• July 31, 2021

2021 IAAPA Conference: Swanson Shares How SeaWorld Successfully Navigated the Pandemic

The 2021 IAAPA virtual conference had Marc Swanson, SeaWorld CEO, as the keynote speaker. Marc was invited to talk about how SeaWorld was able to emerge from the turbulent times of the pandemic as a more confident, efficient, and stronger company. As one of the major theme park entertainment companies in the U.S., SeaWorld Entertainment…

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Smart Fit Plans to Expand its Business

In the last few years, fitness has put forth different strategies for adapting to a constantly changing environment. A new business opportunity in health exists for those countries that have recovered after the first wave of the pandemic. CEO Edgard Corona considers this moment as a turning point in the way people use gyms. The…

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molekule review

It is important to invest in the most important asset anyone will ever have, the human body. Sleep and air quality are some of the most important ways to ensure proper time invested to build a better quality of life. In enters the Molekule for a better home and life. A Molekule is the one…

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Georgette Mulheir Continues Fighting for People’s Rights

Georgette Mulheir is a long-time advocate of children’s rights. She began over 30 years ago when she saw the deplorable conditions of children in institutions after the Crimean war. Georgette Mulheir led projects that would educate parents and keep children with family members. Since her first project with orphanages, she has worked with many countries…

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Thomas Neyhart: PosiGen Puts its Customers Before Profits

Houses that are powered by solar energy use less energy from the commonly used grid. This allows homeowners to save money by using energy provided by the sun. The cost of solar panels and other factors have kept low income families from taking advantage of this new form of electricity. PosiGen, a solar energy company…

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The success journey of Roland Dickey Jr as the Dickey’s Capital Group CEO

People often think that success comes with a good education. Sometimes the idea may be faulty. Productivity is what is important for success. Time and how to use it are things that investors and people in business have a lot to say. When observing them, one will understand how perfectly organized they are. Roland Dickey…

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An Unexpected Surprise: Peter Vitale of Michigan

Peter Vitale of Michigan is one of the foremost experts when it comes to auto insurance and what it means. One of the things that people assume about their insurance policies is that break-ins and thefts are automatically covered by a basic plan. This is not the case and Peter Vitale of Michigan wants people…

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 QNET, A Multilevel Marketing Company Whose Worldwide Operations Are Legalized

Looking back, direct selling had formed the largest share of marketing and increasing sales. QNET is one example of a company that has for the longest time kneeled to direct selling. This is an international e-commerce brand that seeks to offer its global customers quality products and services. Direct selling in a multi-level marketing model…

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Juan Monteverde success Journey

Juan Monteverde took the final and obvious step of founding his firm after ten years of working in various firms and directing the mergers and acquisitions department at the previous firm where he was a partner. His firm focuses on shareholder protection, with a focus on merger and acquisition transactions. Through the firm, he has…

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Insatiable Ideas About   Andrew Alexander, the Second City Producer

During Andrew Alexander’s tenure as the Second City’s producer, he produced more than 150 hours of television comedy and more than 185 half-hour shows for SCTV. He also achieved several awards titles such as 2 Emmy, 13 Emmy nominations, and an ACTRA. Besides, he designed television programming for business firms such as Comedy Central, HBO,…

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