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Computer chips aren’t so disposable, however they are equally important as electronic brains for products like smartphones, automobiles, airplanes and most modern appliances. Chip shortages have stalled new automobile manufacturing, made rental vehicles more durable to seek out and complex enterprise even for the dog washing business. Find out how King University Online provides a non-public Computer school training and a public college value point. He is pushed by his … Read More

6 essential SEO tips for tourism businesses

Whether you run a guest house, a game farm, an eatery, an adventure attraction or a transport service, the national lockdown has probably been hard on your tourism or travel business. As the country’s lockdown restrictions ease to level 1, you are no doubt looking forward to being able to welcome guests back to your destination.

Just ask one of our customers, Vinolia Masera, founder of travel and leisure portal,
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Washington cross-border mailbox businesses prepare to sink or swim as travel ban continues

At least once a month Jeff Lewis used to make the 20-minute drive from his home in Surrey, B.C., to pick up packages he had sent to a mailbox service in Blaine, Wash. 

Like many B.C. residents who live near the border, Lewis, 64, used the service to buy U.S. goods not available in Canada or to save on shipping. But Lewis hasn’t been to Blaine since the border closed

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Travel Expert Creates Customized Road Trip Itineraries Supporting Black Businesses

Due to the spread of COVID-19, many Americans were forced to put their vacation plans on hold. With travel derailed—flights to many international destinations have restrictions—many have opted for small road trips instead of a remote getaway. One Black woman entrepreneur used her travel company to create a new series of road trip itineraries complete with Black-owned businesses to stop by along the way.

Kristin Braswell is the owner of

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Evers announces $109 million in grants for Wisconsin small businesses hurt by the pandemic, including hotels, music venues, movie theaters

As the Wisconsin economy continues to struggle six months into the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Tony Evers has announced $109 million in new and renewed grant funding for small businesses.



Tony Evers sitting on a table: Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.


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Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019.

Among those that stand to benefit: music venues, hotels, restaurants, bars, nonprofit cultural venues, and privately owned movie

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Plus size accommodation expert urges businesses to become ‘full-figure friendly’

By Latrishka Thomas

Equality goes beyond race, it encompasses equal access to opportunities for people of all shapes and sizes, is the message that “The Resort Foundation” owner, James King, is seeking to spread.

King is therefore urging the government and businesses to become “people friendly for all people”.

The plus size accommodation expert told Observer that he has received calls from the local taxi association with interest in becoming

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French union demands aid for pet care businesses

A French union representing businesses catering to cats and dogs has demanded the government extend a coronavirus-related grant to animal care services, which are currently not eligible as they are not considered part of the tourism sector.  

The Syndicat National des Professions du Chien et du Chat (SNPCC) wrote in a press release: “Since the beginning of lockdown…pet boarding houses and pet sitters have remained in great difficulty.” 

Emma Robertson,

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‘Eyewatering’ self-catering accommodation restrictions hit Perthshire sports tourism businesses

Restrictions on self catering accommodation in Scotland have had an “eyewatering” impact on rural tourism businesses, it has been claimed.

Businesses have hit back at the restrictions, saying they have had tens of thousands of pounds worth of cancellations within days of the announcement.

Since September 25, people from more than one household have not been allowed to stay in self-catered accommodation together while current restrictions on indoor private gatherings

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NYC tourism savings program: Here’s how businesses can get involved

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — New York City’s marketing and destination office, NYC & Company, launched a local tourism initiative to entice New Yorkers to visit local destinations, cultural sites, and restaurants. And local businesses across the five boroughs can submit their offer to participate in the program.

The effort, called “All In NYC: Neighborhood Getaways” is offering 150 ideas and ways to save — showcasing a lineup of deals at

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NDP to launch 1st part of platform as Liberals tour small businesses Wednesday

The BC NDP is expected to reveal its commitment to the future of long-term care in the province on Wednesday as the provincial election campaign continues.



a man that is standing in the dark: NDP Leader John Horgan is silhouetted against a reflector as he addresses the media during an election campaign stop in Coquitlam, B.C. Tuesday, September 29, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward


NDP Leader John Horgan is silhouetted against a reflector as he addresses the media during an election campaign stop in Coquitlam, B.C. Tuesday, September 29, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

NDP Leader John Horgan will be laying out the party’s first major policy piece

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Tax deferrals for lodging, restaurant businesses – News – Wicked Local Plymouth

Restaurants and hotels and motels don’t have to pay their regular state sales tax, state meals tax and room occupancy taxes, owed between March 2020 through April 2021, until May of 2021.

BOSTON – Restaurants and hotels and motels don’t have to pay their regular state sales tax, state meals tax and room occupancy taxes, owed between March 2020 through April 2021, until May of 2021.

Gov. Charlie Baker has

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Hotel industry, businesses urge governor to relaunch trans-Pacific travel by mid-October

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – The state’s hotel industry and several business leaders are calling on the governor to reopen to trans-Pacific as soon as possible.



a dining room table in front of a building: Many Waikiki hotels closed up shop and have been closed for months.


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Many Waikiki hotels closed up shop and have been closed for months.

“We’re hoping Oct. 1, that’s what he’s talked about. If it ain’t going to happen Oct. 1, it has to happen shortly thereafter,” said Mufi Hannemann, CEO of

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Makati signs P2.5B relief package; to grant P100K cash aid to businesses

MANILA, Philippines — Businesses in Makati can get up to P100,000 financial assistance under the city’s program to boost the local economy and counter the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Makati Mayor Abby Binay announced via Facebook live on Monday that the money would be sourced from the P2.5-billion economic relief package recently passed by the city council.

Under the Makati Assistance and Support to Businesses Program, the city will

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US Travel Association Warns Small Businesses Are in Peril

Small travel businesses are in trouble. Unless members of Congress and the White House act soon, more than half (55 percent) of all small travel businesses in the U.S. are at risk of either taking longer than six months to recover or never recovering at all, says the U.S. Travel Association.



a large building: United States Capitol Building, Washington DC


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United States Capitol Building, Washington DC

Data analytics firm Tourism Economics and the U.S. Travel

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Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Travel The Country To Engage Black Businesses

Former Vice President Joe Biden and his running mate Senator Kamala Harris are actively engaging with small businesses run by African American from battleground states including Michigan to North Carolina in an effort to understand the best ways to build the country back after the coronavirus pandemic. 

Biden held a Black Economic Summit with NBA player and President of the National Basketball Players Association Chris Paul in Charlotte, North Carolina 

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