Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and Lots of Homemade Stuffing Thanksgiving is around the corner. It’s an occasion marked by togetherness, gratitude and traditions. It’s also a holiday of excess – a day of “too much” and “not enough.” We cook too much, so there’s not enough room on the table for all the food. [...]
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I’ve always been called an old soul. I wore suspenders as a toddler, was more interested in chess than card games as a child and drove a car in high school that many of my friends described as “grandmotherly.” Lately, my hairline seems intent on making my outer and inner selves line up better, [...]
Client Spotlight Formed in 2017 and based in Vancouver, Canada, mCloud is acutely aware that as technology advances, unprecedented opportunities arise for businesses to improve operations and profitability. The company leverages proprietary AI and data analytics with IoT and the cloud to bring unprecedented efficiencies to a variety of industries, including smart buildings, wind [...]
Q3 2019 in Review CTRL+Alt+Repeat! A somewhat uneventful Friday in September got considerably more interesting late in the day when HKA was contacted by Australian tech startup Q-CTRL. The company was announcing its Series A funding early the following week and had heard about the fine work the agency was doing for other tech [...]
Executive PRspective Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and Lots of Homemade Stuffing Stuff. You know, the things that accumulate exponentially. I readily, and perhaps apologetically, admit that I am a keeper of Stuff. I keep Stuff at work. I keep Stuff at home. I admire areas that are devoid of Stuff – such [...]
By Russ McMeekin, mCloud October 5, 2019 Don’t look now, Silicon Valley. Canada is coming for you. In case you missed it last month, the $250 million funding round announced by Vancouver B.C.-based Clio was a major milestone in the rise of the Canadian tech startup ecosystem. The funding round was not only the largest in [...]
By Eric Karich, SellerGard September 4, 2019 Amazon recently showed a renewed interest in protecting intellectual property (IP) rights of its third-party sellers, likely due to the dramatic growth in their numbers on the platform. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently revealed in a letter to shareholders that the majority of the ecommerce giant’s gross merchandise [...]
By Anand Kannan, Community Preservation Partners Sept. 3, 2019 In the affordable housing space, low income housing tax credits (LIHTC) are the lifeblood for most developers. Construction managers may not realize it, but these federal financial vehicles fuel their workloads as well. As a dollar-for-dollar federally guaranteed reimbursement on affordable housing investments – including the [...]
By Priscella Vega, Daily Pilot August 30, 2019 There’s a lot Dr. Larry Nichter has learned after two decades of traveling to developing countries to perform reconstructive plastic surgeries and train local medical teams. But if there’s one main takeaway, it’s that helping others is an obligation, he said. Though he recently returned home from [...]
By Michael Silvio, Financial Poise August 22, 2019 A Tax Reform Analysis As the President’s third year winds down, and the nation turns its focus on the next election, it is interesting to reflect on where the original expectations meet with reality now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is in full effect. An [...]