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    1. Generation Z vs. Millennials: What's the Difference?

      Generation Z vs. Millennials: What's the Difference?

      We’re all familiar with the stereotypes that characterize the millennial generation- avocado toast, “killing” chain restaurants, and being social media obsessed. But what actually defines a millennial? Millennials are the generation born between 1980-1994. These are people who remember a time before cell phones and the internet were integral to everyday life but have grown up with these technologies.

      Following millennials, you have Generation Z, also referred to as Gen Z. Gen Zers were born between 1995-2015, meaning they’re anywhere between 5 and 25 years old. This is the first generation to never experience a world without smartphones and the internet. Members of both generations may be young, but there are huge differences in the ways they view money, interact with brands, and respond to marketing.

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    2. How to get your first and second COVID-19 vaccine doses in Orange County - Los Angeles Times

      How to get your first and second COVID-19 vaccine doses in Orange County - Los Angeles Times

      As she saw her friends get appointments, her daughter took to social media to crowdsource advice. They were advised by the Orange County Health Care Agency to contact Curapatient, the company behind the app. Someone eventually confirmed she was registered but gave no other information.

      The county hopes to eventually open five sites and serve up to 8,000 people daily. Their goal is to vaccinate all county residents who want to be vaccinated by July 4, 2021.

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    3. Newer, More Contagious Coronavirus Strains Has Some Medical Professionals Urging People to Wear 2 Face Masks

      Newer, More Contagious Coronavirus Strains Has Some Medical Professionals Urging People to Wear 2 Face Masks

      According to the Washington Post, there is currently debate over whether Americans should be encouraged to wear two masks at the same time or whether high-end masks typically reserved for healthcare workers should be made available to the public. There is concern among some officials that encouraging the widespread use of KN95 and N95 would deter people from wearing masks due to discomfort.

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    4. How to engage with your customers and prospects - A Case Study

      How to engage with your customers and prospects - A Case Study

      The organizer of a charity fundraiser wanted to add an element of fun and excitement to their door prize giveaways. As each guest arrived, they were given a Mardi Gras Jubilee pen and instructions to keep the pen as it would be an integral part of the door prizes. Guests used the pens during the event to bid on silent auction items.

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    5. Deadline Extended to Apply for State’s Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program | City of Mission Viejo

      Deadline Extended to Apply for State’s Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program | City of Mission Viejo

      The deadline for the first round of applications for the State of California’s Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program was extended from January 8 to January 13, 2021 at 11:59 pm.

      Along with the $500 million already approved for this program, Gov. Gavin Newsom is asking lawmakers for more money to help small businesses and cultural institutions affected by the pandemic. If approved, more than a billion dollars would be given to those hit hard by COVID-19.

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    6. Bild your Brand Name with these 5 Office Toys

      Bild your Brand Name with these 5 Office Toys

      Look around your office and you will probably find that your coworkers’ desktops are riddled with a variety of knick-knacks, toys, puzzles, and stress balls. Office toys are a great way to stay stress-free while knocking out a heavy workload. Products like fidget spinners and fidget cubes have exploded in popularity. That makes them a perfect canvas for your next branding experiment. Here are 5 office toys that make awesome promotional products. 

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    7. Mission Viejo City Council approves $1,000,000 COVID-19 Business Relief Grant Program | City of Mission Viejo

      Mission Viejo City Council approves $1,000,000 COVID-19 Business Relief Grant Program | City of Mission Viejo

      In an extraordinary move to help local businesses hit hard by the ongoing pandemic, the Mission Viejo City Council this week approved a $1,000,000 COVID-19 Business Relief Grant Program for qualified struggling small businesses and nonprofits located in our City.

      Grants up to $25,000 are available to businesses with 25 or fewer employees (full-time equivalent). Applications will be accepted until available funds are exhausted. 

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      Mentions: Local Business
    8. Why You Should Buy USA-Made

      Why You Should Buy USA-Made

      During times of growing uncertainty in the global markets, customers are becoming more and more interested in purchasing American-made items. Buying American-made is about more than just patriotism – it helps to contribute to a brighter and more stable economic future for the entire country through the support of local businesses and manufacturing. So, what can you do to help? Here’s a few of our top reasons on why it’s crucial to support American businesses by purchasing items here in the U.S.

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    9. Beacon Sales and Marketing | Mission Viejo, CA - Business Travel: How COVID-19 Changes Everything

      Beacon Sales and Marketing | Mission Viejo, CA - Business Travel: How COVID-19 Changes Everything

      “Business as usual.” The common phrase people use when everything resets and goes back to a normal routine. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the safety of employees as the number one priority, business travel will not be normal again, and our usual regimen will shift dramatically.

      Here is a picture of what business travel (or any travel, for that matter!) will look like in the upcoming months and even years.

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    10. 10 Year-End Tax Tips

      10 Year-End Tax Tips

      10 Year-End Tax Tips With the winter holidays looming, the clock is ticking for taxpayers who want to minimize what they will pay next spring. Many money-saving tax strategies need to be implemented by Dec. 31 to have an effect on tax filing in the spring. "Proper tax planning is taxpayer specific, and one strategy may not work for all," says Bhakti Shah, vice president and tax planning manager for wealth management firm Beacon Trust in Morristown, New Jersey.

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    11. Huge Selection of Holiday Gifts for you and your business

      Huge Selection of Holiday Gifts for you and your business

      Visit the Beacon web site for Holiday Gift Ideas, thousands to choose from.

      Time is running out to receive your custom labeled gifts and mail them out.  The cost to ship gifts can be very expensive.  You want to make sure you receive your customer and employee gifts plenty early so you can ship them out by ground.  UPS is forecasting December 15th as the last day you can ship an item and it arriving by Christmas.  Contact us to help you find the right gift for you.

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    12. 6 Tips for In-Person Networking During the Covid-19 Era

      6 Tips for In-Person Networking During the Covid-19 Era

      This article was written by Elizabeth Harris, a member of the Entrepreneur NEXT powered by Assemble content team. Entrepreneur NEXT powered by Assemble is freelance matching platform leading the future of work. If you’re struggling to find, vet, and hire the right freelancers for your business, Entrepreneur NEXT will help you hire the freelancers you need, exactly when you need them.

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    13. Neurostimulation of Tongue Relieves Tinnitus Symptoms

      Neurostimulation of Tongue Relieves Tinnitus Symptoms

      Tinnitus, the sensation of ringing in the ears, is one of the most common medical conditions. Approximately 15% of the population suffers from it, but the nature of this malady makes it difficult to study and find therapeutic options. Now, a multinational collaboration of researchers has shown that a neurostimulation system made by Neuromod Devices Limited, an Irish company, can significantly reduce the symptoms of tinnitus. 

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    14. Customers Support Mission Viejo Yogurt Shop Threatened In Viral Video

      Customers Support Mission Viejo Yogurt Shop Threatened In Viral Video

      When the couple threatened to sue her personally for violating the Constitution, the yogurt shop co-owner began recording — for her own protection.

      Tabla said other nearby business owners told her that the couple had threatened to sue them as well for requiring masks as mandated by local public health orders. She shared the video with a friend who posted it on social media.

      Tabla said she has struggled to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic and was disheartened when the couple returned Wednesday demanding she sign papers that state it is unlawful to require customers to wear face coverings.

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