Tag Archive: small business

Dec 05

Twitter for Small Business

On a recent Podcast, “Social Media Sunday with the Delaware Blogger” we discussed Twitter for Small Business because many small business owners still don’t understand why they should be on this social media platform.  I actually had a client say that Twitter was dying and that it was old fashioned…not sure why he thought this, …

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Feb 06

Thankful Thursday – Savvy Social Media Workshop

Hello Friends and Happy Thankful Thursday! Today I begin by saying, “Thank You” to The Money School of Delaware for inviting me to be part of last week’s Savvy Social Media Workshop (#SavvySocialMedia).  As you know, passion is the driving force behind blogging, it is what makes us strive to be the best bloggers we …

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Aug 05

Chasing The Dream Entrepreneurship Camp

Hello Friends and Happy Monday! Chasing the Dream Entrepreneurship Camp sponsored by The Money School of Delaware provided youngsters between the ages of 9-13, an opportunity to learn the basics of starting a business.  Last Thursday they were given the tools and a venue to showcase what they had learned. A miniature Marketplace was set up …

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Aug 01

The Money School of Delaware – August Events

Chasing the Dream Market Day! Thursday, August 1st  11:00am-1:30pm Rodney Square in Wilmington  Campers are open for business…come shop over your lunch break! Turn Up The Heat…  August Money School Classes!  Money Smart Series Wed., July 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21 & 28 Time: 6-8pm Bear Library Nicole Henry, Citizens Bank Participants must attend all …

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Jul 26

Swahili Kitchen

Hello Friends and Happy Fri-Yay! Is your palate stuck in a rut…do you find yourself always ordering the same foods…pizza, cheese steaks or Chinese takeout?  Do you want something different while supporting a new local business, then I suggest you try Swahili Kitchen on Main Street in Middletown. Swahili Kitchen specializes in East African cuisine, …

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May 18

Eden's Touch Bread Company

Hello Friends and Happy Saturday! A few weeks ago at The Java House Cafe I had the pleasure of meeting Marissa G., owner/baker of Eden’s Touch Bread Company.  She was there to feature her Specialty Loaves of Homemade Breads, “made with love, no chemicals or preservatives”.  Eden’s Touch Bread Company delivers fresh baked products at affordable prices and …

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May 18

Eden’s Touch Bread Company

Hello Friends and Happy Saturday! A few weeks ago at The Java House Cafe I had the pleasure of meeting Marissa G., owner/baker of Eden’s Touch Bread Company.  She was there to feature her Specialty Loaves of Homemade Breads, “made with love, no chemicals or preservatives”.  Eden’s Touch Bread Company delivers fresh baked products at affordable prices and …

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Apr 08

Sugar Spice and Everything Nice

On Saturday, at the Dutch Country Farmers Market I had an opportunity to meet a wonderful vendor representing her own small business Sugar Spice and Everything Nice Tina Taylor, is a Direct Distributor of easy gourmet products from her pantry to help make your cooking easier.  Most of the items in the product line require …

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Feb 24

C.O.D.E. Conference

On Saturday The Money School of Delaware held it’s annual C.O.D.E. Conference for National Entrepreneurship Week at the Chase Center on the Riverfront.   This FREE event was held to give guidance to the small business community in the state of Delaware. The doors opened at 8:00 am, and after completing a registration form you …

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Feb 17

D~Foss Custom Jewelry

My husband recently had a few pieces of custom jewelry designed by D~Foss Custom Jewelry.  Donna Foster, creator of D~Foss Custom Jewelry, has been crafting since childhood but only recently decided to turn her hobby into a profitable business.  She began making jewelry exclusively for family members and friends but after attending a vendor show …

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