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Ontrack Studio Announces Next-Gen Management Solution

Ontrack Studio

Ontrack Studio announced the next-generation management solution as a revolutionary step towards empowering small and medium-sized businesses to grow their business productivity. The key focus is to enable the fitness and wellness industry to boost their revenue by automating their administrative processes while emphasizing expansion opportunities.

CEO of Ontrack Studio, said, “With the rapid growth of the digital-first economy, small businesses are left with limited technology spending and resources. Ontrack Studio is an outstanding business management software that comes as a ray of hope for many fitness and wellness businesses. It allows for easy organization of complex business operations. Thus, the software is affordable and an ideal option for businesses that run under tightest budgets.”

“Ontrack Studio is a perfect management solution for businesses looking forward to automating their customer’s appointment scheduling. Moreover, the software manages the administrative tasks and reduce the workload to a noticeable extent. Not

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Business Intel: Dance studio to open in Salem | Business Local

A new dance studio is coming to Salem.

Arianna Thompson plans to hold the first classes at En L’air Academy of Dance and Acrobatics on Oct. 5. Thompson said she’s been a dance educator for 11 years and has a bachelor’s degree in fine arts in dance.

Her studio will offer ballet, jazz, acrobatics, hip-hop, modern and contemporary styles of dance to students ages 3 to 18.

Thompson said she’s been dreaming of opening her own studio her whole life, even when she was a little girl. She enjoys teaching kids, who can gain confidence from dance.

Thompson, who is a speech language pathologist for Roanoke City Public Schools during the day, is new to the area, though she attended Radford University.

“There’s a lot of artistic

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Kickboxing studio owner sues Murphy for forcing her to close business during pandemic

The owner of a Franklin Borough kickboxing studio has sued Gov. Phil Murphy, claiming the governor’s shutdown orders at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic requires businesses to be financially compensated while forced to be closed.

CKO Kickboxing owner Darlene Pallay says Murphy violated a portion of the state’s Disaster Control Act when the governor signed Executive Order 104 on March 19.

“(Murphy) did not follow the law, because he did not order that the affected property owners be compensated, forcing private owners to pay for a public benefit,” one of Pallay’s attorneys Robert W. Ferguson said. “In essence, the governor’s edicts, as he has ruled for the last six months, have been paid for by New Jersey’s small businesses.”

A spokesman for Murphy didn’t immediately return a message from NJ Advance Media seeking comment.

The suit claims that the Disaster Control Act requires Murphy to establish an emergency compensation

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SBA Awards Timothy Porter of Appddiction Studio, LLC of Texas as 2020 Small Business Person of …

Washington, Sept. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration recognized this year’s Small Business Person of the Year, Timothy Porter of  Appddiction Studio, LLC, of Texas, during the 2020 National Small Business Week virtual ceremony.

“It is my honor to announce Timothy Porter of Appddiction Studio, LLC, is this year’s national Small Business Person of the Year. After serving his country in the U.S. military, Timothy used SBA resources to propel his entrepreneurial passion into a thriving small business,” said Administrator Jovita Carranza. “Through the 8(a) Business Development Program, Timothy was able to navigate the federal marketplace and grow his company successfully. Today, Appddiction Studio, LLC, is a nationally recognized, veteran-owned company providing innovative IT solutions to government and corporate entities. Timothy’s determination, grit, and ingenuity characterize so many small business owners. His efforts, as well as those of tens of millions of entrepreneurs around the

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Cox Business Convention Center launches video production studio to help clients go virtual | Entertainment



COX BUSINESS CONVENTION CENTER

The Cox Business Convention Center received a new “face,” a three-story glass entrance, as part of a $55 million renovation. CBCC announced it is ready to help clients go virtual.




Cox Business Convention Center added a new service and created studio production packages to help clients temporarily shift gears into online events.

The CBCC Video Production Studio is available for booking in the venue’s Legacy Hall, formerly Assembly Hall. The studio packages provide lights, stage dressing, audio and video and the ASM Tulsa/CBCC Technical Services team (technical director, audio Operator, camera Operators).

“With the CBCC Video Production Studio, we’re able to provide clients with an equipped studio space and an experienced team able to help create the content needed for online events,” said Seth Bailey, ASM Tulsa director of technology. “The ASM Tulsa team provides in-house audio, video and technical support for both BOK Center and

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Marietta Couple Acquire DIY Studio; Business ‘Steadily Better’

MARIETTA, GA — It’s a common phrase to hear entrepreneurs speak on taking the “leap,” a crucial move in launching any business. Imagine, though, starting that venture right at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

That’s exactly what happened to one husband and wife duo who purchased a DIY art studio in early March in Marietta, located at 3960 Mary Eliza Trace. Michelle and Steve Gormally became the new owners of Project Studio, which was created in 2016.

“We knew the coronavirus was present, we knew there were a couple of cases in the U.S., but we had no idea we were going to have to shut down,” Michelle told Patch in an interview.

“Going into the pandemic, you have no idea how bad it’s going to get, you just kind of have to go for it,” Steve said.

They told themselves that “even if we don’t see the fruit

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Marietta Couple Opens DIY Art Studio; Business ‘Steadily Better’

MARIETTA, GA — It’s a common phrase to hear entrepreneurs speak on taking the “leap,” a crucial move in launching any business. Imagine, though, starting that venture right at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

That’s exactly what happened to one husband and wife duo who purchased a DIY art studio in early March in Marietta, located at 3960 Mary Eliza Trace. Michelle and Steve Gormally became the new owners of Project Studio, which was created in 2016.

“We knew the coronavirus was present, we knew there were a couple of cases in the U.S., but we had no idea we were going to have to shut down,” Michelle told Patch in an interview.

“Going into the pandemic, you have no idea how bad it’s going to get, you just kind of have to go for it,” Steve said.

They told themselves that “even if we don’t see the fruit

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