By David Hammer The Times-Picayune The three-year roller-coaster ride of the blighted Gentilly Woods Shopping Center site has come down to this: The New Orleans Redevelopment Authority thinks the shopping center is worth $400,000 more than Wal-Mart does
Grow Gentilly, a new business competition created by Capital One Bank to help Gentilly-area businesses grow, has seen its first set of of winners.
NEW ORLEANS, LA — This week, the City’s Office of Economic Development will host another series of Business Information Sessions featuring information, resources and opportunities helpful for business owners and entrepreneurs.
Courtesy of Foundation for Louisiana Did you know that November 26th is Small Business Saturday? Did you know that small businesses are a big part of Louisiana’s economy, employing more than half of the state’s workforce?
By Stacey Mitchell New Rules Project August 17, 2011 The results of a new study suggest that the key to reversing the long-term trend of stagnating incomes in the U.S. lies in nurturing small, locally owned businesses and limiting further expansion and market consolidation by large corporations.
The JuJu Bag is a locally-owned cafe and barber salon, located at the intersection of Franklin and Filmore Avenues, directly across the street from the Milne’s Boys Home.
The doctors at Gentilly Vision Source have been committed to providing quality eye care for a range of patients from newborns to seniors using the latest technology in products and diagnostic treatment.
Mike’s Hardware has been serving the needs of New Orleans residents for nearly thirty years. Since opening in 1981, the LaFleur family has grown the business by offering old fashioned personalized service along with a broad selection of products and services at competitive prices.
Noyo Designs is the label of native New Orleanian and artist Ayo Scott. Noyo is a collection of unique art designs printed on an assortment of urban apparel.
Jennifer Larino New Orleans CityBusiness Published November 3, 2011 Rouses Markets has purchased the entire Lake Oak Shopping Center in Gentilly midway through the remodel of its Franklin Avenue store, which anchors the center.
By Brett Anderson The Times-Picayune Published October 21, 2011 The word “munch” informs what transpires at the Munch Factory in ways that do not end with its appearance on the restaurant’s menu and sign. To owners Jordan and Alexis Ruiz, munch is something like a guiding principle.