Signature Card Services Acquires Payments Gateway, iDeposit

Signature Card Services acquires the assets of iDeposit, a payment gateway technology company specializing in integrated payments solutions for merchants.

CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — CALIFORNIA, July 1st, 2019 – Signature Card Services (“SCS”), a leading provider of payment technology integration and acquiring solutions, announced today an agreement to acquire the assets of iDeposit, a payment gateway technology company specializing in integrated payments solutions for large and small merchants. This acquisition further positions SCS as an industry leader providing secure and reliable financial technology solutions and commences the start of a more aggressive development strategy for 2019.

Since its founding in 2001, iDeposit has developed robust APIs and a host of ecommerce and mobile-based payment solutions. iDeposit is directly certified to TSYS and is integrated into some of the most notable payment providers, software vendors, and point-of-sale (“POS”) systems. Its technology platform and ability to meet high security standards in an industry where many companies fall behind has established an impregnable foothold in the payment industry for Signature.

Frank Gibbs, Vice President of Technology at Signature, adds, “From the inception of iDeposit, designing and creating all the technology was an adventure in and of itself. Now, I’m excited for iDeposit’s new chapter and how Signature will take the technology to the next level.

The acquisition of iDeposit comes as the culmination of nearly two years of collaboration between the two companies in developing various unique, proprietary features designed to service SCS’s existing customers. Going forward, iDeposit provides SCS with a platform and a team of professionals that have the technical expertise necessary to serve new software partners.

“We are very pleased to announce SCS’s acquisition of iDeposit’s payment gateway, which will strengthen our position in the growing mobile, ecommerce, and ISV markets,” commented Charles Hogan, SCS’s President. “iDeposit’s mobile, ecommerce, and API solutions will be a great asset for SCS across all of our markets.”

About Signature Card Services

Signature Card Services is 20+ year old, technology-oriented Wholesale ISO/MSP headquartered in California. Signature provides payment solutions to merchants of varying size and type, ranging from retail and restaurant, to mobile and ecommerce, to non-traditional and special risk. As a full-service payment provider, SCS provides unique solutions that help businesses grow and increase customer loyalty while reducing costs and chargebacks.

For further information about Signature Card Services and the iDeposit acquisition, call 888.334.2284 or visit signaturecard.com.

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Renewal Spa and Beauty Announces Grand Opening and Patient Open House Event on August 1

Renewal Spa and Beauty announces its Grand Opening Event on August 1st from 4pm-7pm with a ribbon cutting officiated by the West Linn Chamber of Commerce.

Renewal is bringing so many new, exciting procedures and treatments to West Linn in our expanded facility that we decided hosting an Open House was the best way to showcase all we have to offer”

— Megan Tucker, Owner

WEST LINN, OR, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Renewal Spa and Beauty is proud to announce the date for its Grand Opening and Open House Event on August 1st from 4pm-7pm. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be officiated by the West Linn Chamber of Commerce. Our expanded and renovated spa, located at 18603 Willamette Drive, is bringing several new, cutting-edge aesthetic treatments to West Linn.

The management of Renewal invites you to come to this free open house to tour the facility, experience our treatment offerings and technologies, meet our staff and enter into drawings for free and discounted procedures. The Grand Prize drawing is 6 Free Sessions of Laser Hair Removal. Renewal is also offering all new patients a 15% discount off any spa packages booked between now and the evening of the event.

The Open House will be full of events and demonstrations including:
• Ribbon cutting ceremony with the West Linn Chamber of Commerce
• Live HydraFacial 30-minute experience for pre-booked event clients
• Manufacturer presentations on some of the latest aesthetic procedures
• Promotional pricing on all spa packages, 15% off excluding name brand injectables
• Event-exclusive 10% discount on our Epionce, Bristol & Sussex and EltaMD products
• Hourly door prize drawings for free HydraFacials and skin care product gift baskets
• Grand Prize Drawing of 6 Free Sessions of Laser Hair Removal
• Tours of the spa with staff available on-site for questions
• Light refreshments provided

To RSVP for this event, register through our Eventbrite page at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-grand-opening-event-renewal-spa-beauty-tickets-65952023277 or call us directly at 503.878.3612.

“We are bringing so many new and exciting procedures and treatments to West Linn in our beautiful, expanded facility that we decided hosting an Open House was the best way to showcase all Renewal has to offer”, said Megan Tucker, Owner. “We look forward to hosting existing clients and meeting new patients. Our staff has planned a fantastic evening that is both informative and fun with event-exclusive promotional specials and drawings sure to excite all our guests”.


About Renewal Spa and Beauty
Renewal Spa and Beauty is a full-service medical spa and wellness center serving West Linn, OR and the surrounding communities. Renewal is led by Megan Tucker, Owner, and an experienced, professional staff. Renewal combines the relaxing elements of a spa with the expertise and cutting-edge technology of a medical practice to provide the most recognized and effective anti-aging, restorative, non-surgical skin care procedures and products available. Please visit our website at www.renewalspaandbeauty.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for wellness and beauty tips as well as the latest on our growing list of technologies, procedures and monthly specials.

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Name: Dennis Stoutenburgh
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Lovely Chinese Qing dynasty robin's egg blue vase brings $50,000 at Bruneau & Co.'s July 13th auction in Cranston, R.I.

Fine Chinese Qing dynasty vase, 12 ¾ inches tall, potted bulbous baluster form with corseted quatrefoil neck and rim and finished in a mottled robin’s egg blue glaze ($50,000).

Circa 1939 Coca-Cola salesman’s sample ice chest cooler in the original paint, including advertising booklets; displays very well and is in all-original condition ($2,250).

Expressionist painting by Hunt Slonem (N.Y./Me./La., b. 1951), titled White Sulphur and depicting white butterflies over a powder blue background, artist signed ($10,000).

Hand-drawn and colored 1808 map of the Georgia territories by Daniel Sturges, executed for Bohl Bohlers, with a 63,000-acre land deed issued to Mr. Bohlers in 1775 ($5,938).

Tiffany & Company Swiss-made 14kt gold lady’s watch with a white Roman numeral dial, housed in a simple, circular 14kt yellow gold bezel with a chain link band ($2,125).

The auction was headlined by the single-owner collection of Russell Buteau of Millville, Mass. – a lifelong collector of Coca-Cola items and antiques.

When first looking at the robin’s egg blue vase, we were unsure of how much the drilled bottom would affect the value. But in the end it didn’t really matter. It was a strong auction overall.

— Kevin Bruneau

CRANSTON, R.I., UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A gorgeous Chinese Qing dynasty robin’s egg blue vase, 12 ¾ inches tall, soared to $50,000 to take top lot honors at an Antiques, Collectibles & Fine Art Auction held July 13th by Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, online and in the Cranston gallery at 63 Fourth Avenue. Just over 400 lots came up for bid in the sale that was highlighted by Asian arts and Coca-Cola.

The Chinese robin’s egg blue vase was potted bulbous baluster form having a corseted quatrefoil neck and rim with archaic handles and finished in a mottled robin’s egg blue glaze on a finely ground foot. The high-quality piece of porcelain bore a Qing dynasty mark to the underside and had been drilled, showing some minor kiln pitting. That didn’t deter bidders eager to claim it.

“The beauty of Asian arts is when two collectors fall in love you never know what the price will be,” said Kevin Bruneau, the president of Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers. “When first looking at the robin’s egg blue vase, we were unsure of how much the drilled bottom would affect the value. But in the end it didn’t really matter.” He added, “It was a strong auction overall and a fun time.”

Another Chinese vase – a Qing dynasty blue and white porcelain example, made circa 1909-1912 with the underside bearing a Xuantong six-character mark – changed hands for $10,000. The 15 ¼ inch tall vase was globular form, with an elongated and corseted neck decorated with an allover lotus flower and tendril pattern having a foliate motif. It, too, had minor kiln pitting.

The auction was headlined by the single-owner collection of Russell Buteau of Millville, Mass. – a lifelong collector of Coca-Cola items and antiques for over 40 years. The first 136 lots in the auction were from Mr. Buteau’s collection, which included Coca-Cola machines, coolers from numerous brands, over a dozen advertising clocks, and tin, porcelain and paper advertising signs.

Coca-Cola is Mr. Buteau’s specialty and one lot that attracted intense bidder interest was a circa 1939 Coca-Cola salesman’s sample ice chest cooler in the original paint, including advertising booklets. The metal chest, 9 ¾ inches tall and 12 ¼ inches by 7 ¼ inches, displayed very well and was in all-original condition, with just some light paint wear. It changed hands for $2,250.

“It was an honor to handle the collection of a long-term family friend,” said Travis Landry, a Bruneau & Co. specialist and auctioneer who’s known Mr. Buteau since his first job working at a local auction house when he was 13 years old. He added, “Plus the rare stuff did perform. I felt the results were strong for items such as the salesman sample cooler and the Vendo 44 machine.”

The auction also featured a large array of European furniture, art glass, porcelains, fine paintings (featuring artists such as Hunt Slonem and Charles Henry Gifford), bronzes and other sculptures, chandeliers and lighting, plus a robust selection of fresh estate jewelry.

Following are additional highlights from the auction. Internet bidding was facilitated by bidLIVE.Bruneauandco.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, Bidsquare.com and Invaluable.com, as well as the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay. Telephone and absentee bids were also accepted. All prices quoted in this report are inclusive of a sliding scale buyer’s premium.

An expressionist painting by Hunt Slonem (N.Y./Me./La., b. 1951), titled White Sulphur (1988), depicting white butterflies over a powder blue background, went for $10,000. The painting was executed using Slonem’s signature sgraffito technique and was housed in a 40 inch by 40 inch frame. It was signed (“Hunt Slonem”), and titled and dated on verso. In May, Bruneau & Co. sold a painting by Slonem, titled Butterfly’s (2003). It was the sale’s top lot, realizing $15,000.

A rare, hand-drawn and colored map of the Georgia territories by Daniel Sturges, dated 1808 and executed for a client, Mr. Bohl Bohlers, gaveled for $5,938. Included in the lot was the original 63,000-acre land deed issued to Mr. Bohlers in 1775 and over ten letters of correspondence, including one that appeared to be from Sturges’s friend Andrew Jackson before he was president. The map, measuring 16 ¾ inches by 21 ¼ inches, was in a remarkably fine state of preservation.

A pitcher and two tumblers from the Dugan Glass Company (Pa., circa 1907), comprising a ruffled rim water pitcher with applied handle and two tumblers, all in a swastika pattern and opalescent green, fetched $1,750. Both tumblers had minor flecks to the rim; the pitcher was in overall good condition. The swastikas were embedded in the pattern in a muted, non-Nazi way.

A Tiffany & Company Swiss-made 14kt gold lady’s watch with a white Roman numeral dial, housed in a simple, circular 14kt yellow gold bezel with a chain link band fastened with a ladder clasp, slipped onto a new wrist for $2,125. The 7-inch-long watch was marked “Tiffany & Co.” on the face and “Tiffany & Co. 14K Swiss Water Resistant” on the inside of the watch’s clasp.

A six-piece Oceanic carving group from the South Pacific (20th century) featuring a pair of wood divination plates, a wood mortar, a wood page turner, a figural dolphin with mother of pearl and a figural whale with mother of pearl, sold as one lot for $2,000. The whale was 18 ¾ inches long and the dolphin was 16 ¼ inches long. All pieces were made from wood and mother of pearl.

Bruneau & Co.’s next major event will be an Estate Antiques & Fine Art Auction, August 17th.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers, visit www.bruneauandco.com. Updates are posted frequently. To contact the company via e-mail, use info@bruneauandco.com. Or, you can phone them at (401) 533-9980. The company is always accepting quality items for future sales.

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Accountants in a quandry over MTD

Many sole practitioners in their 50s are unsure whether adapt to MTD or throw in the towel in the face of yet another bureaucratic process foisted upon them.

MANCHESTER, LANCASHIRE, UK, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Maximiti is at the forefront of accountancy practice sales and we get to talk to and meet a lot of smaller practice owners. This year at Accountex we met around 150 and a common thread was emerging among many in their 50s.

Adapt or die is nothing new but when it becomes a reality for somebody it takes on a whole new meaning. Firms have seen tightening KYC rules , Auto Enrolment and now they face MTD.

"Many are not afraid of technology", says Norman Younger, director of Maximiti, but it's a case of whether they can be bothered re-educating their clients and making fundamental changes in their modus operandi but still facing uncertainty on the next major change that may rear its head.

"It's a real conundrum" , continues Younger , adding "If this is all you've done for 30 plus years and you've had enough and just not got the energy for upheaval, what do you do?" .The choice they see in front of them is to sell up if they can afford to (many cannot) or plod on in the hope that it all works out, which Younger notes is a dangerous course in a fast moving and evolving sector.

He states that there is no need to despair as there are all sorts of exit and succession solutions out there but the problem lies in actually grasping the nettle because either way change of some sort is going to happen so a positive approach is definitely the best angle to come at the problem.

Younger finishes with the opinion that Brexit is not helping as it has fostered a general mood of uncertainty and paralysis throughout the economy, reinforced by talking to clients no doubt enduring similar anxiety.

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Methanol Institute’s Commitment to Bootleg Alcohol Prevention

MI continues to work hard to combat methanol poisoning through the dissemination of poisoning prevention and first aid information across the globe.

The sale of bootleg alcoholic beverages either poorly distilled or intentionally spiked with methanol by criminal gangs, is dangerous and illegal and must be stopped.”

— Gregory Dolan, CEO, Methanol Institute

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Methanol Institute (MI) is concerned and saddened to learn of a spate of recent bootleg alcohol poisoning incidents, including an ongoing incident in Costa Rica in which 19 people are believed to have died due to consuming alcohol illegally tainted with methanol.

MI, the trade association for the global methanol industry, continues to work hard to combat methanol poisoning through the dissemination of poisoning prevention and first aid information across the globe in a variety of languages. MI and our member companies commit significant resources to ensuring the safe use and handling of methanol throughout the global supply chain.

In 2012, MI established educational programs aimed at preventing methanol poisoning from production, consumption, and distribution of illegal and bootleg (counterfeit) alcoholic beverages. Today, MI is working with global partners in at-risk markets to protect consumers from adulterated alcoholic beverages, and raise the awareness of law enforcement agencies and policy makers across the globe to the threat posed by adulterated alcohol.

“Methanol is a chemical building block for hundreds of useful products that touch our daily lives and a clean-burning biodegradable fuel used for powering vehicles, ships, and industry. The sale of bootleg alcoholic beverages either poorly distilled or intentionally spiked with methanol by criminal gangs, is dangerous and illegal and must be stopped,” said MI CEO Gregory Dolan.

MI regularly reaches out to the relevant health authorities when we become aware of incidents in order to share prevention and first aid information that can be disseminated to the affected community in the local language.

While even small amounts of methanol in spirits is potentially fatal, successful treatment of methanol poisoning is possible if it can be diagnosed within 10-30 hours of ingestion. Important bootleg alcohol poisoning prevention and first aid information, including infographics and an educational video on methanol poisoning produced by Médecins Sans Frontières is available on MI’s website.

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88 Service Franchise Brands Recognized for High Franchisee Satisfaction

Based on an independent survey of nearly 19,500 franchisees by Franchise Business Review, 82% of service franchisees surveyed enjoy operating their business

This year, the top service franchise brands had initial investments that started as low as $975 and climbed over $500,000. The median average initial investment was $90,000.””

— Eric Stites, CEO and Managing Director of Franchise Business Review

PORTSMOUTH, NH, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Franchise Business Review has announced its annual rating of the Top Service Franchises, based exclusively on franchisee feedback.

Franchise Business Review (FBR) provides the only rankings of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance. FBR publishes its rankings of top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchises, as well as in quarterly reports throughout the year that rank the top franchises in specific sectors. Most recently, Franchise Business Review announced the Top Service Franchises in 2019, based on survey feedback from franchise owners.

“Many service concepts are low overhead, high margin models, and can be very easy to start small and allow the franchise owner to scale the business rapidly. Many service franchises also offer the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of customers and the franchise owner’s community,” said Charlie Kerr, president of Drama Kids.

To identify the top service franchises for 2019, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from 19,495 franchisees regarding their overall satisfaction with their brands and their likelihood to recommend them to others.

Franchisees were surveyed between January 2018 and May 2019 on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems, including financial opportunity, leadership, training & support, operations and product development, core values (honesty and integrity of franchisor), general satisfaction, and the franchisee community. You can read more about the top brands here.

Some of the key findings from Franchise Business Review’s satisfaction surveys of service franchisees:

82% say they enjoy operating their business
79% would recommend their franchise brand to others
64% report overall satisfaction with their franchise
75% would “do it again” knowing what they know today
72% say they are meeting financial expectations

“One of the appeals of the service sector is the low barrier to entry,” said Eric Stites, founder and CEO of Franchise Business Review. “And, because many service businesses do not require a brick and mortar location, you will not have to pay the additional infrastructure costs that come with most retail franchises. This year, the top service franchise brands had initial investments that started as low as $975 and climbed over $500,000. The median average initial investment was $90,000.”

Research on the 2020 Top Overall Franchises is now underway. Franchisors who are interested in participating should visit: www.Tour.FranchiseBusinessReview.com/Awards.

For more information on this year’s best franchise brands, visit www.FranchiseBusinessReview.com. To request print copies of the 2019 Top Service Franchises Guide contact Samantha Granville at samantha@franchisebusinessreview.com.

About Franchise Business Review

Franchise Business Review (FBR) is the leading independent market research firm that specializes in benchmarking franchisee satisfaction based exclusively on ratings and reviews from franchise owners. FBR publishes free and unbiased franchisee satisfaction research reports throughout the year online at http://www.FranchiseBusinessReview.com.

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Judge orders co-founder of Puls Technologies Inc. to appear for deposition in fraud lawsuit

Itai Hirsch, co-founder and President of Puls, faces lawsuit alleging he defrauded an early-stage shareholder out of equity. Trial is set for September.

I am glad Itai Hirsch will finally be deposed. So far, Puls Technologies has been very dodgy in this case, which may be why they are on their third set of lawyers.”

— Attorney Robert Tauler

SAN DIEGO, CALIF., USA, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Puls Technologies Inc. co-founder and President Itai Hirsch was ordered to appear for deposition next month as a civil lawsuit accusing him and the company of fraud heads towards a Sept. 6 trial.

“I am glad Itai Hirsch will finally be deposed,” Attorney Robert Tauler said. “So far, Puls Technologies has been very dodgy in this case, which may be why they are on their third set of lawyers.”

Puls and Hirsch are accused of defrauding an early-stage shareholder out of millions of dollars, equivalent to a 5 percent stake in the company, according to the lawsuit, filed in October 2017 in San Diego County Superior Court.

San Diego Superior Court Judge Gregory Pollack on July 12 ordered Hirsch to appear and to provide a sworn affidavit as to the whereabouts of co-founder and former CEO Eyal Ronen, who Puls’ Technologies’ counsel argued had moved to Israel less than two months before trial. The move comes after Puls Technologies in late June announced the appointment of new CEO Mitch Galbraith.

Puls Technologies also shuffled its legal counsel after the ruling, making this the third AmLaw 200 firm to represent Puls during the pendency of the lawsuit. “It is rare that a corporate client like Puls Technologies switches lawyers during a case of this importance, but it is even more rare to switch twice,” Tauler said.

The lawsuit alleges that Hirsch held secret funding talks with Sequoia Capital Israel Ltd. that were not disclosed to the plaintiff. The fraud claim alleges that the plaintiff was dismissed from the company under false pretenses just weeks before Puls (then known as Cellsavers and based in San Diego) publicly announced $3 million in funding in December 2015. Altogether, Puls has now raised over $90 million in funding — thus dramatically increasing the value of the plaintiff’s stock, according to the lawsuit.

Hirsch kept the funding deal under wraps so that he could keep the plaintiff’s promised equity for himself and his new investors, while taking advantage of the plaintiff’s work — which was crucial in justifying the start-up’s valuation, the lawsuit alleges. (San Diego Superior Court case number: 37-2017-00041466-CU-BC-CTL)

Puls provides in-home repair and installation for electronic devices and smart homes, like a Lyft for technicians. Last year it was named one of LinkedIn’s top start-ups to watch.

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GoodFirms Announces the List of Best Email Marketing Software Service Providers for Q2 -2019

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GoodFirms spotlights the brilliant email marketing, business process management (BPM) and productivity software providers for delivering optimal solutions.

These service providers are renowned for offering quality software for the entrepreneurs to reform and manage their business in a systematic way.”

— GoodFirms Research

WASHINGTON DC, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Presently, entrepreneurs are looking for effective marketing methods by staying in their budget. They want to get connected with their potential customers with a highly personalized way so that they can deliver better ROI and gain maximum revenue.

Today, you can find a wide range of marketing strategies that come and go. But the one which has lasted for years is email marketing. Email marketing is a brilliant way to reach your clients and build relationships with them. These days, there are numerous service providers in the market which has put the service seekers in a great dilemma. Thus, GoodFirms has evaluated and listed the Best Email Marketing Software with genuine reviews and ratings.

List of Email Marketing Tools at GoodFirms:

•SendX
•Mailchimp
•ActiveCampaign
•Zoho Campaign
•MailerLite
•ONTRAPORT
•Emma
•Constant Contact
•Customer.io
•Stripo.email

Email marketing is the right tactic for small businesses as it is affordable compared to mainstream advertising channels and can assist in reaching the global audience, drive results and revenue. At GoodFirms, you can also fetch the Best Business Process Management (BPM) Software providers that are indexed after profound research. Business Process Management (BPM) system helps the organizations to simplify the various organizations' process by recognizing the main points to improve and enhance operational efficiency.

List of Business Process Management (BPM) Tools at GoodFirms:

•Flokzu
•KiSSFLOW
•Accelo
•Scoro
•Pipefy
•Integrify
•ProcessMaker
•bpm'online studio
•Kriya
•Tallyfy

GoodFirms is an internationally renowned B2B research, ratings, and reviews platform. It builds a bridge for the service seekers to hook up with the most excellent service providers. The analyst team follows three main crucial criteria's that are Quality, Reliability, and Ability. These components are subdivided into several measures, such as identifying the complete portfolio, years of experience in the domain area, online market penetration, and client reviews.

After assessing all the firms, according to the above-stated metrics, they are compared with each other and then allot them the points. Considering these scores, every agency is indexed among the top design and development companies, best software, and other organizations from various sectors of industries.

Here GoodFirms has also cultivated the latest catalog of Best Productivity Software providers that are known for helping businesses to handle even the complex projects with ease.

List of Best Productivity Tools at GoodFirms:

•Carv
•DeskTrack
•Trello
•Bitrix24
•Todoist
•SetApp
•Flock
•Zoho Cliq
•todo.vu
•Activtrak

Additionally, GoodFirms has supported the service providers by asking them to participate in the research and show the evidence of the work in their expertise area. Thus, get an opportunity to be indexed in the list of top companies according to their proficiency.

Getting listed in the catalog of brilliant firms at GoodFirms will increase your chances to be a magnet to several customers by being more visible globally.

About GoodFirms

GoodFirms is a Washington, D.C. based research firm that aligns its efforts in identifying the most prominent and efficient email marketing software providers that deliver results to their clients. GoodFirms research is a confluence of new age consumer reference processes and conventional industry-wide review & rankings that help service seekers leap further and multiply their industry-wide value and credibility.

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Menopause Support with Natural Formula Aims to Help Women's Symptoms

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Aviano Botanicals, the brand behind responsibly sourced natural herbal supplements, is pleased to announce the official launch of its new product, MenoPlay.

CARROLLTON, TEXAS, USA, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Aviano Botanicals, the brand behind responsibly sourced essential oils and natural herbal supplements, is pleased to announce the official launch of its new product, MenoPlay. The company’s newest addition to the market offers menopausal support supplements for perimenopausal and menopausal women.

A small family-owned company, Aviano Botanicals reports rapid growth of its customer base and product line since 2015, offering essential oils and natural herbal support for a variety of health conditions. With an aim to improve the lives of women entering and in menopause, the company has formulated MenoPlay to help alleviate a range of menopausal symptoms.

A senior spokesperson for Aviano Botanicals states, “Women who are just about to enter menopause or already experiencing it suffer from a number of symptoms. These include hot flashes, night sweats, joint pain, and mood swings. It can be very difficult for peri and menopausal women to carry on with their daily lives during this phase, and that’s why we have formulated MenoPlay to help alleviate these symptoms. Hormone balance is vital to helping improve menopausal symptoms, along with daily nutrition and vitamins.”

As with all of Aviano Botanicals products, the company has carefully crafted its new menopause supplements. MenoPlay is a natural relief formula that contains ingredients proven to help reduce menopausal symptoms, including DIM, Black Cohosh, Soy Isoflavones, Gingko, Red Clover, and MACA. The company states that all ingredients in MenoPlay have been thoroughly tested using clinical trials.

For overall complete nutrition, MenoPlay also contains a multivitamin, offering a convenient way for women to rest assured that they are meeting all daily nutritional requirements, says the company.

“While a complete cure for menopause is impossible at this time, our menopause support supplement formula can help improve the way menopausal women feel on a daily basis. These symptoms can decrease a woman’s quality of life substantially, and we have carefully created our formula with ingredients that have been studied clinically, showing that together they do have the potential to help reduce menopause symptoms,” continues Aviano Botanicals spokesperson.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

For more information, visit the Aviano Botanicals Amazon storefront or official website.

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Dream Drive Brings Van Life to Japan with Rentable Custom Hotel Rooms on Wheels

TOKYO, JAPAN, July 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dream Drive, a custom van workshop and rental company in Japan, is officially launching their depot and 4 vans in August 2019.

Japan is in the midst of a tourism boom seeing record numbers of inbound tourists so far for 2019. (japantoday.com/category/national/japan-sees-record-number-of-foreign-visitors-in-1st-half-of-2019) This is having a toll on the already congested public transport, so this business is launching at the perfect time.

"We built Dream Drive for the experienced traveller who is sick of lugging suitcases around, being shoehorned into oversaturated tourist enclosures and for the traveller who wants to pave their own way. Japan has so much to offer," said Andy Cline, head of product and cofounder at Dream Drive.

The team builds the vans at their depot in Komae, Tokyo. The vans are inspired by the "van life" movement and have been designed to feel like you aren't sleeping in a car, rather a cozy hotel room. On wheels.

Dream Drive has four different types of vans suited for solo travellers or couples or families. The vans include unlimited mileage, GPS, memory foam mattresses with hotel quality white sheets (ample thread count), towels, charging ports, cooking facilities, and the list goes on. Along with their physical products, the company can also assist with roadside assistance offering their own bilingual support, as well as different guides to help clients create their one-of-a-kind adventure.

With so much to see and experience, Dream Drive aims to provide tourists with both a comfortable and convenient way to travel around Japan. Built like a tiny home on wheels, travellers can venture off into different parts of Japan without worrying about irregular hotel check-in times, or matching schedules with public transportation, which becomes quite inconvenient away from the big cities.

Customers pick up the van from the depot which is located 30 minutes from Shinjuku station (including the walk from the station.) the vans are also built on the same site so people interested in the craftsmanship can see the newest vans to enter the fleet. The team building the vans is comprised of mainly expats builders.

In the future, Dream Drive aims to be carbon-negative by running mostly electric vans and by offsetting the waste created by customers in partnership with offset earth out of England.

Dream Drive is open for bookings now.

For more information, please contact:

Jared Campion, Managing Director/Co-Founder of Dream Drive
+(81) 080 3013 7353
jared@dreamdrive.life
https://www.dreamdrive.life

Jared Campion
Dream Drive K.K.
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Source: EIN Presswire