If Talk Fusion wanted to, they could puff out their chest and really brag about all they have done as a company in the decade they have been around. No one would blame them. That is not how founder and creator Bob Reina is as a person, though. As the old expression goes, all glory is fleeting, which means success is not always going to be there for people. In the case of Talk Fusion and Bob Reina, many people have a strong belief they are going to be around for a long, long time doing wonderful things. That is because they are always breaking new ground.
Instead of being the last to know about something or lost in the dark, they are the first ones to know about it. Many people might remember in 2007 when smartphones and various other tech products were taking off for the first very time. A lot of people didn’t know if they were a fade, a faze, of if they were here to stay. Bob Reina saw something in it and he created Talk Fusion, which is an all-in-one video communications provider with video newsletters, video emails, video chats, and video conferences. It is for the type of person that is on the go and they are a self-made man or woman. They march to the beat of their own drummer and that is a good thing.
Throughout the past decade, they have stayed on top of things and they have also been incredibly generous. As of this moment, they are offering 30-day free trials to new customers. Along with that, they have enhanced the product and made it better all of the time and that is how they have received awards such as the 2016 Communications Solutions Product of The Year Award from the Technology Marketing Corporation.
In the year 2016, they received two awards from the Technology Marketing Corporation, and they have some tough judges, which is a good thing. It makes any award mean that much more when they have had to pass a lot of vigorous eyes.
Since 2010 The Traveling Vineyard has redeveloped itself into a business that provides individuals the opportunity to meet new and interesting people while simultaneously hosting wine tastings.
Any individuals who are interested in being their own boss and having the flexibility to work from home to generate a lively career are a perfect candidate for this growing company. The Traveling Vineyard allows anyone who has a passion for wine to earn an income. Although The Traveling Vineyard provides all of the information wine guides need to sell wine, anyone who has the natural skill to pair specific wines and foods together are perfect candidates for becoming a guide.
Potential wine guides are equipped with a professional “leader” within their region to guide them through the beginning stages of learning. Wine guides are given every asset of knowledge to host and sell wine through an online training center, as well as conferences and regional events. While The Traveling Vineyard meets every need for one to start their career as a guide, a wine guide has to be able to create and host parties that draw the interest of wine tasters. Wine guides can host wine tasting with different themes, such as pairing company wines with specific cheeses to make a “wine and cheese” tasting experience.
Not only can a wine guide pair food with wines to sell, but also host special wine tastings to coincide with holidays. For instance, on Valentine’s Day a guide could pair dessert wines like port and red wines to pair with different types of chocolate to make the wine tasting a romantic couples tasting. The Traveling Vineyard provides advertising on social media with direct links to the company’s website to gain potential wine guides. By The Traveling Vineyard advertising on multiple social media sites such as Facebook and Pinterest the company is growing fast and appealing to more and more potential wine guides who want to become an entrepreneur.
In the crazy, and busy world that we live in many people may find it hard to me that special someone. Thanks to people like Whitney Wolfe who understand this, apps like Bumble are starting to appear. Nearly 40% of singles now use an app or dating website to meet others.
Bumble is an online dating super app with over 1 million people. This app makes making that connection safe, and fun. You get to mutually choose who you talk to. To make it fast and easy both people just swipe to the right. Then the connection is within 24 hours and the fun really begins. You can enjoy your time chatting, and sending photos in a safe and secure manner. It really is great for both your time and safety concerns.
It is true more men use online dating apps than women bu, so when Whitney Wolfe created Bumble she changed up the dating scene terms when she started the woman goes first attitude. When a connection is made it is up to a woman in a heterosexual match to make the first move. If she does not respond in the first hour, or one of the two in a same-sex match-up then the match disappears. No commitment if you change your mind, and with more almost two-thirds of women looking for a long-term commitment rather than a fling putting them in control lets them try to make the right connection.
Whitney Wolfe is founder and CEO of Bumble. She also co-founded Tinder. Both are listed in the top 4 dating apps. Recently, Whitney Wolfe was named one of Forbes 30 under 30 and had been on a similar list from Elle in the past. While attending college at Southern Methodist University for International Studies, Whitney Wolfe came up with her first business idea. She worked with Patrick Aufdenkamp to create a bamboo handbag that benefited areas that had been affected by the BP oil spills that had occurred. She has continued to excel and amaze the business world as a leader in the dating app scene.
If you have been following real estate trends, then you know that this year has been one of the worst in the history of the country especially because everything seemed to go downhill in most states. Well, Ohio just beat the odds and concluded one of the busiest years since 2005. The sales of homes in the state were up 7.5% as compared to the same period of time in 2015. A report from the society of realtors in North East Ohio stated that their sales rose by up to 8 percent and that this was one of the best years in the real estate history of the state.
A realtor in the Cincinnati area, Pete Kopf, stated on ideamensch.com that the state had experienced record sales and that both the sales and average house prices had gone up in that period of time. In late 2015, the price of a home in Ohio was 4.8percent lower on average than it was last year. The National Association of Realtors stated that the main concern they were facing regarding the Ohio area was the lack of supply for the expanding market. The median price of homes in the rest of the nation was more than $200,000 which was a 4 percent rise from the year before that.
About Tammy Mazzocco
Tammy Mazzocco is one of the most successful real estate agents in Ohio. She started out her career as a secretary with the Edward’s Realty company and went ahead to take the right exams to get certified. She gained the needed experience, which gave her a job as a real estate agent in 1999. She joined the team led by Judy Gang and associates as a real estate agent in the year 2000. Tammy Mazzocco sells real estate in places such as Delaware, Franklin, Licking and remote counties in Central Ohio.
A well respected entrepreneur and business man, Eric Lefkofsky has been making a name for himself for quite some time. Currently serving as the CEO of Tempus, Eric Lefkofsky has achieved remarkable success by creating a long list of successful businesses. Listed on his resume is work with companies like Uptake, Mediaocean, Echo Global Logistics and InnerWorkings, just to name a few. What really makes Lefkofsky stand out however, is his dedication to giving back to his community in a variety of ways. Hop over to tempus.com for details.
Based in chicagotribune.com, Eric Lefkofsky is a native of the state of Michigan. There he grew watching his mother, a school teacher and his father, a structural engineer, work hard to provide a living for him. These values stuck with Lefkofsky. He attended the University of Michigan where he was able to get his degree in the early 90’s. Just a couple of years later he went the the University of Michigan Law School where he would earn a second degree. Lefkofsky’s education would set him up for great success in the coming years.
Lefkofsky teamed up with his long time friend Brad Keywell to begin his career as an entrepreneur. The team created the company Brandon Apparel which was an apparel company based out of Wisconsin. The two had great success with Brandon Apparel and eventually would go on to run several other companies together. Over time they built a track record of starting and keeping businesses.
After working with Keywell for years Lefkofsky would eventually branch out onto his own. In 2007 he created ThePoint.com, a collective action website. Lefkofsky poured more than one million dollars into the site. The site eventually became known as the company Groupon. Groupon became so successful that Forbes listed them as the fastest growing business in history in 2010. Even major companies like Google wanted a piece of Groupon offering as much as six million dollars to buy them out.
Eric Lefkofsky has built quite a career over the years. Outside of his business success Lefkofsky is an avid giver. He gives back to a number of organizations especially those that focus on causes for children. He works on the board of a number of important groups including World Business Chicago and The Museum of Science and Industry. His impact continues to be felt by many across the country.
Jason Hope is an entrepreneur and futurist who strongly feel that the internet of things is already here. With the current trends, the internet and also devices have greatly influenced several industries. Devices now offer a crucial link between the consumer and the manufacturer.
Technology has brought a level of connectivity that has opened up and is continuing to open up new and thrilling possibilities in sectors such as healthcare, technology, and retail among others. According to Jason, in the near future devices will need to be connected with some of kind of connectivity to remain relevant.
Jason Hope is renowned for his enthusiasm towards the internet of things; he has frequently published articles commentating on the latest technology trends. Internet of things, (IoT) is referred to as the connected technology that enables devices to sync with each other. IoT applies to all gadgets including the ones used on a daily basis such as kitchen appliances, cars, streetlights and all electronic devices. This technology summarizes the ability of gadgets to connect to the same network and share information and data that increase competencies and cuts down waste.
Jason Hope staunchly believes that the Internet of things is the next determiner in the operation of businesses. As a matter of facts, Jason feels that it is the next significant investment that many globally leading corporations will indulge in. As global economy leaders continue to embrace the advances made by the Internet of Things, other companies will have no choice but to keep up with their pace. Hope visualizes the world where almost all conceivable devices have the ability to connect with each other.
For people with chronic lung diseases, everyday tasks, such as climbing stairs, are challenging. For some, like Joseph O., a life tethered to an oxygen tank 24 hours a day was not acceptable, therefore, he decided on stem cell therapy at the Lung Institute to treat his pulmonary fibrosis. Joseph’s doctor told him that his disease was terminal, nevertheless, he found the courage to try a different option, and today, it’s been six months since he has needed oxygen. Read his full story on lifestylesafter50.com.
At the Lung Institute, doctors use their patient’s own stem cells to take advantage of the body’s own healing power, therefore, unlike traditional treatments, they are concerned about addressing the progression of lung disease, not just easing the symptoms. Seven out of ten patients report an improved quality of life after being treated for obstructive lung diseases, such as emphysema and interstitial lung diseases, such as pulmonary fibrosis.
With locations in Tampa, Nashville, Scottsdale, Pittsburgh and Dallas, the Lung Institute’s physicians and staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality regenerative medical care to treat the cause of a disease, not just the symptoms. Offering both in-person and phone consultations with a patient care coordinator, the Lung Institute will see if the procedure is right for an individual. Offering cutting-edge, minimally-invasive treatments, the Lung Institute’s procedure is straightforward for those who are good candidates for the procedure. First, blood or bone marrow is taken from the patient, and then the stem cells are harvested and put back into the patient’s bloodstream.
According to online reviews, insurance companies rarely cover the cost of stem cell therapy, however, there have been cases of individuals utilizing crowdfunding websites to raise money for treatment. To read more, go to hawaiinewsnow.com.
Christanna Bevin serves as a consulting Project Services Manager and has been sought after for her unique abilities in a number of large-scale public works projects. She has gained a breadth of experience and specialized knowledge in her career that she puts to good use in her present consulting business. Christina Bevin lives in Brisbane, Australia and has an MBA from the Australian Institute of Business.
Bevin started out her career as a Cost Engineer at UGL Limited. She has moved through a variety of careers ever since as she sought to climb higher along her career path. Along the way, she has fulfilled roles such as being a Senior Project Control Specialist for Kellog Brown & Root, a Senior Projects Controls Manager for Oakajee Port and Rail, and serving as a Project Services Manager for Universal Energy Services. Some of her positions have involved travel back and forth to different countries such as Laos, China, and Thailand. Throughout her career she has demonstrated her professionalism and attention to detail. She has developed extensive knowledge in project controls, procurement, and management roles within the resource and construction fields.
As a Project Specialist Consultant, Bevin has worked on a number of high-profile public works projects. She did project review and estimation for the $700 million Greensfields Coal Project in Queensland, Australia. She was also involved in the Kogan Creek Power Station Major Overhaul where she coordinated with subcontractors in her role as Project Controls Support. Se also oversaw the project at Water NSW where they needed to develop and implement a new set of health and safety procedures.
Since 2005, Dough has been traveling around the country via a bus. In fact, Doug had traveled over 100,000 miles by 2015. He travels making songs which he shares with people he meets in his destinations and also with his fellow travelers. Depression inspires Doug music and by traveling has made him feel much better. The project is known as the Greyhound Diaries; it comprises of pictures, stories, and an album.
Why he used a bus for the project
Doug chose to travel by bus for his project because it gave him a chance to meet and interact with lots of people from different backgrounds. A bus was also better because it gave him the opportunity to travel to almost 2200 destinations across the United States compared to an airplane which only had 80 destinations. He considered traveling by bus as a form of therapy for his depression and also as provided a room to connect with people deeply.
Doug Levitt was born in the year 1972. He schooled in Washington DC before he is joining Cornell University. Later, Doug got a scholarship to study International Relations at London School of Economics. At the Age of 16, his father Carol Schwartz committed suicide. Doug says the act had a great impact on his life and it what made him switch career from foreign correspondent to a singer and a songwriter. He had quit his job before becoming a singer and songwriter. Doug later moved to Nashville where he met Americana producer David Henry. They have worked together since then.
Real estate developer Jason Halpern, known for his passion for constructing in diverse sites, announced the topping off of the Aloft South Beach Hotel in the center of Miami Beach.
Topping off is a builder’s practice which customarily occurs at the time the last beam is placed on the top of a structure during its construction.
This project, which was refined and advanced by JMH Development and Madden Real Estate Ventures, takes on one of the oldest buildings in the Miami Beach area. It is an adaptive reuse of the historic Motel Ankara that will also bring in a new eight-story tower.
One block from the Miami Beach shores, the Aloft South Beach is set in a beautiful waterfront location that will offer the right of entry to Lake Pancoast and the Collins Canal. It also is within walking distance to the area’s restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.
Halpern commented in a statement how topping off the building is a major high point in the construction and establishes the launch of the next phase for the Aloft South Beach. He also mentioned that showing consideration for the community where you build is an important value for him.
Some of the services the 235-room hotel will offer take in a 24-hour fitness center, an outdoor pool, roof deck lounge as well as meeting spaces.
Coming from a 3rd generation development company, Halpern carries on with his family tradition of more than 50 years in the business. The Halpern family has constructed hundreds of residential properties and commercial business spaces in Westchester County, Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York as well as in Florida.
A pioneer in one of a kind and rare properties, JMH Development offers an inventive method to creating distinctive properties. The company will continue its focus on new projects and opportunities.