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GREENWICH, Conn., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Southfield Capital, a premier lower middle market private equity firm, and Milrose Consultants (“Milrose” or the “Company”), a leading provider of building code compliance, fulfillment and consulting solutions, announced today a strategic partnership with Permit Advisors, a full-service permit expediting and consulting firm based in Beverly Hills, CA.
Founded by President Roy Hasson in 2008, Permit Advisors offers full-service permit project management solutions to clients across the country. Due to its efficient expediting, high success rate, and world-class team of project managers, Permit Advisors has developed strong relationships with clients in the corporate, retail, automotive, hospitality and healthcare sectors throughout the U.S.
Milrose Consultants and Permit Advisors will leverage each other’s capabilities and geographic reach to better serve clients by offering an expanded service portfolio across a national footprint.
Domenick Chieco, CEO of Milrose Consultants, commented, “The combined Milrose and Permit
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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Permit Advisors is excited to formally announce a strategic partnership with Milrose Consultants, a national leader in code consulting and municipal compliance based in New York City.
For over three decades, Milrose Consultants has successfully navigated the complex municipal compliance path and accelerated occupancy for its many clients. Thanks to them, projects like One Vanderbilt, Macy’s Herald Square, Madison Square Garden, Goldman Sachs Tower, and many more were completed efficiently and on time.
Permit Advisors, based in Beverly Hills, California, is a nationwide, permit expediting firm with strong relationships in every major jurisdiction in the U.S. Due to its high success rate, efficient expediting, and a world-class team of project managers, Permit Advisors has gained the trust and respect of some of the nation’s top corporations in retail, hospitality, automotive, corporate interior, and healthcare sectors.
Alongside Milrose Consultants, Permit
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MOORESVILLE, N.C., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — David Neagle’s Life Is Now Inc., a global business coaching company, has recently announced its virtual Art of Success Summit to be held October 20th to the 22nd. This three-day, live streamed seminar is for entrepreneurs, consultants, small business owners and CEOs who want to not only learn how to adapt to this changing world but, thrive in it.
“Our world is in a time of change like we have never seen before, and it’s requiring entrepreneurs and business owners to step up to a level of mindset and action and be able to adapt to the changes that are happening”, said David Neagle, President at Life Is Now Inc.
Neagle continued, “my goal for the Art of Success Summit is to help struggling small business owners who are frustrated, worried, and overwhelmed to be confident and in control of their
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- The management consulting market declined by $30 billion due to decreased client demand during the coronavirus pandemic, but certain areas are still growing.
- Experts told Business Insider that technology, healthcare, and strategy consulting remain steady areas of growth for major firms like KPMG, McKinsey, and Boston Consulting Group.
- Consultants with specializations in digital transformation, corporate turnarounds, and cybersecurity are in higher demand right now.
- Here are the practice areas that will expand in response to the coronavirus and how much they pay.
- Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
If you’re looking for a job in management consulting right now, it pays to be in a booming sector.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended the management-consulting industry. The market for consultants has declined this year to an estimated $132 billion from $160 billion because of decreased client demand, according to research platform Statista. The crisis put a strain on corporate budgets,
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The public benefit corporation that runs Nassau University Medical Center could run a deficit of up to $197 million next year without significant outside subsidies, and must change the way it does business in order to survive, a consultant for the hospital’s financial control board has found.
NuHealth, which runs Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, faces large annual deficits for the foreseeable future, and “cannot continue operating as it currently does and expect to grow its way out of its financial problems,” consultant Alvarez & Marsal, of Manhattan, said in a 38-page report.
The report, commissioned by the Nassau Interim Finance Authority, a state board that controls NuHealth’s finances, said NuHealth faces an operating loss of $112 million to $197 million in 2021.
“Sometimes you find a place that has been so undermanaged, that when you do a productivity report, you are able to close the gap. In
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WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s vow to skip the next debate if it is held virtually delighted supporters but confounded observers who say he risks throwing away one of his last best chances to change the course of a race he is currently losing.
“The president’s threat to walk away from a virtual debate is a power move that seems almost certain to backfire,” said Liam Donovan, a Republican strategist.
“This debate may be the last best opportunity to score a game-changing moment or otherwise hope to impact the trajectory of this race before it’s too late,” he added. “It’s also one of the few remaining speed bumps for Vice President Biden, and Trump would be doing Joe a real favor by letting him off the hook.”
The non-partisan Commission on Presidential Debates announced Thursday it would hold the town hall face off virtually to “protect the health and safety
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After four years of selling massagers on Amazon, one seller noticed in March 2019 that his most popular product had split into two separate listings, one for each color. He contacted Amazon, who resolved the issue. But, within a day, the product listing split again.
“I was very surprised,” Michael, who asked that only his first name be used out of fear of retaliation, told NBC News. “I was thinking that Amazon basically has some checks for these kinds of situations.”
For months, he woke up to new issues on his top-selling massager product. One day the bullet points on the products changed. Another day the images changed. At one point, the product was recategorized as an adult toy. Each time, he reached out to Amazon to resolve the issue. In July 2019, Amazon told him the product had been suspended because it was categorized as a prohibited medical device.