Jeanette Mulvey

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CONTENT

About Jeanette

Jeanette has been writing about and for small businesses for her entire career. She is a business journalist who has covered industries ranging from small-town hardware stores to big city fashion designers. In addition to her work as a journalist and editor at sites like Business News Daily and Business.com, she has run multiple small businesses and understands the everyday challenges small business owners face. Her hope is that CO— content is clear, helpful and inspiring.

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Interview with NFL Referee Sarah Thomas

In this installment of "5 Business Lessons Learned," U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark interviews NFL referee Sarah Thomas.

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Business Lessons from Hallmark Christmas Movies

From struggling Christmas tree farms to bakeries on the brink of closure, the challenges felt by the small businesses that lie at the heart of these movies can offer business lessons to all.

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Interview with Smithsonian's Kirk Johnson

In this installment of "5 Business Lessons Learned," U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Suzanne Clark interviews Kirk Johnson, Executive Director of the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History.

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Interview With Co-Founders of Podium

The Utah-based company helps businesses manage customer interactions and has experienced explosive growth of its own.

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Secrets From Successful Startups

These tips from the leaders and spokespeople of six successful startups offer insight on what it takes to turn a business idea into a reality.

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At Okabashi Brands, Sustainability Has Double Meaning

The Buford, Georgia-based shoe maker drives sales and profitability by blending style and responsible manufacturing practices.

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Merchology Reinvents Gear Business by Betting on Brands, ECommerce

The Minnetonka, Minn.-based company is helping businesses buy better promo products by reinventing the advertising specialty industry.