market had a lot in common with acclaimed sitcom “Seinfeld” last week. Except instead of laughing, investors simply yawned. While Seinfeld has frequently been called a “show about nothing,” the US stock ma...
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