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How Small Shops Economize by Sharing Space

A smart storefront and the right location are vital in retailing, but commercial real estate in eye-catching urban corridors can be expensive and hard to find. Add to this a tough economy, and many startup retailers find themselves bunking up both to economize and build their businesses. Retail space sharing isn’t new. Big-box stores began […]

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How to Be Small and Scrappy — and Win

How to Be Small and Scrappy — and Win When you’re up against some of the biggest competitors in the industry, you need to learn to play the game differently. How to compete with a giant and win We’re a start-up struggling to gain traction against a few major industry players. They have well-developed systems […]

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Why You Should Invest In Design

It makes commercial sense. We could have chosen to print a big picture of a mighty oak tree and the symbolism of a tiny little acorn. Or we could have written some really lovely things, using fluffy words and clever language. There’s a good chance that would have persuaded you that design is worth investing […]

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ANOTHER LEARNED LESSON

PROJECT SB AND FD360 present “Another Learned Lesson” Spelling Bee competition in an effort to promote education to elementary school kids in the inner city. April 21, 2012. Find out more about Project SB through their facebook page. FD360 Supports community events!

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Let’s Dance Photo

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Merrill Lynch Bull

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Sunset

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NY Building

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