Florida Tech’s Bisk College of Business sponsors Restaurant Recovery Webinar

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The restaurant world isn’t easy in the best of times, but the past two years have tested even established businesses.

“Obviously, the labor shortage has been the thing that has affected my peers as much as anything,” said Drew McLeod, owner of Savour in Tallahassee, and a chapter president and state board member for the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association.

Add COVID-19 closures, supply chain issues, rising labor costs and increasing customer expectations into the mix, and restaurant owners can feel like they’re swimming alone in gator-infested water.

But help is available. McLeod will be part of a panel of business and legal

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Student-run app for addiction recovery wins $3,000 at University of Utah business contest

Ten finalists competed in the Opportunity Quest competition for prizes totaling $8,000

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Nick Van Slooten and Elizabeth Miller, two of Tribe’s co-founders, took First Place in
in the Lassonde entrepreneur contest at the University of Utah, on Friday, December 3, 2021.

This story is part of The Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identify solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab.

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An addiction-recovery app run by college students won $3,000 in a business competition at the University of Utah.

Focused on helping people with pornography addictions, Tribe is an online community support group, co-founder Nick Van Slooten said. Van Slooten is a senior at Brigham Young University, but one of Tribe’s co-founders Elizabeth Miller is a junior at the U.

Ten finalists competed in the

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U.S. Chiropractors Outlook for Recovery in 2021 and Long-term Forecast to 2025

Dublin, Nov. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “U.S. Chiropractors: An Industry Analysis” report from Marketdata LLC has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report is a comprehensive business and operating analysis covering the nature and operations of chiropractors, industry evolution, services provided, treatment methods, key operating ratios/metrics, dollar size and growth of the industry from 2007 to 2025 Forecast, the economic structure of the business (ratios: national, by state, by major city) and more.

“The competitive $15 billion U.S. chiropracticservices industry held up well during the Covid-19 pandemic, being an essential service. Chiropractic is now a mainstream healthcare service that provides an alternative to drugs for the treatment of pain. The field has gained legitimacy since the 1990s and future demand looks good.”, according to Marketdata’s Research Director,John LaRosa.

The effects of the pandemic are discussed, as well as the outlook for recovery in 2021, and a long-term forecast

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USTA forecast signals uneven recovery in business, int’l travel segments

Days after the U.S. reopened its land and air borders to vaccinated international visitors, U.S. Travel Association (USTA) released its biannual forecast which shows an uneven recovery for the international inbound and business travel segments, while domestic leisure travel has returned to near pre-pandemic levels.

The forecast, based on analysis from Tourism Economics, projects that domestic leisure travel will continue to drive the U.S. travel industry’s recovery in the near term. This segment is projected to surpass pre-pandemic levels in 2022 and beyond.

Domestic business travel spending is expected to reach 76% of 2019 levels in 2022 while the segment is not expected to fully recover until 2024.

International inbound travel spending is forecasted to reach 72% of 2019 levels in 2022. The segment is not expected to fully recover until 2024 or 2025.

“While we see much reason for optimism on the horizon, our forecast reveals that travel’s recovery

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