Month: February 2017

The Ultimate In Cleansing Conditioning

The hair care industry is one of those industries that has it all. It’s full of excitement and it’s very profitable. Unfortunately, all products or brands aren’t created equal and this is why.

Hair care is just like any other industry and every brand is looking to score huge profits even though their products never really give the consumer what was being promoted. This is the ugly side of the business, but there is one brand on the market that has the consumer in mind and it’s known as WEN by Chaz.

When it comes to conditioners, WEN by Chaz has the game on lock. This revolutionary brand gives the user total nutritional benefits, unlike the competition who’s motive is simply to make as much money as possible.

Developed by celebrity hair stylist Chaz Dean, these advanced cleansing products are loaded with organic ingredients such as lavender, sweet almond mint, fig, cucumber, wild cherry bark, chamomile extract, pomegranate extract, glycerin, panthenol, winter vanilla mint, and many more. These ingredients grow straight from the earth itself instead of being created in some laboratory. WEN’s cleansing conditioners were reported to give 97% of it’s users more shine and 100% of it’s users more moisture. These aren’t exaggerated opinions. Thanks to the products natural ability to heal and hydrate, everyone can expect much better results after use.

WEN cleansing conditioners can be used on all hair textures as well. There is no discrimination here as WEN is simply a universal product line. All in all, if you want immediate results of use, but negative issues down the line, these aren’t the products for you. If you want immediate results now and for years later, WEN is definitely for you.

Categories: Hair Care Brand

OSI Group Sets An Insirational Example

OSI group is a multi-billion-dollar organization that began as a meat market in the early nineteen hundreds. Otto Kolschowsky came to the United States from Germany in 1909. Two years later he opened a small meat market and ran it with his family. His innovative business mind allowed him to become the leading distributor of meat to other food industries around the Oak Park, Illinois area.

Read more: OSI Food Solutions UK Awarded 2016 Globe of Honour by the British Safety Council

Otto and Sons gradually expanded over the years. When McDonald’s decided to open its first restaurant in Des Plaines Illinois, their CEO turned to Otto and Sons to be its meat supplier. Otto and Sons had a business operation that endeared itself to Ray Kroc. They embraced cryogenic food processing. This allowed them to store large amounts of product and maintain its freshness for long periods of time. The meat patty cutting machine was an innovation that Otto and Sons brought to the table. The machine gave them the capability to present meat to their largest customer exactly the way they wanted it. Ray Croc was able to rely on Otto and Sons. He soon made the company one of his four major meat distributors. McDonald’s eventually grew into an international powerhouse. By this time Otto and sons was its primary meat supplier.

The company changed its name to OSI group in 1975. They later opened a plant in West Chicago. The West Chicago plant was designed to expand their interest to other food industry businesses around the world. They currently supply meat patties, bacon and hotdogs. The distinguished client list include Pizza Hut, Papa John’s Pizza, Starbucks and Subway.

OSI was named by Forbes as the 136th largest privately owned company in the United States. It has plants operating in 16 different countries. OSI is always looking for bright new talent and is an equal opportunity employer. Its recruiting bases include the UK, Poland, Hungary, Germany, Asia-Pacific and the United States.

Learn more about OSI Group at http://www.foodworks.pl/en/osi-group-en.html

Categories: Food Supplier

Securus Technologies Confident in Their Edge Over the Competition

Securus Technologies’ CEO, Richard Smith, has issued a challenge he is confident about. His company, one of the leading providers of technological solutions for correctional facilities, has challenged rival GTL to a technology “bake off” to demonstrate which company offers the best services.

 

It seems that Smith has reason to feel confident. Over the last several years, Securus has been investing heavily in its services and programs for its clients. In March 2016, the technology company earned a letter of accreditation from the Better Business Bureau. Securus raised the bar further by earning an A+ rating from the bureau for their commitment to BBB principles:

 

  • Build Trust
  • Advertise Honestly
  • Tell the Truth
  • Be Transparent
  • Honor Promises
  • Be Responsive
  • Safeguard Privacy
  • Embody Integrity

Securus achieved their rating through investment in their product and customer service. They developed an internal customer service call center that Securus reports is 600 percent better in call performance metrics than GTL. They also have the largest VOIP platform for correctional facilities in the world and provide regular security updates. Their emphasis on in-house, rather than contracted services, is what Smith says sets Securus apart from the competition.

 

Smith and Securus management are familiar with the dated technology used by GTL, and feel sure it can’t match their own programs. Securus has shared that many customers who have switched to Securus from GTL report the technology options and customer service offered by Securus are a marked improvement from their experience with GTL.

 

It is unknown if GTL will take Securus up on the challenge. Smith notes that the smartest move may be for GTL to politely decline the invitation, and so far, that is what they have done.

 

Categories: Video Visitation Tech

Adam Goldenberg’s Impressive Track In Online Marketing And Management

 

Fabletics began with the initiation of Kate Hudson, in partnership with Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. With the leadership of the trio, Fabletics has grown to open 18 physical stores across, United States, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands. Currently, the firm’s online store has over 1 million VIP subscribers. After the sale of his first establishment, Adam became the COO of a company on the public market as a teenager and currently serves as the COO of JustFab and Intelligent Beauty. In 2006, Adam worked for Venture Partner as an advisor, and Brentwood Cosmetics as the president.

 

In 2004, Adam Goldenberg was the chairman of marketing at Intermix, the assistant president of strategic planning in marketing, and later served as its COO for three years. Adam is an active entrepreneur who set up his first firm, Gamer’s Alliance as a teenage and subsequently on co-founded Hydroderm. Adam met Ressler when they established Brand Ideas and after the sale of Intermix, joined forces to form Intelligent Beauty. Adam Goldenberg has extensive expertise in internet marketing, management, and product development. Adam currently resides in Manhattan Beach in California, for the convenience of living near Fabletics’ headquarter offices.

Fabletic’s maintains its quality and a high number of customers by processing items from design to production in eight weeks only. The firm has a strong belief in honoring its customer’s requests by quickly and efficiently turning their ideas into tangible results. Fabletics employee’s high end and modern tech designers to guarantee a significant number of subscribers on the online platform. Keri Gless stated that when she first joined Fabletics’ VIP membership, she was hooked by the firm’s keen attentiveness to her personal style and preferences and fast delivery. The enterprise uses data-driven personalization dividends to predict sportswear trends, minimize overproduction and utilize the excess benefits to lower prices for its customers.

 

Fabletics has a history of attracting regular clients and signing up prospective customers due to the direct relationship it has forged with them. Fabletics believes that building the trust of the customer and the items branding is an essential component of keeping a close-knit base of subscribers. Kate Hudson promotes the firm’s wear by always posting advertisement videos and VIP focused messages. After the growing complaints by Fabletics’ buyers due to brisk VIP design sales, the company sought to communicate with its members clearly and urgently and soon after earned a higher rating with the Better Business Bureau.  See Adam talk about his brand on YouTube in a great interview titled “Vator Splash Oakland – What’s it like to be a Unicorn? Adam Goldenberg (CEO, JustFab)

Categories: Entrepreneurs