Startup Redleaf Mobile App Launches To Help Home Service Providers Build, Manage, and Grow Their Business

RIDGEFIELD, Conn., May 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Home service provider James Albis & Co-Founder of Startup Redleaf Mobile App understands the challenges of building, managing and growing a service business. James has been in the home service industry for seven years, doing everything from plowing snow, cutting grass, and taking care of homes. He has learned over the years a number of challenges to get things done while on the go. James has used his collective experience in the home services industry, technology and business to build a utility mobile application for the broad home services industry. James set out on his mission with the goal to make life easier and more convenient for the people on the ground. James grew tired of other applications taking a large commission or charging for expensive leads. Albis states, “The Redleaf App is built from the lens of the service provider

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Moeller alum Justin Bayer comes home to serve as school’s latest AD


Moeller introduces 1997 Crusader grad Justin Bayer as their new athletic director

Cincinnati Enquirer

KENWOOD – After scouring through 60 applicants from all over the country, Moeller High School has gone away from the conventional model of hiring an athletic director by dipping into the business world to bring one of their own home.

Justin Bayer, a Moeller graduate with a successful business, fund-raising and education background, is the school’s athletic director. The school on Montgomery Road made it official with a Monday morning press conference. 

The 1997 Moeller graduate who ran cross country and track directed the school’s campus ministry and retreats after graduating from college has returned after recently running a successful business in New Orleans. 

He was a 1997 Man of Moeller, Gold Shield, and Joe Quinn Greater Catholic League Scholar-Athlete award winner.

Bayer has

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App helping Wyoming home cooks share skills with community

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — When the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic first began to impact Wyoming last spring, Kasi Hartsoch took them in stride.

At the time, she and her husband, Zach Aars, maintained steady work. She had her business helping people file taxes, which she said was doing well, and he had steady work through the video game development company he operates.

She also had some side work cooking for families and designing menus catered to the special diets of her clients.

But as the months went on, their clients began to dry up. By the time the calendar turned to 2021, she said they needed to find another way to augment their income.

“It’s been steadily getting harder,” Hartsoch said. “We are more fortunate than most, I think. But we’re definitely feeling the effect here.”

That’s when she came across YouFeed, the Gillette News Record reports.


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Real Estate The Home Rush

What a coincidence! Seasons come and go but spring this time has a special feel to it. A sense of “bahaar” — Urdu word for spring meaning rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, a promise — pervades everything around us, the society, economy and what have you. And all this has to do with what we have gone through over the past year as a result of the Covid pandemic and how we have come out of it and staged an impressive recovery.

The feel-good factor is pervasive as company after company and sector after sector have reported a turnaround in their fortunes from the third quarter of the current fiscal. This has led experts to predict that India’s GDP may recover at a much faster clip than estimated earlier. The party on Dalal Street, too, has been on for quite some time now.

Take, for instance, the country’s real estate sector, which

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