We’re always selling. All of us, all the time. That’s how Joey Himelfarb sees it.
Architect Kirsten Thoft will speak at a July 25 at a Princeton Chamber of Commerce event on the value of pursuing energy efficient homebuilding techniques.
For librarian Kelsey Ockert, the catchphrase, “Just Google it,” may be a bit misleading. The popular search engine is indeed the quickest way to obtain information about anyone or anything you want to know; however, when it’s fully utilized, Google can be even more pervasive and revealing.
A law signed by Gov. Phil Murphy in July will ask you for state sales and use taxes on top of hotel occupancy fees on short-term property rentals.
The information is piling up. While pundits may argue justifiably that the swell of cyberstuff has netted us little more actual truth, none can deny that this sea of...
Ed Han, an author, technical recruiter, and instructor at the Princeton Adult School, has become a master at using the business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn over the years.
Taking steps to protect your brain will be the focus of “Sourcing Health Locally,” a forum co-sponsored by the Suppers Programs and the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey.
Ask Oscar Moreno what it takes for a small business owner to succeed, and he’ll tell you, “It’s all about the hustle.” And the hustle is all about making sure people know your business exists.
Dennis Kilfeather, an accountant and supervisor at Lear & Pannepacker, will present “Show Me the Money: Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Best Practices” on September 24, at the Nassau Club of Princeton.
To help business owners make better decisions, Joseph Lamberti will present a workshop titled “Digital Marketing & Social Media Intro for Small Business” at the Bordentown Library.