By [SILIVE] About 50% of businesses fail during year No.1 According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), about 50 percent of businesses fail during the first year of operation. “Some people go into business on a wing and a prayer. They don’t really realize they need to have a main financial reserve for certain things,” said Dean Balsamini […]
Victoria Nieto has been working in optometry since she was 15. Fast forward to the present, she’s two years into running her own shop, facing many of the same struggles other entrepreneurs typically face when starting their own business. “It was tough in the beginning, that first year was really rough, I started from scratch,” […]
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Architect and SIBC member Frank Martarella, owner of thinkDESIGN Architecture, has had a great opportunity to collaborate with Daymond John, entrepreneur and star of televisions Shark Tank, on a new project within NYC.
The Staten Island Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is pleased to announce the appointment of James F. Oliva of Richmond Valley as their newly elected President. The Chapter has additionally elected Joseph Loccisano, Frank Martarella, III and Mark Anderson to the positions of Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, respectively.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — While Victoria Rose Nieto, 32, was attending St. Joseph Hill Academy in Grasmere, she worked part-time at Pildes Optical in New Springville. “I would go after work in my Hill uniform, which the patients really got a kick out of,” she said, noting she also worked there after earning a bachelor’s […]