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Insights Career Consulting advises job seekers, small businesses

Mike Mathia’s new company isn’t a staffing agency, but it’s all about getting and keeping people in jobs.

Over five years, Wichita website design firm’s client list keeps growing

Casandra Bryan hopes potential clients don’t mistake youthful exuberance for inexperience.

Massage an added service at Luxury Nails & Spa

It was a pedicure customer of Thao Nguyen’s who suggested that she might not be fully utilizing her nimble hands.

Cheri's Bakery’s digital system makes cover of Bake magazine

Cheri Kovacic knew her Cheri’s Bakery likely would wind up in the November issue of Bake Magazine, but she wasn’t prepared for what she found in her mailbox late last week.

From pizza pans to doggie doors, Carlson Products makes it with metal

As he tries to grow Carlson Products’ business, new president and CEO Austin Peterson can look to the company’s history for inspiration.

Reverie Coffee Roasters building wholesale business, walk-in traffic

The owners of Reverie Coffee Roasters quickly discovered that opening at the leisurely hour of 10 a.m. – like many retailers – wasn’t going to work.

BuyerWire for tech-savvy Realtors, homebuyers

BuyerWire isn't for every real estate agent and homebuyer – just those who are tech-savvy and want to do business with similarly minded folks.

PostNet franchise keeps couple grounded

The flight attendant told the guy she didn’t date pilots.

Financial adviser finds benefits of being female in a male-dominated field

There weren’t many female financial advisers when Karen Fleming got into the business 31 years ago.

Small business spotlight: Walrus & Carpenter Productions

Laura Scholl is betting there’s a market for new versions of “Alice in Wonderland.” In fact, she moved to Wichita to prove it.

Farris Wheel candy store a sweet ride

After careers in other sectors of the food business, Ed and Angie Farha have found their sweetest job yet.

Father of four followed his own dad into painting business

It isn’t unusual to find a couple of Nathan Brumbelow’s sons with him on the job. His second job, that is.

Trendy Tots resale shop aims to be convenient for families

Garage sales used to be the place where old children’s clothes, toys and other items found new life.

Loyal customers come running back to My Tho

Not many restaurants can shut their doors for a couple of months on a semi-regular basis and expect customers to come running back when they reopen.

Wichita events planned in September, October for entrepreneurs

Two events are planned this fall for area entrepreneurs seeking advice, connections and financing.

Lloyd’s: 50-year-old electronics shop sells components, convenience

Sandy Riekeman is trying to keep everything about her father’s electronics shop alive, from the finch to the houseplants to the very idea of a 50-year-old, family-owned electronics company surviving in the Internet age.

Former law enforcement officer dives into new business opportunities

Tyler Brewer isn't your typical small business owner.

Hardwood floors have been good for ‘Great American’ owner

A musician in his younger days, a flooring company owner since 1985, Larry Bally says there are similarities between the two pursuits.

Selling shaved ice a cool way to give back to neighborhood

Carmond Young can't believe how much selling shaved ice out of a truck has changed her life.

Two auto dealers share same spot in Augusta

Two used car dealers located side by side are better than one.

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