“Stephen Williams is CEO and Managing Directer of The Antique Wine”, has over 45,000 clients in over 100 different countries. Stephen Williams is one of the world’s best experts in fine wine and is a self-taught wine connoisseur. He travels the world to track down the most rarest and finest wines. He doesn’t only collect but also sells the finest wines from all around the world. The company sells wine bottles in many different sizes, shapes, colors, ages and origins. They also sell spirits in a variation of Whiskey, Cognac, and Armagnac. AWC will also buy wines from others. Antique Wine Company‘s purchasing process is far more simple and quick compared to other wine companies. They will even buy individual bottles of wine, especially rare, fine wines.
Antique Wine Company also offers education on wine and spirits, created by the Wine and Spirit Education Trust. Their education center contains modern equipment and furnishes combined with the experience and tradition of AWC, giving students the best learning experience. AWC also has many different events taking place throughout every year, including wine tasting and gatherings.
Believe it or not, Antique Wine Company has access to particle accelerators and ion beams to scientifically determine the exact age of a certain wine. By them using this technology, they are assuring customers and investors that what they buy is the real deal. Very few wine companies and connoisseurs have this kind of technology. They also have specially made cellars to keep fine wines and spirits preserved for an extremely long time. Most of all, they have an investment opportunity that anyone can partake in. Wine has always been raising in value and making profits for those who take advantage of it. However, no company has ever been more successful in this investment like Antique Wine Company has. Overall, AWC has built great trust from all people around the world such as consumers, buyers, sellers, and investors of this liquid asset, wine.
When doctors reach the age that they want to retire, they often still want to do something in medicine. Sultan Alhokair posted a heartwarming recap on youtube.com of the story of one man wanted to help others who didn’t have insurance or who might not be able to get to the doctor on a regular basis. He was helping these people by keeping medical equipment in his car. The state of Mississipi doesn’t want him to work from his car, and they want the 88-year-old to stop immediately. It shouldn’t matter where the doctor is working from, and if he is able to drive safely, then it might be a benefit for those who don’t have transportation to get to a doctor’s office. He would be able to get to the homes of people who are sick but don’t feel that it’s necessary to go to a doctor. Preventative medicine can be given to those who want to stay healthy but don’t want to sit in a doctor’s office.
Jared Haftel is a successful individual who has held a number of high powered jobs. He has managed to work his well through Duke University in four years and gained three degrees. He then went on to do an internship at Credit Suisse and used that to land a job at Bank of America. As such, it is a wise choice to have a listen to what he has to say about crafting just the right resume for high powered jobs. Very often those who follow Jared’s advice can polish up their own resume and potentially land the high powered job that they have been seeking for so long.
One of the things that he recommends is to put a highlight on the work experiences that one has had. He says that these things are more important than the external accomplishments that one has managed to achieve. It is his belief that having those work accomplishments down helps the potential employer to see what kind of experience you have and why they should be hiring you in the first place.
He says that employers are not likely to want to know about the kind of things that you have accomplished in your college years and particularly not in your high school years. While the degrees may matter to an employer, the other accomplishments are not to be noted as heavily Jared Haftel says. Internships and previous work opportunities are the kind of things that the employers want to know about.
Although everyone should set themselves in the best light possible on their resume, they should also ensure that they are prepared to answer the hard questions if they have to. This means that they need to be prepared to be quizzed on any number of topics. There could be questions that an employer wants to ask in order to get a better idea of the kind of employee that they are dealing with. They need to be able to understand the kind of employee that they are about to hire on. If they can manage to get these detailed, then they can make a decision about if they want to hire a person or not.
Consider all of the possible ways that an employer could possibly view the resume you are presenting to them and make sure that it is polished up the way that you want it to be. If your resume needs a little work, there is nothing wrong with that. Just be sure that you get those important changes made before the resume is presented.
Honesty is truly a virtue especially when it comes to money. My friend Gianfrancesco Genoso’s website, gianfrancescogenoso.com uses this as its main theme. A woman stopped at Burger King recently for a quick bite. She ordered at the drive-through, paid, and then headed home without looking into the bag before she left. Once she was almost home she peeked in the bag only to find no food but cash instead. She called her husband who said to come home. There was never any question of keeping the $2631 that was freely given to her in lieu of a junior spicy chicken sandwich. The couple re-bagged the money and headed back to Burger King to return the cash. The employees at BK were so thankful to have their bank deposit returned and it may have saved someone from being fired that day. The couple are Jehovah’s Witnesses. As a reward for her honesty the manager offered her five free meals and a ‘thank you’.
THINX has now received the backing of a very influential investor. Sam Tabar, a very well known attorney, has decided to put some money into THINX and make it part of his portfolio.
The company makes very special women’s undergarments designed to help reduce the impact menstruation and incontinence have on daily life activities. The undergarments are primarily made available to women living in Africa and America.
Tabar notes that a woman who purchases these undergarments does not have to miss work due to being unable to access or afford sanitary pads. The undergarments are completely re-washable and are designed with a unique sense of fashion style.
Tabar has a great deal of experience in law and investments. A practicing attorney, Tabar also worked hedge funds and maintains a solid insight into what investments are worth pursuing. He has noted their is a philanthropic approach with this particular investment.
Those who wish to read more about Sam Tabar and his decision to support THINX should click on the link to check out the press release.
My friend recently had to have reconstructive surgery and her surgeon was such a God send. Every other specialist said that she would be disfigured for life even with aggressive restructuring, but not Dr. Rohrich.
Dr. Rod Rohrich is a world-renown plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1979 and completed his residency at University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Center’s general surgery in 1982. His subsequent fellowships took Dr. Rohrich to top-rated plastic surgery centers across the United States.
Along with Dr. Rohrich’s contributions to reconstructive and plastic surgery that are noted on his Wikipedia page, he is also the editor-in-chief of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons’s official medical journal and chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.
His decades-spanning career has resulted in Dr. Rohrich’s status as one of the world’s most knowledgeable surgeons when it comes to the aging process and facial aesthetics. A prolific author, his textbooks have focused on rhinoplasty, nasal reconstruction, breast reconstruction, ultrasound-guided liposuction, and face lift techniques.
This is why his research at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center includes topics such as cosmetic surgery safety outcomes, how nutritional supplements can hasten the time of wound healing, how the aging process will affect cosmetic surgery, and how laser treatments will impact the future of plastic surgery. In fact, one of Dr. Rohrich’s specialties is laser resurfacing therapy (along with chemical peels). He’s served as a traveling professor to more than 150 societies across the globe.
His status as a professor reflects Dr. Rohrich’s leadership abilities. He is the Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium’s sole chairman and has sat on the American Board of Plastic Surgery’s ethics committee, executive committee, and oral exam committee.
Dr. Rohrich believes that all cosmetic procedures – from in-office Botox injections to rhinoplasty – must be tailored to each individual. Since every face is unique, every procedure should be unique as well.
Vijay Eswaran, a Malaysian businessman, currently serves as the Executive Chairman of QI Group. QI Group is in the direct sales business based in Hong Kong. The company sells a variety of products such as personal care, home care, fashion accessories and luxury goods.
He has a degree in socio-economics from London School of Economics and a degree in MBA from Southern Illins University. Before his degree in MBA, he worked various odd jobs from plucking grapes in France to driving a cab in London. After his MBA, he started working on higher up jobs and worked with various big name companies such as IBM.
QI Group is something that has humble starting has now become a presence in 30 different countries including Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Europe, Canada etc.
Along with being an Executive Chairman, Vijay Eswaran is also a speaker, author and philanthropist. He has spoken in various gatherings such as sixth Pravasi Bharatiya Divas and the World Economic Forum. He has written four books on the topic of life management. The book names are In the Sphere of Silence, In the Thinking Zone, Stepping Stone, and In the Wings of Thought. As a Philanthropist, he started Vijayaratnam Foundation. He is also an active mentor to others and is very generous with individual charities. Forbes even named him one of 48 “Heros of Philanthropy”.
He was named 25th in Forbes Asia’s list of 50 Richest men in Malaysia. He also received a New Global Indian award and Lifetime Achievement Award for Regional Philanthropy.
He continues his hard work in QI Group and his philanthropy acts.
Sun Bin’s parents have spent the last 24 years wondering about their son. Was he okay? Is he happy, healthy, still alive? That’s because in 1991 4 year old Sun Bin was abducted from a vegetable market in his home town of Sichuan province. His parents had no idea that he was taken and sold to a family thousands of miles way in the Jiangsu province. According to the story on CNN.com it is common that young boys are abducted and sold in China since boys are prized and can be sold for more money.
Sun Bin and his father were reunited at a Chengdu police station earlier this week after a DNA test proved to be a match. Unfortunately Sun Bin’s mother passed away in 2011 but she never forgot him. The elder Sun said she died saying his name and wished for him to be found.
How heartbreaking. Losing your child for so long, not knowing what happened. It is a shame that Sun Bin’s mother did not live to see her son return. I cannot imagine what other parents in China must feel like losing their children to traffickers. Rod Rohrich is happy to see this family reunite, he mentions this in this article on plasticsurgery.org
Mark Ahn & the secret to biotech industry success
PR Newswire first published this account of a conversation with Dr. Mark Ahn at Pukana Partners on biotech startups. Dr. Ahn has done a great deal of work on the biotech startup field, and he has advice for anyone who wants to dive into that arena.
Get Your Own Business Plan
The business plan for a biotech startup is different than the business plan for any other company. These companies has to wait months or even years to get certain products ready to sell, and they need to be flexible in the ways that they will make money.
Agree On The Plan
Many management teams and boards of directors have a hard time agreeing on the plan that must be used to propel the business forward. This is an issue for anyone who wants to have a successful business, and arguing needs to be kept to a minimum.
He knows how the startups work in this industry, and he has done the research that shows that these businesses only succeed under parameters he has studied.
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