Business Chronicle | Business
DBC: Daryl Hively: Marketing ideas for the summer slump
It's that time of year when vendors and employees take much needed time off and business may slow a little. While sales may slow at this time of year, business owners can capitalize on this relatively quiet time by introducing a new marketing strategy, social media campaign, event, product, or by launching a retargeting campaign.
DBC: What's open, what's closed
DBC: Samuel Burke: Business liability for workplace injuries
DBC: Herbert Austin: National Small Business Week starts April 30
April 30 begins a week-long celebration to honor the pillars of our economy, the American entrepreneur and small business owner.
What's Open, What's Closed
Noles General Store is moving to a booth space at Antique Gallery in Lewisville after operating at 315 W. Hickory St. for almost six years. Christye Price, the store's buyer, said the business wanted to downsize and take away the daily commitment of running the shop. Move-out is set for the end of March.
Bills where you can cut a better deal
The word “bills” used to be synonymous with “fixed expenses.” But there’s nothing fixed about many of the bills a typical household pays today.
DBC: Pricing out the prom
Bossenbroek said juniors and seniors can sell cookie dough to pay for their $65 ticket and students who don’t have funds for formalwear can borrow dresses she keeps in her classroom. “We just want to make sure the prom is for everyone and that as many kids as possible can attend,” she said.
Scott Alagood: Some property exempt from seizure
Heather Steele: Set expectations for your marketing firm
Calendar of Events
Denton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce holds its monthly lead generator luncheon the second Tuesday of the month.