The COVID-19 pandemic has forced big-name brands to pursue unique strategies to secure fiscal relief. Even prior to the pandemic’s outbreak, certain retailers experienced financial difficulties and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Firms and professionals
Pragma's membership is made up of not only firms, but also the individual professionals involved in them. Each Pragma professional has an individual profile which is customized by practice area, economic industry experience and country, thus enhancing the firms, and the network, with all its qualities and skills. This enables us to locate specific expertise and skills to best serve our client demands.
Formed out of a unique approach to professional networks, Pragma operates on a glocal approach, mixing the local knowledge of its firms and the economic specialization from professionals of Pragma's network. This allows us to create teams specific to the needs of each client, without losing the local factor each firm contributes.
Pragma members are encouraged to exchange information. This results in improved knowledge, skills and competencies globally and across firms and individuals. Pragma also provides professionals with opportunities to demonstrate and gain knowledge and expertise, as well as increasing visibility.
Prior to 2015, student athletes were not permitted by NCAA rules to exploit commercially their name, image and likeness (“NIL”). However, the decision that year in O’Bannon v. National Collegiate Athletic Ass’n, changed the landscape for student athletes and third parties.
It is no secret that this pandemic has taken a toll on the retail real estate industry as a whole, including how many of us are faced with new and uncertain challenges. This year’s speakers offered guidance in how to overcome the many obstacles we are facing
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