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Businesses are managing to survive in this half.
Business environments and for -- is about to get even harder when it comes at a new regulations we wanted to talk a little bit about that but Michael -- -- he's the CEO and shaft.
At city sand wedge here in New York City to scrape it talked -- small business owner Mike they asked you first was pressing question.
Which is that -- anything in the entire world.
I think alleges.
I think as one of those items it's affordable.
And I think if you put the right ingredients that you have a full meal.
Without needing a knife and fork and you villages are big battery check in my and hadn't really after their -- look like a complete -- like well at least two kids out of the bread that's -- -- -- -- -- -- a very very very lieutenant colonel Lee who.
You got an -- a lot of the women out there like at a low carb LA adoption so you went to business in 2010 it's an interesting time right after really.
Coming either recession within the biggest challenge so far being as -- senator well.
In 2010 also was very difficult to go to banks get loans as you can imagine everybody spoke yes.
And at the end of the day you really weren't left with anything so I -- -- -- it was very hard to get started in any kind of depend on these.
Banks to help you a little bit to get -- financing so I translate that financing now.
Well it's also it's not easy to get financing you could have a good record you could.
Have an impeccable.
Record of paying all your bills and Saturday it looks good but at the end of the day it's always the same.
-- and have rejection it's a no you don't they're not supportive.
That's a lot of putting it -- -- Let's do it hits it you know they could have a great partner and they could help the company build and obviously there's some nervousness about the credit bubble that we've been in the past so.
How you navigate that well I mean he we need that.
I mean without them you can't you can't take risks without them you don't it's part of the younger generations to.
Come up and wanna go out there and build their own businesses on their -- you know these younger generations also see.
The difficulties when they're working at the workplace and they hear yourself on the banks are not helping the banks and -- I'm that is a stick around and work for somebody this is.
This -- down.
Fault -- your point finish at a couple years about the message to businesses right -- Occupy Wall Street people are angry at the banks' bad.
We auspices seven -- -- regulations going into effect for small businesses as well you have about ten employees.
So when we talk about health care often times people say -- if he had you know less than fifty -- not really that big deal.
With the reality for you is that a big deal that not what what is it -- It's a very big deal for me I mean I I -- I would love to be able to generate enough business in my small business to be able to when they look at my employees and say hey listen we're gonna have health -- here today.
And the expenses that come in there's too many hidden costs here and we don't have an exact answer -- to.
How this could benefit the employer and the employees and has to be a win win so to speak.
So yes a lot of people are are also using that as an excuse to say well we have health -- it's -- -- security.
I don't believe in having a security with some -- coming to work because of the health care I mean again.
If it's like a foot -- so you're not gonna have that environment of of work.
That you should normally have.
Under good seconds -- saying you would prefer to have employees that are loyal to the business just not loyalties to the eye and they might be getting for being employed mulling their loyal to the businesses employers are are are happy to -- -- back -- and nothing has happened that.
-- -- -- answer for us of highway.
So what do you think when he seen the year had.
Well you know I I I wish that we would have a little bit more clarification of where this is all going I support any political leader that is for the people.
I I do believe that.
We it's sort of like building an apartment you know you estimate 50000 dollars and the end of the day there's 70000 -- where do you get an extra 20000.
The -- he was the same you know I mean it unless -- -- concentrated on its.
It can be a little disaster congratulations for having the company at an open the business for three years now I don't -- your third year and we wish you a lot of luck and success I think it's gonna get your perspective it's -- -- about thank you very much.
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