Posts Tagged ‘small business spotlight’

Small Business Spotlight: Red Poppy Floral Design

Amanda | May 8th, 2013

Spring is here, which means opportunities for fresh air, bike rides, and sunshine will soon abound. The trees will bud and the masses will open their windows. It also means the return of wedding season and flowers popping up in people’s gardens. And nobody knows flowers better than this week’s Small Business Spotlight, Red Poppy […]

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Small Business Spotlight: Rent A Green Box

Amanda | April 17th, 2013

May through August are the most popular months for relocating and moving, and as anyone who has had to pack up their stuff knows, it is no picnic. Moving takes time and a considerable amount of effort. It’s also expensive. And once it’s over, your new place of residence is filled with empty cardboard boxes […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: TripBucket

Amanda | January 23rd, 2013

Did you know that January is the considered by pseudoscience to be the most depressing month?  The holidays are over, the days are still short and, if you live in the Midwest, it means day-dreaming on how you’re going to get out of this icy, cold, snow-filled landscape. Might we suggest this week’s Small Business […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: AppMonsta

Amanda | May 16th, 2012

I was recently blessed with an iPhone and have fallen into the world of apps.  Lord knows all of us here at the cS offices love our apps.  Just last week Ross insisted all of us download SayHi Translate and speak to him in Swedish.  This is a true story, I encourage all of you […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: SignNow.com

Amanda | April 18th, 2011

I like doing anything and everything I can over the internet.  Some might say this is because I am a college-aged millennial whose social skills have been stunted by technology, but I think it has more to do with the ease, convenience and immediacy the internet provides.  Need pad thai at midnight?  The internet will […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: SkiTown.com

Laura | December 17th, 2010

Winter is finally here! Know what that means? Ski trips! But how does one go about choosing the perfect slope? It is as simple as SkiTown.com. SkiTown.com is your guide to skiing and snowboarding in North America. It’s equipped with a resort guide featuring over 600 resorts in the United States and Canada. All you […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Point Guard College

Laura | December 10th, 2010

Ever wonder how professional basketball players got so good? It’s not just skill as we’ve learned – there’s a company called Point Guard College and it has been setting athletes up for success since 1993. Point Guard College (PGC) is an intense, no-nonsense learning experience that offers courses for middle school, high school and college-aged […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Sole Discretion

Laura | September 24th, 2010

We’ve all seen her…the woman on the bus carrying a purse, a briefcase, a lunch bag, and a tote. Some may refer to them as ‘bag ladies’ but in a big city, it’s hard for women not to carry literal ‘excess baggage’. One of the main causes? Shoes. Believe it or not, those three inch […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: Fearless Women Entrepreneur Network

Laura | September 12th, 2010

From  Amelia Earhart to Wonder Woman to right here on cS, it’s no surprise to anyone that girls rule. That aside, it’s only natural that women are making a serious impact in the entrepreneurial world! Fearless Women Entrepreneur Network (or FWEN for short) posted a logo project on crowdSPRING and they need our community’s help. […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: SpotHero

Laura | August 6th, 2010

OK, I don’t know about you guys but parking in my neighborhood in Chicago is TERRIBLE. It takes me at least 20 minutes to find a spot and if we want to go out to eat around town… well, forget about it; you have to take a cab or public transit. For this reason I […]

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