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Think Like an Entrepreneur

Originally posted – Feb issue/2012 Cliff Michaels is a writer, speaker, strategist and entrepreneur. For more than 20 years, he has built companies in real estate, technology, publishing and consulting. He also is the former president and a board member of the...

An Allied Force

Originally posted – March issue/2012 David Cotter has worked for trade associations for nearly 30 years, holding various positions at five different associations. He was named executive director (now CEO) of the Textile Care Allied Trades Association (TCATA) in...

It’s the Economy, Stupid!

Originally posted – Sept issue/2012 An Interview with Leading Economic Forecaster Alan Beaulieu One of the country’s most informed economists, Alan Beaulieu is a principal at ITR Economics, where he serves as president. Since 1990, he has been consulting...

Designing Woman

Originally posted – Oct 24, 2014 Deborah Burnett is an award-winning, internationally recognized registered interior designer, lighting practitioner, keynote presenter and author. Over her 30-year professional career, Burnett – a principal and partner in the...

What’s Next for Utilities?

Originally posted – Dec 09, 2014 The Energy Information Administration, which is part of the U.S. Department of Energy, is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System responsible for collecting, analyzing and disseminating energy information to...

Jack of All Trades

Originally posted – July issue/2012 Illinois Entrepreneur Adds 24-Hour Laundromat to a Varied Business Mix For many, the career path to coin laundry ownership is a long and winding one, with several detours along the way – but perhaps none more so than the...

Diversifying His Portfolio

Originally posted – April issue/2012 Entrepreneur Adds Two Self-Service Laundries to a Mix of Business Ventures Clearly, Kwah Wai Pang likes to stay busy. With a background that includes general management, administration, computing operations, programming, and...

Not the Retiring Sort

Originally posted – Oct issue/2012 New Hampshire Couple Builds New Self-Service Laundry, Buys Existing Store Scott and Penny Williams first broke ground on Speedy Wash n’ Go in Alton, N.H., last November. However, the couple’s self-service laundry...
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