Business planning services – Kelley PC http://kelleypc.com/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 07:06:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kelleypc.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/cropped-icon-32x32.png Business planning services – Kelley PC http://kelleypc.com/ 32 32 Global Smart Outdoor TV Market Research | 2022 is a booming global business forecast by 2031 https://kelleypc.com/global-smart-outdoor-tv-market-research-2022-is-a-booming-global-business-forecast-by-2031/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 07:06:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/global-smart-outdoor-tv-market-research-2022-is-a-booming-global-business-forecast-by-2031/ Smart Outdoor TV Market Size Smart Outdoor TV Market 2022-2031 Analyzed by Applications of Business Growth Development Factors and Future Prospects | [+Regional Market Share and BPS Analysis] Market.us also works closely with clients to better understand technology, properties, market environment statistics and help them develop innovative and go-to-market strategies. — Market.us NEW YORK CITY, […]]]>

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NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, Nov. 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — This comprehensive analysis of the fastest growing Smart Outdoor TV market provides insights that will help stakeholders identify both opportunities and challenges. The 2022 market could see another big year for Smart Outdoor TV. This report provides an overview of the company’s business and financial condition (company profiles are necessary if you are looking to raise capital or gain investors), recent developments (mergers and acquisitions) and the most recent SWOT analysis. This report focuses on the Smart Outdoor TV market over the assessment period 2031. This report also includes an analysis of the growth of the Smart Outdoor TV market which incorporates Porter’s Five Factor Analysis along with the analysis of the supply chain.

Industry behavior is discussed in detail. It also outlines future direction to help companies and other stakeholders make informed decisions that will ensure strong profits over the next few years. This report will provide a practical overview of the global market and its changing environment to help readers make informed decisions about market projects. This report will focus on growth opportunities that will enable the market to expand its operations in existing markets.

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This report helps both major players and new entrants to analyze the market in depth. This will help key players to decide their business strategy and set goals. This report provides essential market insights including Smart Outdoor TV market size, growth rates and forecast in key regions and countries, and growth opportunities in niche markets.

The Smart Outdoor TV report contains data based on rigorous primary and secondary level research using proven research methods. This report provides comprehensive information which helps in estimating each part of the Smart Outdoor TV market. This report has been created considering several aspects of market research and analysis. These include estimates of market size, market dynamics, company and market best practices. Entry-level marketing strategies, positioning, segmentation, competitive landscape and economic forecasts. Industry-specific technology solutions, roadmap analysis, targeting of key buying criteria and in-depth benchmarking of vendor offerings.

The following major manufacturers are assessed in this report

SunBriteTV
MirageVision
Sera
Platinum
SkyVue
Cinios
Aqualite TV
Peerless AV
Oolaa
Luxury

Global Smart Outdoor TV Market Stats by Types:

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Global Smart Outdoor TV Market Outlook by Applications:

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Some of the major geographies included in this report are:

– North America (the United States and Canada and the rest of North America)

– Europe (Germany, France, Italy and Rest of Europe)

– Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea and Rest of Asia-Pacific)

– LAMEA (Brazil, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and rest of LAMEA)

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American Software Board Approves Quarterly Cash Dividend https://kelleypc.com/american-software-board-approves-quarterly-cash-dividend/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 20:22:01 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/american-software-board-approves-quarterly-cash-dividend/ American Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMSWA) today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share. The dividend is payable to Class A and Class B shareholders of the Company of record at the close of business on February 3, 2023, to be paid on or about February 17, 2023. Logility, […]]]>

American Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMSWA) today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.11 per share. The dividend is payable to Class A and Class B shareholders of the Company of record at the close of business on February 3, 2023, to be paid on or about February 17, 2023.

Logility, the primary operating unit of American Software, provides an innovative technical platform that enables companies to accelerate their digital supply chain transformation from product concept to customer availability through the chain platform Logility® Digital Procurement Platform, a single platform covering Product, Demand, Inventory, Supply, Provisioning, Deployment, Corporate Responsibility (ESG) and Network Optimization aligned with integrated business planning.

Serving customers such as Big Lots, Carter’s, Destination XL, Hostess, Husqvarna Group, Jockey International, Johnson Controls, Parker Hannifin, Red Wing Shoe Company, Spanx, Trident Seafoods Corporation and WEG; our solutions are marketed and sold through a direct sales team as well as an indirect global distribution network of value-added resellers (“VARs”).

Powered by supply chain master data, enabling the automation of critical business processes through the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to a variety of internal and external data streams, the Logility’s comprehensive portfolio delivered in the cloud includes advanced analytics, supply chain visibility, demand, inventory and replenishment planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP), integrated business planning (IBP), supply and inventory optimization, manufacturing planning and scheduling, network design and optimization (NDO), retail merchandise and assortment planning and allocation, product lifecycle management (PLM), supply, supplier quality and compliance and product traceability. For more information about Logility, please visit www.logility.com. Logility is a wholly owned subsidiary and operating entity of American Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMSWA). You can learn more about American Software at www.amsoftware.com, or by calling (404) 364-7615 or emailing kliu@amsoftware.com.

Forward-looking statements

This press release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to substantial risks and uncertainties. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results or performance to differ materially from what is anticipated by the statements made herein. These factors include, but are not limited to, continued economic uncertainty in the United States and globally, and the timing and degree of business resumption; the irregular revenue profile of the Company; dependence on particular market segments or customers; competitive pressures; market acceptance of the Company’s products and services; technological complexity; undetected software errors; potential product liability or warranty claims; risks associated with the development of new products; challenges and risks associated with integrating acquired product lines, companies and services; uncertainty about the viability and effectiveness of strategic alliances; the Company’s ability to meet in a timely manner all filings required by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the requirements of Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the rules and regulations adopted thereunder article ; as well as a number of other risk factors which could affect the future performance of the Company. For more information on the risks to which the Company may be exposed and other information, please see the Company’s current Form 10-K and other reports and documents subsequently filed with the SEC. For more information, contact: Kevin Liu, American Software, Inc., (626) 657-0013 or email kliu@amsoftware.com.

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Attend the Cambridge Meetings November 14-20: Garden Street Walkways; empanadas filling Izzy’s https://kelleypc.com/attend-the-cambridge-meetings-november-14-20-garden-street-walkways-empanadas-filling-izzys/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 05:16:50 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/attend-the-cambridge-meetings-november-14-20-garden-street-walkways-empanadas-filling-izzys/ Rat control and climate zoning municipal Council5:30 p.m. Monday. More resources are being sought for rat control efforts – $586,000 from available money, including $300,000 to maintain and expand Anticimex-made “smart boxes” that lure rats inside and electrocute them above ground and into sewers. The 40-box $50,000 test over six months killed 380 rats. The […]]]>

Rat control and climate zoning

municipal Council5:30 p.m. Monday. More resources are being sought for rat control efforts – $586,000 from available money, including $300,000 to maintain and expand Anticimex-made “smart boxes” that lure rats inside and electrocute them above ground and into sewers. The 40-box $50,000 test over six months killed 380 rats. The rest of the money would go to a rodent control program on private property that had to be repriced after a contractor “stopped responding to [Inspectional Services] applications for applications approved from June”; prices for new offerings were “significantly higher than expected”, the city manager’s office said, but the firm Secured Environments led to the “number of resident-related complaints about the contractor’s services”. [being] greatly reduced. The city also plans to post a job posting for a “liaison rat” next month.

Recommendations from a climate resilience zoning task force have been turned into draft language, shared now with council to begin the process of enactment into city code. The Planning Council is also talking about it on Tuesday, and in a deeply green week for the council, a political decree wants the city to work harder to convert citizens to the Cambridge Community Electricity renewable energy program and a committee on Wednesday plans to implement implement a bill state climate.

Outdoor dining permits end on November 30, but a council motion calls on Cambridge to retain restaurant terraces that were so vital at the height of the Covid pandemic ‘for socializing amid seasonal spikes in cases of Covid and flu [in] a win-win for residents, merchants and the city. The patios have been allowed to remain for the past two winters.

And Garden Street’s traffic problems come up for discussion. Be warned: with the introduction of the topic a week ago, approximately 75 comments were submitted and some 40 residents spoke on the topic, each with two minutes of time; this time, the agenda has nearly 90 comments submitted.

The council meets at City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square. Televised and watchable by Zoom videoconference.


Izzy’s restaurant in the Port district is to be replaced with a Pikalo Empanadas location. (Photo: Marc Levy)

Pikalo Empanadas Fill Izzy Up

licensing board9:30 a.m. Tuesday. The small chain Pikalo Empanadas – with locations in Jamaica Plain, East Boston and Lawrence – plans to open at 169 Harvard St., The Port, replacing Israel Maldonado’s beloved Izzy’s restaurant. The neighborhood staple closed in early 2022 after more than four decades serving Puerto Rican dishes such as goat and plantain stew, as well as subs and steak wedges. Pikalo offers 45 kinds of empanadas, lobster cheese, as well as tostadas, plantains served four ways, burgers and sandwiches, and the owners plan it to be open from 6 a.m. to midnight six days a week, with shorter hours on Sundays, and 30 seats. Meanwhile, the Coda Group is making a move towards opening a restaurant called Gufo next year in the former Loyal Nine space at 660 Cambridge St., East Cambridge. Watchable by Zoom videoconference.

Effects of bus line redesign

school committee6 p.m. Tuesday. Committee members – officially down to five as member Akriti Bhambi declared on November 2 that was her resignation date – advise MBTA as the agency redesigns its regional bus network, suggesting ways to avoid making it harder for students to get to and from school. The committee meets in the Dr. Henrietta S. Attles Meeting Room at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, 459 Broadway, Mid-Cambridge. Televised and viewable online.

Climate resilience zoning

planning board6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The city-appointed Climate Resilience Zoning Task Force delivered its final report in February on how Cambridge can best deal with the consequences of climate change, and a draft zoning was tabled in October. Board members will begin discussing details. Televised and watchable by Zoom videoconference.


Implementation of the climate law

Health & Environment CommitteeWednesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This committee led by Councilwoman Patty Nolan discusses how to act on Massachusetts’ recently passed climate bill, including how the city can implement a ban or restriction on fossil fuels in new construction and how quickly the city can adopt an extensive energy code for buildings. . The committee meets at City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square. Televised and watchable by Zoom videoconference.

Linear Park Redesign Ideas

Public meeting on the redesign of the linear parkWednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Design ideas for the 1985 park update – its path runs between the Alewife Red Line MBTA station and the Somerville town line in North Cambridge – are presented for reaction, questions and comments. Watchable by Zoom videoconference.

Citywide Urban Design Guidelines

Citywide Urban Design Guidelines Community MeetingWednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Landowners, developers and architects should use these guidelines in the design of parks and plazas, buildings and storefronts; Planning Board members and staff will review projects with them; and the city will count when installing new streets, sidewalks and open spaces. The work is presented here. Watchable by Zoom videoconference.


Coffee with a cop

Coffee with a cop8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Friday. Community members can informally meet with police and staff in a neutral location to discuss community issues, answer questions, build relationships and drink great coffee. The event is scheduled for Kendall’s Kitchen at The Quad, 10 Wilson Road, Cambridge Highlands.


Izzy’s Restaurant Feature Image by Christina R. via Yelp

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Veteran wife? Entrepreneur? look at this https://kelleypc.com/veteran-wife-entrepreneur-look-at-this/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 19:05:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/veteran-wife-entrepreneur-look-at-this/ SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) — You signed on the dotted line to defend this nation, you stood with your brothers and sisters in the armed forces, and now you want to start a business as a female veteran. You looked at the statistics. You can bank through USAA, and the military-friendly bank says veterans are 45% […]]]>

SHREVEPORT, La. (KTAL/KMSS) — You signed on the dotted line to defend this nation, you stood with your brothers and sisters in the armed forces, and now you want to start a business as a female veteran.

You looked at the statistics. You can bank through USAA, and the military-friendly bank says veterans are 45% more likely to start their own businesses than non-veterans.

Veterans own one in 10 small businesses in the United States

Members have honed their leadership skills. They are disciplined, but civilian life can be a difficult transition without proper training and expertise.

This is why resources are important for female veterans on the path to entrepreneurship in these times of economic uncertainty.

Here is a list of resources that can help you.

V-WISE

Women veterans who stimulate entrepreneurship allows women veterans and their spouses or partners to discover their passions. The program also helps them learn the business skills needed to create ideas and start incubating new businesses.

Funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration, V-WISE is also the result of philanthropic support from partnerships across the country.

The first phase of the program is a 15-day intensive online training, the second is a 3-day residency, and the third is a 12-month support focused on building and growing your small business.

You’ll meet speakers and teachers who are CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and government leaders and have access to a network of community resources designed to support your efforts.

You will also have access to services provided by the Small Business Administration and other partners, as well as the ability to use more than 20 separate training modules on topics such as opportunity recognition, business planning, financing, economics, marketing, access to capital, business law and social networks.

Course materials, two nights of accommodation, and meals are included in the $75 residency registration fee. Participants must pay their travel expenses to and from the conference.

For more information about V-WISE, call (315) 443-6898 or email IVMFEducation@syr.edu

Boots to Business Reboot (B2BR) course

Need an overview of business fundamentals? This program helps people interested in owning a business or other forms of self-employment.

Go through critical steps to evaluate business concepts and learn how to develop a business plan. You’ll discover entrepreneurial ideas and learn about available resources, such as capital, technical assistance, contracting opportunities, and more.

Visit SBA’s Boots to Business Reboot Program online for more information.

Veterans Institute for Supply

Does your female veteran-owned business need training to learn how to successfully manage federal contracts? The Veterans Institute for Supply is here to help.

Beyond ONABEN’s boots

ONABEN offers an initiative for returning veterans and active duty members in underserved tribal and rural communities. This unique set of tools and services fosters the capabilities of veterans and military personnel to achieve entrepreneurial goals.

The BTB program involves meeting the individual where they are and understanding their barriers to success. The program also emphasizes individualized financial literacy, asset management, accumulation training, and small business training for all stages of the business life cycle.

Ongoing training tailored to the needs of business challenges, as well as procurement and public contracting assistance, is available for those who need it.

ONABEN works with individuals to help them realize their dreams of business ownership. Visit them online at https://onaben.org/what-we-do/signature-programs/

warrior on the rise

Going from a veteran to a vetrepreneur. Warrior Rising will help you reuse your military skills for use in the civilian world. You are still a leader even when you take off your uniform. Your military service was just the beginning.

Warrior Rising’s goal is to help you become a Great American Business Owner by translating your education, values, and work ethic into the language of success.

Enroll in Warrior Academy by visiting their website and let your future begin today.

Small Business Administration Lender Matching

Are you looking for a loan to help you start your business? The Small Business Administration has a lender matching program. It takes about five minutes to answer a few questions about your business, and you’ll be connected with lenders about a potential loan. Compare rates, terms, fees and you’ll be on your way.

Visit the SBA’s Lender Match program online for more information.

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Governor Glenn Youngkin | Governor.Virginia.gov https://kelleypc.com/governor-glenn-youngkin-governor-virginia-gov/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 23:44:33 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/governor-glenn-youngkin-governor-virginia-gov/ RICHMOND, Virginia – Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced additional appointments to the administration and board of directors. “Today I welcome this group of people to serve in my administration and on various boards of directors across Virginia,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin. “I look forward to their Commonwealth service.” ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS Martin Brown, Director of Diversity, […]]]>

RICHMOND, Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin today announced additional appointments to the administration and board of directors.

“Today I welcome this group of people to serve in my administration and on various boards of directors across Virginia,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin. “I look forward to their Commonwealth service.”

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

  • Martin Brown, Director of Diversity, Opportunity and Inclusion

Martin Brown comes to the Governor’s Office with a unique portfolio of public policy and management experience in both state government and private practice. As Commissioner of the Department of Human Services, Martin focused on improving the delivery of benefits and services to Virginia families, with an emphasis on adoption successes and foster care benefits. to more than one million Virginians. He also served as Special Advisor to Governor McDonnell for State Offender Rehabilitation, implementing a statewide program to facilitate job training and provide family and parenting relationship tools to reduce recidivism and provide support to children of incarcerated parents. The program became a best practice model extended statewide by the Department of Corrections. A graduate of Howard University, Martin previously served as a Visiting Scholar at the Heritage Foundation, a founding board member of the Gloucester Institute, and a member of the City of Richmond Health Department Advisory Task Force.

  • Cheryl Roberts, Director, Department of Medical Assistance Services

A seasoned head of Virginia’s Department of Medical Assistance Services, Cheryl takes the reins of the organization with a focus on improving access and stable delivery of health care for two million Virginians. As a recognized national leader in the state’s Medicaid service delivery, Cheryl provided direct oversight and leadership of the managed care program, which provides maternal and child services, oral health services and planning. strategy for emerging health issues. Prior to joining state government, Cheryl was Chief Operating Officer of the Virginia Chartered Health Plan and Assistant Vice President of Emlem Health Inc. Cheryl received her law degree from Rutgers Law School and has lived in Virginia since over twenty years.

GOVERNOR’S OFFICE

  • Christian Sansovich, Transformation Analyst

TRADE AND TRADE

  • Joseph Benevento, Assistant Secretary for Commerce and Trade
  • Willis Morris, Director, Small Business and Supplier Diversity

HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

  • Arne Owens, Director, Department of Health Professions

WORK

  • david johnson, Deputy Commissioner, Ministry of Labor and Industry

PUBLIC SECURITY AND HOMELAND SECURITY

  • Nicholas Nanna,Deputy Director, Department of Fire Programs

BOARD APPOINTMENTS

ADMINISTRATION

ART AND ARCHITECTURE REVIEW COMMITTEE

  • Anne W. Smith ohf Midlothian

CYBERSECURITY PLANNING COMMITTEE

  • Aliscia N. Andrews d’Aldie, Undersecretary of Homeland Security, Office of the Governor
  • Diane Carnohan de Richmond, Director of Information Security, Virginia Department of Education
  • Robbie Coats de Chesterfield, Director, Grant Management and Collection, VDEM
  • Adrian Compton d’Altavista, Tribal Administrator, Monegasque Indian Nation
  • Charles DeKeyser de Powhatan, Major, Virginia National Guard
  • Michael Dent of Fairfax County, Director of Information Security, Fairfax County Department of Information Technology
  • Brenna R. Doherty de Richmond, Director of Information Security, Department of Legislative Automated Systems, Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Captain Eric W. Gowin of Amelia, Division Commander – Information Technology Division, Virginia State Police
  • John Harrison of Roanoke County, CIO, Franklin County
  • Derek M. Kestner of New Kent County, Chief Information Security Officer, Supreme Court of Virginia
  • Benjamin Shumaker d’Aylett, Cybersecurity Specialist, King William County Government
  • Beth Burgin Waller de Roanoke, President, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice, Woods Rogers Vandeventer Black
  • Michael Watson de Chesterfield, Director of Information Security, Virginia Information Technologies Agency
  • wesley williams de Roanoke, Executive Director of Technology, Roanoke City Public Schools
  • Stephanie Williams-Hayes of Chesterfield County, Director of Information Security, Virginia Department of Health

AUTHORITY

OPIOID REDUCTION AUTHORITY

  • Michel Tillem by Henrico, Founder and Executive Director, Journey House Foundation, Inc.

VIRGINIA SOLAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AND ENERGY STORAGE AUTHORITY

  • Michael J. Walsh, Jr., of Arlington, private law firm

TRADE AND TRADE

COAL EXAMINATION COMMITTEE OF EXAMINERS

  • Marc McCoy of Coeburn, Underground Electrician, Alpha Metallurgical DM41

CLEAN ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

  • Douglas E. Lamb of Henrico, Partner, McGuireWoods LLP

VIRGINIA OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

  • Brian Stephens of Norfolk, President and CEO, Hampton Roads Chamber

EDUCATION

VIRGINIA AMERICAN REVOLUTION 250 COMMITTEE

  • Jean-Ann Bolling from Mechanicsville

VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

  • Kirsti Goodwin de Richmond, Managing Director, Tower 3 Investments, LLC
  • Marianne Littel from Virginia Beach, interior designer

VIRGINIA COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION BOARD APPOINTMENTS

  • Elizabeth R. Cline of Fincastle, solicitor, Moss & Rocovich, solicitors, PC
  • Paul Clinton Harris, Sr., de Richmond, Executive Vice President, Huntington Ingalls Industries

HEALTH AND HUMAN RESOURCES

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

  • Brian Hanrahan, MD, from Midlothian, System Medical Director, TeamHealth

AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH PATHOLOGY COMMITTEE

  • Dr. Melissa McNichol of Charlottesville, Audiologist
  • Dr Bethany Rose from Richmond, Audiologist
  • Laura Vencill, MS, CCC-SLP, of Lebanon, Speech Language Pathologist, Russell County Public Schools

HEALTH PROFESSIONS COUNCIL

  • Rebecca Duff de Roanoke, Assistant Professor and Program Director, Radford University Carilion
  • S. Jonathan Hines de Staunton, Assistant Manager/FSL/CCO, Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory
  • Karen Kimsey of Hannover, Partner, Speire Healthcare Strategies
  • Laura Vencill, MS, CCC-SLP of Lebanon, Speech Language Pathologist, Russell County Public Schools

NURSING COUNCIL

  • Paul F. Hogan de Reston, economist

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE FAMILY AND CHILDREN’S TRUST FUND

  • Dr Tyler Hart de Chesterfield, President and CEO, CA Human Services
  • Roberts of the season of Virginia Beach, Principal/Director of Client Communications, Agence Charrette
  • Sweetheart Shorts from Alexandria
  • Abigail Westcott de Richmond, Director of Stakeholder Relations, Virginia Economic Development

COMMONWEALTH COUNCIL ON AGING

  • Andrea Buck, MD, JD, by Glen Allen, former member of the US Senate Special Committee on Aging

RARE DISEASES ADVICE

  • Greg Joseph of Ashburn, a patient with a rare disease
  • Elissa Pierson from Virginia Beach, caregiver
  • Elizabeth Scott of Spotsylvania, mother and caregiver

STATE CHILD DEATH REVIEW TEAM

  • Kimberly Ayers, MA, of Wytheville, Director, Wythe County Department of Social Services
  • André Beaulieu of Hanover, Lieutenant, Hanover County Fire & EMS
  • Joshua Easter, MD, MSc, of Charlottesville, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Virginia
  • The Honorable Susan O’Prandy Fierro of Prince George, Commonwealth Attorney for Prince George’s County
  • Ryan Hilbish of Bedford, Lieutenant, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office
  • Jonathan Minter of Hanover County, Lt., Hanover County Fire and EMS

WORK

APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL

  • Grant Shmelzer of Bethesda, MD, CEO, Independent Electrical Contractors Chesapeake

ADVICE FOR ENTREPRENEURS

  • Taylor Brannan of Richmond, Vice President, F. Richard Wilton Jr., Inc.

COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF COMMON INTEREST

  • Thomas A. Mazzei of Fairfax County, CEO, Cardinal Management Group, Inc.
  • Margaret “Meg” Tunstall de Henrico, Director of Operations and Systems, HHHunt Communities

FAIR HOUSING COMMITTEE

  • Owen Roy Morgan of Alexandria, Government Relations Manager: Local, State and Federal Policy, Navistar, Inc.

TABLE OF SAFETY AND HEALTH CODES

  • Lee Biedrycki de Powhatan, President and CEO, BeneFinder
  • Robert C. Smith of Leesburg, professional engineer

PUBLIC SECURITY AND HOMELAND SECURITY

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USC Athletics Brings Altius Sports Staff In-House to Manage Athlete-Focused NIL Operations https://kelleypc.com/usc-athletics-brings-altius-sports-staff-in-house-to-manage-athlete-focused-nil-operations/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 23:43:45 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/usc-athletics-brings-altius-sports-staff-in-house-to-manage-athlete-focused-nil-operations/ USC Athletics | November 01, 2022 History links LOS ANGELES (November 1, 2022) – USC Athletics has joined the full-time, on-campus General Manager (GM) program launched by Altius Sports Partners (ASP), the Name, Image and Likeness launch program for athletics departments elite. ASP will hire, onboard, support and manage an NIL GM […]]]>

USC Athletics | November 01, 2022

LOS ANGELES (November 1, 2022) – USC Athletics has joined the full-time, on-campus General Manager (GM) program launched by Altius Sports Partners (ASP), the Name, Image and Likeness launch program for athletics departments elite.

ASP will hire, onboard, support and manage an NIL GM who will be placed on campus to advance comprehensive NIL efforts that ensure USC athletes have the tools, education and resources to maximize opportunities and navigate in this new space.

“As the NIL landscape evolves, it is critically important to remain nimble and innovative to ensure our student-athletes are in the best position to succeed both athletically and personally,” said USC Athletic Director, Mike Bohn. “As per updated NCAA guidelines, we are excited to demonstrate our continued commitment to providing world-class support in all aspects of the student-athlete experience, including NIL. Over the past year, Altius has been a valued partner, and we are thrilled to participate in their new General Manager program, which will place an NIL expert on our campus to provide enhanced support to our student-athletes.We have the utmost confidence in the vision and Altius’ expertise to identify a talented leader to drive our NIL efforts and elevate our program.”

This latest initiative reinforces USC’s investment in preparing student-athletes to capitalize on their NIL rights. The General Manager position will oversee operations surrounding NIL programming at USC, including education, training, and monitoring, and work alongside USC’s Office of Sports Compliance to ensure compliance with rules and regulations. . The On-Campus Executive Director will work closely with USC to enhance the student-athlete experience by conceptualizing and coordinating programming and resources.

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with USC Athletics by adding an on-campus executive director to lead NIL’s efforts,” said ASP Vice President of College Partnerships Brittney Whiteside. “As we continue to invest in resources to support our network of general managers, we are focused on identifying a dynamic leader for the position who will have an immediate impact and position USC for continued success.”

Launched in July 2022 with six athletic departments – Cincinnati, LSU, Northwestern, Oklahoma State, South Carolina and Virginia – adding full-time trained ASP staff on campus, the GM program centralizes NIL support services as as stand-alone vertical within athletics departments. The program includes comprehensive training for all stakeholders, as well as a personalized approach for each department. The ASP prioritizes the development of the NIL student-athlete while fostering collaboration with institutional partners and university supporters.

ASP became USC’s NIL Strategic Planning and Education Consultant in June 2021, a move designed to benefit student-athletes in all men’s and women’s athletic programs. The GM initiative is an extension of ASP’s services, which are rooted in navigating and keeping school partners ahead of the curve and compliant optimizing NIL activities for their student-athletes. As the ASP expands its GM program, it will continue to support all school partners through an advisory role in addition to providing ongoing innovative and strategic advice on policies and initiatives and educational support. personalized.

About Altius Sports Partners
Altius Sports Partners (ASP) is a leading NIL launch platform and external innovation department that provides consulting, strategic planning, compliance assistance and training services to its clients. The official partner of major college athletic departments and sporting properties, ASP provides strategic solutions on topics ranging from NIL to the changing employment and media rights landscape within college athletics. ASP currently represents the athletic departments of Arizona, Arizona State, Auburn, Cincinnati, Clemson, Duke, Georgia, Georgetown, Indiana, Kansas, LSU, Marquette, Miami, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Northwest, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, State of Oregon, Penn State, South Carolina, USC, Tennessee, Texas, Villanova, Virginia and Wisconsin. ASP has also partnered with Women Leaders in College Sports. Providing all stakeholders – athletics departments, coaches and college athletes – with the resources they need to thrive in the new era of college athletics, ASP taps into its deep reservoir of athletic business sophistication to help those affected to prepare and excel. He has built a team of interdisciplinary leaders to achieve higher levels of education, greater access to opportunity, and higher standards of excellence.

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A business plan for an entrepreneur https://kelleypc.com/a-business-plan-for-an-entrepreneur/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 23:30:16 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/a-business-plan-for-an-entrepreneur/ Some have asked me why banks often reject their loan applications. Banks can cite many reasons for rejecting an application. These range from lack of adequate collateral, flawed cash flow, or an unconvincing business plan. I think it is essential for me to explain more about a convincing business plan. The business trip is indeed […]]]>

Some have asked me why banks often reject their loan applications. Banks can cite many reasons for rejecting an application. These range from lack of adequate collateral, flawed cash flow, or an unconvincing business plan. I think it is essential for me to explain more about a convincing business plan. The business trip is indeed rewarding and also a journey of discovery. We live in a world governed by laws. Non-compliance with the law relating to a certain aspect means failure in this line. Business is not spared either. There are laws of success that govern business.

For the business enterprise to grow and be sustainable, proper planning is necessary. There is a popular adage “To fail to plan is to plan to fail” (Benjamin Franklin), this adage may sound like music to your ears, but business planning is a key area that emphasizes on the importance of planning for any project. Unfortunately, this planning step is often overlooked and the result is always devastating.

There is a lot of money in Zimbabwe that could be tapped by companies if they plan well. Some good business ideas die, simply because they lack proper business plans that can attract funding.

What is a business plan?

A business plan is a well-articulated roadmap that shows in detail how a business intends to achieve its objectives and goals. It aims to establish a written roadmap for the company from a marketing, financial and operational point of view. Both start-ups and established companies use business plans. A business plan is a document that presents strategic action items. Planning consists of defining the objectives of the company for a given period and formulating various plans of action to achieve these objectives by selecting the best possible options (or alternatives) among the various activities available. It concerns both ends and these are: what is to be done and how it is to be done. It bridges the gap between where we are and where we want to be. It is a rational approach, in which all members of the organization must work to achieve the objectives of the organization. In fact, everyone in the business should plan, try to keep a to-do list to achieve those daily goals.

It is a summarized structure of the company. To run a business smoothly, there is no other alternative than making a business plan. Depending on the industry, a business plan can sometimes be considered a business proposal, investment prospectus, business plan, loan proposal, etc.

Uses of a business plan

It is used by financiers and investors. Banks, for example, want to see how the company can achieve its goals. The plan is used to attract investment before a company has established a proven track record. It thus helps to secure loans from financial institutions. For large organizations, a business plan can serve to keep a company’s management team on the same page on strategic action items and on target to achieve established goals. They are so useful especially for start-ups because they show the way. Ideally, the plan is reviewed and updated periodically to reflect goals that have been achieved or have changed. Sometimes a new business plan is created for an established business that has decided to change direction. It gives direction to the company. A business plan reduces the risk of uncertainty. It reduces duplication and unnecessary activities. Planning encourages innovative ideas. Decision making is made easier. Planning establishes control standards.

1. A business plan is a very important and strategic tool for entrepreneurs.

It helps entrepreneurs focus on the specific steps needed for them to succeed with their business ideas, and it also helps them achieve short and long-term goals. Although it is essential to have one, some entrepreneurs are reluctant to put it in writing. They believe that every day should be different from the next and others believe they are ruled by the course of the economy, especially in a hyper inflationary environment like Zimbabwe’s economy. However, great business ideas can be useless if you cannot formulate, execute, and implement a strategic plan to make your business idea work. If you are looking to raise funds from investors and institutional lenders, keep in mind that having a good business plan is extremely valuable. The goal is to have a well-documented plan that speaks for itself. It should be clear and easy to read and understand.

2. Raise funds for your business

Potential investors or lenders want a written business plan before they give you money. In Zimbabwe, many companies have collapsed before and to mitigate risk, investors, banks, etc. need a business plan to see if management knows the finer points of their business. A simple description of the business concept is not enough. The plan should include a comprehensive business and financial plan that demonstrates the likelihood of success and what the business needs to be successful in the long term.

3. To make informed decisions

Besides banks, a business plan serves as a guide for the entrepreneur. The deviation from the guide is minimized. Having a business plan helps you define and focus on your business ideas and strategies. Because a plan touches many facets, the entrepreneur will not only focus on financial matters, but also on management issues, human resource planning, technology, and creating value for customers.

4. Identification of potential weaknesses

Having a business plan helps you identify potential pitfalls in your idea. You can also share the plan with others who can give you feedback and advice. Identify experts and professionals who can give you valuable advice and share your plan with them. Even banks can inform you of the risk associated with your business when you apply for a loan.

5. Communicate your ideas to stakeholders – Viability

A business plan is a communication tool you can use to obtain investment capital from financial institutions or lenders like banks. You can also use it to convince people to work for your business, get credit from suppliers, and attract potential customers. For an international company wishing to invest locally, ZIDA requires a well-written plan for it to license the entity. For special licenses, for example, telecommunications licensing regulators also review the business plan and business proposal.

6. Creating a business plan involves a lot of thought.

You have to think about what you want to do and use that as a starting point. It doesn’t have to be complicated. At its core, your plan should identify where you are now, where you want your business to go, and how you will get there. Writing a good business plan does not guarantee success, but it can go a long way in reducing the risk of failure. Moreover, even if you are not looking for investment, your entrepreneurial projects will quickly fall flat without a plan to guide them.

7. Planning reduces the risk of uncertainty

Planning helps the entrepreneur anticipate and anticipate change by deciding in advance what tasks to perform. The business plan shows how to deal with changes and uncertain (unexpected) events. Changes or events cannot be eliminated (suppressed), but they can be anticipated (predicted) and managerial responses can be developed in advance. Thus mitigating the impact of risk.

8. Planning reduces duplication and unnecessary activities

A good business plan should show coordination of efforts across different divisions, departments and individuals. It should also ensure clarity of thought and action and help to work smoothly without interruption. It should show stakeholders like the Bank that confusion, misunderstanding, unnecessary activities have been minimized. It facilitates the detection of inefficiencies and minimizes work pressure.

9. A good plan sets standards for control

Monitoring involves comparing actual performance with predetermined standards. If there is a deviation, management can take action to improve the results. All this is indicated in a business plan. Without a business plan, a manager will have no standard to monitor actual performance.

10. It must consist of an analysis of the industry:

A good business plan consists of a history and overview of the industry and, together with significant trends, key success factors, as well as an outlook for the future. This gives an open overview to the financier. This shows the profitability of the business.

Important Elements of a Business Plan

1. Executive Summary – This part includes the management structure of the business and it disburses the mission statement of the business.

2. Products and Services – This part aims to elaborate the services or products that the company offers or intends to offer to the market.

3. Market analysis – The company must show that it fully understands its market. Remember the Bible says there is nothing new under the sun – (Ecclesiastes 1:9) so business is not unique, trends that affect business have already been experienced by d ‘others.

4. Marketing strategy – the company must show how it intends to retain its customers and reach new customers.

5. Cash Flow – It should include financial projections for start-ups or historical for existing businesses.

6. Budget – A budget is essential to show investors or the bank how the business intends to use the funds.

Recommendations

It takes a lot of quality time to make a good business plan that speaks to your business. It’s always good to hire experts to write a talking business plan. FAILURE TO PLAN IS FAILURE OF PLANNING. To run a business smoothly, there is no other way than to make a business plan. A business plan must be followed to make the business successful, it must not simply be set aside. I encourage business owners to approach professionals like this writer to do their business plans.

There are so many investors in Zimbabwe looking for where to put their money, but sometimes they fail to convince companies to put their money. I have been approached by several potential investors who are hungry to invest in this country and my business encouragement is to have proper business plans, cash flow, bookkeeping and systems in place . Banks and investors also like to invest their funds in a business that has an effective and efficient business plan that clearly shows its financial projections and chances of succeeding in the projected business.

Francis Chitambira is the founder of Smartfiscal Consultants – a business consulting firm. He is a business consultant, entrepreneur, business tutor, tax advisor and business developer. He is interested in agriculture as well as marketing. He can be contacted on mobile/WhatsApp: +263775844941 or by e-mail: fchitambira@smartfiscal.co.zw; website: www.smartfiscal.co.zw

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Lowe’s Pens creates a new ‘playbook’ to help pros prepare for the New Year and the challenges pros expect https://kelleypc.com/lowes-pens-creates-a-new-playbook-to-help-pros-prepare-for-the-new-year-and-the-challenges-pros-expect/ Wed, 26 Oct 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/lowes-pens-creates-a-new-playbook-to-help-pros-prepare-for-the-new-year-and-the-challenges-pros-expect/ Available at Lowes.com/PROvemberPlaybook, the guide arrives just as Lowe’s launches Lowe’s PROvember on October 27with over 30 days to celebrate the pros. This year, with new enhancements to help pros get the most out of their year-end shopping, including: Additional savings to help provide a better long-term return on investment. In addition to immediate cost […]]]>

Available at Lowes.com/PROvemberPlaybook, the guide arrives just as Lowe’s launches Lowe’s PROvember on October 27with over 30 days to celebrate the pros. This year, with new enhancements to help pros get the most out of their year-end shopping, including:

  • Additional savings to help provide a better long-term return on investment. In addition to immediate cost savings, pros can stock up for the coming year on a selection of professional-grade tools and materials – from DeWalt, Metabo HPT, FLEX and more – that also support maximum productivity. on site.
  • Opportunities to earn rewards and celebrate their crew. Members of the MVPs Pro rewards and partnership program can earn bonus points by earning up to three bonus points per dollar2 on select items during Lowe’s PROvember. And, Lowe’s will be hosting a free Pro Happy Hour at November 17 of 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in all stores across the country, where Pros can participate for free PEPSI® drinks and FRITO-LAY® snacks and more. Pro Rewards MVPs members can also enter for a chance to win a trip to the NFL Pro Bowl Games3.
  • All this in addition to a Fully dedicated Pro console red vest associates trained to help the Pros, quantities of inventory the pros can count on and solid credit offers (Pros can save 5% off every day on qualifying purchases plus 0% interest for 60 days when using Lowe’s Business Advantage Account4).

“We know the pros have a lot of challenges ahead this winter, so we’re deepening our dedication through the Lowe’s PROvember,” said Tony Hurst, senior vice president, business, services and international. “As a true business partner of Pros, we are listening to their needs and adding more value and meaning to what we offer our Pros so they can look forward to another busy year.”

For the second year in a row, Lowe’s conducted its exclusive Pro Pulse Survey1 to understand the Pros’ thoughts on the year and what they expect in the future. In addition to the challenges they faced like inflation, the key findings suggest:

  • The pros remain optimistic despite a difficult economic context. Nearly three in five pros (59%) say their job has been more challenging than last year, but 73% say their job has been more rewarding than last year.
  • The pros expect steady project growth in 2023. 66% expect to have more work for the rest of the year than for the rest of the year – and 73% expect even more work in 2023.
  • Growing economic pressures are driving Pros to focus even more on saving time and money. While 98% of Pros say effective time management is important to the success of their work, 57% of Pros cite effective time management as a challenge.
  • Looking ahead to next year, the majority of Pros (61%) plan to outsource one or more parts of their business. Additionally, 68% say they rely on their retailers and suppliers more than they did a year ago.

Learn more about Lowe’s PROvember and shop the latest savings from Oct. 27 – Dec. 8 at Lowes.com/PROvember.

  1. TRUE Global Intelligence, FleishmanHillard’s in-house research firm, conducted an online survey of 1,000 home improvement professionals in the United States aged 18 and older between September 15 and 28, 2022on behalf of Lowe’s.
  2. Program subject to terms and conditions. Details at Lowes.com/L/ProLoyaltyTerms. Subject to change. Bonus points calculated before taxes and fees, after applicable discounts, if any.
  3. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Begins to 14:00:00 local time and ends at 17:00:00 local time on 11/17/22 (“Contest Period”). Open to legal residents of the United States residing in the 50 United States/DC, age 18 or older (19 or older for AL and NE), and a Lowe’s MVPs Pro Rewards member at time of entry. Void where prohibited. Finished at 17:00:00 local time on 11/17/22. See official rules for free entry via email at bit.ly/3BZK3mC. Sponsor: Pepsi-Cola Company. Lowe’s is not a sponsor of this contest. NFL Entities have in no way offered or sponsored this contest.
  4. For more information on Lowe’s PRO financing solution options, visit lowes.com/businesscreditcenter.

About Lowe’s

Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) is a FORTUNE® 50 home improvement company serving approximately 19 million customers per week in United States and Canada. With a turnover of nearly $90 billion, Lowe’s and its related companies operate or service more than 2,200 hardware and hardware stores and employ more than 300,000 associates. Situated at Mooresville, North Carolina, Lowe’s supports the communities it serves through programs focused on creating safe, affordable housing and training the next generation of skilled trades experts. For more information, visit Lowes.com.

Contact:
Stefanie Moody
Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
[email protected]

SOURCE Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

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Long Island Elder Law attorney Seth Schlessel explains estate and retirement planning https://kelleypc.com/long-island-elder-law-attorney-seth-schlessel-explains-estate-and-retirement-planning/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 17:04:48 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/long-island-elder-law-attorney-seth-schlessel-explains-estate-and-retirement-planning/ Long Island Elders’ Lawyer Seth Schlessel (https://www.schlessellaw.com/at-what-age-should-a-person-contact-an-elder-law-attorney/) publishes a new article explaining estate planning and retirement planning in New York. The lawyer mentions that once a person reaches the age of 60, it is ideal for them to start planning their affairs. Talking to an elder law attorney can help the person maximize the benefits […]]]>

Long Island Elders’ Lawyer Seth Schlessel (https://www.schlessellaw.com/at-what-age-should-a-person-contact-an-elder-law-attorney/) publishes a new article explaining estate planning and retirement planning in New York. The lawyer mentions that once a person reaches the age of 60, it is ideal for them to start planning their affairs. Talking to an elder law attorney can help the person maximize the benefits of their estate plan.

“When you think of an elder law attorney, the first thing that comes to mind is estate planning. Elder law attorneys can help ensure that your assets are protected for your good and An elder law attorney can also help ensure that your preferred beneficiaries will receive the parts of your estate that you want them to get,” says the Long Island elder law attorney. .

The attorney explains that the estate owner, also known as the settlor, can designate their preferred executor for their estate. This can help beneficiaries avoid the lengthy probate process. Elder law attorneys may be able to help establish trusts that can help the settlor avoid estate taxes, if applicable.

Attorney Seth Schlessel says that as part of estate planning, elder law attorneys can also help plan someone’s retirement. A qualified lawyer may be able to offer business succession planning services which can help ensure that any business the client has established will pass into the right hands.

In the article, attorney Schlessel adds, “As we age, the risk of developing life-threatening medical conditions increases. An elder law attorney can help ensure that your medical needs will be taken care of when the time comes when you cannot make decisions about your care. For this reason, it is essential to consult an elder law attorney as soon as possible. The older we get, the higher the risk of losing the mental capacity to decide our affairs due to health problems.

Finally, Attorney Schlessel points out that it is important to have an elder law attorney in Nassau County or Suffolk County when dealing with elder law matters. A qualified attorney may be able to help the client save money while planning their future effectively.

About Schlessel Law AG

Seth Schlessel is the founder of Schlessel Law LLC. As a qualified estate planning attorney, Mr. Schlessel understands the importance of a comprehensive estate plan to a family’s future. He and his team have helped many families preserve their possessions and ensure that a person’s wishes are carried out as they wish. Besides estate planning, the firm also assists with elder law, personal injury law, and startup/corporate law. Contact us today to learn more about our services.

Schlessel Law AG | Long Island Elder Law Attorney

34 Willis Ave Suite 300, Mineola, NY 11501, USA

(516) 574-9630

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For more information about Schlessel Law PLLC, contact the company here:

Schlessel Law SA
Seth Schlessel
+15165749630
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Schlessel Law SA
34 Willis Ave Suite 300, Mineola, NY 11501, USA

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Marketing is an essential part of the success of nonprofit organizations https://kelleypc.com/marketing-is-an-essential-part-of-the-success-of-nonprofit-organizations/ Sat, 15 Oct 2022 08:44:24 +0000 https://kelleypc.com/marketing-is-an-essential-part-of-the-success-of-nonprofit-organizations/ Marc L. Goldberg Marketing is positioning your brand in the mind of the buyer, user or recipient so that they see no suitable substitute for you and your products and services. For associations, it is exactly the same thing. Most nonprofit organizations focus on their strategic plans and forget that positioning themselves with volunteers, donors […]]]>

Marc L. Goldberg

Marketing is positioning your brand in the mind of the buyer, user or recipient so that they see no suitable substitute for you and your products and services. For associations, it is exactly the same thing. Most nonprofit organizations focus on their strategic plans and forget that positioning themselves with volunteers, donors or collaborators is just as essential. Otherwise, they will remain unknown to those who can benefit from their offerings or can help support the organization.

Just like for-profit organizations, non-profit organizations need to understand the “purchasing continuum”. It is a process by which users and donors become aware of, understand and believe in the mission, and use or donate – and if satisfied, they return and recommend the association to others.

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