Hanley Mellon showcased their beautiful new line of designer ready to wear at the Hudson Mercantile building in New York City. It was a very elegant affair, with models, posing amidst the beach grass in the center of the room as paparazzi clicked away. The photo above was from Nicole Hanley […]
Small Business and 911 There were so many casualties that day. My heart goes out to all the families who lost loved ones. One casualty that rarely gets attention is what happened to the small businesses that closed because they couldn’t afford to pay their bills while the area near their stores was devastated by […]
Joan Rivers on Ed Sullivan Joan Rivers was genuinely funny. I miss her early days when her self-deprecating humor and keen observation of every-day life and relationships made all of us take ourselves far less seriously. She made us laugh when all the evening news would broadcast was the Vietnam War, the gas crisis and […]
Greening your business is a smart move but it also can be an expensive one. Alternative energy sources are often more costly; the same goes for many things marketed as recycled or upcycled. While certainly well worth it considering that big businesses are often capable of doing more to clean up the earth than individuals […]
Small business includes your local can’t-do-without coffee shop. Carly Hoilman, Editor in Chief of the Empire State Tribune contributes this post to Best Small Biz Help.com. In recent years, the city of Richmond, Virginia has cultivated a community of hip, young epicureans, creating a feel that is reminiscent of Williamsburg—Brooklyn, that is. Central to this […]
Meet Suzanne, the ultimate multi-tasker. She’s doing a million things to pay the bills, but not making enough to hire someone to help her. She doesn’t have a plan and she’s exhausted. Sound familiar? She is a proud member of the Community for Quickbooks Self-Employed and when she asked for help, here’s the advice I […]
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