April 17, 2021


How Franchising Aides In Small-Business Owner Support During Covid-19

Devin Haman is the CEO and Co-Founder of Beverly Hills Rejuvenation Center, the nation’s leading medical spa franchise.

The past year has not been a prosperous time for many businesses all over the world due to Covid-19. The global pandemic has changed the dynamics of almost every industry, but its impacts have not been proportionate. Large enterprises were better able to adapt and survive through the major impacts posed by the pandemic, but the brunt of the financial fallout has landed on small- and medium-sized businesses.

The problems being faced by small-business owners during these testing times are

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Kansas City neighborhood pushing back as business owner tries to bring back troubled bar

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Columbus Park business owner is trying to revamp the image of The North End bar, but some people in the neighborhood don’t want it to come back.

“It was just a loud party all over the street, in the parking lot, in the bar and people peeing on my doorstep,” Dan Wayne, a Columbus Park resident said.

Wayne said the loud noise and vulgar activity is at a halt right now, since the previous owner closed the bar after his liquor license wasn’t renewed due to ongoing ordinance violations.

But now Wayne and other people

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Land Cooperation Strategy to Offer Attractive Profits to Land Owners

Land Cooperation: Here’s a Strategy to Offer Attractive Profits to Land Owners In land cooperation, the land owner gets 2 benefits. First, he gets the price of the land and secondly he gets a share of the profits from the project profits. Therefore, if the land is to be worked on into a project with a land cooperation pattern, the first step that must be taken is to determine the price of the land.

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Apart from calculating project costs, land price fixing is also useful for determining the amount of land owner rights.

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Business owner in Philadelphia’s Kensington section says drugs, crime are hurting bottom line

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The closing of SEPTA’s Somerset Station in Philadelphia’s Kensington section is taking its toll on business owners.

Just days after the big announcement, the owner of Bob’s Check Cashing on Kensington Avenue says he has witnessed an increase in crime and drug dealing directly in front of his doors.

“It’s infested with people doing heroin right on our corner going down to Allegheny Avenue,” Andrew Flitter said. “We just can’t get rid of these people shooting up in front of the store.”

Flitter has owned Bob’s Check Cashing in Kensington for 34 years. His business is across

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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on free-agent spending

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, whose team went on a free-agent splurge that broke the NFL record for guaranteed money spent on signings, described the aggressive approach as strategic.

“It’s like investing in the stock market,” Kraft said, according to the “Football Morning In America” column. “You take advantage of corrections and inefficiencies in the market when you can, and that’s what we did here. We’ll see. Nothing is guaranteed, and I’m very cognizant of that. But we’re not in the business to be in business. We’re in this business to win.”

Kraft purchased the

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Dave Portnoy saved Jersey pizza business following lockdown slowdown, says restaurant owner

Gabriella Ottaiano said the blessings of Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy changed her pizza business in northern New Jersey after the fallout from the pandemic put the family business on its heels.

On Jan. 15, Portnoy came through Calabria Restaurant & Pizzeria to chow down on its crunchy thin pizza for the 1,000th review his famed Barstool Pizza Review.

Ottaiano said Portnoy rated the pizza 8.9, and her life has

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