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Baby Blendy Featured As ‘Manufacturer of the Month’ in January Edition of Baby Maternity Retailer Magazine

Miami Lakes, Florida (PRWEB) January 25, 2020
Representatives with Florida-based Baby Blendy LLC announced that today that company was featured as ‘Manufacturer of the Month’ in the Baby Maternity Retailer which is a trade magazine in the baby and parenting aid industry.
“We are very excited about being recognized by a leading trade magazine in the industry,” said Osmay Gonzalez, spokesperson for Baby Blendy LLC, a member of the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association. “This adds to the glory of our already-recognized and multiple-award-winning baby bottle blender.”
Baby Maternity Retailer is the trade magazine covering the baby and parenting aids industry. Baby Maternity Retailer provides the baby product market with top-rated reviews of products that are endorsed by Creative Child Magazine, parents and educators which enables the buyer to understand better what the market truly thinks of the products that are presented.
“Our product is a doctor-recommended, anti-colic portable baby bottle blender that contains a mixer inside, which mixes any formula milk and also rice cereal and oatmeal cereal which are thicker formula additives,” said Osmay. “The Baby Blendy bottle has everything that a bottle should have to provide more comfort and convenience.”
“New parents know the frustration of patting the baby after each feeding, waiting for the little one to dispel the uncomfortable gas in their tummies,” highlighted Osmay before adding, “we’ve developed a baby bottle that tackles the issues of too much air intake while feeding. Baby Blendy is changing the game when it comes to feeding time, we’re offering something portable, easy to use and stress-free.”
Osmay noted that the Baby Blendy, which has also been awarded the Parents Pick Award, Family’s Choice Award; A’Design Award, Baby and Children’s Products Award, and The Baby Maternity Magazine Award minimizes any baby’s risk of swallowing air, thereby reducing post-feeding discomforts. The product thoroughly blends and mixes all chunks of the formula, ensuring that the baby receives all of the nutrients he or she should receive.
Baby Blendy, which was created and specifically designed to ease the complications of having to shake an ordinary bottle, comes in six-ounce, eight-ounce, ten-ounce bottle sizes. The process of using this new, revolutionary product is simple; the company representatives say.
“Simply add formula or breast milk and push the button and the magic begins as the blender mixes, creating a powerful cyclone swirl that does all the mixing for you, hands-free, which helps reduce foaming and air bubbles within the milk,” Osmay stressed, before adding, “When breast milk is stored, the milk separates into layers, fats will rise to the top. Our bottle will help mix your baby’s breast milk thoroughly. This baby bottle is ideal for use when on the go or at home to fix your baby a bottle of milk with the solution being thoroughly blended effortlessly.”
For more information, please visit babyblendybottles.com/pages/about-the-best-baby-bottle and babyblendybottles.com/collections/baby-blendy-store-buy-now-all-products
About Baby Blendy LLC
Our mission has been to design and reinvent the baby bottle. We’ve patented the first and only rechargeable, battery-operated, anti-colic portable baby bottle blender that mixes powdered baby formula, rice, and oatmeal cereals in seconds.
Contact Details:
Osmay Gonzalez
Baby Blendy LLC
8004 NW 154th St. Suite #130Miami Lakes, FL 33016. USA
Email: info@BabyBlendy.com
1-844-4Blendy / 1-844-425-3639

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ARTISTI PER FRESCOBALDI Prize: Artists and Jury Members of the 5th Edition Announced

NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 22, 2020
Canadian Andrew Dadson, American Erica Mahinay, and Italian Gian Maria Tosatti were named today as the three artists invited to participate in the fifth edition of Artisti per Frescobaldi, the biennial prize for contemporary art created and directed by Tiziana Frescobaldi, Artistic Director and President of Compagnia de’ Frescobaldi, and curated by art expert Ludovico Pratesi.
The artists, all under 40, were commissioned to create artwork that would interpret the spirit, history, and terroir of CastelGiocondo, the Frescobaldi wine estate located in Montalcino, which they visited in 2019. Each artist will also create a sketch based on that artwork, which will then appear on the front label of a limited edition of Castelgiocondo Brunello 2015 magnums, the vintage dedicated to Artisti per Frescobaldi.
Also announced were the members of the jury who will select the final winner: Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, President of the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo; Ralph Rugoff, Director of the Hayward Gallery of London; and Rina Carvajal, Director and Curator of the Museum of Art and Design, Miami Dade College.
The awards ceremony will take place on September 24, 2020 in Milan.
“For this fifth edition of Artisti per Frescobaldi,” commented Tiziana Frescobaldi, Artistic Director and President of Compagnia de’ Frescobaldi, “I am most grateful to Patrizia Sandretto Re Baudengo, Ralph Rugoff, and Rina Carvajal who have agreed to jury the prize; as internationally-esteemed museum directors, they will add lustre to this prize. I am grateful as well to the three artists who accepted our invitation and who are each creating superb works of art inspired by the world of wine in general and by CastelGiocondo in particular. I could not have hoped for finer results. ”
“The artists invited to the fifth edition belong to the same generation, all born in the 1980s, but they express themselves differently,” explained Prize Curator Ludovico Pratesi. “Andrew Dadson focuses above all on photography, largely landscape-themed, while Erica Mahinay explores the relationship between the body and painting, and Gian Maria Tosatti creates incredibly-striking outdoor installations that are densely symbolic. I have no doubt that they will brilliantly succeed in interpreting the CastelGiocondo estate in an eloquent manner.”
5th edition of the Artisti per Frescobaldi PrizeArtisti per Frescobaldi showcases artists of the most recent generations, who interpret a contemporary world that is so often complex and protean. The Frescobaldi family, throughout its 800-year history of winemaking, has always shown a vivid interest and involvement in contemporary art and, in our own times, a personal commitment to the art and artists of the 21st century. The Prize thus continues the Frescobaldis’ centuries-old tradition of art patronage and at the same time opens a fresh chapter written by new figures in novel expressive languages.
In its inaugural edition in 2012, the Prize went to three Italians (Elisa Sighicelli, Giovanni Ozzola, and Ra Di Martino), then travelled to Berlin in 2014 to honour the artistic endeavours of Michael Sailstorfer, Jorinde Voigt, and Yuri Ancarani, and to the United States in 2016 to pay tribute to Eric Wesley, Mattew Brannon, and Patrizio Di Massimo. The most recent edition, in 2018, focused on Switzerland’s Sonia Kacem, Claudia Comte, and Francesco Arena.
All 12 works currently grace the walls of CastelGiocondo, set in a unique and enticing dialogue with the estate’s genius loci, a collection looking towards the future, enriching the spaces of the winecellar in a marriage between art and wine that seems stronger and more successful as it grows.
ARTISTS OF THE 5TH EDITIONGian Maria Tosatti. Born in Rome in 1980, Tosatti launched his professional training in the performing arts. His works have been exhibited at the Museo Villa Croce in Genoa; the Tenuta dello Scompiglio in Lucca; and the Fondazione Volume in Rome. He created two outdoor installations in U.S. government buildings that have now became permanent artworks. He lives and works in Naples, where, in addition to his artistic work, he contributes to and directs the cultural monthly, Differenza. In 2011, he organised and curated the RELOAD project.
Andrew Dadson (White Rock, Canada, 1980) lives and works in Vancouver. He has exhibited at the Galleria Franco Noero in Turin; the RaebervonStenglin in Zurich; the Seattle Art Museum; the Kunstverein in Freiburg; the Vancouver Art Gallery; the Charles H.Scott Gallery, ECIAD, in Vancouver; the Power Plant Gallery in Toronto; the Liu Haisu Museum in Shanghai; the Chisenhale Gallery in London; and at the London Biennial.
Erica Mahinay (Santa Fe, USA, 1986) lives and works in Los Angeles. Her works have been exhibited at the Lyles and King Gallery in New York; the Galleria T293, in Naples and Rome; the Ibid Gallery and the Euclid Gallery, both in Los Angeles; and at Alleyoop Projects, in New York.
JURORS OF THE 5TH EDITIONPatrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. President of the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Member of the International Council and of the Friends of Contemporary Drawing at MoMA of New York, the International Council of the Tate Gallery of London, the Leadership Council of the New Museum of New York, the Advisory Committee for Modern and Contemporary Art of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and of the Cultural Council of the Cartier Art magazine. She is Honorary Member of the Monaco Project for the Arts.
Ralph RugoffCurrently Director of the Hayward Gallery in London, Rugoff served as Director of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts in San Francisco, jury member of the Illuminated River project of the Rothschild Foundation; Selection Committee member of the Tate Gallery Turner Prize; Consultation Committee member of the Kiev Biennale; President of the London Visual Arts Strategy Group; Founding Director, Curatorial Studies Program al CCA of San Francisco; and Selection Committee member of the British Council for the Great Britain pavilion at the 2010 Architecture Biennale.
Rina CarvajalDirector and Curator of the Museum of Art and Design, Miami Dade College. Following studies and a master’s degree in Art History at New York University, Carvajal served as Adjunct Curator at the Miami Art Museum and curator of the Contemporary Arts Project at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens in Miami.
FRESCOBALDIThe Frescobaldi family has been making wine in Tuscany for over 700 years; today, it is one of Italy’s foremost producers, and its wines rank among Italy’s finest in terms of quality and prestige. With a philosophy that marries centuries-old tradition to technological innovation, and deep respect for its environment to meticulous management of its estate vineyards, Frescobaldi enjoys worldwide esteem for the wines from its Tuscan estates: Tenuta Castiglioni, Tenuta CastelGiocondo, Tenuta Perano, Castello Nipozzano, Castello Pomino, Tenuta Ammiraglia, and Rémole.With the Artisti per Frescobaldi project, Tiziana Frescobaldi is continuing the ancient family tradition of art patronage: beginning with the Italian Renaissance, the Frescobaldis have forged productive relationships with artists such as Brunelleschi, Donatello, Artemisia Gentileschi, and many others.
Further information:
Andrea Orsini ScatagliniPR & Communication Manager Frescobaldi – andrea.orsini@frescobaldi.it, +39 348 2425400
SECNewgate – Press Office Frescobaldi ItaliaCommunications. Advocacy. Research.Cinzia Ghilotti – ghilotti@secrp.com, +39 347 7958520    Arianna Marenzana – marenzana@secrp.com, +39 348 5660460
Gheusis – Press Office Frescobaldi EUSilvia Baratta – silvia@gheusis.com, +39 347 5835050
Colangelo & Partners – Press Office Frescobaldi USAStefan Sigurdsson – ssigurdsson@colangelopr.com, +01 646 346 1753
KAIWA – Digital Communications FrescobaldiGina Sorce – gina.sorce@kaiwa.it, +39 348 3173604
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The Council on Accreditation (COA) Publishes 2020 Edition Standards

COA has refined its standards to increase the impact of accreditation by focusing on those practices and activities that will have the greatest impact on the communities its accredited organizations serve.(PRWeb January 15, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/the_council_on_accreditation_coa_publishes_2020_edition_standards/prweb16831989.htm

WorkMax TIME by AboutTime Technologies Integrates with Acumatica Construction Edition

The powerful integration of WorkMax TIME and Acumatica Construction Edition improves the accuracy of labor costs, job costs, and field progress reporting.

“Now, construction businesses can finally have real-time job costs and data without any delays because of our API integration with a true web-based ERP solution like Acumatica,” said Mike Merrill, COO of AboutTime Technologies.

PAYSON, Utah (PRWEB) January 14, 2020
AboutTime Technologies, a 17-year veteran of on-premises and cloud-based mobile resource management, today announced the WorkMax TIME integration with Acumatica Construction Edition. The WorkMax Complete Suite includes WorkMax TIME, FORMS, and ASSETS Modules. WorkMax is an easy-to-use cloud-based platform solution to manage your mobile resources all in one place for tracking time, assets, and mobile business forms.
WorkMax TIME’s robust integration with Acumatica Construction Edition streamlines data flow from the field to the office and syncs information for employee time tracking, completed work, and job costing with Acumatica Construction Edition. This powerful integration also improves the accuracy of labor costs, job costs, and field progress reporting.
One major contributor to job cost accuracy improvements is WorkMax’s dynamic permission profiles. By mirroring the project cost structure and organizational structure from Acumatica Construction Edition, employees only see their relevant jobs/projects, locations, tasks, or cost codes. They aren’t forced to look at a long list of options with hundreds or thousands of choices to sort through. As a result, employees only see the options that are pertinent to them and it drastically increases the job cost accuracy and reduces reallocations by eliminating irrelevant picklist options from their mobile devices. The WorkMax TIME data streaming in from the field from any iOS or Android device is already organized to line up perfectly with the fields that need to populate the job cost data or progress reporting in Acumatica Construction Edition.
“Now, construction businesses can finally have real-time job costs and data without any delays because of our API integration with a true web-based ERP solution like Acumatica. No more waiting around for labor or field report data to be formatted, imported, or manually entered from multiple systems into Acumatica Construction Edition and then waiting around for someone to compile a report of information with data from days or even weeks ago. The integration between WorkMax TIME and Acumatica Construction Edition shows you what’s happening right now on all of your projects,” said Mike Merrill, COO of AboutTime Technologies, “We were proud to partner with a company who is as dedicated to their customers and their technology needs as we have been with ours.”
“It was a perfect fit for us to partner with AboutTime Technologies because of their strong expertise providing mobile resource management solutions for the construction industry,” said Christian Lindberg, Vice President of Partner Solutions. “We both have the same vision; we want to provide construction businesses with a modern and scalable cloud solution to future-proof their technology investments to manage their construction projects’ mobile resources.”
WorkMax by AboutTime Technologies will be exhibiting at the Acumatica Summit 2020 in Booth 24 on January 26th through January 28th at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, NV.
To learn more about WorkMax TIME, FORMS, or ASSETS, please visit http://workmax.com.
About AboutTime TechnologiesAboutTime Technologies has been a leader in on-premises mobile resource management with AboutTime Enterprise Suite to optimize labor, assets, and forms for the last 17 years. In addition to the on-premises suite offering, AboutTime Technologies now offers WorkMax, an entirely new cloud-based platform. The WorkMax Complete Suite includes WorkMax FORMS, TIME, and ASSETS which are also available individually. WorkMax’s modern cloud-based resource management provides instant, accurate answers by connecting teams for labor, assets, and mobile forms for any size business in any industry. For more information about WorkMax visit http://www.WorkMax.com.

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CenterWatch Announces — The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research, 5th Edition

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FALLS CHURCH, Va. (PRWEB) January 13, 2020
The guide that has trained thousands of CRAs is newly updated.
The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research is definitive resource for building mastery and complying with official regulations and guidelines. CRAs use this guide to advance their career and ensure their trials follow critical requirements from FDA, ICH and NIH.
In order to play a leadership role in a clinical research team, CRAs need a firm command of current regulations, as well as good clinical practices and the latest research guidelines.
This 750-page edition of The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research outlines all key CRA job responsibilities, including new digital processes, plus lists all major procedural regulations and guidelines.
As more demands are placed on CRAs, this edition of The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research helps them handle them with aplomb.
This guide ensures that CRAs understand new digital developments in clinical research so they can help improve safety reporting, informed consent and patient-reported outcomes.
The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research also ensures that CRA’s can adopt emerging techniques, such as remote monitoring, wearable devices and tablets and employ them to optimal effect in clinical trials.
Who Will Benefit:
CRAs or clinical research monitors
Clinical research managers or other clinical research staff with an interest in study monitoring
Health professionals interested in pursuing a career as a CRA
Instructors conducting internal or external training and education programs
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The CRA’s Guide to Monitoring Clinical Research, 5th Edition**A CenterWatch SOPs Manual**https://www.centerwatch.com/products/category/1060-training-guides/product/348
Price: $97
Easy Ways to Order:Online: https://www.centerwatch.com/products/category/1060-training-guides/product/348    By phone: 617.948.5100 or 866.219.3440
About CenterWatch:Founded in 1994, CenterWatch is a trusted source and global destination for clinical trials information for both professionals and patients. CenterWatch provides proprietary data and information analysis on clinical trials through a variety of newsletters, books, databases, and information services used by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, CROs, SMOs, and investigative sites involved in the management and conduct of clinical trials. As a pioneer in publishing clinical trials information, CenterWatch was the first Internet site to publish detailed information about active clinical trials that could be accessed by patients and their advocates.

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SLO County Visitors Guide Is Celebrating The 50th Edition Of The Popular Visitor And Lifestyle Magazine

Our ad in the Visitors Guide was one of the best avenues for bringing in new customers.

PASO ROBLES, Calif. (PRWEB) January 10, 2020
The upcoming Spring 2020 issue of the SLO County Visitors Guide, published by Access Publishing is the 50th edition of this popular guide to things to do in San Luis Obispo County. The tourist magazine is celebrating its 12th anniversary as the #1 travel and lifestyle guide in the county.
The SLO County Visitors Guide features local wine tasting, restaurants, attractions, spas, lodging, shopping, art galleries, museums, golf courses and events throughout its 100-plus pages. A favorite feature for tourists is the comprehensive Paso Robles wine tasting map.
The magazine boasts 120,000 readers around San Luis Obispo County with distribution to over 650 hotels and visitor hot spots. The spring edition is one of the most popular among readers and advertisers.
“The new year is upon us and so are millions of travelers excited to explore San Luis Obispo County. Now is the time to advertise your business to the rush of tourists coming to our county,” says Scott Brennan, publisher of the San Luis Obispo County Visitor’s Guide.
“It’s more than a visitor’s guide, it’s a lifestyle magazine for everyone who enjoys San Luis Obispo County,” says Brennan. “It’s a great time to advertise to the 8 million people who visit the county every year and spend over $1 billion.”
The guide gets great feedback from advertisers. “Our ad in the Visitors Guide was one of the best avenues for bringing in new customers this past year, especially from hotels! Access Publishing does a really nice job developing crisp clear and colorful ads and provides a lot of great descriptions of our Central Coast Communities. Great investment for your business!” – Susan Stewart, Beads By The Bay, Morro Bay.
Scott and Beth Brennan of Paso Robles started the magazine in 2007 with the vision of offering tourists a complete guide to the county. It’s organized into city sections with a dedicated wine section featuring wineries throughout the county. Filled with beautiful photography, in-depth articles, detailed maps and “Favorite Places” recommendations, the SLO County Visitors Guide is the favorite of locals, businesses, and tourists.
The SLO County Visitors Guide covers San Luis Obispo, Avila Beach, Pismo Beach, Shell Beach, Oceano, Arroyo Grande, Nipomo, Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria, San Simeon, Santa Margarita, Atascadero, Templeton, Paso Robles and San Miguel.
Access Publishing is preparing its spring edition now, marking the 50th edition of the quarterly guide. For information about featuring your business and advertising, call Access Publishing today and ask for the New Year’s Special Offer.
Access Publishing, providing local business marketing solutions, is a local leader in online marketing, Internet advertising, local search engine optimization, web design, article writing and graphic design. Access Publishing creates magazines, guides and directories in San Luis Obispo County CA. Access Publishing is also the local news leader with daily online issues of the Paso Robles Daily News and A-Town Daily News.
Access Publishing806 9th St #2DPaso Robles, CA 93446(805) 226-9890

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Tamari Law Group, LLC ranked by Benchmark Litigation in 2020 edition

Tamari Law Group, LLC has once again been recognized as a leading litigation firm in the 2020 edition of Benchmark Litigation: The Definitive Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms & Attorneys.(PRWeb January 06, 2020)Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/tamari_law_group_llc_ranked_by_benchmark_litigation_in_2020_edition/prweb16814358.htm