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Tom Pick is a digital marketing consultant who helps B2B clients improve their online visibility, increase brand awareness, and generate leads through SEO, social media, and content marketing.
According to Toby Bargar, a senior tax consultant at Avalara, cities are seeking to impose the cable company tax on streaming services in order to make up revenue lost as a result of cord-cutting.
She said she would love to see the annual Colonial Day celebration replaced with a diversity day that celebrates a variety of races and countries, and a consultant hired to assess the district.
The application lists six inventors, including consultants from Deloitte and a former mail carrier.
That was Gómez’s first question for the consultant Thursday.
A city-hired consultant suggested slashing that term and requiring upfront cash payments from shareholders.
San Diego’s incumbent utility didn’t really like anything the city’s consultant suggested.
MTS also announced last week that it plans to hire consultants to separately analyze and rewrite its use of force policy and evaluate the agency’s practices and enforcement model, including the need for sworn police officers.
The board unanimously voted to create the new office as proposed by Supervisor Nathan Fletcher but to also hire a consultant and work with the newly revised county human relations commission to establish the office’s mission and scope.
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