Monday, April 23, 2018
 
 
Congressman Jim Banks and Ivy Tech Community College are tea
Congressman Jim Banks and Ivy Tech Community College are teaming up for free workshops on federal and defense contracting so small business owners can grow their business in ways they may not have thought possible.
 
national pie day
national pie day
 
Love It EVV
Love It EVV
 
All That Stuff
Join host Bill Howze as he talks to Amy Martin of Amy Martin Auctions about women in auctioneering.
 
Fresh Thyme
Fresh Thyme
 
Life Lessons: BW NICE
The organization blends building of women in business with helping other women achieve their potential.
 
Sexual Harrassment in Hollywood- CBS Sunday Morning Preview
Oprah hosts panel about Times Up Movement
 
Success Connection
Join host John Merlino Jr. and special guest Maria Arias Sanchez as they discuss her online business, how she got started, and her plans for the future.
 
Berks Business
Join host Bob Wert as he talks with guest Laura Haffner about Wells Fargo.
 
HATTANOOGA 01-09-18
HATTANOOGA 01-09-18
 



Small Businesses may get tax break

 
JT Davis Asset Management - Cryptocurrency
Learn exactly what Cryptocurrency is.
 
Chico location of Herreid Music to close after 20 years
Chico location of Herreid Music to close after 20 years
 
POT IS LEGAL IN CA
A line out the door at Humboldt County's first adult use pot shop.
 
Courthouse Road construction impact on local stores
The ride along Courthouse Road in Gulfport has been a little bumpier than usual these past seven months as construction continues for an improvement project in the area. News 25 checked in with businesses situated along the busy Gulfport road to see if the construction project has affected their bottom line. Shoppers of all sizes stop by Riley’s Children Apparel Store off Courthouse Road in Gulfport, searching for unique clothing, shoes, and gifts for children. Owner Kim Riley was concerned at first when construction on the Courthouse Road Project began seven months ago, but she says those fears have been laid to rest. “I don’t feel like it has affected us much at all. We have had one person that I can remember that has said something negative. Everyone else is looking forward to the positive.” Next door, Ferrell Alman has been selling men’s and women’s outdoor clothing since 1983. He says the orange cones and construction work on Courthouse Road have not deterred his customers from shopping either. In fact, Alman believes the project is a good long term investment. “We don’t look at it as construction. We look at it as an improvement. To make money you got to spend money and that’s what they’re doing out there on Courthouse Road so that it will lead to better business for all of us. It will just make it look a lot nicer with the boulevard and the landscaping with everything that they are going to be doing. It’s going to be a nice place to come to.” Many business owners are already planning the next steps to keep improving Courthouse Road even when construction is finished. “All the merchants and businesses on Courthouse Road are coming up with a plan to organize and have a merchants’ association after construction is over and all these improvements have been made. We want to be able to market Courthouse Road and come up with a marketing plan for the long term and we have got some great advertising ideas so look for Courthouse Road to have a whole new image and a whole new prospect for the future,” said Alman.
 
Macon light show brings business to downtown
It's hard to miss a quarter of a million lights dancing to the tune of Christmas music in Downtown Macon. Thousands of people are traveling to the show to check it out.
 
Women2Women Live!
Alison Snyder, Regina Rinehimer and Vanessa Wanshop share what Women2Women is and discuss upcoming programs.
 
America First Credit Union
America First Credit Union
 
Inergy Solar - Utah Success Story 12/17 10pm
Inergy Solar - Utah Success Story 12/17 10pm
 
Inergy Solar 2
Inergy Solar 2 - Utah Success Story
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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