Too Much Noise in Today’s Workplace

Too much noise in today’s open office

Industry best noise cancelling, speech recognition microphone

Irritating noise can come from all kinds of sources, especially—from other people’s voices.

the annual cost to Europe from excessive noise levels is estimated at £30 billion. With over 70% of offices now open plan, with little to no worker segregation – think of all that lost productivity.”

— The World Health Organisation

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — What do hypertension, sleep disorders, cardiovascular disease, impaired cognition and being annoyed have in common? All are possible outcomes of too much noise around us. Many people complain about noise, but fewer realize how harmful it can be. Turns out, hearing loss and ailments such as the ringing ears of tinnitus aren’t the only things we should worry about. Evidence of the non-auditory effects of noise on health is growing, too.

In offices, irritating noise can come from all kinds of sources: air conditioning, obnoxious ringtones, traffic, nearby construction, unsophisticated sound-masking systems and—especially—from other people’s voices, says Julian Treasure, chairman of a United Kingdom-based consultancy, The Sound Agency. Noisy environments tend to only get worse over time, because people start speaking louder as it gets noisier around them (known as the Lombard effect).

Being constantly alert to our environment, and noise easily makes us uneasy. Lab studies on humans as well as animals have shown that exposure to noise arouses the nervous system, causing rising blood pressure and the release of stress hormones. Over time, these instinctive responses can stress the cardiovascular system and give rise to negative outcomes such as anger and exhaustion.

Without an effective acoustical solution, experts say, the negative impacts of day-to-day noise in many office environments can also be significant.

“Cognitively, there is plenty of research now that shows that the most destructive sound of all is other people’s conversations,” agrees Treasure. “We have bandwidth for roughly 1.6 human conversations. So, if you’re hearing somebody’s conversation, then that’s taking up 1 of your 1.6. Even if you don’t want to listen to it, you can’t stop it: You have no ear lids. And that means you’ve just .6 left to listen to your own inner voice.”

The noise level of 60-65 decibels that’s common in some open-plan offices is not only too loud for concentration, it can also impede effective collaboration by causing speech interference. The sound level of speech is about 60 decibels if people talk to one another, in normal tones without raising their voices, at a distance of about one meter (3 ¼ feet). This means any other noise within that same range—someone else talking nearby, for instance—can cause speech interference, so not all the words may be fully heard. “Nevertheless, a sentence may be understood because of cortical processing. This, however, is an active process that may cause reaction leading to adverse effects in the longer run of chronic noise exposure.”
In other words, in noisy environments with poor acoustics, workers can as easily get stressed by trying to hear others as by trying not to hear others—a lose/lose proposition.

The World Health Organization estimates that the annual cost to Europe from excessive noise levels is £30 billion. With over 70% of offices now open plan, with little to no worker segregation – think of all that lost productivity.

If you think the acoustic environment in your office could be harming employee productivity and well being, you don’t have to shell out tens of thousands of dollars. Consider a practical solution to reducing noise levels in your space that can be implemented immediately at little cost.

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BluePay Partners with Datacap to Expand EMV Processing Capabilities with TranCloud™

BluePay has partnered again with Datacap Systems to offer TranCloud™.

NAPERVILLE, IL, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — BluePay, a leading provider of credit card processing solutions, has partnered again with Datacap Systems to offer TranCloud™, an EMV-enabled payments application for mobile and browser-based Point of Sale (POS) systems.

The plug-and-play device connects to a merchant's network to facilitate the transaction process. This cloud-based payments hub allows merchants the flexibility to process transactions through the BluePay Payment Gateway, while expanding the selection of compatible PIN pad hardware. Presently, BluePay's certification for TranCloud supports compatibility for the complete line of Telium 2 payment terminals from Ingenico Group.

As a security-centric device, TranCloud reduces a merchant's PCI scope by supporting security features including EMV, point-to-point encryption (P2PE), tokenization, and the ability to separate the payments network from the POS environment.

"The addition of a BluePay-specific EMV certification for TranCloud is an exciting option for both existing and prospective Datacap Point of Sale partners," commented Justin Zeigler, Director of Product Strategy at Datacap Systems. "Now, TranCloud users can securely send payments through BluePay's processing host via a variety of hardware options to accommodate the requirements of virtually any merchant."

"We are excited to broaden our existing EMV processing capabilities with the addition of TranCloud. By partnering with Datacap, we can now offer both NETePay and TranCloud with point-to-point encryption (P2PE) to our many partners and merchants," commented Jeffrey Punzel, Senior Product Manager at BluePay. 

About BluePay: BluePay is a leading provider of technology-enabled payment processing for merchants in the United States and Canada. Through physical POS, online, and mobile interfaces, as well as CRM and ERP software integrations, BluePay processes business-to-consumer and business-to-business payments while providing real-time settlement, reporting, and reconciliation, along with robust security features such as tokenization and point-to-point encryption. BluePay is headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, with offices in Chicago, Maryland, New York, and Toronto. For more information, follow BluePay on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn, or visit www.bluepay.com.

About Datacap Systems: Datacap Systems celebrates 33 years of successfully designing, manufacturing and marketing innovative integrated payment solutions for any Point of Sale. One simple interface allows Point of Sale developers to keep pace with evolving trends and payment industry standards, so they can spend development dollars on POS innovation rather than integrated payments. Because we sell our products exclusively through authorized POS resellers, merchants receive high-end payment solutions coupled with top-tier installation, service and support. Integrated payment solutions from Datacap are utilized by hundreds of POS applications in an array of vertical markets. Contact us to learn more! www.datacapsystems.com/contact-us

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BluePay
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The Praetorian Group Taps Expanse/Tokenlab for ICO Management in New York State’s First Ever Crowd-Funded Token Sale

The PAX Token is a Unique Cryptocurrency Backed by Real Assets

Expanse is the first and most enduring fork of Ethereum. Combining that record of stability with their recent successful launch of Tokenlab made Expanse the obvious partner of choice.”

— Gerard Marrone, Praetorian Group Co-Founder and CEO

WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, USA, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Key Facts:
• Tokenlab™ is a token-creation and ICO management services platform that runs on the Expanse.Tech™ blockchain.
• The Praetorian Group, headquartered in Hong Kong, is focused on creating a token (PAX), backed by real and tangible assets, to help revitalize blighted communities in New York State.
• PAX provides the opportunity for investors to own a percentage of the New York real estate market.

WASHINGTON, NC – The Expanse.Tech Project today announced that The Praetorian Group will launch its ICO using Tokenlab, a decentralized ICO management platform created by Borderless Corp., Inc., on the Expanse.Tech blockchain.

The Praetorian Group bridges two major industries – real estate and blockchain – and is currently developing the first sound cryptocurrency investment trust. Led by seasoned real estate and legal professionals, they employ a compassionate capital investment model with a focus on changing peoples’ lives while revitalizing blighted communities in New York City and New York State. Their token, PAX, is an ERC20 token using smart contracts on the Expanse blockchain. PAX token-holders will see an infusion of capital from the crowd sale into real estate investments in lower income properties that are set to increase in value almost immediately. The investments can be monitored on the Praetorian web site, http://www.praetoriangroup.io.

“The Praetorian Group’s vision for bringing cryptocurrency and blockchain technology into the daily lives of individuals around the world is an attractive value proposition for Tokenlab and Expanse,” said Christopher J. Franko, Borderless Corp., Inc. CEO and Expanse Co-founder. “The idea of infusing new money into depressed housing areas through the trust and transparency of blockchain technology is a tokenization utility that we are thrilled to bring to life using Tokenlab.”

“As our investment model using the PAX token on the blockchain was taking shape, we were also surveying the landscape for trusted technology partners in the space,” said Gerard Marrone, Praetorian Group Co-Founder and CEO. “Expanse is the first and most enduring fork of Ethereum. Combining that record of stability with their recent successful launch of Tokenlab made them the obvious partner of choice.”

While this initiative is fast approaching implementation, The Praetorean Group is already planning a Phase 2 of the project, which involves fast, safe and secure cryptocurrency transfer peer-to-peer. Watch for an announcement of their crowd sale on Tokenlab coming soon.

About Expanse
To learn more about Expanse and Tokenlab, go to http://www.expanse.tech, join our team chat at http://slack.expanse.tech, or visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/expanseofficial/. You can also participate with us through voice and chat by using the Discord app at http://www.discordapp.com/.

Find the Tokenlab white paper at http://www.borderlesscorp.com/docs/tokenlab-whitepaper.pdf or follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/expansetech/

About The Praetorian Group
To learn more about The Praetorian Group, go to http://www.praetoriangroup.io/ or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/praetoriangroup/

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Air Canada chooses Glassbox to Optimise its Digital Customer Channels

Airline to use advanced Digital Behavioural and Digital Experience Performance Analytics for its Mobile App

Glassbox provides crucial insights on customer struggles and experience issues that cannot be identified by other systems and help us address them immediately.”

— Denise Chartrand, Customer Solutions & Innovations – Air Canada

NEW YORK, USA, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Glassbox today announces that its industry-leading digital record, replay and analytics technology has been chosen by Air Canada to optimise its mobile applications.
Air Canada is Canada's largest domestic and international airline serving more than 200 airports on six continents.  Canada's flag carrier is among the 20 largest airlines in the world and serves close to 45 million customers each year.
Yaron Morgenstern, CEO at Glassbox comments: “We are working with Air Canada to assist the airline in improving their customers’ experience as they further enhance their online applications. We will be assisting with Digital Behavioural Analytics and Digital Experience Performance Analytics, which monitor online mobile apps traffic, whatever device the customer elects to use.”
Mobile apps are a vital part of the Air Canada service, as Denise Chartrand, Senior Director, Customer Solutions & Innovations elaborates, “With a fast-moving environment and time-critical services, ensuring our online tools exactly match the needs and expectations of our customers is essential. Glassbox’s solutions match the technical requirements of our online retail systems and synchronise with our business aim of providing the best digital customer experience available. Glassbox provides crucial insights on customer struggles and experience issues that cannot be identified by other systems and help us address them immediately” added Chartrand.
One of the key drivers for Air Canada in choosing Glassbox was the airline’s strategic planning: the fact it is a single unified solution supporting both mobile applications and web as well as its ability to support out-of-the-box Single-Page View applications, which had not been on offer from alternative suppliers, will enable Air Canada to leverage the solution on its website in the future. With a concerted move towards this approach throughout the customer service industry, Air Canada wanted to ensure its customers will be able to access all the information required on a single easy-to-use webpage, (whatever their choice of device) and still benefit from the performance enhancements supported by digital analytics.
Denise adds, “With passengers and customers booking flights and services from around the world, it is vital that our online applications continue to offer the best possible service.
“We now see great interest in our solution from airline and travel companies, as they invest in enriching their digital channels” adds Morgenstern.

For more details on Glassbox’s solutions please visit: www.glassboxdigital.com.

About Glassbox
Glassbox empowers organizations to manage and optimize the entire digital lifecycle of their web and mobile Customers. Leveraging unparalleled big data, behavioural analytics, session replay, free-text search, application monitoring and machine learning capabilities, Glassbox enables enterprises to see not only what online and mobile Customers are doing but also why they are doing it.  Most importantly, Glassbox informs and facilitates action based on those insights that can lead to enhanced Customer experience, faster Customer disputes resolution, improved regulatory compliance and agile IT troubleshooting. Glassbox’s solutions are used by medium to very large enterprises mostly in the telecommunications and financial services and insurance industries and could cater to the needs of a wide range of verticals including healthcare, travel, hospitality and business services.
Learn more at www.glassboxdigital.com

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

Business Aircraft Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2022

PUNE, INDIA, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Business Aircraft Market 2017

Wiseguyreports.Com adds “Business Aircraft Market –Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Analysis of Top Key Players and Forecast to 2022” To Its Research Database.

Report Details:

This report provides in depth study of “Business Aircraft” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Business Aircraft Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

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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Major Key Points in Table of Content:

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 

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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 

Continued….

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Fall Skincare Tips by Elizabeth Sanders, HorseOPeace.com

Elizabeth Sanders of HorseOPeace.com offers skincare tips for Fall as transition from hot to cold months is perfect time to recondition skin.

HorseOPeace.com natural scented and unscented soaps are made with 100% nutrient-rich raw goat milk for healthy, soft, supple skin.

Elizabeth Sanders, with husband Nick and their sons, says using HorseOPeace natural goat milk soap is important for family skincare needs.

Dozen Ways You Can Recondition & Regain Healthily Beautiful Skin During Fall

Autumn months offer a respite to adjust our skincare to recondition skin dried from hot summer and protect it from the harsh winter months ahead as you restore luster to regain skin’s natural quality.”

— Elizabeth Sanders, HorseOPeace.com founder

WINSTON-SALEM, NC, -, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Offering a dozen Fall Skincare Tips, HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap founder Elizabeth Sanders says: “Autumn months are a perfect respite to adjust your skincare to recondition skin dried from hot summer and protect it from the harsh winter months ahead as you restore luster to regain skin’s natural quality.”

Featured in The New York Times report about the trend to homemade natural soaps, Elizabeth said, “As seasons change, family skincare needs change too. A first step to healthy skin is to avoid chemicals and dyes in store soaps that are actually detergent bars stripped of vital glycerin to be used in high-priced lotions and contain toxins that irritate dry, sensitive skin and may worsen conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.”

Elizabeth, whose HorseOPeace soaps BeautyStat.com called “superior at shockingly affordable prices,” offered her Dozen Skincare Tips to restore lustrous skin during Fall, which runs September 22 through December 20:

1. Take short showers as water has a drying effect on skin, and towel dry without rubbing.
2. Drink at least 8 or 10 glasses of water daily.
3. Make smart diet choices to balance protein, carbohydrate and fat with healthy foods, fruits and vegetables.
4. Hydrate skin with toxin-free HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap rich in vitamin A, selenium and alpha hydroxyl acids that nourish and protect skin and are free of chemicals and dyes in so many brands.
5. Avoid chemical-laden store soaps and especially antibacterial soaps that lessen skin's acidity.
6. Hydrate skin with HorseOPeace’s luxurious yet family-friendly priced Shea Butter Cream.
7. Use sunscreen if outdoors between 10am and 2pm, as Fall sun is still strong and can dry your skin.
8. Set time each day to indulge yourself and enjoy pampering your skin to be lovely and healthy.
9. Sleep 8 hours and try to relax to lessen stress.
10. Gently exfoliate with HorseOPeace.com’s top selling goat milk soap, Oatmeal ‘n Honey.
11. For dry, sensitive skin and conditions such as eczema topically moisturize and exfoliate with HorseOPeace.com soaps, salves and creams as a basic preventive skincare management step.
12. Don’t smoke, as nicotine constricts vessels and flow of blood with vital oxygen and nutrients.

Elizabeth said, “Fall is both a time to nurture our skin as cooling temperatures and breathtakingly colorful foliage remind us of the transition from warm to cold months and also a vital time to reassess our skincare needs. To keep skin beautifully healthy, take care to moisturize with chemical-free soap, such as HorseOPeace.com soap made with 100% raw goat milk and without any skin-drying water or dyes.”

Happily married to IT-expert husband Nick, who designed her website and oversees marketing, Elizabeth is a homeschooling Mom of 4 sons (2 to 6). Before founding HorseOPeace.com she lived an Amish-lifestyle in bonnet and homemade dresses training horses in harsh Wisconsin winters that dried her skin, making her hands crack and bleed. When she realized her hobby making goat milk soap healed her hands and dry skin condition she turned her hobby to a business, HorseOPeace.com That lifestyle discouraged women from education and business, so nine years ago she left but kept her devout faith, hard work ethic and vow to use natural ingredients.

Renowned as a natural soap expert, Elizabeth has been interviewed on many TV and Radio news and talk shows coast to coast about skincare tips and how she makes natural HorseOPeace.com goat milk soap. Among many others, TV shows she appeared on set by DobsonPR.com include CBS’ Better Kansas City, NBC’s Oklahoma City’s News, ABC’s Good Day Tulsa, FOX’s Good Day Arkansas and Real Milwaukee Show, CBS’ Focus Atlanta, FOX’s High Point NC Fox8 Morning News, ABC’s Tampa Morning Blend and CBS’s Charlotte Morning Break. She also discussed her faith on shows including CBN’s Homekeepers and Christian TV’s WGGS Nite Line. In print, Elizabeth was recently featured in New York’s prestigious WAG Magazine.

Based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, HorseOPeace.com has customers across the USA and internationally. Elizabeth Sanders’ goat milk soaps are available at www.HorseOPeace.com, Facebook.com/HorseOPeace and Amazon. HorseOPeace customers often join her Soap of the Month Club and enjoy family and business updates at HorseOPeace.com/blog, Twitter.com/HorseOPeace and Instagram.com/HorseOPeaceRanch. Media contact: Brian Dobson, BD@DobsonPR.com.

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While Sri Lankan President was addressing the UN – a mock Prosecution of Sri Lanka was held outside for War Crimes

Sri Lankan President in the Dock

Judges

Rally

UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ —

While the Sri Lankan President was addressing the UN General Assembly, a mock prosecution was held outside the UN against Sri Lanka for committing Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.

Three judges presided the hearing. Prosecution and defense attorneys presented their arguments.

Several UN officials, diplomats and general public observed the proceedings with interest.

Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) organized this event.

BELOW, PLEASE FIND THE PROCEEDINGS:

Bailey: The International Justice and Peace Tribunal is in session now.
[3 Judges enter the courtroom]

Presiding Judge: We take Case Number – 001-17, International Civil Society v. Sri Lanka

The Prosecutor: My name is Logeswaran. I represent the Petitioner in the investigation of the charges against and prosecution of Sri Lanka pursuant to the Genocide Convention, the Geneva Convention, Humanitarian Law, and International Customary Law accuse as guilty the State of Sri Lanka of International Crimes of Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity, and War Crimes against the Tamils.

Count 1: During the Armed Conflict in the island of Sri Lanka, the state of Sri Lanka committed a crime of Genocide of the Tamils.
Count 2: During the Armed Conflict in the island of Sri Lanka committed CrimesAgainst Humanity
Count 3: During the Armed Conflict in the island of Sri Lanka the state of Sri Lanka committed War Crimes.

The prosecution specifically alleges that the Sri Lankan state engaged in the following attacks among others:

I. Attacks on civilians in Government-Designated “No Fire Zones”
II. Attacks on Humanitarian Food Distribution Centers
III. Attacks on Civilian Hospitals
IV. Using Sexual Violence as an Instrument of Genocide
V. Employing Enforced Disappearance against Tamils as an Instrument of Genocide
VI. Maintaining Sex Slaves Camps Similar To The “Comfort Women” Camp run by the Japanese During the World War II as A Crime Against Humanity and An Instrument of Genocide.
VII. Sinhala Military Occupation of Tamil Homelands as a war crime
VIII. Employing Systematic and Pervasive Torture on the Tamils as war crimes and crimes against humanity

The Prosecution presents video recordings, satellite imagery, first-hand evidence of UN Staff, and the Channel 4 documentary ‘Killing Fields’.

Defense Counsel: My name is Jayantha Jayasuriya. I am the Attorney General of Sri Lanka, and I represent the state of Sri Lanka in this proceeding. We completely deny these false allegations. These false allegations were made by Western Imperialist and the Tamil Diaspora. All the evidence presented by the prosecution are fake. Sri Lanka has been engaged in a fight against global terrorist since its independence. What Sri Lanka did during the final stages of the Armed Conflict was nothing but a humanitarian rescue operation.

Prosecutor’s Rebuttal: The evidence was inspected by the experts from the UN and was found authentic. The circumstantial evidence compel a conclusion that there was a specific intent to kill the Tamil Nation in the Vanni Region in whole or in part. Even if it is assumed for the sake of argument that the Sri Lankan state was engaged in the global war on terror, it does not allow them to commit genocide or crimes against humanity or war crimes. These are peremptory norms of international law.

Also, the fact even now, 8 years after the Armed-Conflict according to the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Terrorism that the Sri Lankan state employs torture in a systematic and pervasive manner against the Tamil detainees reinforce our argument that the primary motive for the Sri Lankan State’s military action during the final stages of the war was to liquidate the Tamil Nation.

Presiding Judge: After reviewing the evidence, the Court is satisfied about the authenticity of the evidence provided. After hearing the submissions made by the prosecution and the defense, the Court enters the following verdict:

Count 1: Sri Lanka is guilty of the Crime of Genocide against the Tamils
Count 2: Sri Lanka is guilty of Crimes against Humanity
Count 3: Sri Lanka is guilty of War Crimes

Mother of The Disappeared: How is it possible that a Genocidaire and War Criminal is able to address the UN General Assembly during the Sept 2017 sessions?

A rally was also held to protest Sri Lankan President.

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Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental United States Market by Manufacturers, States, Type, Application, Forecast 2022

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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 21, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental SWOT Analysis And Forecast 2022

Increasing power consumption for industrial and commercial applications has built up a demand-supply gap in the power market. This gap is even more evident during the peak hours for electricity consumption. This has led to the development of power rental systems which are capable of providing temporary power during phases of the low power supply.

Scope of the Report: 
This report focuses on the Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental in United States market, to split the market based on manufacturers, states, type and application.

Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers 
Aggreko 
HSS 
Power Electrics 
Generator Power 
Speedy Hire 
A-plant 
Energyst

Market Segment by States, covering 
California 
Texas 
New York 
Florida 
Illinois

Market Segment by Type, covers 
Diesel 
Gas & HFO & Petrol

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into 
Government & Utilities 
Oil & Gas 
Events 
Construction 
Industrial 
Others

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There are 17 Chapters to deeply display the United States Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental market.

Chapter 1, to describe Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Introduction, product type and application, market overview, market analysis by States, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force;

Chapter 2, to analyze the manufacturers of Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental, with profile, main business, news, sales, price, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017;

Chapter 3, to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2017;

Chapter 4, to show the United States market by States, covering California, New York, Texas, Illinois and Florida, with sales, price, revenue and market share of Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental, for each state, from 2012 to 2017;

Chapter 5 and 6, to show the market by type and application, with sales, price, revenue, market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2012 to 2017;

Chapter 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, to analyze the key States by Type and Application, covering California, New York, Texas, Illinois and Florida, with sales, revenue and market share by types and applications;

Chapter 12, Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental market forecast, by States, type and application, with sales, price, revenue and growth rate forecast, from 2017 to 2022;

Chapter 13, to analyze the manufacturing cost, key raw materials and manufacturing process etc.

Chapter 14, to analyze the industrial chain, sourcing strategy and downstream end users (buyers);

Chapter 15, to describe sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers etc.

Chapter 16 and 17, to describe Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source.

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Table Of Contents

1 Market Overview 
1.1 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Introduction 
1.2 Market Analysis by Type 
1.2.1 Diesel 
1.2.2 Gas & HFO & Petrol 
1.3 Market Analysis by Applications 
1.3.1 Government & Utilities 
1.3.2 Oil & Gas 
1.3.3 Events 
1.3.4 Construction 
1.3.5 Industrial 
1.3.6 Others 
1.4 Market Analysis by States 
1.4.1 California Status and Prospect (2012-2022) 
1.4.2 Texas Status and Prospect (2012-2022) 
1.4.3 New York Status and Prospect (2012-2022) 
1.4.4 Florida Status and Prospect (2012-2022) 
1.4.5 Illinois Status and Prospect (2012-2022) 
1.5 Market Dynamics 
1.5.1 Market Opportunities 
1.5.2 Market Risk 
1.5.3 Market Driving Force 
2 Manufacturers Profiles 
2.1 Aggreko 
2.1.1 Profile 
2.1.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.1.2.1 Type 1 
2.1.2.2 Type 2 
2.1.3 Aggreko Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.1.4 Business Overview 
2.1.5 Aggreko News 
2.2 HSS 
2.2.1 Profile 
2.2.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.2.2.1 Type 1 
2.2.2.2 Type 2 
2.2.3 HSS Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.2.4 Business Overview 
2.2.5 HSS News 
2.3 Power Electrics 
2.3.1 Profile 
2.3.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.3.2.1 Type 1 
2.3.2.2 Type 2 
2.3.3 Power Electrics Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.3.4 Business Overview 
2.3.5 Power Electrics News 
2.4 Generator Power 
2.4.1 Profile 
2.4.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.4.2.1 Type 1 
2.4.2.2 Type 2 
2.4.3 Generator Power Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.4.4 Business Overview 
2.4.5 Generator Power News 
2.5 Speedy Hire 
2.5.1 Profile 
2.5.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.5.2.1 Type 1 
2.5.2.2 Type 2 
2.5.3 Speedy Hire Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.5.4 Business Overview 
2.5.5 Speedy Hire News 
2.6 A-plant 
2.6.1 Profile 
2.6.2 Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Type and Applications 
2.6.2.1 Type 1 
2.6.2.2 Type 2 
2.6.3 A-plant Temporary Power Generation/Power Rental Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2016-2017) 
2.6.4 Business Overview 
2.6.5 A-plant News 
2.7 Energyst 

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GlobalSim Completes Successful 2017 User Conference

GlobalSim has just concluded a successful user conference in conjunction with a product showcase which took place September 11-13.

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — GlobalSim has just concluded a successful user conference in conjunction with a product showcase which took place September 11-13. The conference, which was held in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah and Park City, Utah, was the 2nd such event held by GlobalSim since the company executed a management buyout in early 2016.

Education sessions at the conference focused on topics such as visual effects, best practices for training managers, scenario and curriculum development, future product design, and incorporating virtual reality simulators into a training environment. GlobalSim managers also conducted a useful feedback session to receive input for future development projects.

“We brought together some of our best clients from around the world”, says Brad Ball, GlobalSim’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, who helped organize the event. “The User Conference was twice the size of last year’s event – we had clients and attendees from all around the world who were eager to learn and collaborate with each other.” Participants in this year’s conference came from Belgium, Canada, France, Japan, Philippines, Morocco, and many from within the United States. Some even extended their stay to visit Southern Utah on an excursion to Zions National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park.

Many of the speakers at this year’s conference were GlobalSim clients who gave brief presentations to the attendees on how their organization conducts successful training with simulators. Training consultant Craig Goodwin, from CEG Training Solutions was also a guest speaker at the event.

The conference was held in conjunction with a product showcase featuring three (3) Full Motion Simulators that are set to be delivered to the New York Shipping Association and Port of Newark Container Terminal later this month. Following the educational sessions, participants visited GlobalSim headquarters and had the opportunity to test the new simulators as well as the latest GlobalSim virtual reality simulators which were also on display. “The Conference was very timely for our Team as we were also able to test our new Crane/Strad/RTG Simulators prior to shipping” remarked Barbara Blanton, the Director of Safety and Training at New York Shipping Association. “The information shared by the GlobalSim Associates, in each of the sessions, along with presentations from their Global Clients, made for very interesting and exciting dialogue. We made the right choice in partnering with GlobalSim. Awesome People! Awesome Products!”

The User Conference comes during a period of growth for GlobalSim. “This year alone we’ve sold and delivered 32 simulators and counting” remarks Jonathan McCurdy, GlobalSim’s President and CEO. “As we’ve attracted new customers, we’ve also invested in our business and hired more employees. The User Conference allows us to bring our employees and clients together, gather some feedback, collaborate, and share our vision of the future.”

GlobalSim plans to hold the next User Conference in 2019.

Gina Soto
GlobalSim
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International Theatre Awards for Gender Equity – 50/50 Applause Awards

The International Centre for Women Playwrights celebrate theatres promoting women playwrights in 50% of their Season!

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, September 20, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 2017 International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) 50/50 Applause Awards celebrates gender parity for women playwrights at 58 theatres throughout The United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom, Singapore, and Tasmania.

These 58 recipients will receive the prestigious 2017 50/50 Applause Award, for producing 50% or more plays by women playwrights in their 2016/17 season. The major criteria for the awards in 2017 were that a theatre had to have three or more productions, both male and female playwrights in their season, and at least 50% of the full-length plays and performances must be the work of female playwrights.

For the 2016-17 season, approximately 32% of the qualifying theatres are repeat recipients.. Awardees range from community and college theatres to internationally renowned public theatres. HERE Arts Center in New York City has received the award for five years running and USA companies Off the Wall Productions, Carnegie, PA, and the Latino Theatre in Los Angeles, CA for four years running.

According to a 2015 study by the League of Professional Theatre Women (LPTW) “Women Count: Women Hired Off-Broadway 2010-2015”, women playwrights were produced 28%-36% of the time. The UK’s Purple Seven study “Gender in Theatre” of 2012-2015 seasons, reported 28% of playwrights were female.

In France, a five-year research project by activist group “ Où sont les Femmes?” has revealed a bleak picture for female dramatists, prompting the Department of Culture to draw up an action plan for gender equity. Theatres that receive public funding were highlighted, as they have a responsibility to taxpayers to spend public funds fairly.

The activism of the Kilroys and other groups like the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative (LAFPI) came in the midst of an uproar surrounding a 2015 study called “The Count,” funded by the Lilly Awards, which honor the work of women in American theater, and the Dramatists Guild of America.

A similar outcry erupted in Ireland, in 2016, when the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre, launched its program to mark the centenary of the 1916 Rising; only one out of the ten plays programmed were written by a woman. The campaign #WakingTheFeminists was born from the fury of female and male professionals protesting the biased selection.

More women have had one-time productions of their shows in 2016. In fact, on April 13 and 23, 2016, the Royal National Theatre in London, UK, had plays by women on three stages on the same night. But, there is the continuing difficulty of achieving second and subsequent staging of their plays, which is a roadblock to development.

Worldwide, there is still a disparity in the size of theatre venues, production runs and stages that women playwrights are given compared to male playwrights. The Kilroys are exploring how they can help begin careers and how they can help sustain them. Theatres researching plays by contemporary female playwrights can look at the Kilroys List, the 49 List, the New Play Exchange, and Treepress.com for more information.

50/50 Awards Co-chair Patricia L. Morin stated:

“The economic, development and career outcomes for female dramatists are severe when there is no equal opportunities policy being pursued. The current situation is economic discrimination. Until there is positive action, the world’s theatre stages will continue to promote the male imagination and female voices will remain unheard, to the detriment of the wider society.”

A full list of the 50/50 Applause Award recipients for the 2017 awards can be viewed here http://www.womenplaywrights.org/award

View the 50/50 Applause Awards 2017 video, which showcases photos from over thirty theatres and a selection of their female authored plays on Youtube – https://youtu.be/ylBqH-nfohY

About ICWP:
ICWP started in 1988 with a mission to support women playwrights worldwide and bring attention to their work. The ICWP 50/50 Applause Awards were founded in 2012 to increase awareness and applaud theatres that produced a season with an equal or greater number of plays written by female playwrights.
Website: http://www.womenplaywrights.org
Twitter: @icwp #icwp5050
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WomenPlaywrights

Gender equity in theatre research.

Patricia L. Morin
International Centre for Women Playwrights
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