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CNBC Awaaz Smart business women

This video is from the August 23rd Power Players event featuring David Gilbert, president & CEO of The Greater Cleveland Sports Commission; president & CEO of Positively Cleveland. Sports’ impact on the regional economy was the topic of the day. It’s not just the big three — Indians, Browns and Cavaliers — that drive revenue in the region and positively impact the economy. There are a slew of collegiate, amateur, minor league and specialty events that together generate hundreds of millions of dollars each decade to Northeast Ohio’s economy. Gilbert talked about Olympic trials, NCAA tournaments and the like. The event was sponsored by Anthem, Skylight Financial, Great Lakes Integrated, Skoda Minotti, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Sammy’s and Positively Cleveland.

Priti Mehta and Sucheta Khandwala are interviewed on “Smart Business Women” on CNBC

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When asked recently on CBS how a woman running a small business might benefit from the Obama stimulus package, Biden responded:

“I would recommend that woman call my office directly, and I will be able to guide her as to what pieces of this package would be directly helpful to her. For example, it may very well be that she’s in a circumstance where she is not able, her customers aren’t able to get to her, there’s no transit capability, the bridge going across the creek to get to her business needs repair, may very well be that she’s in a position where she is unable to access the — her energy costs are so high by providing smart meters, by being able to bring down the cost of her workforce.”
It’s that guy- Remember that if customers can’t cross the creek to get to your business, give Biden a call. By the way, if your business grows (as I hope it does) and you start employing people, you’d better hope the democrats don’t cram “card check” through. And best of luck with your business.

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