FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 1/22/20  KLAMATH FALLS — Klamath Community College is hosting a series of information sessions to help those interested in earning a nursing degree learn what it takes to be accepted into the college’s nursing program.  The sessions are open to the public.  “KCC’s nursing program is highly competitive and a certain level…

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January 16, 2020 MEDFORD, OR –  Britt Music & Arts Festival announces the redesign and significant upgrade of their website that will improve the ability of Britt patrons and fans to purchase tickets and learn about various operations of the non-profit organization. Constructed by web design firm Project A, the new design is constructed on…

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By Marcus Lansky at https://abilitator.biz/ Whether you’re running a retail store, a manufacturing facility, or a warehouse, inventory management is likely a constant challenge for your business. That’s especially true if you’re a small business in the early stages of growth. However, even small businesses on tight budgets have options for better inventory management. 4…

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By Matt Sayre  An entrepreneurial ecosystem is the social and economic ingredient of a region that affect the probability of success for newly forming companies. The ecosystem is all the inputs to economic growth taken together including: capital, talent, partnership, and mentorship. I caught up with five founders during Eugene’s recent Tech Tour to get…

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By Becky McCray and Deb Brown. https://saveyour.town/ I got a great email from Dane in response to my last newsletter.  He said: Thanks for suggesting that businesses stay open an extra hour.You might also tell them to not be closed two or even three days a week.  A lot of businesses in my town are closed…

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THREE PART SERIES: PART THREE By George MeszarosCofounder – Success Harbor https://www.successharbor.com/  Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Why is it that so many businesses fail while so few succeed? One of the great mysteries of entrepreneurship is why businesses fail. Some people start one successful business after another while others fail to…

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By Mark Schaefer This week the New York Times did a long, investigative report on how Amazon has weaved its way into nearly every aspect of life in the city of Baltimore — government, education, politics, economics, and employment, to name a few. The city is mostly positive about its dependence on this gigantic company,…

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Opinion By Joe Cortright  The most basic concept in economics is that higher prices lead to less consumption, yet this fact is routinely ignored in transportation planning and policy. If we got the prices right, many of our most pressing transportation problems would be much easier to tackle If we have too much of some…

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Cook Woods, a Klamath Falls-based, family-owned company mills exotic and domestic woods, and rare hardwoods, into specialty products for use by hobbyists, wood artists and instrument makers. Sustainability drives every part of the business. Having grown up in national parks as the son of a park ranger, founder Christopher Cook seeks to “have a light…

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By Jim Myers, Founder, Praxis Analytics, Incorporated. Business leaders live in a world that straddles the known and the unknown, past and future, with today’s demands receiving the most attention.   The tactical needs of today crowd out learning from the past and making strategic plans for the future. The adage “Strategy without Tactics is…

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