Rochester - We are excited to announce that Brooch Boutique of Rochester, will be participating in the second-annual, nationwide, Pink Friday small business shopping experience, on November 18th. Created by The Boutique Hub, Pink Friday is a small business spin on the traditional Black Friday shopping experience, reminding people to #ShopSmallFirst. Black Friday is the largest shopping day of the year, but the sales and promotions from big box stores often overshadow the experiences that small
Building a successful business is no easy task. There are a lot of moving parts and pieces that need to come together just so. But if you're willing to put in the hard work and follow some key steps, it is possible to build a thriving business in Fulton County, Indiana. Here's what you need to do: 1. Write a business plan. 2. Think up a profitable business idea. 3. Form an LLC for your business. 4. Hire freelancers to help with the workload. 5. Use accounting software to manage your finances. 6.
Small businesses are critical to the American economy — they create jobs, drive innovation, and help boost the local tax base. If you're thinking of starting a small business here in Fulton County, there are a few things you need to know before getting started. In this article, we'll cover why you need a business plan, the benefits of an LLC structure for small businesses, how to market your small business, and strong accounting practices for small businesses.Why Start a Local Business? Small businesses
The Fulton County Community Foundation (FCCF) Ambassadors Club awarded a pop-up grant to the Fulton County Animal Adoption Center to support their dedication to caring for our community’s four-legged friends. Pictured from left is FCCF Director of Development Brian Johnson, animal center staff member Jenny Schumaker holding Crowley the cat, center Director Janet Showley, and center staff member Jaci McCallen with Griffen the dog. The FCCF Ambassadors Club exists to keep previous representatives
Handyman and home improvement services are among the fastest-growing businesses in today's economy, driven by recent fiscal forecasts, market needs, and changing consumer spending patterns. As an aspiring new entrepreneur, your new handyman startup business builds on the high-demand services you can reliably provide. Becoming familiar with the license, insurance, and contracting laws in Indiana will help shape and direct your business and marketing plans. This article highlights some skills and strategies