Small Business News
- 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
- Ambitious pair's endeavors brighten city site
- Real estate services firm celebrates 40th year
- Report shows N.Y. small-business owners upbeat
Small-business owners in New York have a positive outlook for business prospects over the next six months, but hiring plans are down, a new report from American Express Open shows.
- Splyce eSports wins 2015 Rochester Venture Challenge
The winner of the 2015 Rochester Venture Challenge is Splyce eSports, a gaming company that builds websites to stream information for fans, game developers and event organizers.
- Entrepreneur to get Vanden Brul honor
- Window cleaning allows owner to clean up
- Five startup firms compete for title, cash
- Young entrepreneurs make their pitches at RIT's Tiger Tank
It is Rochester Institute of Technology’s version of “Shark Tank.” Teams of student entrepreneurs will have the chance to pitch their business ideas to local investors.
- Shop offers brews steeped in wellness