From September to December, local communities, from towns across the country, came together to nominate and vote for their favorite businesses. “The excitement and community support across the country was unmatched during this year’s nomination and voting phases,”
These are just a few examples of the longstanding relationships that Northern Plains has had with its employees.
It was a tight race, with more nominees than last year and more votes overall.
If there is one thing that we do best for our community, it is the way in which we strive to treat and pay our employees fairly
Founded in 2005 by a small group of active local business owners, Cambridge Local First (CLF) has always been ahead of the curve. Now, the group’s latest innovation gives local businesses and local consumers a whole new reason to celebrate.
…major online retailers starting to use big data for a tactic called price steering.
After more than 12,718 votes were cast for 302 nominees, Independent We Stand is proud to announce the top twenty-five businesses that represent the best in the country. The quarterfinalists for the 2014 Independent Small Business of the Year Award, in no particular order are:
“We take care of the environment because we want to see the community grow and prosper,” says Jerry Schill, president of Schill Grounds Management.
Despite the clear advantages of mobile technologies, many small businesses feel intimidated or overwhelmed by the prospect of focusing on mobile.
“We live, work and breathe in this community and hope by our daily actions to make this place a better place to live.”