The fight for gender equality has been raging for a long time. The fight spans for decades. There have been groups for gender equality. Among the groups is feminism. Even though women have made a huge progress in how they are treated, there is still a long way to go when it comes to equality. Among the things that are being done is getting sites like Wikipedia to recognize women as well as men. A group of editors have gotten together to address the issue of gender equality so that they could both genders could be better represented in the culture. The gender gap is something that they are trying to bridge in Wikipedia with their edit-a-thon.
Learning to create a Wikipedia page is very challenging and can take a lot of time. Many people that make a Wiki page also have other things to take care which does not leave them enough time to deal with the page. Unfortunately, the page is accessible to anyone. As a result, the page could have some unwanted updates that could stay on the page for long periods of time. This is why Get Your Wiki is a good company to recruit in order to not only get the page up, but manage and maintain the page.
Get Your Wiki is filled with Wiki experts for hire that will make sure that the page that is up is going to retain its intended purpose. The client just has to work with the company in order to let them know what exactly they want on the page. Hiring Wiki editors from the Wikipedia editing service Get Your Wiki is also good for dealing with the gender gap. They know how to make sure that the site gives an equal representation of both genders to the user. They will also constantly look over the content provided in order to make sure everything is accurate.
Toronto, ON based Slyce Inc. released it’s figures for it’s 2015 financial year end, which ended on Oct. 31st, 2015. As reported on Yahoo Finance, the company’s revenue increased from $89,803 last year to $1,692,292, which is 1784% increase. While this is encouraging of the company’s growth, they also showed a net loss of $12,069,466. Compared to 2014’s $17,576,576, this is still quite an improvement, and given all of the business acquisitions, a lot of this loss can be attributed to the increase in the company’s sales and marketing initiative.
There were several key expansions to note during the 2015 financial year. A new partnership with Shoes.com, responsible for the shoeme.ca and onlineshoes.com websites, was reached, as well as new contracts agreed upon with Urban Outfitters and Shoe Carnival. Also of note is the company’s expansion on their current partnership with Neiman Marcus.
Several technical accomplishments were also listed during the year, which are looked upon to increase the company’s standing in the field. Along with enhancing their current tech with updated 3-D recognition, as well as increased efficiency of their 2D content management system, several new bullet points were added. Services like Slyce Link and Coupon Author were added to their already existing integrated offerings, as well as presentation of Slyce’s own apps such as Craves and Pounce.
Mark Elfenbein, CEO of Slyce Inc., has stated that the company has learned a lot since its initial foray into commercial operation. Combined with the experience gained, the continued financial growth, and their new investment initiative, Slyce Inc. is looking to continue their positive growth.
Talk Fusion is a video communication company that utilizes the direct selling business model. The company offers video solutions to both companies and individuals because they understand that friends and families like to communicate in a similar way to businesses. While individuals may not want to send sales sheets and facts and figures to their loves ones, they would love to communicate in a more personal way through video and it is always helpful to share memories through video. For businesses, video communication is an amazing tool. They will be able to improve their marketing and better connect with customers. Businesses will also be able to have meetings no matter where they are and it can be seen as a state of the art way to communicate with business partners.
Talk Fusion has a variety of different tools that both businesses and individuals can use. The video chat app allows families who are spread out to keep in touch and it allows businesses to have more face to face discussions. The video email allows people to share memories of their children and it helps businesses to send out personalized emails that are more dynamic to partners. The live meeting tool can be great for families to all talk in one place at the same time or for companies to use as a solution to not having a singular office space. The video newsletter is a great tool for business to market new products or for friends to share their experiences together. And finally the community blog allows communities of friends or professionals to share ideas and grow in a beneficial way together.
Bob Reina founded this organization. He decided to utilize his old experience as a direct seller and give the opportunity to other individuals to be their own boss. So far the company has released the tools and has already had significant success. Soon they will be starting a 30 day free trial so that everyone can see how great the products are first and then purchase them.
As reported by Fierce Wireless, FreedomPop is moving forward with its expansion into Europe markets. 25 new markets are expected to be online by month’s end. Nicholas Constantinopoulos, who is in charge of the company’s international market, is upfront about how the company makes its money. He states simply that FreedomPop is a platform for selling digital services. The profit made for the company is made by selling extra voice, data, or text bundles of 500 MB. This additional data costs only $10.
FreedomPop markets itself as a free Internet and digital phone service, but it is minimal at 200 MB and would only be sufficient for a lightweight user. However, the bundles being sold are low-cost, so it is still cost effective. Recently, FreedomPop began selling hotspots for Internet connections. For $50, a traveler can have The Internet and cellular service without paying excessive roaming fees.
Freemium services are growing more popular with consumers. As Constantinopoulos points out, the customers who convert to FreedomPop, and stay loyal to the company, are up to 80 or 90 percent. And the cost of just providing free service to the customer, with no extras involved, are an acceptable cost of doing business. European vendors are welcoming the diversity of MVNOs, or mobile virtual network operators. This enables MNOs, mobile network operators, a way to achieve growth in a saturated market.
FreedomPop has partnered with Axiata, an Asian telecom group located in Malaysia. Together, the companies are developing products and services which will ultimately be sold in Asia, Europe, and South America. http://www.fiercewireless.com/story/freedompop-launching-25-european-operators-sees-40-euro-customers-buying-se/2016-02-25