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Stepping Up: How This Mother-Daughter Business Duo is Caring for their Future
By Nicole Fallon | July 29, 2017

When Donna Rea's husband/business partner lost his battle with cancer, their daughter Nicole stepped up to co-own their Caring Transitions franchise with her mother. Here's how they make it work.

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Small Business Snapshot: 4505 Meats
By Nicole Fallon | July 28, 2017

Ryan Farr founded 4505 Meats to change the way consumers buy and eat meat. He shares the story behind his business.

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The 10 Best (and Worst) States for Starting a Business
By Chad Brooks | July 06, 2017

A new study by WalletHub ranks the best and worst states to start a business in. See the top and bottom 10 states.

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Luxury Cannabis Dispensaries Are Shedding the Industry Stigma
By Adam Uzialko | July 05, 2017

Far from being cold and impersonal, today's dispensaries are adding a high-class, personal touch to customers seeking out medicinal cannabis for a range of health conditions. Read more.

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Meet Measure, the Pioneers of Drones as a Service
By Adam Uzialko | June 29, 2017

Measure is pioneering the drones as a service space, which is making UAVs more accessible to companies that are hesitant to maintain their own fleet.

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4 Big Challenges Today's Self-Employed Professionals Face
By Sammi Caramela | June 07, 2017

Most self-employed professionals don't plan to return to the corporate world, but their path isn't without challenges. Here's how to tackle four big obstacles.

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Beyond Passion: The Traits of Successful Entrepreneurs
By Chad Brooks | May 15, 2017

Successful small business owners learn from their mistakes, invest in technology, make time for their families and friends, and build relationships with mentors.

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Small Business Snapshot: Kenway Consulting
By Nicole Fallon | April 19, 2017

Brian King, president and CEO of Kenway Consulting, shares the story behind his Chicago-based socially responsible consulting business.

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The 10 Best States for Women Entrepreneurs
By Chad Brooks | April 11, 2017

Find out what ranked as the best states for female business owners in a study by Fundera.

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Small Business Snapshot: MyClean
By Nicole Fallon | April 07, 2017

MyClean is an online platform that allows users to book professional maid cleaning services in Chicago and New York City. CEO Michael Scharf shares the story behind it

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Small Business Snapshot: Soul Purpose Designs
By Nicole Fallon | March 31, 2017

The story behind Soul Purpose Designs, an apparel and shoe company that creates and manufactures "wearable art."

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Small Business Snapshot: Mikey's
By Nicole Fallon | March 29, 2017

Entrepreneur Michael Tierney shares the story behind Mikey's, a frozen foods company making gluten-free, non-GMO and paleo alternatives to traditional bakery items.

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Small Business Snapshot: Tommy's Superfoods
By Jennifer Post | March 22, 2017

Tom Williams, co-founder and COO of Tommy's Superfoods, shares the story of how his business is redefining consumers' preconceptions about frozen foods.

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The State of Small Business: District of Columbia
By Ryan Fallon | March 04, 2017

What's it like to be a small business owner in the District of Columbia? Business News Daily asked several Washington, D.C. entrepreneurs.

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Networking for Entrepreneurs: 7 Ways to Make a Connection
By Nicole Fallon | February 08, 2017

Networking is an incredibly powerful business growth tool. Here's how to leverage your professional contacts to grow your startup.

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The State of Small Business: Utah
By Adam Uzialko | January 25, 2017

What is it like doing business in Utah? Business News Daily interviewed small business owners, lenders and development organizations to find out.

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The State of Small Business: New Hampshire
By Adam Uzialko | January 12, 2017

What's it like doing business in New Hampshire? Business News Daily interviewed small business owners, lenders and development organizations to find out.

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Small Business Snapshot: Man Crates
By Nicole Fallon | December 21, 2016

Jon Beekman, CEO and founder of Man Crates, shares the story behind his e-commerce business, which sells unique, curated gifts for men.

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Small Business Snapshot: Rebel Kitchen
By Nicole Fallon | December 02, 2016

Tamara Arbib, co-founder of Rebel Kitchen, shares the story behind her healthy, organic food brand.

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Entrepreneurial Launch Code: Learn the Keys to Success
By Joel N. Sussman | November 23, 2016

Some people are born with a knack for entrepreneurship, but can the skills needed to launch a startup be taught? These experts think so.

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Small Business Snapshot: Bumkins
By Nicole Fallon | November 17, 2016

Jakki Liberman, founder and president of Bumkins, shares the story behind her baby and parenting product business.

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Small Business Snapshot: VivoAquatics
By Nicole Fallon | November 11, 2016

Willan Johnson, CEO of VivoAquatics, shares the story behind his aquatic management business.

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The State of Small Business: South Carolina
By Adam Uzialko | November 08, 2016

What is it like doing business in South Carolina? Business News Daily interviewed small business owners, lenders and development organizations to find out.

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The State of Small Business: South Dakota
By Adam Uzialko | October 11, 2016

What is it like doing business in South Dakota? Business News Daily interviewed small business owners, lenders and development organizations to find out.

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The State of Small Business: Nebraska
By Adryan Corcione | October 04, 2016

What's it like to own a small business in Nebraska? To find out, Business News Daily asked real entrepreneurs there.

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Diving into the Deep End as a Swim School Franchise Owner
By Shannon Gausepohl | September 18, 2016

Rita Goldberg, CEO and founder of British Swim School, took a chance in the 80s overseas and eventually franchised her business in America.

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The State of Small Business: West Virginia
By Adam Uzialko | September 15, 2016

What is it like doing business in West Virginia? Business News Daily interviewed small business owners, lenders and development organizations to find out.

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Communication Failures on 9/11 Pushed Me to Launch a Wireless Networking Startup
By Shannon Gausepohl | September 07, 2016

Robert Schena, CEO and founder of Rajant Corporation, saw a colleague struggle to make contact with a loved one in the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. This inspired him to solve communications...

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Clearing Away Self-Doubt Got My Junk Removal Business Out of a Rut
By Shannon Gausepohl | August 30, 2016

Josh Cohen, founder and CEO of Junkluggers, realized that sometimes business is messy. Here's how he overcame his own self-doubt and negative thoughts, and kept his company thriving.

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Small Business Snapshot: Chicken Salad Chick
By Shannon Gausepohl | August 25, 2016

Stacy brown, founder of Chicken Salad Chick, shares the story behind her chicken salad franchise and charity foundation.