Investing To Be Invested In

Ryan O'Neil | 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

 

Jennifer had a dream. A dream to one day grow her small floral company into a full-service event business and then continue to grow to a point where..

Filed under: Efficiency, Corporate Cate, Established Ed

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Introducing Curate

Ryan ONeil | 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Catering and Floral Software (Stemcounter and MeasuringSpoon) Join Forces to Create Robust Platform for Event Professionals

Filed under: Stemcounter.com, The Business of Flowers, curate, catering, rentals

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Trading Food Fads for Food Trends in the Catering Business

Ryan ONeil | 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

Sliders. Sriracha. Matcha. Mini desserts. Flower flavors. Coconut. The list of food fads over the years can go on and on. The truth is, however, that..

Filed under: curate, catering

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Four Tips for Creating A Custom Catering Menu

Ryan ONeil | 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

The events industry is all about creating a custom, one-of-a-kind experience to make the client's dreams come true. Everything from the music to the..

Filed under: curate, Established Ed, small business sally, catering

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Increasing Employee Capacity via Technology

Ryan ONeil | 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

The robots are taking our jobs! Or, are they?

These days, as the use of artificial intelligence increases, it is common to hear concerns about losing..

Filed under: Efficiency, curate, Corporate Cate, Startup Sally, Established Ed, small business sally

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How To Say You Have A Minimum

Ryan O'Neil | 09, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you've weighed the different factors and determined that your company should have a minimum, it's time to figure out how to tell potential clients..

Filed under: Tips, Efficiency, Corporate Cate, Startup Sally, Established Ed

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Should you have a minimum?

Ryan O'Neil | 03, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last week we looked at four keys to moving up market and discussed how one of the biggest things we changed when moving from many intimate events to..

Filed under: Tips, Efficiency, Corporate Cate, Startup Sally, Established Ed

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Four Keys To Moving Up Market

Ryan O'Neil | 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

When my wife, Rachael, and I first started our St. Louis floral shop, Twisted Willow, it was hard to imagine that we would one day land five-figure..

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Pricing What You're Worth

Ryan O'Neil | 06, 2018 | 2 Comments

It's 2018 and every week the team at Curate (that’s our new name! We’re the stemcounter team!) is talking with event professionals across the globe who..

Filed under: Tips, Large Shop Lauren, Studio Shelly, Manager Mary, Floralpreneur Felicity

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9 Event Professionals to Follow On Instagram

Ryan ONeil | 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

The craziness of Valentine's Day is officially over and things are starting to feel as though they're back to normal. As you recover from the..

Filed under: Large Shop Lauren, Studio Shelly, Manager Mary, Floralpreneur Felicity, tip

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