From the General Manager
Sean Brady CPA, General Manager
I planned to open with “spring is finally here”, but considering the weather the last two weeks it seems like summer has arrived early to NEO! Being a native of Cleveland I am happy to take whatever weather we get as long as it does not include freezing rain in the forecast.
With the rebirth of spring, the beautiful weather, and Covid vaccines, life is beginning to feel a lot more “normal”. I never thought I would say this but it feels good to find myself sitting in traffic again, with the traffic it is great to see people out and about and the hustle and bustle resuming.
Though things are beginning to look more like life as we knew it before the pandemic, the truth is that last year was incredibly challenging for so many small businesses and the fallout is still being felt. At DMS our mission is “to help small businesses”. Myself and the DMS team dedicate our careers to providing accounting and advisory services that drive solutions to leverage the small business owner and make their life easier. We feel small businesses are the life-blood of our economy and provide opportunities to so many people in our communities. With this said, be mindful of where and how you shop and where you turn to find products and solutions – please keep in mind all the caring, creative, and innovative small businesses in your community. Most of us who read this newsletter are small business owners ourselves, let’s work together and strive to contract with local vendors.
To help raise awareness of small businesses we plan to showcase our clients or publish contributions from them in upcoming newsletters. If you would like to be featured or provide a contribution please reach out to me. We would love to share your story!
As we move forward, let’s support our communities and neighbors by getting out and having fun by shopping and dining local! I am looking forward to it and I hope to see you out there!
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