Global Self-service Kiosk Market 2017 Industry Key Players, Share, Trend, Segmentation, Analysis & Forecast to 2022

Global Self-service Kiosk Market 2017

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PUNE, INDIA, October 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Self-service Kiosk Market

This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As a Detailed Analysis report, it covers all details inside analysis and opinion in Self-service Kiosk industry.

This report splits Self-service Kiosk market By Product Type, By Installation, which covers the history data information from 2012 to 2016 and forecast from 2017 to 2022.

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This report focuses Global market, it covers details as following:

Major Companies 
NCR Corporation (U.S.) 
Kontron (Germany) 
Wincor Nixdorf (Germany) 
Meridian (U.S.) 
UNICUM (Russia) 
Liskom (Russia) 
Kiosk Innova (Turkey) 
Electronic Art (U.S.) 
IBM (U.S.) 
SlabbKiosks (U.S.)

Main Regions 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Latin America 
Mexico 
Brazil 
Argentina 
Others 
Europe 
Germany 
United Kingdom 
France 
Italy 
Spain 
Russia 
Netherland 
Others 
Asia & Pacific 
China 
Japan 
India 
Korea 
Australia 
Southeast Asia 
Indonesia 
Thailand 
Philippines 
Vietnam 
Singapore 
Malaysia 
Others 
Africa & Middle East 
South Africa 
Egypt 
Turkey 
Saudi Arabia 
Iran 
Others

Main Product Type 
Self-service Kiosk Market, by Product Type 
Financial Services Kiosk 
Photo Kiosk 
Ticketing Kiosk 
Vending Kiosk 
Others 
Self-service Kiosk Market, by Installation 
Indoor Kiosk 
Outdoor Kiosk

Main Applications 
Retail 
Financial Services 
Hospitality 
Public Sector 
Travel 
Food Industry 
Other

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Table of Contents-Key Points Covered

Global Self-service Kiosk Detailed Analysis Report 2017-2022 
Chapter One Self-service Kiosk Market Overview 
1.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Market Sales Volume Revenue and Price 2012-2022 
1.2 Self-service Kiosk, By Product Type 2012-2022 
1.2.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Sales Market Share by Product Type 2012-2022 
1.2.2 Global Self-service Kiosk Revenue Market Share by Product Type 2012-2022 
1.2.3 Global Self-service Kiosk Price by Product Type 2012-2022 
1.2.4 Financial Services Kiosk 
1.2.5 Photo Kiosk 
1.2.6 Ticketing Kiosk 
1.2.7 Vending Kiosk 
1.2.8 Others 
1.3 Self-service Kiosk, by Installation 2012-2022 
1.3.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Sales Market Share by Installation 2012-2022 
1.3.2 Global Self-service Kiosk Revenue Market Share by Installation 2012-2022 
1.3.3 Global Self-service Kiosk Price by Installation 2012-2022 
1.3.4 Indoor Kiosk 
1.3.5 Outdoor Kiosk

Chapter Two Self-service Kiosk by Regions 2012-2017 
2.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Sales Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.2 Global Self-service Kiosk Revenue Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.3 Global Self-service Kiosk Price by Regions 2012-2017 
2.4 North America 
2.4.1 United States 
2.4.2 Canada 
2.5 Latin America 
2.5.1 Mexico 
2.5.2 Brazil 
2.5.3 Argentina 
2.5.4 Others in Latin America 
2.6 Europe 
2.6.1 Germany 
2.6.2 United Kingdom 
2.6.3 France 
2.6.4 Italy 
2.6.5 Spain 
2.6.6 Russia 
2.6.7 Netherland 
2.6.8 Others in Europe 
2.7 Asia & Pacific 
2.7.1 China 
2.7.2 Japan 
2.7.3 India 
2.7.4 Korea 
2.7.5 Australia 
2.7.6 Southeast Asia 
2.7.6.1 Indonesia 
2.7.6.2 Thailand 
2.7.6.3 Philippines 
2.7.6.4 Vietnam 
2.7.6.5 Singapore 
2.7.6.6 Malaysia 
2.7.6.7 Others in Southeast Asia 
2.8 Africa & Middle East 
2.8.1 South Africa 
2.8.2 Egypt 
2.8.3 Turkey 
2.8.4 Saudi Arabia 
2.8.5 Iran 
2.8.6 Others in Africa & Middle East

Chapter Three Self-service Kiosk by Players 2012-2017 
3.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Sales Volume Market Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.2 Global Self-service Kiosk Revenue Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.3 Global Top Players Self-service Kiosk Key Product Model and Market Performance 
3.4 Global Top Players Self-service Kiosk Key Target Consumers and Market Performance

Chapter Four Self-service Kiosk by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.1 Global Self-service Kiosk Sales Market Share by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.2 Retail 
4.3 Financial Services 
4.4 Hospitality 
4.5 Public Sector 
4.6 Travel 
4.7 Food Industry 
4.8 Other 
4.9 Consuming Habit and Preference

Continued……

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Cosmetic Global Market 2017 Key Players,Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

Global Cosmetic Market

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PUNE, INDIA, October 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Cosmetic Market

This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As a Detailed Analysis report, it covers all details inside analysis and opinion in Cosmetic industry.

This report splits Cosmetic market By Gender, By Effect Classification, By Dosage Classification, By Functional Classification, By Suitable for Skin, which covers the history data information from 2012 to 2016 and forecast from 2017 to 2022.

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This report focuses Global market, it covers details as following:

Major Companies 
L'OREAL(France) 
OLAY(US) 
Maybelline(US) 
Herborist(China) 
NIVEA(Germany) 
Missha(Korea) 
Pechoin(China) 
LANEIGE(Korea) 
INOHERB(China) 
KANS(China) 
LaMer(US) 
Helena Rubinstein(Australia) 
EsteeLauder(US) 
SK-II(Japan) 
LANCOME(France) 
Guerlain(France) 
Clarins(France) 
Sulwhasoo(Korea) 
WHOO(Korea) 
ElizabethArden(US) 
sisley(France) 
MaxFactor(US) 
BobbiBrown(US) 
Clinique(US) 
SHISEIDO(Japan) 
M.A.C(Canada) 
Biotherm(France) 
IPSA(Japan) 
ShuUemra(Japan) 
Avene(France)

Main Regions 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Latin America 
Mexico 
Brazil 
Argentina 
Others 
Europe 
Germany 
United Kingdom 
France 
Italy 
Spain 
Russia 
Netherland 
Others 
Asia & Pacific 
China 
Japan 
India 
Korea 
Australia 
Southeast Asia 
Indonesia 
Thailand 
Philippines 
Vietnam 
Singapore 
Malaysia 
Others 
Africa & Middle East 
South Africa 
Egypt 
Turkey 
Saudi Arabia 
Iran 
Others

Main Product Type 
Cosmetic Market, by Gender 
Female 
Male 
General 
Others 
Cosmetic Market, by Effect Classification 
Clean Type 
Skin Care Type 
Basic Type 
Beauty Type 
Efficacy Type 
Cosmetic Market, by Dosage Classification 
Liquid 
Emulsion 
Powder 
Block 
Oily 
Cosmetic Market, by Functional Classification 
Hair Supplies 
Skin Care Products 
Cosmetics 
Finger Nail Supplies 
Aromatic Products 
Cosmetic Market, by Suitable for Skin 
Any Skin 
Oily 
Dry 
Sensitivity 
Others

Main Applications 
Skin with Cosmetics 
Hair Cosmetics 
Beauty Cosmetics 
Special Function Cosmetics

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Table of Contents-Key Points Covered

Global Cosmetic Detailed Analysis Report 2017-2022 
Chapter One Cosmetic Market Overview 
1.1 Global Cosmetic Market Sales Volume Revenue and Price 2012-2022 
1.2 Cosmetic, By Gender 2012-2022 
1.2.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Gender 2012-2022 
1.2.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Gender 2012-2022 
1.2.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Gender 2012-2022 
1.2.4 Female 
1.2.5 Male 
1.2.6 General 
1.2.7 Others 
1.3 Cosmetic, by Effect Classification 2012-2022 
1.3.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Effect Classification 2012-2022 
1.3.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Effect Classification 2012-2022 
1.3.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Effect Classification 2012-2022 
1.3.4 Clean Type 
1.3.5 Skin Care Type 
1.3.6 Basic Type 
1.3.7 Beauty Type 
1.3.8 Efficacy Type 
1.4 Cosmetic, by Dosage Classification 2012-2022 
1.4.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Dosage Classification 2012-2022 
1.4.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Dosage Classification 2012-2022 
1.4.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Dosage Classification 2012-2022 
1.4.4 Liquid 
1.4.5 Emulsion 
1.4.6 Powder 
1.4.7 Block 
1.4.8 Oily 
1.5 Cosmetic, by Functional Classification 2012-2022 
1.5.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Functional Classification 2012-2022 
1.5.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Functional Classification 2012-2022 
1.5.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Functional Classification 2012-2022 
1.5.4 Hair Supplies 
1.5.5 Skin Care Products 
1.5.6 Cosmetics 
1.5.7 Finger Nail Supplies 
1.5.8 Aromatic Products 
1.6 Cosmetic, by Suitable for Skin 2012-2022 
1.6.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Suitable for Skin 2012-2022 
1.6.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Suitable for Skin 2012-2022 
1.6.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Suitable for Skin 2012-2022 
1.6.4 Any Skin 
1.6.5 Oily 
1.6.6 Dry 
1.6.7 Sensitivity 
1.6.8 Others

Chapter Two Cosmetic by Regions 2012-2017 
2.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.3 Global Cosmetic Price by Regions 2012-2017 
2.4 North America 
2.4.1 United States 
2.4.2 Canada 
2.5 Latin America 
2.5.1 Mexico 
2.5.2 Brazil 
2.5.3 Argentina 
2.5.4 Others in Latin America 
2.6 Europe 
2.6.1 Germany 
2.6.2 United Kingdom 
2.6.3 France 
2.6.4 Italy 
2.6.5 Spain 
2.6.6 Russia 
2.6.7 Netherland 
2.6.8 Others in Europe 
2.7 Asia & Pacific 
2.7.1 China 
2.7.2 Japan 
2.7.3 India 
2.7.4 Korea 
2.7.5 Australia 
2.7.6 Southeast Asia 
2.7.6.1 Indonesia 
2.7.6.2 Thailand 
2.7.6.3 Philippines 
2.7.6.4 Vietnam 
2.7.6.5 Singapore 
2.7.6.6 Malaysia 
2.7.6.7 Others in Southeast Asia 
2.8 Africa & Middle East 
2.8.1 South Africa 
2.8.2 Egypt 
2.8.3 Turkey 
2.8.4 Saudi Arabia 
2.8.5 Iran 
2.8.6 Others in Africa & Middle East

Chapter Three Cosmetic by Players 2012-2017 
3.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Volume Market Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.2 Global Cosmetic Revenue Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.3 Global Top Players Cosmetic Key Product Model and Market Performance 
3.4 Global Top Players Cosmetic Key Target Consumers and Market Performance

Chapter Four Cosmetic by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.1 Global Cosmetic Sales Market Share by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.2 Skin with Cosmetics 
4.3 Hair Cosmetics 
4.4 Beauty Cosmetics 
4.5 Special Function Cosmetics 
4.6 Consuming Habit and Preference

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Soluble Coffee Global Market 2017 Key Players,Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

Global Soluble Coffee Market

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PUNE, INDIA, October 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Soluble Coffee Market

This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and also their price change details. As a Detailed Analysis report, it covers all details inside analysis and opinion in Soluble Coffee industry.

This report splits Soluble Coffee market By Taste, By Packaging, which covers the history data information from 2012 to 2016 and forecast from 2017 to 2022.

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This report focuses Global market, it covers details as following:

Major Companies 
Gloria Jean‘s Coffees(AU) 
Newman‘s Own(US) 
American Minos Coffee(US) 
Starbucks(US) 
Hershyy’s(US) 
Kirkland Signature(US) 
Swiss Miss(US) 
Maxwell(US) 
UCC(JP) 
MMC(JP) 
Biohouse(JP) 
OWL (Vietnamese) 
G7(Vietnamese) 
AIK CHEONG(Malaysia) 
O Lagenda (Malaysia) 
Super(Malaysia) 
OLD TOWN(Malaysia) 
Nestle(Switzerland) 
Legal(FR) 
Bannia(FR) 
GRANDOS(DE) 
ILLY(IT) 
LAVAZZA(IT) 
Mixpresso Coffee(IT) 
KIMBO(IT) 
Cadbury(UK) 
Costa(IT) 
HOGOOD(CN))

Main Regions 
North America 
United States 
Canada 
Latin America 
Mexico 
Brazil 
Argentina 
Others 
Europe 
Germany 
United Kingdom 
France 
Italy 
Spain 
Russia 
Netherland 
Others 
Asia & Pacific 
China 
Japan 
India 
Korea 
Australia 
Southeast Asia 
Indonesia 
Thailand 
Philippines 
Vietnam 
Singapore 
Malaysia 
Others 
Africa & Middle East 
South Africa 
Egypt 
Turkey 
Saudi Arabia 
Iran 
Others

Main Product Type 
Soluble Coffee Market, by Taste 
Original Taste 
Fragrant 
Sugar-Free 
Mocha 
Soluble Coffee Market, by Packaging 
Bag 
Maple 
Bottled 
Canned

Main Applications 
Refresh the Brain 
Strengthening Bones and Muscles 
Appetizing Food 
Dehumidification

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Table of Contents-Key Points Covered

Global Soluble Coffee Detailed Analysis Report 2017-2022 
Chapter One Soluble Coffee Market Overview 
1.1 Global Soluble Coffee Market Sales Volume Revenue and Price 2012-2022 
1.2 Soluble Coffee, By Taste 2012-2022 
1.2.1 Global Soluble Coffee Sales Market Share by Taste 2012-2022 
1.2.2 Global Soluble Coffee Revenue Market Share by Taste 2012-2022 
1.2.3 Global Soluble Coffee Price by Taste 2012-2022 
1.2.4 Original Taste 
1.2.5 Fragrant 
1.2.6 Sugar-Free 
1.2.7 Mocha 
1.3 Soluble Coffee, by Packaging 2012-2022 
1.3.1 Global Soluble Coffee Sales Market Share by Packaging 2012-2022 
1.3.2 Global Soluble Coffee Revenue Market Share by Packaging 2012-2022 
1.3.3 Global Soluble Coffee Price by Packaging 2012-2022 
1.3.4 Bag 
1.3.5 Maple 
1.3.6 Bottled 
1.3.7 Canned

Chapter Two Soluble Coffee by Regions 2012-2017 
2.1 Global Soluble Coffee Sales Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.2 Global Soluble Coffee Revenue Market Share by Regions 2012-2017 
2.3 Global Soluble Coffee Price by Regions 2012-2017 
2.4 North America 
2.4.1 United States 
2.4.2 Canada 
2.5 Latin America 
2.5.1 Mexico 
2.5.2 Brazil 
2.5.3 Argentina 
2.5.4 Others in Latin America 
2.6 Europe 
2.6.1 Germany 
2.6.2 United Kingdom 
2.6.3 France 
2.6.4 Italy 
2.6.5 Spain 
2.6.6 Russia 
2.6.7 Netherland 
2.6.8 Others in Europe 
2.7 Asia & Pacific 
2.7.1 China 
2.7.2 Japan 
2.7.3 India 
2.7.4 Korea 
2.7.5 Australia 
2.7.6 Southeast Asia 
2.7.6.1 Indonesia 
2.7.6.2 Thailand 
2.7.6.3 Philippines 
2.7.6.4 Vietnam 
2.7.6.5 Singapore 
2.7.6.6 Malaysia 
2.7.6.7 Others in Southeast Asia 
2.8 Africa & Middle East 
2.8.1 South Africa 
2.8.2 Egypt 
2.8.3 Turkey 
2.8.4 Saudi Arabia 
2.8.5 Iran 
2.8.6 Others in Africa & Middle East

Chapter Three Soluble Coffee by Players 2012-2017 
3.1 Global Soluble Coffee Sales Volume Market Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.2 Global Soluble Coffee Revenue Share by Players 2012-2017 
3.3 Global Top Players Soluble Coffee Key Product Model and Market Performance 
3.4 Global Top Players Soluble Coffee Key Target Consumers and Market Performance

Chapter Four Soluble Coffee by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.1 Global Soluble Coffee Sales Market Share by Consumer 2012-2017 
4.2 Refresh the Brain 
4.3 Strengthening Bones and Muscles 
4.4 Appetizing Food 
4.5 Dehumidification 
4.6 Consuming Habit and Preference

Continued…..

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FIDGET CLIX Introduces a Revolutionary New Hand Held Device That Makes Your Day a Little Easier.

FIDGET CLIX Original feel good in your hand.

FIDGET CLIX Original feel good in your hand.

FIDGET CLIX lineup, Original, Casino and Carbon

FIDGET CLIX LINEUP Original, Casino and Carbon

FIDGET CLIX on a walk

FIDGET CLIX on a walk

Designed and manufactured by a team of experienced innovators, FIDGET CLIX catch your eye with their simple beauty and become part of your everyday carry (EDC).

Fiddling helps us to relax and to think. Fidgets are valuable for reducing anxiety and increasing sensory integration. FIDGET CLIX are appealing to everyone from 8 to 80 and everyone in between.”

— Suzanne Pregerson, Licensed Family Therapist

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — ​​​By using Kickstarter's crowdfunding platform to launch its worldwide debut, FIDGET CLIX anticipates rapid momentum and interest in its uniquely beautiful line of fidgets.

Designed and manufactured in the San Francisco Bay Area by a team of experienced innovators, FIDGET CLIX catch your eye with their simple beauty and become part of your everyday carry (EDC).

FIDGET CLIX affords a welcome distraction from the stress of today's demanding life.Whether it is tapping your finger, twirling a pencil, clicking a pen or attacking an unsuspecting paper clip, people are attracted to simple, repetitive motion that enables them to distract their attention just enough to focus fully on the task at hand. With its roots in ancient civilizations, fidgeting is something people do. FIDGET CLIX may prove to be the ultimate solution to this age-old desire.

A device that easily fits in your hand and can be put away just about anywhere is the key. FIDGET CLIX easily fit in your pocket or bag from where they can be simply held, or rolled around, engaging all of your fingers simultaneously, allowing for a meditative and more present mind. FIDGET CLIX are designed to appeal to fidgeters and non-fidgeters alike.

"Fiddling helps us to relax and to think. Fidget toys are valuable tools for reducing anxiety and increasing sensory integration. And these FIDGET CLIX are appealing to everyone… younger than 8, older than 80 and everyone in between" -Suzanne Pregerson, Licensed Family Therapist

Rare earth magnets are set into each face of the FIDGET CLIX, attracting each other with a satisfying “click”. This also ensures the pair will not leave each other’s side.

There are three distinct versions of FIDGET CLIX; comforting polished resin, tactile red translucent acetate, and seductive solid carbon fiber, respectfully named Original, Casino and Carbon.

FIDGET CLIX are extremely durable and virtually indestructible, can be taken anywhere, fit anywhere and do not require batteries or maintenance.

Once you stop staring at them, you can’t put them down.

FIDGET CLIX – THE MAGNETIC ATTRACTION, BETWEEN CONCENTRATION AND DISTRACTION.

For more information, please contact the FIDGET CLIX gurus at www.fidgetclix.com, check out their Kickstarter campaign OR email info@fidgetclix.com to receive your very own pair for review.

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Indonesia : Mixed Reactions to Eased Textile Imports

Manufacturers warn that it would lead to unfair competition between foreign and local textile suppliers

JAKARTA, JAVA, INDONESIA, October 26, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Indonesian Association of Synthetic Fiber Producers (APSyFI) has opposed the proposed relaxation of restrictions on the import of textiles, warning that it would lead to unfair competition between foreign and local textile suppliers, as the latter still suffers from high production costs such as high gas prices and wages.

This was reported in the Jakarta Post in an article by Stefani Ribka on 17 October 2017. http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/10/17/mixed-reactions-eased-textile-imports.html

From an industrial point of view, this would lead to unfair competition as the local textile industry is burdened with higher production costs compared to other countries like India, China, and Bangladesh. “The impact is (garment) producers who usually used local textile could shift to import materials,” said APSyFI executive member Prama Yudha Amdan. Any decline in local textile use consequently leads to decline in factories’ utility rate.

APSyFI data shows local industry utility rate plunged last year due to high production costs. National fibers producing plants utility rate dropped to 81% from 83.8% (2015), yarn plants to 76,7% from 79% and fabrics to 52.6% from 54.5%. Only the utility rate of garment plants increased to 80% from 75.7%

The textile producers demanded that the government continue the Finance Ministry’s strict monitoring on high-risk bulk import practice (PIBT) (Penertiban Importir Berisiko Tinggi) that has shown positive results in the form of declining imports.

Textile upstream industry utility rate has increased by 10% to 15% during PIBT’s implementation, APSyFI recorded.

The intention to simplify import procedure was meant to help small and medium manufacturers (IKMs) in getting raw materials.

“But now, why does the government allow traders to also import? This raises a question: does the government want to make Indonesia a country of importers or an industrial country?” Yudha said.

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CCHR Florida Takes Action in Response to Alarming Increase in Baker Acts

Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida

CCHR Florida is a non-profit mental health watchdog that exposes human rights violations and is dedicated to the protection of children.

There were 194,354 involuntary psychiatric examinations in Florida, commonly referred to as a Baker Act, in 2016, which was more than a 105%, increase from 2001

With the number of people Baker Acted in Florida more than doubling from 2001 to 2016 there is a real need for people to have a Psychiatric Advance Directive in place.”

— Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health, is hosting a month long open house to promote the use of Advance Mental Health Directives in recognition of Mental Health Screening Month at their center located at 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave in downtown Clearwater.

Florida is one of only 25 states in the country that has a law in placing permitting a person to execute an Advance Mental Health Directive also referred to as a Psychiatric Advance Directive or PAD. [1] [2] Similar to an Advance Health Care Directive, a PAD allows a person to dictate what types of treatments they wish to receive or not receive in the event of a mental health crisis.

However, according to a recent study the majority of adults in the United States don't have any type of directive in place leaving their health care decisions up to others in the event of an emergency. [3]

“With the number of people Baker Acted in Florida doubling from 2001 to 2016 there is a real need for people to have a Psychiatric Advance Directive in place and CCHR is bringing attention to this important issue during Mental Health Screening Month,” stated Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida.

In a report from the Florida Baker Act Reporting Center released earlier this year, there were 194,354 involuntary psychiatric examinations, commonly referred to as a Baker Act, in 2016, which was more than a 105%, increase from 2001. In response the Florida chapter of CCHR is inviting anyone interested in learning more about Advance Mental Health Directives to come to their center where they can not only learn more but also obtain a template that can be used to create a PAD. [4]
For more information on Advance Mental Health Directives or to better understand the mental health law and a persons rights under this law please call 727-442-8820 or visit www.cchrflorida.org.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. It was L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, who brought the terror of psychiatric imprisonment to the notice of the world. In March 1969, he said, “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health.’”

[1] Psychiatric Advance Directives (PAD) nami.org/Learn-More/Mental-Health-Public-Policy/Psychiatric-Advance-Directives-(PAD)
[2] Ten commonly asked questions about PAD's for Florida nrc-pad.org/states/florida-faq
[3] Approximately One In Three American Adults Completes Any Type Of Advance Directive For End-Of-Life Care content.healthaffairs.org/content/36/7/1244.abstract
[4] The Baker Act Fiscal Year 2015/2016 Annual Report usf.edu/cbcs/baker-act/documents/annual_report.pdf

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vSpin/Spiegelau Wins 2018 German Design Award

Premium Wine Aeration System Recognized for Design Excellence

BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bevstir Innovations Inc., manufacturers of the vSpin premium active wine decanting system, today announced that it has been awarded the prestigious 2018 German Design Award. The German Design council acknowledges companies who generate added brand value through design and has recognized vSpin for its pioneering contributions to the German and international consumer product design landscape.

Only contributions that have been nominated by the "Design Innovation Product Scouting" panel of the German Design Council or by its foundation members are allowed to compete for the German Design Award. The highly esteemed, international jury identifies and presents unique design trends: a competition that advances the design-oriented scene.

The vSpin/Spiegelau active wine decanting system significantly simplifies the art of aeration and decanting. Such performance arises from the product’s patented and pending methodology, which creates a gentle and silent wine vortex. As a result, the surface area of the wine is increased in a controlled and continuous manner. By accelerating oxygenation, the vSpin active wine decanting system mellows the harsh tannin textures. At the same time, it releases the wine’s subtle flavor. vSpin users enjoy enhanced aroma, a richer bouquet and exceptional visual presentation with a full bloom.

“We are honored that Bevstir Innovations Inc.’s vSpin has been awarded the 2018 German Design Award,” commented Charn Rai, founder of Bevstir Innovations Inc. “vSpin is a combination of new-world functionality and old-world elegance and we are pleased that the German Design council shares our goal in providing consumers with products that not only work extremely well, but add a degree of elegant design to their surroundings.”

Wine enthusiasts and every dining establishment with a grand wine list who want to unleash the full-bodied flavor, aroma and bloom of their favorite vino in less time can learn more about the vSpin active decanting system online at http://www.vspin.us.

About vSpin
The vSpin active decanting system finally allows wine drinkers to experience a fully open wine at the dining table in less than 5 minutes. The product’s patented and pending technology creates a gentle vortex in the decanter; it ‘spins’ the wine, exposing more of the wine to air. vSpin’s mission is to improve the wine experience substantially and change wine service forever at home and at fine dining establishments. For more information, please visit http://www.vspin.us.

Kristyn Moll
Avalon Communications
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Quality estate items, important Southwestern and Native American artworks, more at Auction Life, Nov. 12th in Florida

Oil on canvas painting by Lunda Hoyle Gill (Am., 1928-2003), titled Following My Father’s Footsteps.

Oil on canvas kachina-themed triptych by Tom Perkinson (Am., b. 1940), titled The Creation.

Acrylic on canvas painting by William Cather Hook (Am., b. 1948), titled Studio Garden.

Stunning 18kt gold emerald Mikimoto pearl necklace and bracelet set.

Beautiful Frederick Elkington heavy gauge, sterling silver service, made in 1881.

Quality items from prominent living estates and 20 pieces of original Native American, American and Southwestern art by listed artists will headline the sale.

To fans of the genre (Native American and Southwestern artworks), this is a rare opportunity to add valuable pieces to a collection.”

— Tarek ElJabaly

LOXAHATCHEE, FL, UNITED STATES, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — LOXAHATCHEE, Fla. – Quality items pulled from a pair of prominent living estates, around 20 pieces of original Native American, American and Southwestern art by noted, listed artists, and Part 3 of property from the estate of Holocaust survivor Edith Alexander (1922-2016) will come up for bid on Sunday, Nov. 12th, by Auction Life, online and in Loxahatchee, at 1 pm Eastern.

This will be primarily be an online auction, with limited seating available for live bidders and an RSVP required. Online bidding will be available via Liveauctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, Auctionzip.com and eBay Live. Phone and absentee bids will be taken. A preview will be held auction day from 11 am-1 pm Eastern. The Auction Life website is www.auctionlifeflorida.com.

Featured items will include a large pair of Lalique crystal Versailles vases, an 1871 Stephen Smith English sterling silver teapot, a pair of dore bronze cherubs on dolphin candelabra, an 18th or 19th century French ormolu bronze marble commode, a 19th century Frederick Elkington sterling tea and coffee service, and an 18kt gold emerald Mikimoto pearl necklace-bracelet set.

The group of Native American, American and Southwestern original artworks are from dedicated lifetime collectors – a husband and wife team – who traveled the United States in the 1980s and ‘90s, purchasing works from notable galleries. The husband has passed away, and the wife has consigned their treasured collection, which comes with great provenance and original receipts.

A small fortune was spent assembling the collection, which includes original works by artists such as Carl Hantman, John A. Bruce, Lunda Hoyle Gill, Tom Perkinson, Fran Larsen, David Flitner, William Cather Hook, Tim Washburn, Thomas DeDecker, Randall Blaze, Craig Dan Goseyun, Ted Goerschner, John Cox and Loren Wills. They will appeal to a targeted audience.

“Many of these artists’ names won’t be recognizable to most people,” said Tarek ElJabaly, the owner and auctioneer of Auction Life, “but to fans of the genre this is a rare opportunity to add valuable pieces to a collection. The couple’s dream was to move out west and enjoy their collection, but his death prevented that from happening and she decided to stay in Florida.”

This is the third Auction Life sale featuring items from Edith Alexander, who was born Edith Reich in Czechoslovakia, the daughter of a Jewish crystal and glass merchant. She was living the carefree life of a beautiful young 21-year-old dental assistant when Nazis invaded during World War II. She was separated from her mother, who she never saw again, and spent the rest of the war in forced labor at three concentration camps. Ms. Alexander passed away just this past year.

The expected top lot from the Alexander items is the 18kt gold emerald Mikimoto pearl necklace and bracelet (est. $5,000-$7,000). It was a gift from her husband, Dr. Ladislav Alexander, who purchased a rope-length single strand of Mikimoto pearls from a Japanese wholesaler. He pulled the best pearl from the strand and then Edith later had it made into the necklace and bracelet set.

The Frederick Elkington heavy gauge, sterling silver service, made in 1881, includes a coffee pot, teapot, large sugar and large creamer, with a total weight of around 150 ozt. (est. $2,000-$6,000). The Stephen Smith sterling silver teapot, hallmarked in London in 1871, is in the Cellini style, named after the 16th century Florentine silversmith Benvenuto Cellini (est. $1,000-$3,000).

The pair of French Lalique crystal Versailles vases, each one 13 ¾ inches tall and weighing 20 pounds, are urn-formed, with a frosted band of grapevine motif, having a foot with carved palm leaves (est. $2,000-$4,000). The pair of dore bronze cherub on dolphin candelabra, each one 20 inches tall, boasts an intricate floral influenced wave form design throughout (est. $500-$1,000).

The late 18th or early 19th century French ormolu bronze marble commode is a beautiful chest of drawers with thick molded marble top and ormolu mounts and applique throughout (est. $500-$1,500). Also for sale is an unsigned but nicely framed, gorgeous antique landscape scene with a river and figures, having a round viewing area, 27 inches by 27 inches framed (est. $200-$600).

Dave Blyth is a world-famous Ferrari artist whose work has been commissioned by Burt Reynolds, Don Johnson, Chris Rhea and numerous Formula 1 racers. The auction features two mixed media photo realism paintings of Ferraris by Blyth, both with estimates of $1,000-$3,000. Both are framed – one measures 36 ½ inches by 49 inches and the other 39 inches by 49 inches.

Auction Life’s team of consulting specialists has over 50 years’ of combined experience in the fields of estate jewelry, fine art, sterling silver, diamonds and antiques. Tarek Jabaly has been heavily involved in the South Florida auction industry for years, as an auctioneer, estate buyer, manager, auction coordinator and consignor liaison. Au4538.

Auction Life, Inc. is currently seeking quality consignments for future auctions. To inquire about selling an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (561) 757-1551; or, you can e-mail them at auctionlifeflorida@gmail.com. To learn more about Auction Life, Inc. and the auction on Sunday, Nov. 12, in Boca Raton, Fla., visit www.AuctionLifeFlorida.com.

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Tarek ElJabaly
Auction Life, Inc.
(561) 757-1551
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Alpine 4's subsidiary Venture West Energy Services (VWES) has secured several new MSA’s with national oil companies.

Venture West Energy Services adds several new MSA's for $3 Million worth of new production work

(OTCQB:ALPP)

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wednesday, October 25, 2017– Alpine 4 Technologies’ (OTCQB:ALPP) subsidiary, Venture West Energy Services (VWES), has secured several new MSA's worth an estimated three million dollars for oilfield work in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas. VWES headquartered in Oklahoma City, provides water transfer services while the oil company is fracking a well. It also provides 24/7 flow back services after the well is active to assure flow pressures and gas, oil and water mixtures are to petroleum engineers specifications. VWES is well equipped and can serve small and large volume customers.

VWES has provided oilfield services to their customers in Oklahoma and Texas since 2011.

Terry Protto, VP of Portfolio Management of Alpine 4 stated the following, "A key milestone in the success of an oilfield services company like VWES is to see new customers come into the fold. VWES can facilitate new, emerging companies as well as established multinationals. VWES is proud to help them produce resources for the world.”

Mr. Rob Porter has this to say "With the addition of these MSA's, VWES has already begun providing its services to these companies and expects to increase its market share over the next 6 months in Oklahoma and Texas".

About Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd.
Alpine 4 is a publicly held enterprise with business-related endeavors in Automotive Technologies, Electronics Manufacturing, Software and Data Technologies and Oilfield Services.
 
Four principles at the core of our business are: Synergy. Innovation. Drive. Excellence. At Alpine 4, we believe synergistic innovation drives excellence. By anchoring these words to our combined experience and capabilities, we are able to aggressively pursue opportunities within and across vertical markets. We deliver solutions that not only drive industry standards, but increase value for our shareholders.

Alpine 4: Ian Kantrowitz, Director of Investor Relations – iank@alpine4.com

VWES: Mr. Rob Porter President: rporter@vwesvs.com

Forward-Looking Statements:
The information disclosed in this press release is made as of the date hereof and reflects Alpine 4 most current assessment of its historical financial performance. Actual financial results filed with the SEC may differ from those contained herein due to timing delays between the date of this release and confirmation of final audit results. These forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements including, without limitation, the risks, uncertainties, including the uncertainties surrounding the current market volatility, and other factors the Company identifies from time to time in its filings with the SEC. Although Alpine 4 believes that the assumptions on which these forward-looking statements are based are reasonable, any of those assumptions could prove to be inaccurate and, as a result, the forward-looking statements based on those assumptions also could be incorrect. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements contained in this release are made as of the date hereof, and Alpine 4 disclaims any intention or obligation to update the forward-looking statements for subsequent events.

Terry Protto
Alpine 4 Technologies
855-777-0077
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Westwood Village Welcomes Lollicup Fresh for their Grand Opening

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Los Angeles, Calif., October 25, 2017 – Westwood Village welcomes Lollicup Fresh® for the grand opening of their new location at 1131 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024, on October 26, 2017.

The grand opening will give locals an opportunity to try the boba, selective hot and cold drinks, and entrees for a reduced price; win T-Shirts and other prizes; and meet the mascot Lolli. There will be a grand prize of a month of free boba to a participant who posts the kid-friendly event on social media.

Some of the discounts include $1 boba milk tea and hot earl grey milk tea, $2 tea lemonade (Hawaiian Dance/Strawberry Field), and $3 popcorn chicken.

The Lollicup Fresh brand has become a classic to many of its fans, and is remembered by many as a popular hangout and eatery. It is a pioneer of the United States bubble tea industry and has continued to thrive over the years. The first retail store was opened in San Gabriel, California in 2000 and has become a nationwide franchise.

Why has it been so popular? Co-owner of the Westwood location Andrew Lu talked about what a fun experience Lollicup Fresh brings to the area that is a central spot for UCLA college students, local businesses, and residents, “Music is playing in the background and all the drinks are very colorful and lively. It’s a nice bright looking café style restaurant.” Yu went on to explain what makes them different from other boba or beverage places, “People are usually surprised that we also serve full meals like beef noodle soup as well as the snacks, in addition to the drinks. It is a good value to our customers.”

With the popularity of the franchise, more stores will be opening in neighborhoods nationwide.

About Lollicup Fresh
Based in Chino, CA, Lollicup Fresh is the new evolution of Lollicup Coffee & Tea, serving milk and tea based beverages complemented with tasty, chewy add-ons and addictive snacks and meals. Lollicup Fresh prides itself on continuously providing quality products with a great experience to its customers. For more information or inquiries, contact marketing@lollicup.com. http://lollicupfresh.com

Leah Bergman
Lollicup USA, Inc.
(626) 965-8882
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