Small Business Owners of America started six years ago as a consulting firm. Now it’s one of the top financing options for startup capital in the country. This post originally appeared on Inc.com.
I’ve witnessed plenty of thrilling sporting events. This Atlanta United FC game–in the team’s inaugural year, no less–was a new experience. This post originally appeared on Dirty South Soccer.
Shaw’s Tavern is showing how local marketing can be as easy as following the news–in this case, the James Comey hearing–and having a little bit of fun with it. This post originally appeared on Inc.com.
Some analytics companies are encouraging retailers to go all-in on facial recognition and biometric data, while others are pursuing a more privacy-conscious path. How can small businesses choose? This post originally appeared on Inc.com.
This Rover.com founder’s zeal for pooches solved a problem people with pets have long shared: Kennels are just sad. This post originally appeared on Inc.com.
The husband-and-wife owners of Colorado Hats use both new technology and old-school construction methods to make high-end custom cowboy hats that draw customers from miles away. This story originally appeared on Inc.com.
MyPillow potentially faces investigation by state and federal agencies for poor advertising practices. Things didn’t have to go this way. This story originally appeared on Inc.com.
Casper’s founders reflect on their company’s fast growth–and ponder what’s to come. This story was originally published on Inc.com.
Everyone knows about the most famous escape artist of all time. Fewer people know about his entrepreneurial pursuits off the stage. This story originally appeared on Inc.com.
A eulogy of sorts for Atlanta Braves baseball at Turner Field, through the eyes of the last two games there.
Los York’s co-owners define their company as a “new kind of agency.” If its growth is any indication, they might be right. This story originally appeared on Inc.com.