Adhesives & Sealants for Handheld Devices Market Insights, Business Growth Stats: Research Report 2017-2023

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Adhesives & Sealants for Handheld Devices Market by Sealants (Silicone Sealants), Adhesives (Hot Melt Adhesives), Application (Laptops)- Forecast to 2023

Key Players in market are Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (Germany), 3M (US), Evonik Industries AG (Germany), Dow Corning Corporation (US), H.B. Fuller (US), Novachem Corporation ltd. (Europe)”

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 27, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Market Overview:

Adhesives & Sealants for Handheld Devices are used in various application such as laptops, mobile phones, hard disc drives, medical devices, and others. Additionally, the growing demand for the handheld device is a key factor to drive the adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market. On the basis of region, the market share of adhesives & sealants for handheld devices is high in Asia Pacific due to huge utilization in growing industry such as laptops, mobile phones, hard disc drives, medical devices, and others. It is also expected to increase at a higher growth rate as compared to other regions such as North America, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa.

Key Players:

Key players of the global adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market are Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (Germany), 3M (US), Evonik Industries AG (Germany), Dow Corning Corporation (US), H.B. Fuller (US), Novachem Corporation ltd. (Europe), Tangent Industries, Inc. (New York), Sika AG (Switzerland), Royal Adhesives & Sealants. (US), AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION. (Netherlands), and others.

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Market Segmentation:

Global adhesives & sealants for handheld evices market is divided into sealants, adhesives, application, and region. On the basis of sealants, the adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market is segmented into silicone sealants, acrylic latex sealants, epoxy sealant, polyurethane sealant, butyl sealant, and others. Among all, silicone sealants give waterproof shield and suitable for internal and external applications in handheld devices. They also give excellent UV resistance and durability, color fastness, and clear grades to handheld devices. Butyl sealants are manufactured from rubber compound with selected fillers and plasticizers. They used to provide excellent air-sealing and weatherproofing properties for lap sealing in handheld devices. This kind of sealant is the best choice in handheld application, where the combination of moisture and cold temperatures would cause the break-down of other sealants. These are permanently pliable, moisture resistant, non-paintable, non-skinning, and non-staining.

On the basis of adhesive, the market is segmented into hot melt adhesives, pressure sensitive adhesives, waterborne adhesives, solvent based adhesives, others. Firstly, hot melt adhesives are humidity resistance adhesives, has flexible viscoelastic bonds to plastic and metal substrates and are applied as a hot liquid melt. These are used in electronic devices such as smartphones, phablets, tablets, smart-watches, smart bands, etc. Silicone hot melt adhesives are mostly unaffected by immersion in most of the liquids which contact with electronic devices. Advantages of using hot melt adhesives in electronic devices are, their speed of bond formation allows for high line speeds, gap filling allows better resistance in part design, suitable for high humidity environments, variety of application methods allows for flexibility of part design bond together impervious surfaces, allowing bonding of two non-porous surfaces, long shelf life without special environment controls, etc.

Pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) are highly utilized in the assembly of medical devices such as blood glucose monitoring strips, to quickly bond and seal together the various layers of the device. PSAs are also used for attaching products to skin, an insulin pump, such as a surgical drape, a first aid dressing for cuts and bruises, etc. Solvent based adhesives use the chemical reaction caused by mixing two or more components to create a binding glue that hardens as it dries.

On the basis of application, the adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market is segmented into laptops, mobile phones, hard disc drives, medical devices, and others. Increasing disposable income, growing internet penetration, causes leading to higher potential sales of consumer electronics such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles, as well as adhesives & sealants for these devices. The increasing demand of adhesives & sealants for handheld devices in various industries such as laptops, mobile phones, hard disc drives, medical devices, and others.

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Regional Analysis:

Geographically, Asia Pacific accounts for the largest market share in adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market growth. North America holds the second position for adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market and is another profitable market in terms of value and volume after APAC. UK, Canada, and United Mexican States led the demand for adhesives & sealants for handheld devices in this region. Europe accounted for the third largest share in the global adhesives & sealants for handheld devices market. On the other hand, Latin America, Middle East & Africa is another growing market for adhesives & sealants for handheld devices and likely to show better growth rate over the forecast period.

The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of key vendors.

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GAPFRAME Reveals the World is in a Critical State

The World GAPFRAME Profile

Never before has the state of the world been measured across four sustainability dimensions. The news is not good, the world in a critical state.

The SDGs provide a framework to secure a sustainable future. To succeed we must identify the gaps. I welcome the GAPFRAME, which can play a role in identifying the sustainable development priorities.”

— Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — As a measurement of global sustainability the GAPFRAME (www.gapfame.org) is unique. Never before has the state of the world been measured across four sustainability dimensions and against the ideal of a safe space. The news is not good, the world in a critical state. The task is clear: moving the world to a safe space requires improvements in every one of the 24 issues measured.

The GAPFRAME translates the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into 24 relevant issues and then measures each country and region across four sustainability dimensions: Planet, Economy, Society, and Governance. It maps the results to a target safe space, highlighting the resulting gap. To ensure strong sustainability the GAPFRAME ranks countries over the score of their lowest dimension.

This first GAPFRAME Report covers 155 countries, 20 Geographical and 3 Geopolitical Regions. It is published by GAPFRAME.ORG, a group of multi-stakeholder sustainability thought leaders, driven by the desire to make it easier to deliver on the SDGs. This coincided with the launch of the GAPFRAME by Katrin Muff, Ph.D. at the UNPRME Global Forum which takes place during the High Level Political Forum Exchange in New York.

When asked why is the world doing so badly, Katrin Muff explained:
'With a GAPFRAME Score of 5.1 the world is in a critical state with all four of its dimensions measuring less than 6.3. No surprise! Major threats in issues of peace & cooperation, structural resilience, business integrity, and transparency result in Governance being identified as the priority dimension. However burning issues such as waste treatment, social integration, clean energy, innovation, and land & forest, represent equal threats in the dimensions of Planet, Economy, and Society. On a slightly more positive note: biodiversity, sustainable consumption, carbon quotient, clean air, and living conditions are at a critical stage.'

The GAPFRAME clearly outlines the priority issues for each nation so that governments, business, community and education can start to act. It provides a concrete starting point for strategic discussions on sustainability and an effective decision-making tool to help focus on activities that can bring the world to a safe space.

Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever said:
 ‘The SDG’s provide the world with a framework to secure a sustainable future that works for everyone. To succeed we must understand where the gaps are. As has rightly been said, you treasure what you measure. That is why I welcome the GAPFRAME, which can play a helpful role in identifying the sustainable development priorities for each country and region.’

Key Findings:
-There is evidence that the more developed a country is, the more advanced it is at improving all its issues towards a safe space, of course with exceptions – e.g. USA ranking at 89.
-Planet (the environment) is the most challenged dimension with only 1% of countries contributing to a safe space.
-Scandinavian countries emerge as best practice examples on the journey to safe space

More about the GAPFRAME

Watch Katrin Muff, PhD, explain how the GAPFRAME can be used to translate the SDG’s into business opportunities (mini-lecture 17 mins)
GAPFRAME Report – July 2017

Media Enquiries 
For more information or to arrange an interview or demo of the GAPFRAME online tool, please contact:
Belinda Sadouk:  +41 79 236 6307 or via email: belinda.sadouk@bsl-lausanne.ch

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HorseOPeace's Sanders on NBC-KFOR about Natural Soap Trend

Elizabeth Sanders of HorseOPeace talked about natural soap trend on Oklahoma City’s NBC KFOR News, along with appearances on ABC, CBS, KJAG and FOX on TV news and talks in media week set by DobsonPR.com.

Elizabeth Sanders, left, of HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap, and Emmy-Award winning Anchor Linda Cavanaugh of NBC-KFOR News in OKC, discussed the trend to natural soap as they teamed in natural soap-making demo.

HorseOPeace.com’s natural soaps are made with nutrient rich 100% raw goat milk for healthy, soft, supple skin. All the soaps, such popular Oatmeal ‘n Honey, as well as Shea Butter cream are wonderful for skincare.

On News Elizabeth Sanders offers 25% discount on HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap

HorseOPeace goat milk soap lathers beautifully and you don’t get the film from detergent bars on most store shelves. HorseOPeace.com soap cleans, moisturizes and keeps skin soft, supple and healthy.”

— Elizabeth Sanders of HorseOPeace.com

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, -, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Anchor Linda Cavanaugh of NBC KFOR-TV News in Oklahoma City interviewed Elizabeth Sanders, founder of HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap company, who told the famed newswoman that there is a growing national trend to homemade natural soap as people avoid toxins and chemicals in most store-bought soaps.

On NBC KFOR News4, Elizabeth offered a 25% discount on HorseOPeace.com goat milk soaps, by entering Couple Code: NBC17.

Linda, the Emmy-winning Anchor and first woman to co-anchor the evening newscasts of Oklahoma City’s NBC KFOR News4, then teamed with Elizabeth to help demonstrate how to make soap at home. In a talk with the HorseOPeace entrepreneur Linda noted natural soap “is a way to avoid a lot of chemicals and added ingredients in commercial soaps.”

The Anchor asked, “With all the wonderful, natural additives in HorseOPeace soaps, does the soap still clean and lather?” Elizabeth responded, “HorseOPeace goat milk soap lathers beautifully and you don’t get the film from detergent bars on most store shelves. HorseOPeace soap cleans, moisturizes and keeps skin soft, supple and healthy.”

She added, “HorseOPeace scented and unscented soaps are made with 100% raw goat milk and are good for all skin types. We are especially pleased when customers tell us our soap helped their dry skin and eczema or psoriasis.”

Linda noted that Elizabeth was quoted in the New York Times about the trend to homemade natural soaps, as the Times reported “HorseOPeace sells 17 kinds of raw goats’ milk soap bars, scented and unscented” and the Times called Elizabeth’s “unpretentious” as she explained “Our soaps are all naturally beige. We’re not trying to beautify with dyes and make it look unnatural.”

In addition, the HorseOPeace entrepreneur recently introduced Healthy Pets goat milk soap shampoo bars formulated for family pets as Elizabeth told NBC news that skin issues are a major cause of vet visits for pets.

In addition to her interview with Oklahoma City’s NBC KFOR news, this week her appearances include talk shows on CBS in Atlanta, ABC Tulsa, CBS Kansas City, KJAG Wichita and FOX in Little Rock to discuss the trend to natural soap and demonstrate soap-making.

Elizabeth founded HorseOPeace nine years ago in Wisconsin, when living an Amish-like life and learned the benefits of her soaps as her then new hobby healed her hands chapped from working with her farm animals outdoors during frigid winters. No longer in that lifestyle, in addition to building HorseOPeace she married IT-executive Nick, who designed the HorseOPeace website among other help, and homeschools their four sons aged two to six.

Based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, HorseOPeace.com customers worldwide enjoy her scented and unscented goat milk soaps available at www.HorseOPeace.com, Facebook.com/HorseOPeace and Amazon. HorseOPeace is on social media at Twitter.com/HorseOPeace, Instagram.com/HorseOPeaceRanch and HorseOPeace.com/blog. Media Tour and contact DobsonPR.com, Brian Dobson, BD@DobsonPR.com.

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Elizabeth Sanders, HorseOPeace founder, on NBC KFOR News in Oklahoma City


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Global Business Aircraft Market 2017 Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

Business Aircraft -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Player Forecast To 2022

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Business Aircraft Industry

Description

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “Business Aircraft -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis of Top Key Player Forecast To 2022” To Its Research Database

This report splits Business Aircraft By Aircraft Types, By Passenger Numbers. This shares the history data information from 2012 to 2016, and forecast from 2017 to 2022.

And this report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As a Depth Research Report, it covers all details inside analysis and opinion in Business Aircraft industry.

This report focus United States market, it covers details players regions product type and other details as following:

Major Companies 

Agustawestland (US) 
Airbus Industrie(Germany) 
American Eurocopter(US) 
Bell Helicopter Textron(US) 
Boeing Business Jets(US) 
Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) 
Cessna Aircraft(US) 
Cirrus Design (US) 
Dassault Falcon (US) 
Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) 
Eads Socata North America (US) 
Embraer North America (US) 
Emivest (Formerly Sino Swearingen)(US) 
Enstrom Helicopter(US) 
Epic Aircraft(US) 
Extra Aircraft (US) 
Gulfstream Aerospace (US) 
Hawker Beechcraft(US) 
Honda Aircraft(US) 
Md Helicopters (US) 
Piaggio America (US) 
Pilatus Business Aircraft(US) 
Piper Aircraft(US) 
Quest Aircraft (US) 
Robinson Helicopter(US) 
Sikorsky Aircraft (US) 
Spectrum Aeronautical(US) 
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation (Japan) 
AVIC SAC Commercial Aircraft Company Limited (China)

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Key Regions

United States 
California 
Texas 
New York 
Others 
Canada 
Mexico 
Europe 
Germany 
British 
France 
Others 
China 
Japan 
India 
Others

Key Product Type

Business Aircraft Market, By Aircraft Types 
Jets Aircraft 
Turboprop Engines Aircraft 
Piston Engine Aircraft 
Helicopters

Business Aircraft Market, By Passenger Numbers 
Large Aircraft 
Medium Aircraft 
Light Aircraft 
Other

Key Consumers (End User)

Business Aircraft Market, by Consumer 
Business Group 
Governments 
Armed Forces 
Other 

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Table of Contents

Chapter One Global Business Aircraft Market Overview 
1.1Global Business Aircraft Market Sales Volume Revenue and Price 2012-2022 
    1.2 Business Aircraft, By Aircraft Types 2012-2022 
      1.2.1 Global Business Aircraft Sales Market Share By Aircraft Types 2012-2022 
      1.2.2 Global Business Aircraft Revenue Market Share By Aircraft Types 2012-2022 
      1.2.3 Global Business Aircraft Price By Aircraft Types 2012-2022 
      1.2.4 Jets Aircraft 
      1.2.5 Turboprop Engines Aircraft 
      1.2.6 Piston Engine Aircraft 
      1.2.7 Helicopters 
    1.3 Business Aircraft, By Passenger Numbers 2012-2022 
      1.3.1 Global Business Aircraft Sales Market Share By Passenger Numbers 2012-2022 
      1.3.2 Global Business Aircraft Revenue Market Share By Passenger Numbers 2012-2022 
      1.3.3 Global Business Aircraft Price By Passenger Numbers 2012-2022 
      1.3.4 Large Aircraft 
      1.3.5 Medium Aircraft 
      1.3.6 Light Aircraft 
      1.3.7 Other 
…..

Chapter Eight, Top Brands Profile 
    8.1 Agustawestland (US) 
      8.1.1 Agustawestland (US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.1.2 Agustawestland (US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.1.3 Agustawestland (US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.1.4 Agustawestland (US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.2 Airbus Industrie(Germany) 
      8.2.1 Airbus Industrie(Germany) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.2.2 Airbus Industrie(Germany) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.2.3 Airbus Industrie(Germany) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.2.4 Airbus Industrie(Germany) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.3 American Eurocopter(US) 
      8.3.1 American Eurocopter(US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.3.2 American Eurocopter(US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.3.3 American Eurocopter(US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.3.4 American Eurocopter(US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.4 Bell Helicopter Textron(US) 
      8.4.1 Bell Helicopter Textron(US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.4.2 Bell Helicopter Textron(US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.4.3 Bell Helicopter Textron(US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.4.4 Bell Helicopter Textron(US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.5 Boeing Business Jets(US) 
      8.5.1 Boeing Business Jets(US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.5.2 Boeing Business Jets(US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.5.3 Boeing Business Jets(US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.5.4 Boeing Business Jets(US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.6 Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) 
      8.6.1 Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.6.2 Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.6.3 Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.6.4 Bombardier Aerospace (Canada) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.7 Cessna Aircraft(US) 
      8.7.1 Cessna Aircraft(US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.7.2 Cessna Aircraft(US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.7.3 Cessna Aircraft(US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.7.4 Cessna Aircraft(US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.8 Cirrus Design (US) 
      8.8.1 Cirrus Design (US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.8.2 Cirrus Design (US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.8.3 Cirrus Design (US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.8.4 Cirrus Design (US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.9 Dassault Falcon (US) 
      8.9.1 Dassault Falcon (US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.9.2 Dassault Falcon (US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.9.3 Dassault Falcon (US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.9.4 Dassault Falcon (US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.10 Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) 
      8.10.1 Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.10.2 Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.10.3 Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.10.4 Diamond Aircraft Industries(Canada) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 
    8.11 Eads Socata North America (US) 
      8.11.1 Eads Socata North America (US) Company Details and Competitors 
      8.11.2 Eads Socata North America (US) Key Business Aircraft Models and Performance 
      8.11.3 Eads Socata North America (US) Business Aircraft Business SWOT Analysis and Forecast 
      8.11.4 Eads Socata North America (US) Business Aircraft Sales Volume Revenue Price Cost and Gross Margin 

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Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Offers a Public Utility Worker with Mesothelioma in Massachusetts Vital Tips About How to Hire the Nation's Top Compensation Lawyers

Our number one goal is to help ensure the best possible mesothelioma compensation for people with mesothelioma and the lawyers we suggest do get the best financial compensation results”

— Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, July 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "We are offering a public utility worker or city worker who has been recently been confirmed with mesothelioma anywhere in Massachusetts some vital tips to ensure they or their family hire the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys to assist them achieve the best possible financial compensation results. As we would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303 mesothelioma compensation is a one-shot deal. If the diagnosed person or their family hires an unqualified lawyer they are stuck with what might be meager results when it comes to financial compensation.

"Some of the worst calls we get from the family members of people with mesothelioma include a them stating their attorneys no longer return phone calls, they have not heard from the attorneys for months, the family has only received one or two relatively small checks-and that is it. This is the last thing we want to see happen to a person with mesothelioma or their family members. The fulltime mesothelioma attorneys we suggest do not conduct themselves in this way as we would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303. A public utility or city worker with mesothelioma in Massachusetts deserves to get the best possible financial compensation and people like this are our number one priority." http://Massachusetts.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

Tips for hiring an attorney for a public utility or municipal worker who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in Massachusetts from the Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center:

* "To get the best financial compensation for an individual who was exposed to asbestos while working for a public utility, it is vital the person or their family hire a national caliber full-time mesothelioma attorney who has a track record of successfully representing public utility workers for a decade or more.

* "When it comes to obtaining the best possible mesothelioma compensation a lawyer's skill and experience do matter-enormously.

* "Before hiring a lawyer-ask for references and be certain to confirm the lawyers-law firm really does produce the types of compensation results they produce. If the lawyers through in a name or mention another law firm it is not a good sign.

* "Because it is nearly impossible to fire a lawyer/law firm once you have hired them, we are urging a public utility worker with mesothelioma in Massachusetts or their family to call us anytime at 800-714-0303 for some suggestions about specific attorneys they should be talking with.

* "Our number one goal is to help ensure the best possible mesothelioma compensation for people with mesothelioma and the lawyers we suggest do get the best financial compensation results." http://Massachusetts.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

The Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center also wants to emphasize their unsurpassed free services are available to a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma statewide including Boston, Lowell, New Bedford, Worcester, Springfield, or Cambridge.

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Massachusetts the Massachusetts Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital:

* The Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center in Boston for their cutting-edge mesothelioma treatment options. http://www.brighamandwomens.org

* Boston, Massachusetts, Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center: http://www.massgeneral.org/cancer/

The states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon.

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/mesothelioma.html

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How Professional Standards Elevate Diversity Work

Diversity & Inclusion Credentials Are Quickly Becoming the Workplace Standard

Top 10 Reasons to Certify Your Entire Diversity & Inclusion Team

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, U.S., July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, ANYONE can say that they are an "experienced" Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) leader. However, after burning through a substantial investment of time and treasury, companies are learning otherwise about some individuals who claim to be D&I experts.

Eight (8) years ago, the Institute for Diversity Certification (IDC)™ developed a professional safeguard to help companies ascertain how successful a potential job candidate, current employee, or consultant will be in their efforts to advance workplace equity, diversity and inclusion. Similar to a certification process for an accountant, doctor, fundraising professional or human resources executive, IDC designed a streamlined and rigorous system to assure employers that diversity and inclusion leaders are qualified to perform the job.

Professional qualification credentials from IDC means that a person has passed a standardized exam with an 80% or better, and the individual completed an external peer review process certifying that they are a legitimate and elite diversity and inclusion leader. Rita Holmes-Bobo, Executive Vice President of Diversity Equity and Inclusion at KVC Health Systems in Olathe, Kansas, achieved the CDE credential in June 2017. After completing the online preparation course, Mrs. Holmes-Bobo said, “I enjoyed the webinar classes and the creation of the project. The CDE class content should be required knowledge for every diversity, equity and inclusion professional.”

In fact, many organizations such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Postal Service, Federal Reserve Bank, Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield, U.S. Acute Care Solutions, Mercedes Benz/AIDT, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Indiana State University, and others, have required multiple members on their D&I team to obtain Certified Diversity Professional (CDP)™ or Certified Diversity Executive (CDE)™ credentials.

These organizations turned to certified professionals because they wanted to:

1. Improve the consistency of Diversity and Inclusion outcomes.
2. Understand what population changes mean for recruiting, sales/marketing, students, volunteers, suppliers/partners and the board of directors.
3. Ensure management and employees focus on connecting the D&I strategy to organizational goals.
4. Increase efficiency, reduce waste, and save time.
5. Develop a professional culture and better team morale.
6. Serve internal and external customers better.
7. Benchmark their efforts against other industry leaders.
8. Experience quicker results from change efforts.
9. Customize their professional work submission to reflect real business needs.
10.Achieve international recognition as an industry leader.

Modern-day diversity and inclusion efforts are driven by globalization, competition, and changing demographics. In a recent Harvard Business Review article entitled, "How Royal DSM Is Improving Its Geographic and Gender Diversity", author Avivah Wittenberg-Cox asserts, "With the recent spate of firms in the news over sexual harassment allegations and charges of gender bias, it is obvious that an issue many in business had thought was “done” is instead far from finished. Fostering corporate cultures which make half your employees feel somewhere between unengaged and unsafe is becoming risky and unsustainable." Accordingly, Dutch-based Royal DSM is the perfect example of a CEO who leads a gender balanced team in a field that has been traditionally dominated by men. IDC's certification program explores best practices, research and case studies (such as the DSM case), that can be replicated in organizations around the world. This is why professionals throughout the U.S., Canada, India, Japan, Germany, and Poland possess CDP and CDE credentials, and it is also why IDC is currently working to offer the credentials in other nations abroad.

Today, there are hundreds of designees at Fortune 500's, government agencies, nonprofits and educational institutions. IDC recently conferred CDP credentials to: James Bowles, Madisonville Community College; Clinton Covert, Ed.D., Defense Contract Management Agency; Brian Jones, Shelter Insurance; Minny Deol Olson, Seva Diversity Consulting; Andreea Petre, Insight Canada; Brandie Roberts, University of Alabama Huntsville; and Susanna Speed, Trillium Health. James Bowles, CDP, Director of Cultural Diversity at Madisonville Community College, has used his new-found knowledge to contribute to the development of strategies and approaches that advance access, success, diversity and inclusion for students and employees at the college. After achieving CDP credentials, Mr. Bowles was moved to the President's Office to raise the profile of diversity on campus. This and other success stories have inspired some D&I professionals to pursue the Diversity Executive certification. For example, Gail Williams, Chief Diversity Officer at Hodges University achieved the CDP in 2013, and completed the CDE in May 2017. Since then Williams has been given increasingly more responsibilities and has led several high-impact initiatives, with the support of the campus President, Dr. Donald Wortham. Both credentialing programs empower diversity leaders to work more effectively with senior leadership, and to drive interventions that will deliver meaningful outcomes.

Other executives with newly conferred CDE credentials include: Ismael Acevedo, New York Life Insurance Agent; Clara Awe, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago; Jason Barnett, The Ohio State University; Rita Holmes-Bobo, KVC Health Systems; Kathryn Pullen, U.S. Air Force; Deepa Shankar; and Angelina Wilson, Dream Builders Communication.

IDC guarantees that its designees are more effective and better equipped to deliver sustainable solutions– which allows organizations to experience greater benefits from diversity and inclusion work. The credentialing body offers ongoing resources and technical support through its professional membership arm, The Society for Diversity, to ensure that CDP and CDE designees exceed expectations. With thousands of individuals already using IDC's trademarked credentials, your organization can experience the advantage too. Call 1-800-983-6192 or log onto www.diversitycertification.org to learn more about IDC's revolutionary and competency-based equity, diversity and inclusion leadership program.

Leah Smiley
The Society for Diversity Inc.
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Amazon set to battle Zillow and Redfin with online real estate services

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Amazon, the online shopping giant, has been quietly testing a new service that could potentially turn it into a major player in the hyper-competitive online real estate space.

Housing-Wire reports, “Amazon now lists a ‘Hire a Realtor’ page” tucked into the website’s Home and Business Services section, where users can receive quotes from professionals for various services including assembling new purchases or setting up new technology.

This is the first move Amazon has made into world of real estate, but many experts saw it coming.

“We’ve expected to see a real estate play from Amazon for a long time”, says Billy Alvaro, CEO of New York based Real Estate Investment firm Max Returns REI. “Amazon’s greatest advantage is the consumer data they own and how they plan to use it to gain footholds in key real estate markets.”

An article in GeekWire, by Monica Nickelsburg, states, “When reports of the Amazon page surfaced, Zillow’s stock price slumped from $46.15 a share to $44.54 as of Wednesday morning, showing just how closely investors are watching the Seattle retailer.”

Amazon plans to bundle home services like contracting, inspections, and home decor with their realty services in an attempt to be a “one stop shop” for buyers and sellers.

Many key forecasters believe the move to online real estate commerce could hurt the average realtor while actually boosting the business of specialty and niche-based professionals.

Leading Los Angeles based realtor Gina Michelle (Named in the top 100 Most Influential Realtors in California) says her buyers still want a personal touch. “Most of the buyers that I work with on the purchase of any property – luxury or otherwise – insist on walking through each transaction with a real person. I think the move to purely online operations leaves out a key element in a successful real estate purchasing experience.”

Amazon has not officially announced anything regarding new real estate services, but it looks more certain than ever that they will enter the real estate world as competitors to Zillow and Redfin.

Billy Alvaro can be contacted through his website: http://www.maxreturnsrei.com

Gina Michelle can be contacted through her website: www.TheGinaMichelleProject.com

Monica Nickelsburg can be contacted though twitter: @mnickelsburg

Laslow Anderson
Real Estate Freedom
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rent24 is expanding in Hamburg

Kaufmannshaus

Kaufmannshaus

This autumn, rent24 is opening a coworking space in the BID Passages, directly on the Bleichenbrücke, overlooking the Bleichenfleet river.

HAMBURG, GERMANY, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The latest rent24 coworking space is to take up residence in the Kaufmannshaus, in Hamburg. In the traditional Hamburg office building, more than 2,000 square meters of open coworking areas as well as variously-sized private offices will be opened this autumn. There will also be community areas, for example several lounges and an activity room. "The location complements our current portfolio perfectly", explains Robert Bukvic, founder and CEO of rent24 GmbH. "Entrepreneurs and business people will find the ideal conditions for market success in this elegant, modern and creative ambience at a top inner-city location."

The spaces are currently still under construction and are expected to open in September 2017. The "Kaufmannshaus", built in 1905 and revitalised in 2007, is the property of RFR Holding, headquartered in Frankfurt. "We are delighted to have acquired rent24, a modern and emerging company, as a tenant," says Birgit Ritscher-Filka, Director of Leasing and Marketing at RFR Management GmbH. "Our existing tenants can take advantage of additional services through the coworking space as offered by rent24 – which we are particularly pleased about." Cushman & Wakefield acted as consultants for the placing of the office space.

Young design, traditional charm

The bright spaces, with their floor-to-ceiling glass system partition walls and the view of the Bleichenfleet river, in combination with the elegant and unique interior design are ideal for creative minds. "It is part of our corporate identity to adapt our design in detail to the respective locations. In this case, our distinctive furnishings with stylish furniture emphasise the traditional charm of the Kaufmannshaus building", explains Bukvic.

A further location in Hamburg launches in 2018

In over 7,500 square meters of space, rent24 will open the largest coworking and coliving campus in Germany, in a former factory building in Hamm, Hamburg. The building is currently under reconstruction and the launch is planned for 2018. Thus rent24 is represented in the Hanseatic city by two coworking locations.

About rent24

Alongside flexible and efficient workspaces, rent24 also offers accommodation in micro apartments as well as opportunities to network with like-minded people. From sole trading startup entrepreneurs to established companies with large teams, rent24 lets you benefit from all the advantages of a shared economy community. Find out more on www.rent24.com.

About RFR Management GmbH

RFR Holding GmbH is owned by the RFR Group, whose Principals – real estate investors Aby Rosen and Michael Fuchs – both have German roots. The last 25 years have seen RFR build a unique portfolio of properties in the US. Architectural icons, such as New York’s Seagram Building by Mies van der Rohe or the celebrated Lever House by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, are complemented by contemporary office and retail buildings, luxury condominiums and themed hotels at prime locations. The RFR Group currently oversees some USD 10 billion worth of real estate assets worldwide. Headquartered in Frankfurt/Main, RFR Management GmbH is responsible for the property and asset management of the RFR Group's entire real estate portfolio, with a total area of more than 700,000 m² in Germany. For further information see www.rfr.com.

Selina Zehden
rent24 GmbH
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Swiss National Day 2017 Celebration

GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS

We will attempt a world record in yodelling this year!

Impression from last year

Impression from 2016 SND event

2016 impresssions from SND

Impression from 2016 SND event

WORLD PREMIERE! This year we will attempt to establish the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for the Largest yodeling lesson!

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Swiss Society of New York, together with the Swiss Benevolent Society of New York, the Swiss Soccer Club of New York, and the Swiss Ski Club of New York, will hold the annual Swiss National Day Celebration at Studio Square Beer Garden in Long Island City on July 29, 2017, starting at 12.00pm. In the NYC-Area the Swiss National Day Celebration is one of the most popular events. Every year, hundreds of families and individuals come to enjoy fine Swiss food and drinks, distinctly Swiss entertainment, and activities for people of all ages. The Swiss National Day Celebration will also host the Swiss Village, which features other Swiss non-profit organizations, clubs, and vendors presenting uniquely Swiss items. Swiss National Day is held under the patronage of the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York.

Tanja Dreiding Wallace, President of the Swiss Society, looks forward to the celebration: "It’s our pleasure to celebrate Swiss National Day and have the chance to make Swiss history by learning to yodel with Rene W. Steiner, during a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS official attempt for the Largest yodeling lesson title! Thanks to our numerous generous sponsors, guests will enjoy a magnificent day with wonderful Swiss entertainment. "

The Swiss National Day in New York City is a yearly event, held on or around Switzerland's official August 1st National Day, commemorating the founding of the Swiss Confederation in 1291. It brings together Swiss, Swiss-Americans, and friends of Switzerland for a day of festivities and celebration.
Tickets to the event can be purchased directly at the entrance, as well as tickets for our raffle. Our raffle includes great prizes which have been generously donated by our sponsors, and helps to offset the large costs of putting on the event.

Sponsors: Rolex, Swiss Re, Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors (VSWA), Transcontainer Transport Inc, Swiss International Air Line, Osswald Parfumerie, Credit Suisse, Emmi Roth USA, Victorinox, Ricola USA Inc., Switzerland Tourism, Nespresso USA Inc., UBS AG, Fracht AG, Paragon Coffee, Schindler, Buhler Inc., La Prairie, Valmont, Panorama Knife.

Useful Links / Additional Information

More Information on the Swiss National Day:

https://www.swissnationaldaynyc.org/

History of the Swiss Society New York

Since its beginnings in 1882, the Swiss Society has expanded greatly in reach and impact. In 1888, the Society began to hold annual banquets at prestigious New York hotels. For many years, the Astor Hotel on Broadway, formerly between 44th and 45th Streets, was the primary venue for these events.

In the 1920s, the Swiss Society began to transform itself into an organization carried by the growing Swiss business community in New York. This also brought about a change in the scope of the annual banquet; with a new set-up as a charitable annual ball, the now famous Swiss Ball was born.

Throughout the 20th century, the Swiss Society played a key role in the Swiss community of the greater New York area. In 1951, it began to organize luncheons (initially called “Déjeuners Suisses”) that featured prominent politicians, businessmen, scientists, artists, and journalists from Switzerland and the United States. It also organized Swiss National Day celebrations and other events. In 1991, the Swiss Society participated in the celebrations for the 700th anniversary of the Swiss Confederation.

The Swiss Society of New York is a private non-profit organization committed to encouraging the extensive historical friendship between the United States and Switzerland, and to supporting Swiss culture and heritage in the New York tri-state area and other regions of the United States.

For further information:

Write to info@swisssociety.com or call 212-755-1790 (Secretary’s Office). Ask for Tanja or Hansjürg and your call or message will be forwarded.

Urs Klarer
The Swiss Society of New York, INc.
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2017 to 2023 Youth and Amateur Adult League Sports Software Market Strategies and Growth Rate Outlook

Orbis Research

Orbis Research

Orbis Research Present's Latest "Youth and Amateur Adult League Sports Software: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023" Report

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, July 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Orbis Research announces that it has published a new study “Youth and Amateur Adult League Sports Software: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023”. The study has 737 pages, 419 tables and figures. Worldwide youth sports software markets are poised to achieve significant growth and enormous market consolidation as youth and recreational teams move to automated process.

The youth sports software is sold or given away free to teams, leagues and tournaments. Often a league will distribute the software to teams, clubs, or tournaments. Sometimes teams and clubs buy the software directly. A lot of youth sports software had been homegrown functionality bolted onto a stable platform. This homegrown small market software has basically become outdated, slated to be replaced with packaged, licensed or cloud software that is more robust.
The youth sports software provides registration and payment collection. The payment collection aspect of the software is sometimes important because it creates a way to collect a transaction fee that is used to pay for the software and provide continuing revenue to the provider.

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The primary purpose of youth and adult sports team software is to deliver robust, automated process for the registration, scheduling, web site construction, coaching management, communication, tournament play, and video coaching that are needed to run a team effectively. Transaction management and fee collection are key aspects of some of the software.

Active solutions based on transaction payments are often available at no additional cost to the teams and parents of players. Transaction fee basis provides a revenue model that makes the availability of the app free.

Integration of a variety of technologies is the functional direction of market development as vendors seek to build out a platform. As companies try to build out specialized payment processing, registration, scheduling, and team communications capability, the platforms become very complex and difficult to change. The classic software problems associated with integration of different software modules begin to plague systems developers. The platform can include a lot of different functions illustrated below.

• Sports Software
• Club Management
• Sports Websites
• Sports Technology
• Team Roster Software
• Team Registration Management
• Volunteer Management Software
• Travel Team Marketing
• Travel Team Advertising
• Flexible payment options.
• Users can choose from various payment methods
• Pay by check or by credit card
• Track cash payments
• Make payment on account
• Provides an advertising base for retail outlets
• Advertising base has local reach
• Broad functionality
• Administrators can collect online payment securely
• One tap payment
• Discounts & coupons are supported
• Create one multifaceted product
• Tracks rosters, schedules, game attendance, practice attendance
• Tracks availability, team payments, and statistics
• Text communications
• Email communications
• Messaging
• Team web site communications
• Effective communications capability
• Fields
• Courts
• Lessons
• Referees
• Parties
• Multipurpose rooms
• Equipment
• Background Screening
• Equipment Tracking
• Facility Management
• Game Results Tracking
• Online Registration
• Scheduling
• Team Assignments
• Volunteer Management

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Youth sports package software often generates revenue by taking a small percentage of the transactions that are run through the software by the teams. Standard software licenses are also used to pay for the software. A third revenue model depends on an annual fee per registration. In some cases, the fee is $50 per web site and an additional $299 annually A vendor typically charges $2.50 per registrant. Custom graphics are available for $599 typically. Software license revenue is a market factor. SaaS applications are sure to emerge as cloud computing becomes more relevant to the software industry.

Several youth team software vendors provide web site design tools, other vendors permit users to work with a graphics team to support building the appropriate design. Most vendors offer premium features to make them available in high end web sites. This includes text messaging, team, and effective communications capability.
A very few vendors are specialists in payments processing. Credit card processing is an important part of running an team. The teams revolve around shared use of fields, courts or ice. Payments processing provides a way to collect the money easily, providing a base for the team.

Most youth team software is available with an initial free trial. This lets people try out the web site for an organization. The strength of the software is the player registration process. Other vendors have strength in payments processing. Still others specialize in the web site design. A vendor that provides the best registration software considers it the bread and butter for the company. Communication is a more elaborate software requirement and that is being upgraded by most vendors. Vendors work to make their software customizable. Vendors permit users to ask questions specific to the league, they can add an additional fee to be collected during the registration process.

Vendors are making acquisitions to make the software able to provide a large set of capabilities. Modules brought in from different companies and developers are difficult to integrate into a functioning platform. Frequently functionality brought in from an acquisition is torn down and rewritten to make it conform to a platform standard.”
Market growth comes from increased benefits of organization in youth sports leagues. Travel teams and tournaments are in vogue. These do not happen in a consistent manner unless there is automated process in place. Automated process is just better for making a team function smoothly, eliminating vast amounts of politics. Shared resource is always a problem, having automated management is better. Once one aspect of the team management is automated, there is demand to automate all the processes across the board leading to plenty of consolidation and acquisitions in this market.

In a $9 billion U.S. youth sports market, the software for youth and amateur adult league teams at $1.2 represents only a portion of the total spending on the market. This is a nascent market, there is no end in sight, markets are expected to reach $6.9 billion by 2023. Sports teams will continue to get more organized and depend on software to provide increased management efficiency.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

ACTIVE Network / ACTIVE Sports
NBC Sports / SportsEngine
Time / Sports Illustrated Play
TeamSnap
EZFacility
Blue Star Sports
Hudl
Affinity Sports
Dicks / Blue Sombrero
Cogran Systems

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Market Participants

Affinity Sports
Atheletrax / mysportsort
Bear Dev
BenchBucket
Catapult
Coach Logic
Cogran
Easyteammanager
Engage Sports
FiXi Competition Management
HorizonWebRef.com
Jevin
Jonas Software / EZFacility
JoomSport
LeagueApps
LeagueLineup
LeagueLobster
LeagueRepublic
Nike+
QSTC
RosterBot
Sideline Sports
Sportlyzer
Swimtopia
Team Topia / SwimTopia
Teamer
TeamSideline.com
TeamSnap
Time / Sports Illustrated Play
Vista Equity Partners Fund IV and Vista Equity Partners Fund III /
Active Network / ActiveSports / Lanyon
Wooter
Zuluru
YourTeamOnline
Front Desk
ClubManager
Bm Sports Leagues New York
Team Sports Admin
WatchMeGoPro
JDPreneur
Bonzi Technology
TopDog Sports
Upper Hand

Key Topics
• Youth Sports Software
• Recreational League Sports Software
• Amateur Adult League Software
• Youth Sports Coaching
• Sports Team Refistration
• Sports Wearables
• Travel Teams
• Team Volunteer Management
• Team Flexible payment
• Team One tap payment
• Sports Software
• Club Management
• Sports Websites
• Sports Technology
• Team Roster Software
• Team Registration Management
• Volunteer Management Software
• Flexible payment options.
• Youth Sports Team Communication

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Orbis Research
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