Cleaning and disinfecting restaurant surfaces is a constant challenge under normal circumstances. COVID-19 has created a greater awareness of hygiene for everyone. Limited contact and social distancing will be the norm for the foreseeable future, even as retailers and restaurants open again. Restaurants resuming dine-in operations will need to place a priority on the safety of both guests and staff. This is
Google recently released even more tools for the small business owner to increase their presence online. There is a lot more to that sidebar than address and phone number. These seminars are a chance for you to learn more about SEO for free in Evansville.
Every year in October, historic Franklin Street in Evansville, Indiana transforms from a bustling west side business district to a teeming smorgasbord of food booths and rides. The West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, now in its 96th year, attracts people from all over the Tri-State for food and fun. What was conceived in 1921 as a one-day street fair has evolved
If you are curious about what it takes to launch a new business, you won’t want to miss this event. To date, over 210,000 entrepreneurs in 135 countries have participated in a Startup Weekend. These events have been the starting point for many different types of businesses, including some in the Evansville area.
In order to serve its 11-county area, Albion Fellows Bacon Center needed a new website. The old website had out-of-date and hard-to-update information and was very difficult to read on a smartphone.
HCADA asked Lieberman Technologies to bring an outdoor, public WiFi network to the Arts District. With our three access-point setup, signals in the fountain area allow thousands of visitors, as well as neighborhood residents, to connect to the public WiFi network – for free.
Startup Weekend Evansville is part of a global network of events where people come and pitch a business idea on Friday night, work and sweat and learn all weekend, and Sunday night pitch the business plan. There is a panel of judges made up of local business and community leaders that pick the top three pitches. The winners get a variety of
When a business owner wants to discuss disaster recovery, it’s because they realize that their data is important, and keeping their business operational is important. If that business owner isn’t actively responding to a disaster at that moment, I change the conversation to business continuity. Here is why…
Sometimes opportunity presents itself during a time of devastation. Such was the case in 1982, when Randy and Cathy Nicely found themselves pitching in to help the Evansville area clean up after a devastating windstorm. Two chainsaws, a pickup truck, and a friend, combined with a strong work ethic, led the Nicelys to discover a niche to fill in the Tri-State and Randy’s
In a metro area like the Tri-State, there always seems to be something going on. The big events you’re likely well aware of – from the Shriner’s Fest to the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival, the defining events of our city are firmly entrenched and well-advertised. But what about other events that may not have an advertising budget? Or smaller, day-to-day
This event is an institution for the Greater Evansville chapter of the American Advertising Federation, of which Lieberman Technologies is proud to be a member. For this year’s ceremony and banquet, however, we knew the event needed an experience that matched the impressive quality of this year’s entrants.
If you live in or around Evansville…here’s a fact that you may find interesting — it was 20 years ago this month (December 1994) that Evansville Online was launched. For the great and vast majority of people living on the planet, the Internet (or the Web) simply didn’t exist in 1994. Back then, how we use the Internet today would have sounded
On August 6, 2014, Verizon Wireless sent out a message to their customers in area code 812 regarding a new area code. Here’s the message I received: This created a lot of confusion. I even saw a few Facebook posts where folks were wondering if this was a joke. A couple of days later, Verizon Wireless sent out a followup message: You may have
More than 50 million people in America struggle to put food on the table, and one in six faces hunger. In Evansville, the Evansville Emergency Food Pantry Consortium (EEFPC) works to alleviate some of this hunger through the member food pantries. The Need of the EEFPC Keeping track of the various recipients of food pantry offerings, however, is a daunting task. In
The anatomy of a great idea has at its genesis a lot of enthusiasm and maybe a little bit of expertise or practical knowledge. Often an idea is all someone has, and they need the help of others to get that idea off the ground. Startup Weekend exists to help connect the enthusiasm of a great idea with the knowledge and expertise needed