As retailers across the country prepare for the biggest season of the year, there’s a new kind of celebration going on in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia—and this one is all about the locals.
After serving their country on the front lines, many veterans come home to a new mission: starting their own business
This holiday season, there’s a welcoming and vibrant place to get all the toys on your children’s wish lists—and it’s not the North Pole
Festivities are in full swing this month, as communities across the country welcome the holiday season. With full calendars everywhere, the question isn’t when you celebrate, but where? As long as it’s local, you can’t go wrong.
On November 1, the American Independent Business Alliance (AMIBA) launched its Shop Indie Local holiday campaign.
As an organization that serves local business owners, Independent We Stand is proud to join with American Express to support the 10th annual Small Business Saturday® this Nov 30.
This month, fall is in the air—and on the calendar. Downtown districts and small businesses across the country will celebrate the season with costume contests, haunted tours and tasty treat
When an economic engine left its New Hampshire region, the Monadnock small business community decided to create an economic engine of its own. The Local Crowd (TLC) Monadnock developed an innovative way to bring new investment to the community and its small businesses through a crowdfunding platform.
After nearly 125 years in business, Kibler Lumber’s greatest asset is its relationship with the local community. The fifth-generation family business has been in the community since 1895, but it continues to add new value with each year
Small business owners have a knack for filling voids in the community. In Fairbury, Illinois, business owner Rick Wilson revived a local furniture store after the passing of its previous owner. Fairbury Furniture has filled a void in the community and become a part of something much bigger than its small town