Your Guide to Choosing a Crane Rental for Rigging Projects

Posted on June 20, 2024June 20, 2024Categories Business, Entrepreneurs   Leave a comment on Your Guide to Choosing a Crane Rental for Rigging Projects

Selecting the right crane rigging equipment to rent is crucial. Here are some tips to help you. Understand Your Project Requirements The first step in choosing the right crane is to thoroughly understand your project requirements. This includes the weight of the loads to be lifted, the height to which they need to be lifted, and the reach required. Different cranes have varying capacities and features, so having a clear understanding of your needs will help narrow down the options. … Continue reading “Your Guide to Choosing a Crane Rental for Rigging Projects”

4 Expert Tips To Update Your Digital Marketing in 2019

Posted on May 29, 2019November 4, 2019Categories Entrepreneurs, Featured News, Sales & Marketing   Leave a comment on 4 Expert Tips To Update Your Digital Marketing in 2019

Digital marketing is an ever-changing industry, and while there are always a few tried and true tricks to help you succeed, you’ll want to keep your tactics and strategies updated more often than not. Google is constantly changing its search algorithm, which means digital marketing companies must constantly adapt. So in the changing world of SEM marketing, how can you update your digital marketing to stay current with industry best practices? We asked SEO and digital marketing experts to share … Continue reading “4 Expert Tips To Update Your Digital Marketing in 2019”

For This Industry, Floods and Droughts are an Opportunity

Posted on September 4, 2015Categories Business, Economy, Entrepreneurs   Leave a comment on For This Industry, Floods and Droughts are an Opportunity

The U.S. is home to an estimated 40,523 carpet and upholstery cleaning businesses, and the industry generates about $4 billion of revenue every year. But now, entrepreneurs within the industry are adapting to the consequences of two major natural disasters at opposite ends of the weather spectrum — floods and droughts. In Colorado, enterprising millennial Jonathan Barnett founded Oxi Fresh nine years ago in Denver, Colorado, when he was just 21. He wants to help pioneer environmentally friendly carpet cleaning … Continue reading “For This Industry, Floods and Droughts are an Opportunity”

Millennials Are Now the Biggest Generation in the American Workforce, But Their Influence As Consumers Is Equally Important

Posted on May 20, 2015Categories Business, Economy, Entrepreneurs, TechnologyTags , , ,   Leave a comment on Millennials Are Now the Biggest Generation in the American Workforce, But Their Influence As Consumers Is Equally Important

Recent data from the Pew Research Center and a U.S. Census Bureau survey shows that Millennials are starting to become even more influential, now that they have become the largest generation in the American workforce. The Wall Street Journal and TIME magazine both report that there are 53.5 million Millennials in the workforce, making up about one-third of the working American population. A Pew analysis estimates that Millennials surpassed Gen Xers in the first quarter of the year; this generation is now slightly less … Continue reading “Millennials Are Now the Biggest Generation in the American Workforce, But Their Influence As Consumers Is Equally Important”

Steve Jobs’ Business Cards Bring in More Than $10K at Charity Auction

Posted on May 14, 2015May 15, 2015Categories Business, EntrepreneursTags , , ,   Leave a comment on Steve Jobs’ Business Cards Bring in More Than $10K at Charity Auction

Under normal circumstances, nearly 9 out of 10 — 88% — of business cards are thrown out within a week.But fortunately for a California private school, one of its families had the foresight to save three of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ business cards when they did catering work for him decades ago. Over the weekend, those cards brought in over $10,000 at the school’s annual fundraising auction. The winning bidder, The Marin School confirmed May 11, was Tim Knowles, CEO … Continue reading “Steve Jobs’ Business Cards Bring in More Than $10K at Charity Auction”

Doctor Brings Rare Spinal Procedure to Utah

Posted on December 8, 2014February 5, 2015Categories Business, Entrepreneurs   Leave a comment on Doctor Brings Rare Spinal Procedure to Utah

A study published earlier this year showed that back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and millions of Americans are suffering from chronic back and neck pain at any given time. Hoping to provide relief for this pressing concern, one doctor has introduced a rare new procedure in Utah. Spinal surgeon Armen Khachatryan helped to pioneer the procedure, an artificial disc implantation that can replace the spinal fusion surgery usually used in such cases. “With disc replacement, our … Continue reading “Doctor Brings Rare Spinal Procedure to Utah”

New Startup Builds Wearable, Medical Devices

Posted on November 17, 2014February 5, 2015Categories Business, Entrepreneurs   Leave a comment on New Startup Builds Wearable, Medical Devices

For years, medicine has either come in bottles, or blister packaging — the cards with peelable lamination over single dose units — but a new startup is introducing an innovative way to package and administer medicine. Technically speaking, the Amiko Inhaler is a wearable activity tracker that wraps around medical packaging, which means it’s basically a personal medical assistant with a built-in inhaler. Though there have been scores of other such devices that monitor wearers’ health signs before, Amiko is … Continue reading “New Startup Builds Wearable, Medical Devices”