Month: December 2018

The RealReal Is The Real Deal For Sure

Anyone who is on the social media platform Instagram or reads popular publications like the New York Times may already be in the know about The RealReal. However, if you are not on the up and up, this is a great company to follow on Instagram. Followers love to see all the photos they post of the items that are available for sale on the resale marketplace. The RealReal offers consigned items to sale for buyers. One of the most recent items posted showcases the Fendi logo. If you don’t already know, anything with the Fendi logo seems to keep going up in value.

The RealReal loves to offer items of higher value. If it is a second hand luxury item, you may be able to find it on their Instagram page and make it your own with ease. They have shown Hermes bags and have even offered a handbag quiz for their loyal followers. With stores in both NYC and LA, The RealReal can offer followers a great selection of worldly goods at great prices. Why pay full price for items that are in great condition? It’s much more fun to save some money and buy your luxury items second hand.

The RealReal was featured in The New York Times and their SoHo store was showcased. Because The RealReal is not a retail giant, many people who live local to NY and LA are aware of their retail stores, but, they are becoming more of a beautiful distraction in the second hand market because of their high quality items and their amazingly low process. Let’s face it, great stuff from top brands doesn’t come cheap and hardly ever hits the secondary market of a down home consignment store. Because The RealReal specializes in the higher end, these bargains are everyday items for them and that means a great buy for followers like you.

Read more about the RealReal: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-realreal

Rick Shinto Lays the Groundwork for Innovacare Health

When Rick Shinto set about creating a value-based model for the care for many different patient populations, he merged a variety of technologies to achieve best practices in patient healthcare. Innovacare Health’s leaders offer over 120 years of healthcare experience and provide quality healthcare to nearly 500,000 people. They have an expertise earned by long years on the job and are using this expertise to improve patient care by focusing on quality rather than quantity.

The InnovaCare Health matrix was laid from the ground up by President and CEO Dr. Richard “Rick” Shinto, M.D. He started in 1998 with North American Medical Management (NAMM) in California. Rick Shinto’s mission is to increase efficiency in healthcare at the individual patient level. First, NAMM went into partnership with The Straus Group. Afterward, the partnership started to spread across America, including absorbing MMM Healthcare in Puerto Rico.

In 2012, the conglomerate became known as InnovaCare Health and continued to operate MMM Healthcare, using cutting-edge technology to improve quality of care while reducing cost. InnovaCare Health integrates multiple innovative technologies into a rich tapestry empowering physicians and sustainable, value-based healthcare capable of reaching set benchmarks.

Leading the movement is InnovaCare’s President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Richard “Rick” Shinto, M.D., MBA. Beginning his medical career as an internist and pulmonologist in Southern California, Dr. Shinto served as President and CEO of Aveta, and CEO of North American Medical Management of California (NAMM). Before NAMM, Rick Shinto was the Chief Operations Officer and Chief Medical Officer for Medical Pathways Management Company. He has held the MedPartners position of Corporate Vice President of Medical Management, and Chief Medical Officer for Cal Optima Health Plan of Orange County, California.

Rick Shinto also serves as CEO of MMM Holdings, including MMM Healthcare, Puerto Rico’s oldest and largest Medicare Advantage plan, and the only one to be accredited by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). an independent organization working to improve health care quality through benchmark standards. MMM Healthcare also holds a 4.5-star quality rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. MMM Healthcare utilizes 7,500 providers across Puerto Rico to provide services to more than 250,000 plan members.

https://laraza.com/latinowire/innovacare-health-executive-meets-with-president-trump-to-discuss-healthcare/

Felipe Montoro Jens Aims at Developing and Promoting the Infrastructure in Brazil

Felipe Montoro Jens a Brazilian investment and financial guru and ac consultant. He has also worked with many with several prominent and highly successful financial corporations in his career. He has gained high-level of experience working in various companies such as PWC, Enel, Enron, and many others. This also offered him an opportunity to get acquaintance and have a close observation with the financial markets and industry. This exposure helped him to develop the experience that he uses to assist his clients in effectively managing their money. He schooled in Getulio Vargas Foundation where he achieves his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. He then joined Thunderbird, an American International Management School in the United States and advanced for Master in Business Administration. Visit on his twitter account for latest updates

Felipe Montoro Jens professionalism is the provision of economic solutions to various companies and helps them avoid losses and reduce wastage as well. He firmly believes that greener companies can be as effective and efficient as the ones that are not. He also believes that it’s the companies’ duty to t run and operates responsibly to not only promote the communities around but also to protect the environment. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, establishing greener initiatives within companies would also play a significant role in saving cost in the long-term. This will also ensure that the companies can be able to deliberately impact the corporate culture across the spectrum and encourage others to stick to follow the track.

Most companies stick to his advice, and they are already winning their opponents. He recommends that companies should always aim at greener technologies as and accustom the various strategies that will help them reduce their wastage as they exploit the resources to their level best. Felipe Montoro Jens has a feeling that Brazil has severely suffered economically for quite a long time but things have taken a different turn. The government should work towards improving their infrastructure. This is the only suitable way to bring foreign investment and increase trading in the country.

See more: http://www.infomoney.com.br/negocios/noticias-corporativas/noticia/7406991/felipe-montoro-jens-reporta-discussoes-reuniao-especial-governadores-bid

 

Alex Pall: Chainsmokers are Giving Face to DJing

In 2016 the Chainsmokers released their first ever single in which one of them was singing. In their earlier songs sung as Roses and Don’t let me down they had made use of songwriters and vocalists in order to add a human element to the performances. This was in an attempt to give their music more soul and have the duo become accepted as having feelings and thoughts instead just faceless beat makers. Chainsmokers desire to reveal themselves to their audiences. The group hopes to give their performances more life by integrating their voices into their performances.

In an interview with Interview Magazine Alex Pall spoke on the duo’s evolution and the changes they are bringing to the industry and their music. He explains that he and Andrew Taggart were introduced by his current manager. He had been DJing for a while as a hobby. He loved dance music and noting that it was taking over his life and he chose to try it out seriously that was when he was introduced to Taggart.

Taggart was in school at the time and was also considering taking DJing seriously as he had always loved electronic music. When they met they immediately started working together until they found their sound. Alex Pall points out that he believed they were going to work out from the beginning in because they took time to communicate.

They soon realized that they were equally driven to achieve their goals and they shared similar values. Their differences were also complementary since Taggart is a great producer while Alex Pall had the contacts to get them gigs, He basically did marketing. On their album, he pointed out that they want to produce music that is about them and they just do not want to leave the music to songwriters. They ensure that they either write the songs themselves or work together with the songwriters.

About Alex Pall

Alex Pall is one part of the DJing duo CHainsmokers. He attended the New York University and has been part of Chainsmokers as from 2012. The group’s 2012 album was called Memories… Not Open.

https://www.thetelegraph.com/entertainment/the-wrap/article/The-Chainsmokers-Launch-Production-Company-Set-13364384.php

How Jeunesse Global Is Helping People Lose Weight with Zen Body

Every year tens of millions of people try to lose weight. However, the vast majority of people will not reach their weight goals. Now, one health and wellness company is trying to innovate the weight loss world with an advanced weight management system. That company, Jeunesse Global, is helping people burn off fat with their Zen Bodi system.

A New Approach to Weight Loss

Unlike other weight management programs, Zen Bodi takes a multi-stage approach that allows the body to prime itself for proper fat burning. The program then helps the body reduce fat utilizing an advanced formulated supplement package. Finally, the program helps people keep the weight off with a recurring weight management system.

Phase 1: Detox

Phase one of the Zen Bodi program primes the body for burning fat. In the detox phase, the Zen Bodi supplements will help detox the body of unhealthy bloat that prevents fat burn. This 7-day phase will eliminate water retention, raise metabolism and prime the body for fat burning.

Phase 2: Ignite

The second stage of the program will activate the metabolism and activate the fat burning around the body’s trouble areas. This phase can vary depending on how much fat needs to be lost. On average, this phase will last around 21 days. After this phase, the body will be able to reach its target weight.

Phase 3: Thrive

After the person has reached their target goal, it is important to keep that person on a path to proper weight management. Phase 3, also known as the Thrive phase, is a 28 day recurring program that helps the body stay fit with the help of advanced Zen Bodi supplements. This stage will help ensure that the body stays fit and trim for years to come.

About Jeunesse Global

For over decade, Jeunesse Global has offered a complete line of health and wellness products. These products are sold through a network of worldwide distributors. As the company enters its next decade of operation, Jeunesse Global will seek to find new ways to innovate the health and wellness industry.

https://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-Jeunesse-EI_IE613653.11,19.htm

Papa John’s CEO Steve Ritchie Is Creating New Diversity Efforts

Papa John’s CEO Steve Ritchie is ramping up the company’s diversity initiatives. The company sent a message to consumers in a video posted on social media. The video featured complaints Papa John’s received from customers with the response, “You expected better from Papa John’s. So did we.”

In addition to the social media campaign Steve Ritchie wrote a letter to employees outlining what Papa John’s was doing to correct course after troubling sales reports. Same store sales dropped 6.1% in the second quarter, and 10.5% in the following month. In the letter to employees, CEO Steve Ritchie wrote that the company’s leadership had received unconscious bias training and plans to roll out this training nationwide. Ritchie also wrote that an independent cultural audit is underway and would provide “actionable recommendations.”

Steve Ritchie and other Papa John’s leaders visited several major cities as part of a listening tour to gain input from employees and franchise owners on how Papa John’s can improve. Ritchie is also establishing a special advisory committee of diversity experts to guide the company. Ritchie said he is personally committed to increasing diversity to the Papa John’s leadership team.

The company under CEO Steve Ritchie’s leadership is starting two long-term initiatives in addition to the diversity efforts already underway. The first is a Papa John’s women and minority owned franchise expansion and development program. The second is the formation of a foundation focused on improving the communities in which employees live.

Steve Ritchie wrote about the initiatives on social media, saying “And now we’re all looking inwards, reclaiming the responsibilities Papa John’s has to our partners, customers and communities. In thinking about what we want the Papa John’s name to stand for moving forward, we’re now going where we should have been all along.”

Ritchie acknowledged that the initiatives “are only a start.” He ended his statement by asking employees to hold the company and himself accountable, writing, “But please hold us accountable to these words and commitments. Hold me accountable to them.”