Jennifer Spor Transformational Coach to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

COEUR D’ALENE, IDAHO, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Each one of us, out of the billions of people on the planet, is unique, with our own passions, experiences and skills. All that wisdom we've acquired is meant to be shared with others, in service to others. That is what transformational coach Jennifer Spor helps women tap into.

“When we can be our authentic selves, really, the possibilities are unlimited,” says Jennifer. “There's a big difference between understanding something and the ability to apply it in your life. That is what I help my clients with: how to actually apply that understanding in their lives and actually make that shift.”

Jennifer works with corporate women who are unfulfilled in their careers and feel called to make a bigger impact. They have reached a certain level of success but still feel unfulfilled. Jennifer helps her clients get to the root of who they are to find their passion and purpose.

“So many of us are a product of our environment or upbringing or beliefs that tells us success only fits into one specific box,” says Jennifer. “The women who work with me are feeling that call to change, they aren't fulfilled in their lives, they know that there's more out there than what they've experienced. But what holds them back is fear, fear of the unknown. So I work with them to get to the root of that fear. Then we teach them the mindset tools they need on a daily basis to move forward, progress, to shift those patterns, and forge a stronger connection with their intuition.”

No matter how dedicated we are to our personal development, every one of us has blind spots. Having the support of a coach can help us reach our destination and achieve our goals. It works so much faster with someone who has been in that position and knows how to navigate it.

“Anybody can tell you what the problem is, but unless you actually come to some sort of realization and buy into it, it doesn't stick,” says Jennifer. “When we go through this process, we are remembering who we always were. With clarity around their passion and purpose, I teach them to become powerful creators and how to start creating the life that they want and making life happen for them instead of letting it happen to them.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Jennifer Spor in an interview with Jim Masters on February 26th at 4pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Jennifer Spor, visit www.jenniferspor.com

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Every Child a Reader Announces the Finalists for the 2019 Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards

12th Annual Awards are the Only National Book Awards Voted on Only by Children and Teens

NEW YORK, NY, USA, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Every Child a Reader, a nonprofit literacy organization dedicated to inspiring a love of reading in children and teens across America, is proud to announce the finalists in four categories for the 12th Annual Children’s and Teen Choice Book Awards. Launched in 2008 by Every Child a Reader and the Children’s Book Council, the awards provide young readers with an opportunity to “Voice Your Choice” about new books that they loved.

Voting for the awards will begin online at a COPA-compliant website on March 1 and finish June 2 at BookCon in New York City; the winning authors and illustrators will be announced this summer. Teachers, librarians, and booksellers can also collect group or classroom votes to enter online. Starting March 1, the online “voting booth” will feature jacket art and descriptions; a list of the finalists is available online now. Also available are paper ballots and visual materials to help display the finalists.

There are five finalists in each of the three Children’s Choice Book Awards categories: K – 2nd grade, 3rd – 4th grades, and 5th– 6th grades, and five finalists in the Teen Choice Book Award category. The three categories of children’s award finalists were chosen in pre-voting by children from different regions of the U.S. with supervision by the International Literacy Association. The teen category finalists were nominated at TeenReads.com.

The 20 finalists for the 2019 Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards are rich in relevance, plotline and prose. Subject matter for the finalists includes non-fiction books about social justice, a pizza-loving dinosaur, a National Book Award winner, and a boy who wants to be a mermaid.

Shaina Birkhead, Associate Executive Director for Children’s Book Council and Every Child a Reader, stated: "It’s wonderful that these are the only national book awards chosen only by kids and teens! They know the books they love and we are proud to work with so many teachers, librarians, and booksellers to help have the books read and gather the votes."

About Every Child a Reader & the Children’s Book Council
Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) literacy charity dedicated to inspiring a lifelong love of reading in children and teens. Every Child a Reader’s national programs include Children’s Book Week (celebrating its 100th anniversary this year), Get Caught Reading, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature program (in conjunction with the Library of Congress), and the Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards. Every Child a Reader is managed by the Children’s Book Council, the nonprofit trade association for children’s book publishers in North America, partnering with national organizations on reading lists, educational programming, and diversity initiatives.

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Shifa Kapadwala, Publicity Manager, CBC/Every Child a Reader, Shifa.Kapadwala@cbcbooks.org, 212-966-1990

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Insurance law attorney Jared Stolz starts legal blog and commentary on legal issues related to insurance industry

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The Blog will provide information about insurance law and regulation for in-house counsel, as well as any other legal practitioner handling insurance matters.

Stolz & Associates, LLC (N/A:N/A)

With the constantly evolving field, I felt that I could use the knowledge I have gathered over the years to discuss and explain the latest trends and issues in the industry”

— Jared E. Stolz, insurance litigation lawyer in New Jersey

FLEMINGTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Insurance law practitioner Jared Stolz is setting up a blog to provide information about insurance litigation, law and regulation. Mr. Stolz has been the managing partner of Stolz & Associates since 2004 and will use his wealth of industry expertise to share insurance industry legal issues and discuss how the law is changing.

“With the constantly evolving field, I felt that I could use the knowledge I have gathered over the years to discuss and explain the latest trends and issues in the industry” said Jared Stolz. “I have decades of experience working in this area and I can explain the issues that may arise in a given case.”

To begin, it is often difficult to understand the different types of insurance policies. For example, there is the Commercial General Liability (CGL), which provides broad insurance protection for claims against the policy holder, such as for bodily injury and property damage. There is also an insurance policy for Directors and Officers (D&O), which protects corporate officers and directors against claims of alleged wrongdoing in their corporate capacity.

Another matter that requires frequent explanations is how to read an insurance policy. For that, one needs to understand technical terms such as “Insurance binder” and “Declarations.”

“I am equally familiar and have a working knowledge of most property and casualty insurance policies including auto, homeowners, business owners and commercial general liability policies as well as errors and omissions, and specialty policies, adds Mr. Stolz. “I am planning to share insights about the legal issues that may arise in insurance disputes.”

About Jared E. Stolz, Esq.

Jared Elliot Stolz received his undergraduate education at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey and graduated with honors from Seton Hall University School of Law. Mr. Stolz has been the managing partner of Stolz and Associates since 2004, specializing in providing individual and customized attention to insurance carriers needs on substantial coverage disputes. Mr. Stolz has nearly three decades of experience in the insurance industry and strives to offer the clients a combination of tried and true legal analysis along with tactic, brought to it by today’s technology, with a focused eye on expenses. Mr. Stolz has represented prominent clients in numerous noteworthy cases with published opinions and has published and given seminar on insurance law topics.

References

Bio on law firm website: http://www.stolzlaw.com/about-us/about-the-founder/

LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jared-stolz-18088012

Blog: https://hype.news/jared-stolz-esq

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Get SMART Educational Initiative Expanded with New Curriculum and More Innovative Programs

get smart free cme opioids pharmacology credit

Earn free pharmacology CME by downloading the Get SMART app

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DKBmed offers free CME programs that close practice gaps to optimize patient care

Get SMART ensures that clinicians understand the benefits, risks, and limitations of pain treatments, including the appropriate use of nonpharmacologic, nonopioid analgesics, and opioid medications.”

— Yvonne D’Arcy, MS, ARNP-C, CNS, FAANP

MANHATTAN, NY, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — DKBmed, LLC is excited to announce the launch of several new educational programs that address two serious public health concerns—the vast number of Americans in pain, and the epidemic of prescription opioid abuse. The new initiatives are expansions of the successful Safe Means of Administering the Right Therapy (Get SMART) program which provided education about the safe use of extended-release and long-acting opioid analgesics. These expansion programs will cover several other important topics including:

•Optimizing pain assessments

•Implementing effective treatment plans that include nonpharmacologic, nonopioid, and immediate release/short-acting opioid treatments

•Identifying people with opioid use disorder (OUD); previously known as opioid addiction.

The epidemic of opioid use disorder warrants education for clinicians who encounter patients in pain. Pain is the most common reason for seeking medical care. Physical therapists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and doctors in both primary and specialty care—and their patients—will benefit from this education that was developed in response to a mandate by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and in accordance with the 2018 FDA Education Blueprint for Health Care Providers Involved in the Treatment and Monitoring of Patients with Pain.

“The opioid epidemic in this country can be addressed by educating clinicians who prescribe opioid pain relievers,” said Yvonne D’Arcy, MS, ARNP-C, CNS, FAANP, Pain Management Nurse Practitioner in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. “Get SMART was designed to ensure that all clinicians understand the benefits, risks, and limitations of pain treatments, including the appropriate use of nonpharmacologic, nonopioid analgesics, and opioid medications.”

The new Get SMART programs also draw attention to the importance of recognizing risk for and treating patients with opioid use disorder. “Opioid use disorder, like other chronic conditions, can be successfully managed and long-term remission is possible,” said Michael R. Clark, MD, MPH, MBA, Chair, Psychiatry & Behavior Health at Inova Health System in Falls Church, Virginia. “Get SMART aims to improve clinicians’ ability to identify people who are affected by opioid use disorder and either refer them for treatment or initiate effective treatment themselves.”

About Get SMART
Get SMART was developed by DKBmed in response to the FDA’s original 2011 Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy, which mandated the development of continuing education activities directed to prescribers of extended-release, long-acting opioid analgesics. To date, more than 11,000 clinicians have participated in the original Get SMART programs, including a series of live meetings, Get SMART Mobile, webcasts, a home study program, and other platforms created in partnership with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine, and the Practicing Clinicians Exchange.
The new initiatives include the following programs:

•A quality improvement program launched with partners at the University of Kentucky. The Get SMART UK program will educate clinicians with a live and enduring program on CECentral’s learning network which will include filmed patient vignettes and helpful resources, such as risk calculators, sample patient-provider agreements, and links to referral sources.

•An online curriculum through the RealCME platform that uses patient cases to provide learners with personalized, adaptive learner pathways that cover all areas of the FDA blueprint. Initially, learners are presented with brief patient vignettes, followed by question to assess knowledge in specific domains. Each learner’s responses to these questions will direct and inform a customized curriculum, featuring up to ten “microactivities” that address identified knowledge gaps. Typical clinical questions will be presented by the faculty, who then challenge the learner with interactive questions. After responding to these questions, learners will review commentary, data reviews, clinical rationales, feedback, discussions, and practical guidance, all with the goal of improving their knowledge of effective pain management.

•A series of live meetings for members of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American College Health Association, the Patient-Centered Medical Home Congress, and the National Conference on Correctional Health Care. This series has been developed in partnership with the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine.
•Enhancements to the Get SMART mobile app (http://smart.dkbmed.com) include an adaptable curriculum. In partnership with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine & the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine, DKBmed’s new Get SMART app will permit learners to “test out” of specific sections of the Blueprint and optimize their experience by focusing only on sections with education that is needed by the particular learner. Further, the interactive app will feature new patient videos and will be designed to be more relevant to new specialist audiences. The app will also feature several customized “tracks” to enable primary care and specialist physicians to follow a typical patient from initial evaluation through treatment.

About DKBmed
DKBmed is an integrated continuing medical education company operated by a team of medical education experts. DKBmed provides health care professionals with effective medical education that closes identified knowledge and practice gaps with the goal of improving patient health.

Working with accredited providers, DKBmed develops innovative educational programs and quality improvement initiatives and specializes in bringing new learning methodologies to the CME landscape. DKBmed was an early adopter of case scenarios with recorded and live actors, TED/DKBmed Talks, 3D animation, webcasts, podcasts, e-mail, and mobile phone applications for clinicians and patients. These forward-thinking approaches enable health care professionals to learn using state-of-the-art techniques and access educational programs in a manner that is most convenient and appropriate for them.

DKBmed's programs are accessible through the company's web site (http://dkbmed.com). They reach more than 50,000 health care professionals in primary care and in a variety of specialties, including cystic fibrosis, diabetes, infectious disease, dermatology, ophthalmology, rheumatoid arthritis, pulmonary disease, nephrology, multiple sclerosis, gout, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic constipation, depression, viral hepatitis, eating disorders, and pain management.

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Asian Art, the Engravings of Karl Bodmer and Diverse Estate Jewelry at Michaan’s in March

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Michaan’s offers precious Chinese snuff bottles, a delightful bronze elephant, and Japanese woodblock prints by Hiroshige.

ALAMEDA, CA, USA, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — PRE SALE PRESS RELEASE!
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Auction: Gallery Auction Saturday March 9 at 10am
Previews: March 3, 8 and day of sale
Location:
 Michaan’s Auctions
 2751 Todd Street
 Alameda, CA 94501
Asian Art, the Engravings of Karl Bodmer and Diverse Estate Jewelry at Michaan’s in March
The San Francisco Bay area, gateway to the Pacific, has long played an important role in the trade of Asian art treasures. At Michaans’s Auctions, high quality Asian art and antiques have been a core business since the company’s inception. In the March Gallery Auction, Michaan’s offers precious Chinese snuff bottles, a delightful bronze elephant, and Japanese woodblock prints by Hiroshige. Also among the March highlights is the large collection of engravings by Karl Bodmer, whose body of work forms an important historical record of the American West. Bodmer’s exquisite 19th century scenes of Native Americans will thrill collectors of fine art as well as American history buffs. Estate jewelry, period furniture and many more fabulous finds are also offered at Michaan’s on March 9.
A good snuff bottle collection is a survey of Chinese art, in miniature. The insidepainted snuff bottles ($400-$600 for the lot of three in the March auction) feature the delicate brushstrokes of traditional Chinese painting in an art form that never fails to fascinate. The pair of overlay glass snuff bottles ($600-$800) features the carved glass technique perfected by Chinese artisans after centuries of carving jade. And the glazed snuff bottle ($300-$400) is robin’s egg blue, a favored hue among collectors of Chinese porcelain.

Is there any animal more universally beloved than the elephant? Revered by many cultures and cherished by even more, the elephant is an important motif in the decorative arts and interior design. March brings to Michaan’s a handcrafted bronze Asian elephant estimated at $1,000-$1,500, with polychrome decoration and a lovely patina.
The works of master printmaker Hiroshige (1797-1858) are fundamental to any collection of Japanese woodblock prints. Hiroshige’s reputation was already well established in his day, and later in the 19th century his works were discovered and even copied by the European Impressionists including Van Gogh. A collection of eleven Hiroshige woodblock prints ($1,800-$2,000) is featured in the March auction. Scroll paintings, embroidered textiles, carved jade and fine Chinese porcelains are also offered.
The art of Karl Bodmer (1809-1893) is presented in March by Fine Art specialist Susan Paffrath, who offers ten lots of Bodmer’s hand-colored engravings. “The value of Bodmer’s work is recognized by historians as well as art collectors,” notes Paffrath. “His wonderful images document the great diversity in Native American cultures, while also highlighting the individuality of his particular subjects.” Bodmer’s engraving of a dancing warrior (“Pehriska-Ruhpa”) is estimated at $5,000-$7,000, one of many Indian portraits on offer. Also offered are the wildlife scene, “Herd of Bison and Elks” ($2,000-$3,000) and a view of 19th century Niagara Falls ($1,000-$2,000).
“Milestone Mountain” ($3,000-$5,000), an Ansel Adams print with excellent provenance, is another fine art highlight. Works by Peter Max and Roy Lichtenstein are offered. “Summer,” a bronze by cowboy artist William Moyers (1916-2010) is estimated at $2,000-$4,000. The large oil painting “Jungle” by Fernand Pierre is one of two works by Haitian artists. Pierre’s lush pictorial style recalls that of the 19th century French painter Henri Rousseau, while springing wholly from the natural environment and artistic heritage of his native Haiti.
Brilliant color and lushness can also be found in Michaan’s March fine jewelry. A stunning floral enameled jewelry suite features diamonds, ruby cabochons and cultured pearls set in 22k gold. The large Mughal-style suite by a contemporary Indian designer is estimated at $30,000-$50,000. Also offered is a beautiful jadeite jade bangle bracelet ($4,000-$6,000). “The bangle comes with a GIA report confirming ‘A’ jade, no color treatments, and has wonderful translucency” says Michaan’s gemologist Elise Coronado.

A standout in March is the custom diamond ring designed as a comet, with a trail of diamonds following from the brilliant-cut center stone of over one carat ($2,000-$3,000). The sapphire ombré bead necklace ($1,800-$2,500) is another highlight. A gleaming 18k gold bracelet, heavy with gold coins and charms, is estimated at $4,000-$6,000. 25 of the March jewelry lots come from the estate of Wylda Hammond Nelson, MD, who collected beads and tribal jewelry from around the world. These lots include the ancient Persian necklace ($500-$700) of etched carnelian and carnelian beads.
Estate furniture highlights include the McGuire bamboo form dining table and eight chairs, a great find at $1,000-$1,500. Luxury items in this auction include a Fendi fur and a Daum pitcher.

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How to smash out of the box and win customers

Meet the man who cartooned Albert Einstein for decades. Ileana Strauss, July 2016

How can we think "outside the box" to make improved customer experience a reality?

Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties”

— Erich Fromm

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — ADEN University Matilde Lanati PHD

History shows us how different thinkers and doers from all fields, whether it is science, literature or engineering have made valuable contributions to the human development because they dared to challenge the reality.
Christopher Columbus, Leonardo Da Vinci,Einstein, Dr. Rene Favaloro, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg to mention just a few, had the courage to build unconventional solutions.
Thinking outside the box means daring to conceive of perspectives and realities that go beyond what is known, what is rationally possible and creates real innovations.

Outside-the-box thinking refers to creative thinking. It requires a willingness to go beyond normal boundaries and usual approaches. Some companies, such as Blockbuster or taxi companies in general have remained inside the box. As a result, they have disappeared or their competitive spectrum has been put at risk.
Outside-the-box thinking is a competence highly valued by the labor market and although deeply sought after it is not always found. All great discoveries such as fire, the wheel, medicine, commercial space travel or drones that transfer blood or food to a hospital in Africa are the result of people who dared to challenge the status quo.
Have you ever wondered what makes the difference between disruptive and traditional managers?

Disruptive managers can find answers to unsolved problems. They dare to take risks, they are adventurous, and they continue in spite of difficulties, they aim to beat the market without fear of trying new things.

Creative thinkers can:

• Go against the current
• Tolerate criticism when the arguments are valid
• Inspire their teams to a shared success

But these abilities can be stifled sometimes. Organizations frequently make decisions based on financial data, which is necessary, but it is not the only data to consider. Breaking the mold and navigating through the customer’s preferences, creating new demands, discovering untapped opportunities. Therefore, if the value of people who think outside the box were considered, decisions would be more customer-oriented and companies would become more profitable and competitive.

Breaking the box means daring to think of different scenarios that will allow us to break away from logic and to remove, replace and intensify thoughts and actions that will strengthen leadership.
Innovative companies encourage their customer facing staff to make decisions by sharing their viewpoints with other support areas. This outside-the-box model motivates staff, it calls upon them to have dynamic perspectives and to find solutions from a menu of options. This fosters flexibility and allows them to comply with processes faster or to create new ones with fewer resources and delivering better results.

When we manage to make staff feel that they “belong”, their tasks come to life, and they give us their commitment in return. But when they only have to comply with the procedures required by the company, it is difficult to achieve extraordinary results.

Allowing ourselves time to listen to our collaborators, to understand their difficulties, to accompany them in setting shared goals and giving them freedom to map out a path fosters a sense of belonging. In this way, it is easier to spot the lighthouse at the tip of the peninsula, to sail through ambiguous and uncertain waters, to dissipate the fog of the market in order to transform the future and reach a safe harbor: the holy grail of business, leadership and profitability.

How to broaden the spectrum to entice customers?

The big challenge is to create and sustain a proposal of Value, since it is a springboard to enticing customers.

The following are some practical actions that will help us to achieve our goal:
• Deepening our Self-awareness by identifying how our development is being hindered: beliefs, prejudices, rigidness preconceptions.

• Knowing the best practices in industries other than ours. Reading articles, blogs, notes, cases produced by different sectors to learn from them. In summary, opening our minds to knowledge and accept something different to emulate it or improve it.

• Reinventing ourselves in knowledge. Exploring knowledge that has nothing to do with our field of expertise: gardening, dancing, flying drone, trying something new.

• Nurturing ourselves with innovative and interesting resources: films that cover different genres, science fiction books, graphic novels, adventure stories about heroes and villains, different resources that can be helpful to analyze how aversion to change can be overcome.

• Starting with the goal and going backward: Analyzing the steps taken to go through the whole process, evaluating what was done well and what needs to be changed.

• Playing games: Daring to become a child and play with our hands, assemble models, build sand castles. This is important to observe their capacity to solve problems quickly and their different way to achieve results and their ability to start over.

• Achieve the A-Ha Moment
According to the Missioncouncil.se (2019) AHA Moment is: "The outside spiritual force that provides the breath of life, the spark of consciousness and synergy"

How to know if we are inside or outside the box?

Outside-the-box thinking must be based on Self-awareness if we are to lead others, whether our teams, suppliers or customers.

Melinda Fouts (2016) highlights that we can use two instruments to develop self-awareness – Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQi – 2.0) and Myers Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI).
These assessments complement each other. The first one explores 15 competences while the second one facilitates personal knowledge growth and shows us how interact with others. If we want to win customers, it is essential to analyze situations with an open and exploring mind.

Benefits of outside-the box thinking include:
• Transforming problems into opportunities
• Being part of the solution
• Allowing ideas
• Becoming change-oriented
• Increasing adaptability and flexibility
• Decreasing stress
• Recognizing and rewarding effort
• Facilitating collaborative knowledge
• Creating a corporate synergy that strengthens leadership
• Designing and implementing new differentiating experiences for stakeholders
• Applying Artificial Intelligence

So dare to get out of the box since…

"Creativity is intelligence having fun"
Albert Einstein

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Global School Furniture Market Research Report, Market size, Status, Revenue, Import & Future Forecast to 2019-2023

“School Furniture – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023”

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global School Furniture Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “School Furniture – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023” To Its Research Database

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (M USD), market share and growth rate of School Furniture in these regions, from 2012 to 2023 (forecast), covering
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
Global School Furniture market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including
Herman Miller
HNI Corporation
KI
Steelcase
Ballen Panels
EDUMAX
FLEETWOOD GROUP
Hertz Furniture
Knoll
Smith System
VS
TRAYTON GROUP

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into
Wood
Metals
Plastic
Others
On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of School Furniture for each application, including
Desks and Chairs
Bookcases
Dormitory Bed
Blackboards
Others

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Major Key Points in Table of Content

Global School Furniture Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023
1 Report Overview
1.1 Definition and Specification
1.2 Report Overview
1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview
1.2.2 Regions Overview
1.2.3 Type Overview
1.2.4 Application Overview
1.3 Industrial Chain
1.3.1 School Furniture Overall Industrial Chain
1.3.2 Upstream
1.3.3 Downstream
1.4 Industry Situation
1.4.1 Industrial Policy
1.4.2 Product Preference
1.4.3 Economic/Political Environment
1.5 SWOT Analysis

4 Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
4.1 Herman Miller
4.1.1 Herman Miller Profiles
4.1.2 Herman Miller Product Information
4.1.3 Herman Miller School Furniture Business Performance
4.1.4 Herman Miller School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.2 HNI Corporation
4.2.1 HNI Corporation Profiles
4.2.2 HNI Corporation Product Information
4.2.3 HNI Corporation School Furniture Business Performance
4.2.4 HNI Corporation School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.3 KI
4.3.1 KI Profiles
4.3.2 KI Product Information
4.3.3 KI School Furniture Business Performance
4.3.4 KI School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.4 Steelcase
4.4.1 Steelcase Profiles
4.4.2 Steelcase Product Information
4.4.3 Steelcase School Furniture Business Performance
4.4.4 Steelcase School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.5 Ballen Panels
4.5.1 Ballen Panels Profiles
4.5.2 Ballen Panels Product Information
4.5.3 Ballen Panels School Furniture Business Performance
4.5.4 Ballen Panels School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.6 EDUMAX
4.6.1 EDUMAX Profiles
4.6.2 EDUMAX Product Information
4.6.3 EDUMAX School Furniture Business Performance
4.6.4 EDUMAX School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.7 FLEETWOOD GROUP
4.7.1 FLEETWOOD GROUP Profiles
4.7.2 FLEETWOOD GROUP Product Information
4.7.3 FLEETWOOD GROUP School Furniture Business Performance
4.7.4 FLEETWOOD GROUP School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.8 Hertz Furniture
4.8.1 Hertz Furniture Profiles
4.8.2 Hertz Furniture Product Information
4.8.3 Hertz Furniture School Furniture Business Performance
4.8.4 Hertz Furniture School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.9 Knoll
4.9.1 Knoll Profiles
4.9.2 Knoll Product Information
4.9.3 Knoll School Furniture Business Performance
4.9.4 Knoll School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.10 Smith System
4.10.1 Smith System Profiles
4.10.2 Smith System Product Information
4.10.3 Smith System School Furniture Business Performance
4.10.4 Smith System School Furniture Business Development and Market Status
4.11 VS
4.12 TRAYTON GROUP

12 Market Forecast 2019-2024
12.1 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD), Market Share and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.1 Global School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Market Share by Regions 2019-2024
12.1.2 Global School Furniture Sales (K Units) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.3 Asia-Pacific School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.4 Asia-Pacific School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.5 Europe School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.6 South America School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.7 Middle East and Africa School Furniture Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) by Types 2019-2024
12.2.1 Overall Market Performance
12.2.2 Wood Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.3 Metals Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.4 Plastic Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.5 Others Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3 Sales by Application 2019-2024
12.3.1 Overall Market Performance
12.3.2 Desks and Chairs Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.3 Bookcases Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.4 Dormitory Bed Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.5 Blackboards Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.4 Price (USD/Unit) and Gross Profit
12.4.1 Global School Furniture Price (USD/Unit) Trend 2019-2024
12.4.2 Global School Furniture Gross Profit Trend 2019-2024

Continued…………………….

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Educational Robots Market 2019- Global Industry Analysis, By Key Players, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast By 2023

“Educational Robots – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023”

PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Educational Robots Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Educational Robots – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023” To Its Research Database

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (M USD), market share and growth rate of Educational Robots in these regions, from 2012 to 2023 (forecast), covering
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
Global Educational Robots market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including
Fischertechnik
Lego
Modular Robotics
Robotis
Innovation First International
Pitsco
Parallax, Inc.
Evollve 

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into
Wheeled robot
Humanoid robot
Others
On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of Educational Robots for each application, including
Primary School
Secondary School
Others

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Major Key Points in Table of Content

Global Educational Robots Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023
1 Report Overview
1.1 Definition and Specification
1.2 Report Overview
1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview
1.2.2 Regions Overview
1.2.3 Type Overview
1.2.4 Application Overview
1.3 Industrial Chain
1.3.1 Educational Robots Overall Industrial Chain
1.3.2 Upstream
1.3.3 Downstream
1.4 Industry Situation
1.4.1 Industrial Policy
1.4.2 Product Preference
1.4.3 Economic/Political Environment
1.5 SWOT Analysis

4 Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
4.1 Fischertechnik
4.1.1 Fischertechnik Profiles
4.1.2 Fischertechnik Product Information
4.1.3 Fischertechnik Educational Robots Business Performance
4.1.4 Fischertechnik Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.2 Lego
4.2.1 Lego Profiles
4.2.2 Lego Product Information
4.2.3 Lego Educational Robots Business Performance
4.2.4 Lego Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.3 Modular Robotics
4.3.1 Modular Robotics Profiles
4.3.2 Modular Robotics Product Information
4.3.3 Modular Robotics Educational Robots Business Performance
4.3.4 Modular Robotics Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.4 Robotis
4.4.1 Robotis Profiles
4.4.2 Robotis Product Information
4.4.3 Robotis Educational Robots Business Performance
4.4.4 Robotis Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.5 Innovation First International
4.5.1 Innovation First International Profiles
4.5.2 Innovation First International Product Information
4.5.3 Innovation First International Educational Robots Business Performance
4.5.4 Innovation First International Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.6 Pitsco
4.6.1 Pitsco Profiles
4.6.2 Pitsco Product Information
4.6.3 Pitsco Educational Robots Business Performance
4.6.4 Pitsco Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.7 Parallax, Inc.
4.7.1 Parallax, Inc. Profiles
4.7.2 Parallax, Inc. Product Information
4.7.3 Parallax, Inc. Educational Robots Business Performance
4.7.4 Parallax, Inc. Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status
4.8 Evollve
4.8.1 Evollve Profiles
4.8.2 Evollve Product Information
4.8.3 Evollve Educational Robots Business Performance
4.8.4 Evollve Educational Robots Business Development and Market Status

12 Market Forecast 2019-2024
12.1 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD), Market Share and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.1 Global Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Market Share by Regions 2019-2024
12.1.2 Global Educational Robots Sales (K Units) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.3 Asia-Pacific Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.4 Asia-Pacific Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.5 Europe Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.6 South America Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.7 Middle East and Africa Educational Robots Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) by Types 2019-2024
12.2.1 Overall Market Performance
12.2.2 Wheeled robot Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.3 Humanoid robot Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.4 Others Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3 Sales by Application 2019-2024
12.3.1 Overall Market Performance
12.3.2 Primary School Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.3 Secondary School Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.4 Others Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.4 Price (USD/Unit) and Gross Profit
12.4.1 Global Educational Robots Price (USD/Unit) Trend 2019-2024
12.4.2 Global Educational Robots Gross Profit Trend 2019-2024

Continued…………………….

 

Norah Trent
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XGlass is the BEST giant screen mobile entertainment gadget at home, on airplane, car, train, or in college dorm

XGlass

XGlass

XGlass is 130g lightweight, even little kids can wear it long period of time

XGlass is 130g lightweight, even little kids can wear it long period of time

XGlass is much smaller and lighter than Oculus Go

XGlass is much smaller and lighter than Oculus Go

XGlass, the $299 First Mobile AR Theater in the United States, is the First Mobile Phone Tethered AR Theater in the World.

MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA, USA, February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — "XGlass, the $299 First Mobile XR Theater in the United States, and the First Mobile Phone Tethered XR Theater in the World, is your 30-foot Semi-Immersive 3D IMAX On-The-Go, with total privacy protection", says Sam Yuan, CEO of iGlass USA inc.

iGlass USA inc, an advanced technology company in Silicon Valley, is making affordable, sociable, 130g feather-light, palm-sized XGlass, tethered to your phone by a single USB-C cable, providing an total-privacy 30-foot gigantic screen with super sharp and vivid image, for Best Mobile Viewing of YouTube, Netflix, Comcast, Roku, ESPN Sports Live Streaming, 3D Avatar, Victoria Secret Fashion Show, Twitch, Facebook Video etc., in College Dorm, on Airplane, Train, Bus, 2nd Row of Car or at Home.

As the Entertainment industry clearly trending towards mobile and online streaming, iGlass USA inc is providing 30-foot huge screen, total privacy protection, online streaming ready XGlass to meet people’s personal entertainment needs on the road or at home.

"We clearly see the trend in the industry, iGlass USA is here to be the pioneer for the upcoming 5G era. iGlass USA has unique novel technologies to deliver giant screen with super sharp image, accurate color and total privacy, yet the technology is very affordable. Comparing to other expensive AR headsets like the Microsoft HoloLens or Magic Leap One, with price stickers well over $2000, XGlass is priced at $299, just a fraction of those AR headsets out there. At $299 consumer price point, I firmly believe all other AR players will have a hard time to compete with XGlass", says Sam in a recent talk.

“Unlike streaming on your Phone, PAD or TV, where others can easily spot what you are watching, XGlass projects the content directly to your retina, so you are the only person who can see the 30-foot huge screen in front of you. You could well be watching your favorite Victoria Secret Fashion Show without concerning your next seat neighbor on the airplane knows what you are enjoying. This type of experience is what we called Total Privacy protection on XGlass”, says Sam.

“Unlike VR devices such as Oculus Rift, XGlass does not create social isolation, you can eye contact with people around. Since you can directly see the environment, wearing XGlass in public places are safe, without the type of risks like bumping into others, etc.”, says Sam.

“Also, all VR gadget suffer from the notorious VR motion sickness, which happens when your eyes tell your brain you’re moving around in a virtual environment, but your body feels like it’s standing still, such conflict caused dizziness is the Achilles heel of all VR devices. On the other hand, since XGlass allows you directly seeing the stable environmental background, it is motion-sickness-free, which is a major advantage of XGlass”, Sam adds.

“XGlass is amazingly comfortable to wear, it is less than one third the weight of most AR VR gadgets out there today (i.e., the Sony PlayStation VR measured at 683g, the latest Oculus Go VR measured at 487g, HoloLens Measured at 550g). At 130 grams feather light weight, XGlass Mobile theater has reach the point for all day long wearing, even for minors. And you can wear your daily prescription glasses at the same time, very convenient”, says Sam.

XGlass comes with the follow features:

XGlass Key Features
• Small, palm-sized
• Fit daily prescription glasses underneath nicely
• Large FOV (80-deg), gigantic 30-foot virtual screen size
• Ultra-light, 130g body weight, no pressure on face and nose
• Semi-immersive, open and safe. Allows surrounding awareness
• Industry leading image quality. 4K clarity, small text reading ready
• Mobility, tethered to mobile phone by a single light-weight USB-C cable
• High performance yet affordable. It is the simplest and lowest cost AR solution
• 30-foot Virtual screen at 10-meter away, with eye relaxation and vision protection
• Works with both 2D/3D content, no device specific content pre-processing necessary
• 5G Online streaming ready, watch YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video on giant 4K Screen
• Privacy, only the wearer can see the 30-foot gigantic virtual screen, no light-pollution to others

XGlass Experience Advantages
• Completely motion-sickness free
• Very comfortable. No fog on lens
• Accurate and vivid color, no color fringing
• Easy to use, no individual user calibration necessary
• Simple plugs and play, suitable for novice users engage casually
• Gravity center on forehead, even little kids can wear XGlass comfortably for a few hours

XGlass Typical User Cases
• TV and Movie Theater replacement for young generations (5 to 30-year old) -To C
• Mobile giant screen for Smart Phone, providing gaming, movie, and monitor screens for phones -To C
• Mobile giant screen for gaming consoles like Nintendo Switch, XBOX, PlayStation -To C
• Mobile entertainment on Airplane, Train, Bus, Taxi and Car, integrated onto systems directly – To B
• Visual impairment enhancement, Education and medical Application, Industry Application, and many others…

“To me, this small, lightweight, sociable, total-privacy 30-foot giant screen, motion-sick free gadget could have important business applications too. Imagine all Airlines start adding the 130-gram, palm-sized XGlass on each of theirs seats, replacing the heavy and small 10-inch screen LCD based entertainment systems current out there on the airplanes, the weight and space saving on the airplanes simply equals $$$ saving for the Airlines, for each trip. More importantly, XGlass' private 30-foot giant screen brings invaluable user experience on the road, making the trip a pleasant relaxation period for the passengers. I would guess all Airplanes have to adapt to XGlass sooner or later, as going Giant-Screen experience is the trend and no business can against the trend,” said Sam.

"If you want to learn more about iGlass, in this 1.2 million people watched Video, Linus Tech Tips provided a detailed introduction on iGlass USA inc's display technology," continues Sam.

美国 iGlass 公司中文简介:
美国 iGlass 公司是一家位于美国硅谷的业界领先的增强现实和混合现实高新技术公司。该公司致力于推动增强现实和混合现实技术的实用化,在5G时代引领行业,把一般人眼中高科技含量十足的增强现实和混合现实眼镜产品普及,推向巨量的普通消费者市场。

iGlass 公司目前的核心产品是针对普通消费者的极高性价比 XGlass 开放式超高清(目前4K,下一步8K) 移动眼前巨屏, 其主要使用场景包括:
1)给手机终端提供看电影,玩游戏和移动办公显示器巨屏, 显著提升手机终端用户的体验,拓展手机终端的使用场景;
2)推动基于5G宽带和家庭机顶盒无缝链接,提供5岁到30岁年龄段年轻人群体的电视电影需求的移动超高清眼前巨屏替代;
3)推动基于5G宽带和自动驾驶电动汽车的结合,实现为自动驾驶电动车提供旅途中的乘客位和第二排开放式可感知环境的眼前巨屏娱乐;
4)基于5G宽带网,推动AR眼镜在飞机,高铁,大巴等城际交通载具中的集成应用,提升旅客旅途中的开放式超高清巨屏娱乐体验。 在完全保护隐私的同时,开放式可感知环境;
5)基于5G宽带网,推动AR产品在大学生宿舍,教育等广泛使用场景中普及。

iGlass公司产品具有如下三个特征: 技术全球领先,产品定位精准,市场需求巨大。

随着行业和公司的发展,iGlass公司也会逐步推出其它针对游戏机市场,电脑市场,以及各种垂直领域行业应用的高性价比增强现实,混合现实XR眼镜产品。

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Marika Haranis Appointed New HPNA Chief Clinical Officer

Ms. Haranis will lead the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association's education and research programs, and represent HPNA in advocacy efforts

PITTSBURGH, PA, UNITED STATES , February 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Marika Haranis, MSN, CRNP, ACHPN, as its new Chief Clinical Officer. Her first day with the organization was Wednesday, February 20, 2019. In this role, Ms. Haranis will lead education and research programs and represent HPNA in advocacy efforts.

Ms. Haranis comes to HPNA from UPMC Altoona, where she was the Clinical Director of Palliative Services, Transitional Year Residency Coordinator, Program Coordinator / Palliative Fellowship Coordinator, and a Nurse Practitioner since 2014. She served as a Hospice Clinical Practitioner at UPMC Family Hospice and Palliative Care, a Clinical Practitioner at the Minute Clinic in Washington, DC, and was a Staff Nurse at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. Ms. Haranis is an End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Trainer, a POLST Train-the-Trainer, and Pallitalk Trained by AAHPM. She is a member of HPNA and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, UPMC Preceptorship Academy, UPMC Altoona Graduate Medical Education Committee, and the UPMC Altoona Ethics Committee. She is also a Beckwith Institute Grant Recipient of the Palliative Nurse Champion Program, won the UPMC Graduate Medical Examination Team of the Year and Rookie of the Year as well as the UPMC Altoona Guardian Angel Award.

Ms. Haranis earned a Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and a Post Masters Certificate as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner at the University of Pennsylvania. She is currently working on her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Health Systems Executive Leadership at the University of Pittsburgh.

“We are very excited to have Marika join our executive leadership team. Her skills as an expert palliative care clinician, in conjunction with her leadership experience in healthcare, will serve as a great complement to our team as we continue to advance our mission ‘to advance expert care in serious illness,’” said Sally Welsh, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, and CEO of HPNA.

About Us

HPNA is a national nonprofit organization of nursing professionals practicing in the specialty of palliative nursing across the life span continuum. With a mission to advance expert care in serious illness, and more than 11,000 members, it is the only nursing organization of its kind. HPNA and its two affiliated organizations, the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center and the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation, have a vision to transform the care and culture of serious illness. To learn more, visit HPNA at advancingexpertcare.org.

Harry Crytzer
Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association
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