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Jay Hancock, Kaiser Health News August 25, 2020 In a business driven by profit, vaccines have a problem. They’re not very profitable — at least not without government subsidies. Pharma companies favor expensive medicines that must be taken repeatedly and generate revenue for years...
Businesses registering under GST can opt for Aadhaar authentication, in absence of which registration would be granted only after physical verification of the place of business. In a notification, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) said...
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Building the right partnerships can increase growth velocity for early stage businesses. One brand we work with at Anvyl has experienced exponential growth during the pandemic, due in part by heavy collaboration with it’s partnership base. To learn more, I...
At 5 Borough Bagels in Clive, workers wear masks while they steam milk for lattes. Blue tape shows customers where to stand while they order. Owners Sarah and Toney Chem say there’s no room for people to sit at a safe distance inside, so they’ve set up a few...
COVID-19 is wreaking havoc to all businesses across the globe Mrs. Akofa Dakwa, Executive Head, Risk Management & Financial Markets & Risk Management Expert, Bank of Africa has noted that there are a number of measures that businesses, especially small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs)...
You’ve had a great business idea, you’ve already developed your target customer and determined the size of your market, and now you need to figure out how to reach your clients. You need to get there fast — if you drag your feet, you’ll fail to gain momentum while...
Alaska’s unemployment rate improved in May from the month before, but it still remained historically high at 12.6%, even as shoppers and diners slowly returned to businesses following the COVID-19 shutdown. For Daniel Greenhalgh, the owner of Skinny Raven Sports in Anchorage, it was...
Since many small business owners and their employees are currently working remotely, it’s the perfect time for entrepreneurs to focus on activities that can be completed from anywhere. Whether you’re trying to improve team communication or market your business, these tips from members of the online small...
by Eric J. Shelton, Mississippi TodayMay 19, 2020 As barbershops, clothing stores, parks, gyms and other small businesses begin to reopen, the threat of the coronavirus pandemic remains for many.  “Have you been sick, and have you been around anyone who...
As 2020 began, the U.S. business tax system was ill-suited to the nation’s economic challenges. After the excessive tax cuts of 2017, the U.S. corporate tax raised only one-third as much revenue, relative to gross domestic product (GDP), as those of U.S. trading partners in 2018 and 2019....
by Bobby Harrison, Mississippi TodayMay 13, 2020 The Mississippi Legislature committed $300 million of the $1.25 billion in federal coronavirus relief funds the state has received to small businesses that have been impacted by the pandemic.
When small business closures, due to Covid-19, seemed to be inevitable by mid-March, leaders of several North Shore business associations knew they had to come together to help local businesses stay afloat. After several meetings, the four associations — the Gold Coast Business Association, Glen Cove Chamber...