Current Civil Unrest, The Global Pandemic &
The Growth Strategy To Recovery
In addition to answering
questions about Growth Strategy
To Recovery for small business
owners, Bartell For US Senate
also covered Global Pandemic
during the podcast.
One of the most surprising facts explored
during the Bartell For U. S. Senate
presentation is Growth Strategy To Recovery
for small business owners which few small
business owners, civil and human rights stake
holders, entrepreneurs, local and national
families/communities are aware of.
The topics covered in this
informative podcast also
include: Global Pandemic -
The Growth Strategy To
When the pandemic hit, the full support of our
healthcare system - particularly for the elderly
and underserved communities -- was not there.
Nothing was in place, because it was viewed
by Business Management government theory
as unnecessary and It's beginning to take its
toll on the American people
The glaring impact of civil
unrest has been devastating:
the breaking of windows,
burning of buildings, and the
looting of small businesses.
However, what that puts on display is our
government, and many of our philanthropic
stakeholders have just been passive in
supporting & sustaining small businesses. Our
government & our philanthropic stakeholders
have not provided support for people who want
to be entrepreneurs and go into business.
The American Way has been to
adopt a slogan called, "Get A
Good Education & Get A Good
Job," as opposed to getting a
good education, getting excellent
skills, and going into business.
Establishing Small Business Development
Centers, Bartell shares, will sustain and
empower entrepreneurs, small business
owners, and people who want to make
money from their craft, their way of life,
their interests. America must -- and can --
put a system in place now.
We must have the commitment
from investors in the
philanthropic community to go
around the state of Georgia and
put Small Business
Development Centers in place.
It can no longer just be a passive
act by the Am