Salvation Army family store one year anniversary By Clip Syndicate Today the Salvation Army celebrated a milestone in the life of their family store. The family store located in Gulfport has had its doors open for business for a year now and so the Salvation Army family celebrated the one year birthday of the store with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and fashion show. Family stores are very important to the work of the Salvation Army and when items are donated or people shop at the family stores, they support the Salvation Army’s food pantry, family shelter, and outreach programs. Major Bradley Caldwell said, “We have seen very good traffic, very good returns, and I think we are above budget at this point so we are doing what we intended to do and a little bit more. “ Major Anita Caldwell said, “This is a great store and as we walk through ourselves, find great things, and the fashion show how many great items, dresses, all kinds of things are right here in the store.” ...Read More »
Success Connection By Clip Syndicate John Merlino Jr. is joined by Michael Uribe and Josephina Encamacion to discuss Michael's business The King of Crepes. ...Read More »
Forward Fest to bring together small business owners, local athletes, and aspiring entrepreneurs By Clip Syndicate Where can you find people who write computer code, women who do roller derby, and some of the city's most successful small business owners in the same building? For the next week, they'll all be at Wisconsin's largest technology and innovation conference, Forward Fest, which runs from Aug 16 to 23. ...Read More »
TRUMP TARIFF IMPACT SMALL BIZ By Clip Syndicate PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS ANNOUNCED A LIST OF $16 BILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF CHINESE IMPORTS THAT WILL BE HIT WITH TARIFFS LATER THIS MONTH. WE HAVE A RESPONSE FROM CONGRESSMAN DOUG LA-MALFA ON PRESIDENT TRUMP'S CONTROVERSIAL TRADE TARIFFS ON OVERSEAS GOODS. ...Read More »
Business development and entrepreneurship workshop By Clip Syndicate This morning, entrepreneurs and hopeful small business owners gathered together at the D’Iberville Community Club for a free business development and entrepreneurship workshop. The workshop included information on resources available to help small businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs assess their abilities to lead and manage a company. People in attendance also had the chance to learn about market potential, start-up costs, financing opportunities, and business planning. D’Iberville City Councilman Randall Pelous tells News 25 they hope to cultivate more small businesses in the downtown area. “We are looking to get development started down on the waterfront. That’s a big push for us and if we can do that it’s going to be number one in our book, you know, to develop that down there and bringing new business down there, restaurants, a walking community.” ...Read More »
Business is Booming in the Lowcountry! How You Can Start Your Own By Clip Syndicate Franchises are a popular and viable way to become a small-business owner. Find out how you can open up your own with expert guidance. ...Read More »
Nic Nac Nell's Vintage Rentals By Clip Syndicate KXLY4's Caroline Flynn reports from Nic Nac Nell's, a mother/daughter business that rents vintage items for special events. ...Read More »
IQS announces partnership with the Yext Network Industrial Quick Search, Inc. and IQSDirectory have entered into a partnership agreement with YEXT which will let IQS efficiently manage your major online listings using the Yext platform. Yext provides an interface with over 100 directory publishers that allows immediate listings and updates to all properties. ...Read More »
What The Adoption Of Blockchain Can Mean For Jobs? Most commonly, people will associate the blockchain technology with the popular cryptocurrency called Bitcoin, but really blockchain is a game changer on its own. Although in many ways it can have a positive way on the way that businesses run, for example, making the records of a business more secure or making transactions quicker, there is also a negative side. ...Read More »
Business owners gather for cyber security seminar By Clip Syndicate Panelists say no matter whether it's a big or small business, owners need to keep certain data safe from hackers. ...Read More »

Our Privacy Policy --- @ Copyright, 2015 Digital Media Online, All Rights Reserved

Webmaster
Privacy.