Tag: Commercial

Hanna Commercial broadens its scope into business brokerage

Hanna Commercial Real Estate, the Cleveland commercial brokerage belonging to Pittsburgh-based Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, is taking a page from its corporate parent’s playbook and entering business brokerage.

It’s a natural move for the Howard Hanna empire that offers homebuyers one-stop shopping for related services typically provided by third parties. The company not only includes its household-name residential brokerage but offers services from lending, title and escrow to insurance services. That provides opportunities for cross-selling and additional profit centers from peddling properties.

And in typical Hanna fashion, it’s jumping into business brokerage by acquisition. In this case, it bought Clifton Capital, a business sales firm operated by Tom Jelepis, a high-profile commercial real estate professional, and business partner Dennis Dunn.

Mac Biggar, president of Hanna Commercial, said in a video interview that the move “checked a lot of boxes” for an ancillary business the commercial brokerage has long wanted

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Commercial Furniture Market Size Business Growth, Global Market Analysis, Share, Research, and Forecast to 2025 Research Reports World

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Sep 25, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “Commercial Furniture Market” (2020-2025) examines the effect of different Factors affecting the market development and drivers, further reveals insight into market outline, key producers, key received by them, size, most recent patterns and types, income, net edge with provincial investigation and conjecture. This report likewise contemplates the worldwide Commercial Furniture market status, rivalry scene, market share, development rate, future patterns, market drivers, openings and difficulties, deals channels and wholesalers. Territorially, this report orders the creation, clear utilization, fare and import of Commercial Furniture in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia and India.

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The global Commercial Furniture market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2020 and 2025. In 2020, the market

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Know the Rules for Business Use vs. Commercial Use vs. Pleasure Use Insurance

AMHERST, N.Y., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Up for a challenge? Let’s test your understanding of different requirements relevant to personal, business, and commercial vehicle insurance.

Question: Does your personal car insurance policy cover the vehicle you own if you use it regularly to do your job?

Answer: Employees who use their personal vehicle for business on a regular and recurring basis need to have a “Business Use” designation on their vehicle insurance policy. Typically, Business Use means that the driver owns the car and depends on their vehicle to visit prospects or customers in multiple locations.

Insurance companies will add a Business Use endorsement to the driver’s personal auto insurance policy for an additional premium, it’s an expense worth taking on. A Business Use designation reduces risk for the company and the employee. Drivers should be compensated for the additional premium through their Vehicle Reimbursement Program. 

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Hurdles to starting a commercial microgrow operation (and how to overcome them) : Augusta Free Press

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A few years back, microbreweries specializing in delicious golden ales and hoppy IPAs hit the world by storm. Now in 2020, it’s still all about the “micro”, but instead of focusing on alcoholic beverages, the new thing is the commercial microgrow op.

A microgrow operation is a full scale cannabis grow op that operates on a commercial level, but on a much smaller level than the big guys with huge warehouses filled with thousands of plants. This type of operation is easier to handle, but don’t let that full you. There are still a lot of hurdles involved.

Below you’ll not only find

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Blue Origin considers entering commercial space station business

WASHINGTON — Commercial spaceflight company Blue Origin is considering development of commercial space stations, with NASA as a potential early customer.

Blue Origin posted a job opening Sept. 18 for am “Orbital Habitat Formulation Lead” at its headquarters in the Seattle suburb of Kent, Washington. That individual will be charged with leading the company’s development of commercial space stations in low Earth orbit as a new product line.

“To develop Blue Origin’s vision of millions of people living and working in space, humanity will require places for them to live and work: space destination systems in which value-creating economic activity can occur,” the company states in the job description. “LEO (low Earth orbit) habitable stations, learning from but going beyond the ISS (International Space Station), are a first step.”

The job entails leading technical and business aspects of commercial space station development, including identifying customers and partners. It would also

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TIA taking commercial tire service training online

BOWIE, Md. — The Tire Industry Association (TIA) is adding basic commercial tire service to its portfolio of virtual training courses available online.

The 200-Level Basic Commercial Tire Service (CTS) course, taught by TIA staff trainers in English and Spanish, begins on Zoom Oct. 6.

“COVID-19 has forced TIA to pivot on our methods for delivering training and we are proud of how quickly the training staff researched, developed and released a virtual training platform in just six months,” TIA President Brian Rigney said.

“Our mission is to improve tire safety through training and education so the virtual training model using Zoom is the perfect fit for times like this,” he said.

Basic CTS classes in Spanish start Oct. 6. Classes in English begin Oct. 7.

The course consists of five sessions in Spanish and four in English conducted over a three-week period, TIA said. Classes run 9 a.m. to

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ERS Genomics Appoints Michael Arciero as Vice-President of Intellectual Property & Commercial Development – Press Release

DUBLIN–(Business Wire)–ERS Genomics Limited (“ERS”), which was formed to provide broad access to the foundational CRISPR/Cas9 intellectual property (IP) co-owned by Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier, today announced the appointment of Michael Arciero as Vice-President of Intellectual Property and Commercial Development. In the new role, Michael will oversee the intellectual property portfolio of the company and will become a core member of the Company’s global business development team.

Michael has over 15 years of experience in corporate and academic transactions. Most recently he was Director of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures for the USC Stevens Center for Innovation. In this function he led the technology transfer and corporate alliance teams supporting innovation across all disciplines, stemming from over $900M in annual research expenditures. Michael was pivotal in the establishment of new ventures based on intellectual property originating at USC. He has a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of California, San

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Commercial Online Printing Market Share 2020 Global Industry Size, Growth, Segments, Revenue, Manufacturers and 2025 Forecast Research Report

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Sep 18, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Global “Commercial Online Printing Market” 2020 Industry Research Report is an inside-out and expert examination on the flow condition of the Global Commercial Online Printing industry. In addition to that, this latest investigative report sorts the global Commercial Online Printing market by end client, type, area, and top players/brands. This report further elaborates various factors affecting the market drivers and development. Commercial Online Printing market also puts forward insights into market size, crucial markers, review, as well as the most recent net edge, income, types, patterns, along with provincial figure and examination.

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The global Commercial Online Printing market is anticipated to rise at a considerable rate during the forecast period, between 2020 and 2025. In 2020, the market was growing

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Business Coach Fatima Barnes Guides Entrepreneurs Toward Commercial Success Through The Ambition Academy

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 16, 2020 / It is difficult for many people to resist the appeal of diving headfirst into the business industry. Not only has entrepreneurship emerged as a viable means to financial success, but it has also served as an alternative to the restricting nine-to-five routine. So, it is not surprising why more and more individuals are opting for this particular route. However, countless have done so without learning the basics, delving into the intricacies of the commercial space unprepared and unequipped. This is why Fatima Barnes has decided to stand as a guiding hand for aspiring entrepreneurs and ground them on the foundations of a successful business through The Ambition Academy.

Thirty-year-old business coach and podcaster Fatima Barnes is the owner and CEO of The Ambition Academy, a coaching and consulting institution whose primary goal is to empower women to create and launch

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Office & Commercial Furniture Supply for Small Business and E-Commerce in Europe 2020

Dublin, Sept. 11, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Office & Commercial Furniture Supply for Small Business and E-Commerce in Europe. The Dealer Point of View” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Based on a survey launched on January 2020, that involved around one hundred office furniture distributors in Western Europe (dealers, distributors and e-tailers), this report offers the analysis of the furniture supply activity for small accounts in Europe and the use of e-commerce for the purchase of furniture, as online sales are expected to increase rapidly in the next few years especially among individuals and small accounts.

The perspective of this research includes not only office spaces, but a wider panorama of activities like furniture for small hotels, B&B, bar/restaurants, co-working and home offices, a market which is heavily in the hand of distributors (both small and large) due to its high fragmentation and the reduced average dimensions

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