EOS Lip Balm and the People that Love These Flavors

The lip balm industry is changing. ChapStick is a company that may have stayed at the top of the lip balm industry as a leader for many years, but this company has fallen behind. The new leader is EOS, and people are thrilled about this for one reason: this is a company that has a long line of fruity flavors that appears to consumers of many different age groups.

People are really buzzing about the Evolution of Smooth (https://evolutionofsmooth.ca/) because this product has so many different flavors out there for consumers to try. There are some interesting flavors like Vanilla Mini and Passion Fruit that are getting people to take a second look at what EOS is doing. This is the type of company that has managed to outshine the rest of the competition because there is some strong social media buzz. The different flavors that are on the market present customers with so many interesting things to try. They don’t have to get stuck with a single flavor. To the contrary, the Evolution of Smooth is designed with a multitude of flavors that are keeping people from getting bored with this brand. EOS lip balms can be purchased online at amazon.com, ebay.com, and at retailers such as Walgreens, Target, Walmart, Rite Aid, and others.

The good thing about using the Evolution of Smooth lip balm is that you don’t have to worry about whether the ingredients will irritate the skin. The lip balm from EOS is actually designed to nourish the skin. People that are interested in soft lips will really appreciate what this type of lip balm is doing. Celebrities really seem to love it. There are many people in entertainment that cannot get enough of this. Kim Kardashian, for example, is using this Amazon popular brand and millions of people are able to see this on sites like Twitter and Instagram. Celebrities are definitely boosting the recognition of EOS.  Visit evolutionofsmooth.ca for more information.

 

Vijay Eswaran: From Co-Founding QI Group To Authoring Business Books

Vijay Eswaran is the founder of several direct selling and asset management companies through QI Group, a multilevel marketing firm he and Joseph Bismarck founded nearly 20 years ago. Eswaran’s plan in starting these companies was to give aspiring entrepreneurs across Asia and the world a chance to go into business for themselves, and through QNet all products are sold solely by these independent sales representatives on Facebook. QI Group has also helped small to midsized businesses get financed through their QI Asset Management company, and they even have a training program in multilevel marketing called The V available through Quest International University Perak. Eswaran has made a lot of money through QI Group, but he’s familiar with doing a lot of manual labor too.

Vijay Eswaran was born in Malaysia and has run most of his business operations there, though he’s also launched them in India, Singapore, Hong Kong, The Philippines and reached across the globe. He got his bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics, but spent time doing manual labor before going to grad school. Those odd jobs included picking grapes, working in construction zones and even driving a cab. But after saving up money, Vijay Eswaran was able to get into binary marketing through CIMA certification, and eventually completed his MBA at Southern Illinois University.

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Vijay Eswaran first entered multilevel marketing when he decided to help the Cosway Group launch its Philippines subsidiary, and he soon found it to be attractive as a full time profession. In 1998, he officially co-founded QI Group Ltd. and in the coming years helped found RYTHM Foundation. RYTHM has sponsored global initiatives across the Asian community through food drives and gifts to impoverished communities, helping establish schools and libraries, and caring for children with special needs. Eswaran is also a member of the World Economic Forum at philanthropies.org/vijay-eswaran-2/ where he has given lectures and discussed various issues, and he attended the Global Indian Business Meet in 2012 where he was given the New Global Indian award for business and philanthropy work. He’s been mentioned in Forbe’s Asia’s Heroes of Philanthropy list in 2011, and is also the author of several books including his bestseller, In The Sphere Of Silence.

Capital Group’s New Chairman – The Last Company Man?

Few these days work their way up the ladder the way Timothy Armour has. The trend nowadays is to jump from company to company, but Armour dedicated his career to Capital Group and in 2015 it paid off big when he became its chairman and chief executive officer.

While Armour didn’t start in the proverbial mail room, he did begin it as a participant in Capital’s “Associates Program.” The Los Angeleno put to work his bachelor’s degree in economics from Middlebury College and began working his way up. It was no case of overnight success for this advocate of active management. Timothy Armour has 33 years of investment experience – all at Capital.

Before taking the reins as head of the company, he worked for Capital as an equity investment analyst specializing in the areas of global telecommunications and US service companies. He also held the position of equity portfolio manager. Timothy Armour now also serves as chairman and principal executive officer of Capital Research and Management Company, Inc. and as chairman of the Capital Group Companies Management Committee. He illustrated throughout his career the importance of holding on to a good investment.

At the time of his appointment, he discussed the company’s strengths and his drive to continue its success.

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“The true strength of Capital Group lies not in an individual but in the collective talents of all our associates who are aligned behind our mission to deliver superior, long-term investment results to our investors and clients,” Armour said in a statement. “Our management committee and our 7,600 associates look forward to continuing our 84-year legacy of delivering on our commitments to investors and the advisors who serve them.”

In a modern business world of ship jumpers, Armour stands testament to the old-fashioned company man. He started at the bottom, put in effort and hard work, and rose to the top of his game, and to the top of the company to which he devoted his career. The key was picking a company he could believe in.

“We believe in what we do, even if at times the world doesn’t,” Armour told Bloomberg Markets in a 2015 article on top performing mutual funds.

Related: https://www.americanfunds.com/individual/news/senior-management-changes.html

How Nationwide Title Clearing Is Helping Americans Protect Their Homes?

Since 1991, Nationwide Title Clearing Inc. has saved countless homeowners to safeguard their legal real estate. The company is the leading provider of research and document processing in the United States. Its error-free approach to compiling property and real estate records helped it gain trust of top mortgage service providers. At least 8 out of 10 premier mortgage providers in the United States now depend on the immaculate service offered by NTC. Based in Palm Harbor, Florida, it is nominated by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing companies in the region. In fact, the company also won the Inc. Hire Power Record for putting Americans back to work.

 

According to its CEO, John Hillman, his company helps individuals to address any issues with the property records before undertaking any financial commitment. Accordingly, the success of the company depends on keeping accurate records. It helps consumers by providing them error-free reports that are compiled from a variety of sources and hand-checked to ensure accuracy. As a result, the company can claim to access property records for any house in the United States. The company can fulfill county document requirements in all recording jurisdictions nationwide, which is close to 3,600 different areas.

 

It is interesting to note that title defects can occur in a variety of different instances. For example, a simple wording in the document can cause huge problems if the wording does not comply with the real estate standard of the local area. Similarly, house owners also face difficulties when the signature of a pertinent party, such as spouse, are absent from the document. Previous liens and other encumbrances also makes a title, unmarketable. It also means that the owner will not be able to transfer the property if corrections are not fixed. Often these corrections can take months. It is also becoming common to face title problems if the owner did not follow proper procedures.

 

Under these circumstances, Nationwide Title Clearing has come out with a major revamp of its website that will allow consumers to get access to the property records, online. Anyone can easily download complete details of the property by ordering an extensive Assignment Report Verification Services. To complement the report, a Current Owner Report, also comes handy. There is also an option to find the current tax status of the property by looking at either the Tax Status Report or Tax Status Plus Report.

 

John Hillman also suggested that the objective of the company is to provide accurate records of every single property in the United States. Because research is conducted based on actual land records, it is possible to get hold of existing and historic data. Automation coupled with human verification also allows NTC to stay ahead of the competition.

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Securus Technologies Defends Against Global Tele Link Press Release

A few months ago Global Tele Link (GTL) published a press release regarding patents being disputed by GTL with the United States Patent Trial and Appeals Board (PTAB). In a series of allegations, GTL accused Securus Technology of patent infringement. In the GTL claims, patent “816”, a patent that protects certain aspects of video visitation software from infringement has been apparently violated by Securus Technologies.

 

Securus Technologies countered this accusatory press release by going point by point through the original GTL accusations and answering with clear, concise points. For example, GTL stated that patent 816 had been validated by the PTAB. Securus stated that they went through the patent record and found no evidence of patent 816 ever been validated by GTL. Furthermore, any legal action initiated by GTL has been stayed by the Texas federal courts for now. Securus is confident that if a legal dispute does go to court, Securus has never used that aspect of GTL technology.

 

To read all points listed and disputed in the GTL claim, please click here. Both parties have claims in for video technology, but Securus has almost three times the amount of total patents or pending patents than GTL has currently. It will be interesting to see if this GTL dispute actually has any legal grounding. One thing that GTL could do that Securus currently does is essentially “lease out” their technology to another inmate communication company. GTL would still own the rights, but make more money than they would by just using the technology in-house.