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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...
South Dakota’s economy is slowly beginning to recover from the COVID-19 recession, and there are actually many reasons for businesses to be excited for the future. That was the message shared by panelists who participated in a virtual business luncheon hosted by the Vermillion Chamber & Development...
The more friction there is within a process, the longer the process takes. Additionally, the more complex a process is the more decisions that are required to be made. These are wise words from the founder of real estate firm We Buy Property in Kentucky, Luke Smith....
If you are doing marketing you probably know the term PPC Specialist. If you want to start your career in the marketing field, you should consider trying PPC campaigns and start your new career. In this article, we will look into what PPC is, how to start...
“Starting a new business amidst the pandemic can be tough, but it's certainly not impossible. Challenging times such as these offer aspiring business owners the opportunity to start a business with less competition for resources. Also, it's best to remember that positive and negative changes bring about...
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)...
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...
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...
The business events industry doesn’t exist. At least, not in the eyes of the government. At an estimated value of £30bn, there is no denying the industry’s significance, only that’s exactly what the government and media are doing.  From BBC reports on struggling small-business...
There are a lot of advantages for small businesses who decide to outsource to IT companies, says Joshua Cadman, Managing Director at Techspire Solutions. A small business, especially in a start-up situation, has to focus. Outsourcing your IT services allows you to bring all...
Making our customers feel safe during the transition into the new normal is imperative, and an area where we have placed a large focus, muses Greg Gillman, Chief Revenue Officer of MuteSix. In today's economy, companies are looking for security, as well as targeted, turnkey strategies to...
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.