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Jewelry is a family affair with Silver Leaf Gems

By Phil Klutts | January 18, 2022

Downtown Edmond houses a fun and stylish shop that draws customers from all over Oklahoma and beyond. Just off Broadway, at 15 West Campbell Street, sits a little store with a lot of passion and beauty. Silver Leaf Gems is a family business run by mother Diana Pate and sisters Sondra Reid and Stephanie Carel.

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The Classroom Collective provides hybrid homeschooling

By Tim Priebe | January 18, 2022

Amidst a global pandemic, homeschool moms and former public school teachers Robin Storch and Kim Heinecke saw and experienced a growing need among Edmond parents interested in a hybrid form of education for their children. In August 2021, they opened the doors of The Classroom Collective.

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A year’s worth of goals in just 12 weeks

By Phil Klutts | January 11, 2022

January is a chance for new beginnings and goal setting. For most of us, a year is the timeframe in which we measure our personal and business goals, but there are some inherent downsides to planning goals due 12 months from now. The 12 Week Year by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington proposes a new way to approach your thinking toward goals and accomplishments.

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Professional Q&A: Mike Bosley

By Tim Priebe | January 11, 2022

Mike Bosley is the owner and engineer at LLC. I’ve known Mike for over two decades, so I was honored he agreed to be interviewed. Mike has been in the seatbelt industry for years, and I think you’ll enjoy getting to know him.

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Sandler Training offers yearly scholarships

By Jackie Bell | January 4, 2022

Many small businesses make an effort to give back to the community, but not many offer over $90,000 in scholarships each year. Sandler Training of Oklahoma specializes in sales, management, and leadership development. Each year, the Sandler team offers two scholarships: the Brian Land Memorial Young Professional Scholarship and Sandler Training Non-Profit Scholarship.

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Regent Bank and restaurants coming to I-35

By Phil Klutts | January 4, 2022

Construction is ramping up for a new mixed-use development at I-35 and Fox Lake. The site, 851 W. I-35 Service Road, is just north of Buffalo Wild Wings and Sam’s Club. The project broke ground three months ago and will eventually be a three-story, 40,000 sq. ft. building.

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MIDCON celebrates 30 years

By Tim Priebe | January 4, 2022

While the last couple of years may have different percentages, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor, about 20% of businesses don’t make it past their first year, and only about 30% of businesses will survive past their 10th year in business.

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Cybersecurity insurance pays off in advance

By Davis Merrey | January 4, 2022

Our new customer was competing for a contract for nearly $1 million but needed to apply for cybersecurity insurance and attain approval within ten business days.

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EEDA features Edmond businesses

By Sarah Dickson | January 4, 2022

The Edmond Economic Development Authority has an e-newsletter called The Arrow that provides Edmond news and information as well as access to EEDA reports. The e-newsletter also includes a featured Edmond business each month. The featured business portion of The Arrow was created as an outlet for the EEDA to further support and promote the Edmond business community.

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Are we still in a bull market?

By Nick Massey | January 4, 2022

I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sick of all the virus and vaccine talk. People get a little nuts when the subject comes up. Everyone has a strong opinion about it, it’s pretty equally divided, and nobody is changing their mind. It seems that people are really touchy about this subject. This has been true for a while, but it is still true. Everybody needs to chill out a little.

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