Pacific Coast Business Times’ Henry Dubroff Honored as a 2020 Business News Visionary

Editors Dean Rotbart (l) and Henry Dubroff

Editors Dean Rotbart (l) and Henry Dubroff

2020 Business News Visionary Award

2020 Business News Visionary Award

A NewsLuminaries.com archive photo of Henry Dubroff from 1999.

A NewsLuminaries.com archive photo of Henry Dubroff from 1999.

20th Anniversary Logo of Pacific Coast Business Times

20th Anniversary Logo of Pacific Coast Business Times

Presented by NewsLuminaries.com, a journalism trade website, the award recognizes individuals whose foresight and efforts have transformed the profession.

With an abundance of courage and self-confidence, Henry achieved what most journalists only dream of; that is, building his own, independent, news media company.”

— Dean Rotbart, Editor-in-Chief, NewsLuminaries.com

DENVER, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, March 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Henry Dubroff, founder and editor of the Pacific Coast Business Times, now celebrating its 20th anniversary, has been named a “2020 Business News Visionary,” recognized by his peers for his transformative contributions to the profession.

Dubroff is one of 52 prominent business and financial journalists who will be showcased, one honoree weekly, for the next year. His oral history and profile are now available at www.NewsLuminaries.com. Last week’s honoree was Neil Cavuto of FOX News and FOX Business Network.

Dubroff, Cavuto, and other members of the Business News Visionary (BNVA) Class of 2020 will be featured in a commemorative book to be published early next year.

In conferring this special recognition on Dubroff, NewsLuminaries.com chair and editor-in-chief, Dean Rotbart, noted, “With an abundance of courage and self-confidence, Henry achieved what most journalists only dream of; that is, building his own, independent, news media company.”

Rotbart, along with a panel of more than two dozen distinguished nominating judges – including top business news editors, reporters, and past award recipients – is responsible for the selection of the 2020 BNVA recipients.

Formally launched on March 17, 2000, the weekly Pacific Coast Business Times (PCBT) serves Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties, located along California’s central coast. PCBT also produces frequent special reports – such as “Dealmakers of the Year,” a “Giving Guide,” and its “Book of Lists.”

Dubroff, a former editor of the Denver Business Journal and business editor of The Denver Post, was also recognized for his service as a past president of SABEW ( Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing). Dubroff currently chairs the organization’s First Amendment Committee, which is dedicated to helping protect press freedoms.

In his oral history, Dubroff says that over the two decades of managing PCBT, the business journal has lived through times both thick and thin. “It’s a lot easier to cash a paycheck than to be the guy whose signature is on the check,” Dubroff acknowledges.

The Business News Visionary Awards are a continuation of The Business News Luminary Awards, which in 2000 honored the 100 top business and financial news journalists of the 20th century.

“The goal of this project extends beyond the celebration of the specific men and women who are profiled,” notes Terri Thompson, who introduces each journalist’s oral history.

“It is also to educate the public about the high standards to which these and so many other dedicated journalists have adhered and to offer a proven playbook for other journalists and journalism students to follow,” she says. Thompson, herself a 2020 BNVA honoree, is the former director of the Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University.

Rotbart, a Pulitzer Prize-nominated, award-winning financial journalist and former columnist with The Wall Street Journal, was the founder of “TJFR Business News Reporter,” an influential trade news organization that provided a behind-the-scenes look at business and financial journalists and their news organizations.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the 2020 BNVA commemorative book and other sponsorship opportunities will benefit business journalism education and scholarship programs.

The Business News Visionary and News Luminary Awards are made possible, in part, by the generous support of Monday Morning Radio, a weekly podcast produced in cooperation with the nonprofit Wizard Academy and its founders, Roy H. and Pennie Williams, and Robert L. Dilenschneider and Joan Avagliano of The Dilenschneider Group, providing an unsurpassed level of communications counsel to global clients.

Additional support is provided by eReleases, delivering personal service and exceptional value to every customer; American Small Business Institute, a nonprofit providing video education for small business owners; Time in a Bottle Photography and its founder, Avital Rotbart, specializing in world-class portrait photography; and All Kids Bike®, a nonprofit movement to teach every child in America how to ride a bike in kindergarten.

NewsLuminaries.com offers a free weekly newsletter showcasing the 2020 Business News Visionaries as well as other prominent reporters, editors, anchors, and producers. Visit https://tinyurl.com/Subscribe-NewsLuminaries to subscribe.

Frequent updates on the nation’s most influential journalists are also available on Twitter (https://twitter.com/BnlaBnva), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/NewsLuminaries/), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/NewsLuminaries/).

For more information, contact BNVA’s Dean Rotbart at 303-296-1200, or by email at dean.rotbart@newsvisionaries.com.

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California Nurse Turns Covid-19 Lemon to Lemonade Using Retirement Savings to Underwrite Global Nurse Symposium Webcast

Pamela Jane Nye / Nursing Career Photo History 1974 - 2019

Pamela Jane Nye / Nursing Career Photo History (1974 – 2019)

Unique nurse education setting aboard FantaSea One luxury yacht

inaugural Operation Scrubs launch 2019

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Venue for Operation:Scrubs May 11/2020 National Nurses Symposium and Global Webcast

As Covid-19 threatens world economy, a retired UCLA nurse backs promised nurse education symposium webcast with retirement savings!

I'm just doing what nurses do every day. I assessed the situation and with a proactive mindset, I planned and I acted. This time the plan was turning the Covid-19 sour lemon into educational lemonade.”

— Pamela Jane Nye, Nurse and CEO/Board Chair of Operation Scrubs

MARINA DEL REY, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, March 19, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pamela Jane Nye successfully launched her Operation Scrubs Annual Nurse Education Symposium and Celebration event on May 6, 2019 (National Nurses Day). The event included stroke coordinator nurses from primary, comprehensive, and stroke-ready hospitals throughout California.

Given 2020's "Year of the Nurse" designation, Operation Scrubs upgrades included a 2-day event offering continuing nurse education symposium credit plus a NightinGala honoring Florence Nightingale's 200th birthday celebration. Nurse invitees were to have included all 50 States, DC and U.S. Territories.

Then "COVID-19" HAPPENED — and much of today's world panicked, slowed, stopped, retreated, or sought refuge — except a nurse with a vision and wherewithal to continue supporting her country's 3.8+ million registered nurse peers!

Undeterred, Nye said, "I'm just doing what nurses do every day. I assessed the situation and, with a proactive mindset, I planned and I acted. This time the plan was turning the Covid-19 sour lemon into educational lemonade."

Nye's "lemonade" recipe includes adaptation and moving forward with prior Operation Scrubs 2020 event plans, but with as-needed modifications. She's also using her retirement savings to underwrite the symposium and its high-tech global webcast production.

May 11, 2020, remains the contracted event date, with FantaSea Yachts, Inc. repeating its yacht-providing venue sponsorship. Initial adjustments include CDC compliance regarding maximum attendance. Other decisions mirroring CDC guidelines include restricting nurse invitations to California. Invited nurse categories are limited to Advance Practice and Floor Nurses whom Nye's categorization as the "front-line, boots-on-the-floor nursing staff responsible for receiving, screening, and providing whatever care's needed for their Covid-19 patients."

One significant decision is Nye's waiving tuition fees for symposium attendance and event's global live/streaming + on-demand video webcast providing is 7.5 hours of continuing education unit credit benefitting America's 6,500+ accredited hospitals and 3.8+ million registered nurses.

When asked, "Why no symposium fee?" Nye's response was immediate and rhetorical."Why not!? "Most nursing licenses require ongoing continuing nurse education, and Covid-19 doesn't mean nurse education access needs to stop. It just became a challenge to accelerate and expand webcast plans I announced in January.

"Besides," Nye continued, "people all over the world are making significant adjustments and sacrifices to help deal with this Corona Virus Pandemic. What I'm doing is just another contribution, along with a 'thank you' message to show my respect and appreciation for the compassionate, dedicated, day-to-day commitment these nurses provide to help us all get through this challenging period."

Nye acknowledged Covid-19 affected prior and possibly future sponsorship support but believed her adjustments webcast plan be the needed remedy but wouldn't discuss is her cost underwriting. She was, however, enthusiastic and vocal about "not allowing some unknown future details prevent Operation Scrubs from achieving its 'Educating, Promoting, and Thanking Nurses' mission objective."
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Pamela Jane Nye – RN, Pamela Jane Nye, RN, MS, CNS-BC, CNRN, SCRN, ENLS — Recently as Clinical Nurse Specialist, Stroke Coordinator, and systemwide nurse educator for UCLA Medical Center, Nye remains an Associate Professor at the UCLA School of Nursing

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The National Space Society Mourns the Passing of Astronaut Al Worden

Alfred Worden prior to the flight of Apollo 15. Credit: NASA

NASA astronaut flew as the Command Module Pilot on Apollo 15, ran STEM charities

Mr. Worden’s contributions to STEM education through both the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation and his own scholarship fund have helped countless young people to reach their full potential.”

— Alfred Anzaldua, Executive Vice President of the National Space Society

WASHINGTON, D.C., US, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Space Society mourns the passing of Alfred M. Worden, a member of the 5th class of NASA astronauts and the Command Module Pilot for the Apollo 15 flight to the Moon.

Born in 1932, Worden graduated from West Point in 1955, flew with the United States Air Force and earned a master’s degree in 1963. He served as a test pilot prior to joining NASA is 1966.

Worden served on backup crews for Apollo 9 and Apollo 12 before being selected to fly on Apollo 15. During that flight, Worden spent almost three days alone in orbit around the Moon while fellow astronauts David Scott and James Irwin explored the lunar surface. The Guinness Book of World Records cited Worden as the “World’s Most Isolated Human Being” during that flight due to his distance from Earth while passing the far side of the Moon.
During that flight, Worden conducted a record number of observations and scientific experiments, far more than had been accomplished on previous flights.

“Al Worden’s achievements during the flight of Apollo 15 included the first extravehicular activity in deep space, and have inspired generations of people worldwide,” said Alfred Anzaldúa, the Executive Vice President of the NSS. “Mr. Worden’s subsequent contributions to STEM education through both the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation and his own scholarship fund have helped countless young people to reach their full potential. The NSS expresses its condolences to his family and friends.”

After the Apollo 15 mission, Worden worked at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California, retired from NASA in 1975 and served in senior executive roles for a number of aerospace firms before becoming the chairman of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. He has founded other youth scholarship programs in subsequent years.

Dr. Anthony Paustian, chair of the NSS's 2020 International Space Development Conference®, said: “The world has lost a truly incredible man. Whether appearing on the Mr. Rogers show, raising money for student scholarships, or just going to local elementary schools to speak with kids one-on-one, Al was always willing to use his position to help inspire others. It was my utmost honor at last year’s ISDC to present him with the NSS Space Pioneer Award––an award he definitely deserved.”

Worden was married twice and is survived by three children. The NSS expresses its deepest condolences to his family and friends and lauds his many life achievements. Worden was scheduled to appear ar the 2020 International Space Development Conference, and his cheerful and generous presence will be sorely missed.

The National Space Society was founded in 1987 via a merger of the National Space Institute, founded by NASA’s Wernher von Braun, and the L5 Society, based on the work of space settlement pioneer Gerard K. O’Neill. It is the world’s largest pro-human-spaceflight organization.

To learn more about the NSS and its mission to establish humanity as a spacefaring species, visit us on the web at space.nss.org

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True Literacy Launches New Dyslexia Course on Belouga’s Global Learning Platform

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True Literacy has released its new course, “Understanding Dyslexia: The Signs and the Science,” on Belouga’s global learning platform

The course, Understanding Dyslexia: The Signs and the Science, provides targeted support and training to educate teachers on dyslexia basics

The course’s emphasis on the importance of early identification … in dyslexia remediation will help to enhance understanding and level the playing field for students with this learning difference.”

— Dr. Michael Hart, founder of True Literacy

DELHI, INDIA, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nashville, Tenn. and Delhi, India—True Literacy, a leading source for up-to-date information, knowledge and solutions to improve literacy teaching and learning, has announced the release of its new dyslexia course through Belouga, a global learning platform that uses content and community to personalize an educational journey for every learner, both student and teacher. Created by international literacy expert and advocate Dr. Michael Hart, the new course, called “Understanding Dyslexia: The Signs and the Science,” is designed for educators, psychologists and learning specialists, and features informational videos, dyslexia resources and built-in quizzes to enhance retention—all in an easy-to-use format. The course can be accessed here.

“I am delighted to launch this new dyslexia course, which will be accessible to educators and specialists from around the world via Belouga’s easily navigable global platform. Participants will learn the basics about dyslexia and reading science to build foundational knowledge to prepare to address students’ needs in their classrooms,” said Dr. Hart, who is the founder of True Literacy. “The course’s emphasis on the importance of early identification and best practices in dyslexia remediation will help to enhance understanding and level the playing field for students with this learning difference.”

Dr. Hart, who delivers monthly professional development modules for educators and parents in India through True Literacy, is a globally recognized expert in dyslexia and language-based learning disabilities. Understanding Dyslexia: The Signs and the Science was created exclusively for Belouga and provides True Literacy’s current network with an extended digital educational program on dyslexia education. It consists of three modules that each take approximately one hour to complete:

> What is Dyslexia?―The introductory module explains what dyslexia is, what the signs are, and the strong connection between oral language and dyslexia. After completing this module, participants will be more prepared to meet the needs of their students who struggle with this language-based learning difference.

> Crossing the Chasm Between Research and Reading Instruction―The second module of the course focuses on the need for proper educator support and training during and after formal education. In the United States, for example, only 50 percent of teachers are being taught how children learn to read despite the accumulation of over 40 years of evidence-based reading research. Participants will learn to implement the latest research in order to refine best practices in early intervention and early screening, and create increasingly more effective approaches to teaching reading in both general education and special education.

> What to Look For: Dyslexia at Different Ages―In the third module, participants learn how to recognize the signs of dyslexia and how dyslexia manifests differently at different ages. Participants will be introduced to lesson plan strategies they can adapt and implement in their classroom. They will also analyze the differences between reading challenges that stem from Rapid Automatic Naming (RAN) versus those that stem from Phonological Processing and evaluate their impact on instruction.

The purpose of the collaboration between True Literacy and Belouga is to advance the mission of both parties in transforming conventional teaching and learning practices in the pursuit of educational quality improvement, adding the 21st century skills, professional development and global competencies relating to online tools, training and resources to address the needs of
students with dyslexia and other learning differences. Interested educators can find the new course on Belouga here: https://belouga.org/series/understanding-dyslexia-the-signs-and-the-science.

About True Literacy
True Literacy is the leading destination for up-to-date information, knowledge, and solutions to improve literacy teaching and learning. Built upon the work of Dr. Michael Hart, a world-renowned expert and passionate advocate, the focus is on literacy skill-building, understanding learning differences, and the neuroscience of learning, True Literacy is a comprehensive source for ideas, research, and products from trusted solution providers, to address the needs presented by dyslexia and contribute to overall improvements in literacy. Learn more at https://trueliteracy.in/

About Belouga
Belouga was founded in 2017 with the mission of making education impactful and accessible on a global scale through peer-to-peer and classroom connection, communication, and collaboration. Realizing the rapidly changing landscape of technology and education, the Belouga team looked to create a central location, which takes the heavy lifting out of global education, and provides teachers and students with a personalized learning experience through community and content without sacrificing creativity or curriculum needs. Learn more at https://belouga.org/

About Dr. Michael Hart
Michael Hart, Ph.D. is a child psychologist with 25 years of experience in the diagnostic assessment and treatment of a full range of learning differences, including dyslexia and ADHD. He is the founder/owner of www.drmichaelhart.com and is currently providing webinars, online courses and onsite presentations/training for parents regarding the proper educational care of our dyslexic students. Prior to his current role, Dr. Hart served as a clinical psychologist, educational administrator and expert witness for learning disabled students in various settings including pediatric inpatient psychiatry, outpatient psychiatry, private practice and K-12 school settings. During his practice, he administered the full spectrum of psychological tests, behavioral assessment tools, affective inventories, projective tests, academic achievement tests and behavioral interviews. His experience spans from infants to adults and he has conducted approximately 1000 evaluations. Dr. Hart is intensely focused on supporting parents as they become better informed and more experienced in the effective treatment and care of our dyslexic students.

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Spiritual Care Association Announces New Website, Call Center to Show Compassion in the Time of Coronavirus

Spiritual Care Association has launched a new website, www.atimeforcompassion.org, to help those dealing with spiritual distress during these uncertain times.

Chaplains Volunteer to Provide Spiritual Comfort and Support During These Uncertain Times

This is indeed a time for compassion. Chaplains have so much to offer at this moment. We can rise to this occasion and tend to the soul of the country.”

— The Rev. Dr. Eric J. Hall

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In response to the coronavirus, Spiritual Care Association has taken action to mobilize their organizations to address the fear, anxiety and stress of this national event.

SCA has built a website at www.atimeforcompassion.org. It is populated with advice and guidance to alleviate fears and anxieties during this national crisis.

SCA is also offering people the chance to email or call and speak to a chaplain. A call to action was sent out and chaplains across the globe responded quickly to volunteer their time during this crisis and pandemic to answer emails and return calls.

“Chaplains are uniquely suited to respond to this. The announcement of a national crisis makes available new opportunities and funding to meet the coronavirus challenge but also strikes fear in the hearts of many. The rising number of cases of the virus, the quarantine of towns, etc. have us all unsettled,” said SCA President and CEO the Rev. Eric J. Hall. “This is indeed a time for compassion. Chaplains have so much to offer at this moment. We can rise to this occasion and tend to the soul of the country.”

Chaplains help people in spiritual distress to identify and draw upon their sources of spiritual strength – regardless of religion or beliefs. They do not provide medical advice, rather they listen and offer spiritual comfort and support.
Spiritual distress can affect one’s whole being — body, mind, and spirit.

If you are experiencing overwhelming emotions, spiritual pain, or a sense of distress, SCA invites you to connect with a trained and board certified professional chaplain by email, phone or video call — free of charge — who will listen and offer spiritual care and support at http://www.atimeforcompassion.org/get-help.

About SCA
The Spiritual Care Association (SCA) is the first multidisciplinary, international professional membership association for spiritual care providers that establishes evidence-based quality indicators, scope of practice, and a knowledge base for spiritual care. As providers emphasize the delivery of positive patient experience, SCA is leading the way to educate, certify, credential and advocate so that more people in need, regardless of religion, beliefs or cultural identification, receive effective spiritual care in all types of institutional and community settings in the U.S. and internationally. SCA is committed to serving its multidisciplinary membership and growing the chaplaincy profession. Visit www.SpiritualCareAssociation.org, call 212-644-1111, follow on Twitter or connect on Facebook.

About HCCN
HealthCare Chaplaincy Network™ (HCCN), founded in 1961, is a global health care nonprofit organization that offers spiritual care-related information and resources, and professional chaplaincy services in hospitals, other health care settings, and online. Its mission is to advance the integration of spiritual care in health care through clinical practice, research and education in order to improve patient experience and satisfaction and to help people faced with illness and grief find comfort and meaning–whoever they are, whatever they believe, wherever they are. For more information, visit www.healthcarechaplaincy.org, call 212-644-1111, follow us on Twitter or connect with us on Facebook.

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“The Virtual Ticket – How to Host Private Live Streams and Virtual Events” Offers a Solution to Cancelling Social Events

“The Virtual Ticket,” a book for event planners who want to host events with live streaming technologies, was released this week on Amazon.

The ‘Virtual Ticket’ details effective strategies for transporting audiences into experiences that will keep them coming back for more.”

— Paul W. Richards

WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — “The Virtual Ticket,” a book for event planners who want to host events with live streaming technologies, was released this week on Amazon. The book, written by Paul Richards, Chief Streaming Officer for PTZOptics, a live streaming camera manufacturer, details case studies from innovative event planners who are diversifying their revenue streams with virtual ticket sales. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, live streaming and virtual event planning have become important topics for the meeting planning industry.

“The ‘Virtual Ticket’ details effective strategies for transporting audiences into experiences that will keep them coming back for more,” says Richards. “I’ve outlined from start to finish how conferences can add virtual ticket options to their marketing plans to help event managers prepare for the new endeavor.”

Writing a book that was both informative, engaging and easy to understand for tech novices, Richards says his goal was also to illustrate how the multi-billion dollar digital experience economy has been growing year after year.

A digital copy of the book is available for free at https://ptzoptics.com/virtual-tickets.

A new Facebook user group for event planners interested in learning to live stream can be accessed here – https://www.facebook.com/groups/204157684134897

Richards has made the online course: “How to Sell Virtual Tickets” free via this link – https://www.udemy.com/course/virtual-tickets. Use coupon code “MARCH2020” for free access.

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EEACS Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team Wins Second Straight Title

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Executive Education Charter School in Allentown is celebrating their boys’ varsity basketball team win.

The Allentown charter school’s boys’ varsity basketball team has won two championship titles in only two years of play.

ALLENTOWN, PA, UNITED STATES, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For the second year in a row, the boys’ varsity basketball team at Executive Education Academy Charter School in Allentown has been named a District 11 2A champion.

On Saturday, February 28, the boys’ varsity team competed against Schuylkill Haven High School in the District 11 2A Championship, winning 85-66. This is the second year the team has won the championship, having defeated Moravian Academy in 2019.

This is only the second year of the varsity basketball program at the school. The Allentown charter school received PIAA status in late 2018.

“We are immensely proud of our student-athletes,” says Robert Lysek, founder and CEO of the Lehigh Valley Charter School. “They have shown what patience, practice, and teamwork can do.”

Following their title win, the boys’ varsity team will move on to the PIAA tournament.

Basketball is not the only varsity sport offered at EEACS. Softball, baseball, volleyball, and wrestling are also offered. To learn more, visit https://ee-schools.org/.

About EEACS: Founded in 2014 by highly experienced educators and management, Executive Education Academy Charter School, authorized for grades K-12 by the Allentown School District, leads the way in education by offering its 1,300 students opportunities for growth both in and out of the classroom. EEACS combines all mandated studies with a unique student-corporate culture. To learn more, visit https://www.ee-schools.org/.

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Global School Uniform Market 2020 Segmentation, Demand, Growth, Trend, Opportunity and Forecast to 2023

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School Uniform Market

“School Uniform – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, March 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Updated Research Report of School Uniform Market 2020-2023:

Summary: –

Wiseguyreports.Com Adds “School Uniform – Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities, Manufacturers and Analysis of Top Key Players to 2023” To Its Research Database

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (M USD), market share and growth rate of School Uniform in these regions, from 2012 to 2023 (forecast), covering
North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Columbia)
Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
Global School Uniform market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer; the top players including
OASIS
Lands End
Dress Code Sweaters
Modest Apparel
Schooluniforms.Com
Dapper Snappers Belts
Flynn
Perry Uniform
Michael’s School Uniforms
The School Outfit
RIMAS
Luming Uniform
Elder Manufacturing Company
Fraylich School Uniforms
Louis Long

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Dress
Suits
Shoes
Others
On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate of School Uniform for each application, including
Primary School
Middle/Senior High School
College
Public Service
Others

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Table of Content

Global School Uniform Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023
1 Report Overview
1.1 Definition and Specification
1.2 Report Overview
1.2.1 Manufacturers Overview
1.2.2 Regions Overview
1.2.3 Type Overview
1.2.4 Application Overview
1.3 Industrial Chain
1.3.1 School Uniform Overall Industrial Chain
1.3.2 Upstream
1.3.3 Downstream
1.4 Industry Situation
1.4.1 Industrial Policy
1.4.2 Product Preference
1.4.3 Economic/Political Environment
1.5 SWOT Analysis

4 Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis
4.1 OASIS
4.1.1 OASIS Profiles
4.1.2 OASIS Product Information
4.1.3 OASIS School Uniform Business Performance
4.1.4 OASIS School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.2 Lands End
4.2.1 Lands End Profiles
4.2.2 Lands End Product Information
4.2.3 Lands End School Uniform Business Performance
4.2.4 Lands End School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.3 Dress Code Sweaters
4.3.1 Dress Code Sweaters Profiles
4.3.2 Dress Code Sweaters Product Information
4.3.3 Dress Code Sweaters School Uniform Business Performance
4.3.4 Dress Code Sweaters School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.4 Modest Apparel
4.4.1 Modest Apparel Profiles
4.4.2 Modest Apparel Product Information
4.4.3 Modest Apparel School Uniform Business Performance
4.4.4 Modest Apparel School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.5 Schooluniforms.Com
4.5.1 Schooluniforms.Com Profiles
4.5.2 Schooluniforms.Com Product Information
4.5.3 Schooluniforms.Com School Uniform Business Performance
4.5.4 Schooluniforms.Com School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.6 Dapper Snappers Belts
4.6.1 Dapper Snappers Belts Profiles
4.6.2 Dapper Snappers Belts Product Information
4.6.3 Dapper Snappers Belts School Uniform Business Performance
4.6.4 Dapper Snappers Belts School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.7 Flynn
4.7.1 Flynn Profiles
4.7.2 Flynn Product Information
4.7.3 Flynn School Uniform Business Performance
4.7.4 Flynn School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.8 Perry Uniform
4.8.1 Perry Uniform Profiles
4.8.2 Perry Uniform Product Information
4.8.3 Perry Uniform School Uniform Business Performance
4.8.4 Perry Uniform School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.9 Michael’s School Uniforms
4.9.1 Michael’s School Uniforms Profiles
4.9.2 Michael’s School Uniforms Product Information
4.9.3 Michael’s School Uniforms School Uniform Business Performance
4.9.4 Michael’s School Uniforms School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.10 The School Outfit
4.10.1 The School Outfit Profiles
4.10.2 The School Outfit Product Information
4.10.3 The School Outfit School Uniform Business Performance
4.10.4 The School Outfit School Uniform Business Development and Market Status
4.11 RIMAS
4.12 Luming Uniform
4.13 Dress Code Sweaters
4.14 Modest Apparel
4.15 Schooluniforms.Com

12 Market Forecast 2019-2024
12.1 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD), Market Share and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.1 Global School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Market Share by Regions 2019-2024
12.1.2 Global School Uniform Sales (K Units) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.3 Asia-Pacific School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.4 Asia-Pacific School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.5 Europe School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.6 South America School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.1.7 Middle East and Africa School Uniform Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2 Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) by Types 2019-2024
12.2.1 Overall Market Performance
12.2.2 Dress Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.3 Suits Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.4 Shoes Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.2.5 Others Sales (K Units), Revenue (M USD) and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3 Sales by Application 2019-2024
12.3.1 Overall Market Performance
12.3.2 Primary School Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.3 Middle/Senior High School Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.4 College Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.3.5 Public Service Sales and and Growth Rate 2019-2024
12.4 Price (USD/Unit) and Gross Profit
12.4.1 Global School Uniform Price (USD/Unit) Trend 2019-2024
12.4.2 Global School Uniform Gross Profit Trend 2019-2024

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Jesse Wilson Explains How to Develop Trial Skills

Trial Skills

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, UNITED STATES, March 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Trial skills are no doubt one of the most important components of being a lawyer. They are the tools that you will use in order to take the courtroom head-on and win cases. However, many people are unaware that trial skills are not simply learned once and then never revisited. Trial skills are an ever-evolving art form that needs to be practiced over time. New tactics may appear in the courtroom that lawyers have never seen before. This is because the opposition may be developing their own tactics and you would be completely unaware.

Fortunately, Jesse Wilson is here to shed some light on trial skills and how to develop them. All lawyers are equipped with the ability to debate. However, few of them go further to hone their master in trial skills. It is a constant endeavor that you owe to yourself to develop if you wish to become a reputable lawyer who wins cases for your clients.

One way to develop trial skills would be to practice them in groups. Create mock trials that focus on specific areas of trial skills that you know that you can perform. Be ready to receive feedback since you are looking for weak areas that you need to improve upon. Fortunately, a good support system is all you need to find out what trial skills you could improve upon.

Another way to develop trial skills would be to record yourself in a mock trial. Everyone has a camera these days and it has become easier to record yourself. Perform a mock trial and review the footage to find out what you need to work on. Self-editing is one of the hardest things for a person to perform. However, it is also the most effective as it forces you to get out of your comfort zone and take a hard look at yourself that other people may not want to do.

Finally, there are dozens of online resources out there that can help you develop your trial skills. These include:

– Legal resources
– YouTube videos
– Online blogs

Your selection of training materials can almost seem endless. However, Jesse Wilson explains that you should look for educational material from reputable sources only. Do your research to find out whether or not someone is a reputable source or if they are blowing smoke to get views.

Being a lawyer is a lifestyle. Getting your degree and practicing law is simply the beginning. You will need to develop a lifetime's worth of skills if you wish to be a successful lawyer that attracts worthwhile clients. Use these tips to take your trial skills game to the next level. You'll thank yourself for it in the long run.

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How Garden City Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD Can Save Your Sight Before Problems Start

Garden City Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD

People who are worried about their vision fading with age or illness have a new hope: Garden City Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD

GARDEN CITY, NY, UNITED STATES, March 17, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Mark R. Fleckner is an expert at helping people find early warning signs of eye problems that could eventually cause loss of vision. According to Dr. Mark R. Fleckner of Garden City, early detection and treatment of eye problems is key. If eye problems go on for too long, irreversible damage can be caused.

Dr. Mark Fleckner Believes Early Detection Is Key

When it comes to seeing the eye doctor, regularly scheduled appointments are key. Dr. Mark R. Fleckner of Garden City recommends getting eyes checked by an ophthalmologist at least once a year – or more frequently if you have eye issues that cause concern.

If you see floaters, experience bouts of lost vision, have pain in your eyes, have blurry vision that lasts for more than a few seconds upon waking, or if you have double vision, Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD recommends seeing an eye care professional right away. Left untreated, these issues can cause permanent eye damage, including blindness.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a scary thought for many, but Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD knows that early detection is key.

The sooner glaucoma is detected, the sooner treatments can begin that can protect eye health over time. Early detection of glaucoma is especially important for diabetics, as they are more likely to have long-term health problems due to the disease.

Cataracts

Garden City Ophthalmologist Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD says that cataracts are easily treatable. The sooner a cataract is found, the sooner it can be removed, preserving vision for years to come.
Dr. Mark Fleckner recommends seeing an eye care professional if you experience any of the common signs of cataracts, including cloudy vision, trouble seeing at night, a yellowing of colors in your vision, or seeing a halo around bright lights. Dr. Mark Fleckner says that an eye care professional can help you understand whether it's time to surgically remove your cataracts.

Early Detection Matters

Dr. Mark R. Fleckner MD understands that many people are afraid to reach out to an eye care professional when their vision begins to fail. Being afraid of what you might hear is normal, but early detection is vital when it comes to treating conditions that could threaten vision.

A fear of the unknown is normal, but being afraid to see the eye doctor can lead to blindness. Dr. Mark R. Fleckner of Garden City recommends talking to your eye doctor if you're nervous about your symptoms so that they can be properly diagnosed and addressed.

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