Lowcountry Local First embraces that culture and supports the small businesses and local communities that make the Lowcountry so special.
Known as the Remote Transactions Parity Act (RTPA), the bill would allow states to impose a sales tax on remote sellers, such as online retailers.
Consumers are exposed to more than 5,000 brand messages every single day. These messages can be anything from a loud and flashy television ad to a subtle logo on the pen you borrowed from your coworker. Even if you’re paying attention, there’s no way to notice — let alone remember – all of them. As a consumer, it’s not necessarily your job to remember these messages, but as a small…read more →
This month, head downtown to soak up the last little bit of summer and make memories that will last all year long
Shop Local Raleigh makes the most of the city’s opportunities for small businesses, in particular, by connecting them with state and local government agencies, the diverse population and the nationwide buy local movement.
The Fuller Center for Housing brings volunteers and local businesses together to provide affordable housing across the country and around the world.
Would you spend an extra dollar on your next meal in order to feed a homeless person? At Rosa’s Fresh Pizza in Philadelphia, owner Mason Wartman encourages his customers to do just that. His community-friendly business model allows customers to pay it forward with pizza, one hot and fresh slice at a time. Before even turning 30, Wartman left his Wall Street job to start his own pizza shop in…read more →
The Mile High Business Alliance encourages Colorado consumers to buy local, bank local and brew local – but that’s not all. It also challenges community members to become Neighborhood Catalysts, by using an innovative crowdfunding platform to support small business projects.
Chrysler Commercial Vehicles do more than get you from point A to point B. With BusinessLink, Fiat Chrysler Automotives (FCA) keeps your small business going and growing, whether it’s by upgrading your fleet, servicing a vehicle or shuttling you to a new job site.
“I decided to jump in with a bunch of great recipe ideas, some wonderful friends, two silver platters and a pretty good mission statement,” she says. “My mission statement was, and still is, based on using local, sustainable goods and leaving as little impact on the environment as possible.” That mission boils down to an even better catchphrase: big taste, little footprint.