Category: business strategies

Activated Carbon Market 2020 Key Business Strategies, Technology Innovation and Regional Data Analysis to 2025

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Sep 03, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
The Activated Carbon Market is expected to exceed more than US$ 10.50 Billion by 2024 at a CAGR more than of 9.5%. Organic material with high carbon content is processed to manufacture activated carbon. Physical sorption is main property of activated carbon that is helpful for purification, decaffeination, metal finishing, medicine, filters and removal of waste material and fuel storage. Liquid and vapourish part of atomic number 6 enhances its uses in removal of lead, dissolved radon, different odor-causing compounds and mercury.

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The serious health risks by drinking impure waters are rising perpetually among customers. increased water treatments,

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Bryan Noonan Joins Juncture Wealth Strategies to Serve High Net Worth clients in Scottsdale, Arizona

Juncture Wealth Strategies, a national financial planning and investment advisory firm, is proud to announce today that Bryan Noonan will be joining their team as a Senior Wealth Advisor to serve high net worth families, professionals, and business owners from our Scottsdale Office.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) September 05, 2020

Bryan will be joining Juncture Wealth Strategies from Edward Jones where he served as a Financial Advisor in the Scottsdale, Arizona. His extensive experience in financial planning will help grow the firm’s presence with High Net Worth and Ultra High Net Worth families across the country.

Additionally, Bryan’s background and experience include:

  • 16-years as both a Scottsdale resident and Financial Services professional.
  • Expertise of building strategies for complex financial goals through asset allocation, risk management and legacy planning.

“I am thrilled to be joining back up with a team I have had phenomenal working relationships with in the past!” says Bryan.

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How to Keep Your Business Flexible in a Post-Covid Reopening

How to Keep Your Business Flexible in a Post-Covid Reopening

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How to Keep Your Business Flexible in a Post-Covid Reopening

Four ways to prepare your business for reopening.


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Businesses all over the country are beginning to reopen, but that doesn’t mean the pandemic is no longer a threat. If you’re thinking about reopening, you should be prepared to instate changes to keep your employees and your customers safe. Doing so will improve the health of your local community, allow your business to remain open, and even improve your business’s reputation–attracting more customers and warmer interactions in the meantime.

But more than that, you’ll need to remain flexible and adaptable; as we learn more about the coronavirus and as we adapt culturally, your business will need to “roll with the punches” to remain relevant, respected, healthy, and safe.

1. Write and Keep Updating

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Navigate Your Business Through A Recession With A Solid Marketing Strategy

Michael Plummer, Jr. is President/CEO/CTO of Our Town America, the nation’s premier New Mover Marketing franchise.

As small businesses tighten their purse strings to ride out the economic downturn, developing a cost-effective, comprehensive marketing strategy that focuses on building local customers is key to weathering the storm.

Remote workplaces mean more Americans are relying on businesses that are close to home, and companies can use targeted marketing to take advantage of this new normal. Up to 85% of small business customers come from a five-mile radius, a study conducted by 8coupons (via BizReport) found. According to the Andersonville Study of Retail Economics, “local firms were found to generate 70% greater local economic impact than chains per square foot.” Supporting local businesses is a top priority for American consumers, as a recent study by Nielsen found that buying local had the highest consumer awareness at 46%.

Stay-at-home orders and

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15 Expert Strategies For Managing Your New Business’s Financial Risk

New business owners are experts in what their companies sell or provide. However, some entrepreneurs may not know as much about the financial side of running a business—including managing risk. With startups facing a steep road to survival in the first few years, it’s vital for new business owners to learn the ropes of financial risk management, even if they outsource the management of the details.

To help new business owners get a grasp of what they’ll need to know, 15 experts from Forbes Finance Council share actionable strategies below.

1. Ensure you’re operating with the correct structure.

Cross your t’s and dot your i’s. It seems like a cliché, but it is essential to have the proper business structure—LLC versus S Corp versus C Corp—to protect yourself and

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