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San Francisco, CA – ( NewMediaWire ) – October 13, 2020 – For many people, their greatest fear is getting sued. There is nothing like getting served with a lawsuit and the fear of what this might mean for the future. While many people like the joy that comes with building a business from the ground up, the reality is that those who decide to start a small business face a great deal of risk when it comes to getting sued. Simon Peel formerly of Jitterbit is an industry expert and he is here to discuss the steps that small business owners can take to avoid the risk of getting sued.

Simon Peel formerly of Jitterbit Discusses the Role of Getting Incorporated

According to Simon Peel formerly of Jitterbit, one

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Portland, OR – ( NewMediaWire ) – October 13, 2020 –  Douglas Greenberg, President of Pacific Northwest Advisory, believes that reducing risk should always be a top priority. This is even truer when you want to come up with an exit strategy for your business. Here’s how to develop a reputation as a solid enterprise. You may even create a competitive bidding environment that could give you a higher value for your business.

The following are some steps to help get your business ready to sell, according to Douglas Greenberg.

1. Get your paperwork in order. Check with your financial or legal advisors to ensure the business documentation is ready to go. Extend contracts with long-time customers and seek progressive vendor contracts that will interest buyers. Documenting your best

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The Nov. 3 general election is less than a month away and, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, some voters in Howard County have already received their mail-in ballots.

This week, the Howard County Times/Columbia Flier is publishing the answers to a questionnaire sent to every Board of Education candidate in the five district races. Today’s answers are from Antonia Barkley Watts — one of the candidates running in District 2.

Watts, 39, handily won the District 2 primary with 56% of the vote, while Larry Pretlow II, 30, narrowly edged out James Cecil to advance to the general election.

In late September, Pretlow announced the suspension of his campaign in a social media post, although the deadline to remove his name from the ballot had passed. However, about a week later, Pretlow resumed his campaign with an announcement on his website.

“My supporters have spoken, and we are

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Scott O Hirsch Shares 3 Tips for Small Businesses on Digital Marketing

DELRAY BEACH, FL / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2020 / Small businesses are often running lean, understaffed, overworked, and strapped for cash. That’s why you want to make sure that you as the business owner are taking advantage of every efficiency and opportunity for savings, states Scott O. Hirsch. Enter digital marketing.

If you’re not already on Facebook, Instagram, and/or LinkedIn you should do so immediately. Millennials are no longer the upcoming consumer generation – they’re in their 30s and Gen Z is on the rise. And having grown up with technology from birth, if they can’t find you online and digest your brand quickly and easily, you may as well not exist.

But digital marketing is more than just social media warns, Scott O. Hirsch and founder of Media Direct – a worldwide media solutions provider.

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DESTIN, FL / SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 / The National Small Business Association has been a U.S., staple for more than 80 years. It serves as a representing body for owners of small businesses in terms of providing resources, information, and communication with government offices and the media. Christopher Rohe, recently welcomed to the NSBA’s leadership council, discussed the importance of the NSBA and its grassroots effort.

The NSBA currently includes more than 65,000 small businesses across all 50 states. Every industry is represented in the organization in some way, and small business owners have enjoyed the NSBA’s representation for more than eight decades. Christopher Rohe explained that the NSBA is made up of a number of leadership council members who represent small businesses before major governing bodies, including the White House, congress, federal agencies, and more.

As a newly-appointed leadership council member, Christopher Rohe will contact members of Congress

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Wentz discusses the challenge of remaining confident originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia

Carson Wentz pronounced his confidence intact Wednesday coming off two of the worst games of his life.

Keeping it intact may be the next challenge.

“This business, this game, confidence can turn on people real quickly,” he said. “And for us, it’s going back to what you know. It’s believing in yourself. It’s the entire body of work ever since you were a kid and how you train, how you work, how you prepare. There’s going to be rough times, there’s going to be rough patches. But guys just gotta lean in. I think we have a really good group of guys in this locker room that lean in on each other and trust each other and encourage each other no matter what the outside world’s saying or feeling. We trust each other, we stay together and

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday held a meeting with senior Ministers and officials to discuss ways to boost manufacturing and global imprint of Indian toys.

India is home to several toy clusters and thousands of artisans who produce indigenous toys which not only have cultural connect but also helps in building life-skills and psychomotor skills among children at an early age, Modi highlighted at the meeting.

He said such clusters should be promoted through innovative and creative methods.

Vocal for Local

It was informed that Indian toy market has huge potential and can bring a transformative change in the industry by promoting ‘Vocal for Local’ under AatmaNirbhar Bharat campaign.

Modi said focus should be on use of technology and innovation and also towards manufacturing quality products that meet global standards, an official release said.

Impact of toys on psychomotor / cognitive skills of children and how it can become

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NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As technology advances and takes a more prominent role in everyday life, people learn to embrace it and adjust how they communicate, travel, manage finances, work, and more. Criminals have done the same, using social media and the deep and dark web to communicate and conduct illegal operations. Police and government investigations must adapt their usual crime-fighting methods to be able to keep up.

WEBINT emerges as the primary tool in law enforcement investigations

Web intelligence (WEBINT) is critical in the fight against crime today. From investigating a potential terrorist threat to robbery, fraud, cyber-crime, and more – government agencies and police forces can use the vast amounts of data available online to expedite their investigations and save lives.

Open-source intelligence refers to publicly available data online, whereas web intelligence can include information that is not necessarily public (i.e. data on the

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G-7 finance ministers on Monday discussed extending a freeze on debt-service payments for low-income countries into 2021, a U.S. Treasury spokesperson said.

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In a readout, the U.S. official said the G-7 discussed the G-20 debt-relief plan and “additional options going forward for low-income countries, including an extension of debt suspension into 2021.”

The freeze for the 73 poorest nations is set to expire at the end of the year. The program, called the G-20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative, was designed to make sure these countries had money to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the U.S. official, the G-7 called on “all official bilateral creditors” to fully implement the G-20 debt plan.

Yun Sun, an expert on China and a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution, said this language appeared to be a veiled reference to China.

“I’d say it was an unnamed poke at

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