Browse Month: May 2016

Wen By Chaz Does it Again

A lot of people are catching on to Wen hair By Chaz: the all in one shampoo, conditioner and styling product. Not only will Wen By Chaz make your hair healthy, but voluminous, shiny and bouncy as well. Don’t take my word for it. Recently a hair stylist ran an experiment using the sephora fig version of the product for one week and was very pleased with the product. She also took a series of before and after pictures. I really like this article because it gives you a detailed idea of what it is like to actually use this product. You can see the results broken down day by day. Check it out.

The results speak for themselves. Within a few days of applying Wen By Chaz Dean cleansing conditioner this woman’s hair was transformed from brittle and dry to smooth and silky. At work or at the club, why wouldn’t you want to look your very best? In any case check out the article and give Wen By Chaz a try. You won’t be disappointed.


Bob Reina and his notice of video marketing’s trending identity


Bob Reina is an innovator of the twenty-first century. He took notice of and recognized the efficiency of viewing videos in today’s society for countless purposes. People watch videos for entertainment, to catch up on the latest news, to communicate with friends, to keep up with family members across the globe. People in today’s society watch videos constantly through numerous services and companies. Reina became aware of this reality and analyzed the trend, ultimately realizing the opportunity to change the world’s marketing strategies for the better.

Reina developed and refined the idea of his now famous company Talk Fusion. Talk Fusion thrives on the tendency of people to watch a short video rather than reading lengthy, convoluted review submissions and the nature of people to gravitate toward a faster, much less laborious method to achieve a set outcome. People want to “get a feel” for a company, business, or service/goods provider before committing to a business engagement with them. Bob Reina combined the ease of video viewing with marketing, professional introduction and advertising/exclusive offers to create his company Talk Fusion, changing marketing forever.

Bob Reina opens the video with an employee of his company Talk Fusion and “jumps right into the action”, so to speak, without much content in terms of padding and “time-wasting”. This immediately establishes Reina as a confident, honest professional.

Throughout the video, Reina can be seen on “live” video at the bottom-center of the screen. He presents his company and their purpose through the use of tailored, modern graphic designs and animated short clips that qualify the video as immensely professional.

The video covers the information of who Talk Fusion is marketed toward: all businesses of absolutely any size or industry; why his service is a must-have asset to any business; what his service does for a business specifically; and what trusted companies are already users of his company.

The likes of Applebee’s, Remax, and Toyota have already taken to using Talk Fusion to create personalized business pages that are comparable to social media profile pages in design, creating a familiar experience for consumers and business’s alike. These pages allow businesses to introduce themselves to their potential and repeat consumers on a new level that brings the two parties closer than ever. The pages can be used for text descriptions, video presentations and/or ads, and even offering exclusive consumer discounts and deals.

Talk Fusion is the future of video marketing for all businesses. It is setting the new standard for business-to-consumer relations and communication.

Former CEO of CCMP Stephen Murray Passes on at 52

The former president of CCMP Capital (a private equity firm) Stephen Murray died at 52. He was an excellent CEO and helped the firm in establishing a new and unique identity with investors. While he was Leading CCMP, the firm managed to raise a $3.6 billion fund. Mr. Murray was a terrific dealmaker and investor and most of his career was spent in Private Equity. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: and

Stephen Murray left his company position a month earlier to the day of his death because of “healthy reasons”, his former firm reported. He had worked at CCMP including the other predecessor companies since 1989. During that time, the firm was called Chase Capital Partners and was later called JPMorgan Partners when J.P.Morgan bought it. The firm became one of the largest private equity firms in the world for some time. In 2006, the group spun out, and Mr. Murray was declared the CEO in 2007. He succeeded the group founder, Mr. Jeff Walker.

Murray graduated with a degree in economics from Boston College in 1984. He later went for further studies at Columbia Business School where he earned a Business Administration master’s degree in 1989. Read more: This Old Thing? Private Equity Honcho Drops Little Place Uptown for $11M

After graduating with a degree in economics, Murray worked at a credit analyst training program at a company known as Manufacturer Hanover Corporation in 1984.

He later joined MH Equity Corporation in 1989. Chemical Bank purchased Manufacturers Hanovers in 1991, and that was when Chemical Ventures merged with MH Equity – you can get to read more: The Exponential Growth of CCMP Capital Under Stephen Murray’s Leadership

. In 1996, Chase Manhattan Corporation merged with Chemical Bank and then Chemical Ventures Partners was called Chase Capital Partners.

Other than being CCMP’S CEO, Murray served on other major companies’ boards including Generac Power Systems, Aramark, AMC Entertainment, Pinnacle Foods, Warner Chilcott, Cabela’s, and Legacy Hospital Partners.

Stephen Murray was also a philanthropist. He supported a foundation known as Make-A-Wish of Metro New York, Stamford Museum, Boston College and the Columbia Business School.

Lime Crime Gains Popularity on Instagram


According to a recent article on PR Newswire, this past month ambitious makeup brand Lime Crime reached a high number of two million Instagram followers. Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Lime Crime Doe Deere seemed rather optimistic about the on-going development, and was glad to have the opportunity to use her imagination and creativity to promote her products through Instragram, and social media in general.

Deere was born and raised in Russia and lived out her late teen years in New York City. Before taking off with her makeup art she started as a musician; however, she had a basic concept in her mind long before she ever invented Lime Crime. She even owned a little temporary tattoo business when she lived in Russia, and these jobs helped her greatly in business and entrepreneurial affairs later. It was her passion for vibrant, bright colors that inspired her to eventually start her makeup business in 2008.

Since then, Deere has often spoken avidly about the importance of freedom and expressing one’s own feelings as he or she sees fit. According to her, makeup and fashion are crucial forms of self-expression. She sells her makeup on her Lime Crime website, especially lipsticks and eye makeup. Lime Crime is also the brain behind the website’s “on lip” lipstick swatch, which shows lipstick color on the lips themselves as opposed to simply smeared on paper.

The article stated that Lime Crime often receives posts of different looks by fans or “unicorns” as Deere calls them, who have used Lime Crime products. Many of these posts also end up on the Lime Crime website,, so that people who are either skeptical or considering the products can see how they look on genuine customers. Deere said that she was glad the company has the advantage of using Instagram, as it helps customers to see an accurate representation of how a product will look. She said she is also happy to see how fans of Lime Crime have used its products with their own creativity to share new looks and ideas.

Those who are interested in Lime Crime products can follow the brand at @limecrimemakeup on Instagram.

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Sam Tabar Appointed Head of FullCycle Energy

Sam Tabar was appointed to FullCycle Energy as Chief Operating Officer responsible for fund management. Tabar says he looks forward to working with senior management on moving away from fuels that pollute to more environmentally friendly ones. He has overseen finances for companies during most of his career. At Merrill Lynch he was responsible for providing fund managers an introduction to different investments like endowments, foundations, pensions, funds, and family offices.

He was co-head of marketing at the Sparx Group the largest independent fund in Asia Pacific. There he managed all aspects of the global marketing department. He worked as an attorney for a two large law firms and held a Masters of Law from Columbia Law School and Bachelors of Art from Oxford University.

FullCycle Energy is a company that raises money for new technology that disposes of garbage or waster. At the time the device generates energy. FullCycle Energy and Synova have built a device that helps companies convert trash to syn-gas or energy. It generates clean gas and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Many developing countries need waste solutions so this is a global problem. Conventional incinerators are built for waster destruction. They burn trash or garbage. Hydrocarbons are left in the gas fumes that are toxic to humans.

They devices are not incinerators and manage waste differently. Waste is treated in a waste recovery center. Glass, rocks and metals are sorted, dried and shredded into refuse derived fuel. It is put into a gasifier where the fuel is heated and turned into a gas for energy. The gas is cleaned before it is burned.

Sam Tabar knows how to speak English, French, and Japanese. With many years of experience handling company finances he is an asset to FullCycle Energy. His hobbies are traveling and hosting events. He received a Bachelor of Art from Oxford University.   Be sure to also follow Sam’s personal endeavors on GoFundMe, where he’s trying to raise money for AWI.

Direct Selling Experts QNet Drive Community Programs

The direct selling industry is one I have been increasingly interested in as I have looked for new areas of business to invest in, which has eventually led me to look into the different companies that are offering multi level marketing options for people around the world. The company I have been most impressed with as my research has moved on is QNet, a relative newcomer to the direct selling industry that is based in Hong Kong and offers products across the continent of Asia; QNet was established in 1998 by former IBM employee Vijay Eswaran whose hands on approach sees him provide training sessions for new employees of the company.

Other aspects of the company are just as impressive and make it simple for me to known I should become a part of the QNet family; I feel a company that takes its commitment to the local community as seriously as QNet does is one I should learn as much as possible about.

After making an impact in India as a major supplier of healthy lifestyle and luxury goods the QNet family has looked to develop a series of programs and charitable foundations that provide a better standard of living for people across Asia. Among the programs that have been created by QNet are a clean water program based upon funding being provided for schools across India and a school for children with disabilities established by QNet in the United Arab Emirates. The company looks to provide a number of options for those who feel they would like to lead an active lifestyle and has recently been undertaking an educational program designed to warn QNet customers of the many problems the epidemic of obesity is causing around the world.

Beauty Writer Tries WEN Cleansing Conditioner for Limp Hair

Chaz Dean has been a popular stylist for years now, and if it’s a question about hair, he has the answers. Maybe that’s why his unique WEN cleansing conditioners are loved around the world by women who are seeking luxurious, strong hair. blogger Emily McClure was looking to give her fine, sad locks a major boost, so she tried a WEN 7-day challenge.
The cleansing conditioners by WEN do not contain shampoo, which mean the formulas are free of nasty detergents and other harmful hair chemicals. This cleansing system acts as a shampoo, conditioner, de-tangler and leave-in treatment all-in-one. It’s a great way to restore gloss and manageability to hair, so Emily chose the sephora sold FIG formula.

Emily snapped selfies of her hair every day after using and not using WEN. Emily admits that she went off the WEN routine by skipping a wash one day and also switching up the times she got in the shower with the product. When she did use the thick, aromatic cleansing conditioner, she enjoyed the volume her tresses developed. She used about 10 pumps of the WEN formula for her medium long hair.

Emily and the Guthy Renker website advises consumers to stick to the daily morning WEN washes to ensure the product’s best effectiveness. She likes to shower at night and tried going off the routine once, only to watch her hair get greasy and limp within hours. She also skipped a wash altogether, and she felt her locks looked limp.

Emily said she would try WEN again, if she could stick to the program the proper way. Learn more: