August 07, 2020 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Economy, Español, Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf solicitó ayer que la Agencia Federal de Pequeños Negocios de EE. UU. (SBA, por sus siglas en inglés) otorgue una declaración de desastre en Philadelphia para proporcionar asistencia en forma de préstamos a bajo interés para propietarios de viviendas, empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro elegibles después de numerosos incendios provocados por disturbios civiles que causaron millones de dólares en daños del 30 de mayo al 8 de junio.“La pandemia ya creó dificultades financieras significativas para las empresas en todo el estado”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “El daño financiero adicional de estos incidentes en Philadelphia solo se sumó al problema, por lo que estos préstamos de bajo interés son tan necesarios”.Los préstamos a bajo interés de hasta $200,000 están disponibles para que los propietarios reparen o reemplacen bienes inmuebles dañados o destruidos. Las regulaciones de la SBA permiten préstamos de hasta $40,000 para reparar o reemplazar bienes personales dañados, incluidos vehículos. Las empresas y organizaciones sin fines de lucro pueden pedir prestado hasta $2 millones como un préstamo por desastre físico para restaurar edificios, inventario, equipos y activos dañados o destruidos. Los préstamos por desastre para daños económicos también se pueden usar para pagar deudas fijas, nóminas, cuentas por pagar y otras facturas que no se pueden pagar debido al impacto del desastre.La SBA ofrece opciones de pago a largo plazo para que los pagos sean asequibles, hasta un máximo de 30 años. Los términos se determinan caso por caso, en función de la capacidad de reembolso de cada prestatario.El proceso de solicitud se facilitará en línea. Los detalles sobre cómo presentar una solicitud, así como los plazos de solicitud, se establecerán una vez que se otorgue la solicitud del Gobernador.Lea la carta del Gobernador Wolf a la Agencia Federal de Pequeños Negocios de EE. UU.View this information in English. El Gobernador Wolf Solicita una Declaración de Desastre por Incendios Provocados en Philadelphia
Inside 6 General St, Hendra. Describing the property as “Hamptons exterior meets modern European interior”, Mr D’Arro said there were functional spaces for an executive family’s day-to-day living which easily converted to an entertainer’s dream.“Modern life requires thoughtful use of space and automation as well as comfort and this was at the forefront of each and every design and inclusion decision,” he said.The property features a climate-controlled wine cellar with custom joinery to showcase an extensive collection.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago Could you entertain your friends at 6 General St, Hendra? It is very spacious.Mr D’Arro said the space was the perfect use of what could often end up a design “dead area” and acts as an amazing conduit between the entranceway and living area in the home.“The beauty and functionality of the home is lifted immensely by the inclusion of custom crafted cabinetry in many spaces – this sets it apart from most homes on the market,” he said.Place Ascot selling agent Patrick McKinnon said the developer had gone “above and beyond” in the quality of the build and finishes.“It’s a whole new standard to anything on the market. In addition, the feedback has been that they have nailed the floor plan and flow, the use of space in the block and its width; the home feels like it’s on a much bigger block than it is,” Mr McKinnon said.“It’s a benchmark for the area that was once typically known as a suburb where homes had stables. Now, the Eagle Farm racecourse, these large blocks are being created into architectural masterpieces, much like 6 General St.” Imagine all this wardrobe space at 6 General St, Hendra. 6 General St, Hendra.This tech-savvy new build is in the highly desired suburb of Hendra and is perfect for an executive family.The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 6 General St is the masterpiece of Innovare Builders.Featuring state-of-the-art automation and electrical integration the house is controlled effortlessly and efficiently both while on site or remotely from anywhere in the world. Orazio D’Arro, the managing director of Innovare Builders, said part of a busy modern family’s lifestyle demands convenience (even while travelling) and the electronic aids in the home deliver convenience in spades. The wine cellar at 6 General St, Hendra.He said these were homes of the future, with state-of-the-art technology, security and double glazing windows that save money on power bills. “Finally someone has built what the buyers are asking for and I can tell you they are happy,” Mr McKinnon said.
Share StumbleUpon Arena Racing Company (ARC) has strengthened its commitment to greyhound racing, after confirming the acquisition of both Perry Barr and Belle Vue greyhound stadia from the Greyhound Racing Association (GRA).The two stadia have been long-standing members of the Bookmakers Afternoon Greyhound Service (BAGS) to betting shops. Manchester-based Belle Vue and Perry Barr in Birmingham host 103 and 208 BAGS fixtures annually. The new agreement is therefore expected to host approximately 50% of the 1619 annual BAGS fixtures at ARC-owned stadia – which also includes Newcastle and Sunderland. ARC Group Corporate Development Director Kevin Robertson said: “We are delighted to have reached agreement with GRA to bring Perry Barr and Belle Vue into the ARC group. We have a strong commitment to invest in British Greyhounds, and we look forward to working with the teams at both Belle Vue and Perry Barr.”Both Belle Vue and Perry Barr have both been in partnership with The Racing Partnership (TRP) since 1 January 2018.Chairman of GRA, Clive Feltham, added: “It’s been a pleasure running GRA having been involved for forty years.“I am delighted to be handing over Belle Vue and Perry Barr to a professional and progressive company in ARC. I have had some great people working for me and attached to the stadia and I am sure they will continue to do a fantastic job under new owners.”The future of Belle Vue has long been under review, following controversial plans proposed by the Manchester City Council to build houses on the historic site. Having first been built in 1926, the infrastructure is synonymous with the Belle Vue area and is one of the country’s oldest and most well regarded greyhound stadiums. Related Articles ARC temporarily suspends ‘uneconomical’ Belle Vue meetings June 10, 2020 Submit ARC confirms Belle Vue closure August 3, 2020 ARC continues financial support for greyhound trainers during COVID-19 shutdown April 15, 2020 Share
Representing four continents, they symbolize an entrepreneurship that creates both wealth and social justice. The winners of the 2013 “Entrepreneur for the World” Awards were announced last week in Singapore during the gala ceremony of the World Entrepreneurship Forum.The keynote speaker for the sixth anniversary of the World Entrepreneurship Forum was Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister of Singapore.Prizes were awarded for the six following categories:“Young Entrepreneur” Ashish Thakkar – UgandaAshish Thakkar is the Founder and Managing Director of Mara Group, which operates in 26 countries and employs over 7,000 people. He grew up in the UK and Uganda, survived the terror of the Rwandan genocide, and started his first company at the age of 15.“Educator” Daniel Epstein – United States of AmericaDaniel is the Founder and CEO of Unreasonable Group. Annually, they unite high-impact entrepreneurs from around the world and provide world-class mentorship, access to seed capital, and a global support network.“Social Entrepreneur” Dr. Jean-Baptiste Richardier – FranceDr. Richardier co-founded Handicap International in 1982 to assist Cambodian refugees mutilated by anti-personnel mines. Thirty years later, Handicap International’s work has benefitted several million people in over 60 countries and was a co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize.“Business Entrepreneur”: Fadi Ghandour – JordanFadi is the Founder of Aramex, a leading global logistics and transportation company with 14,000 employees in 354 different locations across 60 countries. He is also the Chairman of WAMDA.com, an entrepreneurship support platform for the MENA region and the Founder and Chairman of Ruwwad for Development, an initiative that helps disadvantaged communities.“Policy Maker” Her Excellency Mrs Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of the Republic of LiberiaShe is the first elected female Head of State in Africa, is serving her second term as President and co-received the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. She has built strong relations with regional partners and the international community, attracting foreign investment to her country and restoring Liberia’s international reputation.“Serial Entrepreneur” Sir Richard Branson – United KingdomHe is Founder of the Virgin Group, with more than 100 companies worldwide and 60,000 employees in over 50 countries. Branson has challenged himself with many record breaking adventures and has always found entrepreneurial ways to provoke positive change in the world.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)