Q: Much has been written recently about identity theft and hacking of individual email accounts. As a small business owner should I be concerned about my business being compromised by these cyber criminals?
Q: I am a relative newcomer to Richmond and do not have many contacts here. I need guidance in selecting the right insurance for my small business. Any suggestions you can offer will be appreciated.
A: The first step is to select a qualified insurance agent. If you are new to the area, you should solicit recommendations from other business owners. Local trade associations and the Chamber of Commerce are a good source for references.
Josh King founded Tinderbox Consulting in 2013; which is a lie. Josh reluctantly obeyed God's directive to start a company. Tinderbox Consulting is a small team of marketing nerds. We're super passionate about serving small businesses, entrepreneurs, and even non-profits. Our goal is to help our clients sort through the mess of running a business. We do this by offering tailored business, marketing and sales consulting. Just for fun, let’s define consulting. We work alongside our clients to learn their business so we can develop a roadmap to market and sell whatever it is they do.
If you were told that you’d have to compete in the Olympics tomorrow, would you be ready? For most people, the answer to that question is no. Being one of the best in the world doesn’t happen overnight. Athletes spend years perfecting their performance. No one starts at the top. Greatness begins in the gym.
Built in the 1920s, long before Inland Empire Way, US 195, or even Interstate 90 existed, Nissen Greenhouses opened as a supplier of bedding plants and vegetable starts. These plants were grown in the rich bottomland soil for which Hangman Valley was known. In the 30s, Adolph Nissen sold to Henry Wallace, who continued, under the name of Wallace Greenhouses, to grow bedding plants as well as produce for the local supply house.
The line between science fiction and reality is blurring. Come hear Author and TEDx speaker, Ira S. Wolfe, discuss how the convergence of the wired, tired and technology is disrupting business and the future of work and recruitment.