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Small Business

Is The Yard The Place to Be If You’re a Creative Business In Brooklyn?

September 2013 |

This is a first in what will be a series looking at co-working spaces in Brooklyn.

The Yard is 1 floor, 93 units, and 15,000 square feet of amazing. It’s amazing considering it was a “disaster” according to co-founder Morris … Read More

The Evolution of a Creative Entrepreneur-Persons of Interest

July 2013 |

Do you need previous experience to make your vision happen? While it’s great to have when embarking on a new venture, in the right circumstances, it’s only secondary. For Steve Marks it wasn’t so much about experience as it was … Read More

Create Your Own Brand with Matt Southerland

July 2013 |

At Persons of Interest (Carroll Gardens location) we met Matt Southerland. The very first barber Steve hired, Matt was born in Sheepshead Bay and has been in the barber business since he was 18.

 Hella motivated Matt has … Read More

Risking It All for All the Beauty of It

June 2013 |

Creating something out of nothing is scary. What do you risk and how much? Don’t ask Katie Chang owner of the Williamsburg beauty boutique Miomia. She’s comfortable with risk. She quit her corporate job, moved to Brooklyn and opened Miomia … Read More

Push Culture Meets Art in Billy Burg

June 2013 |

Bustin Boards is a fixture in the New York City push culture. And they’re growing. When we first met the longboarding company some years ago they only had the one store on Grand Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Now … Read More

Creatives Anonymous

June 2013 |

Creatives Anonymous Help for Creatives and Those Who Love Them

Making money, building your empire can be daunting work so who wants to come home to another set of problems? To avoid that it’s best if you create relationships that … Read More

The Evolution of a Creative Entrepreneur -Hickies

June 2013 |

Kickstarter goal of $25,000 met in 3 days. Campaign goes on to net almost $135,000 more for a total of $160,000.

Who says no to that? As it turns out investors, factories, and retailers.

As entrepreneurs … Read More

Evolution of a Creative Entrepreneur- Brooklyn Kolache Co.

May 2013 |

NYC, and by extension Brooklyn had it all-except for one thing. “I’m originally from Austin, Texas. I moved to NYC in 2004,” said Autumn Stanford. During that move this Texas-born gal gained a city and lost a familiar food- the … Read More

How the Williamsburg Seamster Comes Out on Top

May 2013 |

Brands are not reserved for companies with expensive ad campaigns and Super Bowl commercials. With a unique take in an established industry perhaps nobody can demonstrate that better than Nayantara Banerjee aka The Williamsburg Seamster. You’ve read about her in Refinery … Read More

Ayaba’s Breathing Easy in Park Slope

May 2013 |

While new businesses are a bundle of joy the growing pains are undeniable. At this time in a business’s life span it’s even more necessary to be resourceful and take advantage of every asset a small business owner … Read More