Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Business Spotlight

Runway Looks Are Custom Made for the Tznius-Conscious Customer

Love runway couture but think you can’t get the look to fit your lifestyle? Monsey’s Euro Design Couture (300 Saddle River Road) features red carpet, 7th Avenue New York designer fashions customized to the needs of every consumer, no matter her style, age, body type or standard of tznius. With distinctive selections

Englewood Bootery: Lisa Katz Knows Shoes, Customers

Giving children shoes that fit is an art, not a science, says Lisa Katz, owner of Englewood Bootery. Katz knows shoes and makes it her business to know her customers. Comfort is their number one priority.

A good fit starts with establishing a rapport with her

Frisch Audiology Provides Personal Attention for Hearing Assessment and Correction

Getting a hearing aid is a very different experience from getting glasses, with more emotional baggage and requiring more fine-tuning over time. Vision correction is also sometimes viewed as less of a stigma than hearing correction. For these and other reasons, people often choose to consult an independent audiologist rather than

Jerusalem Design Innovates Israeli Interior Design

When purchasing something from afar, whether a mobile phone on Amazon, a printer cartridge on Ebay, or a shirt on Gap, the biggest fear that consumers face is that what they order is not actually what they want. The days between paying for the item and its arrival can be difficult, with the anxiety and

EZ-DAF: Enhanced Tzedakah With Donor-Advised Funds

Contributing to charity (tzedakah) is fundamental to Jewish life. Most donations are done as cash or checkbook contributions, sometimes in a mad scramble at the end of the year. Infrequently, donors contribute securities; non-financial assets, such as real estate or fine art; or even interests in private companies. Thus tzedakah can take

Your Main Asset Is Your Health: Living a Healthy Life, Free From the Diet-Binge Cycle

I was an accomplished attorney, wife, mother of five children, involved community activist, and PTA president, and seemingly happy in all my roles. On the inside, it was another story entirely.

I felt terrible about myself and ashamed that I could be “so together” in all other areas of my life, but

Service With a Smile

Standing on line at Dunkin Donuts the same familiar faces stand behind the counter waiting to serve the customers each day. One would think that the workers would be stressed over the indecision of some customers once they have reached their turn to order, the screaming children who decide that they need chocolate sprinkles

HydroChic Has Got You Covered for Swimwear

Women of all ages, sizes, backgrounds and ethnicities who seek swimwear with more coverage, whether for religious or modesty or other reasons, know the name HydroChic (hydrochic.com). An extremely popular product line, their wide variety of stylish separates with UV protection, designed for sport and

Chef Stuart Reichman Takes Helm at Bumbleberry

Teaneck—Bumbleberry Frozen Yogurt is under new management. Stuart Reichman is a chef by training and has more than 30 years of cooking experience in restaurants large and small, has engaged in industrial culinary work and developed products in his own home. Teaneck kosher gastronomes will remember that Reichman was chef

From Banking to Flowers: Grateful for Every Single Client

Teaneck—In 2004, Mark Kirschenbaum left a 25-year career in international banking to purchase a fledgling wholesale and retail floral business and renamed it Roses by Mark. While there have been bumps along the road, he has built up the business with an eye for freshness and quality. He arranges for pre-Shabbos and Yom Tov home

MBA Matchmakers: InsideIL Connects Business Students With Israeli Internships

It’s no secret that business moguls such as Warren Buffett and Bill Gates are heavily invested in Israel. Technology leaders such as Intel, Microsoft, and Apple selected the Jewish state—which is nicknamed the “start-up nation”—for their first research facilities outside the US. As such, Israel has become a fertile

Hampel is Toast of Bergenfield’s Kosher Wine Country

Bergenfield—It’s not too often that wine salesmen know so much about kosher wine that they can cheerfully discuss the unique biographical details of well-known Jewish vintners like Rashi, who lived 1,000 years ago, as well as share concern that wines that bear his great and historically significant name are so