Like many small local businesses, Cream City Hostel is facing challenges during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Shorewood's Community Development Authority (CDA) has teamed up with the Shorewood Business Improvement District to create an emergency fund to help local businesses meet their short-term financial needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MobCraft obtained a winery license in 2018, and has announced that it will create a wine delivery business called Agave Wine Company that will sell its own house-made wines as well as the wines of local partners.
Much has been written already about workers in the gig economy, as well as employees of the service industry. The economic shutdown from coronavirus has been nothing short of devastating for so many Milwaukeeans, and it will get worse before it gets better. I reached out to three Milwaukee business owners I know to see where things stand during this unprecedented time of crisis.
Making big things happen for small businesses is one of the goals of Brew City Match, which is helping to change the economic landscape in several Milwaukee neighborhoods, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Papyrus & Charms is a part of a new collective of Milwaukee innovators called The Bronzeville Collective MKE, located at 339 W. North Ave. in the heart of the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District.
From 32nd to 60th Street, there are more than 75 small businesses located along Center Street and on Saturday, June 30, the Center Street Marketplace Business Improvement District (BID) 39, is inviting all of Milwaukee to come and visit.
For 17 years, Mary Ellen Hoffmann has owned and operated a Maid Brigade cleaning service franchise in Milwaukee.
Who goes to a store just to buy pens? Or scuba flippers? Or lamp shades? These are questions we might ask ourselves while driving by some Milwaukee specialty shops.
There is an informal service industry in Milwaukee made up of landscapers who go door to door, offering up their services at a discount as a way to make a living. During the winter, many of the landscapers go door to door with shovels, hoping to make a few dollars clearing snow and ice.
For his latest book - "For Love and Money: Portraits of Wisconsin Family Business" - photographer Carl Corey, had one criteria: Wisconsin family-owned businesses in existence a minimum of 50 years. Like Corey's previous book, "Tavern League: Portraits of Wisconsin Bars," "For Love and Money" relies on images to tell a powerful story of the state.
Regardless of the impact of the Affordable Care Act, the members of the board of directors of the Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) are remarkably bullish about their prospects for 2013.
Business owners, call an audible and treat yourself by attending the Waukesha County Chamber of Commerce Top 10 Small Businesses of the Year Awards Luncheon on Thursday.
Let's take a time out from the political heat surrounding the health care reforms recently signed into law by President Barack Obama for a moment and instead take an objective look at one aspect of the real-world impact of the bill.
The BizTech Conference & Expo is the Wisconsin's largest business-to-business trade show.