We sat down virtually with Scott Brandley, co-founder of Shopper Approved, for this edition of our Small Business Success series. Scott’s consumer rating and review service collects merchant, product, and local reviews and then syndicates the reviews to online locations such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing to bolster his customers’ online reputations. “Once a business […]
In this installment of our Small Business Success Story series, we catch up with Alex Teller. Alex is working with his client, the Village of Waterloo, New York, to help revitalize it and “bring some vibrancy” to the downtown area. In his role as project manager, Alex has purchased various window clings from Signs.com, for […]
Baseball is “mathematics, geometry, art, philosophy, ballet, and carnival – all intertwined like the mystical ribbons of color in a rainbow,” wrote W.P. Kinsella, author of Shoeless Joe (later adapted into the movie, Field of Dreams). At the Top Gun Baseball Academy in Sykesville, Maryland, customers have the opportunity to discover those elements of the […]
In this edition of our Small Business Success Story series, we chat with Joseph (“Joe”) Nines, a marriage and family therapist in Flourtown, Pennsylvania. Joe encourages his clients to address problems sooner rather than later, and says, “I don’t want to put my clients through years of painful talk therapy – I want them to […]
No matter what business you’re in, it’s important to be passionate about it if you wish to be successful. Case in point: Brad Richard, co-partner in Valley Design & Manufacturing – a manufacturer of furniture and fixtures for the restaurant and hotel industries. As you’ll read in this Small Business Success Story edition, Brad has […]
In this week’s installment of our Small Business Success series, we chatted with Maria Trujillo of Freelenz Photography and the Red Chair Studio about her journey in following her passion for photography and art. Maria purchased a clear window decal to display on the door of her photography studio.
Today’s release of our small business success series features Matt Hannigan, the principal and creative director of the Pennsylvania-based design company, GoodThree. Matt purchased a repositionable wall decal for display in the GoodThree office.
Buying Groceries at the Gas Station On the corner of 1300 South and 1100 East in Salt Lake City, you’ll find a quaint building that was once a gas station in the 1920s, but now houses Liberty Heights Fresh. When you buy your groceries at the once-gas station, you won’t be getting the typical gas […]