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How to Become a Wedding Bartender

Did you know that 67% of Americans enjoy when couples serve alcohol at their wedding receptions? As a result, there’s a solid demand for wedding

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43 Memorable Home Cake Business Names

Starting a home-based cake business is an exciting venture, but one of the crucial steps is coming up with a memorable name that reflects your

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How Much Money Does Insurance Save Me?

Insurance provides more than just a safety net of coverage for your business. It can help you book more events, increase your customer base, and

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What Sells The Most On Food Trucks

What Sells The Most On Food Trucks: Top 13 Most Sellable Food Items As one of the fastest-growing parts of the food industry, food trucks

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How Good Food Makes a Strong Community

The University of Oxford explored the correlation between communal eating and personal well-being, including happiness, friend circles, community connection, and overall life satisfaction. The verdict?

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Creating a Permaculture Market Garden

A permaculture market garden is where permaculture principles are applied to grow a diverse range of crops meant to be sold in local markets. Unlike

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Developing a Community-Focused Business

Every business owner is connected to a community, whether a business-to-business (B2B) company works with specific industries or a plumber helps homeowners restore their water