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Beyond a mere discussion of pension law requirements, the operational and ethical aspects of fiduciary duty will be covered in this briskly paced podcast.
One of the biggest challenges our partners face is how to stay within the Infusionsoft Trademark Requirements. What can you do and what can you do? What can you use and not use? What can you say and not say? Join us as we answer all of these questions and so many more regarding the Infusionsoft Trademark Policies.
Jeremy Moreno, Accredited Advisor of Insurance, joined Tolman & Wiker Insurance Services, LLC in 2011. He specializes in risk advisement to executives and business owners. His specialties are in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, finance, and technology.
Prior to entering the insurance industry, Jeremy has years of experience in starting an agricultural marketing division for a row crop grower on the Central Coast of California. Jeremy has experience in sales, management, food safety compliance, quality control, accounting, contract review, commodity pricing, inventory management, content management, recall procedures and finance. Jeremy attended the University of Southern California and Fresno State. He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with a Focus in Entrepreneurship and Management.
In addition, Jeremy is active in a number of professional associations including AgSafe, Grower Shipper Association, Boys and Girls Club, Rotary International, Toastmasters International, Santa Maria Operation of Transportation Helpers, Young Professionals, and the Santa Maria Chamber of Commerce.
2. The world population is projected to go over 9 billion by 2050 with production to grow by 60%.
3. This will place major challenges for the global food supply chain.
4. Product contamination and recall liability is a major risk for food producers.
5. How can the insurance industry help food growers, processors and distributors?
6. What are the business insurance requirements for food producers?
7. Are there additional risks which can be minimized with business insurance?
Jeremy Moreno, AAI
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Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) was first identified in 1976, when it first appeared in 1976 in 2 simultaneous outbreaks, in Nzara, Sudan, and in Yambuku, Democratic Republic of Congo. The virus is named after the Ebola River, which runs near the Congolese village where one of the first outbreaks happened. Genus Ebola virus is 1 of 3 members of the Filoviridae family (filovirus), along with genus Marburgvirus and genus Cuevavirus. Genus Ebola virus comprises 5 distinct species: BDBV, EBOV, and SUDV have been associated with large EVD outbreaks in Africa, whereas RESTV and TAFV have not. The RESTV species, found in Philippines and the People’s Republic of China, can infect humans, but no illness or death in humans from this species has been reported to date. EVD received a lot of popular attention due to the best-seller, “The Hot Zone” and the Hollywood blockbuster movie, Outbreak, which the focused on an outbreak of a fictional Ebola-like virus called Motaba in Zaire and later in a small town in the United States.
Detail fact on Ebola and Chronology of previous Ebola virus disease outbreaks can be found here: http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs103/en/
Constitutionalist Mitch Van Biljon will discuss Natural Born requirements. Other guest will include CDR Charles Kerchner (ret) protect our liberty and Sharon Rondeau from The Post Email. Wheresobamasbirthcertificate.com
Evangelism is the process of letting others know about one's faith. Evangelism is a direct command of Christ to the Christian. But what are the requirements for evangelism? In this message delivered at Huntsville Baptist Church, Pastor Brian discusses the three requirements of evangelism in this first message in the series titled "A Journey through Romans."
Kent J. McDonald uncovers better ways of delivering value by doing it and helping others do it. His more than 15 years of experience include work in business analysis, strategic planning, project management, and product development in a variety of industries including financial services, health insurance, performance marketing, human services, nonprofit, and automotive. He is active in the business analysis and agile software development communities helping people share stories about what does and does not work. He shares those stories at beyondrequirements.com, techwell.com, and projectconnections.com in addition to presenting at and helping organize several local and international conferences.
He is co-author of Stand Back and Deliver: Accelerating Business Agility, a book that brings together immediately usable frameworks and step-by-step processes that help organizations deliver business value and build competitive advantage.
His current project is Beyond Requirements: Analysis with an Agile Mindset. Available on Amazon.com - http://amzn.to/1rkYKUf
Article: What Are We Building Again? http://www.projectconnections.com/articles/070507-mcdonald.html
Kingdom Life Ministries International (KLMi) welcomes you to join us for our “Sunday Morning Kingdom” where we broadcast our service for those who cannot make it locally, nationally, and abroad. Call in at 12 noon every Sunday (310)982-4267 or logon to www.blogtalkradio.com/4kingdomawareness. Where we celebrate Kingdom First, Kingdom Now, Kingdom Life!!!!!!
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with attorney Marcy Lahart Pit bull assistance animals and condominium accommodation under Miami Dade County's breed ban. Regular show episodes include:
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As we once again face the promise of a conflict with a limited mission and a strangely ill-defined Strategic and Operational design - what do we need to keep in mind not just from recent history, but the longer term record?
History shows us that military and political leaders either over or under appreciate changing technology, outmoded doctrine, and the imperfect correlation between past experience and present requirements.
From the national psyche to stockpiled war reserves - what happens when the short and splendid turns in to the long slog?
Using his latest article in The National Interest, The Most Terrifying Lesson of World War I: War Is Not Always "Short and Sharp," as a starting point, but expanding to a much broader discussion, our guest for the full hour will be Chris Dougherty, research fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) .
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