Grant Cardone and Brandon Dawson, Co-Founders of Cardone Ventures, Announce Business Partnership

Recent Partnership Between Cardone Ventures and West Coast HVAC Company, Gundlach’s, is Targeted to Bring Monumental Growth and Scaling for Both Businesses

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cardone Ventures and 10X HVAC, Co-Founded by Grant Cardone and Brandon Dawson, announces a partnership with Gundlach’s service, based out on the West Coast. The partnership aims to continue to bring remarkable heating, ventilation, and air conditioning services to the Bakersfield community—and beyond! This brand new partnership aims to provide massive growth and scaling opportunities for the HVAC operators within their network, continuing the national rollout of their 10X HVAC management company.

Gundlach’s, established in 1900, was one of the very first businesses in the Bakersfield area, having serviced thousands of homes within the last 100+ years. And now, with this brand new partnership on the horizon, the 10X HVAC and Cardone Ventures teams are committed to the expansion of

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Mayor Wu Announces Impact of Small Business Relief Fund 2.0

Over 1,000 small, local businesses have received grant funding

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the impact of the City of Boston’s Small Business Relief Fund (SBRF) 2.0. Building on her commitment to supporting local, diverse, small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing our local economic recovery,  the SBRF 2.0 has awarded $12.8 million in grant funding to 1037 small business owners to date across all neighborhoods of Boston. The program was funded by the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

“Our small business owners have faced so many challenges during the pandemic while continuing to serve our communities,” said Mayor Michelle Wu. “I’m grateful to City Council partners for supporting this important work and providing critical resources to our small businesses. As we focus our local economic recovery on building a thriving, inclusive and equitable economy, we will continue to support our small businesses as anchors across

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– The Palmer Township Board of Supervisors denied a conditional use for two warehouses proposed by developer Abe Atiyeh.

– B. Braun bought Starboard Medical’s Clif-FIX line of devices that secure catheters for an undisclosed price.

– The Lowhill Township Planning Commission denied a plan for a warehouse at 7503 Kernsville Road, saying it would change the character of the rural township.

– Just A Dream Frozen Yogurt in Forks Township closed its doors after 10 years.

– Khanisa’s Pudding Bar held a grand opening at its new Downtown Allentown Market location after having moved from Easton.

– Mussel Polymers Inc. says its glue for bonding carbon and synthetic fibers is a big step toward creating lighter and stronger fiber-reinforced materials.

– Poke Bar 25 & Bubble Tea in the Shops at

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Payments Giant Adyen Starts Offering Banking Services, Going Head To Head With Stripe, Square And

Adyen, the Amsterdam-based payments giant, is starting to offer business checking accounts and small business loans through its own banking licenses in the United States and Europe – an approach that sets it apart from its fintech competitors.

But its strategy won’t make Adyen a household name in the U.S. Instead, it intends to offer these banking services as a white label solution for other platforms–the Dutch company will provide the infrastructure in the background, without its brand being visible to those other platforms’ small business customers. Potential clients for such an approach could include platforms like Lightspeed or Shopify, now a large Stripe customer.

Adyen was founded in 2006 by Pieter Van der Does and Arnout Schuijiff, who

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Winston & Strawn Looks to Grow Full Service Miami Outpost

Winston & Strawn has grown from six to 22 Miami lawyers since launching an office in the city in May, as it looks to offer a wide range of services in the emerging market.

“This isn’t a join the market and wait and see if things work out,” situation, said Enrique Martin, managing partner for the law firm’s Miami office. “Winston has come into Miami all in.”

The firm announced Monday that it hired transactions and financial services attorney Juan Azel, who was previously deputy general counsel and chief compliance officer for Cross River Bank.

Winston is among at least five major law firms that have made a play in Miami in the last two years. They’re following an influx of hedge funds, banks, and wealth managers that have descended on the city since the pandemic.

The firm has been poaching local talent with decades-long experience and well-known profiles in

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