GVHR » Topics » We may find it difficult to expand or maintain our business in certain states due to varying state regulatory requirements and the existing competitive environment.

These excerpts taken from the GVHR 10-K filed Mar 16, 2009.

We may find it difficult to expand or maintain our business in certain states due to varying state regulatory requirements and the existing competitive environment.

 

We currently operate primarily in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Future growth or maintenance of our operations in these states or additional states depends, in part, on the regulatory and competitive environment in such states. In order to operate effectively in a state, we must obtain all necessary regulatory approvals, adapt our procedures to that state’s regulatory requirements and adapt our service offerings to local market conditions. In certain states, we may determine that the costs of doing business exceeds our actual or anticipated financial performance resulting in a reduction or cessation of operations within such state or decision not to expand into a state.  We are also subject to additional competition from regional and local competitors in the markets in which we expand. In the event that we expand into additional states, we may not be able to duplicate in other markets the financial performance experienced in our current markets and could experience losses as a result.

 

We may find it difficult to expand or
maintain our business in certain states due to varying
state regulatory requirements and
the existing competitive environment.



 



We
currently operate primarily in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia,
Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Future
growth or maintenance of our operations in these states or additional states
depends, in part, on the regulatory and competitive environment in such states.
In order to operate effectively in a state, we must obtain all necessary
regulatory approvals, adapt our procedures to that state’s regulatory
requirements and adapt our service offerings to local market conditions. In
certain states, we may determine that the costs of doing business exceeds our
actual or anticipated financial performance resulting in a reduction or
cessation of operations within such state or decision not to expand into a
state.  We are also subject to additional
competition from regional and local competitors in the markets in which we
expand. In the event that we expand into additional states, we may not be able
to duplicate in other markets the financial performance experienced in our
current markets and could experience losses as a result.



 



We may find it difficult to expand or
maintain our business in certain states due to varying
state regulatory requirements and
the existing competitive environment.



 



We
currently operate primarily in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia,
Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Future
growth or maintenance of our operations in these states or additional states
depends, in part, on the regulatory and competitive environment in such states.
In order to operate effectively in a state, we must obtain all necessary
regulatory approvals, adapt our procedures to that state’s regulatory
requirements and adapt our service offerings to local market conditions. In
certain states, we may determine that the costs of doing business exceeds our
actual or anticipated financial performance resulting in a reduction or
cessation of operations within such state or decision not to expand into a
state.  We are also subject to additional
competition from regional and local competitors in the markets in which we
expand. In the event that we expand into additional states, we may not be able
to duplicate in other markets the financial performance experienced in our
current markets and could experience losses as a result.



 



These excerpts taken from the GVHR 10-K filed Mar 17, 2008.

We may find it difficult to expand or maintain our business in certain states due to varying state regulatory requirements and the existing competitive environment.

        We currently operate primarily in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. Future growth or maintenance of our operations in these states or additional states depends, in part, on the regulatory and competitive environment in such states. In order to operate effectively in a state, we must obtain all necessary regulatory approvals, adapt our procedures to that state's regulatory requirements and adapt our service offerings to local market conditions. In certain states, we may determine that the costs of doing business exceeds our actual or anticipated financial performance resulting in a reduction or cessation of operations within such state or decision not to expand into a state. We are also subject to additional competition from regional and local competitors in the markets in which we expand. In the event that we expand into additional states, we may not be able to duplicate in other markets the financial performance experienced in our current markets and could experience losses as a result.

We may find it difficult to expand or maintain our business in certain states due to varying state regulatory requirements and the existing competitive environment.





        We currently operate primarily in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina,
Tennessee and Texas. Future growth or maintenance of our operations in these states or additional states depends, in part, on the regulatory and competitive environment in such states. In order to
operate effectively in a state, we must obtain all necessary regulatory approvals, adapt our procedures to that state's regulatory requirements and adapt our service offerings to local market
conditions. In certain states, we may determine that the costs of doing business exceeds our actual or anticipated financial performance resulting in a reduction or cessation of operations within such
state or decision not to expand into a state. We are also subject to additional competition from regional and local competitors in the markets in which we expand. In the event that we expand into
additional states, we may not be able to duplicate in other markets the financial performance experienced in our current markets and could experience losses as a result.





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