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    Long-Time Professionals Reach Out Through Kickstarter to Help Fund Brewing Dream

    By Scott Kelly

    Raising $200,000 in 30 days for a dream project is the goal of four Valley entrepreneurs who have their sights set on re-defining the art of craft beer-making in Arizona. 

    Not a typical brewery like those popping up in other parts of the city, Hop Shop Brewing Company looks to be the first true consumer Brew-On-Premise operation in the greater Phoenix metro area.

    WITI (Women in Technology International), the leading global business organization for women in technology with more than 150,000 members worldwide, announced today its keynote speakers and session topics for its 21st Annual Summit. 


    By Yasmina Dardari

    Local businesses can register at Municipal web page to learn how to bid on government contracts.

    By Michael Coursey, Sr.

    World’s largest service event highlights power of children, teens, and young adults; large-scale volunteering projects to take place in more than 100 countries on April 17-19.

    By David M. Smith

    The Army provided David M. Smith with more fun and interesting experiences and principles than college. Most students in MBA programs nationwide will never have that military experience, which is why he condensed what he learned into 10 essential principles.

    By Home Business Magazine

    A recent University of Phoenix® School of Business survey suggests that many Americans are defined by their careers. 



    Experts from Judge Public Relations and other leading marketing firms are encouraging anyone who has a website to prepare for Google’s April 21 deadline if they haven’t already done so.



    On Working with Family, Finding New Revenue Streams, Launching the Paula Deen Network, and Never Giving Up 

    By Deborah Jeanne Sergeant 

    Southern cooking maven Paula Deen founded her food empire with $200 twenty five years ago. "It was totally illegal," she recalled in her recent interview with Home Business Magazine®. She felt that the commercial kitchen in a poolhall wasn't clean enough, so she started cooking in her home kitchen! Since then, she's built a home with its own commercial kitchen.

    Home Business Magazine also asked her about her tips for success. 

    Caleb Lafferty, an eighth grade student and “self-taught” computer whiz, won $2,200 in start-up capital March 25 after pitching his invention and business plan to a panel of prominent investors. Lafferty was among eight students who presented in the climactic event of the Virginia Peninsula’s Young Entrepreneur’s Academy Program.


    The Largest Service Event in The World

    Now in its 27th year, Global Youth Service Day (April 17-19, 2015) is the largest community service event in the world, and the only event dedicated to celebrating the contributions that young people make to their communities year-round.


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