posted Jeff Zarling on 30 June 2017
Foreign trade has been a hot topic since then candidate Trump made it a key talking point in his campaign for President. Foreign trade is also a key component of the North Dakota economy as the state exported $3.95 billion in 2016.
posted Jeff Zarling on 19 June 2017
To know David Hill is to know him as Bubba. Bubba is a gregarious, fun-loving man. He’s also a ‘get-to-the-point’ business man who likes to seize opportunities when he sees them. In 2008, he pulled the trigger on the purchase of the Village Laundry and Wash House that provided wash and fold as well as coin-operated laundry services.
posted Jeff Zarling on 2 June 2017
Looking for opportunities to improve in your business? Then you should attend 1 Million Cups, whether you drink coffee or not. 1 Million Cups, 1MC, was developed by the Kauffman foundation to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs with their communities. The program is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee.
posted Jeff Zarling on 19 May 2017
KLE Construction is a heavy civil contractor focused on site work and underground construction such as utilities and pipelines that was founded in 2010 by Kari Everett. To understand how a woman started and grew a successful business in the male-dominated heavy civil construction industry, you have to look back at her formidable years.
posted Jeff Zarling on 1 May 2017
Many of the entrepreneurs and business leaders I know feed themselves a steady diet of books and other information as a source of inspiration and continuous improvement to better themselves and their organizations. I myself am continuously reading, or listening to, business books, magazines, and other such sources.
posted Jeff Zarling on 20 April 2017
In May of 2015, Little Muddy Gifts opened its doors in the heart of downtown Williston on the corner of Main Street and Broadway. Owner Dana Johnson desired to meet what the community has long defined as a deep need for more retail options in the area.
posted Jeff Zarling on 10 April 2017
Mayor Howard Klug recently signed a proclamation declaring Saturday, June 17, 2017 as Lemonade Day in Williston, North Dakota. The gesture highlights and reinforces the importance of entrepreneurship in the community.
posted Jeff Zarling on 27 March 2017
Chances are you have seen the Palmer Bit sign sitting proudly atop a small shop in the southwest corner of 26th Street and 2nd Avenue West in Williston. Although it would be easy to assume they make or sell bits for the oil and gas industry, the company manufactures drill bits for the water well, geothermal and mining industries.