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Narragansett, RIindependentri.com

Local businesses wary of return to virus restrictions

This year’s summer season touted as an escape from COVID is bringing a boomerang effect as concerns arise about a potential resurgence of the virus. The Delta variant is more than a prediction, it now a statistic. For instance, New York Times tracking data shows Rhode Island having an overall...
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Taking Your Business to the Next Level

Think about the next level of success you want for your business. Do you want to grow? Expand? Diversify?. Take a step back and think about where you are now and what it would take to get there. This blog post will help guide you through some important steps in taking your business to the next level, no matter what that may be.
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Societythebristolcable.org

Listen: Bristol Unpacked with the Master of the Merchant Venturers, on whether they are an all powerful elite club, or just charitable business people

Subscribe to the Cable newsletter below and on Spotify and Apple Podcasts to get the latest from Bristol Unpacked. The Society of Merchant Venturers often gets talked about in conspiratorial tones. Forced into the limelight by the toppling of Colston, the Merchants have come under greater scrutiny for past and present practises. According to the Society, they are opening up more to the public, confronting their history and diversifying their membership. They say that far from controlling the city they are just successful professionals who donate time, skills and money to worthy causes. But along with relatively low profile members, they also count some of the city’s biggest corporate big-whigs, controversial bosses, Conservative Party donors and a leading climate change denier. Why does the Society still exist and what are the roles it plays in the city today?
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What Can You Build With WordPress?

CEO of WPRiders. World-class programming put to work for small to mid-sized businesses, startups and nonprofits. In today’s world, having a business and no website is like trying to drive a car with no engine. Sure, you can reach your destination if you get out and push your car, but wouldn’t it be a lot easier if you just had the engine in the first place?
Economytimebulletin.com

SMEBIZZ Vision Is Entrepreneur’s Business Growth – SMEBIZZ Business Networking Star Club Member Meeting- 24th July 2021 at Hotel Radisson, Gurgaon

SMEBIZZ Has Organised Premium SMEBIZZ Business Networking Star Club Member Meeting on 24th july2021 at Hotel Radisson,Gurgaon. SMEBIZZ Business Networking Star Club Member Meeting Organised Inwhich Many Entrepreneurs From Across India participated for business growth, promotion of trade and business with the aim of Business Expansion with connecting and business networking with each other to grow business.
Reno County, KSHutchinson News

Business people

The Reno County Commission recognized Reno County Sheriff Deputy Shelly Rasor and Capt. Levi Blumanhourst last week for their efforts in providing aid to a man who collapsed at the Reno County Courthouse the week before. Rasor began CPR on the man who had no pulse. Blumanhourst retrieved an AED,...
Soquel, CASanta Cruz Sentinel

Letter | Soquel business owners burned by Koenig

I can see how the painting of curbs, red, in front of the antique stores in Soquel Village could upset those business owners. Almost to a business, they all supported Manu Koenig in his run for supervisor. Indeed, they all had Koenig for Supervisor signs in front of their businesses.
Petoskey, MIWolverine State Watch

Petoskey Rotary Club Celebrates 100 Years

Rotary clubs across the country have had an impact on their communities for the years to come. The Petoskey Rotary Club is celebrating its 100th anniversary and successes this year. With over 100 members, they have worked on numerous projects to improve the area. They meet every Wednesday at Stafford’s...
Sarasota, FLHerald Tribune

BUSINESS PEOPLE: Icard Merrill attorneys named Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Seven attorneys from Icard Merrill, in Sarasota, have been selected to the list of 2021 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Super Lawyers is a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice, attaining a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Cobb, GAMarietta Daily Journal

GDOT Commissioner speaks to business group at Vinings Bank

Vinings Bank recently held an event with the Georgia Department of Transportation at the bank's Alpharetta branch at 5960 North Point Parkway. The event was attended by a group of over 65 Cobb, Fulton and DeKalb business people. GDOT Commissioner Russell McMurry spoke on a variety of subjects. One topic...
EconomyArkansas Online

Business people

• Tara Pandher has been named a treasury management specialist by Generations Bank in Bentonville. Pandher is a graduate of Allentown Business School formerly of Center Valley, Pa. • Mickey Belle Shields is the new marketing director of CS Bank. Shields will oversee all aspects of the bank's marketing, advertising,...
Economycompsmag.com

Financial: Donnie Cox, Regent Bank | business people

With a weekly newsletter looking back at local history. Regent Bank is a Member FDIC & Equal Housing Lender. “Having held positions from teller to management allows me the opportunity to meet and exceed customer needs in most all facets of banking,” Cox said.“Regent Bank is well positioned to help family owned businesses and larger companies succeed in many markets, and I look forward to serving the financial needs of Regent’s existing and new clients, as well as the communities we serve.”
Owensboro, KYOwensboro Messenger-Inquirer

Business Hall of Fame nominations due Friday

If there’s someone you want to nominate for Junior Achievement of West Kentucky’s 2022 class in its Owensboro Business Hall of Fame, you’d better hurry. Nominations must be turned in by 5 p.m. on Friday. Forms are available at westky.ja.org/events/index. Inductees will be chosen by a committee based on lifetime...
Food & Drinkskdlg.org

Life Kit: How To Host A Dinner Party

And finally today, over-the-top characters both onstage and behind the scenes, hair-raising acts, lots and lots of animals. What else could we be talking about but the circus - or at least the circus known as the greatest show on earth, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. That show, once a must-see part of just about every American childhood, came to an abrupt end in May 2017, when the owners made the decision to shut it down, a consequence of changing tastes and values. But that end belies just how big a part of American entertainment and, in fact, life the circus once was, a history Les Standiford recounts in his entertaining and at times shocking new book, "Battle For The Big Top: P.T. Barnum, James Bailey, John Ringling, And The Death-Defying Saga Of The American Circus." Standiford says before national sports, TV and movies came to dominate pop culture, the circus was a quintessential American pastime.
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