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FRAMINGHAM, Mass., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Triple G Ventures LLC, a transformational business management consultancy obsessed with delivering pragmatic business growth acceleration, today announced its expanding portfolio of strategic partners and clients.
Gregg Stein’s Triple G Ventures, Agile Business Growth Firm, Expands to Help Entrepreneurs Navigate Tough Times
Triple G Ventures expanding client portfolio now includes partnerships with, Artiphon Inc. – designing new instruments to empower the next billion musicians, ASI Audio x Sensaphonics – bringing active ambient in ear-monitoring audio technology to performers, Caravan Interactive – solving business problems with design, data, and software, Centralized – an AI manager for music artists, to solve the problem of 10s of millions of artists needing guidance and only a few thousand qualified and available managers, DAR.WIN – a personalization engine powered by AI and machine learning to increase sales and ad views for online retailers and online publishers,
Even with the green light from Kemp, gyms are struggling to stay open with the COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines in place.
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Governor Brian Kemp gave gyms and fitness centers the green light to open back up at the end of April.
On Tuesday, 13WMAZ spoke with two business owners to see how things have been going.
Gina Heaton is a member at Max Fitness in Warner Robins and she says she’s happy to be back in the gym.
“I love to exercise, it’s my outlet. It’s a stress reliever… especially with everything going on,” Heaton said.
The owner, Tom Crawford, says they have new guidelines and safety measures in place.
“Separation on all our treadmills and cardio. It’s every other piece of equipment to give the six-foot. We ask all members and guests to please wipe down equipment, but we come right behind them doing the same thing,” he said.
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The stock market was volatile on Tuesday after posting solid gains to start the week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJINDICES: ^DJI) was up 0.37% at 1:10 p.m. EDT today, outperforming the other major indexes.
One thing keeping the stock market in check could be comments from Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell, who warned on Tuesday that too little government aid would lead to a weak economic recovery. Congress has yet to agree on additional stimulus measures, and an agreement does not appear close.
Shares of Boeing (NYSE: BA) were moving in the wrong direction on Tuesday after the airplane manufacturer predicted a difficult decade ahead. Meanwhile, the stock of Walmart (NYSE: WMT) was little changed after the retailer announced an insurance brokerage business.
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Boeing forecasts tough years ahead
The coronavirus pandemic has greatly reduced demand for air travel. While the number of daily air passengers