Oficio, which opened last month, caters to start-up entrepreneurs who don’t necessarily have the means to commit to a long-term lease.
Creating a thriving business in this sour economy is a tall order, but one local man has combined technology and ambition into a business plan that is showing promise after only a matter of months.
BaconFreak.com actually has roots in the wine business.
Laura Silverthorn is the founder of Mother Ink, they make temporary tattoos for expectant mothers.
In the six years since that first garage tinkering, Lasher has built Lasher Sport, crafting custom wheelchairs and handcycles that can roll on sandy beaches, ski on snowy mountaintops and careen terrifyingly fast down the slopes of the Swiss Alps.
There is no snooze button.
New to the scooter business, Doug Vitello and Gary Parr worked hard to meet their customers’ needs.
Kavanaugh devised a way to add electronic “pickups” — similar to the magnets in an electric guitar, which catch the vibrations of the strings and transmit them to the amplifier — to a banjo, punching holes in the instrument’s tensioned drumhead.
In 2001, Johnny Earle dropped out of music college after just two weeks.
With digital music, vinyl records were declared dead.