Drawing 35,000 attendees from all 50 states and 80+ countries, the NYIGF is produced twice annually by GLM Shows and is open to the trade only. Held in January and August in New York City, the Fair hosts 2,800 exhibiting companies showcasing the very best lines across the home, lifestyle and gift spectrum. Jacob Javits […]
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The Country Cat Dinner House & Bar is Portland, Oregon’s premier made-from-scratch, farm-to-table experience with American craft cooking at its core. Adam and Jackie Sappington have masterfully created their family-style restaurant with a menu that highlights flavor profiles from Adam’s southern upbringing balanced out by classic Northwest styles. Adam is a self-taught chef/butcher who practices […]
By Alex Konanykhin | CEO | TransparentBusiness.com The term “digital economy” has an irresistible appeal today. Entrepreneurs, marketing analysts and business technology fans constantly repeat it with mixture of enthusiasm and fanaticism. However, it is essential to emphasize that digital economy is not a mere sum of business and high technology; it implies a real […]
The Tennessee Automotive Manufacturer’s Association (TAMA), an organization created to strengthen and expand Tennessee’s automotive industry, is hosting the 2012 Southern Automotive Conference on October 11-12 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. New to this year’s conference is an Innovation Forum sponsored by LaunchTN. LaunchTN, a public-private partnership designed to foster innovation and entrepreneurship, is hosting an Innovation […]
Applying for disaster recovery assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration just got easier thanks to revisions made to its electronic loan application, significantly reducing the number of screens an applicant must read while filling out the form. “Our goal is to provide support for those rebuilding after a disaster, and we wanted to make […]
From selling cookies in Brazil to building trikes in Florida—sales of $10 million are forecast.
On the last Friday of each month, a small group of entrepreneurs meet around a table at San Diego’s CoCo’s Restaurant & Bakery at 4280 Nobel Dr. They compare notes, share lessons learned, and share resources as they set out to change the world. So what’s on the menu? These innovative founders jump-start the day […]
Congrats to Avery Pursell, winning chef on the debut season of Bravo’s ‘Around The World In 80 Plates.’ There are few formal educational requirements for cooks and chefs since you can qualify for most jobs in this field through on-the-job training. That means that you do not have to earn a cooking certificate or degree […]
LinguaNext™ Inc., the leader in enterprise software language management, recently announced that it has updated LinguaPack™ – QB to offer full Spanish-language support for QuickBooks 2012. LinguaPack is a software translation package that runs independently of QuickBooks and does not alter the underlying application or accounting data. It is the only way to get all […]
Dynasty Entrepreneur Development Inc. – a non-profit 501c3 announced today its online Business Apprenticeship Professional Institute or BAPI which provides youth ages 7-17 and working adults with a tuition-free business degree. Classes begin in August. The youth or adults can enroll in an afterschool program and can earn their degree while still in high school […]
By Caron Beesley You’ve probably heard about the controversy surrounding employers asking job applicants for their Facebook user names and passwords as part of the background check process. It sounds shocking, but it happens – particularly among law enforcement entities – but even among private sector employers who feel they have a reason to go […]