In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Minuteman Press in Ocoee held a golf tournament benefiting the Dana Farber Cancer Institute in conjunction with The Jimmy Fund. They raised over $13,000 in donations.
OCOEE, Fla. – Ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Monday, September 28th, Paul Roy’s Minuteman Press franchise in Ocoee, Florida held their second annual charity golf tournament to benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Research Institute in conjunction with The Jimmy Fund. According to Roy, the golf tournament was a rousing success, raising three times more than last year’s event with more than $13,000 in donations.
How Local Business Service Providers Can Help Mentor Budding Entrepreneurs
In your community, new business owners are putting their greatest energies into the fruition of their dreams to become successful entrepreneurs – and they are ready to put their trust and loyalty in you if you’re able to help facilitate that. The U.S. Census Bureau Statistics of U.S. Business tells us that approximately 543,000 new businesses gets started each month, and all of them are potential customers for motivated business service industry professionals. You are in a great position if your products and services can help them get off to a winning start in business and your lasting support will prove to be invaluable. These intrepid new professionals will learn that their reputations and new business profits can be assured or damaged by the nature of their B2B purchase choices. For this reason, new business owners have as much (if not more) emotional investment in their B2B relationships than do typical consumers. The emotional intensity and sheer determination to see their new businesses succeed make them ideal new customers for resident business service industry professionals who are eager to help.
Local Business Mentors with Helpful Solutions
Minuteman Press franchise owners Connie and Darryal Chandler were honored to be selected as finalists for the Lone Star College Small Business of the Year Award for the second year in a row! Award nominees were selected based on leadership, entrepreneurial spirit, business growth and contributions to the community.
HUMBLE, Texas – Minuteman Press franchisees Connie and Darryal Chandler were selected as one of three finalists for the Lone Star College Business of the Year Award. On November 19, Connie and Darryal were among the guests of honor in attendance at the Lone Star College 29th Annual Small Business Awards dinner for the Kingwood area. Their Minuteman Press franchise in Humble was one of three small businesses that were celebrated for making a positive impact in the community.
Mike Rodzianko served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He then worked in Russia for over a decade assisting with the enforcement of nuclear arms treaties, where he met his wife Oksana. When it was time for Mike to return home, he and Oksana built a new life in Manassas, Virginia, where they have owned and operated their Minuteman Press franchise for two years.
MANASSAS, Va. – It has been a long road for U.S. Air Force Veteran Mike Rodzianko and his wife Oksana. The couple first met in Moscow where Mike was working as a government contractor after serving 22 years in the Air Force. As a retired Lieutenant Colonel who could speak Russian, Rodzianko was tasked with helping the Russian Federation on compliance with nuclear arms treaties. He lived in Russia for over a decade, when suddenly it was time to come home. “We had our apartment in Moscow,” he says, “but then it came time to leave. The Russian government pulled my Work Visa, and that was that.”
5 Networking Tips You Can Use to Work the Room in the Right Way
Whether you’re an extrovert or not, don’t get trapped into thinking social media networking is enough to make your business network grow. Much in the same way that unique printed business cards, physically handed to an actual person, make more of an impact than an email, face-to-face networking is the foundation of gaining referrals. So, if you wish to grow your business, meeting with fellow entrepreneurs at business events is absolutely necessary and all it takes is a few hours on occasion and some advice from experienced voices. It is possible that you may actually wind up deciding it’s enjoyable.