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Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop on Delivering Wholesome Food from “Haunted” Kitchens

Not exactly haunted, but ghost kitchens are the latest business expansion GP has. The ghost kitchen chain opened on March 8 of this year. It currently has a location in Santa Monica but can deliver to places like Beverly Hills. They also deliver to Culver, Brentwood, and Venice. Fun fact: the Santa Monica location used to be a chicken farm prior to its transformation in 2016.  The Goop brand name ...

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LAUSD Schools Reopening to Accommodate In-Person Classes Despite the Pandemic

The LA Unified School District conducted a survey. The results? It showed that only 50 percent of families agreed to traditional classroom setups. This number comes from elementary school representatives. Assuming the other 50 answers, the district will only allow thirty-three percent capacity. The rest will continue with their online class setups. Convincing parents that schools are already safe is a challenge the LAUSD has to face. Part of the ...

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How to Host a Virtual Event: Virtual Events Hosting For Dummies

There are 4.66 billion people on the internet right now and they’re all potential audiences for a virtual event. The time they spend on the internet is a very valuable resource to take advantage of. So how does one start hosting a virtual event? Virtual events are similar to regular events in that it involves three components: a host, an audience, and a set of activities. In this article, much ...

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Zavikon Launches Recruitment Firm for Disabled and Neurodivergent Job Candidates

Zavikon, founded by Milestones Visionary Employer Award winner Rebecca Beam, announced the launch of its recruitment, career coaching, workplace readiness, and job accommodation identification services. The company’s unique offering helps employers recruit people with disabilities and neurodivergent talents to promote diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workplace. Zavikon: Neurodiversity Recruitment Firm Our mission is to build a bridge to disability inclusion in the workplace by placing skilled talent into meaningful ...

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How ServiceTitan Raised Its Value to a Thousand Percent

There's a niche for everything. Even jobs like plumbing and AC repairs have a dedicated team of professionals. Sadly, most of these are small-time and individually-operated businesses. These types of businesses thrive because they get just the right amount of exposure it needs. But not for Ara Mahdessian and Vahey Kuzoyan. ServiceTitan is Now Worth $8.3 Billion These two met back in college and helped their fathers. They developed software ...

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Aadhar Jain, CEO at Microlit

As research costs continue to grow in the coming years, the need to provide effective solutions that can keep pace with technology, while minimizing expenses has never been greater.  Strong R&D and cost optimization at instrument manufacturing companies has brought about significant improvements. Still, finding the sweet spot between high precision and reasonable costs for lab equipment is the desired outcome for laboratories across the country.  We spoke to Aadhar ...

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Using Constraints to Your Advantage in UX Design

Have you ever opened your sketchpad for a landing page where you’ve been given little direction beyond buzzwords like “exciting” and “fun” and the worst, “modern,” and felt intimidated by the blank canvas? I know I have, and I’ve been doing this for more than 20 years. Design Constraints in UX Design It’s a common problem for any creative. When you have no limitations, everything is an option. You may ...

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Grin Gaming Launches an AI-driven Tech Platform That Lets Users Predict Every Moments in Sports, Stocks, Crypto

We wouldn’t exactly call it betting, but Grin Gaming makes you enjoy watching sports and keeping you engaged not just mentally, but financially. Betting on games isn’t a new concept but Grin Gaming casts a wider net in terms of the games available for prediction. From sports to stocks, Grin Gaming is gamifying live events in an innovative way that meets the current state of attention competition Grin Gaming provides ...

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Google and Nonprofit Partners Launch Job Readiness Training for Formerly Incarcerated Californians

As part of Second Chance Month, Google is announcing the Grow with Google Career Readiness for Reentry Program, a new initiative to bring digital skills and job readiness training to formerly incarcerated individuals in California. In California, Grow with Google is partnering with five nonprofits — The Last Mile, Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), Defy Ventures — that have proven track records for developing and delivering high-quality job reentry training. The program will train 10,000 across ...

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More Tech Companies Plan To Let Employees Back To The Office

Facebook, Uber, and Microsoft already reopened their offices for their employees. The shift from home to office will take effect in May.  Facebook started a work-from-home set up last May 2020. It was during this time when the pandemic was still in its early stages. Tech Companies Going Back to Office Facebook's VP for HR Brynn Harrington said staff can work from home permanently. All the employees need to do ...

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Your Daily Coffee May Soon Be at Risk From Suez Blockage

News of the recent Suez Canal blockage by a container ship caused delays for merchants. It was only a few days but the effects were visible as the passage is a major maritime trade route. The effect had cost delays in shipment for oil and natural gas. The route carries over ten percent of the global trade. A similar situation could happen to coffee, or more accurately, is happening right ...

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Podcast: Niraj Shah & Steve Conine on Launching Wayfair

Cornell University roommates Niraj and Steve started with developing internet directories when Netscape was still the default browser. They tell their stories as beginner entrepreneurs and how they described themselves as great salesmen. The hype surrounding the internet allowed them to expand their business but they had run into some issues with competing with other businesses. Fast forward to 2001, they changed their focus to mobile phones and had an ...

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On-Demand Esports Training Platform, ProGuides Hires Digital Media Veteran Paul Condolora as COO

ProGuides, esports’ leading on-demand training platform, has hired Paul Condolora as Chief Operating Officer (COO) after two years of explosive growth to help the company scale and maximize profitability. Per a recent Neilson study, gaming activity spiked 45% as players committed more time than ever to their favorite games during the safer-at-home season. In conjunction, ProGuides grew significantly in both premium subscribers to its on-demand, interactive video coaching courses, and ...

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Bill To Keep Restaurant Businesses Afloat Undergoes Review this April

Senator Scott Weiner wants changes to the alcohol licensing. At least that's what Senate Bill 314 was about. The bill affects the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control in giving out licenses. If successful, it will reduce the number of months businesses have to wait. The bill aims to shorten it to less than half a year. It also allows consumers to purchase beer. It enables licensees to sell alcohol. Transactions can ...

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Blue Origin To Simulate Lunar Gravity on Rocket Launches for NASA

Blue Origin started a collaboration with NASA last year. The space agency announced partnerships with several aerospace manufacturers.  Jeff Bezos' sub-orbital spaceflight service has goals to reduce costs. The company started using the concept of vertical-takeoff and vertical-landing in 2015. Up to this day, the company is ongoing operations to make it possible for tourists to visit outer space. Blue Origin Team Up With NASA to Simulate Lunar Gravity The ...

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Whatnot Has Its "What-If" Moments With Explosive Monthly Growth

25-year old Pokemon card collector Shane looks for deals. He does this by scrolling through Instagram and Facebook. All the hosts fire off speeches about product specs and pricing. Shane watches and hopes his comment gets noticed by the host. The record high for the most expensive Pokemon card auctioned is $375,000.  This card was in a Japanese tournament in 1998. The card found its way to eBay with a ...

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Prince Harry Joins BetterUp Mental Health Startup as 'Chief Impact Officer' - What He'll Do

BetterUp provides employees and individuals professional counseling services. Based in San Francisco, this company has over 2000 professional coaches.  Prince Harry Got a Job: ‘Chief Impact Officer’ of Virtual Coaching Firm The business started in 2013. Its goal is to help employees and other professionals regarding mental health. Prince Harry's role within the company is a continuation of his passion projects. BetterUp coaches conduct their sessions with clients via a ...

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Hooray! VidCon is Back From Virtual, Dates Released for Anaheim Convention Center

2 years ago, VidCon celebrated its ten-year anniversary. It has allowed fans, creators, and audiences to discuss ideas. It also acted as a venue to expand their networks.  VidCon is a fount of information to those who are looking to level up their content creation skills. The conference's biggest participants are Youtube vloggers and content creators. One can safely assume that most attendees are fans of a Youtube content creator. ...

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WellSet Launches a Marketplace To Find Alternative Healthcare Professionals

Telemedicine existed when phones started having the ability to connect two people via live video chat. But these limited people’s options when it comes to looking for the right people to talk to. Either you had to look up the professional on the web yourself or get their contacts prior to doing that. WellSet is a Marketplace To Find And Book Alternative Healthcare Professionals With Wellset, it’s the yellow page ...

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