Monthly Archives: October 2016

Fabletics and The Council of Fashion Designers Of America Are Teaming Up To Fight Breast Cancer

Recently Fabletics clothing and The Council of Fashion Designers of America teamed up to stamp out the epidemic of breast cancers. Together the two have joined Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. The campaign is based out of the United Kingdom and … Continue reading

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Keith Mann: A CEO and Leader of Today

Keith Mann is no ordinary CEO. He founded DSP (Dynamics Search Partners) and has since wasted no time in helping people get better access to services and improvement opportunities by donating to charity. In fact, recently, DSP was able to … Continue reading

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Classdojo Raises $21 Million In Venture Funds

Recently, ClassDojo launched $2 million for its ClassDojo app. The money was raised in a Series B round of funding to facilitate the company obtain venture capital necessary to push its product to more users. ClassDojo app is a revolutionary … Continue reading

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Wen By Chaz Leads The Industry In Hair Care Treatment

Give your hair an effective hair care remedy that guarantees results. You want your hair to be good to you then you have to be good to your hair. Give it the industry standard treatment with Wen by Chaz. They … Continue reading

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Pros and Cons of Wikipedia to Your Reputation

Most business professionals own Wikipedia profiles to receive business notifications. Some seek market through Wikipedia whereas others seek human traffic and interaction. A Wikipedia page makes business easy, no need for hard sales to earn a profit. Although Wikipedia has … Continue reading

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Clients Come First at Equities First Holdings

Businesses and individual investors are turning to Equities First Holdings, LLC for their lending needs. They are a security based lending institution that has made an impact on the way people receive loans in a tough economic climate. Traditional ways … Continue reading

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