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Owner of three Charlotte-area FASTSIGNS franchises learned to snag – and promote – diverse and prominent work for clients such as SouthPark mall, Charlotte-Mecklenburg government and local universities.
Showing loyalty to your favorite businesses used to mean a key chain filled with miniature frequent customer cards. Like much of business, however, loyalty is going digital.
When Nicole Filion-Ashline relocated her member-based business center, she hoped a more visible and accessible location would be the key ingredient for continued success.
Family-run company reflects the industry, which is seeing an influx of ‘green’ chemicals, female technicians and university partnerships
CPA firm Blair, Bohlé & Whitsitt merges with Austin & Falls in the throes of tax season
Barbara Green of Plaza Midwood created a ‘DivaPets‘ furniture line that’s safe for food, drink, spills and more.
Nothing Bundt Cakes, a new bakery franchise at Birkdale Village, brings a fresh twist on the nostalgic dessert.
Frank Johns started practicing law in Greensboro in 1976. By the early 1990s, his firm Booth, Harrington and Johns had a satellite office in Charlotte. Here’s what he did to establish it.
Whether your concern is having enough money to pay employees, balancing your work and personal life or figuring out how to quit your day job to run your business full time, you shared with us a range of answers in our question of the week contest.
When the wind chill in Chicago hit minus 40 on Jan. 6, Dogs Deserve It shut down. It was too cold outside for the dog walking service's four-legged clients and its employees.