Neil Carrol of Nickel City Graphics on growing along with his business

Business is good at Nickel City Graphics, the Buffalo-based digital content studio founded by Neil Carroll in 2008. Carroll ran a solo enterprise focusing on video content for a long time. But he recently started to consciously grow his business, with four employees now and plans to add more. Local clients now include ACV Auctions, Uniland and Columbus McKinnon. Nickel City Graphics operates from office suites at 599 Delaware Ave. Carroll spoke to Business First recently about the twin processes… Continue reading at 'Silicon Valley Business Journal'

[ Silicon Valley Business Journal | 2019-07-13 11:55:00 UTC ]
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Busy Busy Busy: Books Urge, Slow Down

Tethered to our smartphones, over-scheduled, spiritually and physically fatigued--all symptoms of a society gone crazy busy. Is running from work to school to church to practice to home and back again really the best way to live? A crop of new books says no. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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