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[ 0 ] Jun. 18, 2013

Lollicup Coffee & Tea Hold Grand Opening In West Los Angeles

Lollicup Coffee & Tea, a cafe specializing in Taiwanese boba and bubble tea, will grand open its 39th location at 2206 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025 on Friday, June 21 st at 11 am. Lollicup Coffee & Tea retail locations offer a variety of hot and cold beverages, along with Asian snacks and foods. […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 18, 2013

Poll: Small Biz Owners Say Lack of Retirement Security Threathens The Economy

On the heels of a Pew study revealing dwindling U.S. retirement preparedness, a new poll shows that 70% of small business owners see threats to business and the economy from the lack of retirement security. The national scientific poll was released today by the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) and the Main Street Alliance – […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 18, 2013

Do What You Love…The Money Will Follow

Marsha Sinetar coined the phrase, “do what you love and the money will follow,” and used it as the title for her groundbreaking book in the 1980s. It’s still the most important piece of advice to follow when launching your own small business. You are going to be spending all of your time on your […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 18, 2013

Pizza Chains Say There Is Big Demand For Deep Dish

Pizza chains in Detroit, Mich., such as Domino’s, Little Caesar’s and Hungry Howie’s Pizza are rolling out deep dish and pan pizza offerings in response to growing customer demand. One Domino’s franchise in the area saw a 66% increase in first-quarter profits after the Handmade Pan crust debuted.

[ 0 ] Jun. 18, 2013

BrightStar’s Expansion Includes Assisted-Living Facilities

The BrightStar in-home care services franchise broke ground on its first 36-bed assisted-living facility in April, and the company plans to open 30 such facilities over the next five years and go public as early as 2015. “We’ve been providing home care, but as clients age many families have been asking us for recommendations for […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 17, 2013

Subway Forecasts 50,000 Stores By 2017

Subway’s 39,500 restaurants already make it the world’s largest quickservice chain by unit count, and the chain aims to hang onto that lead. Subway expects to end 2017 with 50,000 units and has a vision for growing to 100,000 stores by 2030, said Chief Development Officer Don Fertman.

[ 0 ] Jun. 17, 2013

MomPreneur Invents Reusable Mop Pads: GoGreenGlider

“I came up with the idea because I was tired of the never ending, repeat purchases that using the disposable Swiffer Pads required. Also, the Swiffer disposable mop pads don’t work and I knew I could invent an outperforming mop pad that was reusable, washable, absorbent and durable that was a much better choice for […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 17, 2013

My Barber’s Lounge Celebrates National Small Biz Week With Donations

My Barber’s Lounge (MBL) will donate $1 from every haircut made at their Greenbelt (8831 Greenbelt Road) and Forestville (3436 Donnell Road) locations from 6/17 to 6/21 to NFTE. MBL Owner Davon Kelly will personally match MBL’s donation to NFTE. My Barber’s Lounge owner, Davon Kelly has found the perfect way to celebrate NFTE’s National […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 15, 2013

Startup Saturday: Get Free Advice For Your New Business From SCORE

Even if your startup funds are very limited, you can get free help and advice from SCORE–the Senior Corps of Retired Executives. Even the ice cream kings, Ben and Jerry, credit SCORE as helping them learn about refrigeration techniques and more to start their now legendary business. Here’s a quick Q&A with SCORE to help […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 14, 2013

NFL Legend Fran Tarkenton to Speak At National Small Business Week Event

Hall of Fame quarterback and entrepreneur Fran Tarkenton will be the featured speaker during the Phoenix Award and Procurement breakfast awards ceremony on June 21 at 9 a.m. EDT during the Washington, D.C. portion of National Small Business Week.  The event will recognize the achievement of small business’ contribution to the national economy and local […]

[ 0 ] Jun. 14, 2013

ADP: Small Businesses Aren’t Prepared To Explain Health Insurance

Small business are far from prepared to clearly outline health insurance options for their employees before implementation of the Affordable Care Act begins, according to payroll and employment services company ADP. “Educating someone about this is fairly complex,” said Christopher Ryan, an ADP vice president who is its primary researcher on health reform’s effects.

[ 0 ] Jun. 14, 2013

Auntie Anne’s Adds Amusement Parks To Growth Plans

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels recently opened new units at three U.S. amusement parks as part of the company’s plan to increase investment in nontraditional venues including entertainment centers, military bases, universities, retailers and airports. “Amusement parks represent an untapped yet sustainable growth vehicle for Auntie Anne’s, and because of our success across all venues, we’re now […]

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