Month: January 2018

Waiakea Water to Produce Fully Degradable Bottles

A few years ago, someone investing in selling water would be seen as very lame. Why would anyone want to buy something they can acquire for free? One can simply get water from the multiple taps all over the nation. Currently, the bottled water companies have multiplied, in the stores, you are likely to see

The Basics of Elysium Health

Elysium Health was founded by a trio of Americans: one esteemed scientist and researcher and two established businessmen. The scientist, Dr. Leonard Guarente, is the director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has worked for the institution for over thirty years. He is

Jeunesse Global’s Rapid Growth

Jeunesse is a health company that sells a variety of different products. There are numerous people who enjoy using these products. Not only do the products taste great, but they are effective in helping people lose weight and build muscle. The health industry is growing rapidly. More people than ever want to improve their overall

The Legacy of Louis Chenevert as a Leader

Whenever people think about the legacy of all the Chief Executive Officers of United Technologies Corporation, it is inevitable not to remember Louis Chenevert. It is due to his tremendous achievements that occurred during his service as the CEO of the company. Out of all his performance in the business is the incredible pace he

Doe Deere: Love Of Color

Doe Deere, founder of makeup brand Lime Crime, grew up in Russia, and moved to the US at age 17. Once she moved, she primarily lived in New York City, where she became a musician, and then Los Angeles. Doe Deere has always dreamed big.   Doe Deere spent a number of years in New

The Best Wainscoting Panels for Each Room in Your Home

Each room in your home is unique in terms of size, height, and style. And all homes are different in terms of construction. But more often than not, rooms in most homes share some identical features. Take bathrooms for example. No matter how well they are ventilated, moisture levels are still high. Whether homeowners want