Small Business and Entrepreneurs

Leather Goods Home Grown, Hand Made

Michael Stricklin ​ Opelika during the 19th century was on a major rail line for bales of cotton to be shipped...

The Small Business Role of Credit Unions

Credit unions have never been larger or made as much money as they did in 2016. According to the National Credit Union Administration,...

Studios of the Creative Class

The design of work spaces has evolved rapidly in urban areas with changing technologies and business goals of the new century. A number of...

Advice from the Front Lines

“They needed what I made and had markets for it.” Mary Beth Greene saw a...

Mama is Cooking

Taco Mama currently has five locations with another four in the planning stages.   Will Haver was a fan of fresh...

The Modern Sales Force

A blog offering advice about a great sales team likens the process to that of putting together a pro football team: You have to...

Smartphone Groceries

ABOVE “Life has plenty of demands already — jobs, family, so many things. Fitting in time to go buy groceries...

The 90 Percent of Training in Your Head

Clinical psychologist Bhrett McCabe fashioned a practice aimed at optimizing athletic performance and branded it The MindSide.

Social Entrepreneurs at Work

Back in 2012, a friend invited Birmingham banker Barry Morehead on a trip to Bangalore, India, to advise a group of...

Bringing Lifesaving to Market

In February 2003, legendary rock band Great White began playing to a packed house at The Station nightclub in Rhode Island when the...

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