Thanks to plummeting stock prices, many experts are warning that Americans have had their fill of cupcakes. But some bakeries are thriving.
As the world becomes more virtual, live events play an even bigger role for companies large and small. But gone are the days of rubber chicken and PowerPoint presentations says event guru Paula Balzer.
Do small businesses really need a website in the era of Facebook and LinkedIn?
With buy-in from big venture capital firms and a friendly online interface, a new breed of personal asset lenders offer quick financing for the cash strapped.
When Skedouche founder, John Kaplar, couldn’t find kitschy holiday clothes to suit him, he started designing his own.
Customer loyalty program Belly gives independent merchants a sleek solution to keep customers coming back.
Even the best of marriages will likely struggle under the pressures of a shared workplace. The key is to define your domain and find common ground outside the office.
Eye-candy meets e-commerce at Tapiture, one of many sites focused on men.
Cucina Fresca Gourmet Foods puts taste before efficiency.
What many small businesses lack in budgets, they make up for in creative benefits.
Haiku Deck promises to do for presentations what Instagram did for photos: Make us all look like creative geniuses.
Catalyst Prep uses “edutainment” to help kids get ready for standardized tests