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UPDATED: More than 50 businesses are participating in the second annual Small Business Festival on Thursday | Mid-Missouri News

COLUMBIA – The Columbia Chamber of Commerce hosted its second annual Small Business Festival on Thursday. Several hundred people attended the event, which featured food, live music and other family-friendly activities. “Small businesses are truly the lifeblood of Columbia,” said Heather Hargrove, director of business development for Liberty Family Medicine. “We’re very fortunate to have …

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Many stories behind the cars on the Monument Cruise | Republican Herald

ANGOLA — There’s a lot of nostalgia on the Angola cruise to the Monument. There were plenty of emotional moments at Wednesday’s event, as many of the retro car owners said they bought their vehicles because they used to drive similar cars in high school. Now they’re willing to drive from Ohio and Michigan to …

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Virginia moves to regulate a high-cost small business financing option

The coolest weather since last May moves into Thursday night. Astronomical autumn begins at 9:03 PM this evening. A complex and often high-cost financing option for small businesses will be easier to follow with an order from the State Corporation Commission dictating what providers must tell users. The option, called sales-based financing, is an advance …

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Danville hiring more economic development, tourism staff to handle increased workload | Local business news

Danville’s tourism and economic development office is hiring more employees to handle an increased workload due to more inquiries from industries and the addition of the regional tourism program. bad “Due to increased potential activity and the addition of a regional tourism program to our office, new positions were needed to better support activity within …

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THIS WEEK IN THE ARTS | Live music, Little Shop of Horrors, football and more | area

Parking day, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m K-State students will transform the parallel space into a temporary park with pedestrian activities. Manhattan Public Library, 629 Poyntz Ave. Paxico Blues Festival, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m Local food, blues music and more. Music schedule: Luxem, Saunders and Dixey at 11 a.m.; Grand Marquis at …

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Porchfest will feature 70 artists in a series of walkable afternoon concerts | entertainment

A look at this month’s events in metro Omaha. Porchfest returns this fall for the fourth time and will feature its biggest concert line-up to date. The music, dance and poetry festival is once again taking place in the Gifford Park neighborhood, located around 33rd and California streets. It will be from noon to 6 …

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Spryker partners with a business intelligence solution

BERLIN and NEW YORK, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Spryker, a leading platform for B2B and B2C business marketplaces, Thing Commerce and Unified Commerce, has partnered with minubo to deliver an all-in-one, ready-to-use use business intelligence. The partnership brings together business intelligence and composition to provide a simple and scalable way to achieve end-to-end …

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BAT study: cigarettes that do not need to be burned reduce the health risks of smokers | local

The conclusion of a one-year research study of 267 people in the United Kingdom found a prominent reduced-risk role for British American Tobacco Plc’s traditional glo cigarette compared to traditional cigarettes. The final report was published last week by the Journal of Internal and Emergency Medicine. A six-month preliminary report was released on July 1. …

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