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Delta variant sends chills through Ohio's restaurant industry

Canton Repository 14 Sep 2021
“It’s just ridiculous,” he said. "We thought we got past this." ... Diners ordered carryout and delivery in large numbers at the height of the pandemic last year, keeping some struggling restaurants afloat. The majority of customers are again dining in-person, but the state’s eateries are ready to switch back to the takeout model.
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Hanoi, Beijing will shore up marine stability

China Daily 13 Sep 2021
... there afloat and cushion the blow from the pandemic", Yang said ... To keep bilateral economic and trade exchanges afloat, Beijing is ready to advance the construction of cross-border economic cooperation areas, and help Vietnam speed up its industrialization process, he added.
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'Another shutdown would be devastating': Delta variant threatens Ohio's restaurant industry

The Columbus Dispatch 10 Sep 2021
After closing due to COVID-19, tourist attractions in Ohio are ready for visitors ... Diners ordered carryout and delivery in large numbers at the height of the pandemic last year, keeping some struggling restaurants afloat ... eateries are ready to switch back to the takeout model.
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A shot in the arm for small business advertising would boost local economies

El Defensor Chieftain 02 Sep 2021
A little-noticed initiative by Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Washington, and six other senators would boost local jobs, accelerate sales and improve economies ... Expense cuts are what businesses do to stay afloat. But when they are ready to climb back into the cockpit for a new takeoff, the spending needs to accelerate rapidly ... .
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Op-Ed: Shot in the arm for small business advertising

Lake County Examiner 31 Aug 2021
A little-noticed initiative by Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-WA, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-OR and five other senators would boost local jobs, accelerate sales and improve economies ... Expense cuts are what businesses do to stay afloat. But when they are ready to climb back into the cockpit for a new takeoff, the spending needs to accelerate rapidly ... ....
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Column: A shot in the arm for small business advertising would boost local economies

The St Helens Chronicle 30 Aug 2021
Image by James Yang /The Chronicle. A little-noticed initiative by Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-WA, Sen ... The Local Journalism Sustainability Act, S ... No surprise to anyone on Main Street ... Expense cuts are what businesses do to stay afloat. But when they are ready to climb back into the cockpit for a new takeoff, the spending needs to accelerate rapidly ... ....
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Guest column: A Shot in the Arm for Small Business Advertising Would Boost Local Economies

The News Guard 29 Aug 2021
A little-noticed initiative by Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-WA, Sen. Ron Wyden, D-OR and five other senators would boost local jobs, accelerate sales and improve economies ... Expense cuts are what businesses do to stay afloat. But when they are ready to climb back into the cockpit for a new takeoff, the spending needs to accelerate rapidly ... ....
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Flood Valley Taphouse coming to Warrenton

The Daily Astorian 23 Aug 2021
WARRENTON — A craft beer destination from Chehalis, Washington, is coming to town. Flood Valley Taphouse will open next month in the vacant building next to Shilo Inn and Walgreens on E. Harbor Drive ... Thomas said the ability for restaurants to deliver alcohol would help keep them afloat, and they are ready to adapt to any restrictions ... ....
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Inside the world's largest cruise ship: Aussie dancer, 20, reveals what it's like working on ...

The Daily Mail 20 Aug 2021
A young Aussie dancer has revealed what it's like working inside the world's biggest cruise ship ... Ms Edwards' video sent social media users into a frenzy ... 'My mind does not understand how this can stay afloat,' wrote another. 'This would be amazing, but I am not ready to be on the next Titanic equivalent,' remarked one dubious viewer ... RELATED ARTICLES.
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Lessons from Failure

Your Story 04 Aug 2021
It is important to validate your ideas with experts and knowledgeable professionals to not only make them market ready but sustainable as well ... in the absence of a Plan-B ready ... Flexibility in strategy and having a Plan-B ready in place helps moving over and staying afloat.
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Money Matters: How bootstrapping can help get your business idea off the ground

Provo Daily Herald 01 Aug 2021
Knowing this, there’s a temptation to hold off on your plans until you raise enough venture capital (and then some) to keep you afloat while you build a customer base. But if you’ve got a great idea, a market that’s ready for it and just enough seed money saved, I encourage you to just go for it — bootstrapping-style ... A strong network ... ....
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Local farmers weather pandemic, hope for greener days ahead

Metrowest Daily News 20 Jul 2021
she said. "The same day that we were running the tractor to put pumpkins in the ground we were having some very real conversations about was our business going to be here by the time those pumpkins were ready to harvest.". Fortunately, Whittier Farms was able to stay afloat and sell their pumpkins for the fall season ... "We knew nothing at that moment ... .
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Food stores and dining spots adapt to the lifestyle needs of today's customers

Manila Bulletin 17 Jul 2021
What’s new in dining. During the pandemic, food brands and restaurants explored different ways to keep their businesses afloat. From to-go meals and ready-to-cook products to alfresco dining, the food and restaurant industry went above and beyond to continue their services without compromising the quality of their products ... Concept store ... Sct ... .
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Central Mass. farms survive: Local farmers weather pandemic, hope for greener days ahead

Worcester Telegram 16 Jul 2021
"The same day that we were running the tractor to put pumpkins in the ground we were having some very real conversations about was our business going to be here by the time those pumpkins were ready to harvest.". Fortunately, Whittier Farms was able to stay afloat and sell their pumpkins for the fall season.
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Virtually famous: How musicians used gaming tech to adapt to a gig-less future

NME 14 Jul 2021
While many bands repeatedly slapped themselves until they were finally ready to accept their new reality, some of our nerdier idols discovered a financial lifeline lurking in the unlikeliest of places – their video games ... a lifejacket to an industry struggling to stay afloat.

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