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Start Your Own Business
It seems as if everyone is out to build a “better burger” in the restaurant industry these days. “Better burgers” are fresh, never frozen and cooked when ordered. You can dress them just the way you like with a delectable array of toppings. It’s the to-die-for burger you would make if you were grilling at […]
Whelan Security, a St. Louis-based, private security company, is ranked as the largest regional security company in the Midwest. It operates in 17 states with more expansion planned each year. Whelan has annual revenues of approximately $110 million and is ranked within the top half of one percent of all security companies in the United […]
Having a small business doesn’t mean that you have to do things on a small scale. With the wide spread use of social media, or what some people call conversational media, you can get your message out to the public in a big way. Take a look at some of the bigger brands out there—JetBlue, […]
Alan Katz is the president of a unique personal fitness franchise called EduFit. The concept permits small groups of people to workout with customized training. This cuts costs to clients and studio owners benefit from the opportunity to maximize client revenue. EduFit sacrifices nothing in the process. Monthly fees and long-term contracts are eliminated and […]
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Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Denis Stepansky moved to America at the age of 19. Settling in New York, he graduated with an IT degree from Brooklyn College in 2001. His dream was to make it big in America. Today, he is the president/founder of ItsHot.com, an online discount diamond jewelry and watch store, with a […]
Most people are familiar with the term “Web 2.0,” which refers to a second generation of web development and design that focuses on fostering social networking via the web. Innovative companies are beginning to embrace Web 2.0 as a way to enhance communication, information sharing, and collaboration, thereby allowing them to work smarter rather than […]
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When Steve Riggs launched his outdoor lighting business in 1999, he came up with a clever way to slip inside gated communities in order to distribute advertising flyers. “I waited for a mail man or delivery truck to go through the gate and I slid in behind them while the gate was open,” he recalled. […]
The economy is nothing short of “lousy.” Business is really tough. Customers are canceling events. A local party and event rental company asked its team what they could do to create an adequate amount of revenue to survive the recession. The group had the benefit of being together for a number of years. They wrote […]