Global Fungicides Market Worth Expected to $24.89 billion by 2023

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The global fungicides market was worth $ 16.67 billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a rate of about 11% and reach $24.89 billion by 2023.”

— Abdul Wasay

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, February 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global fungicides market is expected to grow at a rate of about 11% and reach $24.89 billion by 2023. Farmers globally are adopting intensive farming techniques to increase productivity per hectare, driving the demand for pesticides and other agricultural chemicals. However, the rising demand for organic food products is expected to negatively impact the fungicides market.

The Global fungicides industry consists of sales of fungicides. Fungicides controls fungal diseases by killing or inhibiting fungi or fungal spores. Fungi can cause serious damage in agriculture, resulting in critical losses of yield, quality, and profit. Tea tree oil, cinnamaldehyde, and nimbin are examples of natural fungicides.

The global fungicides market is further segmented based on type and geography.
By Type – The fungicides market is segmented into synthetic fungicides and bio-fungicides.
By Geography – The global fungicides is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Trends In The Fungicides Market
Developing agricultural countries, including China, Brazil, and India, are experiencing increasing demand for inorganic fungicides due to their lower prices than organic fungicides. Inorganic fungicides are manufactured from abundantly available and easily produced elements, making the product significantly cheap.

Potential Opportunities In The Fungicides Market
With an increase in global chemicals mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and economic growth, the scope and potential for the global fungicides market is expected to significantly rise in the forecast period.

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Major players in the market are Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel), American Vanguard Corporation (United States), BASF SE (Germany), Bayer Cropscience AG (Germany), Bioworks Inc (United States), Dow Agrosciences LLC (United States), DuPont (United States), FMC Corporation (United States), Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. (United States), and Monsanto Company (United States).

Fungicides Global Market Report 2020 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides fungicides market overviews, analyzes and forecasts fungicides market size and growth for the global fungicides market, fungicides market share, fungicides market players, fungicides market size, fungicides market segments and geographies, fungicides market trends, fungicides market drivers and fungicides market restraints, fungicides market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The fungicides market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

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Read Fungicides Global Market Report 2020 from The Business Research Company for information on the following:
Markets Covered: global fungicides market
Data Segmentations: fungicides market size, global and by country; historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries
Fungicides Market Organizations Covered: Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd (Formerly Makhteshim Agan Industries Ltd) (Israel), American Vanguard Corporation (United States), BASF SE (Germany), Bayer Cropscience AG (Germany), Bioworks Inc (United States), Dow Agrosciences LLC (United States), DuPont (United States), FMC Corporation (United States), Marrone Bio Innovations Inc. (United States), and Monsanto Company (United States)
Regions: Asia-Pacific, China, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, USA, South America, Middle East and Africa.
Time Series: Five years historic (2015-19) and forecast (2019-23).

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Other Information And Analyses: PESTEL analysis, fungicides market customer information, fungicides market product/service analysis – product examples, fungicides market trends and opportunities, drivers and restraints, key mergers and acquisitions, key metrics covered: number of enterprises, number of employees, global fungicides market in 2020 – countries offering most new opportunities

Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report are sourced using end notes.
Strategies For Participants In The Fungicides Industry: The report explains a number of strategies for companies in the fungicides market, based on industry trends and company analysis.

Opportunities For Companies In The Fungicides Sector: The report reveals where the global fungicides industry will put on most $ sales up to 2023.

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Elizabeth Stanton, Travel Guru Extraordinaire, Examines Poor Customer Service Not Affecting Profits for Major Airlines

Elizabeth Stanton, Travel Guru Extraordinaire

“Airlines will figure out just how much every client is worth and treat them accordingly.” – Elizabeth Stanton

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new study by University of Nevada, Reno, found that there is no correlation between customer satisfaction and performance of the airline. Airline management, away from the financial incentive to invest in CS, is more concerned with filling as many seats as possible-and increasing the number of seats per flight by reducing seat width and legroom to take on a few extra rows in economy class. Well, it seems travel guru extraordinaire, Elizabeth Stanton, has a lot to say on the subject and insists that the sadly poor customer service doesn't affect income.

“This besieged consumer lives in an alternative reality where businesses can discriminate at will between their high-value and low-value clientele, at the same time as they marginalize bargain hunters and coupon cutters,” states Elizabeth Stanton. “Most companies couldn’t get away with treating their customers this way. But some already do: airlines.”

Stanton continues, “Airlines will figure out just how much every client is worth and treat them accordingly. They have this overarching sense of who their valued customers are, regardless of any individual fare, and what their lifetime value is. And because of the system structure, they will take advantage of it to the degree that they are cruel to people.”

When it comes to poor customer service, airlines seem to be beyond reproach and the average air traveler knows that. It’s self-evident in the soaring profits of United, which forcibly dragged a passenger off an overbooked flight 2 years ago, and in budget carriers offering increasingly spartan flying experiences while insinuating add-on fees for amenities that were once included, like carry-on baggage and inflight entertainment. The big U.S. airlines have a near-monopoly on air travel from many (although not all) major American airports, leaving little options for price-sensitive passengers when they fly.

“Other industries don’t have nearly the ability to be as arrogant as the airlines are,” states Stanton. “Nonairline business' need to be discreet about their discriminatory practices and create an environment that is friendly enough not to drive away their customers. Whether this will ever change so airlines can’t get such a grip on people? I don’t know.

On Tuesday February 18, 2020, the U.S. Department of Transportation released its annual report on air travel for 2019. This report shows travel data related to the consumer and you can see how on average airlines have been giving poor service as cancellations increase and long tarmac delays being displayed. Check out the statistics below:

On-time arrival rate: 79%, down from 79.2% in 2018. Despite operating on island time, Hawaiian Airlines was the most punctual carrier. Frontier was the least.

Cancellations: Airlines canceled 1.9% of scheduled domestic flights last year, all of which interrupted an important family gathering. In 2016, the cancellation rate was 1.2%.

Animals: Carriers reported 11 animal deaths and eight injuries.

Tarmac delays: The longest tarmac delay was a United flight that spent 5 hours and 32 minutes on the Newark tarmac before taking off for Milan, Italy.

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Elizabeth Stanton

https://elizabethstantontv.com/

Elizabeth Stanton has been a world traveler her entire life, experiencing the culture of Europe, the wonders of the Far East, and the natural beauty of remote destinations. She started hosting “Elizabeth Stanton’s Great Big World” at the age of 15, and it was watched in 90% of the United States at its peak and is the top-rated show on FOX affiliates nationwide. In the show, she travels the globe with her celebrity friends exploring other cultures, learning about history, and finding opportunities to help those in need, while shedding some light on what others less fortunate are dealing with. The show featured stars like Bailee Madison, Jake T. Austin, Gregg Sulkin, and Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, and filmed in places all over the world, from the USA to Nicaragua to Paris to Beijing. She continues to film new episodes of Great Big World, which has been running for nine years and this is now the 10th year in which it continues to remain strong.

Elizabeth is very passionate about giving back and is a supporter of Marines Toys for Tots Foundation, donating thousands of toys to the organization over the last few years. In addition, she has donated money earned from her show to the homeless men, women, and children of Los Angeles, ultimately helping to feed over 4000 families in Los Angeles for two months.

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2020 Global Fire Detection Equipment Market Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast By TBRC

TheBusinessResearchCompany.com announces Fire Detection Equipment Global Market Report 2020 addition of new report to its research database.

The fire detection equipment market covered in this report is segmented by product type into flame detectors, smoke detectors, heat detectors.”

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LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global fire detection equipment market is expected to grow at a rate of about 5.31% to nearly $27.8 billion by 2023. The increased need by government agencies to ensure safety has increased the demand for the fire detection equipment market. However, high installation and maintenance costs negatively impact the sales of fire detection equipment. Request For A Sample For The Global Fire Detection Equipment Market Report:
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The fire detection equipment market consists of sales of fire detection equipment used to warn people when the presence of fire is detected. Fire detection equipment reduces the damage caused by fire by generating warning signals (including audio or visual signals) in case of fire. Detection of fire is done by detecting the smoke, heat, or flames. However, this equipment does not intervene in fire suppression.

The global fire detection equipment market is further segmented based on type and geography.
By Type – The fire detection equipment market is segmented into flame detectors, smoke detectors, and heat detectors.
By Geography – The global fire detection equipment is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions, the Asia-Pacific fire detection equipment market accounts for the largest share in the global fire detection equipment market.

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Trends In The Fire Detection Equipment Market
The entities involved in the fire detection equipment market are using infrared technology to reduce the false alarms from these systems and, at the same time, shorten the time it takes alarms to detect actual fires. The use of infrared technology increases the fire detection capabilities of a detector even in a dusty atmosphere.

Potential Opportunities In The Fire Detection Equipment Market
With increase in stringent government regulations and mandates, the scope and potential for the global fire detection equipment market is expected to significantly rise in the forecast period.

Major players in the market are Johnson Controls, Honeywell International, United Technologies, Siemens, Halma, Gentex, Robert Bosch, Hochiki, Securiton AG, and Encore Fire Protection.

Fire Detection Equipment Global Market Report 2020 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides fire detection equipment market overviews, analyzes and forecasts fire detection equipment market size and growth for the global fire detection equipment market, fire detection equipment market share, fire detection equipment market players, fire detection equipment market size, fire detection equipment market segments and geographies, fire detection equipment market trends, fire detection equipment market drivers and fire detection equipment market restraints, fire detection equipment market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The fire detection equipment market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

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Read Fire Detection Equipment Industry Report 2020 from The Business Research Company for information on the following:
Markets Covered: global fire detection equipment market
Data Segmentations: fire detection equipment market size, global and by country; historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries
Fire Detection Equipment Market Organizations Covered: Johnson Controls, Honeywell International, United Technologies, Siemens, Halma, Gentex, Robert Bosch, Hochiki, Securiton AG, and Encore Fire Protection
Regions: Asia-Pacific, China, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, USA, South America, Middle East and Africa.
Time Series: Five years historic (2015-19) and forecast (2019-23).

Other Information And Analyses: PESTEL analysis, fire detection equipment market customer information, fire detection equipment market product/service analysis – product examples, fire detection equipment market trends and opportunities, drivers and restraints, key mergers and acquisitions, key metrics covered: number of enterprises, number of employees, global fire detection equipment market in 2020 – countries offering most new opportunities

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Jeff Bogardo registers for local Via Marathon

Bethlehem resident Jeff Bogardo signs up for this year's local St. Luke's Via Marathon.

BETHLEHEM, PA, USA, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Set to once again take place later this year, the annual St. Luke's Via Marathon supports children and adults with disabilities in and around Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and across Lehigh and Northampton counties and further afield. Recently signed up for the event, medal-winning runner Jeff Bogardo provides a closer look at the race and the work of Via of the Lehigh Valley.

"Scenic, nicely shaded almost throughout, and with a net descent drop of 240 feet, St. Luke's Via Marathon is deservedly popular year in and year out," explains Bogardo, a resident of the marathon's co-hosting city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It's also an attractive qualifying run, he says, for the famous Boston Marathon.

The average runner's time for the St. Luke's Via Marathon is just shy of four hours. "In fact, for the past few years, the average runner's time has been almost exactly three hours and 59 minutes," reveals medal-winning road racer Bogardo.

St. Luke's Via Marathon is also a fantastic opportunity to fundraise for a great cause, according to Jeff Bogardo. "By getting involved with St. Luke's Via Marathon, people are joining a 68-year-long tradition, courtesy of Via of the Lehigh Valley, in supporting those with disabilities, in retirement, and much more," Bogardo reveals.

"Since 1952," he continues, "Via of the Lehigh Valley has supported vital services for people and their families ranging from early childhood developmental support to helping people with disabilities and those in retirement to lead the best possible life our community can offer."

Via of the Lehigh Valley is a nonprofit organization that provides services for adults and children with disabilities in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Pike, Monroe, Berks, and Bucks counties. Via has now overseen the marathon's host cities of Allentown and Bethlehem's annual racing events for more than a decade.

The event is sponsored by St. Luke's University Health Network. Founded almost 150 years ago, St. Luke's is a nonprofit, fully integrated, regional network of more than 15,000 employees providing services at over ten different hospitals and upwards of 300 outpatient sites.

Closer to home in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, meanwhile, more than 45,000 people, Jeff Bogardo reveals, have now benefited from the services that Via provides. "With support, St. Luke's Via Marathon can continue Via of the Lehigh Valley's legacy of excellence," he adds.

Interested parties can get involved by either running, volunteering at, donating to, or sponsoring the St. Luke's Via Marathon, according to medal-winning road racer Bogardo. "This year's St. Luke's Via Marathon, in and around Bethlehem, Pennsylvania," he adds, wrapping up, "takes place on Sunday, September 13."

To learn more or to register for the 2020 St. Luke's Via Marathon, head to https://www.viamarathon.org/.

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Danny Brown, Luxury Real Estate Broker, On How the High-End Housing Market Has Exploded in Los Angeles

Danny Brown, Luxury Real Estate Broker

“The high-end luxury market and uber luxury market in Los Angeles has exploded in January after anemic results in 2019.” – Danny Brown

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Southern California home prices shot from a year earlier in January as buyers battled over a limited supply of homes for sale across the six-county area. The median price of the area — the level where half of the homes sell for more and half for less — clocked in at $533,000, DQNews said Monday, February 24th. That was above the previous year by 6.6%. It's the latest hint that the home market is heating up after muddling through much of 2019.

Acclaimed Realtor at Compass, Danny Brown, seems to have a lot to say in the matter and is in agreement that we are going into a seller’s market. “The high-end luxury market and uber luxury market in Los Angeles has exploded in January after anemic results in 2019,” states Danny Brown. There’s been a half dozen sales over $100 million including a price record of $150m, which Lachlan Murdoch took credit for in December. Then Jeff Bezos shattered that record and bought David Gefferns Jack Warner Estate for $165m. There is plentiful inventory on the upper-end market, so the housing shortage is really on the mid-priced and low ends.”

High-end home sales signaled a recovery in the second quarter of 2019, according to the latest report from Redfin, which showed that prices rose a mere 1% to $1.64 million. While the gain is nominal, it could be a sign that the bleeding has stopped after several quarters of falling sales. Certainly, the second quarter's performance was a boost from the first quarter of the year, which saw luxury prices decline 1.7%. In Q1, prices declined for the first time in almost three years, and sales saw their largest decline since 2010 as supply increased by double digits.

Economists attribute the change, seen across the country, to falling mortgage rates, the easing of recession fears and a stark shortage of homes for sale. In Southern California, depending on the county, there were 17% to 28% fewer homes on the market in January than a year earlier, Zillow data show. Similar declines were reported in December. Interest rates had shot up in late 2018 and early 2019, and there was high economic uncertainty— two factors that caused buyers to pull back. At the same time, Zillow economist Jeff Tucker theorized, some sellers, worried the market might turn and wipe out some of their equity gains, listed their homes. But homes sat and inventory swelled. It seems that even with such limitations, it is a good time for people, especially in the high-end luxury market, to sell.

“The world has never seen the scale and scope of these uber sales in Los Angeles,” continues Danny Brown. “Up next is a $500m 100,000 sf spec, “The One”, with a Monaco casino and night club which is being shown quietly off market. It’s a flight to safety. Billionaires parking capital in blue chip estates in A+ locations as a form of diversification and enjoying the unique healthy sunshine and lifestyle that only LA can provide.”

Home prices and sales rose in all six counties compared with a year earlier:

In Los Angeles County, the median sale price rose 6% to $615,000, while sales climbed 14.1%.
In Orange County, prices rose 6.7% to $747,000, and sales climbed 20.3%.
In Riverside County, prices rose 4% to $390,000, and sales climbed 18.3%.
In San Bernardino County, prices rose 12.5% to $360,000, and sales climbed 16.7%.
In San Diego County, prices rose 7.9% to $585,000, and sales climbed 22.8%.
In Ventura County, prices rose 3.2% to $588,500, and sales climbed 18.8%.

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https://www.dannybrownla.com/

Danny Brown most recently launched season 2 of his hit podcast, The Deal with Danny Brown. The Deal with Danny Brown is a podcast that is devised as a force for good and gives valuable information to people from different industry professionals. The guest all explore how to achieve success in the best ways and give other ideas and suggestions such as being polite, diligent work ethics, overcoming fear, and moving through obstacles. Season 2 debuted with Stryker from The World Famous KROQ and has seen various other special guests such as Jon Orlando and Fred Kreuger.

Prior to working at Compass, Danny Brown was a partner at The Agency where he was one of their most prolific producers, well-respected leaders, and key mentors. He is on the Real Trends list of top 250 agents in the country and closed 37 transactions with just under $100M in volume in 2018. Over his career, Danny has closed over 350 transaction sides and $1B of sales volume.

Remaining a trusted and respected voice among his clients and colleagues, Danny Brown holds an extensive list of high-profile clients, including “C” level executives, tech entrepreneurs, athletes, entertainers, and developers. He is considered one of the most trusted and knowledgeable sources in the real estate industry and is often called upon to consult for developers, investors, financiers, and fellow real estate agents. You will find him speaking on various industry panels and leading training sessions for up and coming agents. He is a graduate from the University of Southern California, and he's a member of the Jewish Federations Real Estate and Construction Division (REC), and the Jonathan Club.

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Donald Dirren reveals latest life insurance products for seniors

Licensed financial advisor Donald Dirren provides an expert look at some of the latest life insurance products available for seniors.

PHEONIX, ARIZONA, USA, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — From term life and final expense insurance to indexed life and long-term care protection, licensed financial advisor Donald Dirren outlines a number of the latest life insurance products best suited to today's seniors across the United States.

"Life insurance products for seniors vary wildly, so it's vital that people choose the policy that's right for them," suggests Dirren, a financial advisor for more than 30 years, speaking from his office in Phoenix, Arizona.

Depending on an individual's age, their health, goals, and other factors, life insurance products for seniors include hybrid life which is a newer form of index universal life, universal life, and whole life insurance policies, according to Donald Dirren, who focuses on retirement planning and educating those seeking to protect, preserve, and pass on their wealth.

Dirren starts by taking a closer look at what's known as term life insurance. "Usually the cheapest option, term life insurance is best suited to those who only need short-term coverage, as the name suggests," he explains. Terms for older individuals, however, Dirren says, are often limited. "Where end-of-life expense coverage is the goal, another option is final expense life insurance," suggests the expert.

For individuals with more long term or estate planning needs, meanwhile, Dirren points toward fixed indexed universal and fixed universal life insurance for seniors. Permanent and flexible are these types of policies and the expert suggests, representing a safe investment option with no risk. "Another option," Dirren goes on, "is long-term care insurance, although the cost of this type of coverage is rising."

A hybrid option, then, he says, may be a better proposition. "Combining two types of coverage, chiefly long-term care and a permanent form of life insurance, hybrid life and long-term care coverage is available as a single policy, often much more cost-effective premium than traditional long-term care insurance," adds Dirren. With hybrid life and long-term care coverage, an individual's death benefit amount is utilized for long term care as needed while the policyholder is alive or a death benefit upon the policyholders death, both on a tax-free basis according to the expert.

Arguably the most expensive form of coverage for seniors, however, Donald Dirren says, is permanent whole life insurance. "Highest premium among life insurance options and thus potentially out of reach for many seniors, whole life insurance is more common among younger individuals," he explains. "If money isn't an issue though, whole life insurance from a top-rated insurance company, arguably, remains one of the the better ways to leave an inheritance," Dirren goes on, "and one which is tax-free for beneficiaries."

If in any doubt about which life insurance products are best for seniors, Donald Dirren suggests speaking to an expert. "If there's any doubt about which option is best, consider making a point of finding and speaking to a qualified financial advisor who can walk you through the process of choosing the best life insurance product for you personally," adds Dirren, wrapping up.

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Christopher Mihoulides Serves a Variety of Industries in Debt Collecting at Credit Counsel, Inc.

Discover the variety of top-notch services provided by Credit Counsel, Inc. as explained by Christopher Mihoulides.

SOUTH FLORIDA, FLORIDA, USA, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Credit Counsel, Inc. is a professional Debt Recovery organization based in South Florida, serving clients nationally and internationally since 1997. With a combination of quality service, courteous nature, and reasonable rates, we offer services most of our competitors cannot provide, says founder Christopher Mihoulides.

Commercial Collections

Credit Counsel, Inc.’s Commercial Collections team delivers services beyond traditional debt recovery to include all aspects of cash flow management.

According to Christopher Mihoulides, the debt collection process is engineered to fit the needs of our clients, resulting in a recovery rate that more than doubles the industry's average recovery rate according to ACA International's 2016 report. Since there is no charge if we do not collect, we have focused on developing a very successful collection process with credit data analysis tools providing factual business intelligence that exposes hidden risks; comprehensive research options including asset and liability investigations, and background and financial investigations. We will investigate your client’s company to identify everyone within the chain of approval for accounts payable. Our debt collectors have 10+ years of experience in the commercial industry that translates to very high recovery rates for you, says Christopher Mihoulides.

Medical Collections

At Credit Counsel, Inc. we understand the challenges healthcare providers face today of providing quality care while improving financial results with increased cash flow, reduced A/R days, reduced operating expenses, and reduced head count. Credit Counsel, Inc.’s Medical Collections Services team delivers customized A/R management solutions, enabling providers to improve financial results while maintaining positive relationships with patients and payors.

International Collections

According to Christopher Mihoulides, International Collections can be one of the most complicated and costly tasks your business will face. In your efforts to clear your books of delinquent debt and get cash flowing again, you are most likely having problems:

arriving at an amicable, out-of-court solution

communicating or negotiating in the language of your debtor

understanding the laws of the land where your debtor is located

dealing with debtors in a number of countries, across several time zones, and multiple currencies

finding a debt collection services provider that will consolidate all of your of worldwide commercial debt collection endeavors into one efficient and effective collection program

finding reliable and cost-effective legal counsel in your debtor’s jurisdiction

Christopher Mihoulides says Credit Counsel Inc, is your one-stop global shop for prompt, professional and ethical International Collections. With representation in many countries we are in a unique position to deliver fast, effective solutions to the complex challenges of your global debt recovery problem.

Occupational Health Collections

We understand the unique scenario your Occupational Health business encounters and we have the tools and experience to resolve the debt in a timely manner unlike traditional collection agencies.

Controverted Claims: Credit Counsel, Inc. works with your patients to satisfy the outstanding medical bills either thru self-pay arrangement or filing with personal insurance.

Business Claims: Credit Counsel, Inc. recovers directly from the Employer when we discover a lack of coverage or when a Report of First Injury was never filed.

Insurance Claims: Credit Counsel, Inc. has the experience to weave through the technicalities of insurance companies and their stall tactics. We have worked with Workers' Compensation adjusters for almost 20 years resolving issues and processing claims.

Christopher Mihoulides explains that the statistical model used by Credit Counsel, Inc. leverages consumer behavioral data and specific account attributes to direct ongoing collection activity. Combining this with credit data analysis tools result in factual intelligence that exposes hidden risks, giving us an absolute advantage over our competitors.

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German Mourners Shout ‘Nazis Out!’ at Vigil — Acclaimed Documentary, Hate Among Us, Highlights Problem

Hate Among Us

Dean Cain, Executive Producer

Montel Williams, Executive Producer

Thousands Gathered for a Vigil in Hanau

The Guardian reported that the mourners were holding signs that read "Take racism personally" and "Never again!" and could be heard chanting "Nazis out!"

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — After a far-right gunman opened fire and killed nine people at two hookah bars, thousands of people gathered for vigils across Germany on Thursday, Feb 20th, night hours. Vigils took place in Hanau, where the deadly shooting took place, and large crowds had assembled in Frankfurt and Berlin. The Guardian reported that the mourners were holding signs that read "Take racism personally" and "Never again!" and could be heard chanting "Nazis out!"

The attacker has been identified as Tobias Rathjen, 43, who was found dead with his 72-year-old mother in his home after the gunshots. Federal Chief Prosecutor Peter Frank said that the nine people killed were between 21 and 44 and that they all came from a "migrant background”. Frank also said that evidence showed Rathjen had “a very deeply racist attitude.” Inge Bank, 82, who lives near the bar where one of the shootings took place, said: “I couldn’t be any more upset… We have to nip it in the bud if the Nazi Party is coming back.”

History ominously repeats itself in "Hate Among Us," a disturbingly relevant but noticeably selective assessment of the global resurgence of anti-Semitism co-hosted by executive producers of the documentary, Dean Cain and Montel Williams.

Cain and Williams survey the recent spike in hate crimes leveled against Jews around the world in “Hate Among Us”. The two also served in a similar behind-the-scenes capacity for “Architects of Denial,” chronicling Armenian genocide. They are joined by travel show personality Laura McKenzie (also an executive producer) on one of her “voluntourism” trips to Israel.

Along the way, director David McKenzie draws a chilling though-line from the ascendancy of Hitler in the 1930s to the current rise of emboldened Islamic terrorists, neo-Nazis and other far-right extremist factions who, unlike members of the Ku Klux Klan, do not feel they have to hide their hatred under hoods.

Back in America, the film briefly addresses incidents in Charlottesville, Va., as well as synagogue shootings in Pittsburgh and Poway, California, but while referring to social media as a frighteningly effective tool for recruiting hate groups, it continues to circumvent any conversation about how explosive tweets and retweets emanating from the White House could further fan those flames of hatred.

While the rise of anti-Semitic abuse and bigotry is justifiably disturbing, "Hate Among Us," which spends a lot of screen time covering attacks in Paris and Berlin, would have had more incisive viewing if its exploratory journey kicked off closer to home.

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Adrienne Rubin, Acclaimed Author, Details Over Coming Difficult Life Experiences in the Jewelry Business

Adrienne Rubin, Acclaimed Author

Diamond and Scoundrels: My Life in the Jewelry Business

“Because I was naive, I made many wrong decisions, and more than once I trusted the wrong people.” – Adrienne Rubin.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Adrienne Rubin once worked out of her car, pulling a suitcase loaded with silver, gold, and gemstone jewelry, which she sold wholesale to stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus. Adrienne has stated that by chance, on a vacation to Mexico, she fell into the jewelry business when she and her husband Stanford reconnected with the owner of a high-end silver store, and the store owner sought legal advice on problems with a Los Angeles Jewelry wholesaler.

“I was feeling bereft,” states Adrienne. “Our two children were in school, and my brief career as a school teacher had not satisfied my ambitions or creativity. My volunteer work with a local hospital to compile two cookbooks for fundraising had ended, and I was at loose ends. I thought, ‘I’ll sell silver jewelry for him!’ It wasn’t easy AT ALL, but I learned, and grew the business from part-time to full-time. I did it!”

It seems that this path was destined for Adrienne, as eventually the company mushroomed to include gold chains from the downtown LA Jewelry District, then gemstone jewelry found at jewelry shows in Hong Kong and Italy. However, this success came at a cost as Adrienne found herself to be naive enough to believe that anyone who bought her jewelry was as trustworthy as her father, a mistake that shaped Adrienne’s future. “Because I was naive, I made many wrong decisions, and more than once I trusted the wrong people,” claims Adrienne. “Yet each time I fell, I got right back up again. Giving up was never an option. To get to where you want to go, you cannot let fear of failure get in your way. For me, every challenge was an opportunity to soar even higher than before.” It's enough to say that after everything, Adrienne found out there are crooks out there, and she was adamant that dishonest people would NOT profit from her ever again.

From the age of two Adrienne grew up in Beverly Hills after moving from Chicago with her family. She graduated from Beverly Hills High School and spent a year in Lausanne, Switzerland, attending the School of Modern French where she learned to speak French fluently. She completed her college studies at UC Berkeley, and graduated from UCLA with a Master of Teaching degree. She married Stanford Rubin, a relationship that lasted more than 50 years. Adrienne and Stan raised their daughter Pamela and son Randall, and enjoy traveling with their three grandsons and cooking for them; Grand-Mère's most desirable meal is her tender brisket.

Adrienne has certainly made a name for herself in the jewelry business and as an author, but she also is involved in humanitarian efforts. In October 2019, the Los Angeles Arthritis Foundation honored Adrienne with the Jane Wyman Humanitarian Award as their top L.A fundraiser. For ten years now, Adrienne has been riding her bike in the California Coast Classic of the Arthritis Foundation, an eight-day cycling trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles along California's coastline.

“I was a total neophyte when the bicycle tour was proposed as a fundraiser. I had to purchase a bicycle and take lessons to learn how to operate the gears,” states Adrienne. “Approximately 350 cyclists participate each year. My husband has been challenged with arthritis since his 30s, and had both hips replaced plus numerous back surgeries for arthritis complications. He served as chairman of the national Arthritis Foundation board of directors. As he became less active in fundraising, I became more involved.”

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Adrienne Rubin

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“Diamonds and Scoundrels” is a memoir that follows Adrienne Rubin as she first begins in the jewelry business. When Adrienne Rubin enters into the jewelry business in 1970s Los Angeles, she is a maverick in a world dominated by men. She soon meets a young hotshot salesman who doesn’t seem to struggle at all, and when he asks her to be his partner, she is excited to join him. She doesn’t know him well, but she does know his father, and she believes he is as trustworthy as the day is long.

“Diamonds and Scoundrels” shows us how a woman in a man’s world, with tenacity and sheer determination, can earn respect and obtain a true sense of accomplishment. Following Rubin’s experiences in the jewelry industry through the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s—with the ups and downs, good guys and bad—this is a tale of personal growth, of how to overcome challenges with courage and resilience. It’s a story for the woman today who, in addition to a rich family life, seeks a self-realized, fulfilling path toward a life well lived.

“Diamonds & Scoundrels is an incredible story of a woman who seemingly had it all but craved purpose. Through determination, boldness, entrepreneurial spirit and sheer will, she built a flourishing business, smashed barriers and proved that no dream is out of reach if you simply refuse to quit,” states Matt Iseman, host of American Ninja Warrior. It seems that this memoir from Adrienne Rubin is one you don’t want to miss out on.

Adrienne Rubin’s memoir, Diamonds and Scoundrels: My Life in the Jewelry Business is available through www.Amazon.com, www.target.com, www.walmart.com or www.barnesandnoble.com, and can be ordered through your local bookstore.

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James Lukezic Shares How to Become a Sommelier

James Lukezic Palm Beach

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 27, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — James Lukezic is currently the Executive Managing director of Old Slip Capital Partners and has over two decades of experience working for large financial corporations as a retirement consultant. While he spends most of his day making critical financial decisions, he doesn’t let his job distract him from his other passions. James Lukezic is also a sommelier and avid wine collector. “My family has been making and selling wine for centuries. They have owned wineries in Slovenia and the Collio region of Italy,” James says.

His family’s winery background inspired him to become a sommelier and grow his wine collection. “My favorite wines are Napa Cabernet Sauvignons and Pinot noirs from Oregon’s Willamette Valley,” says James Lukezic. How did James Lukezic become a sommelier? He shares a few tips.

For those who wish to become sommeliers, James Lukezic recommends they learn as much as they can about wine. Beginners often like to start writing down notes when tasting wines since it’s one of the essential steps to becoming a sommelier. According to James Lukezic, familiarizing themselves with the most famous wine regions in the world also helps a sommelier in the making.

The French wine region remains one of the top producers in the world, even though wine production in France has gone down by 11% since 2007. James Lukezic, whose family has owned wineries in Italy, mentions Italy remains a large wine producer. Some of the primary grapes in Italy include Prosecco, Barbera, Trebbiano Toscano, and Nero d’Avola. The California one region is one of James Lukezic's favorite regions, and 99% of the wine produced in the United States comes from this area. Argentina has also recently emerged as a top wine producer in the world. Over the last few years, wine production in Argentina has seen a growth of 8%.

James Lukezic mentions traveling to the wine regions is the best way for sommeliers in the making to learn about wine, but it’s not always financially possible. Instead of traveling, potential sommeliers should read books about the major wine regions.

One of the best ways to get their training as a sommelier is by working in the industry. James Lukezic, for example, comes from a background of winemakers. There are many other ways to learn about the industry, such as working at a restaurant, tasting room, wine bar, or catering company. An overlooked skill is often learning the proper way to pour wine, which can be acquired by working in the industry.

Individuals who can to fast track their sommelier skills can enroll in a certificate program. These programs provide them with the hands-on training required to become a professional sommelier.

James Lukezic also enjoys belonging to the United States Polo Association, New York City’s Fencers Club, and the American Helicopter Society.

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