Small Business News
- Entrepreneurs' Organization names chapter president
The Entrepreneurs’ Organization’s Western New York chapter has named Rochester’s Michele Nichols as its first female president, officials announced Tuesday.
- Class A Office Parks
- The job hoppers: Younger workers are less likely to stick with one employer
- Steering column, airbag service for those in need
- Entrepreneur raises latest business on farm
- Wine is the vessel as they head for pinnacle
- SBC selects award finalists
- 'Classic American success story' thrives in city
- Index shows small business job gains remain steady
The Paychex | IHS Small Business Jobs Index remains unchanged for the second consecutive month, showing little movement in the national small business employment trends but also a move away from the volatility of 2014.
- Eclectic business is a joy but not yet a victory
- South Wedge studio was the initial attraction
- Franchising creates wider avenue to expansion
- For some, slow and steady growth yields dividends
- Investing in a sales team secures necessary pipeline
- Venture capital firm showcases early-stage companies
- 'Time to get out' stretches to decades of earning
- Burger 21 targets Rochester, tri-state area
Burger 21—a franchise based in Tampa, Fla.—is targeting Rochester and the tri-state area for future expansion, officials said.
- Coffee so good it inspires their customers' tears
- Savvy Girl Golf reading the green in style
- Craft beer trails expand, impact other industries