Regina Schrambling

Regina Schrambling is a writer in New York City.

How Startup Weekend Got Its Start
Starting a Business

How Startup Weekend Got Its Start

This crash course for would-be entrepreneurs is hard-core.
A New Yorker Finds Success Teaching People to Make Pizza
Starting a Business

A New Yorker Finds Success Teaching People to Make Pizza

Mark Bello perfected the pizza, then built a business teaching pizza-crazed New Yorkers how to do it themselves.
Get a Whiff of These Walls
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Get a Whiff of These Walls

Scratch-and-sniff wallpaper is just the beginning for Jon Sherman's fantastically eccentric company, Flavor Paper.
A Retail Spin on the Food-Truck Model
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A Retail Spin on the Food-Truck Model

A new fleet of entrepreneurs are creating their own spin on the food-truck model some with seriously cool mobile retail.
Restaurants vs Mobile Kitchens
Starting a Business

Restaurants vs Mobile Kitchens

Can mobile kitchens and brick-and-mortar restaurants share a meal?

Tweet vs. Tweet

Two authors face off on the merits of microblogging.
Starting a Business

Why Now is the Time to Open a Restaurant

Rents are dropping, talented chefs are up for grabs and, most important, smarter diners are looking for value, not glitz.