Andrew Jones Auctions' successful sale of DTLA Collections and Estates redefines the auction buying experience

German Expressionist painting of factory workers by Anton “Toni” Wolter (1879-1929) ($1,060).

Large suite of Michael Taylor “Montecito” garden furniture ($4,500).

Art Deco style patinated metal ceiling fixture in the manner of Edgar Brandt ($1,060).

The auction, held on October 21st, drew a diverse and enthusiastic crowd in the room and online achieving a sell through rate of 95 percent.

We continue to promote vintage and antique design and accessories as the ‘green’ choice for decorating. We look forward to the next sale in November.”

— Andrew Jones

LOS ANGELES, CALIF., UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — Los Angeles – Continuing the success of its inaugural auction at Andrew Jones Auctions, the sustainable living and budget friendly DTLA Collections and Estates auction held on October 21 drew a diverse and enthusiastic crowd in the room and online achieving a sell through rate of 95%. The beautifully appointed gallery just a few blocks northeast of USC in downtown greeted clients like VIP’s as they enjoyed coffee, muffins and a complimentary lunch while shopping the varied offerings to suit every taste and pocket. There were some deals and steals to be had, but the sale also achieved impressive prices. A German Expressionist painting of factory workers by Anton “Toni” Wolter, 1879-1929 sold for $1,060 and an Italian School painting of a Venice canal at night realized $2,250. A large suite of Michael Taylor “Montecito” garden furniture more than tripled its pre-auction estimate and sold for $4,500. An Art Deco style patinated metal ceiling fixture in the manner of Edgar Brandt realized $1,060. An Art Nouveau pictorial marquetry tray by Emile Gallé achieved $800.

Commenting on the results of the auction, President and CEO, Andrew Jones said, “We attracted hundreds of bidders from around the globe and are delighted with the eagerness of those clients. We continue to promote vintage and antique design and accessories as the ‘green’ choice for decorating. We look forward to the next sale in November.”

The next auction Design for the Home and Garden will be held on November 18, which will feature the David and Barbara Hart Collection of World Art. International travelers and cultural explorers for decades, David and Barbara Hart have thoughtfully curated a range of unusual objects, accents, art and textiles from Mexico to the Philippines. Best of all the entire collection will be offered
without reserve. Among the highlights of the auction include an original pencil drawing of a cat by Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (est. $2,000-4,000), an oil on panel painting of a Swiss valley by Albert Bierstadt (est. $6,000-8,000) as well as modern design, fine jewelry and watches, antiques, decor and accessories. The week-long preview begins on November 10.
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George Molakal discusses the various types of Joint Ventures at Singapore

George is speaking about types of Joint Ventures

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Sell in 60 countries - Increase Revenues by 200%

Global Customer Mapping

Sell in 60 countries - Increase Revenues by 200%

Global Growth using Global Customer Map- Sell in 60 countries – Increase Revenues by 200%

Companies choose the type of JV models based on Global Customer Mapping

Every company must undergo a process known as Global Customer Mapping, to identify potential countries based on customers, distributors, profitability analysis, technology gaps to for global revenues”

— George Molakal

SINGAPORE, MUMBAI, LONDON, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, October 24, 2018 / — In a tête-à-tête at the Trade and Industry Association of Singapore, George Molakal the CEO of ALCOR discussed the various types of Joint Ventures to grow the companies globally. Joint Venture is a very powerful tool for any company to leverage the strength of another company. ALCOR M&A, the global leader in cross-border M&A transactions, works in 20 countries and has completed more than 300 cross-border M&A transactions with various types of JV models.
There are several types of Joint Ventures that are built to suit the requirements of a Joint Venture. However the most successful Joint Ventures are the performance-driven Joint Venture and some of the interesting models are,
• Green Field Switch Model
• Conditional Structure Joint Venture
• Minority Controlled Joint Venture
• Performance Joint Venture
• Low-Cost Market Entry Model Joint Venture
• Technology Joint Venture
• International Growth Value Joint Venture
• Restructuring Joint Venture
• Remote Resource Contract Joint Venture
George Molakal stressed that prior to doing a Joint Venture, "Every company must undergo a process known as Global Customer Mapping, which will identify potential customers, distributors, countries, profitability analysis, technology analysis to help decide which countries to get into a Joint Venture and which countries to get into distributorship to build global revenues." Companies who have used “Global Customer Mapping” as a tool, have increased their global revenues by 150% over three years.
The most common types of Joint Ventures are
Limited Function Joint-Ventures: This occurs when the party agrees to collaborate with another business in a limited way. If the party would want to launch new products by selling through a large company’s distribution network, the two businesses agree to set up a contract based on terms and conditions.
Separate Joint-Venture Business: This occurs when two different businesses form a third, separate new company (entity) to handle a particular contract. This type has many flexible options. Each partner owns shares of the company and agrees to manage among themselves in a systematic manner.
Full-scale Worldwide Mergers: These are international joint ventures on a large scale often involving international companies. The two businesses agree to create a new company with a particular product globally.
Integrated Joint-Ventures: These involve complex projects that divide two or more partners/parties that share profits and losses as well pool their resources in and employees according to their percentage of interest in the venture.
Non-integrated Joint-Ventures: This type of Joint-Venture is restricted, a form of non-partnership where each and every party is assigned a range of work and duties and is liable to profit loss, and resources in context to the work allotted. Members may experience obstacles related to internal conflicts.
Combination Joint-Ventures: It’s a combination of both integrated and non-integrated joint-venture used for more complex projects. Every party is assigned a portion of work/duty and responsible for own profits and losses, but members act as partners and may exchange and share their duties accordingly.
Equity Joint-Ventures: Two or more parties form another legal entity to carry out a project. The parties build venture capital and agree on resources like staff, profit sharing, machinery, etc.
Contractual Joint-Venture: In this type of Joint Venture, two or more parties form a partnership to achieve a short-term construction project.

James Poddar, a Business Analyst with ALCOR M&A, works with companies who want to grow their exports to 60 plus countries using the Unique Global Customer Mapping Model –

ALCOR MNA is a global Merger and Acquisitions Investment Bank with operations in 20 countries worldwide, completed more than 300 transactions, assisting companies to expand to 60 countries globally.

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The 7th edition of the Pan African showcase concludes in Casablanca, Morocco and the five selected winners will be heading to Silicon Valley next year.

The conference was a great opportunity for our business to make the types of connections that we did. I am also very happy to be one of the startups on the Lions@frica Innovation Tour.”

— Desmond Koney – CEO, Complete Farmer

PALO ALTO, CA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — Over four full days of thrilling ecosystem activities, the 7th edition of DEMO Africa closed with a beautiful ceremony at the Studio Arts des Vivants in Casablanca, Morocco and the five winners for the 2019 edition of the Lions@frica Innovation Tour in Silicon Valley were announced. For a conference that has traveled all over the African continent and landed in the North African region, this year's edition of DEMO Africa gave a wonderful opportunity for the Moroccan entrepreneurial ecosystem to play host to a powerful international network and attracted a global audience of innovation and investment stakeholders.

Sponsored by Lions@frica and Microsoft alongside a stellar lineup of local and Pan-African partners including, but not limited to, Accenture, inwi,Ensias and Atijjariwafa Bank,the annual showcase was also a unique celebration of the regional growth of the North African startup ecosystem.The event was also streamed live on the global network of the Voice of America (VOA) by the wonderful host of the VOA Upfront Show, Jackson Mvunganyi.

The Five Winners
The five selected startups are: Chefaa(Egypt), Khourtim(Morocco), VertoFX(Nigeria), Hawkar(Tunisia)and Complete Farmer(Ghana).

"This year presented us with a stellar lineup of startups from all over the continent, and we are quite proud that the cohort showcased the ingenuity of young African entrepreneurs." commented Stephen Ozoigbo.

"Every year,DEMO Africa finalists get the chance of a lifetime when they showcase their innovations during the main event. They also get global exposure by networking with corporate acquirers, trade and mainstream media, venture capitalists, angel investors and other entrepreneurs attending the conference," remarked Harry Hare.

The five winners will join a league of international startups in Silicon Valley for the 2019 edition of the Lions@frica Innovation tour and continue to advance various aspects of their venture creation activities.

"We are delighted about the opportunity that DEMO Africa has presented to Complete Farmer and our colleagues. The conference was a great opportunity for our business to make the types of connections that we did. I am also very happy to be one of the startups on the Lions@frica innovation Tour in Silicon Valley. The opportunity is overwhelming and my team and I are gearing up for it." – Desmond Koney, Complete Farmer.

In addition to the announcement for the five winners, all of the thirty startup finalists were fast tracked to the Technical Review stage of the Innovation Impact Grant Program organized by the Dubai 2020 Expo Live in an announcement by Jana Elkova, Project Manager Expo Live Grants & Innovation Programme – Expo Live.

Furthermore, three of the startups – Toufoula Kids (Tunisia), Hawkar(Tunisia) and WeflyAgri(Ivory Coast) also won the awards from the French Development Agency (DFA) and will be attending the 2018 edition of the Emerging Valley & Social Inclusive Business Camp, under a full scholarship from the DFA announced by Samir Abdelkarim of Startup BRICS.

The Side Events
DEMO Africa 2018 was also rich with side events and quality keynotes, fireside chats and panel discussions. As part of the pre-DEMO activities, the thirty startup finalists participated in a two-day bootcamp to deepen their knowledge and understanding of the business ecosystems and venture environments.

Select investor attendees also participated in the Angel Investor Summit and Investor Round-tables that brought together investors from all across Africa, and the global venture capital community, alongside innovation partners and public sector representatives from across the continent to exchange best practices, frame policies at a regional level, share lessons learned and guide the trajectory for early stage investing across the continent.

Martin Labbe, Program Manager for NTF IV Senegal & Uganda IT & ITES Project Manager at International Trade Centre commented:
"I had the privilege to attend the Investor Summit and also sit on one of the jury panels at the main event, with startups from Ghana, Tunisia and Nigeria pitching: amazing experience, great privilege, and definitely a must-do in 2019 to promote our NTF4 tech startups from Senegal and Uganda.

Led by Thomas Debass, Acting Special Representative for the U.S Department of State's Office of Global Partnerships, the inaugural African Future of Infrastructure Summit at DEMO Africa 2018 also presented a one of a kind convening of infrastructure stakeholders that were willing to share thoughts and compare notes on the the current state of the African infrastructure landscape and explore opportunities for development. The Summit was the first in a series of African Future of X convening that is designed to foster public private partnerships aimed at shaping how emerging technologies would impact the future of Africa.

DEMO Africa 2018 also featured the first ever DEMO Africa AI Meetup. Led by Alex Tsado of the African Technology Foundation and NVIDIA, the meetup featured researchers, professors, investors and industry practitioners that have embraced AI as an economic tool and are keenly interested in the direct implementation of AI within the African technology ecosystem.

The annual DEMO Africa event is one of the flagship initiatives of LIONS@frica, a public-private alliance aimed at enhancing and deepening the start-up and innovation ecosystems of targeted fast-growing African economies. The 2018 edition of the annual showcase was a success and we look forward to gathering global technology luminaries once again in about a year's time for DEMO Africa 2019.

Nina Okafor
African Technology Foundation
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SkyTeam US partners participate in Aids Walk Los Angeles 2018

Some members of the 50-strong SkyTeam group that participated in the 10-kilometer walk through historic downtown Los Angeles

Community involvement program

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 23, 2018 / — Member airlines of SkyTeam, the global airline alliance, participated in the recent Aids Walk Los Angeles as part of its community involvement program.

Over 50 volunteers from SkyTeam’s US Market Coordinating Committee (MCC) joined thousands of other participants in Aids Walk Los Angeles which, in its 34 years, have raised more than $ 82 million from hundreds of thousands of supporters.

This is part of SkyTeam’s corporate social responsibility initiative, which seeks to contribute its efforts and funds to worthy causes in the local communities in which their members operate. Last year, the alliance provided volunteers and donated funds to Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles, helping build four homes in the process.

This year’s Aids Walk LA was a resounding success, as in previous years, with over 10,000 walkers joining the event, which also included entertainment by many celebrities before and after the 6 mile walk.

Funds raised through Aids Walks Los Angeles provides funding to APLA Health, a community-based health center caring for historically underserved communities and those affected by HIV in Los Angeles County, as well as 20 other HIV/AIDS service organizations.

Jonathan Pansacola
Saudia Arabian Airlines – Los Angeles
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Oklahoma City Veteran Launches New Website To Help Local Homeowners

OKC veteran and real estate investor James Smith launches new online help for struggling local property owners

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — This month Win-Win Real Estate Solutions launched its new website aimed at helping Oklahoma City area homeowners find fast and effective relief from the financial burdens they are in. does this by purchasing homes for cash in as little as 7-10 days.

The new web portal makes it easy for homeowners to get a free, no-obligation offer, and find out what their home is worth in a cash sale, right now. The company buys homes in any condition, including those needing major repairs.

With foreclosure auctions in Oklahoma City rising by over 113% in August according to RealtyTrac, and many more property owners facing challenges with age and aging homes, fast relocations for work and to liquidate rental homes with trouble tenants, founder James Smith sees no shortage of people to be helped. Other situations the firm helps in include couples divorcing, those with inherited homes and owners with past due taxes.

As a private real estate investment company, home sellers pay no Realtors fees, and have no repairs or cleaning up to do in order to sell their homes.

A veteran owned company, Win-Win Real Estate Solutions is already accumulating many positive reviews and testimonials of happy sellers. In addition to directly helping the sellers, the company helps by facilitating the revitalization of homes and neighborhoods, and employing locals and veterans whenever possible.

Smith comes from a military family. Through his service, he received the GI Bill to attend the University of Central Oklahoma to obtain a degree in business. Knowledge he now uses for investing in real estate in Oklahoma City.

James says, "I love the feeling of being able to apply the disciplines I’ve learned to helping hurting homeowners save and sell their Norman, Edmond and OKC real estate. It's amazing to see the transformation these individuals and families experience as they put their problems behind them and seize the chance to gain a fresh and bright new start."

He adds, "If you've got a 2 bedroom plus home within 17 miles of OKC, I'd love to help."

Visit the website to get a fast home offer at

James Smith
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NASA, Space X & Virgin Galactic have new competition with start up TEAM MARS

Secret training footage from Antartica inside a Mars-simulation leaked online.

ICE SHELF, ANTARCTICA, October 23, 2018 / — Elon Musk and Richard Branson aren’t the only ones diving into the privatized Space Race. According to multiple sources, a collection of wannabe-astronauts have been training in a remote region of Antarctica for three years in an effort to simulate life on Mars. Footage was captured by directors Steve O’Reilly and Andy Ferguson, while dog sledding in the region.

“We found three completely emaciated crew members and a fourth member of Team Mars living in a frozen yurt. We realized quickly we’d walked into something. We just didn’t know what,” Ferguson said.

“Andy and I are avid dog sledders. I mean, we love it! And we’ve met some of the nicest people on our trips. Even the ones that don’t like sleds,” O'Reilly said.

Anonymous sources expect the release of the secret footage throughout the universe in the form of a web series at Elon Musk and Richard Branson have neither refused nor agreed to go on record regarding these new competitors (nor have they been approached for comment).

TEAM MARS stars Benny Elledge (Broadway’s Waitress, The Detour, Knights of New Jersey), Andy Bustillos (Deadbeat, Divorce, Girls), Ikechukwu Ufomadu (Comedians To Watch 2018: Time Out NY, Ike at Night) Eleanor Boddie (Power of Attraction, Bourek) and Chris Lamberth (Jessica Jones, Last O.G., High Maintenance).

About the Creative Team:
According to his aunts and uncles, Steve O’Reilly is best known for his acting roles in The Prince and Me and a “seriously disturbing” horror film called My Little Eye. He has spent the last decade composing music for television, including Discovery Channel’s hit CA$H CAB. While he’s never worked on a sci-fi film, together with Ferguson he endeavoured to make his own. He’s reached out to hundreds of employees on both sides of the space race (NASA & Space X) and feels comfortable calling them LinkedIn friends. He has worked at Comedy Central and would work there again.

Andy Ferguson has built his career working at the intersection of sports and comedy, creating some of his mother’s favorite commercials for ESPN, Nike, the NBA and the NFL. His spot starring David Ortiz and Wally The Red Sox Green Monster was voted the #3 SportsCenter commercial of all time.

Together, O’Reilly and Ferguson created the award-winning short film GOING PUBLIC (a “romp-com” about two young parents spicing up their love life by attempting to have sex in public) and the webseries CO-OPeration (about a dysfunctional co-op board in New York City that featured 2 Dope Queens’ Phoebe Robinson and Roseanne’s Lecy Goranson).

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Bruce Gendelman explains the risk of underinsurance in liability cases for Prominent Families

Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services

PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — Covering responsibility for injury, death, or damages to another individual or their property, anyone who owns a home, drives a vehicle, operates a business, or engages in any number of personal or professional pursuits faces potential liability exposure.

If an individual is proved liable for an accident, the consequences can be devastating financially unless they are adequately protected. Furthermore, according to Bruce Gendelman Company CEO Joseph Gendelman,, wealthy individuals often face a disproportionate amount of exposure as they typically own multiple homes, automobiles, investment properties, and other valuable assets. Wealth management professionals are getting better at protecting against such liability exposure, says Gendelman, yet statistics show that many high-net-worth individuals still carry low liability coverage in their personal insurance.

The CEO of the Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services, he suggests that erroneous beliefs and misconceptions are often held which lead to such high-net-worth individuals carrying lower limits. This, Gendelman says, coupled with widespread confusion surrounding how the legal system works—and clients using mass-market insurers without access to higher policy limits offered by specialty insurers—leaves them at massive risk of underinsurance in liability cases.

"Understanding the legal system is vital," reveals the insurance services company chairman, pointing toward the realities of the situation. Uniquely for a high net worth insurance broker our firm employees two full time attorneys and has on retainer a Harvard Law School graduate national insurance coverage expert. Joseph Gendelman explains “after all what we advise on and provide are contracts, which are drafted by insurance company lawyers. There are differences in every form. Clients generally do not have the expertise to analyze the proper coverage, that is where we provide exceptional value added.”

In terms of liability cases, one major myth surrounds how much information a plaintiff's attorney is allowed to find out about a defendant's net worth, according to Gendelman. "Many people wrongly believe that financial records cannot be subpoenaed," he says, "in an effort to discover if an individual is worth pursuing."

Unfortunately, however, this is not typically the case. "In most states, attorneys can absolutely ascertain the limits of an individual's liability policy and through discovery determine the value of relevant assets ," he adds.

Despite this, most liability cases never make it to trial and are instead settled through negotiation. "Only around two percent of cases go to trial, so while attorneys often report that having high policy limits can make a defendant a more attractive target in a liability case, this isn't strictly true," says Gendelman.

Because negotiated settlements made outside of a court trial ( and in theory the same thing should hold true at trial – but juries are very unpredictable do to their own experience and bias) are determined by the value of damages incurred by a plaintiff, and not by a defendant's insurance, the limits of an individual's liability policy are often of little consequence in this sense. "As such, all high-net-worth individuals should select coverage limits based on the protection needed, and not out of fear of becoming a target," Gendelman reveals.

What's more, he says, any high-net-worth individual should maintain higher policy limits for two additional reasons. "In the case of excess liability policies, attorneys' fees may not be subject to policy limits, removing the risk of incurring legal costs beyond what a lesser policy might cover," the expert explains.

"Secondly," Gendelman adds, wrapping up, "such policies also offer the lowest ratio of premium to maximum claim payout in personal lines insurance, making them a relative asset protection bargain for high-net-worth individuals."

To learn more about Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services and the benefits of excess liability insurance policies, please call Joseph Gendelman 800-845-4145 ext 13.

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Nelson Silberberg Inspires Travelers through Volunteer Efforts in South Africa

Nelson Silberberg

Nelson Silberberg

As a world-traveler, Nelson Silberberg's main goal is to help people in need and inspiring others along the way.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — Nelson Silberberg has worked hard to get to where he is currently in his life. Being born in the Dominican Republic and fighting to become a first-generation Floridian, life was not always perfect for Silberberg. However, that never dissuaded him from following his dreams and becoming a Chief Financial Officer. Silberberg loves his job and is thankful for the security it provides him.

Yet, instead of being complacent with his wealth, Nelson Silberberg has become a world traveler. Silberberg often takes trips to Thailand, Vietnam, and South Africa. Although, these trips are not for pleasure, or at least the type of lavish experience one might imagine. No, Silberberg visits these areas to help stave off the overbearing water crisis. He has worked diligently, especially in South Africa, to make life better for those who live there.

South Africa Volunteerism

South Africa is a beautiful country. However, much of the area lacks the abundance of resources America and other countries enjoy. People are starving and dying of thirst daily. A lack of food and a lack of clean water decimates the region’s population. Yet, the people there do their best. Many of these people must walk for miles each day, to provide enough water to survive. Never mind eating.

That is why Nelson Silberberg visits this area of the world often to volunteer. Not only does Silberberg appreciate the rich culture of the country, but he also knows he is making a difference. Through his efforts to lessen the water crisis, Silberberg travels to areas in need and helps to provide clean water.

The Water Crisis

The water crisis, or the lack of clean water, affects over 1.1 billion people globally. While insufficient drinking water is the main concern, there is far more to a lack of water than this. Hygiene, in terms of bathing and working toilets, are also luxuries these people do not have. This leads to infection, compounding the issues even more.

Nelson Silberberg works with other volunteers and organizations that spread awareness about the water crisis and help those affected. Whether people travel, spread awareness through information, or donate to the cause, people are understanding the severity of the situation. That means that more voices are speaking out and more funds are going toward clean water projects. Plus, Nelson Silberberg’s work has inspired more traveler to give their time to such a worthwhile cause.

Inspiring Other Travelers

There are many reasons people can have for going to South Africa. Photographers can go to capture beautiful shots and people can explore their heritage. However, instead of simply doing what travelers came to do, because of Nelson Silberberg, they are helping the people. By setting such a good example, Silberberg is inspiring other travelers to go to South Africa and save people’s lives. Being able to help in such a direct way is a great feeling. Nelson Silberberg is making that feeling even better by sharing it with fellow travelers.

In summation, Nelson Silberberg knows what it is like to have to scrape by. Silberberg has never forgotten the horrible feeling of not knowing where the next meal would come from. Fortunately, he was able to escape the vicious cycle that often plagues families in this situation for generations. However, instead of forgetting about the struggles that made him who he is, he dedicates his resources to helping others.

Nelson Silberberg’s actions and advocacy is bringing light to an issue that usually goes unacknowledged. Moreover, it is motivating others, inspiring them to help the people who need it most. Silberberg and others give what they can, time, money, and talent to make the world a better place for everyone.

Eric Ash
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Custom Service Hardware Introduces AP-Certified Whiteboard Cleaner

CEDARBURG, WI, USA, October 23, 2018 / — Manufacturer and online retailer, Custom Service Hardware (CSH), has just introduced Remooble, a new, 100% green, AP-certified whiteboard cleaner safe for schools and children. Remooble’s non-toxic formula is free of perfumes, preservatives, dyes and is non-abrasive. It is the only whiteboard spray cleaner that has the AP seal certifying that is is non-toxic, yet powerful enough to remove the toughest marks and ghosting, without harming the dry erase surface.

CSH has been a wholesale distributor to the wood working, home building, remodeling, and DIY industry since 1977, with the goal of providing high quality, safe and sustainable products at affordable prices. The company continues to expand its product line to include interesting new products that fit within that model.

“Remooble is a great addition to CSH as we continue to seek sustainable, environmentally safe products,” said Timothy Stepanski, CSH’s Director of Marketing. “Remooble is not only safe for the environment—but certified safe to use even by kids!” he continued.

About CSH
Established in 1977 as a waterbed manufacturer, CSH transitioned to manufacturing and importing hardware for furniture and cabinet makers in the 1990’s before entering into the cabinet distribution business. Today, CSH supplies over 50,000 products to builders, contractors, and homeowners worldwide. With 100,000 square feet of warehouse space and 45 full-time employees, CSH has become a leader in the wholesale hardware and accessories industry.

Timothy Stepanski
Custom Service Hardware
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AdvisorHub Appoints Associate Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer

NEW YORK, NY, USA, October 23, 2018 / — AdvisorHub ( has named Bill Baldenko as Associate Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer.

Bill, who is based in the online publication's New York City office, has held positions of increasing responsibility within the media industry. He worked for the past 28 years at Dow Jones, where he had served as Associate Publisher of "Barron's" and helped transition its traditional print-sales team to multi-media sales.

In addition to leading AdvisorHub's sales team, Bill will use his extensive experience in developing marketing strategies to raise the publication's profile.

“Bill is an accomplished digital sales executive with an outstanding record of success in the financial and business-to-business sector," said Tony Sirianni, CEO & Publisher of AdvisorHub. "He has a proven ability to direct and motivate a high-powered digital sales team and provide the leadership necessary to effect change and encourage new ideas. His appointment shows our commitment to being the definitive source for breaking news, critical compensation data, and a forum for advisors to safely share their opinions on best practices, growth strategies and potent products and services.”

About AdvisorHub:
AdvisorHub provides news, investigative journalism and sophisticated commentary on the wealth management industry. The site also features recruiting deals, compensation information, and other resources crucial to advisors’ business and careers.

AdvisorHub has offices in New York, NY, and Middleburg, VA.

Patrick Clancy
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