Masks,Vaccines, Stimulus, Infrastructure . . . What's Next???
July 21, 2021
Hosted by Frank Helring
A significant event or should I say decision has caused an interruption in the roster of future shows and this has to do with the return of the MASK. Los Angeles County has decided once again to "Lock Down" millions of residents to the requirement that they wear a mask once again while being indoor. Once again, one of the largest market sectors in the Small BizZne$$ Community, Restaurants are being slammed once again. Most recently, you can see in Southern CA the remanent of the tents, canopies and hurriedly constructed patio dining and NOW, they will be subjected to that again. The Yo-Yo compliance rulings that have impacted this industry has been devastating to both profitability and the return of consumer/customer confidence in returning these restaurants with some sense of normalcy once again. Along these same lines, over 2,000 miles from Los Angeles, there is a wind of change coming due to the impending passage for the "Infrastructure" Bill which will be funded by 3.5 Trillion Dollars. Today, I will welcome back my Politically "Centric" Co-Host Natasha Friedman and together we will comment on what could be the most diametrically opposed piece of legislation aimed at the Small BizZne$$ Community in United States history. We will also be joined by two politicians who have been on the front lines challenging these punitive policy decisions and both of them are seeking seats of influence in the coming elections in the State of CA and the County of Orange. Join us today as we look behind the veils of both Civil and Federal incursion and it's most likely aimed right at you!
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BizZne$$ BuzZ is all about your business. Small business is in trouble and they have been as far back as the “rocking” that occurred in 2008. The 14.2 percent loss of many brick and mortar small businesses happened by the year 2015 (source, NFIB 2015 Report). Already being squeezed by Internet predators, like Amazon, E-Bay, etc. They are literally sucking the life out of small businesses by customer and profit “siphoning.” B2B Networking Groups and social media disappointments abound.
Small business needs a “counter” to these E-commerce tsunamis and that mechanism is the power of UNITY, RELATIONSHIP and the Law of RECIPROCITY. This is an EDGE that is a non-compete. The “perfect storm” of shut down/customer distancing, lack of capital and uncertainty are the devastating effects of COVID19 disruption.
Our mission is to provide your business the boost that it needs to recapture your personal visions, rejuvenate your operations and to bring about a platform that represents your interests.
Frank Helring is the CEO and Founder of TheHubmartLLC. He is an established executive with over 45 years of service encompassing Christian ministries, private/corporate insurance, public/philanthropic enterprises and private equities sectors.
His past tenures include owning his own General Insurance Agency from October 1977 to 1991, serving as an Executive Director with World Vision of Orange County from 1994 to 1998 inclusive as a President and CEO of a community-based organization.He has served as President of JMS Consulting Group 2004-2006, a private equities firm in Los Angeles during which time he personally consulted to the VP of Benefits of the legendary NFIB.com on “Boutique” Membership programs and Association negotiating levels of involvement. He and his wife have owned Allure Med Aesthetics, Inc. a medical aesthetics practice, since 2013. Most recently, he is currently involved with revolutionary firms engaged in accelerating the emerging “opportunity commercial marketplace” and cutting edge medical regeneration technologies.
Frank resides in Mission Viejo, with his wife Rhoda. His combination of grassroots community involvement, strategic relationships formation and continued success as a visionary corporate entrepreneur distinguish him as an invaluable asset to the small business community at large.