Loan application – Alba Ruthenicae http://albaruthenicae.info/ Sun, 06 Feb 2022 11:42:26 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://albaruthenicae.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-06T145847.214-150x150.png Loan application – Alba Ruthenicae http://albaruthenicae.info/ 32 32 CIM Group closes $89.0 million construction loan to AMCAL for apartment building in Northern California https://albaruthenicae.info/cim-group-closes-89-0-million-construction-loan-to-amcal-for-apartment-building-in-northern-california/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:07 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/cim-group-closes-89-0-million-construction-loan-to-amcal-for-apartment-building-in-northern-california/ LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CIM Group, a community-focused owner, operator, lender and developer of real estate and infrastructure, announced today that it has closed an $89.0 million construction loan to AMCAL, a major developer of market-rate, affordable, labor-intensive housing in California, Texas, and Washington. The loan will finance the development of Bayview, a seven-story building with 186 […]]]>

LOS ANGELES–()–CIM Group, a community-focused owner, operator, lender and developer of real estate and infrastructure, announced today that it has closed an $89.0 million construction loan to AMCAL, a major developer of market-rate, affordable, labor-intensive housing in California, Texas, and Washington. The loan will finance the development of Bayview, a seven-story building with 186 apartments and 257 parking spaces located on a 2.3-acre site in Emeryville, California.

The property’s 186 units are designed with floor plans ranging from studios to three-bedroom units and townhouse-style residences, and offer stunning panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate and bridges. of the bay. Facilities at the property include a fitness center, co-working spaces, clubhouse, and indoor/outdoor rooftop terrace. Construction is expected to begin this month.

The financing was arranged by Bryan Gortikov of Gortikov Capital.

CIM Group is an active lender which, through its CIM Real Estate Credit Strategies business, recently completed a $121.3 million bridge loan to refinance and provide future rental capital to owners of a 342,742 square foot office space in San Diego’s Mission Valley submarket, and an $83 million bridge loan secured by the 334-unit The Whit Apartments in Indianapolis, IN. CIM Group continues to seek opportunities to provide senior and subordinated bridge bridge loans for commercial real estate projects with strong sponsors.

CIM Group applies its extensive experience as an owner, operator and developer of all types of commercial real estate to its lending strategy, differentiating the company from many other lending providers. Through mortgage and mezzanine lending, CIM provides bridge and construction financing to commercial real estate owners and developers in major U.S. markets and works with borrowers to offer a range of lending solutions.

To learn more about CIM Group’s credit strategies, visit www.cimgroup.com/crecs.

About CIM Group

CIM is a community-driven real estate and infrastructure owner, operator, lender and developer. Since 1994, CIM has sought to create value in projects and positively impact the lives of people in communities across the Americas by completing more than $60 billion in critical real estate and infrastructure projects. CIM’s diverse team of experts apply their extensive knowledge and disciplined approach to the hands-on management of real estate assets, from due diligence to operations to disposition. CIM strives to make a meaningful difference in the world by executing key environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives and improving every community in which it invests. For more information, visit www.cimgroup.com.

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DU Field Notes: Best Stops Using Light Rail/Public Transit https://albaruthenicae.info/du-field-notes-best-stops-using-light-rail-public-transit/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:07 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/du-field-notes-best-stops-using-light-rail-public-transit/ In this series, the DU Newsroom introduces readers to the world outside of campus by exploring Denver and the near beyond. When DU students (full-time baccalaureate and some graduates while class is in progress), staff and full-time faculty benefit from an RTD CollegePass or EcoPass, they essentially get a passport to everything Denver has to […]]]>

In this series, the DU Newsroom introduces readers to the world outside of campus by exploring Denver and the near beyond.

When DU students (full-time baccalaureate and some graduates while class is in progress), staff and full-time faculty benefit from an RTD CollegePass or EcoPass, they essentially get a passport to everything Denver has to offer. RTD’s bus and train network serves nearly 3.1 million people and covers 2,342 square miles, which the DU community can travel for free.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, RTD has continued to move forward, but with new rules for runners:

  • All passengers are required to wear face masks.
  • Capacity is limited to around 15 passengers per bus, 20 on larger buses, and 30 passengers per carriage.
  • If you are unable to maintain a social distance of 6 feet, do not board. Instead, wait for the next vehicle.

A major light rail stop at the north end of campus and a pair of bus lines that stop nearby provide countless ways to access adventure and get acquainted with the landmarks, nooks and crannies of Denver – which are still operational during the pandemic.

Union Station

Photo by Ellen Jaksol

What has become the symbol of Denver’s rebirth is also the city’s great connector. Union Station offers an easy way to reach the airport (via RTD’s A line), the foothills (with W Line, G Line or Flatiron Flyer buses), the ski slopes (on CDOT’s new Bustang service) or the bustling downtown Denver. Of course, staying in the classic yet contemporary Great Hall works too. Shops and restaurants are everywhere and an energetic town is right outside the doors.

How to get there from DU: Take the E line northbound to Union Station.

Fun fact: Union Station was, when completed in 1881, the tallest structure in the West. The City of Denver renovated and reopened the building in 2014.

The Denver Zoo

denver zoo

Photo courtesy of Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo began with just one bear – a gift to Mayor Thomas McMurry in 1896. Not being the ideal pet, the bear was allowed to live in City Park, where it was soon joined by bison, birds, prairie dogs and wolves, according to the Denver Public Library. Today, the 80-acre zoo hosts 3,600 animals and a variety of fun and quirky events for all ages, in all seasons.

How to get there from DU: Take the Route 24 bus northbound to the York Street and 23rd Avenue stop. Walk half a mile east (into City Park) to reach the zoo entrance.

Fun Fact: The Denver Zoo was the first in North America get rid of cages and bars, providing natural habitats for his animals.

The Bluffs regional trail

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Photo by Visit Denver

The Bluffs Regional Trail is the perfect escape when you need a quick getaway and a dose of vitamin D. An easy walk on the 2.7 mile loop may only yield a 200 elevation gain feet, but it offers rewarding views of the Denver metro area, prairie vegetation, wildlife, and the state’s famous Front Range mountain range. Bikes, dogs, and picnics are welcome, but don’t expect a lot of shade. (Sunscreen is a must.)

How to get there from DU: Take the E line southbound to Sky Ridge station. Walk or bike 1.2 miles southwest to reach the trailhead.

Fun fact: pike peak, visible from the trail on a clear day, is the most visited mountain in North America. It is named after Zebulon Pike, who “discovered” the mountain in 1806 (indigenous people had lived there for over a millennium). It turns out that Pike failed in his attempt to climb it.

16th Street Mall

16th Street Mall

Photo by Visit Denver

It’s a bit kitschy and could definitely be classed as a tourist trap, but the outdoor pedestrian mall on 16th Street is another must visit. Tantalise your taste buds at one of the many catering kiosks or purchase this symbolic souvenir for your friends and family. Take advantage of the free MallRide to ride all 18 blocks – and don’t miss the state capital and Civic Center Park to the east.

How to get there from DU: Head north E-line to Union Station or the F or H lines northbound to 16th and California Street.

Fun Fact: The 16th Street Mall, which opened in 1982, was designed by internationally renowned architect IM Pei.

Santa Fe Arts District

Santa Fe Arts District

Photo by Visit Denver

Tucked away in an often overlooked corner of Denver, the Santa Fe Arts District comes alive on the first Friday of each month with an artistic walk through the many galleries in the neighborhood. The food is good too, with a pluralized palate that includes Jamaican, Ethiopian and Latin American flavors.

How to get there from DU: Take the E, F, or H line northbound to the 10th and Osage stop and walk southeast (the heart of the neighborhood is at 8th and Santa Fe).

Fun fact: the neighborhood is also home to Denver’s oldest restaurant, Buckhorn Stock Exchange, located a few steps from the tram stop.

Denver Botanical Gardens

Botanical gardens

Photo by Visit Denver

Planted on 24 acres of carefully cultivated space, the Denver Botanical Gardens offers an escape from the metropolis. The flora is diverse, sown in such a way as to showcase plants that are both native and adapted to western climates. But the gardens also offer many places to relax, read or relax. A full schedule of activities and events includes yoga classes and a summer concert series. Students get a discount on entry with ID.

How to get there from DU: Take the Route 24 bus northbound to the Josephine Street and 9th Avenue stop.

Fun fact: the gardens are located next to Denver’s Cheesman Park, which was once a cemetery. Truly.

Cherry Creek Mall and Shopping District

Cherry Stream

Photo by Visit Denver

When “where can I buy…?” is the question, Cherry Creek is often the answer. The shopping center at the intersection of the University and the 1st offers an exhaustive range of fashion, food and decoration stores. A newly remodeled movie theater provides an escape for a date or a rainy day. The surrounding shopping district is full of restaurants and shops. And an expansive farmers market runs in season on Saturdays and Wednesdays.

How to get there from DU: Take the Route 24 bus northbound to the University Boulevard and Cherry Creek North stop.

Fun fact: the (real) Cherry Creek once served as a dividing line between two separate municipalities – Denver City and Auraria – which is why the road network runs north to south on one side of the river and east to west on the other.

Arvada Old Town

Arvada Old Town

For small-town charm a stone’s throw from the big city, check out Arvada Old Town, filled with shops, galleries and plenty of options to eat or drink. To keep the fun going this summer (and stay safe), the city has blocked off stretches of its streets for dining and lounging.

How to get there from DU: Take the E line northbound to Union Station and change to the G line to the Olde Town Arvada stop.

Fun fact: Arvada was once known as the “Celery Capital of the World,” in recognition of its Easter celery, which was served for holiday dinners at the White House in the early 1900s.

Five Points

five points

Photo by Evan Semon

Few places in Colorado’s capital have such a rich history as the Five Points District, so named for the unique convergence of streets in its center. Known as the “Harlem of the West”, Five Points has once hosted jazz legends like Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis. Today, it hosts lively outdoor street festivals and boasts a resurgent list of restaurants, bars and public art.

How to get there from DU: Take the F or H line northbound to the 18th and California stop; take the L line and drive to the 27th and Welton stop.

Fun fact: The “Green Book” a guide to African-American hideaways that became the basis of an Oscar-winning film, lists several Five Points locations, including his iconic Rossonian Hotel, once known for being home to one of the West’s most famous jazz clubs .

Golden

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Photo by Tamara Chapman

The Colorado foothills provide an easy and accessible introduction for those who want to enjoy the state’s natural playgrounds. Take the W line to its terminus at Golden and the hiking, biking, and climbing opportunities abound. Moreover, the famous Red Rocks State Park is just a short Uber or Lyft ride.

How to get there: Take the Line E northbound to the Auraria West stop; take the W line westbound to the JeffCo Government Center station.

Fun Fact: Before statehood, Golden City was the capital of the Territory of Colorado. The former legislative building is now a restaurant, the Grill of the old Capitol.

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Can student loans be revoked? The Ministry of Education says yes https://albaruthenicae.info/can-student-loans-be-revoked-the-ministry-of-education-says-yes/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:07 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/can-student-loans-be-revoked-the-ministry-of-education-says-yes/ ROHNERT PARK, Calif., September 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, some student borrowers in default have been notified that their loans have been cancelled. People can be very hesitant when it comes to news about their student loans, especially when it’s not a common thing to hear about. But this reminder is very real. Ameritech Financial, […]]]>

ROHNERT PARK, Calif., September 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, some student borrowers in default have been notified that their loans have been cancelled. People can be very hesitant when it comes to news about their student loans, especially when it’s not a common thing to hear about. But this reminder is very real. Ameritech Financial, a document preparation services company that helps troubled borrowers apply for federal repayment programs, says this kind of change could potentially benefit troubled borrowers in the long run.

“There is always a need for changes to the student loan crisis that we have. Hopefully the upcoming changes are for the best,” said Tom Knickerbocker, Executive Vice President at Ameritech Financial. So what does a recalled student loan entail? Collection agencies are normally responsible for collecting funds from delinquent loans, but after some inspections, the Department of Education (DoE) found that these collection agencies only have a collection rate of a little more than 3%. So now the DoE is taking back control of these loans, in a way it says is friendlier to borrowers, and will also cost taxpayers less since there will be no third-party fees.

It will take some time for the DoE to buy back more student loans, and even longer to see how effective it all is. But seeing the DoE working on issues like this will hopefully prompt changes in other aspects for the better as well. For borrowers currently struggling with their loans, qualified borrowers can seek assistance from Ameritech Financial to apply for Federal Income-Based Repayment Plans. These repayment plans can potentially lower a borrower’s monthly payments and put them on track for student loan forgiveness after 20 to 25 years of participating in the particular repayment program. “At Ameritech Financial, we believe borrowers shouldn’t have to struggle with repayment, and that’s why our business strives to help borrowers better understand their situation and help them in the ways we we can toward financial well-being,” Knickerbocker said.

About Ameritech Financial

Ameritech Financial is a private company located in Rohnert Park, California. Ameritech Financial has already helped thousands of consumers complete financial analyzes and prepare student loan documents to apply for federal student loan repayment programs offered by the Department of Education.

Each Ameritech Financial telephone representative has received Certified Student Loan Professional certification from the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA).

Ameritech Financial prides itself on its exceptional customer service.

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For more information about Ameritech Financial, please contact:

Ameritech Financial

5789 State Farm Drive #265

Rohnert Park, California 94928

1-800-792-8621

[email protected]

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St. John’s professor immortalized in award-winning documentary https://albaruthenicae.info/st-johns-professor-immortalized-in-award-winning-documentary/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:06 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/st-johns-professor-immortalized-in-award-winning-documentary/ October 28, 2020 A new documentary film, Hold your firewhich chronicles the groundbreaking research and life’s work of Harvey Schlossberg, Ph.D., a veteran New York Police Department (NYPD) psychologist and longtime and recently retired St. John’s University professor, has recently received the second annual Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Award for Film. The film was […]]]>
October 28, 2020

A new documentary film, Hold your firewhich chronicles the groundbreaking research and life’s work of Harvey Schlossberg, Ph.D., a veteran New York Police Department (NYPD) psychologist and longtime and recently retired St. John’s University professor, has recently received the second annual Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Award for Film.

The film was chosen from 151 submissions by a panel of scholars and expert filmmakers and won a $200,000 finishing grant for the film’s director, Emmy-nominated screenwriter and director Stefan Forbes. The award was presented in a virtual ceremony held remotely from Washington, DC, featuring the Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, Ph.D.and others in a celebration of the power of storytelling and collective history.

Speaking at the ceremony, American filmmaker Ken Burns said:Hold your fire is an extraordinary examination of policing in America. As we find ourselves re-examining the relationship between the police and communities of color, this film resurfaces at a critical moment in that history.

Dr. Schlossberg, who taught at St. John’s for 27 years, is a former NYPD officer, clinical psychologist and Freudian psychoanalyst, and the founder of modern crisis negotiation.

He founded the NYPD’s Psychological Services Department and established the unit’s behavioral, emotional, and cognitive framework that still exists today and has been replicated around the world.

“I am both humbled and proud of the documentary and am confident that when completed, it will serve as an important educational tool that will continue what we began at the NYPD nearly 50 years ago,” said Dr. Schlossberg.

Half a century ago, the need for better hostage negotiation became apparent after a series of high-profile hostage events in the early 1970s, including the Attica prison uprising; the August 1972 botched bank robbery in Brooklyn, NY, in which the police response was improvised at the scene and later inspired the Al Pacino film, dog afternoon; and the tragic terrorist attack of the same year at the Munich Olympics.

Hold your fire chronicles the infamous 1973 hostage siege of a Brooklyn sporting goods store that would become the longest hostage siege in NYPD history. After a botched robbery, a violent shootout and the murder of an NYPD officer, 11 people were held hostage by four men from January 19 to 21, with the gunmen threatening to hold until death.

Dr. Schlossberg, who was a patrolman at the time known to his colleagues in the department for having obtained a doctorate. in psychology, spent 14 hours trying to assess the psychology of the gunmen and advising senior police officials on whether to wait out the situation or use force to storm the store. Eventually, the situation was resolved peacefully when the gunmen surrendered.

In addition to his distinguished career in law enforcement, Dr. Schlossberg is the author of the book Psychologist with a gun and pioneering methods of hostage negotiation and crisis de-escalation. He has trained over 70,000 crisis negotiators worldwide and his innovative theories have been adopted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement agencies. He worked on nearly every high-profile investigation, including the “Son of Sam” case that terrorized New York in the summer of 1977.

Known for taking notes but not necessarily organizing them, Dr. Schlossberg plans to donate his records to the University archives in the hope that future generations of psychology students and law enforcement professionals will learn from his research.

In a statement, Dr. Hayden, the Librarian of Congress, said: “Ken and I were both impressed with this documentary. Hold your fire is a gripping and powerful look at a little-known moment in history that has profound implications for how we understand policing today.

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MK Decision Partners with First Bank of Alabama for Credit Card Issuance System https://albaruthenicae.info/mk-decision-partners-with-first-bank-of-alabama-for-credit-card-issuance-system/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:05 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/mk-decision-partners-with-first-bank-of-alabama-for-credit-card-issuance-system/ With the help of MK, we become a better institution for our customers through informative marketing pages, mobile apps and faster decisions. SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) March 04, 2021 MK Decision (MK), a FinTech provider of digital account opening and loan arrangementin partnership with First Bank of Alabamaan Alabama community bank with assets of $719 […]]]>

With the help of MK, we become a better institution for our customers through informative marketing pages, mobile apps and faster decisions.

MK Decision (MK), a FinTech provider of digital account opening and loan arrangementin partnership with First Bank of Alabamaan Alabama community bank with assets of $719 million, to transform their institution’s credit card program from paper-based applications to digitally onboarding customers.

After being introduced by ICBA Bank Cardthe payment subsidiary of Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), the First Bank of Alabama implemented the MKs Credit card issuance system (CCOS) to provide an online shopping experience for their credit card customers and simplified subscription processes for their internal teams.

“At First Bank of Alabama, we pride ourselves on the excellent service our empowered employees provide to the communities we serve,” said the bank’s CEO. Chad Jones. “True to our mission, I turned to my team to find the right supplier for our digital transformation. Ease of implementation is a testament to MK’s service, transparency and diligent approach to project management. With the help of MK, we become a better institution for our customers through informative marketing pages, mobile apps and faster decisions. »

MK’s CCOS aligns closely with First Bank of Alabama’s mission to provide exceptional service by introducing Customer account to keep applicants informed after application. CustomerAccount offers a cloud-based platform for electronic signatures on agreements, document uploads, and automated status updates. Since implementation, First Bank of Alabama has experienced a 200% growth in request volume.

In addition to improving their online client experience, First Bank of Alabama invested in its internal teams by introducing a loan origination system with real-time credit decision. With fraud on the rise, MK has built its platform to ensure identity verification in every decision. MK CreditConnect integrates with credit bureaus to generate automatic OFAC and MLA checks, dramatically reducing First Bank of Alabama’s underwriting time by 50%.

Driven by its mission to strengthen local economies, MK provides community financial institutions with the technology they need to serve their customers online and compete with megabanks. “First Bank of Alabama has its eyes on the future and its vision is centered on its customers, which makes its partnership with MK Decision not only natural but strategic,” said the CEO of MK. Har Rai Khalsa. “As their digital strategy accelerates, MK is committed to continuously improving our platform to support their transformation. Working with their compliance and marketing teams, we have deployed a customer-centric mindset to reduce the burden of compliance while maximizing the customer experience.”

In recognition of consumer demand for digital financial services, MK has expanded its product line to support both sides of the balance sheet with deposits and credit cards. To foster lasting relationships with future generations, First Bank of Alabama looks to MK as inspiration for its digital roadmap. Together, the pair will deliver the custom-centric culture of First Bank of Alabama through MK’s cloud platform where marketing and decision-making converge.

About the MK Decision

MK Decision’s mission is to help community financial institutions thrive by receiving more deposits and more loans. With a commitment to strengthening local economies, MK’s platform gives community banks a competitive edge through simple, engaging customer experiences and streamlined workflows for bankers. The MK platform supports a variety of financial products, including checking and savings accounts, credit cards, and personal, commercial, small business, and indirect loans. So far, MK has helped over 200 community banks acquire customers online. MK was founded in 2015 and is based in San Diego, CA.

About First Bank of Alabama

First Bank of Alabama has operated for more than 170 years in Talladega, Alabama and surrounding areas. Today, we remain dedicated to the same principles on which we were founded in 1848. We continually improve our products and services to meet the needs of our customers. When you bank with First Bank of Alabama, you can expect the same great service from the friendly, hometown faces that have always been a part of our banking tradition PLUS you get all the modern banking conveniences of ‘today.

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New poll reveals pandemic’s impact on black-owned small businesses – News https://albaruthenicae.info/new-poll-reveals-pandemics-impact-on-black-owned-small-businesses-news/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:04 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/new-poll-reveals-pandemics-impact-on-black-owned-small-businesses-news/ According to a new survey by change color and Main Street Alliancemany black-owned small businesses are on the brink of extinction, with 46% of respondents already forced to close or planning to close in the next six months. The new national poll polled 600 small business owners representing a range of demographics about […]]]>

  • According to a new survey by change color and Main Street Alliancemany black-owned small businesses are on the brink of extinction, with 46% of respondents already forced to close or planning to close in the next six months.
  • The new national poll polled 600 small business owners representing a range of demographics about the impact of COVID-19 on their businesses as well as their views on federal coronavirus relief measures.
  • A summary of the main takeaways can be found here.



According to the press release issued by the Main Street AllianceThe findings of the new survey reinforce the need for improved and immediate government assistance to save Black small businesses and the communities they support.

“Our new poll emphasizes what so many Black small business owners already know: Unless Congress works quickly to pass new relief legislation and address the racial inequities that exist in current relief measures, a disproportionate number of small black businesses will shut down forever,” said Color of Change President Rashad Robinson. “Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities. The devastating consequences of these closures will ripple through Black communities and last for generations. Our federal government can’t wait any longer to provide immediate and accessible help to Black small businesses. »

Black-owned businesses not only generate billions of dollars for the economy each year and create thousands of jobs, but also provide critical pathways to upward mobility and independence for black people, generate monetary support for racial justice causes and create physical spaces where employees and community members can engage in meaningful activism.

“As Senate Republicans scramble to push through the installation of a new Supreme Court justice, the stakes right now couldn’t be higher for millions of small businesses and working families across our country. countries that are suffering financial devastation from the ongoing economic impacts of COVID,” said Amanda Ballantyne, Executive Director of Main Street Alliance. “Our survey results are clear on what small business owners think they need to be successful. With the right investments in long-term federal assistance designed to rebuild our struggling small business sector, we can not only stem the tide of economic loss, we can rebuild our economy and put us on the path to a more fair and sustainable where small business owners and workers can thrive. But we don’t have months to wait.

Survey shows that while subsidies are a priority for all business groups, black business owners are more likely to view federal subsidies as a top priority compared to other racial groups, indicating the need for direct subsidies rather than loans as well as measures such as the establishment of PPPs. asides for companies with ten or fewer employees – a category in which an overwhelming majority of black companies fall.


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Methodology:

Lake Research Partners designed and administered this survey which was conducted online nationwide between August 31 and September 16, 2020. The survey reached a total of 600 small business owners with oversamples of 100 small business owners black businesses and 100 Latinx or Asian American or Pacific Islander people. small business owners. The sample was selected from an online panel of small business owners and respondents were selected to be the current owner of a small business in the United States, who operates and makes decisions for the business , operates a for-profit business and employs 0-49 employees including themselves and excluding contractors, with a cap of 25% of respondents who employed 1 person before the pandemic and who currently employ 1. To ensure that data reflects attributes of the actual population of small business owners in the United States, the core sample was weighted by gender, region, age, race, and number of employees before the COVID-19 pandemic. The sample of black small business owners was weighted by gender and age. The sample of Latino and Asian Pacific Islander small business owners was weighted by gender, region, race, and number of employees prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The overall margin of error for the entire sample is +/- 4.0.

About Change Color:

Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force with more than 7 million members, we inspire decision makers in business and government to create a more humane and less hostile world for black people in America.

About Main Street Alliance:

The Main Street Alliance is a national network of small business coalitions working to give a new voice to small business on important public policy issues. Main Street Alliance members work across the country to develop policies that work for business owners, their employees and the communities they serve.

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Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Industry Overview to 2026 https://albaruthenicae.info/global-liquid-and-powdered-dairy-products-industry-overview-to-2026/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:04 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/global-liquid-and-powdered-dairy-products-industry-overview-to-2026/ Dublin, April 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market 2020, Size, Share, Growth Outlook and Opportunities, Forecast to 2026” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report is a comprehensive work on Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products markets, companies, types, applications and end users. It is structured […]]]>

Dublin, April 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market 2020, Size, Share, Growth Outlook and Opportunities, Forecast to 2026” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report is a comprehensive work on Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products markets, companies, types, applications and end users. It is structured to analyze and forecast the Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products market size of various types, applications, and industries. Both short-term and long-term trends affecting the market landscape are included. Additionally, market drivers, restraints, and potential opportunities are also provided in the report.

The liquid and powdered dairy products market is expected to witness a steady growth rate over the forecast period, driven by growing demand from emerging markets. Increasing family disposable incomes coupled with enhanced purchasing power will support the liquid and powdered dairy products market growth between 2020 and 2026.

Given the rapidly changing market landscape, companies are changing their prospects for expansion beyond traditional markets. In addition to focusing on expanding applications and introducing new product portfolios, most food companies plan to expand into domestic and international markets.

The research study analyzes liquid and powdered dairy products at global, regional and country level, with the analysis of different types of liquid and powdered dairy products included in the research. Product diversification, broadening of application scope and investment in expanding into new markets are observed as the main strategies of liquid and powdered dairy products companies in the recent past.

The Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products report calculates the 2020 market value in terms of revenue based on the average prices of Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products. The study forecasts the market size to 2026 for different types of liquid and powdered dairy products and compares the growth rates between markets.

The research study examines the emerging strategies of liquid and powdered dairy product suppliers in the short to medium term. Top five companies of Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products industry along with their products, SWOT analysis and comparison are provided.

The global liquid and powdered dairy products market size is categorized into different types, applications and geographies. At each region level, the Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products market share by types and applications is provided. The five geographies covered in the report include North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, South America and Central America. In addition, the market value of liquid and powdered dairy products at the national level is also provided.

The latest liquid and powder dairy news and deals, including mergers, acquisitions, contract awards, licensing, product launches, and expansion plans, are included in the report.

  • Base year-2019; Forecast period: 2020-2026

  • Publication frequency-Every six months

  • Research Methodology – Both top down and bottom up approaches are used for market sizing

Report Scope:

  • Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Industry Size Outlook, 2020-2026

  • Market trends, drivers, restraints and opportunities

  • Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

  • Types of liquid and powdered dairy products, 2020-2026

  • Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Applications and Vertical End User Market Size, 2020-2026

  • Liquid and powdered dairy products market size by country, 2020-2026

  • 5 leading companies in the sector – overview, SWOT, financials and products

  • Latest news and market developments

Main topics covered:

1. Table of Contents
1.1 List of tables
1.2 List of Figures

2. Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Trends, Outlook and Business Prospects, 2020 – 2026
2.1 Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Overview
2.2 Key Strategies of Leading Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Companies
2.3 Emerging Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Trends, 2020- 2026
2.3.1 Fast Growing Types of Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products, 2020- 2026
2.3.2 Fast Growing Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Application Industry, 2020 – 2026
2.3.3 Most Promising Countries for Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Sales, 2020- 2026
2.4 Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Drivers and Restraints
2.4.1. Growth engines until 2026
2.4.2 Potential constraints until 2026
2.5 Five Forces Analysis of Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market
2.5.1 Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Industry Attractiveness Index, 2020
2.5.2 Threat of new entrants
2.5.3 Bargaining power of suppliers
2.5.4 Bargaining power of buyers
2.5.5 Intensity of competitive rivalry
2.5.6 Threat of Substitutes

3. Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
3.1 Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook, 2020 – 2026
3.2 Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
3.3 Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020- 2026
3.4 Global Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Region, 2020- 2026

4. Asia-Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
4.1 Asia-Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook, 2020- 2026
4.2 Asia-Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
4.3 Asia-Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020- 2026
4.4 Asia-Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Country, 2020- 2026
4.5 Key Companies in Asia Pacific Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market

5. Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
5.1 Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook 2020- 2026
5.2 Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
5.3 Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020- 2026
5.4 Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Country, 2020- 2026
5.5 Key Companies in Europe Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market

6. North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
6.1 North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook, 2020- 2026
6.2 North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
6.3 North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020- 2026
6.4 North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Country, 2020- 2026
6.5 Key Companies in North America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market

7. South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
7.1 South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook 2020- 2026
7.2 South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
7.3 South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020-2026
7.4 South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Country, 2020- 2026
7.5 Key Companies in South & Central America Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market

8. Middle East & Africa Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size, Share and Outlook to 2026
8.1 Middle East & Africa Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Value Outlook 2020- 2026
8.2 Middle East & Africa Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Type, 2020- 2026
8.3 Middle East & Africa Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Application, 2020-2026
8.4 Middle East & Africa Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market Size and Share Outlook by Country, 2020- 2026
8.5 Key Companies in the Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Market in Middle East & Africa

9. Major Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Companies
9.1 Major Players
9.2 Liquid and Powdered Dairy Products Business- SWOT and Financial Analysis Review
9.2.1 Snapshot
9.2.2 SWOT Analysis
9.2.3 Description of the activity
9.2.4 Products and services
9.2.5 Financial analysis

10. Latest news and offers on liquid and powdered dairy products

11 Appendix
11.1 Editor’s Expertise
11.2 Research methodology
11.3 Annual subscriptions
11.4 Contact details

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Performing Arts Library’s award-winning collection can be kept in Surrey https://albaruthenicae.info/performing-arts-librarys-award-winning-collection-can-be-kept-in-surrey/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:03 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/performing-arts-librarys-award-winning-collection-can-be-kept-in-surrey/ One of England’s three largest collections of performing arts loan material can be kept and will be moved to Woking town centre. On Tuesday March 16, the New Surrey Performing Arts Library (NewSPAL) obtained planning permission to move into Morris House on Commercial Way, next to Betfred and Lloyds Bank. The move, described as a […]]]>

One of England’s three largest collections of performing arts loan material can be kept and will be moved to Woking town centre.

On Tuesday March 16, the New Surrey Performing Arts Library (NewSPAL) obtained planning permission to move into Morris House on Commercial Way, next to Betfred and Lloyds Bank.

The move, described as a “significant milestone” in the library project, will ensure the preservation of a comprehensive collection of several thousand items accumulated over more than 40 years.

The collection – which has won several awards of excellence from the UK branch of the International Association of Music Libraries – consists of 206,000 scores for choirs, orchestras and chamber music, scripts for plays, CDs, DVDs and books on music, theater and dance. .



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Previously housed at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, the library faced an uncertain future when Surrey County Council (SCC) proposed funding cuts in 2017, and there were fears the collection could be split.

But NewSPAL, a charity set up by and for library users, was given permission by SCC in 2019 to take it over.

It is currently managed by the Ewell Library Board, but should be transferred to NewSPAL by this summer.

Canalside Woking Councilor Tahir Aziz said: “I want to congratulate the charity for working so hard and getting this off the ground.

“It’s a real pleasure to see this library settle in our city.”

Planning Committee member Cllr Graham Cundy said the arrival of the specialist lending and reference library would complement the move of the Italia Conti School of Dance and Theater to Victoria Square.

“This app represents the start of our main street rebranding,” he said.

“We’ll see more people come to town to have experiences, rather than just to buy items.”



Morris House, Woking, where NewSPAL will house the performing arts collection

NewSPAL chairman Mark Welling said: “It is good news for the council and residents of Woking to be able to bring nationally significant cultural amenities to the town center as part of a more diverse mix of ‘uses, in the context of the sharp decline in traditional retail.

“NewSPAL looks forward to getting the project back on track over the summer.

“There is still a lot of work to be done and more money to be raised to complete the project, but we very much hope that we will be able to open the new library in Woking before the end of the year.”

It plans to lend to Surrey and beyond, offering lower rates to county residents and groups.

Donations can be made here.

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Statement of EVO Transportation & Energy Services, Inc. https://albaruthenicae.info/statement-of-evo-transportation-energy-services-inc/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:02 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/statement-of-evo-transportation-energy-services-inc/ PHOENIX, May 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EVO Transportation & Energy Services, Inc. (EVO) (OTC Pink: EVOA) has applied for and received a Paycheck Protection Program loan under the CARES Act to support its activity during the coronavirus pandemic affecting the country. EVO qualified for the program according to “Alternative Size Standards” explicitly set forth […]]]>

PHOENIX, May 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EVO Transportation & Energy Services, Inc. (EVO) (OTC Pink: EVOA) has applied for and received a Paycheck Protection Program loan under the CARES Act to support its activity during the coronavirus pandemic affecting the country. EVO qualified for the program according to “Alternative Size Standards” explicitly set forth in guidelines issued by the US Treasury Department and the US Small Business Administration for businesses with less than $15 million in tangible net worth and less $5 million in income in each of the last two taxation years. The other size standards apply regardless of the number of employees an applicant has.

As a critical service provider for the United States Postal Service and other shipping customers, payroll financing has allowed EVO to continue operations at a time of financial hardship for the company and serious market upheaval in the country. EVO is made up of multi-generational American companies employing drivers, dispatchers, mechanics and support staff who have served USPS and other shippers for decades.

EVO received a letter from the U.S. House of Representatives Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, ostensibly because EVO is a public information company and received proceeds from the PPP. However, unlike other companies cited by the subcommittee, EVO’s shares are highly illiquid and rarely trade, EVO does not have access to capital markets (it unsuccessfully sought in March to raise funds from third parties in a private placement) and currently almost all shares of EVO investors are unable to sell shares. EVO’s small market float is measured in thousands of dollars, not hundreds of millions of dollars. All of these factors support EVO’s PPP application which complied with the letter and spirit of the law. EVO has and will continue to use PPP proceeds for payroll.

EVO prides itself on the critical and essential services provided by its workforce who have continued to make deliveries day in and day out across the country, including some of the regions hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. The proceeds from the PPP enabled EVO to fulfill its obligations to carry out this important work. The return of the product could jeopardize the survival of EVO and the more than 1,600 jobs that exist through the continued operation of EVO.

EVO is grateful to the U.S. Congress for passing the CARES Act, and to the U.S. Treasury and the U.S. Small Business Administration for quickly establishing guidelines that specifically allow companies like EVO to qualify for the PPP revenue.

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Harlem loses fitness stores in pandemic, fueling health gap fears https://albaruthenicae.info/harlem-loses-fitness-stores-in-pandemic-fueling-health-gap-fears/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 05:31:01 +0000 https://albaruthenicae.info/harlem-loses-fitness-stores-in-pandemic-fueling-health-gap-fears/ HARLEM, NY – Among the many casualties of the pandemic in Harlem, one has flown under the radar: locally-owned fitness and wellness businesses, nearly half of which have closed in the neighborhood since last year , according to neighborhood leaders. At least nine gyms, fitness and yoga studios and other wellness-focused businesses in Harlem have […]]]>

HARLEM, NY – Among the many casualties of the pandemic in Harlem, one has flown under the radar: locally-owned fitness and wellness businesses, nearly half of which have closed in the neighborhood since last year , according to neighborhood leaders.

At least nine gyms, fitness and yoga studios and other wellness-focused businesses in Harlem have closed permanently since the pandemic began, according to Carey King, director of the Uptown Grand Central neighborhood nonprofit. , who listed with the owners of a few remaining businesses.

“It’s really tough for fitness studios right now because we’re literally about to close all year,” said Tammeca Rochester, founder and owner of Harlem cycle. “There is no contingency plan that you have a full year of closure.”

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Some fear the losses will worsen already severe public health disparities in central and east Harlem, both of which have above-average rates rates obesity, diabetes and hypertension, according to city data.

Tammeca Rochester is the founder of Harlem Cycle, a community-driven studio that has managed to survive the pandemic. (Courtesy of Tammeca Rochester)

All of these conditions can worsen COVID-19 cases, which helps explain why Harlem’s death rates have been among the highest in Manhattan, Rochester noted.

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“Our neighborhood has been hit the hardest when it comes to COVID cases because one, we have the most essential workers, two, we’ve been plagued by preventable diseases from generation to generation,” he said. she stated.

“The government does not talk about fitness”

Companies that have closed locations in Harlem this year include: Sword Class, ISH Yoga, Metropolis Fitness, Revolutionary Fitness, Superior Fitness, Balanced Pilates, Bikram Yoga Harlem, Shaktibarre and Bread and Yoga (which still has a studio in Inwood).

Many of them had opened in the past five years — part of a wellness boom in Harlem, which had far fewer such businesses a decade ago.

Vivian Williams-Kurutz was one such pioneer, having given her first yoga class in Harlem in 2003.

“More than 95% of people who came through our doors were practicing yoga for the very first time,” said Williams-Kurutz, who later founded the nonprofit. Harlem Wellness Center.

A pre-pandemic class at the Harlem Wellness Center, a donation-based nonprofit. (Courtesy of Vivian Williams-Kurutz)

The donation-based wellness center has weathered the pandemic even as its 127th Street studio has stood empty for the past year. Yet the pandemic has not spared her patrons: At a recent memorial service hosted by Williams-Kurutz, “a woman came to represent 45 people around her whom she lost to COVID,” he said. she declared.

Rochester kept the lights on at Harlem Cycle through private grants for minority women-owned businesses, she said. Meanwhile, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s decision to reopen fitness studios this week will have little impact on Harlem businesses, which have such a small footprint that the 33% capacity limit gives them little reason to bring customers back.

Other than a single PPP loan, the federal government has been of little help, Rochester said.

“The government doesn’t talk about fitness at all,” she said. “You see a lot of rescue money coming to restaurants and other industries, but they’ve completely left out the one we need the most.”

“Make people move”

Now, seeking to prevent further closures, a handful of about 11 surviving Harlem fitness studios are coming together to offer free virtual classes, hoping to get neighbors thinking about wellness after a year essentially sedentary.

Kick-off on Sunday “Spring Into Fitness Sampler” will feature three weeks of virtual classes hosted by a rotating cast of local businesses, including Harlem Cycle and Wellness Center.

“The idea is just to bring attention to the issue of businesses closing,” said King, who helped organize the event through Uptown Grand Central. “Getting people moving and getting them excited about moving – and maybe enrolling in paid classes afterwards.”

Rather than competing, banding together can help studios survive the pandemic, Williams-Kurutz said.

“If you pull logs apart in a fire, they will burn,” she said. “But if you put them together, they will burn brighter.”

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