Emily Lund 

Managing Editor


Why an Experienced Entrepreneur Is Taking His Chances on a Pate Cat Food Cutter

Matthew Grisafe is no stranger to starting a and running a successful business. On September 11, 2001 (yes, that September 11), he launched his first company—an audiovisual programming company that services high-end residences and business wanting customized AV systems. Despite a shaky start, Grisafe has grown his business into one of the top AV programming companies in the … [Read more...]

Pros and Cons of a Cashless Business: An Infographic

Have you ever walked into a mom and pop store hoping to get a fresh cup of coffee or even a breakfast sandwich but realized that they only accept cash? Instead of just effortlessly swiping your card, you now have to find the nearest ATM to withdraw money just so you can purchase the quick breakfast you've been craving all morning. As your withdrawing money, you start to wonder … [Read more...]

An Interview with Fiona Dai of CouponBirds

For this Businessing Magazine feature interview, we talked with Fiona Dai, Account Manager at CouponBirds, a company that provides visitors to their website with coupon codes. CouponBirds was launched in 2015, with a mission to provide users with real-time and effective coupon codes, and also boost sales for their merchant partners. The company has an aggressive goal to occupy … [Read more...]

Does Business Expansion Always Mean Opening New Locations? Not According to this San Diego Replacement Window Company Owner

Choosing whether or not to expand your small business is always a big decision. It can be risky, but if the risk pays off, it can mean higher revenues and more profit for your small business. For one small replacement window company, BM Windows in San Diego, expanding their business looked a little different than they had originally anticipated. For many years, BM Windows … [Read more...]

Thinking of Expanding Your Service Business to a Second Location? Follow the Lead of This Bay Area Replacement Window Company

Opening a second location can be a big commitment! There is so much that typically goes into it—finding the right location, hiring more staff, updating all of your marketing materials, and more—and if the new location doesn’t take off, it can be a huge waste of time and money. One Bay Area replacement window company was recently faced with this dilemma: they wanted to expand … [Read more...]

The Personal Touch: How an Alpine, Utah Day Spa Owner Created a Company that Caters to the Needs of Each Client

Businessing Magazine recently connected with entrepreneur Joy Nicolls, who owns and operates SpaVITA, a day spa in the town of Alpine, Utah. Joy is one of those lucky entrepreneurs who gets to do what she loves every day—make her clients look and feel their best! She is ten years into her entrepreneurial journey and has learned a lot about her craft as an esthetician, as … [Read more...]

How One San Diego Audiovisual Company Is Helping Create a New Type of Entertainment Venue

Just about everyone loves to be catered to. Some have the means (the money) to enjoy it more often than others, but at one time or another, we all want the chance to enjoy the luxurious lifestyle—even if it’s only for a night. One luxury entertainment venue company, The Lot, is capitalizing on this desire by creating high-end entertainment destinations in cities throughout … [Read more...]

Want to Promote Your Business Book Where the Business Owners Are?

Have you written a book on some aspect of business or entrepreneurship? Are you looking for a reputable place to promote your business book? Businessing Magazine is an ideal location for authors of business books to get the word out about their latest books on a high-traffic, relevant website. Your target audience is our readership! Our site regularly reaches more than … [Read more...]

Is Manufacturing Dead in the United States? Not According to This Ceramic Hybrid Bearing Manufacturer

If you watch the news or listen to political candidates talk, you could probably make the assumption that manufacturing in the United States was all but dead. While it’s true that manufacturing has not seen the growth that other countries like China or India have seen, manufacturing is still alive and well in the United States. According to this article published in July … [Read more...]

10 Financial Questions to Ask Your Potential Business Partner

Entering a new business partnership can be as frightening as it is exhilarating —especially if it’s your first venture into entrepreneurship. As most entrepreneurs and business owners know, the creative, big-picture ideas are often where the passion lies. On the flip side, the finances can be a bit of a dreadful subject. However, having those tough conversations about money … [Read more...]