“Honey Birdette” Hot new ligerie trend

Man of many is known to spend countless hours researching to find the best gear for men looking on the net and beyond. They state that they are known to have one of the best jobs in the world but that there is one setback. Writing about the same stuff for them can get a little boring and they love to shake things up a little time to time. They state that it feels great to be able to give back to the fairer sex but more then anything love to be able to keep everybody happy. In 2006 two friends were talking over a glass of wine about how they were tired of not being able to find provocative lingerie and luxury bedroom accessories. So they set out to bring a sense of sensuality into Australian bedrooms and thus Honey Birdette was born. Honey Birdette is able to guide you through everything you would need for the bedroom from high-end toys to carefully detailed lingerie. All of the Honey Birdette’s boutiques are known for their playfulnes, flirtyness and have champhange served to every guest. Their Honeys have the kind of exaggerated playfulness that alot of the fashion brands are lacking. Eloise Monaghan is the founder and Creative Director of Honey Birdette. Everything they create is designed in house at the Honey Birdettes headquarters also known as (Honey HQ). Honey Birdette finds a thrill with the development of every collection, each ranging from their softer textures to their hot n heavy textures. Regardless of the type of lingerie you are looking for Honey Birdette is there to please.

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The World Event Awards Grants Omar Yunes the 2015 Award

Sushi Itto is a franchise owned by Omar Yunes. The franchise won the award for the best franchise in the world in December 2015 in Italy. Omar said in an interview with the entrepreneur that he is very proud of the award. He continued to note that his 400 employees in the 13 units he manages are the source of the success as they have allowed him to be innovative. Representatives from 34 countries attended the 2015 best franchise in the world. They came from Mexico, France, Italy and Brazil among others. The effect of the franchise was evaluated, and its impact on networking and contribution regarding employee motivation was among the key elements. According to Diego the organizer of BFW Mexico, Omar won the highest award as he was an important change factor in a franchising-franchisee relationship. Omar also won the first place in the national qualifier. He has concentrated more on implementing control boards that aid in enhancing clearer measurements of each unit. Benjamin Cancelmo, the COE of Sushi Itto, noted that they regard the awards as a manifestation of their joint effort in providing customers with excellent services and unique hospitability. The award was a strong indicator of the success the sector has gained internationally. It leaves behind the days when franchises in Mexico were considered regional events.
The BFW is a worldwide event that recognizes the effort of franchisee of different brands across the world. Selection is carried out in each country and brings together best franchisees. Omar was selected to represent Mexico with his franchise of Sushi Itto the case of the professionalization of the role of the franchisee. Also representing Mexico was Ivan tamer with the prendamex brand and the case of implementation of the alternative system for the control and sale of articles.
About Omar Yunes
Omar is the leading Mexican franchisee innovator. He was recognized through the award of best franchise of the world in 2015. Yunes is known for his contributions to the brand he represents. He became the franchise of the Japanese food chain when he was 21 years old. He now owns 13 franchise units all located in Mexico. The franchise represents about 10% of the brand he owns.

Avaaz Is Uniting The World Towards More Awareness

Avaaz is an organization that helps to bring awareness to issues like climate change, animal rights, human rights, poverty, corruption, and conflicts. The name Avaaz comes from a Persian word that means “word” or “song”. Former Virginia congressman Tom Perriello, Executive Director for MoveOn Eli Pariser, Ricken Patel, Tom Pravda, Australian entrepreneur David Madden, Purpose.com’s co founder Jeremy Heimans, and Andrea Woodhouse are the individual co-founders of Avaaz and have contributed to its creation and success.

One of their most well known stunts included a human handshake from the Dalai Llama to the doors of the Chinese Embassy in London encouraging dialogue and discussion. The World Health Organization was greeted by Avaaz carrying herds of cardboard pigs asking them to investigate further into the swine flu.

Avaaz has successfully raised money to help with multiple global issues, the civil uprising in Syria before the civil war began, smuggle healthcare needs into Syria as well as 24 journalists from around the globe. They also created a software during the 2016 election making it easier for overseas Americans to vote, hoping it would help turn the tides towards a different President Elect. Avaaz brings together practical idealists from all over the globe to come together and make our world a better place for our future generations. They produce technologies that simplify communication between nations to avoid exclusions.

Avaaz also works hard to help refugees that are in need of a home. They petition and call for more participation in helping refugees find solace in a safe place. They have also worked hard against Monsanto and what its doing to our environment and future.

Much of their support comes from online activism. Signing petitions, sending emails, obtaining letters, and being knowledgeable about what’s happening in our world. Avaaz refuses to sugar coat the hard truth and the reality for millions of people around the globe. The only way to produce positive and effective change is to actively participate in the change you hope for.

Why are Success Academy students so successful?

When it comes to New York-based Success Academy, one thing many people know about them is that their students tend to be very successful. So much so, most of their schools now test in the 90th percentile in a variety of subjects, and are out-testing students from much more affluent school districts.

 

How are Success Academy students so successful? What does the network do differently in their charter schools that other schools do not?

 

Success Academy students are taught to think — While many schools in New York teach by instruction, much of how Success Academy students learn is by doing.

 

That means, along with the 80 minutes or so of teacher instruction they get daily, Success Academy students also learn by collaboration with other students and by completing projects themselves.

 

The school places emphasis on reading, math and science, as well as on things like art, playing chess and learning about other cultures. All of this is taught to them in an environment that values critical thinking, and teaches students to think for themselves.

 

Parent involvement — Students are accepted into Success Academy schools every year via a lottery system. Any child can apply, and who is taken is then put down to chance, as this is seen as giving every child an equal opportunity for acceptance.

 

Once a child is accepted, the schools under Success Academy ask the parents to commit to being involved in their child’s education. That means they are tasked with ensuring homework gets done, that the child arrives at school on time every day, and that they read books to their children every night.

 

Parents are also expected to help with clubs, come to school functions and be willing to serve on things like the Parent Council or be a chaperone during a school field trip.

 

What all this parent involvement does is boost the child’s interest in learning, and give the parents even more investment in the school and in their child’s future.

 

This system is working so well, Success Academy now plans on expanding in New York City with more schools so they can reach even more children, and positively affect their education lives.

 

 

Bruce Bent II’s Influence On The Success Of The Money Market

Bruce Bent II is an entrepreneur with an extensive knowledge in the money market. He has experience in creating limited asset management, cash related results for broker-deal, financial institutions, certified plans, and the retail market. He is the reason for the success of various products in the technological development and for the growth of FDIC-insured programs. He holds over 60 patents. His inventions have helped to shape the outlook of the FDIC-insured cash management.

Bruce Bent II was the manager and Chief Executive Officer of The Reserve, which is a money market mutual fund and FDIC cash management company. The Reserve was one of the largest privately held money market companies, and also provided the second largest money market fund worldwide. He was responsible for it’s growth. He was mainly in charge of the orderly liquidation and acquisition of some of the company’s subsidiaries and partners. With Bent’s direction and guidance, he grew the products to a revenue of more than $133 billion, over a period of 17 years.

Bent became the Vice Chairman and President of the Double Rock Corporation, a financial services and technology institution. He serves as a senior executive to each of Double Rock’s six owned and subsidiary companies. The companies include Access Control Advantage LLC, a creator of the retirement market and Island Intellectual Property LLC, which involves patent licensing within the financial services market.

A well known figure, Bent has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, the New York Times and many other publications. He previously had a column in the World Journal and China Press that discussed the subject of investing. Bent was featured in the book Leadership Secrets of the World’s Most Successful CEOs and on the back cover of The Corporate Insider’s Guide to U.S. Patent Practice.

Bruce Bent II has had great success in his entrepreneurial journey. He is an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization. It is a peer network group that joins close to 10,000 young business professionals all over the world.

Bent obtained his B.S. in Philosophy from Northeastern University.

Bringing The Darker Side To Light

Thumbing through the pictures on “The Greyhound Diaries” takes you on a trip across America that you probably thought you would never take. Most of us, at one time or another, have viewed the people in those snapshots as “wanderers, vagabonds, misfits, marginalized and the forgotten. Some of them may be, while others are not. Some people go to visit relatives. Some people “live on the lines” because settling down just isn’t in their blood. Some may be relocating because of better employment opportunities. They may not have a vehicle of their own and the trip may be short enough not to warrant a plane ticket. Some of them probably couldn’t afford a plane ticket anyway. In those pictures you see a wide array of people of different shapes, sizes and colors which are just as varied as the stories of how they got on a Greyhound in the first place.

 

This is America. This is the America that corporate America does not want to talk about or acknowledge, and this is the America that Doug Levitt chronicles. He does so in a tactful and professional way while staying approachable and friendly. He is as down to earth as down to earth can be, yet he has talents that help bring this part of America in view. This view is not made in order to shame people. On the contrary. What Doug Levitt does is allow everyone to see the whole picture of America. Without websites like “The Greyhound Diaries” and the people like Doug Levitt who make them, we would all be left with a 2D image of America in a 3D generation. Mr. Levitt is doing us all a service by bringing the darker side of America to light and putting faces to the labels that some of us put on them.