Washington, D.C., is home to plenty of partisan arguments. But there’s one thing the town’s Democrats and Republicans can agree upon: Labyrinth Games is a national treasure. In just four short years Labyrinth has grown to become a must-see destination for visitors from all over the world. They come in search of new or rare games of all types, from specialty games like Magic:The Gathering, to puzzles and especially board games Read more.
Trendy locales like Silicon Valley, New York’s Silicon Alley and the Boston Tech corridor might grab all the buzz, but America’s heartland is building its reputation as an entrepreneurial hotspot. AOL founder Steve Case knows this, and his Rise of the Rest tour is working hard to match Middle America start-ups with financial capital. The Washington Post’s J.D. Harrison explains: Read more.
The United States Federal government spent about $3.5 trillion in 2014. Is your favorite independent business ready to claim a share of that money? Caron Beesley’s post at sba.gov walks you through the process on how your company can become a small business government contractor. Read more.
A customer walks into your favorite independent business and makes a purchase. No, that’s not the start of a joke looking for a punchline. Instead, it’s the end of a long journey, as Sam Balter explains in an informative post from Duct Tape Marketing Read more.