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[ 0 ] Oct. 26, 2012

Made in the U.S.A. : Chester Wallace Bag

Designer Patrick Long created this durable sack. The bags are made in Portland, Oregon and the company makes about 1250 a year. The fabric is dyed and finished by a family-run enterprise in New Jersey.

[ 0 ] Oct. 25, 2012

Visionary Eco-Preneur: Gary Erickson

The CLIF BAR was created when biker Gary Erickson was nearly finished with a 175-mile bike ride in 1990, he couldn’t bear to eat one more energy bar–too boring and tasteless. “I could do better than this,” he said. The rest, as they say, is history!

[ 0 ] Oct. 19, 2012

Made in the U.S.A : Magazine Rack With Handle

The Plexi-Craft company that manufactures the clever magazine rack is headquartered in Long Island City, New York.

[ 0 ] Oct. 16, 2012

Economic Census Forms Coming to America’s Small Biz

In November and December, more than 4 million American businesses will receive 2012 Economic Census forms. Responses to the questionnaire are required by law (Title 13, U.S. Code), to be returned by February 12, 2013. Every 5 years, the Economic Census develops a comprehensive portrait of American business, from the national to the local level. Timely […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 12, 2012

Made In The U.S.A. 1941 Replica Brushed-Chrome Lighter

Zippo manufactures the iconic lighter in Bradford, Pennsylvania.

[ 0 ] Oct. 10, 2012

Franchises & Small Businesses Are U.S. Backbone

Franchise owners and small businesses are the real owners of the American economy and offer the best solution to the world’s economic ills, Jim Amos, CEO of Tasti D-Lite and Planet Smoothie, told CNBC recently. “Franchises and small businesses are the heroes of our economy,” Amos said. The franchise industry in the U.S. alone consists […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 9, 2012

Visionary Eco-Preneurs: Ben & Jerry

The childhood friends took a $5 correspondence course from the University of Pennsylvania in how to make ice cream to launch their first ice cream parlor in a converted gas station in Burlington, VT. It took them 3 months to clean the facility and ready it for their grand opening. They vowed from day one […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 8, 2012

Shoplet.com Offers Easy Home-Office Buying Solutions

There are currently 38 million home based businesses in America. Due to the cost effectiveness of running a business out of one’s home, a new home based business appears every 12 seconds. Small business owners have many options to help reduce not only costs, but their carbon footprint by using the space they already have. […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 5, 2012

Made In The U.S.A. Glacier National Park Blanket

Another fine product made in the United States comes from Pendleton Woolen Mills of Washougal, Washington. Pendleton Woolen Mills produces a small group of colorful blankets inspired by America’s great open spaces that are a fitting and cozy ode to our great national parks.

[ 0 ] Oct. 4, 2012

10 Reasons Why Businesses Fail

There are a lot of factors that go into the analysis of why businesses fail, but here are ten to consider as your plan your venture and fine tune your small business goals and strategies: 1. The business had insufficient financing. 2. Not enough “due diligence” research was conducted prior to opening. 3. No marketing […]

[ 0 ] Oct. 3, 2012

eBay & SBO : Perfect Together

We are proud to be a leading content provider to the eBay Small Business Center.  Check it out @ http://cc.ebay.com/small-business-info/web-preneuring.aspx Other content providers to the helpful resource site include the U.S. Small Business Administration and the IRS.

[ 0 ] Oct. 2, 2012

Visionary Eco-Preneurs Drew and Myra Goodman

The New York natives started growing raspberries in their 2.5 acre garden in central California and went on to create Earthbound Farm, a prewashed-greens empire that sells their organic produce to supermarkets across the United States.

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