Laura Lee Blake, JD is a lawyer and a Wealth Advisor with SunBright Wealth Management & Financial Planning, through Money Concepts Capital Corp., Member SIPC/FINRA. Laura Lee has more than twenty-five years’ experience in the legal industry. She has handled complex litigation, corporate transactional and business-related matters. Laura Lee is expanding into the financial planning sector, and her clients include individuals, families, and small business owners, with a focus on the hospitality, service, and manufacturing industries.
Laura Lee’s key areas of focus include long-term client relationships, life planning, comprehensive asset protection and management, tax reduction strategies, employee benefits, wealth transfer, succession and legacy planning.
We cover a lot of ground in this episode, and you might be pleasantly surprised at the affordable options that are available to employers.
Laura Lee prepared a free download – The Meaningful Employee Benefits Guide – that goes even deeper into many of the options we discussed in the interview. If you’re exploring adding additional benefits for your associates, but don’t want to break the bank, you should definitely grab this guide.
Laura Lee Blake, Esq.
SunBright Wealth Management & Financial Planning
2985 Gordy Parkway
Marietta, GA 30066
Hotel owners and operators who believed they could go it alone before the coronavirus pandemic devastated the hotel industry are having another think and turning to third-party managers to work their way back to profitability in the post-pandemic recovery. Another trend contributing to the growth in third-party managers’ business is more commercial real estate investors armed with cash entering the hotel sector and in need of an experienced operations team. Episode 321 of Lodging Leaders podcast explores the growth of third-party management companies over the past 12 months. This report is part of Lodging Leaders’ coverage of the coronavirus crisis and its impact on the hospitality industry.
The Ever Given container ship running aground on March 23 in the Suez Canal got worldwide attention, but it is just one of many reasons for the breaks in the global supply chain that are impacting the U.S. hotel industry’s post-pandemic revival plans. Shipping companies in Asia and Europe are contending with a boatload of challenges, including a lack of containers, traffic jams at West Coast ports and increased costs. Long Live Lodging explores what the problems mean to hotel owners and developers eager to refresh their properties and welcome guests back.