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Archive for June, 2014

Allegra: Strong Enough to Outweigh the Challenges 

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Equipped with the latest in print and mailing technologies, Allegra offers high-quality marketing materials for small and medium-sized businesses. With in-house graphic design, advanced printing services, and mailing capabilities, Allegra helps businesses meet their marketing goals. Locally-owned and operated by Greg Houlton, Allegra also has a location in Elkhart, Ind. Eight years ago, Houlton sold [...]

Light Rail Cafe & Roaster: Serving Classics with a Twist

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Their day at Light Rail Cafe & Roaster starts at 5:30 a.m., preparing cookies, scones, muffins, oatmeal bars, cinnamon rolls, donuts, bagel bombs, and loaves of bread before the cafe opens at 7 a.m. Operating Managers Joel and Katie Squires didn’t originally set out for careers in the culinary arts, but they sure caught on [...]

Three Crowns Coffee Brews Urban Experience in Warsaw

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If it weren’t for the smell of fresh coffee, you’d probably feel like you were in an urban cigar lounge rather than a coffee shop in small town Warsaw. The mocha leather couches, shelves lined with books, and high-class decor gives the immediate impression of elevated experience the moment you walk in the door at [...]

iOS Users Represent a Greater Opportunity to Mobile Commerce Industry

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According to a survey by The Yankee Group and compiled by Business Insider Intelligence, iOS users spend nearly double what Android users spend in similar mobile proximity transactions. What does that mean for companies that provide mobile payment processing? Well, iOS users represent a greater business opportunity. The survey found that iOS users’ transactions average [...]

Apple’s Touch ID Will Make These 5 Apps More Awesome

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Last year’s iPhone 5s introduced Apple’s Touch ID. Up to now, the fingerprint identification technology has only been useful for unlocking phones and purchasing items from the App Store. But at this year’s WWDC keynote, Apple Software SVP Craig Federighi unveiled Touch ID API, which made the technology available for third-party apps. Read more about [...]

You’re Not a Leader if No one is Following You

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You’re not a leader if no one is following you. But you can’t force people to walk in your footsteps. The ability to have followers is dependent upon who you are as a person. Your character, style, and integrity all contribute to attracting followers. People won’t follow to enable your own agenda—they follow because of [...]

 The Lake House Brings a Bit of Cali to Small-town Indiana

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Paddle boarding, kayaking, water skiing, longboarding and much more have become staples of the Winona Lake summer culture, thanks in part to the Lake House. Jake England, born and raised in Winona Lake, started the trendy shop in October 2010, after a ten-year hiatus from the quaint small town in northern Indiana. Because Winona Lake [...]

Apple Wants iPhones to Replace Your Wallet

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Last year’s iPhone 5s introduced Apple’s Touch ID. Up to now, the fingerprint identification technology has only been useful for unlocking phones and purchasing items from the App Store. But at Monday’s WWDC keynote, Apple Software SVP Craig Federighi hinted at big plans for Touch ID as a payment method. As part of the iOS [...]