Friday, May 20, 2022

Business Spotlight

Safer Escape: The Ultimate Fire Safety Product

With October being Fire Prevention Month, now is a good time to take stock of the measures you have in place in your home to protect your family in the event of a fire.

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), a fire department responds to


‘Planting the Seeds’

I was just putting the finishing touches on my forthcoming book “Learn from My Experiences” when the phone rang. It was my grandson Donny. A call from a grandchild usually means supporting a school fundraising project. That’s fine; I welcome it. Sure enough…

Donny: “Hi Sabba. How are


One Year Into the Abraham Accords, Steinreich Communications Sees Dramatic Increase in Gulf-Israel Business

Coinciding with the one-year anniversary of the historic Abraham Accords between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, Steinreich Communications Group, Inc. said its regional business has increased nearly 50 %. The firm said the jump in business came from new clients in the travel and tourism, fintech, professional services,


Offit Kurman Deepens Its New York Presence With Addition of Six-Attorney Team

(Courtesy of Offit Kurman) Offit Kurman recently announced an affiliation with the law firm of Snitow Kaminetsky Rosner & Snitow, LLP (SKRS), a high-end litigation and transactional boutique based in New York. Six lawyers from SKRS, led by well-known attorney Franklyn H. Snitow, will be joining the firm. The SKRS lawyers serve


14-Year-Old DJ Nosson Helps Make Your Simcha Memorable

Nosson Feigenbaum is a professional DJ. He’s also 14 years old. But don’t let his age fool you; he’s been playing the drums consistently since age 3 and has developed a serious sense of rhythm and music.

In May 2020, after being unable to celebrate his bar mitzvah because of the


SudShare Expands to New Jersey

Sudshare, an on-demand laundry pickup, cleaning and delivery service, is expanding to New Jersey. SudShare is like Uber, but for laundry. The app connects people who have piles of laundry, but no time, with people who want to turn their washer and dryer into a work-from-home


Capitol Seforim: A Treasure Trove of Seforim At Unbeatable Prices

Just in time for the new school year and the Yomim Tovim, Capitol Seforim announced its grand opening in Passaic, where customers can find a tremendous selection of seforim and books at incredibly discounted prices. The store carries just about anything and everything talmidim could possibly need for their limudei kodesh studies,


Teaneck’s Own ‘Wigs by Shira:’ Pure Hair Happiness

When Shira Golomb first started selling wigs in her mother’s living room in Teaneck just nine years ago, she had no idea what would lie ahead. The 29-year-old mother of three, who currently resides in Pomona, has been blown away by how much her wig business has grown.


Specialty Metals: Turn Your Scrap Into Cash

You may not realize it, but there might be items in your home collecting dust, when instead, you could be collecting cash for them.

Sam Fried of Specialty Metals, Smelters and Refiners, LLC in Fairfield, Connecticut wants to pay you top dollar for precious scrap metal including


Project Ezrah’s Inaugural Job Fair Is a Success

(Courtesy of Project Ezrah) This past Tuesday evening was the Project Ezrah Inaugural Job Fair, and by the overwhelming response, keep your eye out for the next one.

There were 12 presenters with a combined number of over 100 jobs in various sectors, varying in requirements


Raising Money From the Dead

Raising money from the dead—well, it’s like raising money from the dead. Certainly a challenge, but not an insurmountable one. And, no, we do not refer to the days of Mashiach. We are talking about here and now. Truthfully, though, we raise money forthe dead and not from them.


Party Pooper or Prudently Prepared?

Equity investors have witnessed one of the most remarkable bull markets in memory. In the wake of the spreading global pandemic in early 2020, the stock market plummeted in one of the sharpest and most dizzying bear markets in history. Even in the early days of the economic shutdown, market participants were willing to look beyond the steep

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