It’s A Day In The Life Of Business and you’ll learn how these couples joined forces and became even stronger. Take Selfies with the Host & Producer, Natasha Davis aka The Chief Visionary Enjoy the All New Mimosa Bar sponsored by The Social Hostess Enjoy Live Entertainment with DJ Ezzy B of 106 Live Radio Are Your Ready to MEET THE MEDIA??? You Should… They’ll be there!!! Survival Radio Network and BizLynks TV Network will be streaming LIVE from the show.
Dr. Karlene Kerfoot, the Chief Nursing Officer for API Healthcare, a GE Healthcare Company joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and Health News Channels. For 30 years API Healthcare has been in the business of providing innovative workforce management solutions for the healthcare industry.
John Gobbels, the Chief Operating Officer/Vice President and transport expert for MedjetAssist, the premier global air-medical transport membership program for travelers which is a great supplement to travel insurance again joins eHealth Radio and the Travel Health Care Information Channel.
Dr. Stephen J. D’Amato, the chief medical officer at Calmare Therapeutics, a medical company, researching, developing and commercializing its flagship medical device - the non-invasive and non-addictive Calmare® Pain Therapy device joins eHealth Radio and the Health News and Pain Management Channels.
John Tighe, the Chief Executive Officer at ZipLine Medical, a commercial-stage company headquartered in Campbell, California, that has developed Zip®, a cost-effective, noninvasive surgical skin closure device for suture-like outcomes at the speed of staples joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and Health News Channels.
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Marijuana prohibition has allowed a massive transfer of assets from private individuals to public entities with virtually no public outcry over the blatant larceny. "(Annual Value of Assets Forfeited) Between 1989 and 2010, an estimated $12.6 billion was seized by US Attorneys in asset forfeiture cases. The growth rate during that time averaged +19.4% annually. For just 2010 alone, the value of assets seized grew by +52.8% over 2009 and was six times greater than the total for 1989."