Status Labs Named as one of the Fastest Developing Company

Status Labs has been named by Inc. magazine in the Inc. 500 list. The list was based on the nation’s fastest growing companies, and Status Labs was position 339. The company has been growing at a fast rate between 2012-2015, and its developments are notable in its good public relations, and it has also established itself as one of the best digital reputation management firms. The company’s developments have enabled it to record a 1,099% growth between 2012 – 2015 alone.

Due to the leadership of Status Labs‘ President and CEO, Darius Fisher, the company has been able to improve its market position by building a great client base and creating new digital service offering. The Status Labs’ President and CEO said that they were honored to be recognized as fastest growing companies. He stated that the firm is continuing to grow and expand.

Status Labs

With offices in São Paulo, New York, and Austin, Status Labs is a premier digital reputation management, public relations, and an online marketing firm. The company’s goals are to ensure that its clients get the best services in search results and building a good reputation through effective digital marketing and public relations strategy. Status Labs fix any online crisis for its clients, and it also sets digital reputations.

The company serves over 1500 customers in 40 countries. It has been able to be profiled in publications such as the New York Post, New York Times, The Daily Beast and US News and World Report. Status Labs’ President, Darius Fisher, was awarded by PRWeek, with the Innovation 500 award in 2015. Darius Fisher was also awarded by PR World Awards in 2016 when he was named the “Business Development Individual of the Year”. Fisher is a co-owner and CEO of Status Labs, and he has been one of the figures behind its development and growth.

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Livio Bisterzo Creates New Health Food Snack

Starbuck’s has added a new, forward-thinking and healthy snack to their food menu recently. The company has long been known for their prowess as a retail coffee company. There was a hole to be filled when it came to the food portion of their menu, though. The company on CrunchBase has recently focused its efforts on getting food products that fit into the “grab and go” category. These products are very successful in Starbuck’s for a couple of different reasons. The first is that a lot of Starbuck’s customers are very healthy conscious. The second reason is that many people visit the stores either in the drive in or without sitting in the dining area. This is why snacks that are quick and easy to eat are in high demand at the store.

Starbuck’s has helped fill that void in their product line by adding Hippeas to their menu. Hippeas are new low calorie snack that can fit into just about any diet plan. The snack is quick, easy to eat, and healthy. The snacks fit into any diet because of the fact that they are gluten-free, vegan, and also kosher. Add to this the fact that they are low calorie and some great nutritional value and you have a win-win for both Starbuck’s and their customers when it comes to this food item.

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How does the snack do all of this? It does it through the power of the chickpea. Chickpeas are an extremely popular food amongst vegan and healthy conscious eaters because of the fact that it fits into a vegan diet and is also very versatile. Chickpeas can be made to emulate just about any food type.

The product is the brainchild of Los Angeles CEO, Livio Bisterzo. Bisterzo is an Italian businessman that studied business in London, England and then made his way to Los Angeles. Livio Bisterzo got his start in marketing.

Livio Bisterzo formed Green Park Holdings in 2015. This is the parent company of the Hippeas brand. He created Hippeas after seeing a void in the marketplace for healthy snack foods that were not cumbersome to eat. This product is already having a lot of success in its short lifespan thanks to being ordered by one of the biggest food retailers in the United States.

Learn more about Livio Bisterzo: http://hippeas.com

Class Dojo Helps Kids Show Parents “What did you do at school today?”

Shrugging shoulders, one word answers, or silence are typical responses from kids when asked what they did at school that day. Parents who want to glean more information may have to get creative and ask their child different questions like if they helped anyone, learned something new, or did anything fun. A typical after school conversation between a parent and child may give the parent some highlights about their day, but usually leaves the parent feeling like they really don’t know what happened at school. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way that kids can show their parents what they do at school on a daily or even hourly basis? Chances are, that information is already accessible or will be coming soon.

Class Dojo, available in 2 out of 3 schools and 90% of school districts throughout the U.S., is a free app that can be downloaded on your computer or smartphone. Available since 2011 as a teacher and parent communication platform, they have recently added a way for students to participate in the dialogue with the Student Stories feature. Kids in school can take pictures of projects or assignments they are working on and upload them to the Class Dojo site. Throughout the year, they can create a digital portfolio, and parents are notified whenever a new piece is submitted. Parents only have access to their own child’s work. This new feature should be fully available in the fall and has been well received in trial studies by parents, teachers and students alike.

In addition to Student Stories, there is a Class Story and School Story feature where teachers can share updates or pictures of what the class is doing as a whole. With all of the Class Dojo features, parents can get a real life glimpse of what is going on in their student’s classroom. This knowledge can help spark more productive conversations between parents and kids, creating a ground-up change in enhancing parent and child interactions at home pertaining to school experiences. So instead of asking what your child did in school today, you can ask specific questions about things you know they are working on, which will provide a more meaningful learning experience for both the child and yourself.

Find out more about ClassDojo:

https://www.edsurge.com/news/2016-01-19-classdojo-s-critters-want-to-teach-you-about-growth-mindsets

 

MR. ANDREW “ANDY” WIRTH

Mr. Andrew “Andy Wirth” is the President and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Olympic Valley, California. Learn more about Andy Wirth: https://about.me/andywirth

As you may see, he is quite a man of business, hard work, and accomplishment. Such positions do not just give themselves away. One must be patient and hard working even when not seeing the results for a very long time.

Another cool thing about Mr. Andy Wirth is that he has a unique origin and sense of humor, as well as a historically induced sense of curious creativity and wit which make him truly genuine as a President and CEO of a ski industry.

One can only truly and genuinely hope that such a one of a kind man and his business STAY IN BUSINESS—-AND FOR A LONG, LONG TIME! Yet according to an unofficial online source: “The future of Squaw remains uncertain. The first comment period closed at the end of March and about 50 skiers and riders wrote letters highlighting concerns such as traffic and water supply that KSL has yet to address.”

Yet if the business of Squaw WERE to close at any time now or in the future, one thing is certain.

Mr. Wirth has nothing to be ashamed of as a business man: he has accomplished much. He has worked hard. He has reaped great and terrific lasting results thus far. Yet the best is still to come!

One such example of a recent accomplishment of Mr. Wirth’s was that of having the creative ingenuity to kill two birds with one stone…so to speak. I do not mean literally: Mr. Andy Wirth is a very calm and sober minded person, mind you.

What I do refer to is the recent base to base gondola action which was announced last year in April of 2015. Mr. Andy Wirth was interviewed regarding his wise intentions to attach two ski areas together for a gondola.