Perhaps your fine hair is flat and has zero bounce, and you think that you have tried just about every product on the market. Luckily, you still have a resource that could transform your life if you give it a try. The WEN products for fine hair will do something you never expected from a hair care product, get you amazing results with little effort.
Before talking about how the product worked, you need to know a little about the Wen By Chaz story. Chaz Dean (http://chazdean.com/) is a stylist to the stars in Los Angeles, and this mellow and laid-back stylist has his own line of hair care products that are changing the way you style your hair.
Not happy with the initial success of his hair care products, Dean is constantly working to develop new products that will help everyone with different types of hair to maximum their look. Now it doesn’t matter if you live in Trenton New Jersey or Anchorage Alaska, you too can have the same quality hair that many of Dean’s famous client lists enjoy.
As reported originally on Bustle, one of the Wen By Chaz products that was designed exclusively for oily fine hair was put to the test. Even though this young lady worked in a hair salon, her hair was flat and uninspiring. When you are working on clients who expect the best and your hair is a mess, it really can have a negative impact on business.
After a week of trying the cleansing conditioner for fine hair, the results speak for themselves. This young stylist had oily and flat hair, and now she can rush out the door in the morning with bouncy and full hair that turns heads. These results seem to be consistent with many who love the Wen hair care products.
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Adam Goldenberg is a serial businessman and co-CEO of JustFab Inc. Adam and his business partner Don Ressler have managed to create very successful companies. JustFab is one of the firms that the duo founded and has transformed to become a top brand in the fashion industry. JustFab mainly deals with shoes, apparel, and handbags tailored to suit the fashion of every woman across the globe. Recently, the fashion line company rebranded to TechStyle Fashion Group. Adam Goldenberg termed the move to change corporate identity as necessary because the new name reflects the transformation the company has undergone to become a strong brand propelled by personalization and data. Initially, the firm only held JustFab, but over a short period it has transitioned into operating other top brands including Shoedazzle, Fabletics and FabKids.
In 2014, JustFab raised funding of over $85M. The exercise was led by Passport Special Opportunity Fund with additional funding coming from existing investors including Technology Crossover Ventures, Matrix Partners and Shining Capital reported on rgtadvisors.com. This primary funding pushed the company’s capitalization to $250 million. Goldenberg said that the attractiveness of the valuation and investor interest are contributing factors that necessitated the move to raise more capital on TechStyle.com. The co-CEO further expressed his optimism about the success of 2014 round of funding, which he noted that the company’s management and investors are on the right path into building a business valued at $3B to $5B.
The round also earned JustFab a position on companies valued over $1 billion, which are commonly known as unicorn. When Goldenberg was asked how he feels about the new status of the company, he pointed out that they never look at themselves as unicorn at http://www.entrepreneur.wiki/Adam_Goldenberg. He also took advantage of the opportunity to praise the firm’s employees for their concerted efforts in building brands that are responsive to customer needs.
Adam Goldenberg started his business journey at a very tender age of 16 years. Since then he has managed to continuously build many successful business ventures. Gamer’s Alliance Inc. was the inaugural company for Adam’s entrepreneurial pursuits. He later sold the advertising agency to Intermix Media and joined the same company as Vice President of Strategic Planning. Goldenberg climbed the career ladder to become the Chief Operating Officer of Intermix Media. He later left the firm and joined forces with Don Ressler to found Intelligent Beauty Inc. Afterward, the savvy businessmen formed JustFab, which is a top brand today.
While Eric Lefkofsky does not have cancer and never has in the past, he has been personally touched by the disease. After he saw a huge amount of success with his company, Groupon, his wife was diagnosed with cancer. It created a very negative impact on his family and caused them all to struggle with the problems that came from it. He never wanted anyone to have to deal with the problems that came from cancer again and, for that reason, he set out to create a company that would help people who were fighting for their lives against cancer.
Eric was confident in his abilities to create businesses and successful companies. Before the work that he did to bring the reality of Groupon to different people, he also worked with other companies. These were mainly tech-related companies and options that people had to be able to do more with the options that they had. It was also something that he had to work hard at but once he discovered the right way to make things happen, he was confident in his ability to make it better for the people who he was helping out with the problems that they had.
As a business person, Lefkofsky saw cancer as just another problem that he would be able to fix. He knew that he wouldn’t be able to fix it on his own and, for that reason, he hired Mark White. With the help of a professional geneticist, Eric Lefkofsky has been able to make great strides with his cancer-fighting company – Tempus. This has allowed him the chance to make sure that things are going to get better for cancer patients and for their families. He wants to continue the fight against it with Tempus while he is working with White to make cancer obsolete. Eric at Twitter .
The two have worked together for just a short time but they have already created big waves in the industry. They are doing things to help cancer patients that nobody has seen before and it is making a difference in the lives of hundreds.
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Jason Hope is an entrepreneur and a writer who frequently published commentary and articles on the latest technological advancements. He has built a reputation for himself. He is regarded as an expert, and his opinions are highly valued.
Jason Hope believes in the Internet of Things. That is a term for the connection of technological pieces which allows devices to sync. This daily phenomenon is not reserved for laptops and phones only. It also encompasses every piece of technology from kitchen appliances to street lamps that have a sync feature. The Internet of Things is a huge deal because it can reduce waste of resources such as water and energy, it can allow busy people to spend less time and retain an even increase their productivity levels, and it can revolutionize classrooms and business offices. The Internet of Things might quickly become the greatest invention I n the history of technology.
Jason Hope is based in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is extremely passionate when it comes to technology and has a futuristic view on the matter. He attended the Arizona State University and graduated with a major in Finance. He also got an MBA from the Carey School of Business. Jason Hope also does philanthropy and business. He is very interested in the world of politics and how politics in Arizona influence the business industries in the area. Jason Hope office serves as a consultant on his personal website. He helps business owners expand their startups, teaches them how to interact with clients, and become more successful.
If you are looking for a loan on equities, you might want to consider a few things first. Equities — that is, stocks and bonds that you own — have values that change all the time. As the market fluctuates, so do the values of your equities. Most, however, slowly rise in value, and if they are good investments, retain value and pay dividends as well.When you go to a lender to ask for a loan using these equities as collateral, they will eventually lend the money — only after certain conditions are met, which may take some time. They will give you a high interest rate, low loan to value ratio, and will want a business proposal drawn up to let them know how the funds will be used.
Why not just go to Equities First US, first? They are not interested in seeing your business proposal. What you do with the funds is of no interest to them, because the equities are collateral for the loan, not your plans for the business.Their interest rate is lower by several percentage points than conventional lenders, and they have a much higher loan to value ratio, as much as eighty per cent.
Conventional lenders are stagnated by rules, regulations, and policies. Equities First US is a private lender, so they don’t answer to governments or stockholders. They are responsible to you, their clients, and to themselves.When you are faced with an emergency situation and need funding right away, go see Equities First. There is a reason they have that name.
As a hardworking, dedicated man and the founder and CEO of Ascendant Capital LLC, Jeffry Schneider is the go-to-guy for everything related to alternative investments. His boutique alternative investment firm has earned over $1 billion and offers a variety of education, marketing, operational and sales services, as well as a unique approach to financial structuring. He leads his team of over 50 employees into a successful future by raising funds for emerging and established alternative asset fund sponsors. By working with over 250 investment advisors, more than 50 broker dealers, and a large amount of family offices, Ascendant helps to raise capital that is invested in real estate, tech companies, auto dealerships, and more, and hopes to hit the $50 million a month in profits mark over the next year.
With over 24 years of experience in the financial services industry, Jeffry Schneider has a deep understanding of investment banking, securities management and alternative investments. His career began with Alex Brown in New York City, where he worked for two years before moving on and joining Paine Webber. He eventually was recruited by CIBC Oppenheimer where he moved up quickly to become the senior vice president. After this, he joined on with several other firms including Smith Barney and Merrill Lynch. Jeffry was a highly desired asset for any company, and eventually he was asked to join on with Axiom Capital management, which is a full-service broker-dealer. There, he matched up the clientele of the firm with the right hedge fund managers and advised investment managers about how to best structure their investment portfolios.
When Jeffry Schneider built Ascendant Capital, he knew he was going to put together a company that focused on its investors first. Every team member at Ascendant knows this is the main initiative, but they also understand that they are a part of a greater family. That’s because Jeffry has worked hard to build a culture of trust and encouragement at the company. He knows that the best way to get results is to treat people right, and under his wise leadership, Ascendant is expected to continue to amaze its investors and stun the business world with its innovative approach to investing.
If you were to sit down an list out all of the political powerhouses that are currently passing legislation, chances are Andrea McWilliams would be near the top of your list. Andrea McWilliams is a lobbyist that is currently working with her husband Dean at McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultants in Austin, Texas. Here they represent a multitude of clients and work to promote their interests in legislative sessions. Andrea McWilliams has been extremely successful in her endeavors, and she is being recognized as one of the most powerful political figures that Texas has ever seen.
Andrea McWilliams represents several different types of clients. She represents private and corporate clients of course. Recently, she won millions in legislated incentives for one of her clients to build one of the first advanced clean coal power plants in the world. However, she also represents non-profit organizations like KillCancer and the Susan G. Koman Breast Cancer Foundation, showing her philanthropic spirit.
In fact, Andrea McWilliams is extremely involved in charity and philanthropy. She is currently the board member of several different non-profit organizations. She is also very interested in preserving the culture and architecture of old Austin. Because of her love of conservation, she is on the board of the Preservation Austin, Ballet Austin, and Pease Park Conservancy organizations. She even used to be the President of Inherit Austin, a non-profit organization that is attempting to save Austin’s old architectural styles.
Because of her philanthropic endeavors, Andrea McWilliams has won several awards and distinctions, including being named an Austin Fashion Week “Style Setter,” being included on the Austin American-Statesman’s Glossy 8 and Fortunate 500 lists, being recognized with a Woman of Distinction Award by the Girl Scouts of America, and winning an Austin Under 40 Award. Andrea McWilliams is a powerhouse in legislative sessions and unstoppable when it comes to philanthropy. She will be one to watch in the next decade.