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  • Case Study: How One Company's Thought-Leadership Content Is Driving New Business, Exposure

    by Kimberly Smith

    Emulate these best-practices for launching a well-trafficked corporate blog, and you’ll be well on your way to establishing yourself as a trusted authority in your marketplace. more

  • Case Study: How a Mom-and-Pop Operation Turned Itself Into a Cult Brand

    by Kimberly Smith

    Coconut Bliss’s grassroots, customer-focused efforts have enabled the company to establish a nationwide presence in just a few short years, while nurturing an incredibly strong and genuine passion among customers. more

  • Case Study: How Pioneer Achieved a Whopping 60%+ Click-Through Rate for Its Online Ads

    by Kimberly Smith

    Here’s how Pioneer Electronics earned amazing click-through rates on its targeted online ads. more

  • Case Study: Lessons From Martin Guitars: Three Ways to Survive a Downturn

    by Kimberly Smith

    C. F. Martin & Co. survived the Civil
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Small Business Receives Million Dollar NSF Grant

Lapovations LLC, a small business formed at the University of Arkansas, received a $999,429 Small Business Innovation Research Phase II grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant builds on the success of its $225,000 Phase I grant and will be used to develop and commercialize its products.

Lapovations is a medical device company that focuses on improving laparoscopy, or minimally invasive abdominal surgery. The company was formed in the New Venture Development program presented by the U of A’s Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. In 2018, Lapovations became the most successful startup competition team in U of A history, winning seven state, regional and national business plan competitions, placing second in two others, and earning more than $305,000 in cash and investment prizes.

In 2019 Lapovations was awarded a $50,000 grant by Arkansas Economic Development Commission as part of the Arkansas Small Business Innovation Research Matching Grant Program.  Lapovations

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JPMorgan Didn’t Signal a Turning Point for the Economy

Analysts predicted that JPMorgan would earmark another $2.4 billion for potentially bad loans in the three months through September, a period defined by gridlock among Washington lawmakers over another round of fiscal aid as the Covid-19 pandemic flared up across the U.S.

Instead, it set aside just $611 million.

That figure is stunning. Not only was it far below analysts’ expectations, but it was down $903 million from a year earlier. The low provisions for credit losses make it seem “as if Covid-19 never happened,” said Octavio Marenzi, chief executive officer of consulting firm Opimas, and “strongly suggested that JPMorgan Chase had overestimated the impact of the epidemic on credit losses.” And JPMorgan doesn’t look like an outlier — Citigroup Inc. also set aside about $1.5 billion less for bad loans in the third quarter than analysts had expected.  

Still, I would take a breath before declaring this an all-clear

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Global Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) Market Trajectory & Analytics Report 2020

The “Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global market for Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM)is projected to reach US$1.5 billion by 2025, driven by the growing use of UAVs in the commercial and industrial sectors and the resulting risk of overcrowding of the skies.

UAVs forecast to be the most dynamic growth sector of the global aerospace industry. This expanding use of unmanned systems is due to advances in technology and reductions in size, risks, and costs that remotely operated systems offer. With new commercial applications emerging at rapid rates, commercial drones are forecast to witness massive increase in sales and registration.

Benefits offered by drone to businesses include greater efficiency of operations; reduced costs; ability to handle risky operations without human interventions; ability to collect, retrieve and interpret data with unmatched accuracy and speed and continues innovation in

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Singapore’s economy contracted by 7% year-on-year in the third quarter, official estimates show

  • Singapore’s economy contracted by 7% in the third quarter compared with a year ago, according to official estimates released by the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
  • The country’s central bank — Monetary Authority of Singapore — said it kept its exchange-rate based monetary policy on hold.



a man standing in front of a building: A man wearing a protective face mask walks past an indoor waterfall at Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore.


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A man wearing a protective face mask walks past an indoor waterfall at Jewel Changi Airport in Singapore.

SINGAPORE — Singapore’s economy contracted by 7% in the third quarter compared with a year ago, according to official estimates released by the Ministry of Trade and Industry on Wednesday.

That slightly missed the 6.8% year-over-year contraction forecast by a Reuters poll of analysts, and was significantly slower than the 13.3% year-on-year decline in the previous quarter.

Video: U.S. futures point to mixed open as earnings come into focus (CNBC)

U.S. futures point to mixed open as earnings come into focus

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WWII Museum picks new management company for The Higgins Hotel | Business News

The National WWII Museum board has chosen a new management company to run its $66.5 million Higgins Hotel and Conference Center, which opened next door to the museum just under a year ago.

The Atlanta-based Davidson Hotels & Resorts group has taken over management of the 230-room “Curio by Hilton”-branded hotel, which like most of the hotels in New Orleans has been running at severely depleted occupancy levels since spring because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Chicago-based Hostmark Hospitality Group, had been the management company for the Higgins since the project was first conceived in 2017 as an extension of the museum, with WWII tributes like the Rosie the Riveter-themed rooftop bar, wartime memorabilia adorning much of its interior, as well as offering educational crossover activities.

Though beset by several construction delays, which resulted in ongoing lawsuits against some of the engineers who’d worked on the project, the art deco-styled hotel

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ANTS, Thailand’s Leading Provider of Digital Marketing Solutions Tailored as Per Business Needs | Oct 13, 2020

Nonthaburi, Thailand — (SBWIRE) — 10/13/2020 — ANTS, Advance Network Technology & Services is pleased to present Platform SMA, the most innovative, comprehensive, customizable and easy to use bulk SMS platform for businesses. The platform has got some amazing features such as resending the SMS within 48 hours if the recipients do not receive SMS because they are not in the receiving area; to be able to set the date-time for sending communications before or after an event; automatic detection of wrong and duplicate phone numbers and refraining from sending the messages to such numbers; guaranteed delivery within 5 seconds; direct connection with AIS, DTAC and TRUE; ability to create short URLs to save characters on the send page; and many more.

Businesses can also measure the campaign outreach of the Bulk SMS service and its effectiveness with the help of delivery reports. The platform also provides an opportunity for

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Singapore’s economy contracted 7% in 3rd quarter of 2020

Singapore’s GDP contracted 7 per cent on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter of 2020,  an improvement from the 13.3 per cent contraction in the second quarter.

The improved performance of the Singapore economy came on the back of the phased re-opening of the economy following the Circuit Breaker implemented between April 7 and June 1. 

In a press statement on Wednesday, October 14, Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) said the manufacturing sector grew by two per cent on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter, a reversal from the 0.8 per cent contraction in the previous quarter.



Marina Bay Sands over a body of water: Singapore's GDP contracted 7 per cent on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter of 2020. Photo: Connected to India


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Singapore’s GDP contracted 7 per cent on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter of 2020. Photo: Connected to India

The construction sector shrank by 44.7 per cent on a year-on-year basis in the third quarter, extending the 59.9 per cent decline in the previous quarter.

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Apple ship-from-store strategy ends total reliance on centralized distribution

Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) unprecedented move to ship upcoming iPhone 12 orders from its stores may be a one-shot deal prompted by the unusual economic conditions of 2020. Or it may be the start of a sustainable trend for a company whose centralized distribution strategy is as old as Apple itself.

In any case, Apple’s immense influence could compel other businesses that may be on the ship-from-store pool deck to dive in. John Richardson,vice president of supply chain analytics for Transportation Insight LLC., a transport consultancy in Hickory, North Carolina, said whenever Apple does anything new and different to provide customers with value-added options, millions of firms stand up and take notice. Somewhat overshadowed by its marketing and design brilliance is the fact that Apple is considered by many professionals to have one of the best-performing supply chains in the world.

Citing people familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported late Friday

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