The rise of strip malls in Edmond

Over the past few decades, a trend on the rise of strip malls in commercial real estate and retail has emerged. Cities across the country have seen an increase in the development, restructuring, and rise of open-air shopping centers conveniently located close to grocery stores and other retailers that specialize in higher-frequency replenishment goods and…

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Co-working spaces offer unique options

Creating a sense of community for freelancers, solo-preneurs, or start-up businesses is nearly impossible when working from your table or local coffee shop. Co-working spaces are filling that need. Edmond’s five unique co-working spaces are creating both community and networking opportunities for business owners and remote employees.  The Collective was Oklahoma City’s first female-only working…

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Francis Tuttle innovating for businesses at new campus

Hammers banging. Welders buzzing. Saws screaming. Engines humming. Mortar slopping. Those are the sights and sounds off Danforth Road, just west of I-35, where Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s new Danforth campus is taking shape. “We are moving along nicely on the construction. So far we are not behind, which is pretty phenomenal for a construction…

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Restaurants in Edmond eagerly add streatery dining

Streateries help businesses safely institute social distancing practices.
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Dolci Paradiso offers delicious treats

The store offers something for everyone in the family, from baked goods, to gelato, to coffee.
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Pass liability protections for small businesses

Things that fall outside of a business owner’s control pose an imminent vulnerability to lawsuits.
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From the Publisher

Tim Priebe

Good news brings hope

By Tim Priebe October 6, 2020

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