Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| December 10, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest  New EmbroidMe Franchise Opens in Barboursville, West Virginia With nearly 400 retail locations, EmbroidMe provides full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products and gifts to both the private and commercial segments of the business community. For more information on MedHub Leverages HIPAA Compliant Colocation from […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| November 26, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest  GSC team places 6th in free enterprise competition Access North Georgia The Sewing Company, or SewCo, will be a non-profit sewing cooperative targeting unemployed or under-employed individuals who would like to become entrepreneurs. The GSC SIFE team has developed a two-part plan targeting women with young children who may … […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| November 19, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest Yarn sale: Crafters Gallery has 30 percent off all items through November 24 This division of Mary Maxim is more focused on crafts such as knitting, crochet, sewing, quilting and paper crafts The Port Huron store is still open for business and offers weekly sales. Mary Maxim Retail Store is […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| November 12, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest  Ministry aids women from wartorn places – News-Leader.com The Refugee Sewing Society is a nonprofit business as well as a Christian ministry serving some 30-50 legally resettled women from war-torn countries such as Somalia, Congo, Sudan, Bhutan, Iraq and Ethiopia. These women have all endured genocidal regimes. YBPW names Miller […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| September 30, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest Kiva’s Intercontinental Ballistic Microfinance – DirectionsMag.com With the launch of Kiva, people like you and me now have the ability to make a micro-loan (as little as $25) to a farmer in Uganda, a retail shop owner in Peru, a person starting a sewing business in Mongolia, or thousands of […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| September 16, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest My Home-Based Sewing Business – Associated Content I have run my own small sewing business from home for more than a decade. The flexible nature of my work has given me time to take care of a family while exercising my technical and creative skills. I offer my experience in […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| September 3, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest Sew hot: Mark Wahlberg eyes new clothing line, reality series – The Business Journal Actor Mark Wahlberg has plans to further expand his business empire with a new clothing line and a fitness business, according to a report. Another story out this week has Wahlberg plotting a reality TV show […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| August 26, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest AzCa Embroidery, Inc., a contract embroidery small business based in Tempe, Arizona, has invented a – PR-USA.net AzCa Embroidery, Inc., a contract embroidery small business based in Tempe, Arizona, has invented an innovative new marketing tool: the Take-A-Card Cap. The Take-A-Card Cap is a cap with a discreet elastic pocket […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| July 29, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest New EmbroidMe Ownership in Boise – PR.com “My background and experience prepared me to take the leap into business ownership,” said Jacobi, who will manage EmbroidMe Boise along with his son, Garrick. With nearly 400 retail locations, EmbroidMe provides full-service custom embroidery and Women In Business: 20 Years of Teaching […]

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest

| June 11, 2011

Sewing Business News Weekly Digest Five Ways Business Owners Cope With Rising Costs – BusinessWeek If you build it, cook it, sew it, ship it, or import it, chances are your cost of business has spiked over the past two years. Even Internet entrepreneurs are feeling the sting of a weak dollar. “As we expand […]