Winston-Salem listed in Forward Cities initiative for Black entrepreneurs | Local

Winston-Salem will be one of five North Carolina participants in the Forward Cities initiative being funded in part by a $ 400,000 grant from the Truist Foundation. Forward Cities, a nonprofit based in Durham, plans to launch a version of the Black Wall Street Forward program, an initiative to grow and sustain Black businesses. The … Read more

OTA spring conference to be hosted in Norman | Business

The Oklahoma Transit Association will convene its annual spring conference and expo, presented by Creative Bus Sales in Norman, from May 23-25 ​​at the Embassy Suites and Convention Center. The association will welcome attendees from the state’s 37 transit agencies, industry suppliers and other transit stakeholders for three days of education, leadership training and networking. … Read more

Tom Purcell: Let’s unleash the entrepreneur | Columnists

I started my first business in the fifth grade when I convinced a neighbor to allow me to cut her grass with her electric lawn mower. That project ended in immediate failure. The mower was powered by a long extension cord – a cord I ran over and sliced ​​in two shortly after I began … Read more

6 Enid area businesses awarded $ 444,000 from state | Business

ENID, Okla. – Six Enid area businesses together received nearly half a million dollars in state money for manufacturing and job expansion plans. Enid businesses Wako LLC, Parrish Enterprises Ltd. and No Man’s Land Foods LLC, along with Broce Manufacturing Co. of Fairview, Sidwell Seed of the Kremlin, and ViaCore Nutrition of Kingfisher were awarded … Read more

Ask Doug & Polly: How to differentiate your small business in a new market | Local Business News

BY DOUG AND POLLY WHITE Special correspondents QUESTION: My company has just entered a new market with limited competition. Should I focus on differentiating my offering from the old way of doing things, or should I focus on the handful of businesses working to establish the market? ANSWER: As with many issues in business, the … Read more

BBB column: Avoid moving scams this National Moving Month | Business

For countless Americans, the month of May signifies a major transition in their lives. Whether it is graduating from high school or college, starting a new job or receiving that highly anticipated acceptance letter, May marks the beginning of the busiest time in the nation for moving. So much so, that month was designated National … Read more

Woodall wows investors at Young Entrepreneurs Academy panel | News

Some of the area’s best and brightest young entrepreneurial minds pitched their products to an assortment of local businesspeople on Thursday night, and one of the smallest of the group stood the tallest in the end. Morgan Woodall, a 12-year-old seventh-grader at Southern Middle School in Somerset, was named the winner of this year’s Young … Read more

John Polacek | Community building on small businesses | Business

When Bethlehem Steel closed its doors in Johnstown in 1992, thousands of jobs were lost. Families began to tell their children that after graduation they needed to leave town to find a job. That advice and subsequent brain drain led to continued drops in Johnstown’s population. Fortunately, times have changed, plenty of family-sustaining jobs are … Read more

Google Chrome Enterprise Consulting Service Market Pricing Strategy, Industry Latest News, Top Company Analysis, Research Report Analysis and Share by Forecast 2026

The latest research report on Google Chrome Enterprise Consulting Service market highlights the key growth indicators, challenges, and opportunities affecting the growth trajectory of this business sphere during 2022-2028. The report denotes that the industry is projected to witness XX% CAGR over 2022-2028, generating considerable returns through the forecast duration.  The document offers a structural … Read more

Albert Ratner reflects on career, family, new book | Local News

Albert Ratner, former CEO of Forest City Realty Trust, sat down with J. David Heller, CEO, president and co-founder of The NRP Group, May 12 to discuss Ratner’s upbringing, business endeavors, community involvement and upcoming book, “The Great Age Reboot. ” The Jewish Federation of Cleveland in Beachwood hosted the conversation, “Interview with a Legend … Read more