Grass-Fed Beef Producer Revives Old Business Model and Creates New Jobs

  • Posted by Ashley Panter
  • On March 1, 2018
Will Harris’s day starts much like his father’s and his grandfather’s and his great-grandfather’s did: with his boots planted firmly in the same fresh-smelling, fertile soil of his ancestral farm in Early County, Georgia. Like a cherished family tradition, the natural cattle-raising method Harris follows at White Oak Pastures resembles that practiced a hundred years […]
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Business Survival in Tough Times

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On March 16, 2015
Being successful in business is tough–always. However, when the economy slumps and stays down for a period of time, many business owners’ thoughts turn from being successful to merely surviving. The successful owners do more than just think about it…they act! Businesses that were founded in the early 1990s cruised along for ten years or […]
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Customer Service is Easy Money

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On February 9, 2015
It’s gone! It has disappeared! It doesn’t exist anymore! “It” is customer service, or just plain service. Calling it nonexistent is a little bit of stretch, because there are still some companies that do practice this art, but there are a lot fewer than there used to be. That’s sad for two reasons: Lack of […]
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To Grow or Not to Grow…

  • Posted by Marketing Intern
  • On January 30, 2015
Starting a business is a tough challenge, but there is a tougher one – growing that business successfully. In the company’s beginning, you are doing most of the work, you make the decisions, and you have more control. Starting a business indeed requires long hours and lots of sacrifices, but growing the business is another […]
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