SCHOOL MATCH PRO’S LEAD GENERATION WEBSITE OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED BY MATCH PRO MEDIA

  Boca Raton, FL – Match Pro Media, a multi-vertical lead generation company that utilizes a multi-channel approach to web expansion and exposure for clients, this week announced School Match Pro, a platform for school pairing, officially went live. Located at www.schoolmatchpro.com the site will assist individuals interested in furthering their education by giving access to education resources and information on colleges across the country. Dedicated to providing niche research for each industry and client they take on, Match Pro Media has serviced companies with successful lead generation pages in almost every industry.   “Inbound marketing and web based lead generation are the marketing avenues of today’s world,” said David Siegel, Founder and CEO of Match Pro Media. “It’s important to get onboard with the most effective form of marketing, or else risk being left in the digital marketing shadows. We’re incredibly excited to unveil our latest lead generation web property School Match Pro.”   Match Pro Media’s team of experts research the market and execute the channels identified as being the best ways for a business to succeed. Whether it’s utilizing their owned and operated web sites and call centers, or leveraging their large network of advertisers and call[…]






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Excel Arts Announces Non-Profit Efforts to Help Underprivileged children in India

  Excel Arts envision empowering the young generation by providing them the basic means for education.   Basel Area, Switzerland – June 12, 2016 – According to the World Bank reports, 68% of India resides in the rural areas.  According to the recent report of National Sample Survey office (NSSO) (71st report, 2014), the literacy rate in rural India is 71% while in Urban India it is 86%. The gap between being literate and being educated is huge which translates into poor school to college transition.   The condition is worse in rural areas with just 4.3% of them going for graduate studies. High school drop outs, poor infrastructure in primary schools, poor financial conditions at home are some of the factors leading to this dismal condition. Through Excel Arts we want to make a change in the current education system by empowering the youth through education.        Excel Arts was created as an offshoot project ofKnowSus catering mostly to the rural-urban divide in the Indian subcontinent.  Despite tremendous economic growth witnessed by the Asia’s third largest economy, the idea of school and teachers is still naïve to many in different parts of the country, albeit with a varying degree. […]






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Anatomy of A Native American Psycho Thriller – Mohawk Salon Film – filming 2017 in NYC

  Seeking 3,000 investors at $500 toward $1.5 million dollar goal   It’s up to Chicago detective Sam Mitchell to solve the ongoing serial murders of dozens of Afro-American hairdressers, whose scalped remains are being hung like trophies to their salon mirrors. As a rookie in the late 1970s, Sam covered a grisly crime scene in Harlem, where a Native American woman was murdered and scalped and her baby missing. That case was never solved. Is the troubled Black cop up to the task of restoring order to the city?   This is the tantalizing tale of “MoHawk Salon,” a psycho thriller from Los Angeles- and New York York-based Raggedy Ends Productions, LLC. The company is campaigning to raise $1.5 million to fund production and bring the full-length movie to 2,000+ screens by Halloween 2018. With Green Apple Entertainment as their worldwide distributorship and full cast and crew and with Film Director Steven Judd you will not be disappointed sitting on the edge of your seat!   “We are screaming out loud as we continue push towards this pivotal goal in our campaign to take ‘Mohawk Salon’ (new title: Crowning Glory) to the big screen,” says Raggedy Ends Productions Executive[…]






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Vonage CEO Alan Masarek who is suffering from cancer steps down

Alan Masarek, president and CEO of Vonage Business, announced Thursday that he would not return from the phone business. And the company is filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today. In a conference call with reporters, Masarek said he needed the next year to focus on his health and family after being diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer that affects plasma cells. There is no cure. “That’s a whole different mindset that we have to gear towards, that when a patient gets admitted to the hospital, that’s a failure of the health care system, versus that’s what we want because that’s where we make money,” he said. “We need to design systems that take us from intervention to prevention, knowing we’ll always have interventions we need, but we can eliminate them (through) better eating habits, exercise, all the things we know help with health, but we really haven’t incorporated them and encouraged people to do them in a way that truly bends the health care curve.” When it announced the layoffs in March, the company said we are no good no more with phone, costs and property taxes, prompted its decision. He called the company’s capital structure unsustainable. Vonage Holdings Corp.[…]






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