Relief Available to CBD Vape Market from VaporBrands Multimedia Marketing After Adding Clarity and Tranquility to Market

VaporBrands Relief

VaporBrands Relief

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VaporBrands Tranquility

VaporBrands has added “Relief” to its line of CBD Vape cartridges joining “Clarity” and “Tranquility” Vape cartridges and providing a full line VAPE cartridges

VaporBrands International, Inc. (OTCMKTS:VAPR)

Now that we have a full line of Vape cartridges taking advantage of the benefits of high end CBD, we are beginning to launch a multimedia advertising campaign to introduce our products to the market. ”

— Eleanor L. Hodge

SPRING HILL, FLORIDA, USA, June 19, 2019 / — VaporBrands International, Inc. (OTCPK:VAPR) one of the pioneers in the Vape movement, has added “Relief” to its line of CBD Vape cartridges. “Relief” joins recently released “Clarity” and “Tranquility” Vape cartridges and now provides a full line VAPE cartridges providing an alternative to traditional cigarettes and Vape products that contain addictive nicotine and other carcinogens.
The full line of VaporBrands CBD cartridges can be purchased now at . Like all VaporBrands CBD product s “Relief” contains only the highest-grade full spectrum CBD in a smooth Vape cartridge. The product does not contain any nicotine, or other addictive substances or drugs. “Relief” is intended to give the consumer an alternative to smoking while providing them with relief from numerous ailments reportedly alleviated by the specially formulated CBD blend.
Eleanor Hodge CEO Stated: “Now that we have a full line of Vape cartridges that will hopefully provide tremendous benefits to those who have chosen to take advantage of the various benefits of high-end CBD, we are now beginning to launch a multimedia advertising campaign to introduce our products to the market. The response we got from being featured on CBMJ’s LoudMouth News Radio (OTCPK:CBMJ) was very strong and has given us feedback into how and where our consumers utilize our products. We are moving very quickly and are now ready to increase our efforts in gaining awareness for our products and our Company.”

VaporBrands has returned to the forefront of the industry after launching its top end CBD Vape cartridges available now nationwide. The new products and marketing plan are due to VAPR signing a product development, branding, and marketing agreement with ReelTime Media (OTCPK:RLTR). In that agreement, RLTR provides the development of marketing and branding, production of commercials, advertisement copy, and placements of all media as the Agency of Record. ReelTime Media, whose capabilities are redefining how companies are evaluating and purchasing their TV, radio, print and other new media, has had strong success recently with marketing Baristas CBD Coffee (OTCPK:BCCI) and is leveraging that success for VaporBrands CBD Vape cartridges.

About VaporBrands International, Inc.: VAPR is focused on developing products in the Vape sector that create opportunities to acquire significant market share in the rapidly growing "Vaping" industry with culturally relevant brands in the global marketplace. VaporBrands is currently marketing CBD Vape cartridges which are suspected to help with pain, arthritis, sleep, anxiety, stress, and high cholesterol as well as being part of the "Vaping" sector, VAPR believes strongly in the current direction and is one of the next of many logical steps in our business moving forward.

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Chapter 7 or Chapter 13? Bankruptcy Attorney Explains The Difference in Video Interview

Texas Attorney David Shuster

Attorney David Shuster

David Shuster, a debt relief attorney based in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area, explained these differences in an interview with™.

If you don’t qualify for Chapter 7…then you can do a Chapter 13 and still get a discharge but pay back that amount that the law calls your "legal monthly disposable income" first.”

— Attorney David Shuster

DENVER, CO, USA, June 19, 2019 / — A bankruptcy attorney explained the key differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 in a recent video interview.

David Shuster, a debt relief attorney based in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area, explained these differences in an interview with™. He explained who is eligible for each type of bankruptcy, the pros and cons of each, which debts are dischargeable by each type, how long each of them take to complete, whether or not you can transfer from one type to the other, which is best for alleviating student loan debt, and how an attorney can help you.

He explained that a Chapter 7 is a much faster process where you can discharge certain debts. Under a Chapter 13, you create a payment plan to pay off your creditors according to your income.

A crucial component of deciding which type of bankruptcy to file is the means test. The means test calculates your income to determine if you are eligible to file for a Chapter 7. The specifics vary state by state. Shuster said that if you have too much income, you cannot file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

“The main difference is the means test,” Shuster said. “If the law says you make too much money and have too much disposable income to get a Chapter 7 discharge without paying any creditors back, then you’re not eligible for a Chapter 7. You need to file a Chapter 13 to pay back maybe not all of the debt, but the portion of the debt for which you are legally responsible to pay. If you don’t qualify for Chapter 7 because you make too much money and don’t pass the means test, then you can do a Chapter 13 and still get a discharge but pay back that amount that the law calls your ‘legal monthly disposable income’ first.”

He encouraged everyone struggling with debt to contact an attorney to find out which avenue is the best option.

David Shuster is a bankruptcy attorney at Shuster Law PLLC based in Lewisville. He assists clients throughout the Dallas – Ft. Worth area by providing debt relief solutions. He can be reached at 888-365-0921.

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Wood Chip Heat Based Sanitation Facility Construction Commences in Maine, USA

Work commences at new Maine Heat Based Phytosanitation facility for wood fuel chips

Work to start on a 300,000MT per year Heat based Phytosanitation facility for biomass fuel Grade wood chips located 13 miles from Port of Searsport, Maine.

HUNTSVILLE , ALABAMA, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2019 / — Aeon Energy Solutions, Inc., Alabama, announces today the start of work on a 300,000MT Heat based Phytosanitation facility located 13 miles from Port of Searsport, Maine. Phase I processing equipment will be provided by TDC designer and EPC Contractor of Topeka, Kansas designers of Heavy Industrial Dehydration products for over 75 years. Commissioning of the facility is presently planned for summer 2020 with first shipments to a substantial European core client commencing 2nd quarter 2020.
“Everyone involved in this project is very exited to see the end results of several years of development, strategy and hard work by a group of dedicated individuals. Maine is the perfect location for this Heat Based Phytosanitation operation because of its vast wood basket and proximity to Europe. The facility carries a small Carbon Footprint as the facility is run on waste Steam & electricity provided by an existing MSW(waste) to energy power station. The biomass wood chips will be compacted mechanically to create a high density product for efficient stowage and economical shipping . There is still a quantity of sanitized wood chip product available from Phase I operations as of this date starting in 2020 “states Joseph Majka President of Aeon Energy Solutions.

TDC Heat Based Phytosanitation systems offer you a completely safe alternative to the pasteurization and sanitation of Wood Chips and other biomass products. The system is USDA and APHIS compliant meeting all the specifications of heat treatment in fact this system exceeds current EU Phytosanitation standards. TDC temperatures are higher than IPPC or ISPM 15 standards! The system meets all the accredited standards set in place and adhered to by all signatory countries of the Montreal Protocol. 100% Heat based, Safe, efficient, no chemicals and no Ozone depleting substances.

Aeon Energy Solutions is a multifaceted Sales, Marketing and Energy consulting firm partnered with cutting edge 'green' technology equipment manufactures involved with energy production. Aeon provides Green Energy solutions through our world class manufacturing partners and our various environmentally accountable products. Aeon possesses extensive experience in Sales, Marketing, and Design. Areas of key expertise in Energy production /distribution, Heating, Construction, Fibre and Forestry.
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Women’s Forum of New York to Honor Companies Advancing Boardroom Parity at November 7 Breakfast of Corporate Champions

Women's Forum of New York Salutes Corporate Champions for Raising the Bar on Gender Parity in the Boardroom

2019 Breakfast of Corporate Champions – Raising the Bar

Companies With At Least 30 Percent of Board Seats Held by Women to Be Recognized for Raising the Bar

The Women’s Forum of New York salutes the 2019 Corporate Champions for raising the bar for gender-balanced boards and inspiring others to accelerate the pace of change towards parity.”

— Janice Ellig, Ellig Group CEO, Breakfast Corporate Champions Founder

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2019 / — The Women’s Forum of New York will host the fifth biennial Breakfast of Corporate Champions on November 7, 2019 in New York City to honor the S&P 500/Fortune 1000 companies which have achieved 30 percent or greater female representation on their corporate boards. This benchmark event brings together more than 600 thought leaders and change-makers including CEOs, Board Directors and government officials in support of the shared goal of gender parity in the boardroom by 2025.

“As an organization of top women leaders, the Women’s Forum of New York salutes the 2019 Corporate Champions which are raising the bar for female board representation by actively seeking more women directors,” said Janice Ellig, CEO of the Ellig Group and Chair and Founder of the Breakfast of Corporate Champions. “We salute these game-changing CEOs for accelerating the pace towards gender-balanced boardrooms and inspiring others to follow."

The 2019 Breakfast of Corporate Champions Honorary Co-Chairs are Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., President & CEO, TIAA and Maggie Wilderotter, former Executive Chair and CEO of Frontier Communications. They will be joined by an impressive line-up of leading CEOs and Directors who will speak on why gender balance in the boardroom is a strategic business imperative and how to accelerate the path toward parity, including:

• Michele Buck, President & CEO, The Hershey Company
• Michael Corbat, CEO, Citigroup
• Mary N. Dillon, CEO, Ulta Beauty, Inc.
• Hubert Joly, Chairman & CEO, Best Buy Co. Inc.
• Margaret Keane, President & CEO, Synchrony Financial
• Larry Merlo, President & CEO, CVS Health
• Patricia F. Russo, Non-Executive Chairman, Hewlett Packard Enterprises
• Meg Whitman, former CEO, Hewlett-Packard

Awards will be presented to 323 corporations which have successfully accelerated the advancement of women on corporate boards by achieving and exceeding 30 percent female board representation. One company and CEO will receive the Muriel F. Siebert Leadership Award for achieving 50/50 gender parity and implementing policies and actions that inspire others to follow.

The 2019 Breakfast of Corporate Champions takes place on November 7, 2019 at Cipriani 42nd Street, in New York City from 7:30am – 10:30am. To learn more about the event, review sponsorship opportunities or purchase tickets to attend, visit:

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The Women's Forum of New York is the city's premier organization of women leaders. The invitation-only membership of more than 500 women represents the highest levels of achievement across all professional sectors from finance to fine arts. The organization is dedicated to the advancement of women's leadership through programs which enrich members' lives both personally and professionally, through The Education Fund, which enables talented women whose potential has been disrupted by extreme adversity to resume their education, and through the Corporate Board Initiative, which extends and expands the contribution of women leaders through corporate board participation. Founded in 1974, the Women's Forum of New York is the flagship of the International Women's Forum, a global organization of over 6,500 outstanding women leaders in over 74 Forums around the world.


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Tiffany Antique Silver, Ansel Adams “Redwoods,” Chinese Fine Porcelains and Carved Jade Jewelry Headline Michaan’s July 13 Auction

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Tiffany Antique Silver, Ansel Adams “Redwoods,” Chinese Fine Porcelains and Carved Jade Jewelry Headline Michaan’s July 13 Auction
The third quarter of 2019 begins with a sale that promises to sustain the excitement Michaan’s has generated in this year’s lively auction market. The event on July 13 will showcase the best in fine art photography, delightful bronze sculptures, old Chinese jade jewelry and excellent crackle glazed Chinese porcelains.
A leading auction highlight in July is the extraordinary Tiffany & Co. sterling tea and coffee service, designed in the Japanesque style by Edward C. Moore (1827-1891). Decorated with graceful swans, birds on branches and Greek key motifs, the set dates to the Gilded Age, circa 1875, and is estimated at $30,000-$40,000. Bidders will find detailed cataloguing and multiple photos online, and are invited to contact specialist Jill Fenichell (510- 227-2524) for more information.
Asian art collectors and connoisseurs of fine glazed Chinese porcelain will not want to miss Michaan’s July sale. Three of the highlights are crackle glazed pieces from a single collector, ranging in estimated price from $2,000 to $5,000. The intricately painted large blue and white double gourd ‘shou’ vase is from the same collection ($3,000-$5,000). A small square vase of Dehua porcelain is estimated at $3,000-$5,000. Also featured is the large carved cinnabar plaque inlaid with beautiful hardstones including jade ($3,000-$4,000). Huanghuali and rosewood furniture pieces are offered.
Chinese treasures are also trending in July’s jewelry at Michaan’s, with more than a dozen lots of old celadon and ‘mutton fat’ jade as well as translucent jade. Carved pendants are abundant, in traditional forms such as bi discs and Chinese locks. Scalloped edges, florals and yin/yang motifs are just a few of the decorative carving variations. Fine gold jewelry is also offered, a wide range of periods and price points. Gemstones are featured in many of the gold pieces; a red coral and 18k yellow gold ring is $600-$800. Beautiful estate diamonds, always a big draw at Michaan’s monthly gallery auctions, are among July’s highlights. The Art Deco diamond bracelet is estimated at $2,000$3,000. An antique wedding ring set is offered at $3,000-$5,000.
In 1920s Paris, the Japanese ex-pat artist Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita enjoyed greater success than Picasso and wider acclaim than Matisse. Subject of a major 2018 exhibition at Musée Maillol, Foujita nimbly fused two cultures in his exquisite drawings and paintings. His delightful ink drawing “Fox” is offered in July at $8,000-$12,000.
Ansel Adams needs no introduction. In July Michaan’s offers his circa 1960 silver gelatin print of “Redwoods, Bull Creek Flat, Northern California.” Adams shot the photo in the old growth forest where massive sequoias inspire awe and reverence. This wonderful image, a strong impression with good contrasts, was previously purchased at Sotheby’s sale of fine photographs on October 16, 1990 (Sotheby’s lot 0453) Estimated at $7,000-$9,000.
Featured sculptures offered in July include Miguel Ortiz Berrocal’s "Alexandre" bronze puzzle sculpture with key and book ($1,000-$2,000). Of special interest locally and internationally is the irresistible bronze hedgehog ($3,000-$5,000) by Beniamino Bufano (1890-1970), the Italian-born San Francisco modernist sculptor of monumental works displayed in the city’s public spaces. Bufano’s curvilinear works in stone and bronze share a bold yet warm quality: solid and smooth, they invite the human touch. “Hedgehog’s” smaller scale furthers this connection, as the lucky winning bidder will soon discover.
Fine estate furniture is a mainstay of every monthly auction at Michaan’s. In July a Charles Eames armchair with matching ottoman is offered at $1,500-$2,500. A very special find is the George III Oak Cased Tall Cased Clock ($2,500-$3,500) by Blair Flight. Made in Scotland circa 1774-1775 to commemorate the July 1775 marriage of James Smith and Ann Morris, it is inscribed with their names and also “Blair Flight/Perth.”
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Entrepreneur Gasper Guarrasi reflects on career highlights to date

Gasper Guarrasi

NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 18, 2019 / — Serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Gasper Guarrasi looks back on a number of his personal and professional highlights, charitable efforts, and business successes.

Gasper Guarrasi is a serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, and respected humanitarian, known for his work alongside celebrities including Paula Abdul and Dr. Oz on predominantly well-being and environmentally-focused products and services. Here, Guarrasi provides a look back on a selection of charitable, career, and other highlights, and reveals more about his ongoing humanitarian efforts.

Gasper Guarrasi is CEO of Frog Environmental, one of the nation's largest environmental firms in the field of stormwater pollution prevention and compliance. "Frog Environmental services over 1,300 facilities throughout California and across other western U.S. states," reveals the CEO.

Guarrasi is also CEO of Storm Water Systems, marketed as the premier stormwater filtration equipment company in California, and is CEO of CAP, a premier full-service licensing and compliance consulting company in the cannabis industry. "Under my leadership and vision, all of these companies, and more, have grown exponentially in revenue and brand recognition," suggests the successful entrepreneur of his hard work and input.

Before establishing CAP, Gasper Guarrasi was CEO and founder of TRAINERbrands, a provider of patented products designed to improve health, fitness, and lifestyle. "At TRAINERbrands, I successfully oversaw the development of consumer-packaged goods which were successfully sold into Target, Walmart, Costco, Walgreens, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kroger, Dick's Sporting Goods, Amazon, 24 Hour Fitness, and various other branded retail outlets," he reveals, "plus further, additional distribution channels."

Prior to TRAINERbrands, meanwhile, Guarrasi was president and founder of Certi-Fresh Foods, a food preparation and marketing company serving restaurants, grocery chains, and foodservice distributors across the United States. "I grew Certi-Fresh Foods to more than $100 million in sales," he reveals, looking back, "before the company was sold to an investment firm."

Earlier in life, Guarrasi successfully completed the Entrepreneurial Studies Program at Harvard University and received a Bachelor of Science degree from California State University of Long Beach.

Through his entrepreneurial and philanthropic pursuits, Guarrasi has also met and worked with a wide array of internationally recognizable famous faces including George Clooney, Paula Abdul, Adrianna Costa, Christina Applegate, Bono, Natalie Gulbis, Michael George, and Dr. Oz.

Charities, nonprofit organizations, and other good causes proudly supported by the entrepreneur and philanthropist include the Haitian Disaster Relief Fund, the Red Cross, Save the Children, Doctors Without Borders, Millers Children's Hospital, The Art Of Living Global, the Special Olympics, the Coalition for Improving Maternity Services, March of Dimes, and the National Partnership for Women and Families.

"Furthermore, as a dedicated humanitarian," Guarrasi adds, wrapping up, "I'm constantly driven to innovate, and to employ my entrepreneurial know-how, to make the world a better place whenever, wherever, and however I possibly can."

Gasper Guarrasi is a respected environmentalist, humanitarian, philanthropist, and serial entrepreneur based in Newport Beach, California. A frequent and generous supporter of charities including Doctors Without Borders, the American Red Cross, and Save the Children, the lifestyle business visionary has also partnered with well-known fellow humanitarians including Paula Abdul and Dr. Oz on a number of revolutionary products and services. Creator of G2 Lifestyles and TRAINERbrands, Guarrasi has long enjoyed a fast-paced, competitive lifestyle, and is currently CEO of Frog Environmental, Cannabis Advising Partners, Storm Water Systems, and PopNDrop, as well as being the name behind StormPROOF and GASPERfilms.

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Credit Counsel, Inc. details technology-led approach to debt collection services

Credit Counsel Inc

Christopher Mihoulides provides a closer look at operations at technology-led accounts receivable management firm Credit Counsel, Inc.

SOUTH FLORIDA, FLORIDA, USA, June 18, 2019 / — President, owner, and founder of Credit Counsel, Inc., Christopher Mihoulides has, over the course of more than two decades, cemented the South Florida debt collection services firm's reputation as an industry leader. A veteran of the field, Mihoulides reveals more about Credit Counsel's services and the company's technology-led approach to business.

"At Credit Counsel, our collection services are highly successful thanks to our leveraging of state-of-the-art technology in accounts receivable management," explains Mihoulides, "as well as our highly trained, courteous, and professional team of staff."

Credit Counsel, Inc., he suggests, represents a one-stop destination for all clients' debt collection and accounts receivable management needs. "We leverage the very best technology available within the field, coupled with the best-trained professionals in the collections industry," Mihoulides reveals. "From web-based account access and reporting to building long-term personal client relationships, Credit Counsel, Inc. leads the way in creating powerful customer partnerships with enterprises across the United States, and internationally," he adds.

Credit Counsel, Inc. has provided business-to-business, commercial accounts receivable services to local, regional, national, and international clients since 1997. "At Credit Counsel, we understand the challenges which businesses face, and the need to manage receivables while maintaining a steady cash flow," Mihoulides explains.

A balanced approach of genuine compassion and professional persistence, he suggests, paired with the latest technology, has proven key to collecting clients' debts while keeping their customers happy and on board. "This is the collection philosophy upon which Credit Counsel, Inc. was founded, and which continues to deliver unparalleled recovery results for our clients," says Mihoulides. "What's more; if there's no collection, there's no charge," he adds.

Services provided by Credit Counsel, Inc. include commercial, medical, international, and occupational health debt collection. "We've been in the commercial debt recovery industry since the 1990s, and this experience translates directly into higher recovery rates for our clients," suggests Mihoulides.

"Meanwhile," he continues, "as an agency with experience in healthcare, we're able to effectively collect on past-due statements while maintaining positive relationships with patients and payors."

Of international debt collection, Mihoulides points out that money knows no boundaries. "And, at Credit Counsel, Inc., neither," he adds, "do we."

Lastly, Mihoulides turns toward occupational health debt collection. "We have the necessary experience and technical know-how and back-up to weave through the technicalities of insurance companies and their stall tactics," suggests the Credit Counsel, Inc. founder.

"Accordingly, if you're looking for a professional, proven, technology-led collection services firm," he adds, wrapping up, "Credit Counsel, Inc. is the number one company to handle your needs."

Based in South Florida, Credit Counsel, Inc. is a national and international debt recovery firm specializing in commercial, medical, and occupational health debt collection. Led by Christopher Mihoulides and fellow debt recovery industry professionals, Credit Counsel, Inc. serves a broad range of clients across the United States and around the world. For more information, call 877-224-7904 or visit

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Accounting Services Market Major Trends, Opportunities, Market Size, Value And Growth

The Business Research Company offers Accounting Services Global Market Report 2019 to its research database.

Accounting Service Companies Collaborate With Technology Companies And Digital Tax Economy Evolution Are The Major Trends Witnessed In The Global Accounting Services Market”

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LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, June 18, 2019 / — The global market for accounting services is expected to reach a value of around $870 billion by 2022, significantly growing at an annual rate of around 9% during the forecast period.

The growth in the accounting services market is due to increased mergers and acquisitions (M&A), technology stocks performance and financial reporting standards transition.

However, the market for accounting services is expected to face certain restraints from several factors such as weak wage growth in developed economies, accounting scandals, inconsistency in service delivery, automation affecting small and medium accounting firm, and reduction in free trade.

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The accounting services market consists of the sales of accounting services and related goods by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that provide recording and analysis of financial transactions and other financial values pertaining to businesses and other organizations. The service involves summarizing, analyzing, auditing and reporting of the financial transactions to tax collection agencies and entities. It also involves auditing and preparing financial statements, designing accounting systems, developing budgets and accounting advisory.

Accounting services undertake processes where human capital is the major input. They make available the knowledge and skills of their employees, often on an assignment basis, where an individual or team is responsible for the delivery of services to the client.

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With emerging markets growth, technology development, regulatory reforms the scope and potential for the global accounting services market is expected to significantly rise in the forecast period. Increase in outsourcing at accounting firms, accounting service companies collaborating with technology companies and digital tax economy evolution are the major trends witnessed in the global accounting services market.

Major players in the global accounting services market include PwC, EY, Deloitte, KPMG and BDO International.

Accounting Services Global Market Report 2019 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides accounting services market overviews, analyzes and forecasts accounting services market size and growth for the global accounting services market, accounting services market share, accounting services market players, accounting services market size, accounting services market segments and geographies, accounting services market trends, accounting services market drivers and accounting services market restraints, accounting services market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The accounting services market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

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Markets Covered: global accounting services market, payroll & bookkeeping services, tax preparation services and other accounting services.

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Accounting Services Market Organizations Covered: PwC, EY, Deloitte, KPMG and BDO International.

Regions: North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Time Series: Five years historic (2014-18) and forecast (2018-22).

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Exquisite Tiffany & Galle lamps, prized Amphora, paintings, old silver &jewels add luster to Morphy’s June 18-19 auction

Tiffany Studios Daffodil table lamp on outstanding Tiffany Pineapple lamp base with repousse glass in reticulated framework. Shade and base signed. Estimate: $120,000-$160,000

18K white gold with cabochon natural Burmese ruby and diamond ring. Ruby weight 13.20 carats. Estimated diamond weight 2.00 carats. Estimate: $28,000-$32,000

Large American silver punch bowl, sea monster and ship motif, 312.7 ozt, formerly in the collection of Philadelphia Gilded Age mansion Lynnewood Hall. Estimate: $30,000-$40,000

Also featured: American furniture, clocks, Asian and folk art, massive Bakelite collection

More than a century has passed since Tiffany Studios first produced its spectacular lamps, and they’re still in a class of their own. ”

— Dan Morphy, President of Morphy Auctions

DENVER, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2019 / — Imagine a selection of fine and decorative art whose quality is so superior, it all might easily have come from mythical Downton Abbey or the grandest of Newport estates. That’s the impression collectors might get while browsing through Morphy’s June 18-19 auction catalog. The expertly curated, fresh-to-market selection of 2,500+ lots would please even the most discerning art connoisseur.

There are so many highlights within the immense array of Tiffany Studios and European cameo glass lamps featured in the Tuesday opening session, collectors will find themselves spoiled for choice. A stunning Tiffany Studios Daffodil table lamp with its vibrant spring palette is a wonder to behold when illuminated. The floral shade rests on an outstanding Tiffany Studios Pineapple lamp base. Its repousse glass sections within a reticulated openwork frame render the appearance of jade cabochons, making the base a virtual artwork in itself. The ultimate embodiment of Tiffany artistry, this show-stopping lamp is expected to make $120,000-$160,000 at auction.

“The Tiffany name represents the crème de la crème of the American art glass tradition,” said Morphy Auctions’ president, Dan Morphy. “More than a century has passed since Tiffany Studios first produced its spectacular lamps, and they’re still in a class of their own. There are far more buyers pursuing them than there are sellers willing to part with their treasured lamps, so there’s always a demand for choice examples.”

Among the many other Tiffany table, floor and ceiling (chandelier) lamps on offer in the June sale is a superb Tiffany Dragonfly lamp laden with heavily rippled glass and gorgeous cabochon jewels. It has a small Tiffany tag inside the shade and is stamped “TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 368” on its base. It comes to auction with a $75,000-$90,000 estimate. A profusely decorated Tiffany Poppy lamp could reach $60,000-$80,000, while a charming Black-Eyed Susan lamp carries a $42,000-$50,000 estimate.

An exceptional lineup of cameo glass includes many coveted Daum Nancy and Galle designs, led by a monumental 31-inch-tall Galle scenic table lamp. The dome shade depicts a breathtaking scene of trees and mountainside houses overlooking a lake. The matching cameo-glass base displays large trees and purple mountains connected by a bridge. One of the finest European decorative entries in the sale, it is estimated at $45,000-$60,000.

Another masterpiece is the 17½-inch Daum Nancy enameled cameo vase with a top-to-bottom autumn scene of tall trees and golden foliage in a waterside setting. Signed and bearing the company’s Cross of Lorraine mark, it is estimated at $15,000-$20,000.

Morphy’s has made its mark in the Amphora market time and again with long-held collections of utmost quality. Within the grouping of Amphora pieces chosen for the June 18 session are two monumental circa-1900 vessels with a fantasy theme: a rare 18¼-inch Sea Dragon vase, $9,000-$12,000; and a 17½-inch Dragon vase with several identifications, including the Imperial Amphora mark. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000

The Wednesday, June 19 session opens with a gleaming selection of old American and European silver. A 197-piece assembled set of Tiffany “Olympian” pattern sterling flatware weighs approximately 313.5ozt and includes many serving pieces. The set will cross the auction block with a $30,000-$50,000 estimate. A large American silver punch bowl decorated with a fantasy scene of sea monsters surrounding a ship measures 22¼ inches in diameter and weighs 312.7ozt. The lot is accompanied by a 1944 issue of Life magazine that contains an article on the high-profile sale of the contents of Lynnewood Hall, the Philadelphia Gilded Age mansion of business tycoon Peter A.B. Widener. The punch bowl is illustrated in that article. Estimate: $30,000-$40,000.

The fine jewelry and watches category opens with two exceptional rings. An 18K white gold and diamond ring features a richly hued oval cabochon natural Burmese ruby that weighs 13.20 carats. Accompanied by an AGL Prestige Gemstone Report, it is estimated at $28,000-$32,000. The other ring is a Tiffany & Co. design, platinum with a 13-carat oval, cushion-cut Mandarin garnet; four oval-cut diamonds and six straight baguette-cut diamonds. With a total weight of 12.1 grams, it could command a high bid of $25,000-$30,000. An elegant 14K white gold, emerald and diamond necklace, gross weight: 36.3dwt, is estimated at $20,000-$40,000.

Mantel and long-case clocks will follow. A stellar 18th-century Dutch carved walnut long-case musical striking clock is adorned at its crest with three gilded three-dimensional figures, including Father Time and Mercury. The ornate timekeeper is marked F.G. Lubert Amsterdam on its die-cut silvered chapter ring and stands 125½ inches tall. It is estimated at $40,000-$80,000.

An extensive offering of American, European, Canadian and Asian fine art spans many genres. Jean Beraud’s (Russo-French, 1849-1935) oil-on-canvas painting The Deposition of Christ is signed and dated 1892. Measuring 44 by 57 inches (sight), it is presented in a substantial carved and gessoed giltwood period frame. Estimate: $40,000-$60,000. A more contemporary but no less fascinating work is an untitled, signed abstract in blue by Kazuo Nakamura (Canadian, 1926-2002). Nakamura was a member of the Canadian abstract expressionist collective known as the “Painters Eleven,” who were influenced by Willem de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. Auction estimate: $15,000-$20,000.

In addition to the wealth of sumptuous art, the auction roster includes many lots of period furniture (Chippendale, Sheraton, Queen Anne styles, etc.), fine carpets, Asian porcelains and other decorative art; plus coins and currency. The event will conclude with a major collection of Bakelite jewelry and Lucite handbags.

Morphy’s June 18-19, 2019 Fine & Decorative Arts Auction will start at 9 a.m. Eastern Time on both days. All forms of bidding will be available, including live via the Internet through Morphy Live. Tel. 877-968-8880, email Online: View catalog online at

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How to Effectively Manage Medical Practice Staff, explained by physician and analyst Dr. William Matzner

William Lee Matzner, MD - California, Simi Valley

William Lee Matzner, MD – California, Simi Valley

Dr William L Matzner California

Dr William L Matzner California

Diagram Healthcare Cost Effectiveness Dr William Matzner Simi Valley California

Diagram Healthcare Cost Effectiveness Dr William Matzner Simi Valley California

Dr William Matzner, Physician and Researcher, California

Dr William Matzner, Physician and Researcher, California

Dr William Lee Matzner, Simi Valley, California

Dr William Lee Matzner, Simi Valley, California

In his new publication, Dr. William Matzner explains some of the most effective steps and measures to improve healthcare staff management.

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Medical Practice Management Software helps with the daily tasks of appointment scheduling, report generation, claims and statements for insurance coverage, thus making the work of the staff easier.”

— Dr. William Matzner, California (Healthcare Analytics, LLC)

SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2019 / — Running and managing a medical facility is no child’s play; a lot of planning, hard work, determination and organization skills go into it. Luckily, we live in an age where most of our day to day tasks have been made easier thanks to the meteoric development in the fields of science and IT. In order to enhance a facility’s productivity and reliability, good management and administration is required. But, how do we ensure we can mitigate legal and financial risks, maximize patient satisfaction, and ensure quality service provision? In order to achieve these outcomes, you need to manage your staff efficiently.

Dr. William Matzner has published an article about it. The complete article will be published on the Blog of Dr. Matzner at

Here are some of the most effective steps and measures can help with staff management to achieve better results:

Staff Training

Training the staff and briefing them on what is expected of them in terms of both professional performance as well as patient care are both key factors that play a vital role in the smooth running of a medical practice. The staff should be well aware of how they are expected to perform and the standards that they must meet. They must also be well equipped and regularly updated in terms of changes, policy alterations, and training sessions.

Constant Supervision and Support

To ensure that the staff is on track and following policies, standards, and requirements, it is very important to not just closely supervise them, but also offer them support. This support could be in many forms, for instance, they may require help with equipment and instrument handling and operating, or they might require assistance with time managements etc. It is of paramount importance to be directly involved with the staff at some point, in order to ensure that they have all the support they may need, while also ensuring that they are aware that they are being supervised so that they do not compromise on quality. Supervision and support may also be offered in the form of staff guides, operation manuals, checklists, and roster of routine activities. Appreciation is also very important. Appreciate the staff and their efforts when they perform well and similarly, encourage them to improve if they are not at par with the standards.

Management Using Technology

Lastly, in this age of advanced technology, technological systems can help with a lot of management and organization. There are now certain management apps meant specifically for medical practices that help with normal routine activities—and do so quicker than humans. For instance, the Medical Practice Management Software or MPMS helps with the daily tasks of appointment scheduling, report generation, claims and statements for insurance coverage etc. thus making the work of the staff much easier. Such computerized programs save time, ensure quality service, and also reduce the workload of the staff. These systems now can also be connected to the internet, which makes them even more efficient.

Following the tips above can significantly help improve the quality of service, retention rate, and ensure that your staff enjoys working for you.

About William Lee Matzner, M.D., PhD, FACP

Dr. William L. Matzner works in the area of healthcare economics consulting at Healthcare Analytics, LLC, in California. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University. He received his M.D. with Honors from Baylor College of Medicine. In 1988, he was the Solomon Scholar for Resident Research at Cedar Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Matzner subsequently was awarded a PhD in Neuro Economics from Claremont Graduate University. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Palliative Medicine. He has researched and published extensively on the issue of reproduction and immunology in medical literature. He has been in private practice since 1989, specializing in Reproductive Immunology and Internal medicine.

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