Dave’s Sweet Tooth

22 Jun, 2017
Economic Gardening researchers used GIS, market research and SEO tools to help Dave’s Sweet Tooth identify new customers and distribution channels.

SolScapes LLC

3 Apr, 2017
SolScapes’ CEO Iviana Stewart credits Economic Gardening for helping her double annual revenue in 2016 and add 17 new jobs.

SCJ Alliance

23 Mar, 2017
After completing its Economic Gardening engagement, SCJ Alliance in Lacey, Washington, opened a new office that is adding jobs and could bolster annual revenue by close to $1 million.

Waitr Inc.

23 Mar, 2017
“Economic Gardening has played an integral part in the development of our growth strategy,” said Waitr CEO Chris Meaux. “It gave us experienced people to guide us through the engagement — ...

Washington Vision Therapy Center

23 Mar, 2017
“The Economic Gardening program was perfect timing for us,” said Dr. Benjamin Winters. “The researchers were able to come in and provide information to help us make some critical decisions.”

Calls Plus

20 Jan, 2017
Louisiana’s statewide Economic Gardening program helped Calls Plus (legally registered as New Orleans Teleport Inc.) increase annual revenue more than 60 percent within a year of its engagement.

Kilwins Chocolates and Ice Cream

20 Dec, 2016
When it comes to expansion, less is more for Kilwins Chocolates and Ice Cream Inc.

Don O’Dwyer of Raven Bay Services

12 Jul, 2016
Don O’Dwyer has been involved in other roundtables, but prefers the PeerSpectives format. One reason is the focus on inquiry. “Now I use this technique in all my conversations, whether it’s ...

Jeff Schwegman of AB BioTechnologies

12 Jul, 2016
“PeerSpectives has been a huge help,” says Jeff Schwegman. “I’m a scientist by training, and the roundtable has given me a lot more confidence in running a business. It’s great to ...

Jackie Mortell of Smart Solutions Inc.

6 Jul, 2016
“The issues we choose are urgent for the individual, but also for broad use,” says Jackie Mortell. “Even if I haven’t experienced the challenge being presented, it’s something I might ...