Lawyer-turned-bagel consultant Beth George helps entrepreneurs around the world start their own bagel business

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

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Virtual Event to Bring Together Top Business Minds to Imagine, Collaborate and Create a Better World

The event will focus on six key challenges the world is facing today: environment and climate action, future of Europe and global regions, migration and refugees, the economy, cybersecurity and disease outbreaks.

GENEVA, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — YPO, the global leadership community of more than 29,000 chief executives, and International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies, will co-host the upcoming virtual

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Ballarat accommodation provider has concerns over how fines will shape incoming business | The Courier

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A LEADING Ballarat accommodation provider wants clarity on how overseas-based online travel agents can withhold information from properties given thousands of dollars of fines could be placed on businesses if they let people from locked down areas stay. Gavin James, who runs Lake Wendouree Luxury Apartments, is calling for more protection for businesses which can be fined up to $10,000 if the wrong person visits their property. He

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Delta: Most Corp. Customers Have Resumed Some Level of Business Travel

Delta Air Lines executives on Tuesday reported a “modest improvement” in corporate demand, though third-quarter business travel volumes remained a small fraction of pre-pandemic levels.

The carrier reported $3.1 billion in operating revenue for the third quarter, down 76 percent year over year. That demonstrates a “steady improvement” from the second quarter, when revenue was just 10 percent of 2019 levels, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said in an earnings call.

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How pandemic bento boxes became their own care package and a new business model

Growing up outside of Tokyo, Chef Kenji Miyaishi’s mother used to send him off with bento boxes of onigiri rice balls, karaage fried chicken, tamago-yaki egg omelets and vegetables from her garden.

Now, as he’s pivoted his upscale restaurant in Napa, California, to prepare and deliver bento boxes amid the pandemic, he says he aims to serve with the same values of precision, culture and care his mother did.

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Zurich offers enhanced Business Travel Accident insurance in COVID era

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Zurich North America is introducing an enhanced Business Travel Accident Insurance solution that can help employers protect their employees in a world facing increasingly complex risks, underscored by a year of COVID-19, civil unrest and record-setting wildfires.

Zurich’s next-generation business travel accident solution offers customizable coverages that include emergency overseas medical care, medical and security evacuation and repatriation, and travel inconvenience. The solution’s

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Silver Airways to resume flights from Charleston to 3 Florida cities; 1-way fares from $49 | Business

NORTH CHARLESTON — A Florida-based airline waylaid in its return to Charleston by the coronavirus has set a new date for touching down in the Lowcountry again.

Silver Airways of Fort Lauderdale will resume flights Nov. 23 eight times a week to Orlando, Tampa and its home base.

The carrier will fly to Orlando and Tampa three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and will travel to Fort

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LCY Airport CEO stresses importance of business air travel recovery

Robert Sinclair has emphasised the importance of business air travel to the economic recovery prospects of the UK after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The importance of domestic and international travel to the economic prospects of individual businesses and the wider economy has been highlighted in a new report by WPI Strategy. The report reveals that the majority of UK business leaders see air travel as key to their future economic prospects

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Singapore, Indonesia agree to launch green lane for essential business and official travel

SINGAPORE: Singapore and Indonesia have agreed to set up a reciprocal green lane (RGL) for essential business and official travel between both countries.

Applications for the RGL will open on Oct 26 and travel will start soon after, Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said on Monday (Oct 12).

The agreement comes less than two months after MFA said on Aug 25 that Singapore and Indonesia planned to

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With Disney+ in the spotlight, Disney revamps its business around streaming

Emboldened by the success of Disney+, Walt Disney Co. is reorganizing its massive entertainment and media operations to focus on creating content for its streaming services in a major effort to accelerate its direct-to-consumer strategy, the company said Monday.



Disney on Monday announced a major restructuring of its content business to focus on streaming. (Reed Saxon / Associated Press)


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Disney on Monday announced a major restructuring of its content business to focus on streaming. (Reed Saxon / Associated Press)

Under the new corporate structure,

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Indonesia creates essential business, diplomatic travel corridor with Singapore – SE Asia

Indonesia has completed negotiations to establish a travel corridor with Singapore to facilitate urgent diplomatic missions and essential business trips between the two countries amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said at a press conference on Monday that the arrangement, dubbed the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL), would come into effect on Oct. 26.

“Trips [via the corridor] may be available within several days in accordance with Indonesia’s

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Japan to ease curbs on short-term business travel with Vietnam – Yomiuri

A woman rubs her hands with sanitizer at a check-in counter amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak at Haneda airport in Tokyo, Japan June 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan and Vietnam will allow short-term business travel with each other as they aim to boost their economies following travel curbs to rein in the coronavirus, the Yomiuri daily said on Saturday.

The pact, which will take effect

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Business trip during pandemic: testing, empty airports, lonely takeout

  • Alan Kearl is a beauty industry executive experienced in operations, finance, and strategy.
  • After losing his job during the pandemic, he was sheltering in place in Maine.
  • So he had mixed emotions when he was offered a consulting gig that would require travel.
  • Overall, he’s felt safe traveling, but has noticed a lot of big changes in airports and hotels.
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7 Ways to Look After Your Health When Travelling for Business

 


Health and wellbeing can easily take a back seat with any job when you’re working hard. It’s even more of a risk when you’re traveling for business and concerned more with not missing your flight than you are about making sure you’ve had a healthy meal.


Looking after your health when travelling for business is a must, and here are seven ways you can do so.



  1. Plan Time for Rest
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Revamped Charlevoix hotel opens for guests | Business

Following extensive redesign and expansion work during the past two years, a downtown Charlevoix hotel site recently reopened with a new identity.

As part of the project, a hotel at 120 Michigan Ave. — which was built in 1959, originally known as Earl Young’s Weathervane Lodge and commonly referred to as The Lodge in recent years — transitioned into a boutique property dubbed Hotel Earl, which opened for guests in

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How hard have North Iowa hotels been hit this summer? | Business

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an endless array of costs both tangible a…

Along with the potential for jobs to be lost, the lodging industry having problems also has the ability to impact local government in a major way.

One source of revenue that municipalities rely on is the Hotel/Motel Tax. In 2018, the City of Mason City took in $414,629 from the tax while Visit Mason

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Transportation business in Maine still running on empty, months into pandemic

More than half a year since the pandemic brought U.S. travel to a grinding halt, a significant number of would-be passengers still are avoiding airline, bus and rail travel to and from Maine.

Passenger counts on air and rail connections to the state, even during the busy summer season, have remained dramatically lower than a year ago. Meanwhile, traffic on state roads has largely rebounded after cratering this spring.

That

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Family Express rolls out new bean-to-cup coffee machines and tea from Four Seasons Hotels | Northwest Indiana Business Headlines

Not one, not two, but three times Munster Donut closed in 2016 year; once due to water damage, another time because of a car accident and again because of underground pipe removal and replacement. Each time was met with a flurry of concern from the local community.

“Do people not know this is a NWI landmark of baked deliciousness?” Leticia Lacey Lopez commented on Facebook after the second car crash.

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Should Luxury Build Resale Into Its Business Model? | BoF Professional, This Week in Fashion

Resale is shaping up to be one of the big winners of the pandemic. Even as wider fashion sales slump significantly, the secondary market is exploding. According to a recent report by ThredUp, online second-hand sales of fashion goods are set to grow 69 percent between 2019 and 2021, as sellers clean out their closets for extra cash, and Covid-wary buyers avoid physical stores and seek bargains online.

In the

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