1st United Credit Union Reminds Consumers to Review Credit Report

1st United Credit Union reminds consumers that it’s time to check their credit reports.

PLEASANTON, CA, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
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to Review Credit Report

PLEASANTON, CA (FEBRUARY 14, 2019): 1st United Credit Union reminds consumers that it’s time to check their credit reports. Regular review helps to catch discrepancies and reveal a possible identity theft situation before it escalates. The sooner consumers can find and correct errors, the healthier their credit could be.

Monitoring a credit report is like a health checkup – but for your finances. Consumers thinking about applying for loans should check their credit far in advance of submitting an application,” commented Tosha Eagles-Williams, Chief Lending Officer at 1st United Credit Union. “This gives a consumer a better chance of correcting any errors early.”

Accessing a credit report is free and easy to do and checking it does not impact your credit score. That’s because Federal Law requires each of the three nationwide credit reporting agencies to provide consumers with a free credit report every 12 months, if they request it.

Operated jointly by the three major credit bureaus, annualcreditreport.com is the website recommended by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as the only authorized website for free credit reports. But consumers don’t need to order reports from all three agencies at the same time. 1st United recommends spreading them out so consumers can spot changes or discrepancies throughout the year. For example, check Equifax now, TransUnion in May, and Experian in September.

To help consumers read their report, 1st United Credit Union has published an overview of how to monitor a credit report. 1st United Credit Union offers appointments at their branches for their members to sit with a staff member who can walk them through their credit report. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, or Kings Counties in California. Consumers can reach out to their personal bank or credit union to see if they offer credit report review.

About 1st United Credit Union
It doesn’t get simpler, faster and friendlier than 1st United Credit Union. As one of the first credit unions in California, 1st United Credit Union was founded in 1932 and has been thriving in the San Francisco East Bay Area ever since. Membership is available to anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, or Kings Counties in California. We believe in local, neighborly banking and hope you will too. For more information, visit 1stunitedcu.org.

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Vee Technologies’ CEO, Chocko Valliappa, is Named Recipient of Top YPO Sustainability Award

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Chocko Valliappa, CEO of Vee Technologies, was named a recipient of the 2018 Social Enterprise Network Sustainability Award for Education by YPO.

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2019 – Chocko Valliappa, CEO of Vee Technologies, was named a recipient of the 2018 Social Enterprise Network (SEN) Sustainability Award for Education by YPO, the premier global leadership organization that consists of more than 27,000 chief executives in over 130 countries.

Created 11 years ago, the SEN Awards single out YPO members who are instilling change in their communities and companies. Each winner and finalist leads a venture which makes a positive impact in areas including health care, equality, education and employment with goals aimed at eradicating poverty and preserving the planet. Mr. Valliappa received this prestigious award for his dedication to his community through Sona Yukti.

Sona Yukti, in partnership with the government of India, focuses on providing life-changing opportunities for the disadvantaged. To date, it has built 50 vocational schools in rural areas of India which provide a skilled workforce for companies that enable workers to lift themselves from poverty. Sona Yukti has helped more than 55,000 economically disadvantaged individuals, the majority women, train for and achieve highly skilled jobs.

About Vee Technologies

Vee Technologies is a leading global business process management company headquartered in New York City and Bangalore. The company works as a trusted partner to enterprises and organizations around the world, delivering production 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.

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Gluteal Surgeons Unite To Defend Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure

Surgeons Create WAGS to Promote Safer BBL Techniques and Avoid Deadly Outcomes

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — After years of misinformation and confusing statements regarding the dangers of the Brazilian Butt Lift ("BBL") Procedure, an Association has been formed to educate the public and help train surgeons in the safest BBL techniques. On February 1st, 2019, The World Association of Gluteal Surgeons (WAGS) was officially launched by some of the biggest names in Plastic Surgery. The group consists of surgeons who are committed to performing aesthetic gluteal shaping procedures in the safest manner possible.

The inaugural President of the Association is Michael Salzhauer, MD, more popularly known as "Dr. Miami", a board-certified plastic surgeon who became a house-hold name when he pioneered the broadcast of plastic surgery procedures to a mainstream social media audience.

The Association began with a few concerned surgeons and has quickly grown to seventy surgeons in eleven countries.

In recent years, the Brazilian Butt Lift has been reported as the most dangerous cosmetic surgery in the world with the highest mortality rate. What is often not reported is that the success of the procedure is highly technique and experience dependent. It is the contention of WAGS surgeons that the reported high-mortality rate is due to a burgeoning demand for this procedure by the general public and a lack of training opportunities for doctors. In reality, it is the lack of surgical training and education and not the procedure itself, which is the greatest danger. WAGS was created to fill this educational void in order to educate and protect patients.

WAGS surgeons have collectively performed nearly 100,000 successful BBL's and are here to clear up the confusion. Their goal is to educate the public about the safety and benefits of the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure and to provide the necessary resources to the surgeons around the world to perform this operation safely and achieve excellent results. WAGS surgeons are committed to putting patient safety FIRST.

For more on The World Association of Gluteal Surgeons contact Domenick Nati at DNati@GlutealSurgeons.org

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The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Announces New Scientific and Medical Advisory Board

The new SMAB is co-chared by R. Kate Kelley (MD) , UCSF, and Nabeel Bardeesy, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital.

This new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board will be equipped to accelerate collaboration between the scientific and medical communities”

— Stacie Lindsey, CCF President and Founder

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) is pleased to announce the formation of a new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board (SMAB). This new advisory board will replace the separate Scientific Advisory and Medical Advisory Boards.

"This new Scientific and Medical Advisory Board will be equipped to accelerate collaboration between the scientific and medical communities," explained Stacie Lindsey, CCF President and Founder.

The new SMAB is co-chared by R. Kate Kelley MD , UCSF, and Nabeel Bardeesy, PhD, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital. Board members of SMAB include: Donald L. Coppock, PhD, Gregory Gores, MD, Theodore Sunki Hong, MD, Milind Javle, MD, Shishir K. Maithel, MD, FACS, Rachna T Shroff, MD, MS, Ben Stanger, MD PhD, and Juan Valle, MB ChB MSc FRCP.

The formation of the SMAB was announced at the 2019 Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Annual Conference in Salt Lake City, UT at the beginning February, 2019.

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ICare4Autism Announces Kickoff of Nationwide High School Apprenticeship Training Program For All High School Students

Founder and CEO, Dr. Joshua Weinstein presents at 2018 ICare4Autism National Conference

NEW YORK, NY , USA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — ICare4Autism announces the launch of a nationwide Apprenticeship Training Program aimed at training all high school students who plan to enter the workplace directly upon graduation. The program kicks off with the formation of a Commission of experts who will create a uniform framework that can be implemented nationwide, which they will present to the students. This training program, considered the first of its kind, will be designed to meet the specific needs of high school students and not the more traditional audience of college students and adults in continuing education programs.

During the 2018 ICare4Autism National Conference, educators, policy officials, and experts from various backgrounds shared their voices on the introduction of a comprehensive training program across the United States for high school students with disabilities. ICare4Autism presented its vision of providing each high school graduate with a general education degree and readiness skills to pursue higher education.

Dr. Weinstein, CEO and founder of ICare4Autism shared his vision with stakeholders, emphasizing that this comprehensive apprentice workforce program would provide "individuals (while still in high school) with a personalized transition plan which, if needed, can also include an employment specialist, job coach, assistance with job searches, as well as on-the-job training and support services.”

The establishment of a Commission is a first step toward strengthening the U.S. workforce by formulating specific action plans for all high school students in nationwide apprenticeship programs.

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"Read the Fine Print Before Accidentally Giving Away Your Technology" – article by attorneys Frank Lauletta & Randy Ford

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Lauletta Birnbaum, Attorney Frank A. Lauletta

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Beware and be careful not to give away your valuable intellectual property when distributing your goods or services.

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No matter how imposing or non-negotiable a customer’s form of agreement may appear, don’t be afraid to ask for a change.”

— Frank A. Lauletta & Randy Ford, Attorneys at Lauletta Birnbaum

SEWELL, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Seller beware. Whether you are a software company, cloud-based service provider, data provider, IT vendor, research firm, or any other business that sells products or services based on proprietary technology or concepts, beware and be careful not to give away your valuable intellectual property when distributing your goods or services.

Businesses that sell a technology or other proprietary service are often selling to larger more established companies. Many large companies have a standard one-size-fits-all form of vendor services agreement used for everything from staplers to sophisticated software. Often the form agreement is written based on the assumption that you (the vendor) are creating the technology, concept, or idea specifically for this customer and that the entire work product being delivered belongs to the customer. Another common provision that is less onerous but can nonetheless be problematic is when the form agreement states that you (the vendor) own the underlying concept or technology but that any modifications, enhancements, or customizations completed in connection with the services belong to the customer.

In either event, signing such a vendor agreement could have a long-term, negative impact on your ability to grow and expand your business in the future. In the first situation, you have arguably sold your entire technology to your customer. In the second situation, you have kept the underlying technology or know-how, but have limited your ability to sell or license functionality or know-how you may have developed while working with that customer to other potential customers. It is not uncommon that your other customers and prospective customers have the same or similar functionality requirements but just haven’t contacted you yet. You do not want to restrict your ability to work with other customers requiring similar work for which you have experience in providing.

Read the Fine Print

Just because the agreement looks like a preprinted form with dense type and hard to read paragraphs doesn’t mean it isn’t enforceable. In fact, it probably is and, furthermore, a customer that believes it purchased proprietary technology from you may very well seek to protect that ownership. The customer most likely does not intend to go into your business itself, but the customer may be very interested in keeping its competitors from benefitting from the services that you provided to them. In sum, any vendor agreement form presented by a potential customer should be reviewed carefully to ensure that it does not jeopardize your ability to continue to market and distribute your technology, concept or services to others.

If You Don’t Ask, the Answer is “No”

No matter how imposing or non-negotiable a customer’s form of agreement may appear, don’t be afraid to ask for a change. If a potential customer objects to making any changes you can always agree to sign it later, but if you don’t ask, you have no chance of protecting yourself. It is rare that a potential customer will walk away simply because you asked to make a change to an agreement, and if the potential customer does, it may likely be an excuse as opposed to a reason. Finally, failure to suggest any changes to an agreement may be viewed as a red-flag by the customer that your business is not taking appropriate risk avoidance measures or is under-funded.

Ask Nicely

Negotiating changes to a vendor agreement does not need to be a hard-nosed adversarial process. Ask nicely. Point out that the form agreement does not fit the circumstances of your particular product or service. A potential customer is much more likely to agree to change its form agreement to reflect that you retain ownership of your technology during the negotiation process before you sign the agreement, than cede ownership of it after you sign.

About the Authors:

For more information related to negotiating and finalizing licensing agreements, distribution agreements and other commercial contracts, contact Frank Lauletta (flauletta@lauletta.com) or Randy Ford (rford@lauletta.com) of Lauletta Birnbaum LLC.

About Frank A. Lauletta

As a general corporate attorney, Frank Lauletta’s practice focuses heavily on representing and counseling a broad array of emerging growth and established companies in both the public and private sectors. With his broad legal experience, executive-level background, and vast relationships in the legal, venture capital, and high technology communities, Frank is uniquely suited to serve as outside general counsel to clients. Working closely with executive management teams, Frank currently serves in this capacity to a number of software, telecommunications, and high technology companies throughout the United States.

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Dr. Matthew Bogard publishes an article on why adults develop arthritis

Dr Matthew Bogard NE and IA

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Arthritis is one of the most common chronic diseases that affects a large population of the worldwide population. Read on to learn more about this disease.

Matthew Bogard, MD (N/A:N/A)

Arthritis can occur in any joint of your body including your knees, ankles, elbows, wrists, and fingers…. This can make it difficult or painful to complete everyday tasks.”

— Dr. Matthew Bogard

OMAHA, NEBRASKA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Arthritis – inflammation of the joints – isn’t confined to people who are elderly. It can affect everyone, including children. According to research, about 54 million adults and 300 thousand children have arthritis of one kind or another. If you feel that your joints hurt too much, read this article to decipher if you are suffering from arthritis. We’ll be taking a look at arthritis types, symptoms, and causes in this article.
Arthritis can occur in any joint of your body including your knees, ankles, elbows, wrists, and fingers. If you’re suffering from arthritis, you will feel pain and sometimes swelling in affected joints. This can make it difficult or painful to complete everyday tasks.

Types of Arthritis

Arthritis refers to about 120 different types of diseases. Some of the most common forms of arthritis are listed below.

• Osteoarthritis
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Psoriatic arthritis
• Gout
• Lupus

Causes

Arthritis can occur for various reasons and each subtype of arthritis has its own causes. Let’s take a look at the different types of arthritis individually.

Osteoarthritis

The joints in your body have a jelly-like protective covering called cartilage. It protects your joints from wear and tear, allowing you to move easily. Osteoarthritis is the condition when the cartilage in your body breaks down because of injuries, stress or due to increasing age. This causes pain when you move your joints.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

This type of arthritis is an autoimmune disease which means that your body’s immune system attacks your joints. The reason why the body reacts this way is not yet known.

Psoriatic Arthritis

This type of arthritis is part of a medical condition called psoriasis in which patients develop red and white patches of inflamed and itchy skin.

Gout

This type of arthritis develops when the level of uric acid become elevated. The excess uric acid builds up in different parts of your body including your joints. It may occur if you consume foods that contain high amounts of uric acid or your kidneys have failed to process the uric acid produced by your body.

Lupus

Lupus is a condition in which your immune system attacks your body parts including joints, brain, kidneys, skin, and other organs. The reason why your immune system acts this way is not exactly known.

Symptoms

Different types of arthritis have different symptoms. These are common signs that indicate you have arthritis.

Osteoarthritis

• Sharp pain in joints
• Difficulty in walking
• Joints become stiff when you wake up

Rheumatoid Arthritis

• Sharp pain in joints
• Stiffness and swelling in joints
• Symmetrical pattern of pain. This means if your right hand is affected, your left hand will also be affected.

Psoriatic Arthritis

• Swollen fingers and toes
• Discolored fingernails
• Sharp pain and stiffness in joints

Gout

• Stiff joints
• Sharp joint pain usually in your toes, elbows, ankles, knees, or fingers.
• Redness and swelling of joints

Lupus

• Sharp pain in joints
• Headache
• Swollen limbs
• Rashes around cheeks
• Mouth sores
• Hair loss
• Anemia
• Chest pain

If you think your body is exhibiting these symptoms, you should get yourself checked by a doctor. Arthritis can be managed with proper medication and exercises if diagnosed at an early stage. However, most types of arthritis cannot be completely cured. So, visit your doctor today to know if you have arthritis.

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San José City College's Technest Program Named Finalist for Bellwether Award

Technest is a prime example of what education in the 21st century needs to become.”

— Gregory Waters, president and CEO of Integrated Device Technology

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — San Jose City College’s (SJCC) innovative Technest program was recently selected as a finalist for the prestigious Bellwether Award.

The Bellwether Award, which is presented in three categories: Instructional Programs & Services; Planning, Governance & Finance; and Workforce Development, is widely regarded as the nation’s most competitive and prestigious recognition awards for community colleges. They are designed to identify outstanding and innovative programs which can then be shared and implemented as best practices at other colleges.

Out of hundreds of submissions, only ten programs from across the nation are selected as finalists for each category. Technest, which is a collaboration between SJCC; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); and Integrated Device Technology, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance, mixed-signal semiconductors solutions for the communications, computing, and consumer industries, was named a finalist in the Workforce Development category.

“It is truly an honor to have been named a finalist for a Bellwether Award in the Workforce Development category,” said SJCC Acting President Roland Montemayor. “Only the most innovative new programs from across the country earn this distinction, and we’re pleased to be able to share this outstanding collaboration on a larger scale.”

Technest was created at SJCC with the goal of increasing access to IT careers for underrepresented groups by offering low-cost training in coding, data science, and Internet of Things technology. In addition to the educational and industry collaborators, workforce development partners provide career counseling, job development, and on-the-job training opportunities to participating students.

“We strive to have MIT perspectives and knowledge impact as many people as possible through our Open Learning programs, OpenCourseWare and MITx,” said Dana Doyle, director of the MITx Program. “Having this kind of collaboration helps us further MIT’s mission ‘to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century.’ We look forward to continuing our work with SJCC.”

This spring, Technest students can study either Python computer programming or data science, with both courses offered at both the main SJCC campus in San Jose and the SJECCD Milpitas Extension.

“Technest is a prime example of what education in the 21st century needs to become. It emphasizes project-based learning and hands-on implementation over theory. It is exceptionally well integrated with industry and has increased the motivation of leading companies to be more involved,” said Gregory Waters, president, and CEO of Integrated Device Technology. “Perhaps best of all, Technest is training people for what is coming in the new information economy – which creates opportunity for everyone.”

The Bellwether College Consortium, which created the Bellwether Award, is a group of colleges charged with addressing the critical issues facing community colleges through relevant research and the promotion and replication of best practices.

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3D Printing Market 2019 Global Analysis & Forecast to 2025 Market Research Report

New Study On “2018-2023 3D Printing Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global 3D Printing Industry

New Study On “2018-2023 3D Printing Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

The global 3D printing market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 15.2% during 2018-2023. The global 3D printing market is majorly driven by growing adoption in broad spectrum of industries automotive, aerospace, dental, discrete, high tech, and medical products. Global 3D printing market players are contributing significantly in prototyping, product development and innovation. Introduction of low priced mid-level 3D printers, enhanced accuracy and new developments are expected to boost the market growth in near future. Rising demand for customized 3D printing in healthcare will boost the 3D printing market across the globe. 3D printing market has wide range of applications that serve many industries such as construction and building, healthcare, aerospace and defense and architecture.

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Globally, North America leads the global 3D technology due to high investments from manufacturers and growing demand for 3D printing in varied domains. However, APAC is predicted to grow at the highest CAGR due to rising demand for 3D printing, majorly in construction and healthcare domain. The report covers detailed market overview, market determinants, company profiling, market segmentation, geographical analysis, key company analysis, key findings, strategic recommendations, market estimations, market insights, analyst insights and predictive analysis of the market.

Moreover, the global 3D printing market players such as Stratasys Ltd., 3D systems, Materialise NV, and The ExOne Company are contributing considerably in the growth of the market. Other companies such as Arcam AB, EnvisionTEC, Luxexcel and Makerbot industries LLC have considerable developments in 3D printing technology. Innovation is the key strategy adopted in the 3D printing technology market. Further, companies are looking forward to venture in to emerging areas such as fashion and gaming and sports. The 3D printing companies such as 3D systems, ARCAM AB are constantly focusing on reducing the cost of the products. Also, with the increasing competition in the market, companies are focusing on customized products. Rising demand for customization of 3D printing products such as knee joint and hip joints will boost the 3D printing market in near future.

RESEARCH METHODS AND TOOLS:

To derive the number, the market is analysed by referring annual reports of 3D printer manufacturer and distributer. Annual reports of the companies provide deep knowledge about the revenue in a particular region and other prospects. Furthermore, an overview of dominating and fastest growing segment market share is also derived on the basis of information provided by annual reports of the company. Beside this, geographical locations of major market player are analysed. Expansion or acquisition of services in a particular region has been taken into consideration. The US, European countries, Japan, China, India and Brazil are the major location taken in to consideration. Average cost analysis of 3D printing on the basis of geography has been derived from multiple sources in different countries. The cost of 3D printing products varies in different economies which is also considered to derive the market numbers.

MARKET SEGMENTATION:

Global 3D printing market is segmented on the basis of technology, material, end user and region. The report includes following segments and sub-segments:

Global 3D Printing Market Research and Analysis, by Technology
Global 3D Printing Market Research and Analysis, by Material
Global 3D Printing Market Research and Analysis, by End User
Global 3D Printing Market Research and Analysis, by Region

The report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of global 3D printing market
In-depth analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the global 3D printing market
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the global 3D printing market
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

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Some Major Points from Table of content:

REPORT SUMMARY
1.1. RESEARCH METHODS AND TOOLS
1.2. MARKET BREAKDOWN
1.2.1. BY SEGMENTS
1.2.2. BY GEOGRAPHY
1.2.3. BY STAKEHOLDERS
2. MARKET OVERVIEW AND INSIGHTS
2.1. DEFINITION
2.2. ANALYST INSIGHT & CURRENT MARKET TRENDS
2.2.1. KEY FINDINGS
2.2.2. RECOMMENDATION
2.2.3. CONCLUSION
2.3. REGULATIONS
2.3.1.1. UNITED STATES
2.3.1.2. EUROPEAN UNION
2.3.1.3. CHINA
2.3.1.4. INDIA
3. MARKET DETERMINANT
3.1. MOTIVATORS
3.1.1. HIGH DEMAND FOR CUSTOMIZED 3D PRINTING PRODUCTS
3.1.2. 3D PRINTING IN HEALTHCARE IS PREFERRED BY HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
3.1.3. APPLICATION IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION IS DRIVING THE MARKET
3.1.4. NEW INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGIES
3.1.5. SIGNIFICANT DEMAND FROM AVIONICS SECTOR
3.1.6. R&D WILL BOOST THE 3D PRINTING MARKET
3.2. RESTRAINTS
3.2.1. HIGH INITIAL COST REQUIRED
3.2.2. RELUCTANCE TO ADOPT
3.2.3. MASS PRODUCTION BY 3D PRINTING IS NOT SO ECONOMICAL
3.3. OPPORTUNITIES
3.3.1. UNTAPPED MARKET IN THE END-USER INDUSTRIES
3.3.2. GROWING PRINTED ELECTRONICS MARKET
3.3.3. EMERGING JEWELRY MARKET
4. MARKET SEGMENTATION
4.1. GLOBAL 3D PRINTING MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY
4.1.1. STEREO LITHOGRAPHY (SLA) TECHNOLOGY
4.1.2. JETTING TECHNOLOGY
4.1.3. LASER SINTERING TECHNOLOGY
4.1.4. SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING (SLS) TECHNOLOGY
4.1.5. DIRECT METAL LASER SINTERING (DMLS) TECHNOLOGY
4.1.6. ELECTRON BEAM MELTING (EBM) TECHNOLOGY
4.1.7. FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING (FDM)
4.1.8. OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
4.2. GLOBAL 3D PRINTING MARKET BY MATERIAL
4.2.1. BY POLYMER
4.2.1.1. ACRYLONITRILE BUTADIENE STYRENE (ABS)
4.2.1.2. POLYLATIC ACID (PLA)
4.2.1.3. HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (HDPE)
4.2.1.4. LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE (LDPE)
4.2.1.5. NYLON
4.2.1.6. OTHER POLYMERS
4.2.2. BY METALS AND ALLOYS
4.2.2.1. STEEL
4.2.2.2. SILVER
4.2.2.3. TITANIUM
4.2.2.4. GOLD
4.2.2.5. OTHERS METALS
4.3. GLOBAL 3D PRINTING MARKET BY END USER
4.3.1. AEROSPACE AND AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY
4.3.2. CONSUMER GOODS
4.3.3. HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
4.3.4. DENTAL INDUSTRY
4.3.5. EDUCATION AND RESEARCH INDUSTRY
4.3.6. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
4.3.7. OTHERS INDUSTRY
5. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
6. REGIONAL ANALYSIS
6.1. NORTH AMERICAN
6.1.1. UNITED STATES
6.1.2. CANADA
6.2. EUROPE
6.2.1. U.K
6.2.2. GERMANY
6.2.3. ITALY
6.2.4. SPAIN
6.2.5. FRANCE
6.2.6. ROE
6.3. ASIA PACIFIC
6.3.1. INDIA
6.3.2. CHINA
6.3.3. JAPAN
6.3.4. ROAPAC
6.4. REST OF THE WORLD
7. COMPANY PROFILES
7.1. 3D HUBS
7.2. 3DCONNEXION
7.3. 3D SYSTEMS
7.4. ARCAM AB
7.5. AUTODESK INDIA PVT. LTD.
7.6. DASSAULT SYSTÈMES

Norah Trent
WISEGUY RESEARCH CONSULTANTS PVT LTD
8411985042
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Triage Cancer Partners with American Cancer Society for Free Health Care Professional Retreat

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, USA, February 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 14, 2019
Contact: Joanna Morales, jm@triagecancer.org, 310.489.0856

TRIAGE CANCER PARTNERS WITH AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY FOR FREE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL RETREAT

LOS ANGELES, CA, February 12, 2019 — Triage Cancer Chief Executive Officer, Joanna Morales, Esq., today announced the organization has partnered with the American Cancer Society to host a FREE training retreat for health care professionals over the course of two days in Hollywood, Florida, offering both an Insurance & Finance Intensive and an In-Service on Navigating Work & Insurance.

This retreat will provide attendees with valuable information about improving patient and caregiver access to valuable information about legal and practical cancer survivorship issues. Issues addressed include dealing with individual & employer-sponsored health insurance, Medicare & Medicaid, tips on using health insurance & appeals, navigating disability insurance & appeals, managing finances & getting financial help, working through treatment, taking time off work and returning to work, disclosure decisions, and more!

Triage Cancer held a successful Health Care Professional Retreat in Palm Springs, CA in 2018, where more than 69 health care professionals attended the events to better help their patients address financial toxicity issues within a cancer diagnosis.
“Thank you for doing this. As a nurse, this information is not provided in school and it is difficult to navigate day to day. All nurses need this information and if properly informed could grossly improve patient advocacy and knowledge.” – Intensive Attendee, 2018

This retreat is free and open to the entire cancer and health care professional community. To register and join other health care professionals at this retreat, click here.

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For more information, please visit https://triagecancer.org/HCPretreat or contact Joanna Morales at JM@TriageCancer.org.

Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the radically escalating number of people with cancer, their families, caregivers, advocates and health care professional successfully navigate the legal and practical issues that arise. Follow us on social media!

http://TriageCancer.org | @TriageCancer | www.Facebook.com/TriageCancer

JOANNA MORALES
Triage Cancer
3104890856
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