IAP Worldwide Services and Beyond

On their website, IAP says they are an international facilities management provider with more than 2,000 employees. With offices in 25 countries around the world, IAP is very proud of the fact that it can help businesses at any time in any troubled situation or emergency. IAP says they are ready and willing to assist with any logistical or technical challenge that may befall a company. And having been at it for over 60 years, it really knows what it’s doing. Through all of those years it has remained steadfastly passionate about helping companies in a time of crisis.

IAP Worldwide Services also takes pride in the fact that they have always acknowledged and shown gratitude to the many communities who have assisted them through the years. Throughout these years, IAP has stood tall through some guiding values: respect, responsibility, integrity, ingenuity, and purpose. To guide it it is girded by a leadership that leads in assisting industries via its skills, expertise and knowledge. And to this end, IAP is constantly on the search and acquiring the best minds to help with this mission.

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It acquires experts from a vast variety of different fields, primarily general management, logistics, construction, operation, program management, and accounting/financing. And the management not only acquires these experts, but has every imaginable resource and tool for them to do their work efficiently and safely. All of these people who are added are used to the fullest and given the complete gratitude for a job well done that they deserve. And as good as all of this already is, IAP is committed to steady improvement.

IAP Worldwide Services has been continuing its self-improvement since the very beginning when it was first formed by a partnership of several different companies.  IAP frequently makes contractual agreements with the government to assist them in various governmental projects. It is also constantly acquires new companies. PRNewswire says that in 2015 it acquired DRS Technologies, Inc. and Tactical Communications & Network Solutions.

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Stephan Murray – CEO of CCMP

Stephen Murray is an entrepreneur, philanthropist and private equity investor. He was the president and chief executive officer of CCMP Capital, which was a private equity firm that focuses on buyout and growth equity transactions. Murray attended Boston College and graduated with his degree in economics in 1984.

He began working for a credit analyst training program at Manufacturers Hanover Corporation.  In 1989 he graduated from Columbia Business School with his master’s degree in business administration. He then joined MH Equity Corporation which was a combined business with Manufacturers Hanover’s private equity group.

Manufacturers Hanovers was eventually purchased by Chemical Bank in 1991. MH Equity merged with Chemical Venture Partners and Chemical Bank merged with Chase Manhattan Corporation in 1996.

While companies and their subsidiaries were merging, Chemical Venture Partners became Chase Capital Partners. CCMP Capital became a spin-off from each company and investment firm.

Stephen Murray sadly passed away when he was just 52 due to health related conditions. He passed away in 2015 but many will remember him for his courageous efforts and his smart business relations. He was an avid supporter of the Make A Wish Foundation and Boston College.

He enjoyed taking part in many philanthropy efforts of business and enjoyed helping others along the walk of life. His years of expertise will be valued and remembered for many years to come. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/01/realestate/west-village-townhouse-for-17-million.html?_r=0

He helped shape and build a complex investment business that has more than exceeded throughout the years. The staff at Stephen Murray CCMP Capital are well educated and exhibit years of experience as well and will continue to provide exceptional quality services for many years to come.

Old Man Winter Has Abandoned the Slopes

I admit it. I love to Ski. I have been lucky enough to ski at some of the best resorts in the country. However, this year was different. Slopes that I frequented closed earlier than usual.

The ones that were open, had far fewer people on them. Snow was thin and the days were warmer than usual. This drastic shift in weather definitely had an effect on the amount of time I spent on the slopes. As I was listening to Press Play with Madeleine Brand on KCWR, I realized that I was not the only one who was affected.

When I tuned in, Madeleine was doing an interview with Andy Wirth. Andy is the CEO of Squaw Vally Ski Holdings in Olympic Valley, CA. He is the man responsible for brokering the deal to connect Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows Ski Resorts by gondola.

This gave Skiers access to both resorts and increased the space, safety, and enjoyment for all who’d love to ski both mountain ranges. Andy himself is an avid skydiver and thrill seeker. He has a love for all thing adventurous including skiing.

Andy Wirth discussed that Squaw has made changes to position itself for less snow. This past winter they only opened 4000 acres of skiing, compared to their normal 6000 acres. They have also have spent more than normal on learning the science of creating snow.

Andy Wirth is confident in his ability to sustain his ski resort even though admissions were down 20% last year. Although he is expecting more snow next year due to El Niño, he is preparing ways to remain profitable if weather patterns become increasingly more volatile.

There has recently been a greater push to in summer activities in order to increase revenue earnings for the year. He is also looking at ways to change the business so that it puts less strain on the environment.

He’s hoping that reductions in their carbon footprint may reduce the negative impact that can lead to the skewed weather patterns that we’ve been experiencing.  Learn more about Andy Wirth: https://about.me/andywirth and http://www.sierrasun.com/news/business/17254546-113/squaw-valleys-andy-wirth-appointed-chair-of-reno

I hope this year for a colder, snowier, winter. If that isn’t in the cards for me, I at least feel reassured that these mountains won’t go unvisited. There is someone making sure that ski resorts will survive, even if winters as we know them completely change.

The Midas Legacy

The Midas Legacy is a company in Winter Garden, FL that helps entrepreneurs in their search for success. They also work with investors, teaching them better ways to manage their money. The company seeks to coach people in all aspects of living, such as health, happiness, and financial management. They take a holistic approach to life coaching and wealth management.

They assist business owners with practical decisions to improve their finances and to make a way for more job openings. The Midas Legacy wants to help people enrich their lives. This is a different angle than most other institutions take. Midas teaches their clients how to develop discipline in various aspects of their lives.

Since its founding, Midas Legacy has found many investors who come to them for financial planning and life improvement. Many clients are interested in wealth management, because so many of them struggle with it. Midas has a diversity of experts who can help companies with anything from natural cures and medicine to retirement planning.

Clients benefit from the information they receive concerning the research Midas Legacy has done. This company has done a lot of research on passive income and retirement calculator planning. Company experts can show clients how to minimize their taxes by diversifying their investment portfolios. Midas Legacy has years of experience and can teach clients many crucial investment strategies.

Those who want to improve their lives and finances will benefit from this company. This includes entrepreneurs, people planning for retirement, and anyone who is looking for natural health and peace of mind. Whatever life clients wish for themselves, The Midas Legacy is there to help them realize their goals.

From day one, the company seeks to make their clients successful. As soon as prospective clients register as a member of the Midas Legacy, they get a free book called The Midas Code. Clients have a plethora of experts from which to choose for each aspect of their businesses and lives. Midas Legacy represents a new age of wealth management and total life enhancement.

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Clay Siegall is Seattle Genetics’ Talented CEO

Seattle Genetics is the name of an acclaimed biotechnology firm that’s located in Bothell, Washington. Bothell is less than half an hour away from Seattle. The primary focus at Seattle Genetics is on cancer treatments that revolve around monoclonal antibodies. It was incorporated in the summer of 1997. The management team at Seattle Genetics is composed of a selection of seasoned and knowledgeable executives. Clay B. Siegall, Ph.D. is the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and president. Eric L. Dobmeier is its Chief Operating Officer. Todd E. Simpson is its Chief Financial Officer. Some other significant executives who are part of the Seattle Genetics team include Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Drachman, Human Resources Executive Vice President Christopher Pawlowicz and General Counsel Jean I. Liu.

Clay Siegall is a Seattle Genetics co-founder. He helped establish the company toward the end of the 1990s. He’s a trained and seasoned scientist who prioritizes the world of targeted cancer therapies.
Siegall had an involved career prior to launching Seattle Genetics as well. He was an employee at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute between the years of 1991 and 1997. He was also an employee at the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute) between the years of 1988 and 1991. Siegall has an in-depth educational background. He attended the University of Maryland where he earned a bachelor of science degree in zoology. After that, he went to George Washington University where he earned a genetics Ph.D.

Writing is a big focus in Siegall’s illustrious and lengthy career. He has penned 70 plus publications in total so far. He’s also equipped with 15 patents. He’s a Board of Directors member for a selection of prominent organizations. These organizations include Washington Roundtable, Mirna Therapeutics, Alder BioPharmaceuticals and Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical. Siegall has even been honored with various coveted awards. He was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013 for Ernst & Young’s Pacific Northwest category.



Talk Fusion Hits It Out of the Park with New WebRTC Recorder

Talk Fusion, developers of the world’s first all-in-one Video Marketing Solution just introduced its new WebRTC Recorder. It gives users a faster way to communicate new ideas to their customers.

WebRTC is a browser-based real time communication device that allows for high quality Video Email and Newsletters using both Chrome and Firefox. It allows users to instantly record and playback video. Talk Fusion is ahead of the game in providing customers the tools to connect real-time to those they need to stay in touch with.

Talk Fusion is staying on the cutting edge of technology by listening to what customers want and need and developing the goods. Earlier this year, their Video Chat earned them the “WebRTC Product of the Year Award for 2016.”

Current Talk Fusion customers with Chrome or Firefox browsers can begin using the new technology by selecting Video Email or Video Newsletter from their product dashboard and then selecting “webcam.” It is a simply and easy step.

Talk Fusion markets its innovative products through Independent Associates in over 140 countries. They were started in 2007, by CEO Bob Reina. They were one of the first companies to provide the ability to combine emails with video, something big tech companies claimed was impossible. Their goal is to help companies large and small connect more closely with their customers.

CEO of Madison Street Capital, Anthony Marsala Recognized as a Global Emerging Leaders in the M&A Industry

Anthony Marsala, the CEO of a leading international boutique investment firm, Madison Street Capital, was honored as the winner of the prestigious M&A Emerging Leaders Award. The annual award is presented to professionals in the industry who make significant contribution to the M&A market and the community.

Anthony Marsala is a well-recognized name in the industry who is serving the M&A industry for more than fifteen years. According to Mr. Marsala, the achievement is a huge accomplishment because the competition for the award is intense as nominees are selected from a global pool of highly talented veterans. As such, each candidate is selected by an independent panel of business leaders.

Commenting on the achievement, President and Co-CEO of the M&A Adviser, David Ferguson, acknowledged the significance of the award by highlighting the global reach of the award, which also includes nominees across Europe and beyond. He hoped that the award will enable the M&A community to spotlight individuals who have given back to the community. He further stressed that the award will have significant effect on the advancement of the industry.

According to the sources, Anthony Marsala was selected due to his extensive deal-work in closing numerous high-profile M&A transactions that included both sell-side and buy-side M&A advisory. Besides, accounting skills of Mr. Marsala were also recognized as an asset that helped in various successful deals. Accordingly, it is noticeable that Anthony Marsala is also a certified professional who holds accreditation from the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts. His nomination was also strengthened due to the selection in Forty under 40 program of NACVA and participation in the Crain’s Leadership Academy Program, in 2016.

To commemorate the achievement of M&A professionals, the M&A Advisor is holding a balck-tie Gala dinner at the Manhattan Athletic Club, in New York. In addition, the event is also used to pair existing and past M&A emerging leaders. It is also seen as the opportunity to meet industry stalwarts and peers who can provide additional guidance and contacts to the new leaders.

About Madison Street Capital

Madison Street Capital is a boutique investment firm catering to middle market. The Chicago based firm offers financial advisory services to public and private firms regarding matters related to mergers and acquisitions. Since its inception, the company has successfully guided some of the most well-known merger activities in the middle-market of North America. Professionals at Madison Street Capital provide complete solution by acting as a guide during decision-making process until the deal is closed.


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Living In A Transparent World: College Athletes

Living in a Fish Bowl; College Life as an Athlete
College sports are a big part of college life and is also a billion dollar business that generates revenue for the school and for the athlete. Athletes receive many benefits from playing college sports including name recognition and perks. Because college athletes are pretty much in a fish bowl, they have to be specially careful with the impression they make to others. The biggest issue is that with the benefits come some risks.

The reality is according to an blog post by Recruiting Realities that most young teenagers don’t think about what they post on social media. There are 9 Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Student Athletes that college athletes need to adhere to or risk a ruined reputation or worse.

Transparency can be a good thing and may open doors but could also backfire if caught doing something illegal or damaging. College athletes need to remember that anything they say and do might be taken the wrong way at anytime. The best prevention according to some social media experts is to limit time on social media and monitor behavior outside social media. If you need to use a monitoring product like BrandYourself do it. Student athletes can be proactive in owning what you say on social media, understanding that social media is an effective tool and stay consistent with the message you want to convey about yourself.

Fabletics Here to Stay in the Future

Fabletics is an online retailer that offers athleisure fashion wear and a clothing apparel company where casual outfits, leggings and tops are personalized for each individual’s lifestyle. Since Fabletics began its actual online retail business on October 1, 2013 in the U.S., founders Adam Goldenberg, Don Ressler, and Kate Hudson have expanded into the U.K., France, Germany, Canada, and Australia. What’s more, athleisure fashion wear is a brand of clothing with styles for all individuals, men or women, whether you are working out in a gym or not, you’ll be inspired by Fabletics’ athleisure clothing.

We create clothing that inspires you to stay active,” says cofounder of Fabletics, Kate Hudson.

In fact, athleisure fashion has now become a new trend in the clothing industry (i.e., apparel industry, textile industry). That being, whether you are working out at a gym, or refreshing your body, mind and soul in yoga, or even dressing casual in business on dress down Fridays at your workplace, athleisure is the idea of just being comfortable in what you are wearing, says reporter Martha Teichner of CBS Sunday Morning news.

Read the full story at http://www.cbsnews.com/news/dressing-down-the-rise-of-athleisure/

That is to say, the athleisure line is not just a short time craze in clothing wear, but rather a new lifestyle of how we dress today and in the future, says Chief Creative Officer of Fabletics, Shaun Kearney to Teicher. Not to mention, you can find new athleisure fashion wear the first of every month when you are shopping online at Fabletics website.

All together, Fabletics has opened seven retail stores throughout the U.S. in: Calif., Del., Md., Minn., Mo., N.J., and Ohio. For Fabletics, Teichner states that Geraldine Martin-Coppola, general manager at the El Segundo, Calif. store says, Fabletics started with Kate Hudson’s stylish leggings for which men call, compression pants under shorts.


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How to Grow From A Reputation Crisis

Status Labs is an online reputation management firm that has been making waves in a good way for the past couple of years. Led by CEO Darius Fisher, Status Labs has grown exponentially while grabbing clients from over 25 different countries. In a twist of irony, perhaps, Status Labs suffered from their own reputation crises a few years ago thanks to a former employee behaving inappropriately outside of his role at Status Labs. How did Status Labs respond? The same way that they advise their own clients.

When Fisher saw that Status Labs was facing a potential reputation problem a couple of years ago the company immediately made some proactive moves.

The first thing that Status Labs did was change the structure of their leadership, bringing in fresh blood at the top of the ladder. Next the company immediately went on the PR offensive by re-establishing themselves as a valuable member of their local community. This took the form in Status Labs reaching out to take part in several important local charities including: Caritas, Urban Roots, The Capital Food Bank of Texas and more. Cementing themselves as a company that gives back to the community makes it easier for the community to be more forgiving in the future.

Next up Fisher and the rest of Status Labs took a long inward look at the culture in their own office. Fisher knew that taking care of their employees should become priority number one. Giving stock options, catering lunches on Friday, and allowing trained pets in the office were just a few of the perks that were implemented. These things, along with company outings, made for a close knit group at the office and thus a better product at the end of the day.

Going through a reputation crisis isn’t exactly all bad so long as you learn from it. The way that Status Labs bounced back is an example of how to handle any sort of issue that gets thrown your way.

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