FAIR LAWN, New Jersey — Beth George, a lawyer-turned-bagel consultant, is taking her unique and exclusive bagel recipe around the world.
Through her consulting business, BYOB Bagels, George is helping entrepreneurs start their own bagel business and guiding them through a recipe she’s been perfecting for over 15 years.
“Bagels are infinite! You just have to know what you’re doing. You can’t just mix anything because there is a science behind it,” said George.
Over the years, she has developed precise techniques, formulas, and teaching methods which have allowed her to consult clients anywhere in the world.
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“Because of COVID a lot of the consulting is done online now. The farthest we’ve traveled is the Horn of Africa, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Paris, Australia, the Bahamas, and the Cayman Islands,” said George.
Las vegas, United States, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Millions of people love watching sports.
The competition, the ebbs and flows, the cheering, and above all the camaraderie built amongst a group watching a game together. Now imagine if you could watch your favorite sport and make a living doing it. Imagine you could win money because your favorite sports team won a game. This isn’t just a fantasy, in fact it’s possible and you can do it too! Meet Daven Cuban, a family man, a devoted sports consultant, and selfless individual who turned his talent and passion for sports into a career that helps turn sports fans into investors.
Stay tuned, Nvule Studios, will cover Daven, a successful sports consultant based in Las Vegas, to give you the information you need to start finding the best value in sports.
BOZEMAN, Mont., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — XY Planning Network (XYPN), a membership organization comprised of more than 1,300 independent fee-for-service financial advisors, today announced that it will not appeal its unfavorable 2nd Circuit ruling on Regulation Best Interest, but it has engaged Duane Thompson, president and founder of Potomac Strategies LLC, an experienced industry lobbyist and fiduciary advocate, to continue its fiduciary fight at the state level. Thompson will assist XYPN in its state advocacy efforts for a fiduciary standard for all financial advice, and that the fee-for-service business model XYPN pioneered be regulated in a manner consistent with other (e.g., assets under management) fee models.
In September 2019, XY Planning Network (XYPN) co-founders Alan Moore and Michael Kitces made waves when they announced their decision to file a lawsuit against the SEC challenging the Regulation Best Interest (Reg BI) rule during the opening of their
The Bronx County clerk who was suspended amid a state criminal probe of a homeless services provider has been moonlighting as a paid consultant to the firm for years, The Post has learned.
Luis Diaz, who makes $210,900 as the county clerk, worked as a paid consultant for Aguila Inc. for at least six years, his annual financial statements filed with the state Office of Court Administration reveal.
Diaz, a former state assemblyman, was paid between $20,000 and $60,000 a year by Aguila from 2013 to 2019, records show.
Given his hefty pay, Diaz’s moonlighting is raising eyebrows in The Bronx.
“It seems to me he’s making plenty as a county clerk. I didn’t know that a county clerk could have outside income,” said one Bronx Democratic Party insider who requested anonymity.
“He’s making the same salary as a state Supreme Court justice!”
Puneet Ahluwalia, a Northern Virginia business consultant, has joined the competition for the GOP’s lieutenant governor nomination in 2021, campaigning on a message of “hope, growth and opportunity.”
Ahluwalia, originally from India, consults with businesses on client acquisition, marketing and strategic affairs. His wife, Nadia, originally from Pakistan, owns an IT services firm that supports companies and government agencies. They became U.S. citizens 14 years ago and have three children in college.
He says he is running because he believes that in a turbulent year, Virginia is in trouble.
“It’s important that we find ways to create jobs, not only in Northern Virginia but in the rest of Virginia,” Ahluwalia said in a telephone interview.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, he said, it’s particularly important to strengthen small businesses.
As for education, he said Virginia must take a “safety first” approach to returning students to classrooms, noting that officials must work
The 2019 pandemic has led to massive changes across industries writ large and no stranger to these changes has been the brand consulting industry. Prior to the coronavirus, the industry faced favorable conditions economically with boosted spending to meet consumer demand. However, following the national crisis striking, this trend reversed leading the industry’s projected growth to decrease. And with this decrease, has also come a transition within the industry to a more predominant focus on digital services than ever before.
Realizing this transition, international brand consultant Cimone Key has risen to meet the increase in demand by supporting clients seeking to leverage their web presences in the new normal. “Now more than ever, we are seeing a transition where most companies are fully embracing the technology scene. This includes: updates to websites to make them