Author Emily Miller

Where is the Fitness Industry Headed? 6 Trends of 2018

  We packed our bags and headed to Washington, DC last week – in part to visit some our awesome business partners like Les DeSales and Stable DC – but also to attend the Boutique Fitness Summit. This solutions-focused conference… Continue Reading →

Nift Neighborhood Spotlight: Federal Hill, Providence

  Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the United States, but it’s home to hundreds of great locally-owned businesses. In Providence, you’ll find world-class dining combined with small-town charm. Federal Hill, best known for its restaurants, cobblestone squares and iconic… Continue Reading →

8 Boston Snow Day Activities

  The kids are back in school after the holidays and you can finally take a little break from keeping them busy all the time, right? Well, not if there’s a snow day. When winter hits Boston, it hits us… Continue Reading →

An Interview with Craft Beer Cellar – Fenway

  Tucked behind Fenway Park is a row of small businesses, from barber shops to clothing stores and award-winning restaurants. One year ago, these didn’t exist. Today, the area is teeming with professionals out on lunch break, students going out… Continue Reading →

An Interview with Tony C’s in Fenway

  We call Fenway our home – we’re headquartered in The Hatch at the Landmark Center – and we’re proud to be a part of this neighborhood. Over the past few years, the landscape has changed, making Fenway not just… Continue Reading →

Meet the Owner: City Feed & Supply

  You can’t miss the bright blue “Buy Fresh Buy Local” sign, or rather, wall outside of City Feed & Supply in Jamaica Plain. This sentiment isn’t limited to City Feed, with their fresh produce, local craft beer and homemade… Continue Reading →

An Interview with Chill on Park

  Chill on Park, an ice cream shop and cafe in Dorchester, is focused on community. Established in 2015, Chill on Park hires local teens, working closely with neighborhood organizations. We caught up with the owner, Wendy Issokson, who filled us in… Continue Reading →

6 Boston Spots to Watch the Patriots’ Game

  Not lucky enough to score tickets to see the Patriots in Foxboro? Rest assured, we’ve rounded up the best spots to catch the game in the Boston area. Pull up a chair, grab a bite and some beer, and… Continue Reading →

Introducing Our Newest Local Business Partners

  This month, many local businesses joined the Nift network as a way to thank their customers while supporting their local neighborhoods. From acupuncture to Mexican food, from dance schools to skin care, Nift works with a wide variety of… Continue Reading →

An Interview with Quinstance

  When we first met the owner of Quinstance, Erin Sandler, she had just opened her store in Burlington, MA. More than a year later, her business is thriving and her mission of selling handmade American or fair-trade goods is just… Continue Reading →

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