ACC GLOBAL MEDIA features Self Improvement Intervention Coach Erika Rado

ACC GLOBALMEDIA features ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

ACC GLOBALMEDIA features ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

ACC GLOBALMEDIA features ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

ERIKA RADO founder of SPIRIT BIRD INTUITIVE ARTS

Erika Rado Self Improvement Intervention Coach & Founder of Spirit Bird Intuitive Arts to be featured on ACC GLOBAL NEWS on Spirit, Healing & Life Transitions

The amazingly talented Erika Rado has the ability to capture your life stories and emotions & transfer them to a work of Art so incredible that the visual mutates into an empowering energy”

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BELLINGHAM, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Erika Rado & Spirit Bird Intuitive Arts Bellingham, WA
ACC GLOBAL NEWS Interview with Erika Rado, Founder of Spirit Bird Intuitive Arts on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 2020 at 12NOON (12:00 p.m.) EST., Washington
Contact: Erika Rado
Phone: 1 (360)-393-7229
Email:Erika@ErikaRado.Me
Website: WWW.ERIKARADO.ME

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ACC Global News Features Self Improvement Intervention Coach Erika Rado of Spirit Bird Intuitive Arts on Spirit, Soul, Healing & Life Transitions

ACC News Talk Radio Features Erika Rado

Bellingham, WA – Art evokes thought. Art evokes emotion. For the countless number of people that have worked with Erika Rado through her healing art coaching sessions, they will attest that art also evokes and inspires positive change.

For the better part of 30 years, Erika Rado has incorporated in her practice a wildly successful blend of healing techniques. Her career began with licensed massage therapy, grounded in intuition. Her art healing, meditation and energy healing now ride the crest of her long professional development. Whether it’s individual or group sessions, those going through transitional phases, relationship limbo or corporate setbacks, clients engage in Erika’s sessional work and reap the benefits.

The setting of Erika’s art healing sessions is warm and welcoming as clients join her via FaceTime, Zoom, Skype or in person. Erika creates a safe space and paints impressions of the clients. Focused on the client while they observe her painting, it’s simply the presence of the individual that leads to the finished art piece, which is completed through inner vision.

Inspired by her own healing from a tumultuous, narcissistic relationship, Erika combined her diverse strengths in fine art, intuition and innate healing, to create a brand new approach for assisting others through any life turmoil or change. The result is her visionary art healing sessions.

Erika’s art sessions aid in understanding the questions and solutions to limiting behavior and blockages that are keeping people from living to their full potential. In one session, the heart and soul of the client is affirmed and guided back on the life path to fulfillment. To ensure that clients are able to continue on this positive path on their own time, revisiting the session experience, Erika provides an audio recording of the discussion of the painting, along with the original artwork created in the session.

“I show people they can feel bold about getting to the answers they seek. There’s no limit to what we can do. Give yourself the opportunity to take back responsibility for what you wish to create in your life. Learn to be your own visionary. You can gain new clarity and grounded enthusiasm for your life,” exclaims Rado.

Erika is releasing a new book about how her art session work came to be and how it can fit perfectly in the process of inner awakening. Erika also has a new world project called the Peaceful Horse Project, inspired by five horses that she has rescued. Erika has various products available now, including a soothing body butter for humans, and Peaceful Horse Lotion, which nurtures healing skin and acts as a stress reliever for horses in transition.

Erika Rado will be featured on ACC News Talk Radio on Thursday, February 20th at 12pm EST. For more information visit www.spiritbirdintuitivearts.com, email erika@erikarado.me or call 360-393-7229.

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Cornerstone Solutions President Rick Asnani Joins Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council

Cornerstone Solutions

Rick Asnani, National Political Strategist and President of Cornerstone Solutions

The Chamber of Commerce Trustee Committee brings business leaders together to meet interesting, thought-provoking speakers and to share ideas

I am honored to join the prestigious Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council.”

— Rick Asnani,

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Rick Asnani, founder, president and chief solutions officer of Cornerstone Solutions, a full-service public affairs and political consulting firm providing communications services, issue management and community relations, announces that he has joined the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council by invitation.

The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council is an exclusive, preferred membership program comprised of executive-level business leaders who share a united vision with the Chamber to further commerce in the community. Trustee Council members have the opportunity to network with decision-makers in the Town of Palm Beach, and influencers across Palm Beach County. Trustee members have exclusive access to programs with speakers on key community, state and national issues, among several other membership benefits and opportunities.

“I am honored to join the prestigious Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council,” said Asnani. “I look forward to sharing my ideas and collaborating with like-minded community leaders and executives on critical topics that affect our community as well as ways to work on critical issues impacting our community and state.”

Asnani joins the following Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce Trustee Council members, board members and board of directors:

Trustee Council Members
*Mr. Ben Alexander, Jones Foster
*Mr. Rick Asnani, Cornerstone Solutions Florida, LLC
*Mr. Roy Assad, The Human Capital Group, LLC
*Ms. Margrit Bessenroth, Salon Margrit
*Mr. Bill Bone, Larmoyeux & Bone
*Mr. John Bowers, TD Bank
*Mr. Philip Braunstein, Wexford Capital, LP
*Mr. Ted Brown, Wilmington Trust
*Mr. James Borynack, Wally Findlay Gallery – Findlay Galleries, Inc.
*Mr. Chris Chase, SunTrust
*Mr. Joe Chase, Gunster
*Mr. Lou Cohen, Caler, Donten, Levine, Cohen, Porter & Veil
*Mr. Peter Cruise, Leroy Collins School of Ethics at FAU
*Ms. Elliot B. Davis, Norton Museum of Art
*Mr. Greg Etimos, Brewster Allen Wichert, Inc.
*Mr. George Ford, Seabreeze Building, LLC
*Ms. Suzanne Frisbie, The Frisbie Group
*Dr. Robin Ganzert, American Humane
*Mr. Jamie Gordon, Crystal Alliant Private Client
*Ms. Caroline Harless, Harless & Associates, CPAs
*Mr. Dale Hedrick, Hedrick Brothers Construction
*Mr. Tom Kirchhoff, Thomas M. Kirchhoff, AIA
*Ms. Patricia Lebow, Nelson, Mullens, Broad & Cassel
*Mr. Paul Leone, The Breakers Palm Beach
*Ms. Patricia Mahaney, Community Leader
*Mr. David McClymont, Palm Beach Symphony
*Ms. Judy Mitchell, Kravis Center
*Ms. Julia Murphy, Compass Community Center
*Mr. Harvey Oyer, Shutts & Bowen LLP
*Ms. Alexandra Patterson, UpMarket/The Royal
*Ms. Virginia Philip, Virginia Philip Wine Spirits & Academy
*Mr. Grier Pressly, Pressly, Pressly, Randolph & Pressly
*Ms. Vicki Pugh, Palm Beach Atlantic University
*Mr. Richard Rampell, Rampell Division of MBAF
*Mr. Cater Randolph, Mettler, Randolph, Massey, Ferguson, Carroll & Sterlacci P.L.
*Ms. Pam Rauch, Florida Power & Light
*Mr. David Renna, The Breakers Palm Beach
*Mr. Bill Shepherd, Holland & Knight
*Mr. Keith Spina, GliddenSpina + Partners Architects
*Ms. Jill Staudt, Palm Beach Daily News
*Ms. Debra Vasilopoulos, Iberia
*Ms. Gil Walsh, Gil Walsh Interiors
*Ms. Janice Zollo – Ridenour, J. Zollo & Associates, Inc.

Chamber Board Members
*Roy Assad, Chair, Human Capital Group
*Ashley Berry, Vice-Chair, Brazilian Court
*John Bowers, Treasurer, TD Bank
*Laurel Baker, CEO and Secretary, Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Board of Directors
*Margrit Bessenroth, Salon Margrit
*Carrie Bradburn, Capehart Photography
*Joe Chase, Gunster
*Lily Leas Ferreira, Royal Poinciana Plaza
*Rob Frisbie, The Frisbie Group
*Chris Goldberg, Bruce Gendelman Insurance
*Caroline Harless, The Harless Group
*Yvonne Jones, CPM, COIM, The Esplanade Palm Beach
*Cary O’Donnell, O’Donnell Agency
*David Renna, The Breakers Palm Beach
*Kirk Blouin, Town of Palm Beach Ex Officio
*Harvey E. Oyer III Esq., Shutts & Bowen, LLP, Historian

For more information about the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, please visit:
https://www.palmbeachchamber.com/who-we-are

About Cornerstone Solutions
Cornerstone Solutions is a full-service political consulting and strategic communications firm that delivers smart solutions and proven results for political, corporate, issue-oriented and trade association clients nationwide. With over 75 years of combined experience, the Cornerstone team generates successful campaigns, grassroots initiatives, lobbying programs, and community relations approaches, earning the firm national awards and honors. We help clients navigate contentious public issues on local, state and national levels.

Jonathan Cooper
Cornerstone Solutions
+1 561-689-9787
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Amerigo Reports Annual 2019 and Q4-2019 Financial Results

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — February 19, 2020
N.R. 2020- 2

Amerigo Reports Annual 2019 and Q4-2019 Financial Results

• Annual net operating cash flow of $9.7 million and net loss of $9.4 million
• Q4-2019 net operating cash flow of $6.9 million and net income of $0.6 million

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – February 19, 2020/Amerigo Resources Ltd. (TSX: ARG) (“Amerigo” or the “Company”) announced financial results for the year 2019. The Company’s 100% owned operation, Minera Valle Central ("MVC") located near Rancagua, Chile posted an annual net loss of $9.4 million or $0.05 loss per share (“LPS”). Annual net operating cash flow was $9.7 million. The Company’s cash position at year end was $7.2 million.

Annual financial results were negatively impacted by lower metal prices, decreased production from fresh and Cauquenes tailings, and higher tolling and production costs.

“2019 operational and financial results were disappointing. 2020 has kicked off with major external challenges including an extreme water drought in Chile and a depressed copper price. On the positive side, we have made progress identifying concrete areas of opportunity to stabilize plant performance at MVC and our cost structure will benefit from important reductions to the two major components of MVC’s cash cost: power and treatment charges”, said Aurora Davidson, Amerigo’s President and CEO.

Amounts in this news release are reported in U.S. dollars except where indicated otherwise.

Amerigo reported annual net loss of $9.4 million in 2019 and net income of $0.6 million in Q4-2019

• 2019 net loss was $9.4 million (2018: net income of $10.5 million) due to lower metal prices, lower production from fresh and Cauquenes tailings and higher tolling and production costs.

• Annual LPS was $0.05 (2018: earnings per share (“EPS”) of $0.06).

• The Company generated annual operating cash flow of $9.8 million before changes in non-cash working capital (2018: $27.8 million). Annual net operating cash flow was $9.7 million (2018: $27.2 million).

• In Q4-2019 Amerigo returned to profitability with net income of $0.6 million (Q4-2018: $5.1 million), $nil EPS (Q4-2018: $0.03) and net operating cash flow of $6.9 million (Q4-2018: $7.8 million). Tolling and production costs in Q4-2019 included $2.3 million in collective agreement signing bonuses to MVC workers. Normalized net income in Q4-2019 excluding signing bonuses was $2.9 million.

MVC produced 69.8 million pounds of copper (2018: 65.0 million pounds) at a cash cost of $1.82/lb ($1.56/lb)

• 2019 production was 69.8 million pounds of copper (2018: 65.0 million pounds), including 38.9 million pounds from Cauquenes (2018: 43.7 million pounds), 19.3 million pounds from fresh tailings (2018: 21.3 million pounds) and 11.6 million pounds from slag processing (2018: nil).

• Molybdenum production was 1.4 million pounds (2018: 1.9 million pounds).

• Cash cost (a non-GAAP measure equal to the aggregate of smelting and refining charges, tolling/production costs net of inventory adjustments and administration costs, net of by-product credits) increased to $1.82 per pound (“/lb”) (2018: $1.56/lb). In the computation of cash cost, by-product credits include molybdenum and slag processing revenue.

• Total cost (a non-GAAP measure equal to the aggregate of cash cost, Codelco’s Division El Teniente (“DET”) notional copper royalties and DET molybdenum royalties of $0.62/lb and depreciation of $0.30/lb) increased to $2.74/lb (2018: $2.47/lb).

MVC’s average copper price in 2019 was $2.73/lb (2018: $2.92/lb)

• MVC’s copper price was $2.73/lb (2018: $2.92/lb) and MVC’s molybdenum price was $10.64/lb (2018: $11.84/lb).

• Revenue was $119.8 million (2018: $136.8 million), including copper tolling revenue of $103.6 million (2018: $118.4 million), molybdenum revenue of $10.6 million (2018: $18.4 million) and slag processing revenue of $5.5 million (2018: $nil).

• Copper tolling revenue is calculated from MVC’s gross value of copper produced of $158.7 million (2018: $188.6 million) and fair value adjustments to settlement receivables of ($0.3 million) (2018: $5.3 million), less notional items including DET royalties of $33.8 million (2018: $41.1 million), smelting and refining of $19.8 million (Q4-2018: $21.5 million) and transportation of $1.8 million (2018: $2.2 million).

• MVC’s financial performance is very sensitive to changes in copper prices. At December 31, 2019, MVC’s provisional copper price was $2.76/lb and final prices will be the average London Metal Exchange (“LME”) prices for January ($2.74/lb), February and March 2020. A 10% increase or decrease from the $2.76/lb provisional price would result in a $4.3 million change in copper revenue in 2020 in respect of 2019 production.

• Amerigo remains fully leveraged to the price of copper.

MVC refinanced its debt facilities in 2019, debt repayments in the year were $11.3 million

• In Q3- 2019, MVC refinanced its debt facilities which included amending principal payments from five remaining semi-annual payments of $11.3 million each to 7 new semi-annual payments of $4.7 million each (payable on March and September) and a final payment of $23.5 million in September 2023. The new debt structure provides additional flexibility to MVC in the current low copper price environment.

• In 2019, MVC made debt repayments of $11.3 million, reducing total debt at year end to $55.9 million (December 31, 2018: $66.2 million).

• At December 31, 2019, the Company’s cash balance was $7.2 million (December 31, 2018: $21.3 million).

• The Company had a $15.1 million working capital deficiency (December 31, 2018: $16.9 million).

• The Company expects that it will continue to be able to meet obligations for the next 12 months from operating cash flows, assuming copper prices in 2020 average at least $2.60/lb and the Company’s 2020 production and cost outlook is met.

2020 Outlook

• MVC’s production results in 2020 will be heavily influenced by water supply to MVC and by the timing and success rate of MVC’s programs to improve plant performance.

• While without any question MVC’s sources of water, most significantly water contained in the DET fresh tailings, have been affected by current severe local drought conditions, there is a changed environment with respect to water usage in Chile. Most mining organizations, including DET, are implementing aggressive plant initiatives to permanently reduce water consumption. In addition to continuing to implement its own projects to improve water recirculation, MVC will also need to adjust its own plant to efficiently operate with higher density fresh tailings on an ongoing basis.

• MVC’s 2020 Budget was prepared assuming average 2020 recoveries of 20% for fresh tailings and 37% for Cauquenes tailings and daily processing rates of 112,500 tonnes per day (“TPD”) for fresh tailings and 62,500 TPD for Cauquenes, which would result in annual production of 19.6 million pounds of copper from fresh tailings and 46.2 million pounds of copper for Cauquenes tailings.

• However, in response to drought conditions and to prevent operational shutdowns should these continue in 2020, MVC has reduced Cauquenes tonnage processing and currently forecasts to continue to do so through H1-2020. In January Cauquenes tonnage processing averaged 48,267 TPD and fresh tailings processing averaged 119,618 TPD. For the balance of H1-2020, MVC is forecasting processing rates of 125,000 TPD for fresh tailings and 40,000 TPD for Cauquenes (going up to 50,000 TPD for Cauquenes in June if rain levels normalize in April and May, the start of the local rain season). MVC has also faced various stoppages at its plant and at Cauquenes YTD in connection with downtime of one or more of its water thickeners in connection with work carried out to improve water recovery and to adjust the mechanisms to deal with higher density contents.

• Under the conditions described above, annual production from fresh tailings and Cauquenes would be approximately 55 to 60 million pounds, excluding any effect from plant optimization initiatives. Cash cost would be $1.87/lb in Q1, $1.65/lb in Q2, $1.51/lb in Q3 and $1.57/lb in Q4, for an annual average of $1.63/lb.

• Slag processing was suspended in January 2020 as DET started commissioning its own slag processing plant. Slag production in January was 1.2 million pounds.

Investor Conference Call on February 21, 2020

Amerigo’s quarterly investor conference call will take place on Friday February 21, 2020 at 11:00 am Pacific Standard Time/2:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.

To join the call, please dial 1-800-273-9672 (Toll-Free North America) and let the operator know you wish to participate in the Amerigo Resources conference call.

The analyst and investment community are welcome to ask questions to management. Media can attend on a listen-only basis.

About Amerigo and MVC

Amerigo Resources Ltd. is an innovative copper producer with a long-term relationship with Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile (“Codelco”), the world’s largest copper producer.

Amerigo produces copper concentrate at the MVC operation in Chile by processing fresh and historic tailings from Codelco’s El Teniente mine, the world's largest underground copper mine. Tel: (604) 681-2802; Fax: (604) 682-2802; Web: www.amerigoresources.com; Listing: ARG:TSX.

The information and data contained in this news release should be read in conjunction with the Company’s Audited Consolidated Financial Statements and Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A) for the years ended December 31, 2019 and 2018, available at the Company’s website at www.amerigoresources.com and at www.sedar.com.

For further information, please contact:

• Aurora Davidson, President and CEO (604) 697-6207
• Klaus Zeitler, Executive Chairman (604) 697-6204

2019 and 2018 Annual Key Performance Metrics

1 Copper production conducted under tolling and slag processing agreements with DET.
2 Revenue reported net of notional items (smelting and refining charges, DET notional copper royalties and transportation costs).
3 At December 31, 2019, comprised of short and long-term portions of $10.1 and $45.8 million respectively.
4 MVC’s copper price is the average notional copper price for the period, before smelting and refining, DET notional copper royalties, transportation costs and settlement adjustments to prior quarter sales.
5 MVC’s molybdenum price is the average realized molybdenum price in the period, before roasting charges and settlement adjustments to prior quarter sales.

Cautionary Statement on Forward Looking Information
This news release contains certain forward-looking information and statements as defined in applicable securities laws (collectively referred to as "forward-looking statements"). These statements relate to future events or the Company’s future performance. All statements other than statements of historical fact are forward-looking statements. The use of any of the words "anticipate", "plan", "continue", "estimate", "expect", "may", "will", "project", "predict", "potential", "should", "believe" and similar expressions is intended to identify forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes that these assumptions were reasonable when made, because these assumptions are inherently subject to significant uncertainties and contingencies which are difficult or impossible to predict and are beyond the Company’s control, the Company cannot assure that it will achieve or accomplish the expectations, beliefs or projections described in the forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. These forward-looking statements include but are not limited to, statements concerning:

• forecasted production, reductions in operating costs and an increase in recoveries;
• water supply risk to MVC as a result of extreme drought conditions in Chile;
• our strategies and objectives;
• our estimates of the availability and quantity of tailings, and the quality of our mine plan estimates;
• our estimates in respect of annual 2020 sustaining capital expenditures;
• the timing of completion of MVC’s projects to improve water recirculation;
• prices and price volatility for copper and other commodities and of materials we use in our operations;
• the demand for and supply of copper and other commodities and materials that we produce, sell and use;
• sensitivity of our financial results and share price to changes in commodity prices;
• our financial resources and our expected ability to meet our obligations for the next 12 months;
• interest and other expenses;
• domestic and foreign laws affecting our operations;
• our tax position and the tax rates applicable to us;
• our ability to comply with our loan covenants;
• the production capacity of our operations, our planned production levels and future production;
• potential impact of production and transportation disruptions;
• hazards inherent in the mining industry causing personal injury or loss of life, severe damage to or destruction of property and equipment, pollution or environmental damage, claims by third parties and suspension of operations
• estimates of asset retirement obligations and other costs related to environmental protection;
• our future capital and production costs, including the costs and potential impact of complying with existing and proposed environmental laws and regulations in the operation and closure of our operations;
• repudiation, nullification, modification or renegotiation of contracts;
• our financial and operating objectives;
• our environmental, health and safety initiatives;
• the outcome of legal proceedings and other disputes in which we may be involved;
• the outcome of negotiations concerning metal sales, treatment charges and royalties;
• disruptions to the Company's information technology systems, including those related to cybersecurity;
• our dividend policy; and
• general business and economic conditions.

Inherent in forward-looking statements are risks and uncertainties beyond our ability to predict or control, including risks that may affect our operating or capital plans; risks generally encountered in the permitting and development of mineral projects such as unusual or unexpected geological formations, negotiations with government and other third parties, unanticipated metallurgical difficulties, delays associated with permits, approvals and permit appeals, ground control problems, adverse weather conditions, process upsets and equipment malfunctions; risks associated with labour disturbances and availability of skilled labour and management; fluctuations in the market prices of our principal commodities, which are cyclical and subject to substantial price fluctuations; risks created through competition for mining projects and properties; risks associated with lack of access to markets; risks associated with availability of and our ability to obtain both tailings from Codelco’s Division El Teniente’s current production and historic tailings from tailings deposit; risks with respect to completion of all phases of the Cauquenes expansion, the ability of the Company to draw down funds from bank facilities and lines of credit, the availability of and ability of the Company to obtain adequate funding on reasonable terms for expansions and acquisitions, including all phases of the Cauquenes expansion; mine plan estimates; risks posed by fluctuations in exchange rates and interest rates, as well as general economic conditions; risks associated with environmental compliance and changes in environmental legislation and regulation; risks associated with our dependence on third parties for the provision of critical services; risks associated with non-performance by contractual counterparties; title risks; social and political risks associated with operations in foreign countries; risks of changes in laws affecting our operations or their interpretation, including foreign exchange controls; and risks associated with tax reassessments and legal proceedings. Many of these risks and uncertainties apply not only to the Company and its operations, but also to Codelco and its operations. Codelco’s ongoing mining operations provide a significant portion of the materials the Company processes and its resulting metals production, therefore these risks and uncertainties may also affect their operations and in turn have a material effect on the Company.

Actual results and developments are likely to differ, and may differ materially, from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements contained in this news release. Such statements are based on a number of assumptions which may prove to be incorrect, including, but not limited to, assumptions about:
• general business and economic conditions;
• interest rates;
• changes in commodity and power prices;
• acts of foreign governments and the outcome of legal proceedings;
• the supply and demand for, deliveries of, and the level and volatility of prices of copper and other commodities and products used in our operations;
• the ongoing supply of material for processing from Codelco’s current mining operations;
• the ability of the Company to profitably extract and process material from the Cauquenes tailings deposit;
• the timing of the receipt of and retention of permits and other regulatory and governmental approvals;
• our costs of production and our production and productivity levels, as well as those of our competitors;
• changes in credit market conditions and conditions in financial markets generally;
• our ability to procure equipment and operating supplies in sufficient quantities and on a timely basis;
• the availability of qualified employees and contractors for our operations;
• our ability to attract and retain skilled staff;
• the satisfactory negotiation of collective agreements with unionized employees;
• the impact of changes in foreign exchange rates and capital repatriation on our costs and results;
• engineering and construction timetables and capital costs for our expansion projects;
• costs of closure of various operations;
• market competition;
• the accuracy of our preliminary economic assessment (including with respect to size, grade and recoverability) and the geological, operational and price assumptions on which these are based;
• tax benefits and tax rates;
• the outcome of our copper concentrate sales and treatment and refining charge negotiations;
• the resolution of environmental and other proceedings or disputes;
• the future supply of reasonably priced power;
• rainfall in the vicinity of MVC returning to normal levels;
• average recoveries for fresh tailings and Cauquenes tailings;
• our ability to obtain, comply with and renew permits and licenses in a timely manner; and
• our ongoing relations with our employees and entities with which we do business.

Future production levels and cost estimates assume there are no adverse mining or other events which significantly affect budgeted production levels.

We caution you that the foregoing list of important factors and assumptions is not exhaustive. Other events or circumstances could cause our actual results to differ materially from those estimated or projected and expressed in, or implied by, our forward-looking statements. Except as required by law, we undertake no obligation to update publicly or otherwise revise any forward-looking statements or the foregoing list of factors, whether as a result of new information or future events or otherwise.

Auroa Davidson
Amerigo Resources Ltd.
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Carpet Cleaning Experts Offer Advice To Deal With Wax

POTTSTOWN, PA, US, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Parker Ford, PA: Carpet stains, by nature, can be difficult to deal with. In some cases, especially if a spill has time to linger, it’s easy for people to get overwhelmed and want to look for a replacement before anything else. However, carpet experts Ches-Mont Carpet One offer an easy method to handle one of the most worrisome spills on a carpet, wax. Don’t feel you need to put your candles away anymore!

Freeze the wax: Acting as soon as you notice a wax spill is important, as the longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to clean. A good starting point is putting up an ice pack or plastic bag on the affected spot, giving it roughly 10 minutes to freeze. Make sure the wax isn’t getting moist, though.

Scrape the wax off: When the wax is frozen, use a dull knife to start scraping it off. Use a gentle hand here to avoid cutting the threads. Vacuum up the cut up wax.

Reheat and absorb the wax: You can do this next step with a white terry cloth, brown paper bag, or paper towel. Heat an iron to its lowest setting with the steam function off, then run it over the towel to heat the wax. Make sure you constantly keep the iron in motion so you don’t burn your carpet. You can also use a hairdryer for this, blowing hot air onto the wax until it gets warm. Then, press your item of choice onto the stain to absorb the wax.

Clean the carpet: A carpet cleaning solution over the stain and a quick vacuum to return your carpet’s natural texture are the last steps you need to make.

A representative of Ches-mont Carpet One made the following statement:

“Acting quickly can do a lot when it comes to carpet care, and with new products and formulations, you can handle a lot more issues yourself. However, there are some situations where you may need to replace rather than repair, so it’s a good idea to already have a carpet partner in mind to work with for that.”

About Ches-mont Carpet One: Ches-mont Carpet One is a branch of a cooperative over 1,000 stores strong nationwide, dedicated to floor installation and services. With partners from all the major local brands and manufacturers, their selection includes carpet, hardwood, laminate, and area rugs.

Barry Petroneau
Ches-Mont Carpet One
+1 484-920-2068
email us here


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The Political Animal: The Crazy Radicals Who Hurt Animals and Make Us Scratch Our Heads

Bear Protection Act

Bear Protection Act

Wayne Pacelle

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Organ harvesting of bears and breeding of tigers for cub petting are matters federal lawmakers should handle without a second thought

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — by Wayne Pacelle

For charitable purposes only, I wish I had a dollar for every time I told a lawmaker or anyone else about some peculiar form of animal exploitation and they replied, “I had no idea that kind of thing happens.”

So many forms of animal exploitation are so far out that they seem contrived or fanciful.

Who would think it’s fun or challenging to shoot a drugged lion in a fenced enclosure at a canned hunting facility in South Africa?

Or a trainer injuring the feet of a Tennessee Walking Horse so severely the poor creature throws his front legs high into the air as a reaction to the pain?

Or a shopper buying a pangolin or a bat from a live-animal market and taking the animal home to eat?
Animal abuse can be as surprising as it is crude and diabolical.

The team at Animal Wellness and I have been making the rounds on Capitol Hill lately on two bills – the Bear Protection Act and the Big Cat Public Safety Act.

It doesn’t take a medical degree to realize it’s quackery to think sprinkling an ounce of dried bear gallbladder into water produces a life-saving elixir.

It shouldn’t take more than an ounce of common sense to understand that if your life depends on ingesting that kind of potion, you must be able to find some better treatment options.

Yet there’s organized exploitation of bears to obtain their gallbladders. Some small set of would-be entrepreneurs in China, South Korea, and Vietnam breed and keep bears in pits, extract bile from them and eventually cut out their bladders in what amounts to a barbaric organ-harvesting enterprise. And throughout the world, there are poachers who kill bears in the wild to extract their organs an sell them for thousands of dollars on the black market.

The Bear Protection Act, introduced by Senators John Kennedy, R-La., and Cory Booker, D-N.J., and Reps. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., and Rodney Davis, R-Ill., would ban any interstate trade, imports or exports of bear gallbladders.

I find it hard to believe that anyone could make a straight-faced argument against such morally obvious reform. Yet opponents are stirring, offering up their prattling justifications.

But that bill is rivaled, in terms of basic good sense, by the Big Cat Public Safety Act. This bill would clarify that the trade in big cats for the pet trade is forbidden. Yes, it’s an axiom that no sane person would keep a tiger in the basement or backyard as a pet. But here’s a bill for the .01 percent – for those who just can’t find a way forward without a big cat in their lives.

The bill would also put an end to roadside zoos offering up cub-petting exhibitions. There, at the shoddy zoos, operators breed lions and tigers to produce adorable little cubs. Fetching are the kittens. But frightening are the people who engineer this hucksterism. With cub in hand, they hawk a personal experience offering ticket-buyers the opportunity to cling to and frolic with a furry infant who’s been taken away from his or her mother just weeks after birth.

After a few months, the lions and tigers get too big to handle. Soon they can rake a person with their claws or bite through their neck. Right then and there, even the opportunists running these menageries realize the cub-petting must cease.

But retiring the bigger cubs means the roadside zoos now need some little cubs. More breeding needed. And, sadly, there’s no space for the 250-pound lion, so he must go. Put his picture in the Animal Finder’s Guide and he’s whisked into the exotic animal trade.

Our nation has dozens of big cat sanctuaries because of this pathetic sequencing of events. Not one of these facilities wants to operate and clean up the mess made by human miscreants, but they do so out of a moral duty.

A national policy that doesn’t forbid this reckless breeding has the effect of placing a massive unfunded mandate on the animal welfare community. Think of these animal welfare non-profits as small operations struggling to bail water from their basement, with a pipe that’s broken and deluging them day after day. They can’t get ahead when dozens of pet owners and cub breeders keep funneling cats into the front end of that pipeline.

A tiger may live 20 years. Constructing a proper enclosure may cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. And it costs hundreds of dollars a week to feed the animal. If there are health issues, then veterinarians and tranquilizer guns must be employed to conduct even simple procedures.

The average big cat in a sanctuary may cost a facility $500,000 or even a million dollars, during the animal’s lifetime.

That’s hundreds or thousands of donations made by caring people. Money that could go to solve other problems.
If you think it’s colossally stupid to kill bears for their gallbladders and to raise tigers for petting exhibitions, call your federal lawmakers.

Urge them to cosponsor the Bear Protection Act (HR 2264 and S. 3196) and the Big Cat Public Safety Act (HR 1380 and S. 2561). You can reach your lawmaker by calling 202-224-3121.

If they haven’t heard from one of us at Animal Wellness Action or Big Cat Rescue, then maybe the person on the other end of the phone will say, “I had no idea that kind of thing happens.”

Tell them it does. And that’s why you’re calling.

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Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Awarded $800,000 Grant to Work with Offenders with Brain Injury

U.S. Department of Justice Funds Research Project Aimed at Reducing Recidivism

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, UNITED STATES, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) has received an $800,000 grant from the United States Department of Justice to work with offenders with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) who are preparing for release from prison. The five-year project will continue pilot studies which cut return to prison rates nearly in half.

RHI has pioneered methods to identify and treat offenders with previously undiagnosed brain injuries in partnership with the Indiana Department of Correction over the last six years, working with offenders released from the Putnamville Correctional Facility. The newly funded study will begin treatment of offenders who screen positive for a moderate to severe brain injury six months prior to release. Treatment includes participation in a coping skills group, connecting offenders awaiting release with TBI-specific services designed to better help them return to school or work, and education to help participants better manage the anger and aggression issues that commonly result from a TBI.

“This grant gives us the opportunity to build on RHI’s earlier research by working with offenders for a longer period time and by helping them build coping skills and connect with needed services before they are released,” said Dr. Devan Parrott, principal investigator and Director of the Research, Training, and Outcome Center for Brain Injury at RHI. “Our goal is to reduce criminal behavior and the rate at which these offenders return to prison.”

Previous work started with ex-offenders upon release. In those pilot studies, participants joined a Brain Injury Coping Skills (BICS) group developed at RHI to educate participants about their brain injuries and teaches them to manage the consequences of that injury. Ex-offenders in the pilot study also were connected to TBI-specific services through a program called Resource Facilitation (RF). RF at RHI has identified people who are on average 10 years post-injury and helped them return to work at nation-leading numbers reaching as high as 70 percent.

A new addition to the treatment in this study is Intervention to Change Attributions that are Negative (ICAN). This treatment, being researched at the Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) through an NIH grant, has shown early promise at minimizing anger and aggression in people with brain injury.

“This treatment teaches people to give others the benefit of the doubt when interpreting the actions of others. This tends to be particularly challenging for people with a brain injury and fuels their anger and aggression” said Dr. Dawn Neumann, co-principal investigator and Associate Professor at Indiana University. “This treatment can help equip offenders with brain injuries develop the skills they need to manage their emotions and behaviors in a constructive manner.”

“Successful re-entry is a priority for the Indiana Department of Correction,” said IDOC Commissioner Rob Carter. “We thank Warden Fran Osburn, who originally championed this important work, for providing offenders with previously undiagnosed brain injuries the best possible chance of successful re-entry into our communities.”

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DigitalMR announces COO appointment

Akis Damalis, DigitalMR COO

Akis Damalis, DigitalMR COO

Michalis Michael, DigitalMR CEO

Michalis Michael, DigitalMR CEO

London-based DigitalMR has appointed Efthymios (Akis) Damalis as its Chief Operating Officer.

It’s great to be part of DigitalMR – and it couldn’t have been at a better time!”

— Akis Damalis, DigitalMR COO

LONDON, UK, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — London-based DigitalMR – a technology company with a proprietary AI based data analytics platform that helps clients make data driven decisions, has appointed Efthymios (Akis) Damalis as its Chief Operating Officer.

Akis Damalis is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), with substantial international experience in company and project management. His experience includes over a decade at Synovate Ltd as a key-account manager, Regional Key Account Director of one of the biggest FMCG and one of the biggest automotive companies in the world and Operations Director for the company’s 30+ countries.

Michalis Michael, DigitalMR CEO, said: "Akis and I have worked together at MEMRB and Synovate for over a decade. I always had great respect for his engineering approach to creating systems and processes and his second to none people skills. I look forward to the great things I know he will achieve with his team out of Cyprus. I am confident that, not only will we reach the same levels of success we enjoyed working together at Synovate, but will exceed them by far."

On his recent appointment as DigitalMR COO, Akis Damalis said: "It’s great to be part of DigitalMR – and it couldn’t have been at a better time! The leadership’s vision and relentless effort in creating a team that utilises state-of-the-art AI technology in the field of market research and more generally in data analytics for so many use cases, creates a huge opportunity for the future of this field. I am excited to work with Michalis and his team in playing our own part, in shaping this future.”

About DigitalMR
DigitalMR is a technology company with proprietary solutions for social intelligence and online communities. It specialises in the use of AI for the analysis of unstructured data and the integration of Social, Survey, and Sales data for unique actionable insights. Following years of R&D, DigitalMR’s main areas of research include text and image analytics, particularly sentiment and semantic (topics) analysis in ANY language, emotions analysis, and image theme and logo detection. DigitalMR works with multinationals in various sectors such as FMCG, retail, banking & finance, telecoms, and NGOs.

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OIAC deplores Senator Murphy’s meeting with criminal Zarif

Zarif was a close associate of Qasem Soleimani

Zarif greets criminal Assad

Zarif greets criminal Assad

Iran protesters tear down Qasem Soleimani posters

Senator Murphy has failed to recognize that as his meetings were taking place, Iranian students were chanting. "“IRGC is our killer”.

Let policymakers and diplomats, including my senator, not forget that Javad Zarif represents a regime that holds world’s record for most executions per capita.”

— Mr. Javad Gerami, Vice Chair of Iranian American Community in Connecticut

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — OIAC deplores Senator Murphy’s meeting with criminal Zarif

Washington, DC – As a non-partisan entity, Organization of Iranian American Communities (OIAC) denounces the recent meeting between Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Iran’s Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif during the Munich Security Conference. While many topics were discussed during this meeting, the utter failure to hold regard for the plight of the Iranian people, their anti-regime protests, and the massacre of the 1500 men, women and children during the November 2019 uprising is at best naive, but also truly irresponsible.

Senator Murphy has failed to recognize that as his meetings were taking place, Iranian students across various campuses, including Amir-Kabir University, were protesting and demanding justice for those killed and arrested during the uprising and the shut-down of Ukrainian flight. Students chanted “IRGC is our killer” and denounced the regime’s sham elections, saying “no to ballot box, no to election.”

The ongoing and institutionalized violations of human rights in Iran must not be brushed aside for the sake of scoring political points. As Amnesty International noted in its 200-page-report on the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners, the Iranian regime and its leadership cadre is engaged in an, “ongoing crimes against humanity.” Crimes committed by Qassim Soleimani, Ebrahim Raisi (Iran’s current judiciary head) and many others who hold the highest offices in the regime today cannot be ignored or whitewashed for the sake of so-called engagement.

“Let policymakers and diplomats, including my senator, not forget that Javad Zarif represents a regime that holds world’s record for most executions per capita”, Mr. Javad Gerami, Vice Chair of Iranian American Community in Connecticut, says on Sen. Murphy’s meeting with criminal Zarif. Of the 1500 people his regime shot dead for taking part in protests since November 2019, a few dozen were children. Furthermore, not even 1 of their family members has been allowed to grieve properly or hold an open funeral. Javad Zarif is no diplomat. A self proclaimed friend of Qassem Soleimani, he represents a regime that holds the highest number of juveniles and female executions in the world. He is the foreign face of a regime that arrests, tortures, and murders union leader, labor activists, and environmentalists for calling out the systematic and systemic corruption in this regime.

With chapters in 40 states across the U.S., OIAC is the largest organization of Iranian-Americans advocating for a free Iran. We will continue to be vocal about those who are giving legitimacy to an otherwise criminal regime in Tehran, under the auspices of peace or diplomacy. To honor the call of millions of Iranian people who chant “death to Khamenei, death to Rouhani,” “hardliner, reformer, the game is now over”, OIAC renews its calls on Washington, DC and the national media outlets to rise above partisan politics and stand with the people of Iran in their struggle against religious tyranny.

The Real Face of Iran’s Foreign Minister – Mohammad Javad Zarif
• He is the foreign minister of a regime that only in the November national uprising in Iran:
o Killed more than 1,500 protesters whose identities remain concealed, most of them adolescents and teenagers as young as 13
o Has detained at least 12,000 whose fate remains unknown
o Has injured thousands of peaceful protesters with direct live fire and brutal attacks by security forces
• He was a close associate of Qasem Soleimani, commander of terrorist Quds force, despised by Iranian people and loathed by Iraqis and Syrians as demonstrated in their celebrations following his elimination. Soleimani was described as a child killer in Syria.
Soleimani congratulated Zarif for being sanctioned by the US because of his association with the regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and Zarif declared the listing a badge of honor.
In an interview with a state-run daily on September 1, 2019, Zarif said: “General Soleimani and I have been working together closely for over 20 years. When I became minister, the two of us decided to make sure we meet at least once a week to review the latest developments and undertake the necessary coordination.”
• As foreign minister, Zarif is in charge of Iran's legion of so-called ambassadors and diplomatic staff around the world, which he has used in tandem with Iran’s MOIS and Quds Force to implement terrorist operations around the world. The foreign ministry which Zarif directs is subordinate to the regime’s MOIS and Quds Force.
o In June 2018, a senior diplomat from the regime’s embassy in Vienna was caught red-handed as he was handing explosives to terrorist agents. Assadollah Assadi, Zarif’s diplomat, and three terrorists were arrested in a joint operation by the German, French and Belgian intelligence services, all of whom are now in prison in Belgium, awaiting trial on charges of terrorism.
o Albanian intelligence officers uncovered a plot to detonate a bomb at a Nowruz (Iranian New Year) gathering of MEK members in Tirana, March 2017. Two MOIS agents, together with the regime’s Ambassador Mohammadnia and senior diplomat Roodaki, were expelled from the country by Albanian authorities.
o In October 2018, the Iranian regime sent another senior MOIS agent — Mohammad Davoudzadeh Lului — with close ties to the Iranian Embassy and its ambassador in Norway to assassinate an opposition figure in Denmark. He too now awaits trial on terrorism charges.
o Also, in 2018 two Iranian diplomats were expelled from the Netherlands for acts of terror.
o Earlier in January 2020, Albanian authorities expelled two other diplomats for their involvement in terrorist plots and closed down a so-called cultural center affiliated to the regime’s embassy.
• On 11 February 2019, Zarif met with Hassan Nasrollah, head of Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist group, in Beirut. Zarif assured him of the regime’s commitment to continue its support.
• In a visit to Damascus, Zarif met with Bashar Assad on 13 August 2015. In his meeting he denounced {other] foreign interference in the Syrian crisis and ironically emphasized the country’s sovereignty.

Dr. Majid Sadeghpour
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A Quick Guide to Life Insurance in the UAE

Life Insurance is a real life saver in the long run

Life Insurance is a real life saver in the long run

Ian Featherstone of IAE Insure offers a quick insight into Life Insurance and hopefully gets you thinking about why this form of protection is so valuable.

When you speak to an experienced adviser, they’ll help you understand what cover you need depending on your current life circumstances and your future needs.”

— Ian Featherstone

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ian Featherstone of IAE Insure offers a quick insight into Life Insurance and hopefully gets you thinking about why this form of protection is so valuable and why it shouldn’t be treated as an afterthought.

Quick Guide to Life Insurance.

“When I first started working in Life Insurance or Protection over 25 years ago, I was often asked the question “If I die why do I need money?” The fact is you don’t need money when you’re dead but maybe your family does. The children might still in their teenage years? Or maybe your business needs it to continue as you were a key member of the operation? Or your estate needs to pay off debts as you died prematurely? The decision to take out a Life Insurance policy can seem daunting and is often met with confusion and scepticism, so people tend to put it off. Like most things in life, the longer you delay fixing something the more expensive it becomes. Taking out Life Insurance is essential and while it might seem confusing because of the array of options available, taking out cover should be simple. “When you speak to an experienced adviser, they’ll help you understand what cover you need depending on your current life circumstances and your future needs.”

Things to Know About Life Insurance.

There are three main types of protection you might take out when looking for life cover:

1. Life Insurance. This type of protection provides a payout if you die.
2. Critical Illness Cover. This type of protection pays a lump sum if you are diagnosed with a life-changing condition like cancer.
3. Total and Permanent Disability Insurance. This covers you when you are unable to work due to sickness or injury.

So, which of these types of cover should you take out?

“As a general rule of thumb if you’re without financial dependents, then income protection and critical illness cover are more important since both offer vital financial support if you suffer illness or injury. However, if you do have financial dependents, Life Insurance is crucial. Many people reach certain “key stages” of their lives such as marriage, having children, getting their dream job or promotion, or even losing a loved one. These events can be a catalyst for re-evaluating what is important and ensuring loved ones are supported when you’re no longer there.”

What else should you know about Life Insurance? “The bottom line is that if you have financial dependents, you really need to consider Life Insurance! Life Insurance helps to compensate for the inevitable financial consequences that accompany the loss of life. Life Insurance can help alleviate the costs of final expenses, outstanding debts/mortgages and planned educational expenses. As well as this, it can compensate for the potential income that would have been earned. This affords surviving loved ones the opportunity to properly grieve without the anxiety of financial worries. Life Insurance gives the policyholder peace of mind knowing that their loved ones will be cared for.

When Should I Take Out A Policy?

It’s a common thought that Life Insurance is only necessary for older people. After all, those under 40 don’t pay much attention to thoughts of death or illness. This approach though, obscures the fact that when you are young is the ideal time to take out Life Insurance cover. If you are a younger policy holder, you will find cover at its cheapest since policy holders are less at risk of death or illness. Since debilitating illnesses, accidents, stress-related absences or deaths can strike anyone of any age, is it really worth risking the financial wellbeing of you and your family and paying more than you need to obtain high quality cover?

Life Insurance should be viewed as a risk-management tool for younger people wanting to protect their financial interests and there are advantages to taking out a Life Insurance policy sooner rather than later. Firstly, you’re less likely to develop health conditions like high blood pressure or diabetes. Secondly, the more time passes, the more likely your parents are to develop such conditions and this might adversely impact on the cost of your premiums. Taking out cover earlier allows you to add cover as and when you need it most such as marriage or starting a family.

Taking Out a Policy.

In an ideal world, you’d take out as much cover as and when you need it over the course of your life. This approach though is cost-prohibitive. “Experience has shown “ continues Ian Featherstone, “ that given the cost of insurance you need to look at your particular circumstances and consider what would happen to you and your loved ones if you were no longer able to provide financially for them and start from there.” There are many ways to take out cover and it’s easy to take out a policy online without leaving your sofa. However you miss out on the vital opportunity to consult with an expert who can tailor your policy to your objectives and circumstances. “You need to ensure you don’t miss out on the financial advice, real support and experience of a dedicated professional.”

Online tools can give you a rough idea of a Life Insurance policy cost but there’s nothing like getting the advice of an expert who can walk you through the whole process. “There’s no difference between the online premiums and those of a “real” broker so why not take the chance to meet with someone who can take the time to understand your needs and run through all your options and concerns. It’s time well spent and can save you time and money in your later years. After all, acting without being fully aware of the implications could mean that you’re left vulnerable and possibly without life cover.”

Ian Featherstone, CEO of IAE Insure has over 25 years experience in the Life insurance industry.

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Vee Technologies Named to the 2020 Global Outsourcing 100® List by IAOP

Vee Technologies Named to The 2020 Global Outsourcing 100 List by IAOP

NEW YORK CITY, NY, USA, February 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vee Technologies, a recognized advisory and consulting organization that delivers industry best solutions, is a featured company in The Global Outsourcing 100 List by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals® (IAOP) for 2020. This year’s list encompasses the top companies that demonstrate a commitment to excellence and continuous improvement that is the hallmark of the outsourcing industry.

Commenting on the 2020 Global Outsourcing 100 listing, Chocko Valliappa, CEO, said, "Our inclusion in the World's Best Outsourcing Advisors list strengthens our commitment to our customers, our people, our undying desire to achieve technological innovation, and most importantly the community. We strive to add value for our clients and are dedicated to making a positive impact in each aspect of their business."

“Our commitment to excellence is directly related to the hard work and diligence of our employees,” said Patrick O'Malley, Vee Technologies’ President. "By combining exceptional people with unique processes and our cutting-edge technology, we will without a doubt achieve success for our clients. We are honored to yet again receive recognition from IAOP and will continue to deliver extraordinary outcomes for years to come.”

“Companies that outsource, not only in the traditional sense but also through the wide array of the ever-changing collaborative business models, are scrutinizing their providers very closely, which is why choosing the right partners is more important than ever,” said Debi Hamill, IAOP CEO. “The GO100 is the definitive guide to help companies research and compare service providers with whom they are considering relationships. We’re proud to recognize Vee Technologies for yet again being among these companies this year.”

IAOP is the global association that brings together customers, providers, and advisors in a collaborative, knowledge-based environment that promotes professional and organizational development, recognition, certification, and excellence to improve business service models and outcomes. The 2020 Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers and advisors. Judging is based on a rigorous scoring methodology that includes an independent review by an independent panel of IAOP customer members with extensive experience in selecting outsourcing service providers and advisors for their organizations.

About Vee Technologies
Vee Technologies is a leading advisory and consulting organization headquartered in New York City and Bangalore. The company works as a trusted partner to enterprises and organizations around the world, delivering technology-enabled solutions for extraordinary outcomes in quality and cost. Client satisfaction achievements have consistently qualified Vee Technologies for the IAOP Global Outsourcing 100 list of the world's top outsourcing service providers and powered the company's growth onto the Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest growing American companies.

To learn more about Vee Technologies and their technology-enabled solutions, visit www.VeeTechnologies.com.

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