# Small business
Unlock the Keys to Success with John Catsimatidis' Common-sense Business Lessons
Billionaire entrepreneur John Catsimatidis Sr. is sharing his best kept secrets to success. In a new book, Catsimatidis reveals how instincts and common-sense business lessons helped him build an empire. Catsimatidis owns a chain of New York supermarkets, hosts a radio talk show, and is also a real estate developer. His company is currently developing 400 Central in St. Petersburg–anticipated to be the tallest condominium tower on the Gulf Coast.
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Get Ready For The Grand Opening of Plymouth's Newest Business With a Surprise in The Back of Their Store
The new business is located inside the space that once housed a bank and then a consignment called "Exchange".Photo byGoogle Maps / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney. (PLYMOUTH, MA) As Main Street’s newest business, Plimoth General Store, begins to take shape, the owners have been keeping locals in the loop by uploading photos and videos of the construction process on social media, generating excitement from the Plymouth community. Now, the new business is ready to open its doors to the public and has announced a grand opening celebration spanning two days!
Topsail Guide Welcomes 6 New Companies to Local Business Directory
We are thrilled to announce that the Topsail Guide has expanded its comprehensive business directory with the inclusion of six more local companies. Throughout the month of May, we had the privilege of welcoming:
Countdown Begins: Morgan Junction Community Festival 2023 Just Two Weeks Away!
Excitement is in the air as the Morgan Junction Community Festival draws near. With just two weeks remaining until the big day, preparations are in full swing for this highly anticipated event. Organized by the Morgan Community Association (MoCA), the festival promises an afternoon of fun and entertainment for the entire family. Set against the picturesque backdrop of Morgan Junction Park in West Seattle, the festival will take place on Sunday, June 18, 2023, from 1 pm to 4 pm. So mark your calendars and get ready to immerse yourself in a celebration of community spirit!
Louisville Delivers Augments Local Convenience and Hospitality
Have y'all heard of Louisville Delivers? They are redefining convenience and hospitality in Derby City and I recently had the privilege of sitting down with Shawn Stewart to talk about the company.
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Spill The Tea Philosophy
When we speak of spilling the tea it is about gossiping or just talking the harsh truth about someone else’s business. Leadership is more than leading others. It is about leading oneself too.
This Ohio Small Business Is Changing Lives Through Soap
When you think of soap, you don't typically think of lives being changed. But that's exactly what Hope Soap is doing. The owner of Hope Soap is Nathan Walden. Nathan once struggled with a skin issue called dermatitis. After years of doctors appointments, testing, and medication, he decided to create his own remedy.
Former Employees Purchase Beloved Cape Cod Ice Cream Shop
(CAPE COD, MA) Three former employees of a local Cape Cod business have partnered to purchase the place they all once worked side-by-side!. On June 2, 2023, the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce announced via social media that three former employees of Sundae School Ice Cream had partnered together to purchase both locations of the beloved business in Dennisport and Harwich Port.
Brockton’s First Brewpub Celebrates One-Year Anniversary With Festival
Brockton's first brewpub, which prides itself in being the 6th Black-owned Brewery in Massachusetts, is celebrating its one-year anniversary of being open!. Brockton Beer Company, which features a full menu of craft beer, drinks, and food, is a family-friendly establishment that was founded in 2018 by five local families who bonded over their shared love of youth sports and weekly game nights.
The Local Marshfield Business You Won't Want to Miss on National Donut Day
(MARSHFIELD, MA) Friday, June 2nd is National Donut Day- and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious, gourmet donut that supports a local small business?. SlackTide Coffee, located in the seaside town of Marshfield, has revealed three special, limited-edition donuts that will only be available this month. These donuts are made fresh every morning from Tuesday to Sunday, including on National Donut Day. The best part about these yummy sweet treats is that they're made with love by a team of bakers overseen by the owner's mother!
5 Local Businesses You Can Start in Nevada Despite the Economic Situation In USA
The economic situation in the United States has been challenging for many entrepreneurs, but that doesn't mean there aren't opportunities for those looking to start a business. In Nevada, a state known for its resilience and adaptability, there are several local businesses that can thrive even in tough times. Here are five local business ideas that you can start in Nevada, regardless of the current economic climate.
Popular Bagel Shop Reveals Renovation Update for Plymouth Location
(PLYMOUTH, MA) Gunther Tooties, a popular local business with 6 locations, has recently revealed updates about their Plymouth location, which has been closed for renovations. The establishment is known and loved by many for its New York-style bagels that are baked fresh daily, and Plymouth residents are excited to soon have those delicious bagels back!
Burger Chain Coming Soon, Renovating Failed Gas Station
Certain failed businesses can be flipped relatively easily. Office and retail space takes very little altering for the new business to move in and open to customers. Failed restaurants can require some renovations, depending on what kind of new restaurant is moving in, but still, restaurants take over failed restaurants all the time. One of the biggest problems though, when it comes to renovating town areas, is when gas stations close up shop. While the fuel tanks are eventually emptied, it still leaves environmental issues, not to mention a host of material that needs to be removed. For new businesses to move in, there are added environmental tests required to ensure there aren’t any fuel leaks into the soil. It is why, when a gas station shutters, its carcass remains, the building is picked over as windows are boarded up and graffiti is tagged all over its remaining skeleton. One particular gas station has sat, closed up, for some time in Flagstaff, but that is all about to change in the coming months.
The party sure went on! Dancing, eating, shopping! All supporting local small Brooklyn businesses. Photography by @kimmancusophotography #bklynmadestore #smallbusiness #buylocal #brooklyn
Renovation Update for New Restaurant in Former "Isaac's on Plymouth Harbor" Space
(PLYMOUTH, MA) If you were a fan of Isaac's, which previously offered delicious food and a stunning view of Plymouth Harbor, you're in for a treat! The original owner of Isaac's has obtained the space and has been renovating the building in preparation for a grand reopening that is coming up soon.
Popular Plymouth Brewery Seeks New Home For Beer Garden
Photo byKenny Semcken / Second Wind Brewing Company. (PLYMOUTH, MA) Second Wind Brewing Company, a craft microbrewery located in historic downtown Plymouth, has announced that they are actively searching for a new home for their family-friendly and pet-friendly beer garden after their summer gathering spot at Bramhall's has come to an end.