April 2014

Outside the Vines: Binding Partnerships

Many people enjoy curling up with a good book (or maybe an e-reader nowadays). Independently owned bookstores, like many local businesses, have had to find ways to keep people flipping pages despite e... more

Lead the Way to Success

As I pointed out in last month's L&GR column, the business climate is far stronger today than it's been over the past few years when we've been forced to deal with the repercussions of a weak econ... more

5 Ways to Be Positively Pinteresting

When you think of Pinterest, you might picture wedding planning and meal ideas. But Pinterest is so much more! For independent retailers, it's fast becoming the place for you to shine while becoming a... more

Southern Style

Despite an abnormally rough winter across the South, weather had no effect on how well these garden centers showcased their products.

The Zoom Effect

Learn how to use the zoom effect to avoid confusing customers.

Tennis Tips

Last month, my buddy Dave escaped Chicago and headed southwest to visit us for a few days in Phoenix. Some time by the pool, plenty of sun and a few sets of tennis were just what he needed to remedy t... more

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