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    St. Anthony Neighborhood

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    plastic siding houses filled the streets. Trees, shrubs and perennials were immature and skimpy although as a child I didn’t know the difference and loved all the flowers and leaves just the same. It was a neighborhood of only family dwellings, no small businesses intertwined in it. Our backyards were so large so the street was not so much used for play, just mainly auto traffic and bikes. Some people would have bonfires in their driveways that allowed for neighbors to come into a semi-private…

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    Minutes Days If you work for a small business, you’ve most likely heard someone say that they “wear many hats.” Consequently, when new technologies arise it’s a struggle for many small businesses to find someone in the organization to not only learn about it, but to find the time to complete the tasks. Now I’m a firm believer that there is always time to something. If it’s important enough to you, then you’ll find the time. But sometimes if you work for a small business, you are in fact too…

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    struggle to pay their employees $15 an hour but it’s the smaller businesses that will have a hard time paying their workers. In an interview, small business owner Elizabeth Gonzalez explains that if the minimum wage, was to rise she would have to cut down her number of employees working for her because she would lose profit if she doesn’t do so (Garcia). If other small businesses, like Gonzalez’s, are forced to fire some of their workers this reduces job opportunities. However, with unemployment…

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    aim to extend current understanding of small business growth in a transitional economy by concentrating on the sub-group of growing firms in the same dataset. We investigate the impact of the same determinants of growth in the sample of growing firms and also by conducting separate regressions for three main sectors (manufacturing, services and trade) and two size categories (micro and small and medium firms). Testing the impact of the same factors on small growing businesses and controlling for…

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    By now you’ve probably realized that if you want to be in the referral business, you must get into the event business. Why events? They are the quickest, most-powerful way to get people excited and talking about you. If you look at the recording and entertainment industries today, one of the largest profit centers is live events. World tours and back-to-back, sold-out events are the quickest way to generate buzz, word of mouth and sales. You must give your customers a reason to talk about you…

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    Currently, there is a debate that the federal minimum wage should be increased to a livable wage. A livable wage is an amount of money paid to an individual in order to cover basic needs, the livable wage proposal is $15.00 dollars an hour. The Republican Party believes a federal 15-dollar minimum wage will be detrimental to the economy. On the other hand, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, on the Democratic side, says a 15-dollar minimum wage is just the realization of the minimum wage in…

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    Small Business Debt Essay

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    when banks began to limit funding opportunities for small businesses. Today, many entrepreneurs now rely on credit cards or lines of credit when they need funding to resolve small business debt. Although those forms of funding can fill short-term financing gaps, they can also lead to problems when businesses use them to deal with long-standing or recurring small business debt. Fortunately, according to FoxBusiness.com, it is now time for small businesses to think about replacing expensive…

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    In early 2004 Lisa Blech, mother of our group member Alyssa Blech, established her own small business as an interior designer in New Jersey. Her business, Interior Accents, was initiated when the housing market was doing very well and many people had the disposable income to redesign their homes or buy, stage, and sell new properties. Over the four years that she operated her business, the average yearly income was about $52,000 designing for private homes, furniture stores, and realty firms for…

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    already been appearing throughout the city. One issue is that many workers have requested fewer hours in order to keep their government benefits since they would receive too much money. Also, many small businesses have had to permanently close due to the wages implemented. Although this is just in Seattle, small towns definitely would not be able to efficiently deal with a $15 minimum wage if a large city such as Seattle could…

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    Nt1330 Unit 3 Assignment 1

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    INTRODUCTION Midland Insulation Products (MIP) is a Carlow based manufacturing company who specialized in the manufacturing and distribution of insulation products that are employed for building. MIP has implemented Information Systems that handle Manufacturing, Warehousing & Distributions, Finances, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Marketing & Sales, Payroll, Customer Relation Management (CRM) & Human Resources (HR). All MIP servers are hosted, on premise and located in one of the two data…

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