Small-business owners recognize that they not only add value but are a driving force behind the popularity of this quirky city.
“We feel it is a conflict of interest for one city entity to sponsor a station that promotes a ‘weekly anarchist show’ with what appears to be a very anti-police agenda.”
“How could things have gotten this bad without intervention? How quickly will this situation of fear and crime be turned around?”
“Indigenous heritage is not just important for its cultural value: It offers solutions to some of the biggest problems we face as a society today.”
There are thousands of books containing business advice on topics like brand development, marketing, startup funding and networking. But less frequently addressed are the psychological and emotional impacts of being a business owner. That’s where Jane Carter, who holds dual professions as a therapist and a business coach, comes in. She guides her clients through […]
A report by construction industry website Construction Coverage found that 52% of Asheville workers — roughly 90,000 people — are employed by a small business. Plus, local business openings and accolades.
“Curtailing these basic rights in the name of keeping us all safe is a precedent we set at our own peril.”
“I understand that we’re not supposed to stand in the way of progress, but is a downtown that serves tourists at the expense of residents the progress we want? When is enough enough?”
At its Feb. 16 “We’re for Business” luncheon, the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of various awards — from Clean Streak to Charlotte Street computers, from “innovative” to “over the top” with customer service.