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NJ announces $ 1.25 million in funding to expand small business exporting

New Jersey Business Action Center to allocate funds to companies looking to sell internationally September 22, 2021 The New Jersey State Department’s Business Action Center has received $ 1.25 million in federal funds for the State’s Business Development Program (STEP) to support companies looking to export goods. The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC) received …

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Vaccine passports: rethinking best practices in cybersecurity

The start of the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine around the world paved the way for the reopening of international borders, which also quickly led to the introduction of new verification methods such as vaccine passports or digital vaccine certificates. We have seen the launch of the EU digital vaccine passport and Japan’s plans to …

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Maximize your private school search with these tips and tricks from area educators

Commitment to the community and an exceptional staff are two reasons Wendy Jarchow was drawn to Lakewood Catholic Academy, where her children are entering grades four and five. “The community as a whole is important, and to us, it’s about how the school teaches students to be good humans, a good person, and to do …

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What I saw… a reality Buckeye fans won’t like – Press Pros Magazine

Sonny fulks Editor-in-chief Sonny Fulks graduated from Ohio State University where he pitched four college seasons for the Buckeyes from 1971 to 1974. He deepened his baseball experience as a minor league umpire for seven seasons, working for the Florida State League (A), the Southern League (AA) and the American Association (AAA). He has written …

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Coding for kids lifts the STEM game – Daily Business Magazine

Sandy Enoch with Marty: “Coding can be creative and fun” (Photo: Terry Murden) Interview: Sandy Enoch, inventor, owner of a robotics company It was a football tournament with a difference that helped spark an idea Sandy Enoch had been harboring for some time. His department at the University of Edinburgh had acquired a number of …

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Announcement of the artist Analog Forever Magazine Edition 5! – The analog magazine forever

Analog magazine forever is proud to announce that our fifth print publication (pre-order here) will be published and published at the end of November 2021. We are delighted to present to you a unique journal featuring 10 analog and experimental photographers from around the world, each exploring various methods to use the medium we love …

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Webinar: Seniors Housing – Using Technology to Reduce Operating Costs and Improve Resident Experience

Over the past 18 months, senior housing communities have faced many challenges including higher operating expenses, staff shortages and new demands for infrastructure upgrades. As a result, cutting expenses and keeping residents happier and more comfortable in their homes has never been more important. Smart thermostats are a perfect solution. Leveraging the intelligence of these …

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‘The Chair’ was uncomfortable to watch as a recent college graduate. And that’s the point.

I have to be honest: Watching “The Chair” as a recent college graduate was ominous, but Netflix’s critically acclaimed success is also my favorite new show. In the series, a talented black professor struggles for tenure; another professor is accused of being a Nazi; crowds of screaming students rule the campus; and a teacher calls …

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