Stories in future editions of the Southern Oregon Business Journal.
I’m always working on stories. Sometimes they complete quickly, and I can include them right away. Other times the stories take time to develop.
Over the next couple of months I will have stories on the following:
Greg Walden Retires
In October of 2019, Greg announced that he would not run for reelection in 2020.
Ashland Independent Film Festival Reboots and goes 100% online
When the state shut down all mass gatherings, the film festival had to pivot to survive. I have the inside story on the process and outcomes of moving an intimate festival online.
Jackson County Fair gets cancelled due to COVID-19 but the Junior Livestock Auction still happens.
Over $1 Million raised in 6 days with a virtual auction using software developed by my team at Project A.
Mixed Use Development in Klamath Falls
I’ll do a deep dive on Klamath Falls and focus on TimberMill Shores, a 50 acre mixed-use development with lots for sale and development.
Seeds from China
I received 3 different orders of seeds (that I didn’t order) from China. Why and what do I do with the seeds?
When the lockdown started, I bought a 3D printer to learn how to make PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) to donate to the hospital.
Wave Accounting vs Quickbooks
I use both and I’ll compare the two. Wave is FREE and as a small business owner that is the greatest feature, but what does that mean?
How to build a podcast for your business
Podcasting is a great way to market your business or brand. I’ll walk you through the basics.
How to build an eCommerce website using WordPress and WooCommerce
One way to pivot is to move your items online for direct to consumer sales. I’ll show you the step by step process.
If there are articles that you would like to see, let me know at jim@SouthernOregonBusiness.com