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Kenny Moscot: The Government's Role in Small Business
 
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The Government's Role in Small Business. Question: What tax incentives would you like to see for small businesses?   Kenny Moscot: Some payroll tax relief, small businesses are responsible for employing, I think, a majority of the workforce, and that would be good if there were some incentives for loyalty and some capacity that way. I can't think of the word but to reward employers who are dedicated to their work force in some tax-related way. It's hard, you know. I really care about the people that work for us. We have very little turnover, and it's a labor intensive, you know, I'm not doing keyword arbitrage on the internet where I don't need anyone to work for me. I'm in the retail business. So we need, like, a lot of people. We need, you know, all hands on deck at all the times. So those are very important things to us. Question: Should the government be more involved with helping small businesses grow? Kenny Moscot: I think it's very important because, you know, every big company was small at one point, and I think you need to have forums and places where people can cultivate their ideas without being, you know, overburdened by the tax consequences of trying to execute.  So I think there should be liberties given to small business, you know, some sort of window, you know, maybe relative to the size of the company, where you have some incentive to operate or you get some sort of rebate.  You know, we see it in the real estate market quite often, especially in New York City.  You know, developers are given abatements to build buildings so eventually they can raise the tax base, and it would be nice if we had that in small business as well. Recorded on: 03/25/2008     Question: What tax incentives would you like to see for small businesses?   Kenny Moscot: Some payroll tax relief, small businesses are responsible for employing, I think, a majority of the workforce, and that would be good if there were some incentives for loyalty and some capacity that way. I can't think of the word but to reward employers who are dedicated to their work force in some tax-related way. It's hard, you know. I really care about the people that work for us. We have very little turnover, and it's a labor intensive, you know, I'm not doing keyword arbitrage on the internet where I don't need anyone to work for me. I'm in the retail business. So we need, like, a lot of people. We need, you know, all hands on deck at all the times. So those are very important things to us. Question: Should the government be more involved with helping small businesses grow? Kenny Moscot: I think it's very important because, you know, every big company was small at one point, and I think you need to have forums and places where people can cultivate their ideas without being, you know, overburdened by the tax consequences of trying to execute.  So I think there should be liberties given to small business, you know, some sort of window, you know, maybe relative to the size of the company, where you have some incentive to operate or you get some sort of rebate.  You know, we see it in the real estate market quite often, especially in New York City.  You know, developers are given abatements to build buildings so eventually they can raise the tax base, and it would be nice if we had that in small business as well. Recorded on: 03/25/2008
Views: 574 Big Think
Small Business - Role Of SSI In India
 
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Small Business - Role Of SSI In India Lecture By: Ms. Madhu Bhatia, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
2013 EU SME Assembly  - Governments' Role in Small Business Support Across Europe with Ramon Suarez
 
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http://mothershipuk.com http://betacowork.com Mothership UK caught up with Ramon Suarez - founder of Betacowork in Brussels - at the 2013 EU SME Assembly in Lithuania to chat about his views on the EU's role in supporting SMEs across Europe
Views: 148 Mothership UK
Role of Central & State Government in promoting Entrepreneurship
 
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Subject:Hotel & Tourism Management Paper: Tourism & Hospitality Entrepreneurship and Legal Environment
Views: 444 Vidya-mitra
Private Sector vs.  Public Sector
 
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If you were mailing an extremely important package, you'd probably trust FedEx more than the U.S. Postal Service. But why? Is it because FedEx is a private company, while the post office is run by the government? What are the differences between the "private sector" and the government sector? Why does it matter? Find out in this animated two-minute video. Donate today to PragerU! http://l.prageru.com/2ylo1Yt This video is part of a collaborative business and economics project with Job Creators Network. To learn more about JCN, visit https://www.jobcreatorsnetwork.com. Joining PragerU is free! Sign up now to get all our videos as soon as they're released. http://prageru.com/signup Download Pragerpedia on your iPhone or Android! Thousands of sources and facts at your fingertips. iPhone: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsnbG Android: http://l.prageru.com/2dlsS5e Join Prager United to get new swag every quarter, exclusive early access to our videos, and an annual TownHall phone call with Dennis Prager! http://l.prageru.com/2c9n6ys Join PragerU's text list to have these videos, free merchandise giveaways and breaking announcements sent directly to your phone! https://optin.mobiniti.com/prageru Do you shop on Amazon? Click https://smile.amazon.com and a percentage of every Amazon purchase will be donated to PragerU. Same great products. Same low price. Shopping made meaningful. VISIT PragerU! https://www.prageru.com FOLLOW us! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/prageru Twitter: https://twitter.com/prageru Instagram: https://instagram.com/prageru/ PragerU is on Snapchat! JOIN PragerFORCE! For Students: http://l.prageru.com/29SgPaX JOIN our Educators Network! http://l.prageru.com/2c8vsff Script: If you had something really important to mail, would you head to the Post Office, which is run by the government and considered part of the public sector, or would you go to a place like UPS or FedEx, which are private businesses. Politicians in the media often talk about the private and public sectors of our economy but what's the difference? And which one is more effective? The private sector is made up of businesses or corporations owned by people. The private sector includes malls, grocery stores, and your local diner. To make a profit in the private sector, businesses must earn our money by offering us products and services that we want or need. When businesses have to compete for the same dollars, prices go down because no one wants to pay twice as much for shoes at one store if you can get the same pair cheaper at another place. On the other hand, the public sector is not supported by profits. It doesn't have to compete for our dollars. Instead, the public sector uses our tax dollars to fund its services. So we pay for these programs no matter how much or how little we use them. The government decides how our tax dollars should be spent in the public sector. This makes sense for some things. For example, you probably wouldn't want firefighters or police officers competing with one another for your business. In other cases though, this means things cost more or service is worse. The U.S. Post Office has $100 billion in debt and is regularly bailed out with taxpayer money. And the Department of Motor Vehicles isn't usually known for fast, friendly service. In contrast, private companies know that if they offer poor customer service and don't make money, they'll go out of business. When comparing the private sector with the public sector, it's clear that the market-driven private sector is more efficient. When you don't have to be profitable or accountable, things tend to be more expensive and the service is worse. So when there's a choice between a private sector or a government service, think about that package you really need delivered.
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Role Of Small Business | Class 11 Business Small Business
 
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Role Of Small Business | Class 11 Business Small Business by Anjali Scholarslearning.com is an online education portal that provides interactive study material for students of classes 6th to 12th for CBSE. Complete with elaborate live classes, multimedia tutorials, interactive exercises, practice tests and expert help, we endeavor to make school easy for students and help them score more. We also provide free NCERT solutions, subject-wise synopses and chapter-wise revision notes for classes 6th to 12th for a thorough understanding of concepts right from a basic to an advanced level of difficulty. Download scholarslearning app from android and ios .
Government's Role In Entrepreneurship
 
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How much involvement should government have in the start up of new businesses?
Small Business - Role Of SSI In Rural India
 
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Small Business - Role Of SSI In Rural India Lecture By: Ms. Madhu Bhatia, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
The Role of Government in Providing Trade and Business
 
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Speaker: Rafael Harpaz, Head of Economic Department 1, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Global Security Challenge 2011 "Penetrating, Partnering, Achieving: Go to Market Strategies and Innovation in HLS" Global Security Challenge Europe and Middle East Semifinals (500,000$) U.S. Department of Defense Initiative Held at the MIT Enterprise Forum, Tel Aviv University, Israel 21/9/11
Views: 338 TAUVOD
Incubators and the Role of Government
 
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For anyone starting a business, there’s always challenges ahead. However tech based startups face perhaps even more challenges. This week, SOE looks at the startup culture and some of the options open to them through services known as “Incubators”. An incubator is a safe place to take your startup to the next level, make use of co-working facilities but also access expert advice and business management skills. Incubators will help you to scale your business and help it grow into a viable concern. SOE features Melbourne based incubator YBF Ventures (formerly York Butter Factory), located in the CBD of Melbourne, Australia. Chief of staff Jason Lim explains in detail what they offer and who they help. Right now, hardware startups in Australia face considerable challenges as there aren’t many (if any) incubators with in-house prototyping facilities and services in Australia. YBF Ventures provides access to experts as needed by bringing them in through their huge list of connections, however as Jason Lim explained, “Watch this space”! For more about YBF's programs, including startup bootcamp and more visit http://ybfventures.com SOE also asks “when should this incubation begin?” Through HardworX tour participant, Liam Brennan, we visit Box Hill High School in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, to see that his school has a focus on engineering and maker spaces. Equipped with an engineering faculty no less with lathes, mills, soldering stations and 3D printers, the school fosters early incubation of ideas and practical knowhow. We ask, should these maker spacers feed into university degrees and incubators as part of a cultivated career path? Should government help by providing access to more maker spaces at schools and in the community at large? The tour also participated in an Austrade event held in Shenzhen on one of the nights. Austrade is an Australian government led initiative which helps startups land in 5 key market areas including Singapore, Berlin, Tel Aviv, San Fransisco and Shanghai. This event provided for some interesting presentations including one from a Sydney based company called Eora 3D. CEO Rahul Koduri gave an engaging speech about his experience developing their product and then through Austrade, successfully landed in China to manufacture their product on mass. The 3D scanner they have invented is fascinating and well worth checking out here: https://eora3d.com More about Austrade can be gained by visiting https://www.austrade.gov.au and for the landing pad program: https://www.australiaunlimited.com/Landing-Pads The role of government was hotly debated on the last episode. SOE isn’t in the business of being political but rather more concerned with education. In this episode, the role of government and the tech sector is discussed in more detail and points out that different cultures have different degrees of success and failure. Some argue that any involvement, so long as its not “you can’t do that” is OK from government. Others prefer a more background approach where experts and experienced companies like YBF Ventures are given opportunities to develop strategies in providing the needed services to improve the startup culture. For sure people will have opinions on this. Feel free to voice your opinion in the comments below but do not denigrate our efforts in providing this information to you. Each opinion will be steeped in the culture in which its based and it isn't alway obvious to others how that effects individuals. For more about HardworX visit https://www.hardworx.io For more about this series visit https://www.stateofelectronics.com For more about Jon Oxer visit https://www.superhouse.tv For more about Tom Partridge visit https://www.tectonica.net Don't forget to like, share and contribute to this channel. Your support is very much needed to keep it going. NOTE on "comment" policy: Please understand that this video neither condones nor comments on reputation, labour practices, and other standards, in particular relating to safety. It is intended for educational purposes only, allowing you the viewer to participate in our tour. The company has kindly opened its doors to us and allowed us to come and see what they can do in a free and open manner. State of Electronics respects this and asks that you do so to. This video has no sponsorship or other influences from the company highlighted. The comments made by participants are the result of this personal tour and their personal opinions on what they witnessed and understood. However, State of Electronics does understand that some of it's viewers will have concerns about standards. Please do not post comments relating to your opinions on safety or other labour practices to this video as they vary greatly from country to country and subsequently will be deleted. Express your views in your own video, using your own footage, and put your name to it to make it count. Thank you for your understanding.
How to Promote Entrepreneurship and the Role of Government
 
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U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Karen Mills leads a panel discussion on "How to Promote Entrepreneurship and the Role of Government" during the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship in Washington, DC April 27, 2010. Go to http://www.state.gov/video for text transcript and more video.
The role of governments in developing SMEs
 
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Dr. Adnan Chilwan, Group CEO of Dubai Islamic Bank, participates in the 12th World Islamic Economic Forum, held in Jakarta, Indonesia and shares his outlook on the imperative role of governments in driving the institutionalization approach for SMEs today.
BEHIND THE STORY: Evaluating Government's Role in Business
 
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Nadia S Hassan sits down with Khairie Hisyam Aliman to talk about the government's role in business. While many of us have come to accept it as a fact, should we?
Views: 377 The Edge TV
Mike Dunafon on Role of Government and Small Business
 
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Glendale, Colorado Mayor Mike Dunafon on the role of government in connection with small business. Where do you stand on the issue? Leave your opinion in the comment section below. http://MikeDunafon.com http://twitter.com/_restoreliberty #RestoreLiberty
Views: 136 Mike Dunafon
The Role of the Business Sector in Peacebuilding in Africa
 
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Many traditional approaches to peacebuilding in Africa have emphasized the roles of government, civil society organizations, and multilateral international organizations over that of the private sector, specifically business. While the economic power of the business sector can help to reduce unemployment and increase economic opportunity—both key factors in conflict prevention—big business has also contributed to conflict and fragility in parts of the continent. However, there is an increasing awareness that businesses can play an important role in peacebuilding efforts, but the question of what this role is, and what it should be, needs further exploration. This event will examine the landscape of business sector efforts in conflict management and peacebuilding in Africa, including the key challenges and opportunities. The discussion will explore the role that the business sector might play, including how to better and more effectively integrate the sector into peacebuilding frameworks and post-conflict reconstruction efforts. In addition to assessing the role of international corporations, the event will also discuss the role of the African business sector—including small and medium-sized enterprises and the informal sector—in peacebuilding, address the possibility of reimagining corporate social responsibility initiatives to more effectively contribute to peace, and discuss the potential for effective private-public partnerships. The event will also provide policy-oriented options to the business sector, as well as policymakers and practitioners, to make the business sector a more effective partner for peacebuilding in Africa. Launched in September 2015, the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum provides a premier platform for substantive and solutions-oriented dialogue on key trade, investment, and development issues in Africa, and in U.S.-Africa relations. Convening business leaders and policymakers, as well as subject matter experts from the United States and Africa, the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum sponsors a series of public events designed to support the development of economic engagement and policy options that advance mutually beneficial economic relations between Africa and the United States. The Brown Capital Management Africa Forum is made possible by the generous support of Brown Capital Management.
Russian Business from Oligarchs to Small Businesses: The Role of the Shadow Economy
 
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Natalia Zubarevich is Russia’s leading expert on social and economic development of regions, social and political geography, and urban development. She is a professor at the Department of Geography of the Moscow State University and director of the regional program at the Moscow-based Independent Institute for Social Policy. Zubarevich is a member of the Expert Board of the Russian government and has directed programs for several Russian ministries. In 1997-2012, she was an expert of the UN Development Program (Russia). She also authored a number of reports on the development of human resources in Russia for the International Labor Organization and research reports for the Social Development Foundation (World Bank). The lecture was held on July 7, 2017 at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Views: 53 GIRS Monterey
Significance and Role of Small Scale Industries
 
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Subject:Management Paper: Entrepreneurship Development & Project Management
Views: 14373 Vidya-mitra
Government's Role In Promoting Business
 
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"You need a government that provides an enabling environment, but even beyond that you need a society that is reasonably open, reasonably transparent, that in a sense is reasonably democratic. You need to provide the confidence that someone has a right to express themselves."
Views: 80 TV2Africa
The Role of Innovation and the Small Business Economy
 
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Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dhsxj-9c7e8f It’s an age-old question; should business or government drive innovation? Whose responsibility is it to support those emerging businesses who have discovered a gap in the market but may not have the resources to meet the demand?   And similarly should it be the role of big business to support small enterprises with this potential or should small business be left to their own devices; to sink or swim on their own self made vision?   Today we are joined by Jono Herrman; Chair of the North Sydney Innovation Network who is here to tell us about their work and how they interact with government and enterprise to foster innovation.   Welcome to the show Jono.   Topics we’ll be covering:   What’s the role of an Innovation Network in the small business community?How does the network interact with Govt at the local and state level? Tell us about the recent reports around Innovation and Productivity Scorecard which was released in August?Innovation prescincts     What is monitored in this data? How does the Northern Sydney area compare with previous years’ data and what major fluctuations have been noted? How do we compare with similar areas of Sydney? What can small businesses do to foster innovation in their area or even within their own business to tap into the opportunities it offers?What can local and state governments do to improve innovation opportunities in their own areas? Are these lacking in our area of Sydney in your opinion? Tell us about some of the the excellent events on the Innovation Network calendar and how the listeners can find out more??   To find out more go to their website: http://www.northsydneyinnovation.org/
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Role Of Entrepreneurship In Economic Development
 
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Role of small businesses in KZN's economic development
 
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According to a study from the International Finance Corporation, Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) account for more than half of all formal jobs worldwide, and their share of aggregate employment is comparable to that of large firms. The KZN Economic Council, together with CNBC Africa, bring you a discussion on the role SMMEs, cooperatives and the informal economy play in advancing equitable and inclusive economic growth in KZN. CNBC Africa is joined by a panel of experts to discuss these sectors and what it'll take to create a conducive environment for small businesses to thrive.
Views: 414 CNBCAfrica
The role of the federal government?
 
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References for content in video: http://ssa-custhelp.ssa.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/240/kw/2012%20Social%20Security%20tax%20rate%20and%20maximum%20taxable%20earnings http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-utl/all_states_housing_standards_2012.pdf http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Small-Businesses-&-Self-Employed/National-Standards:-Food,-Clothing-and-Other-Items http://www.dol.gov/whd/minwage/chart.htm http://www.census.gov/const/uspricemon.pdf http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/data/historical/household/2011/H01AR_2011.xls http://www.bls.gov/data/inflation_calculator.htm
Views: 8763 REFrederickMusings
The role of the small business administration(sba)
 
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small business administration (sba) The Small Business Administration (SBA) is a United States government agency that provides support to entrepreneurs and small businesses. The mission of the Small Business Administration is "to maintain and strengthen the nation's economy by enabling the establishment and viability of small businesses and by assisting in the economic recovery of communities after disasters". The agency's activities are summarized as the "3 Cs" of capital, contracts and counseling.[3] SBA loans are made through banks, credit unions and other lenders who partner with the SBA. The SBA provides a government-backed guarantee on part of the loan. Under the Recovery Act and the Small Business Jobs Act, SBA loans were enhanced to provide up to a 90 percent guarantee in order to strengthen access to capital for small businesses after credit froze in 2008. The agency had record lending volumes in late 2010.[4] SBA helps lead the federal government's efforts to deliver 23 percent of prime federal contracts to small businesses. Small business contracting programs include efforts to ensure that certain federal contracts reach woman-owned and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses as well as businesses participating in programs such as 8(a) and HUBZone.[5] SBA has at least one office in each U.S. state. In addition, the agency provides grants to support counseling partners, including approximately 900 Small Business Development Centers (often located at colleges and universities), 110 Women's Business Centers, and SCORE, a volunteer mentor corps of retired and experienced business leaders with approximately 350 chapters. These counseling services provide services to over 1 million entrepreneurs and small business owners annually. President Obama announced in January 2012 that he would elevate the SBA into the Cabinet, a position it last held during the Clinton administration,[6] thus making the Administrator of the Small Business Administration a cabinet-level position. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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The U.S. Government's Role in the Economy
 
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The American people need more candor, Hormats says.
Views: 644 Big Think
Heitkamp Discussed Role of Government to Support Entrepreneurs, Small Business Development
 
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On July 14, 2016, U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp spoke at U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business hearing about a forward looking approach to support small business development, including her bills that would invest in startups in rural communities between New York and Silicon Valley and improving ability of the U.S. Small Business Administration to support startups in the 21st Century.
Larry Sharpe Live From The Governor's House - What About Small Business?
 
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March 28, 2018 THIS WEEK: What About Small Business? Larry Sharpe returns to the airwaves after a week off due to the snow storm. He returns to talk all kinds of topics in New York State politics while taking your questions. This week, he focuses on small business. Segment 1 He starts the show discussing what the government’s role should be in small business and how he will help small business owners. He talks about how schools can protect themselves from potential dangers such as shootings. He delves into the Safe Act. Larry on the government’s role in small business: “The government is punishing small businesses. Franchises have taken over the red tape.” Larry on how to stop a potential attack on schools: “I want to break the planning process. That’s what any counter-terrorism expert would tell you.” Owning and Building Small Businesses, When should you hire employees for your small business?, Workers Compensation Bills, Being afraid of the Government, Being punished by the Government, Accountant handling Government charges, Becoming a Franchise, Owning a Franchise, Franchises grow and Government regulation expands, Less regulations make small business more successful? Caller discusses Gun Control as well as guns and guards in school, Arming teachers, Larry: “I don’t want to turn our schools into prisons”, Volunteer patrols in schools?, Making schools harder targets, Caller asks about safe act repeal and fixing New York State, Larry: “Once elected, victims of safe acts will begin to be pardoned”, Larry: “I’d rather have a guilty man go free than an innocent man imprisoned”, Larry: “Cops don’t want to enforce the safe act” Segment 2 Larry goes into gun control in our country and then where our taxpayer money should go to. He gives his take on speed limits in New York. Gives a brief history of speed limits and what should be done to them to improve safety on the roads. He then goes through a quick fire round with a caller with topics including illegal vs. legal prostitution, Illegal immigration, abortion, adoption and health care. Second Amendment and its relationship to child safety, Safety for our children in general, More on Gun Control, People are unhappy, Mental Health in relation to Gun Control, Tax payer funds supporting small businesses? Yay or nay?, “Marketer in Chief”, Speed Limits, Taxing the rich more than the poor, Simplifying tax, Legalizing prostitution, Illegal immigration vs. Legal immigration, DACA, Health Care Insurance, Health Care reform and Health Care insurance reform, Obamacare, Abortion, Pro Life vs. Pro Choice, Contraception, Simplifying adoption, Medical marijuana in nursing homes, Legalizing Marijuana, Allowing farmers to grow Cannabis freely, Recreational Marijuana, Pardoning marijuana related crimes, Larry: “My goal is to let you decide what is right for you.” Larry on how taxpayer money should be used: “I am against taxpayer money being used to pump up areas.” Larry: “Speed limits should be made based on the roads they are built on.” Segment 3 Larry then takes a question on the legality of marijuana in New York. What he will do for people arrested for marijuana possession. He breaks down family law in New York State especially grandparents rights. Grandparents rights within social services, Family law protecting children, Family court purposely putting kids in foster care, Lying in family court has no penalty, Larry’s position on the e-cigarette industry, Government regulating the vape industry, Cynthia Nixon entering the race, Andrew Cuomo, Decreasing/Raising property taxes, Cutting spending to alleviate taxes, Stand Your Ground Laws, Castle Laws, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, What is Allepo? Larry on what New York should do about the legality of marijuana: “Let farmers grow marijuana the way they want.” Larry: “I only do one drug. Caffeine.” Larry on family law: “I’d rather have children in the hands of family than in foster care. Children are much safer with family than in foster care.” Segment 4 Larry wraps up the show by talking about the vaping industry. He weighs in on Cynthia Nixon joining the Governor’s Race and competing for the democratic ticket against incumbent Andrew Cuomo. He then discusses how he will handle property taxes in the state. He then gets into Stand your Ground Laws in New York as well as metals and cryptocurrency. He ends the show with a brief take on why Gary Johnson should’ve been elected. Larry on the vaping industry: “Vaping is a fog machine. People vape to help stop their smoking addictions.” Larry on Stand your Ground Laws: “Stand your Ground Laws make it easy for people to use them to hurt people.” If you want to join this movement, https://www.LarrySharpe.com https://www.facebook.com/Sharpe4Gov/ https://twitter.com/LarrySharpe https://www.instagram.com/larry.sharpe/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/neosage/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp2EegvSGEsgc-diPwc0ZHQ
Role of Small Scale & Cottage Industries in India & Govt. Policies
 
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Subject: Mass Communication and Journalism Course Name:11. Photojournalism Keyword: Swayamprabha
Role Call
 
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Conducting research on government contractors and the federal government for small business and veterans/ service disable veterans
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John Moolenaar - Role of Government.wmv
 
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One of the fundamental roles of government is protecting the rights of individuals. In small business terms, that usually means Government getting out of the way. It's a phrase oft uttered in political circles, but lessening the bureaucratic burden on business owners is one of the best ways Lansing can protect the rights of individuals. It's crucial that businesses have an environment fit for growth.
Views: 144 John Moolenaar
What's the Role of Government in Entrepreneurship? - 60 Seconds in the C-Suite
 
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We spend 60 seconds in the c-suite with Rick Snyder, the governor and chief executive of the State of Michigan, and learn what role governments should play in spurring entrepreneurial activity. Through quick, topical, one-question interviews, 60 Seconds in the C-Suite will chronicle the visits business executives make to the Ross School of Business. Subscribe for new episodes throughout the summer. More about "60 Seconds in the C-Suite: http://bit.ly/1gQ46GU Watch another episode: http://youtu.be/yl-VxfjlCI0 Music "Payday" used under Creative Commons License from Jason Farnham.
Matthew Berry on the Role of Government in Business
 
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Matthew Berry, candidate for the Republican nomination against Jim Moran in Virginia's 8th District, on the role of government in business at the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce debate, May 13, 2010. http://www.berry2010.com
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After The Power Hour: His New Role of Minister of Small Business with MPP Jeff Leal
 
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After The Power Hour: Our Power Hour event in January was an opportunity for our members to ask their government representatives about the issues they are currently dealing with. Unfortunately we were not able to get to all our questions before running out of time. that is why we have gone out and continued the discussion. This is the fourth video in a series of videos of our government officials answering those questions we didn't have time for. please continue to watch our social media outlets or our YouTube channel as we sit down with Mayor Daryl Bennett, Warden Joe Taylor, MPP Jeff Leal and MP Maryam Monsef.(All videos can been watched on our YouTube channel) Today's Topic: His New Role of Minister of Small Business with MPP Jeff Leal. CogecoTV Peterborough
Government Contracting - The Role of Strategy in Developing a Winning Price - Win Federal Contracts
 
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Kellyanne Conway: What Should the Role of Government Be in the United States?
 
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Kellyanne Elizabeth Fitzpatrick was born on January 20, 1967, in Atco, New Jersey, to Diane Fitzpatrick. Conway's father, who had Irish ancestry, owned a small trucking company, and her mother, who was of Italian descent, worked at a bank. They divorced when she was three. She was raised by her mother, grandmother and two unmarried aunts in the Atco section of Waterford Township, New Jersey, and graduated from St. Joseph High School in 1985, where she sang in the choir, played field hockey, worked on floats for parades, and was a cheerleader. While in high school, she claims she got the football team to stop bullying her overweight cousin, Mark DeMarco, and she claims the bullying never occurred again.[17] Her family's religion is Catholic.[13][18][19] Conway credits her experience working for eight summers on a blueberry farm in Hammonton, New Jersey, for teaching her a strong work ethic. "The faster you went, the more money you'd make," she said. At age 16, she won the New Jersey Blueberry Princess pageant. At age 20, she won the World Champion Blueberry Packing competition: "Everything I learned about life and business started on that farm."[19] Conway graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Trinity College, Washington, D.C. (now Trinity Washington University), where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.[20] She earned a Juris Doctor with honors from the George Washington University Law School in 1992.[21] After graduation, she served as a judicial clerk for Judge Richard A. Levie of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kellyanne_Conway
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ROLE of entrepreneur and economic development (BSE)
 
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Subject : Business Economics Paper : Business Ecosystem and Entrepreneurship Content writer : Dr. Anu Pandey
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USJI Week Sep.2016 Event 4:  Role of Government in Promoting Small Innovative Firms
 
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Event 4: Role of Government in Promoting Small Innovative Firms: the Small Business Research Initiative in U.S. and Japan Sept. 14th (Wed.) 2016 at JSPS Seminar Room Abstract The role of government in promoting technological innovation has drawn much attention of scholars and policymakers. Due to the lack of effective model to promote technological innovations based on scientific breakthroughs, Japan has lost its industrial competitiveness since the turn of the century. Japan’s trade deficit in bio-medical industry has increased rapidly in recent years and reached approximately two trillion yen in 2013. In search of a way to create robust innovation ecosystems in Japan, this panel explores the role of government in creating and promoting small innovative firms by discussing the U.S. government’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program, which was created in 1982. We hope to highlight the strength and challenges of the current SBIR program (Portnoy), examine its historical background and political origin (Yang-Yoshihara), and discuss the factors that have been hindering the successful operation of the Japanese SBIR (Yamaguchi). Moderator Eriko Kawai Operating Advisor, USJI / Professor, Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS), Kyoto University Speakers Matthew Portnoy Director, Division of Special Programs, Office of Extramural Programs NIH SBIR/STTR Program Manager, Office of Extramural Research, National Institutes of Health Mariko Yoshihara Yang Japan Program Fellow, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University Affiliate Professor, Ritsumeikan University Eiichi Yamaguchi Professor, Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability (GSAIS), Kyoto University
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Gov. Perry: Government shouldn't set minimum wage; it's up to businesses
 
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Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he doesn't believe the federal government should set a minimum wage. He says it should be up to small businesses to decide what they want to pay. He contends setting a higher minimum wage could results in job losses, and he vows to not support anything that is a job killer.
Govt should support SMEs so that they can become game changers
 
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Government should support small businesses so that they can become game changers. This is a plea from delegates meeting in Mauritius for a conference the Role of Small and Medium Enterprises. Liabo Setho and Camera technician Manqoba Nkosi report from Mauritius. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
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Role of MSME Sectors in India | ET NOW Leaders of Tomorrow - Ep 2 (16th Feb 2016)
 
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Hugh Reilly speaks about the role of technology and the challenges facing small businesses!
 
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http://thatchannel.com https://www.patreon.com/thatchannel According to CFIB: “Small business welcomes Ontario’s red tape reduction initiatives: The Ontario government recently passed red tape accountability legislation which mandates annual reporting on its red tape reduction initiatives. This legislation was based on specific CFIB recommendations and it ensures that the current government as well as future governments are eliminating unnecessary red tape burden to help free up time and resources for small business owners. In its 2015 report, the government reported on 28 initiatives that it undertook which resulted in a savings of $44 million.”
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Hybrid Session: Advancing Global Green Chemistry -- The Role of Government, Business, and Academia
 
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Special Hybrid Session at the 16th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, hosted by the Green Chemistry Institute of the American Chemical Society. "Advancing Global Green Chemistry -- The Role of Government, Business, and Academia," with moderator, Madeleine Jacobs, Dr. Cheryl Martin (Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E), Deputy Director for Commercialization), Mr. Adam Monroe (North American President, Novozymes), Dr. Matthew Platz (Director, NSF Division of Chemistry).
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What is government's role in product recalls?
 
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Hari Bapuji, a University of Manitoba business professor and researcher, discusses product recalls.
Election 2019 :One Nation One Election: Role OF business and Government in the Growth Of the Country
 
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Hello, Here we come with our new video Special for Independence Day, Jay Hind Business & Government making India Great Again- A journey of India being Great Again This video is about how Jio being the game changer in the Digital India process. India being digitally prosperous Role of Ruling Government in Development of Business and Investment in India. The Journey of being great Again. Joint over other social media channels for healthy discussions, links are in the description below. Do Like, Share, Subscribe, Support. https://youtu.be/1-y9pjDvhkY Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrHqCsnWn_oQJSmILvU6_sA?disable_polymer=true Also, Follow Us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AtsasOfficial Instagram https://www.instagram.com/atsasbringsvalue/ Telegram https://t.me/atsasbringsvalue Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AtsasOfficial/ https://www.facebook.com/atsas.bringsvalue For Business Contact [email protected]
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