On March 25, through our new LinkedIn Post of the Day category, Business Review shared with you Miriam Constantin’s post in which the Romanian lawyer/entrepreneur was announcing the creation of Business Optimism Review, a small magazine gathering as much opportunities and positive perspectives as possible. Because we immediately resonated with the initiative, BR will feature the Business Optimism Review articles in a new daily series. This first episode will serve as an intro for the series, you can read below Miriam’s own statement about the project and check out a table of contents for the upcoming articles.
In times of institutional and business fogginess, there is little we can do to prevent business meltdowns.
The opportunities which lie in adversity are often times hindered by endless signs on how bad things are, could or will be, making it difficult for most of us to ever really grasp them, and take advantage of this centurial momentum.
During days like these, laws are passed with the speed of light, incentives go by like we’re not even there, and, while we might think it’s raining cats and dogs of bad luck, we could use an optimistic business approach too, hard as it might be.
You are not alone in your struggle to keep your business running, your employees happy or your partners satisfied.
This is supposed to be an easy reading, so you can pause and see the optimistic side of hard business times. I have gathered charts, numbers, financial, legal and tax measures, interesting articles and direct opportunities in Romania in order for you to get informed with minimum effort, be inspired and encouraged to go on.
- #FUNDING | State aid measures: free money or guarantees?
- TAXOMETER | Fiscal relief: paying now, later or at all?
- LEGALESS | Less legal burden: no fines, public procurement easiness & postponements of loan payments
- WORLD IDEAS | The most friendly actions taken by other countries: exemption from taxes, cut down VAT & more
- ECONOMY READINGS FOR OPTIMISTS | Leading economists’ and strategists’ take on the pandemic recession