A just released, nationwide survey ranked Louisville as fifth friendliest city in the country for small businesses.
The San Francisco based company recently set up a permanent shop in Butchertown after having a pop-up shop in the area during Derby season for the past 2 years.
Time is running out for back-to-school shopping. Consider shopping your Louisville locals for unique finds this new school year.
Taste Fine Wines and Bourbons offers great prices, quality drinks and a cool atmosphere.
Today we profile Lotsa Pasta, a local business around for 30 years next month, and one that the family that owns it is very proud of.
Today we profile Louisville Trivia, and it's owner Scott Gibson who began his local business in 2010.
The first in a series of profiles showcasing Louisville businesses and entrepreneurs. This week we focus on New2Lou, an organization determined to help people from outside of Louisville feel like they've lived here their whole lives.
Crowdfunding (sometimes called crowd financing or micro-financing) is a new and growing method for small businesses and entrepreneurs to raise funding. Instead of the traditional approach of seeking a bank loan, individuals can connect with friends, colleagues and others through social media to seek capital.
Since the beginning of the current national administration, Louisville has lost 4,429 of these businesses, representing a loss in business receipts of nearly one-half-billion dollars.
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Forty three years of locally owned neighborhood bowling ends May 23.