Angels of Las Vegas Wellness Walk

Angels of Las Vegas

Angels of Las Vegas kicks off Wellness Walk in Support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Cancer has affected so many of my friends and family. Maintaining a positive attitude along with exercising & healthy eating are the only things that can help us fight off all forms of Cancer,”

— stated Aynalem Workneh, AOLV President.


Angels of Las Vegas
7836 W. Sahara Ave
Las Vegas Nevada, 89117
Phone: 1 (800) 214-9648

Angles of Las Vegas kicks off Wellness Walk in Support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The Las Vegas-based non-profit wellness center brings emphasis to health and wellness in the community.

The Angels of Las Vegas Wellness Center is excited to announce their Wellness Walk to bring health and wellness awareness to the community. The Wellness Walk will be a live and virtual event held at Craig Ranch Regional Park on Saturday, October 24th from 8 AM to 11 AM.

“Cancer has affected so many of my friends and family. Maintaining a positive attitude along with exercising and healthy eating habits are the only things that can help us fight off not only COVID-19 but all forms of Cancer too,” stated Aynalem Workneh, AOLV President.

Due to COVID-19, the Angels of Las Vegas can only host 100 participants who will walk in the Wellness Walk; however, the public is virtually invited to participate in parks near their homes. This event will be live-streamed on their Facebook and YouTube Channel.

The Angels of Las Vegas Wellness Center urges women ages 40 years and older to talk with their doctors during National Breast Cancer Awareness month about breast cancer screening. Women who cannot afford mammograms may be eligible for free screening from a local health care provider.

The non-profit wellness center provides several programs for patients, survivors, caregivers, and families facing cancer and all types of life-threatening illnesses. The Angels of Las Vegas center offers a warm and inviting space for clients to relax, connect with others, and experience a sense of community. Services are provided by donations, ensuring that cost is not a barrier.

For more information or to donate online, please contact 1 (800) 214-9648 or visit

Rhonda Nolen
(702) 908-9577

Angels of Las Vegas is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire and bring hope to those affected by all types of life-threatening illnesses. Founded in 2010, Angels of Las Vegas has grown over 20 members and has exceeded the boundaries of enhancing the quality of life for patients, caregivers, survivors, and families by providing free support, services, and education. Their programs include nutrition education, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, expressive arts, music therapy, and support group. Their programs aim to enhance an individual's ability to experience life quality through practices that provide stress management, reduce anxiety, relaxation techniques, and group exercise to incorporate physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Angels of Las Vegas offers a warm and inviting space for clients to relax, connect with others, and experience a sense of community. Services are provided by donations, ensuring that cost is not a barrier.

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CEO of Ferrari Energy Adam Ferrari Discusses the Future of Blockchain in the Oil and Gas Industry

Adam Ferrari shares insight into some of the many ways blockchain technology may impact the oil and gas industry’s future.

EL SEGUNDO, CA, USA, October 20, 2020 / — The oil and gas industry has seen technological innovations in recent years ranging from hydraulic fracturing, 3-D seismic extraction, and other designs to help overall fuel growth. However, as Adam Ferrari – CEO of Ferrari Energy and mineral acquisition expert – states, most of these innovations have been on the industry’s operations side. Now, businesses are looking to the experts to determine what technology can help improve supply chains, procurement processes, or overall finances. Blockchain technology looks to be a shining light to help make those areas more efficient.

Oil and gas is a heavily regulated industry and is subject to compliance and reporting from the Dodd-Frank Act, the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, and European Union directives. Each of these regulatory bodies strives to ensure companies in the industry are both transparent and compliant. Studies have shown that introducing blockchain technology can help improve transparency and increase efficiency across all companies. Efficiencies could reduce any need for reconciliations of data between joint operating agreements and data hubs managed by third parties.

Another way blockchain technology can help the future of the oil and gas industry is through reducing cybersecurity threats. Many oil operations require sensors to provide real-time insight into current processes, but they often become unsafe areas of a network susceptible to risk. By implementing blockchain technology, companies can store critical information broken down into encrypted fragments that entirely reduce security breaches.

Companies also run into inefficiencies when trading assets in oil and gas. Implementing blockchain technology into applications that run trading platforms can help reduce or remove broker fees, limit fraud, reduce errors, and other compromising transactions that often occur. Blockchain can additionally limit credit risk. Taking all of these benefits into account, not only can trading energy markets become more efficient, but blockchain can also open the door to new markets energy traders have not yet thought of.

Lastly, blockchain has the potential to provide benefits to companies that are looking for automation, smooth-running supply chains, and analytics for capital project spend. As the oil and gas industry has seen a stagnation of growth, limits in expansion, and huge swings in volatility in recent years with commodity prices, blockchain is a solution that may help companies find new ways to cut costs and control expenses without a negative impact on drilling times and margins.

Implementing a distributed ledger strategy or blockchain allows companies to streamline processes to know the who, what, why, and how tasks get accomplished throughout the entire supply chain.

About Adam Ferrari
Adam Ferrari is the founder of mineral acquisitions company Ferrari Energy. He is a chemical engineer by degree and is an accomplished petroleum engineer by profession. He also has experience in the financial sector through his work at an investment banking firm. Under his leadership, his company supported organizations including; St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Freedom Service Dogs, Denver Rescue Mission, Coats for Colorado, and Next Steps of Chicago.

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SCHREMS II WEBINAR FAQ #3: Do Additional Safeguards enable Schrems II compliant EU employee data processing?

Schrems II Webinar FAQ 3 of 25: Do Additional Safeguards enable Schrems II compliant EU employee data processing?

Schrems II Webinar FAQ 3 of 25: Do Additional Safeguards enable Schrems II compliant EU employee data processing?

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Anonos: Maximizing Data Liquidity – Universal Protection & Unrivaled Utility

Yes. If you are already practicing Data Protection by Design and By Default.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, October 20, 2020 / — Schrems II Webinar FAQ #3 of 25: Do Additional Safeguards enable Schrems II compliant EU employee data processing?

Yes. If you are already practicing Data Protection by Design and By Default, most employee-related processing involving EU personal data can continue using additional safeguards like GDPR-heightened Pseudonymisation.

NOTE: Answers to numerous questions related to the ability of Pseudonymisation and Data Protection by Design and by Default to enable EU employee-related processing – both in the context of Schrems II compliance purposes and generally – were combined in the following.

Limitations of Consent and Contract for EU Employee Data Processing

Unlike many other use cases, consent-based processing will rarely be an option for employee-related data (1). This is because of the imbalance of power between employers and employees; employees can only freely give consent in exceptional circumstances. It is extremely difficult for employers to rely on the lawful basis of consent to process employees’ personal data (2).

With consent generally not available, attention naturally turns to contract-based processing. However, in that case processing is limited to what is strictly necessary for the performance of the contract (3). In the employment context, this might cover payroll and benefits administration, but cannot extend to secondary uses like Talent Analytics. Moreover, the use of contract does not constitute an additional safeguard that would enable international transfer of this data for processing outside the EU for the same reasons SCCs alone are now inadequate – government agencies that might surveill the data are not bound by the contract.

As discussed in the webinar, one of the consequences of the Data Protection by Design and by Default (DPbDD) obligations under Article 25 of the GDPR is that if processing can be done using de-identified data it must be. Note that this is true whether processing is done within the EU (localised), or outside the EU. Using GDPR pseudonymisation to de-identify data can be quite useful in establishing the grounds for processing based on legitimate interests.

Legitimate Interest Processing for EU Employee Data

Using a technical and organisation safeguard like GDPR heightened Pseudonymisation can “tip the balance in favour of the controller” so that employee data can be processed under legitimate interests grounds under the GDPR (4). And, if a Data Protection Impact Assessment is performed along these lines prior to export to a non-EU processor, with only the EU exporter retaining the ability to relink to employee identity, this can satisfy Schrems II requirements to allow processing to continue both inside and outside of the EU.

Schrems II Compliant Processing of EU Employee Data Using DPbDD

Many high value uses of EU employee data, like Talent Analytics, can be done in compliance with DPbDD obligations by using de-identified data. Where processing cannot be done using de-identified data, processing is likely to have to be localized, and limited to what can be performed pursuant to performance of a contract. This is because, in the case of international transfers, of the obvious inability to limit parties other than an EU exporter to identify the data subjects, and, in the case of localized processing, of the difficulty of meeting the requirements for legitimate interests processing on identifiable data.

As always, the practicality of DPbDD in a specific situation will be determined by non-privacy related legal requirements applicable to the situation (e.g., employment requirements) but this question provides a good opportunity to review some underlying principles of DPbDD.

Potential DPbDD Approaches

The following three DPbDD options, among others, may be available.

Option No 1:

The identity of the individual could be de-identified by replacing their name and other identifying information with a random pseudonym (we will refer to this pseudonym as “RP1” for Random Pseudonym One) that could be randomly assigned and not derived from the underlying data so that it would not be susceptible to re-identification if intercepted (see RP1 could be used to refer to the individual rather than the identifying information. The EU Employer/Exporter could hold the GDPR Article 4(5) “additional information” that is necessary to attribute the RP1 pseudonym to the specific data subject. Care would need to be taken not to use the same RP1 pseudonym to the point that unauthorized third parties could infer, single out or link the RP1 pseudonym to the individual without requiring access to the additional information held separately by the EU Employer/Exporter. Different pseudonyms could be used at different times for different purposes, with the “additional information” necessary to attribute the different pseudonyms to the same individual held by the EU Employer/Exporter.

Option No. 2:

The employee information exported by the EU Employer/Exporter could be aggregated into a format that enables desired processing at a small cohort or “look-alike” group level; only the defined cohort values would be provided to the data importer for processing. Cohorts must be small enough to represent the distinct characteristics, attributes, preferences, activities, behaviours and even location of a real group of data subjects necessary to achieve business objectives from processing data, but large enough that they don’t enable singling out, linking to, or inferences about the identity of individual data subjects (5). This balance can be hard to strike without applying technical measures to reduce re-identification likelihood. Upon receipt of the results of processing by the data importer, the EU Employer/Exporter can then re-link the information to the appropriate employee data using the “additional information that they possess and maintain exclusively in the EU.

Option No. 3:

When there are insufficient numbers of EU employees to create the cohorts suggested in Option No 2 above, synthetic data can be added to the data provided to the data importer which represents fictitious employees while ensuring that the important statistical properties of the sample data are reflected in synthetic data.


Although consent may be an option in some cases for non-EU based processing of EU personal data, it is rarely available as a basis for processing employee data, and so is not relevant as a Schrems II solution. Contract has very narrow applicability to only specific types of administrative processing and does not address Schrems II requirements for additional safeguards that ensure protection against surveillance. However, where processing of employee data can be done in de-identified form, GDPR pseudonymisation has the three-fold benefit of:

Supporting DPbDD requirements;
Assisting in meeting the requirements for legitimate interests processing; and
Serving as an additional safeguard to help meet Schrems II requirements.

The Schrems II Webinar – Lawful Data Transfer – with NOYB, EDPS and industry experts was held on 8 October 2020. Over 2,300 registered and submitted over 900 questions. These 900+ questions were distilled down to the top 25 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). These FAQs are being posted to the LinkedIn Schrems II group for comments by the community and at If you are not already a member of the Schrems II LinkedIn group, we encourage you to join to learn and participate in the discussion. A summary, transcript and replay of the webinar can be viewed at

(1) See Section 3.1.1 in Guidelines on Consent under Regulation 2016/679 (wp259rev.01) available at at page 6.
(3) See Section III.2.2 of Opinion 06/2014 on the Notion of Legitimate Interests at page 16.
(4) See Section III.3 of Opinion 06/2014 on the Notion of Legitimate Interests at page 23 – 43.
(5) For example, see

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Combining Cyber insurance & Cybersecurity is the focus for Amplify Intelligence & Gallagher. At Cyberweek 2020

Amplify Intelligence Logo implementing AI as a threat detection mechanism

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Gallagher partners with Amplify Intelligence to offer state of the art Cyber Insurance

Gallagher partners with Amplify Intelligence to offer state of the art Cyber Insurance

Paul Byrne | Amplify Intelligence CEO

Amplify Intelligence Cyber Security Experts – Paul Byrne CEO | Founder

This week Amplify Intelligence with their partners Gallagher aims to concentrate on a range of aspects encompassing both cyber security, and cyber insurance.

The greatest cyber challenge small business face is the belief they are not at risk. After this, it is how to manage all possible threats & costs without deep security expertise. We solve this problem”


MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA, October 20, 2020 / — "Cyberweek 2020" is upon us.

Cyber Week allows cybersecurity experts the opportunity to provide valuable information to small businesses, networks and peers, and build relationships with prospective investors and consumers.

It also offers a perfect opportunity for business owners and company executives to truly grasp what cyber protection means to them and their customer information – and how a lack thereof can result in the significant financial or reputational damage, and sometimes even legal penalties. To a cybercriminal, customer or business data is like gold.

Cyber attacks against Australia have increased in frequency in recent months, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds said on Friday the 4th September 2020, as the country released its first cyber security threat report which cited 4,500 hacking attempts in one day.

Traditional approaches to security that small businesses use such as security awareness, antivirus, Antimalware or Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) are not effective alone to stop these.

One security solution alone can not prevent a cyber breach, even if it is the best in its field.

Enterprise knows this and follows standards such as ISO27001 with a defence in depth approach which is greatly lacking for small businesses. This is what Amplify Intelligence and Gallagher are looking to solve, bringing a layered approach to the cyber defence for small businesses.

> As our insurance partner in providing cyber security risk management tools for businesses, Gallagher contributes valuable advice and guidance on strategy to help clients safeguard their business systems, data, intellectual property and communications.
> For those involved in cyber security for business protection this event showcases
> Cyber fitness of Aussie small business
> Australia under cyber attack – are you ready?
> Driving change through opportunity – carving out a pathway beyond the pandemic
> AIC: Investing in Australian cyber security – why it's important for building digital trust
and many more areas where cyber insurance provides critical back-up to practical security measures.

Amplify Intelligence tailors their cybersecurity service to your business security needs.

As cyber crime is a constantly evolving threat, we believe that the responsible business owner cannot afford to risk reliance solely on protection from an unknown threat – make yourself a harder target, and reduce the cost of insurance by operating within a more secure system.

As time goes by, we are learning that the softer targets are also more likely to be the target. Criminals tend to go for the easy money, as it is a lower risk for them. These businesses may realise that they can cover this risk with insurance, however, they will be paying a significantly higher premium.

67% of small businesses that have experienced a cyber attack will not recover – they will declare bankruptcy within a year – this is a hard pill to swallow but it is a fact that is not often discussed.
The danger is that your business might continue to operate at a disadvantage for weeks, months or even years as a result of an undetected and continuing hack.

Cyber criminals operate without borders. Criminals are not geographically limited to the victims they can physically reach, and many may not even be affected by local laws.

Amplify Intelligence is aware of this threat and has partnered with Gallagher to bring sophisticated enterprise-level protection to small business.

We remove the complicated clutter and address the threats faced by your business, and Gallagher provides advice and coverage from loss that may be incurred after an attack.

Come to our booth at CyberWeek to learn how Gallagher and Amplify Intelligence can protect your business!

Learn more about how Amplify Intelligence ( ) can help you with your cyber security.

Paul Byrne
Amplify Intelligence Ltd
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Asia-Pacific MICE Industry is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 8.6% through 2025 | COVID-19 Analysis

Asia-Pacific MICE Industry

Asia-Pacific MICE Industry

The report includes the analysis of the key players, market segments, application areas, and growth strategies.

PORTLAND, UNITED STATES, UNITED STATES, October 20, 2020 / — According to Allied Market Research, New Report Asia-Pacific MICE Industry generated revenue of $229.0 billion in 2017, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.6% to reach $441.1 billion by 2025. The term MICE in the context of travel is an acronym for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions. The MICE market refers to a specialized niche of group tourism dedicated to planning, booking, and facilitating conferences, seminars, and other events, and it is the highest revenue contributor to the travel industry. The MICE industry provides easy and convenient methods for organizing events and helps choose the right destination, which forms the basis of a successful event.

MICE represents a sector of tourism that includes business events and activities such as client meetings, brand & product promotions, business expansion, employee training, and incentives. Globalization of businesses, rapid increase in SMEs, and the surge in presence of corporate industries have caused massive increase in aforementioned business activities; thus, driving the growth of the Asia-Pacific MICE industry. Other significant factors that promote the growth of the market are rise in business travel coupled with change in lifestyle of business travelers to seek leisure trips, rapid urbanization, and increase in disposable incomes. However, high cost associated with MICE events and uncertain geopolitical conditions hamper the market growth. Factors such as investments in infrastructural development and technological advancements, are expected to provide lucrative opportunities for the growth of the market. The Asia-Pacific MICE industry is segmented on the basis of event type and country.

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Development of the travel & tourism industry plays a significant role in the growth of the Asia-Pacific MICE industry. Over the last decade, Asia-Pacific has been the fastest growing region for tourism in the world. The factors that promote the growth of Asia-Pacific travel & tourism industry include strong economic growth, increase in disposable income, political stability, and aggressive tourism campaigns. In addition, changes in lifestyle, rise in tourism promotion, increase in accessibility of transport facilities and others have fueled the significant growth of the travel & tourism industry in Asia-Pacific, which in turn supplements the growth of the MICE industry in this region.

Key Findings of the Asia-Pacific MICE Industry Market:

•Based on event type, the meeting segment accounted for around 64.0% of the Asia-Pacific MICE industry in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 8.5% from 2018 to 2025.
•The incentive travel segment accounted for 10.0% share of the Asia-Pacific MICE industry and is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 9.1%.
•By country, Singapore & Thailand are anticipated to grow at a significant CAGR of 10.3% and 10.0% respectively.
•China occupied around 25.5% share of the Asia-Pacific MICE industry in 2017 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.5%.
•Based on country, the Asia-Pacific MICE industry was dominated by China and Japan as the major market with nearly 42.0% market share in 2017 and are expected to witness a CAGR of 8.5 and 9.5% during the forecast period.

The key players operating in the Asia-Pacific MICE industry include Questex, LLC, CWT Meetings & Events, IBTM Events, BCD Meetings and Events, Capital Travel and Events, CiEvents, Conference Care Ltd., The Freeman Company, ATPI Ltd., and Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc.

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Rick Foxx, CEO of Florida’s Reverse Mortgage Center Releases New Book: "Reverse Mortgages Made Simple"

TAMPA , FLORIDA, USA, October 20, 2020 / — Earlier this morning, Rick Foxx, CEO of Florida’s Reverse Mortgage Center, announced the release of his third book: "Reverse Mortgages Made Simple: Your guide to the NEW Reverse Mortgage and Retirement Security – Shattering the Myths, Misconceptions and Confusion about Reverse Mortgages!"

Promising to bring clarity and knowledge to what is often a confusing subject, "Reverse Mortgages Made Simple" distills all the information and dispels the myths surrounding reverse mortgages in a way that anyone can understand with ease.

Mr. Foxx had this to say:

“A constant refrain I hear is how overwhelming the product and process seems to be when someone is starting out their research into reverse mortgages. There is just SO much information out there. And, hey, much of it is good, some of it is great, but the common theme seemed to be the information was flying over folk’s heads. I wanted to help make reverse mortgages easier to understand”

A reverse mortgage is a government sponsored loan type that is available to homeowners who are 62 years or older. It allows you to convert the equity in your home into tax-free cash that does not require a mortgage payment (Homeowners must remain current on property taxes, homeowners association dues and insurance). Mr. Foxx covers a lot of reverse mortgage ground in the book: discussing the programs, explaining the process and what to expect, dispelling common misconceptions and myths, and doing it in a way to really help the reader judge for themselves if this type of financial program is right for them.

“I wrote the book in the simplest, most everyday terms possible, with plenty of real world examples to help it all make sense. It’s clear, concise, and straight to the point…isn’t that what everyone wants? It’s a great introduction into the field of Reverse Mortgages and my team and I are always available to talk and answer questions or discuss scenarios. You can go right to right now too. Our website is easy to navigate with tons of information; you can even see how much you qualify for with our Reverse Calculator” he went on to say.

Reverse Mortgages have been all over the news as of late, with interest in Reverse Purchase Mortgages and Reverse Mortgage refinances and Reverse Purchase Mortgages (both covered in the book)at an all-time high. Local and trusted, Florida’s Reverse Mortgage Center are licensed experts who help seniors access tax-free cash quickly & confidentially, even if they have poor credit or income issues. Over 25 years in the business, CEO Rick Foxx leveraged his experience and direct knowledge to create this first-class company, and to write his first-class book, "Reverse Mortgages Made Simple".
Mr. Foxx concluded:

"My hope is we can reach seniors in our great state of Florida and get them the Reverse Mortgage information they are clamoring for in a format they are comfortable with."

Learn more about Florida's Reverse Mortgage Center at or by calling 727-388-5235.

Rick Foxx is the founder of the Foxx family of companies, including Foxx & Associates Real Estate, Foxx & Associates Mortgage and Florida's Reverse Mortgage Center. He has been an active Real Estate & Mortgage Broker for 25 years.

"Reverse Mortgages Made Simple" is available digitally and in paperback form.

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Florida's Reverse Mortgage Center
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VisIC Technologies erhöht die Serie E, um den wachsenden Markt für Elektrofahrzeuge zu unterstützen

The D3GaN V22TC65S1A Power Switch with extremely low RDS(ON)

The D3GaN V22TC65S1A Power Switch with extremely low RDS(ON)

VisIC Technologies Ltd., ein weltweit führender Anbieter von Galliumnitrid (GaN)

VisIC Technologies Ltd., ein weltweit führender Anbieter von Galliumnitrid (GaN) -Komponenten für Hochspannungsanwendungen in Kraftfahrzeugen

MediaTek investiert in die VisIC-Serie E.

VisIC verfügt über beeindruckende Innovationen und Entwicklungen rund um GaN für Hochleistungs-Elektrofahrzeuge, die Effizienz und Leistung von Hybrid- bis zu vollelektrischen Anwendungen verbessern.”

— Dr. Lawrence Loh, Senior Vice President von MediaTek.

NESS ZIONA, ISRAEL, October 20, 2020 / — • MediaTek investiert in die VisIC-Serie E.
• Die für Elektrofahrzeugsysteme entwickelte D3GaN-Technologie von VisIC wird das Angebot in der letzten Investitionsrunde erweitern

VisIC Technologies Ltd., ein weltweit führender Anbieter von Galliumnitrid (GaN) -Komponenten für Hochspannungsanwendungen in Kraftfahrzeugen, hat unter Beteiligung von MediaTek, dem viertgrößten globalen Fabless Halbleiterunternehmen der Welt, erfolgreich eine Finanzierungsrunde der Serie E gestartet. Diese Finanzierungsrunde wird dem Unternehmen helfen, sein Portfolio für Hochleistungssysteme für Elektrofahrzeuge zu erweitern.

"Diese Finanzierungsrunde wird uns helfen, unser Portfolio zu erweitern und weiterhin eine solide Produktionsgrundlage für bestehende Produkte zu entwickeln", sagte Dr. Tamara Baksht, CEO von VisIC. „Wir freuen uns sehr, MediaTek als Teil der VisIC-Investoren zu sehen. MediaTek ist ein großartiges innovatives Fabless-Unternehmen und eine ständige Inspirationsquelle für uns, härter zu arbeiten und neue technologische Lösungen zu liefern, um bedeutende Veränderungen in Industrie und Umwelt herbeizuführen. Wir werden von MediaTek viel lernen, wie wir Innovationen vorantreiben und den entscheidenden Unterschied für den Automobilmarkt zu bieten “, fügte Dr. Tamara Baksht hinzu.

MediaTek, das sich der Innovation verschrieben hat und sich als treibende Kraft auf dem Markt in mehreren Schlüsseltechnologiebereichen positioniert hat, darunter hoch energieeffiziente Mobiltechnologien, Automobillösungen und eine breite Palette fortschrittlicher Multimedia-Produkte, hat in VisIC investiert und wird mit seiner Erfahrung zur Beschleunigung der Innovation und dem Wachstums von VisIC beitragen.

“VisIC verfügt über beeindruckende Innovationen und Entwicklungen rund um GaN für Hochleistungs-Elektrofahrzeuge, die die Effizienz und Leistung von Hybrid- bis zu vollelektrischen Anwendungen verbessern. Wir glauben, dass diese Technologie der Schlüssel zur Verbesserung der Performance und einer günstigen Kostenbasis von Elektrofahrzeugen ist “, sagte Dr. Lawrence Loh, Senior Vice President von MediaTek.

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Über VisIC Technologies Ltd.
VisIC Technologies ist ein weltweit führender Anbieter von GaN-Elektronik für xEV-Anwendungen, der sich auf leistungsstarke Automobillösungen konzentriert. Die effizienten und skalierbaren Produkte basieren auf fundierten technologischen Kenntnissen über Galliumnitrid und jahrzehntelanger Erfahrung. VisIC ist bestrebt, eine schrittweise Funktionsverbesserung in Bezug auf Größe und Kosten von Energieumwandlungssystemen bereitzustellen und setzt sich in allen Entwicklungsphasen für eine qualitativ hochwertige Kundenbetreuung ein. VisIC bietet Hochleistungstransistorprodukte auf der Basis von Galliumnitrid (GaN) Material an, um Komponenten für kostengünstige und leistungsstarke Wechselrichtersysteme in Kraftfahrzeugen bereitzustellen.

Über MediaTek Inc.
MediaTek Incorporated (TWSE: 2454) ist ein globales Fabless-Halbleiterunternehmen, das jährlich 1,5 Milliarden „Connected Devices“ ermöglicht. Wir sind Marktführer bei der Entwicklung innovativer System-on-Chip-Systeme (SoC) für mobile Geräte, Home Entertainment, Konnektivität und IoT-Produkte. Unser Engagement für Innovationen hat uns als treibende Kraft auf dem Markt in mehreren Schlüsseltechnologiebereichen positioniert, darunter hocheffiziente mobile Technologien, Automobillösungen und eine breite Palette fortschrittlicher Multimedia-Produkte wie Smartphones, Tablets, Digitalfernseher, 5G und Voice Assistant Geräte (VAD) und Wearables. MediaTek befähigt und inspiriert Menschen, ihren Horizont zu erweitern und ihre Ziele durch intelligente Technologie zu erreichen, einfacher und effizienter als je zuvor. Wir arbeiten mit den Marken zusammen, die Sie lieben, um großartige Technologie für alle zugänglich zu machen, und sie treibt alles an, was wir tun. Besuchen Sie für mehr Informationen.

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Dealer Profit Services Announces Third F&I Success Webinar for Recreational Dealers – The F&I Process

Dealer Profit Services

The F&I Success Webinar provides key tips and techniques along with industry leader insights enabling all types of recreational dealers to maximize their profit

Shop-by-payment lets dealers know what the customer is looking for while showing the customer what is possible. This leads to fantastic customer satisfaction and great dealer success.”

— Tarry Shebesta, CEO-truPayments, LLC

ATHENS, GA, USA, October 19, 2020 / — "No matter what goals you set, if your F&I Process is flawed, you are handicapping your possibilities for success," says Myril Shaw, Chief Operating Officer at Dealer Profit Services. "F&I profit and success and profit is fully dependent on an F&I Process that starts with first contact and persists reliably and consistently until the customer leaves the store with a unit ready for delivery."

This third webinar, "Recreational F&I Success – The F&I Process", is Wednesday, October 21st at 1:30 PM EDT. The webinar is free and open to anyone. Registration is available here –

Moderated by Myril Shaw, the session will run for roughly 45 – 60 minutes and will feature unique content as well as an interview Tarry Shebesta, founder and CEO of truPayments, LLC. With years of F&I experience, Mr. Shebesta is the creator of "Get-Pre-Qualified" and "Shop-By-Payment". He will discuss the value of learning early what the customer wants and is qualified for.

These webinars each focus on one area which can potentially enhance the profitability of F&I efforts. Subsequent topics include: the F&I Process; Selling Protective Products; the importance of Compliance; 100% Turnover to Finance; F&I as a lifestyle enabler and so on.

The webinars also include Q&A sessions and will be recorded and made available through the Dealer Profit Services YouTube channel.

Shaw says, "The process drives the profit. A well-defined process, which is fully trainable and replicable and which starts early makes all the difference in driving F&I success."

About Dealer Profit Services
The dealer's partner in all things F&I, Dealer Profit Services continuously strives to maintain and improve on its "best in the industry" reputation. Founded by a team with over 160 years of dealership experience. Dealer Profit Services knows what it takes to make you successful. Links and additional contact information are available at

Whether you want someone to take over your F&I and just drive profit to your store, help you some of the time, provide tools that you need to improve your F&I performance, create and train in all things Compliance, need some quick advice or just provide F&I Training/Consulting, we are here to help you. Contact us anytime at or give us a call at 470-326-0966.

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Dealer Profit Services, LLC
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How One Executive Search and Consulting Firm is Helping Businesses Bounce Back Through Value Proposition

Cowen Partners

Nationally respected executive search firm, Cowen Partners, Guides Organizations To Post-Pandemic Success

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2020 / — Cowen Partners, the West Coast’s Premier Executive Search and Consulting Firm is laying the ground map for how value-driven organizations can excel in the post-pandemic era. Companies that value what their employees value are set to be the front runners of success, in addition to retaining their talent as we navigate this new societal landscape. Cowen Partners is committed to providing the proper guidance and support in helping their esteemed clients top the list.

Businesses and employees are standing together at a unique intersection of a public health crisis, cultural and political upheaval, and economic uncertainty. COVID-19 continues to run rampant, the Black Lives Matter movement calls for a reallocation of social and political power, and industries have collapsed and crumbled throughout quarantine. Both corporations and employees are concerned about enduring this unprecedented trifecta of disasters and what our world will look like in the aftermath.

The process of reconstruction looms on the horizon, and while there is no map to help navigate our new economic climate, Cowen Partner’s is profoundly dedicated to providing analysis and support for their clients as we begin to shift our mindset as a society.

What does this shift in consumer and employee priorities mean for executives left nursing companies back to life in a post-pandemic economy? Now more than ever, companies must adapt their product or service and company operations to align with broader concerns about human health and safety. Push comes to shove, and it will be value-driven organizations that soar after COVID-19 disappears. 

“From an executive recruiting standpoint, a vital step in the process of answering some of these questions is having the right innovators and thinkers in your corner. I am a firm believer in the power of hiring the right people. Employees with the right expertise, understanding of your brand and marketplace, and business acumen will generate thoughtful solutions that can make or break company profit margins in times of strife.”

Gaining and retaining talent depends on a company’s ability to ground its product, service, or operations in contributions to timely, relevant issues that are threatening local and global communities. Clients must understand their company’s value proposition, which is critical to attracting and keeping the right people in-house. If employees can find meaning in their work and feel that they are a part of a more significant, positive social, culture, or economic contribution, the quality of work and talent improves. 

Cowen Partner’s is happy to announce that they will not only be taking on new clients, but providing strategic consulting on how any business can rise up from the collapse from COVID, and bring forth a new era of leadership in business.

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About Cowen Partners

Cowen Partners is a national executive search and consulting firm with locations in Portland, Seattle ,and Vancouver, Washington. Serving clients both large and small, Cowen Partners works with private, publicly traded, Pre-IPO and non-profit organizations. Through proof of concept, dedication to the process, and unwavering support to their clients, Cowen Partners has successfully placed thousands of candidates in various industries; spanning the entire C-suite and including VP and Directors level leadership Roles. Recognized worldwide for their streamlined process, and 365 day placement guarantee, Cowen Partners has rapidly become the authority in the executive search and consulting industry.


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Travis White – Adapting to Newport Beach Real Estate Demands in 2020

Travis White Newport Beach Real Estate

NEWPORT BEACH, CA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2020 / — If anyone can talk about the craziness of the real estate market in 2020, Travis White can easily qualify. He was already spending much of his career in the rollercoaster that makes up Southern California’s real estate. And that meant he had gone through the steady build-up of the 1990s, the rocket real estate bubble of the 2000s as well as the subsequent crash, and then the repeat rise again through 2019 of market values and activity. It’s more than enough to write a book on.

So now, in 2020, with yet another weird curveball is thrown his way, Travis White has been navigating modern real estate and sales with a pandemic, digital tools, distance marketing, and everything new under the sun that has redefined real estate in current times.

Thoughts | Travis White Newport Beach Real Estate

Much of what Travis White and his team were dealing with prior to 2020 was a shift into technology to help widen his market reach as well as capture the interest of Internet-based customers looking for Southern California properties. Realizing quickly that the social restrictions of the pandemic put a spike in traditional real estate selling, Travis White and his team have worked aggressively to compensate via digital tools, video, interactive Internet platforms, and similar to keep customers interested in properties available.

Travis White has been no stranger to getting creative with tech and applying it to his real estate world. He was a fast adopter of the latest tools available, which allowed his team to make transactions for clients far easier as well as reach farther outside of his traditional geographic reach. As a result, Travis White gobbled up market share with receptive clients and now currently handles sales in both Southern California as well as Idaho.

Life Balance Matters | Travis White Newport Beach Real Estate

The above said Travis White is not all about his work. He spends a good amount of time also trying to translate his skills and knowledge to at-risk youth. Spending almost a decade working and mentoring kids and teens, Travis White has been actively and quietly helping young people understand the implications of technology, the promise and opportunity it gives them, and how to start their own business as adults as well using tech. Travis White has also been working anonymously as a philanthropist, helping non-profit organizations with both time and donations in their community assistance as well.

Future Direction | Travis White Newport Beach Real Estate

The world has changed and may very well stay that way permanently, even after the current pandemic is solved. Because people have been forced to rethink the way they do business much of what is happening now with online business may very well stay that way going forward. Fortunately for his team, Travis White saw a lot of today coming and was well prepared. As a result, his real estate company continues to move forward and adapt effectively to change, which has always been the name of the game in real estate success.

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