Tuesday, October 16, 2018
 
 
It's Women Entrepreneurship Week
On this Money Monday, we sit down with an Atlanta-based business woman and talk being your own CEO and life after graduation.
 
Success Connection
John Merlino, Ernie Post, Kim Stoudt, and Marilu Rodriguez talk about the first steps to starting your workshop.
 
New Federal Tax Law to Benefit Small Businesses
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act creates incentives for businesses who meet their tax responsibilities.
 
Soup for the Soul
KXLY4's Caroline Flynn reports live from Steelhead Bar and Grille on the Soup For The Soul fundraiser.
 
Small business group endorses Faso
Small business group endorses Faso
 
Tariffs and Trade Wars
One of the key ingredients to maintaining a positive global marketplace is collegial trade between countries. Many partnerships are strong and create a win-win situation for all concerned parties. But, there are still many countries who cannot come to an agreement about the ratio of imports to exports between the nations. These disagreements can escalate into imposed tariffs and the beginnings of a trade war. So why should we be concerned about tariffs and trade wars? Here's what you need to know.
 
Utica Bread owner talks decision to end wholesale, focus on retail
We first reported on Wednesday that Utica Bread will cease its wholesale operations after this week, and today we spoke with the owner about the decision to end the wholesale side of the business.
 
KAPAAW
The Empowering Black Women Conference
 
Oct. 3 is the Last Day to Apply for Carr Fire Assistance
The small business administration has approved more than $30 million in loans for victims.
 
Coats 4 Kids washed at Alsco
KXLY4's Caroline Flynn learns how Alsco helps prepare donated coats for distribution.
 



The Empowering Black Women Conference
The Empowering Black Women Conference
 
Savvy Shopper
Spotlight Social
 
Martine's Pastries
Wedding cake giveaway
 
Dr. Stereo
New Technology in Custom A/V Integration
 
Bear Food at Mercer University
Mac Brydon talks about new business on the Mercer University campus
 
October is National Women's Small Business Month
We sit down with three local entrepreneurs and talk about their road to success and the challenges they faced along the way.
 
Small business initiative
It comes only hours after a new initiative was announced.
 
3D Printing Is Hot...And It's Only Going To Get Hotter
We often think of 3D printing as a new technology with futuristic implications, but we rarely stop to consider how far it's come or where it could be in another few years. 3D printing was invented by Charles Hull in 1984, and in the ensuing 34 years we have developed ways to scan and 3D print objects in real time and have even begun one of the most science-fiction endeavors yet-3D printing human organs. Still, 3D printing has yet to reach its full potential, and that's a good thing.
 
Savvy Shopper - Buckle
Savvy Shopper - Buckle
 
Success Women’s Conference kicks off in Biloxi
It was all about girl power this morning as hundreds of women filled into the IP Casino for the fourth annual Success Women’s Conference. This is a two day conference which aims to give women a chance to connect, inspire, and empower each other. Women who attended heard from mentors and key-note speakers during a panel discussion participated in workshops and had opportunities to network with other female business professionals. Event coordinator Dorthy Wilson said, “There are four tracks: corporate, entrepreneurs, re-energized track, and a track for nonprofits. So, we have nearly 50 nonprofit directors in the nonprofit track and we have speakers from across the country who are going to be helping them to be able to grow their nonprofits across the board.” There are also nearly 70 vendors for conference attendees to shop from.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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