Archives: August 2017

How to Save Money with Aloha Construction

Are you a homeowner looking to do some remodeling? Or maybe a business owner in need of top notch renovation services?

Here at Aloha Construction, we know building can be a hassle if you’re not familiar with the process, and we’re here to help you every step of the way. We offer a wide range of services that include remodeling, carpet cleaning, and water mitigation.

We understand that home renovation can be a daunting task. But no worries. Aloha Construction has you covered all the way around. To begin, we’ll start with a completely free in-home assessment to help you get the ball rolling. We’ll then help you figure out how you want to improve the look and value of your home. And you’re in good hands with Aloha construction because everything will always be professional, reliable and insured and to know more

Aloha Construction can also help you with all of your carpet cleaning needs. Whether it’s residential or commercial, we’ll get the job done. We’re certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration. So we definitely put our money where our mouth is! And to boot, we guarantee your carpet will be dry in 48 hours!

We can even take care of your water damage issues. Yes, Aloha Construction offers water mitigation services! We’ll start with a free property inspection. There will be no residual effects with our work. And as with our carpet restoration service, we guarantee you’ll be dry in 48 hours.

So look, we get it! Whether you’re building from scratch or polishing things up a bit, construction work can be quite challenging. Let Aloha Construction help you cut on costs and provide you peace of mind with your excellent service. Come check out our remodeling carpet restoration and water mitigation services. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed!

 

Eli Gershkovitch CEO @Steamworks Brewery

After graduating from Toronto University’s Law school, Eli Gershkovitch went on a European tour, a tour that would ignite a passion that would eventually birth one of Canada’s best craft beer breweries. Mr. Gershkovitch’s first taste of craft beer was when he tasted Belgian beer during his tour. It ignited in him a passion to want to create a beer system that was from the tank to tap.

 

To his advantage, Mr. Gershkovitch had already begun research on the craft brewing business while engaging in law practice, where he had represented a couple of craft beer brewers in cases against the municipality on liquor licenses (Montreal Gazette). Getting a 100-year-old building with a steam heat system as his brewing location, he went about trying to get a license.This he would get after one year and holding of a referendum, the issue was that his choice of location did not sit well with the liquor licensing board, but his legal skills saved the day and a referendum was held, to which the locals voted in his favor.

 

The steam system in that 100-year building is what Eli Gershkovitch used to start the innovative way of making craft beer using steam power; he also named his brewery Steamworks, befitting the environment in which the beer was being made. Steamworks produced only 6 beers in its year one in operation.

 

Steamworks

 

Steamworks was started by Eli Gershkovitch in 1995 in Gastown (https://ca.linkedin.com/company/steamworks-brewing-co). It moved to its present location in Burnaby in 2013, it has a brewery and taproom. The current product range from Steamworks includes all year round beers and seasonal beers. Some of their all year round beers flowing in their taprooms include Pilsner, Ales (Signature pale, Imperial Red, Jasmine India pale), Kölsch among others. Seasonal ones include stouts( Oatmeal, Winter White) and Ales such as ( Wheat, Pumpkin, Killer Cucumber, Farmhouse Wheat). They also brewed special Ale called Copper Roof to commemorate 100 years. Steamworks is currently selling its craft beer to 14 US states and several Canadian provinces. Mr. Gershkovitch’s motto still remains small or chose to go big.

 

Other types of Canadian beer

 

Spruce Beer

Medicine meant to cure scurvy is now one of Canadians favorite beers. Spruce beer originated back in the 16th century and has continued to exist in alcoholic and non- alcoholic versions, with the non -alcoholic being the most preferred. Paul Patates remains Spruce beer main tap and has stayed true to its roots by still sticking to an 1896 brewing recipe. Others include Halifax’s Garrison Brewery.

 

Ice Beer

Ice beer is formed by simply freezing beer, this is done by lowering its temperature until the beer has crystalized into ice, and these crystals are then sieved out to leave a high alcohol to water volume ratio, a process aptly referred to as freeze distillation. Bush Ice and the Labatt Ice are some of the common Ice beer types in Canada.

 

Craft Beer

The most popular of the beers with a 10% share in Canadian beer market, craft beer breweries, otherwise known as microbreweries, have risen from 88 breweries in 2006 to about 520 as at 2015 and the figures keep going up. The preferred packaging for craft beer is the can, which is light and therefore brewers can maximize by transporting high numbers of beer in one trip. They are also resistant to the two factors that reduce craft beers shelf life; oxygen, water. Cans, therefore, guarantee a longer shelf life for the beer.It is therefore used since the overall effect is that packaging and shipping costs are lowered. It is safe to say the ‘C’ in Canada stands for Craft beer.

 

Glen Wakeman Is On A Mission To Help Startups Become Successful

There are so many individuals with creative minds in our world, these people come up with innovative concepts for products, businesses, and research. The struggle for these entrepreneurs is finding a way to establish their business, get the word out, find industry connections, and write an effective business plan. LaunchPad Holdings, LLC. is an online based software company that was created for entrepreneurs. The company works with each individual startup to make a customized plan for the success of their business. With LaunchPad, entrepreneurs can reduce the risk of failure, focus ideas, get assistance to find funding, plus much more. Their goal is for each client to become well established and successful in their ambitions.

The man behind LaunchPad Holdings, LLC. is Glen Wakeman, who is the CEO and co-founder. He helped make his dream become a reality, along with co-founder Rick Cano, in 2016 when LaunchPad was established. Although the company is a website, there is an actual location where the company works out of in Miami. There the numbers are monitored, goals are set, sales meetings happen, they interact online with clients and market research for both the company and customers (https://www.crunchbase.com/person/glen-wakeman). Their hard work behind the scenes means better results for the startups that they support.

Glen Wakeman is no stranger to the business and financial fields, he received his BS in Economics & Finance from Scranton University followed by attaining his MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago. After finishing his education, Wakeman worked for GE Capital before striking out on his own. His passion as an entrepreneur is to see others succeed in their endeavors as well, which is where the concept for LaunchPad came to be (People.com). Certainly, his impressive resume and work experience will be an asset to his company and all of his current and future clients.

Daniel Mark Harrison is Revolutionizing CrowdFunding

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are gaining popularity at a very quick rate. One issuer, Monkey Capital, was the first company to ever sell options before the actual funding began. This was in July 2017, and was achieved under the guidance of Daniel Mark Harrison, among other executives at the company. The options, known as COEVAL, enable the holders to buy Monkey tokens, which have been available since July 15 2017 when Monkey launched its Initial Coin Offering. The options are traded on Waves DEX (Decentralized Exchange) and are currently selling at a reduced price. This is why so many of them were purchased in such a short while. The product being offered by Monkey Capital is simply out of this world, guaranteeing investors very high returns. Industry experts have given it very high ratings, and that combined with the great leadership of the company has got investors all excited about COEVAL and Monkey tokens.

About Daniel Mark Harrison
Daniel Mark Harrison is the brains behind the success of Monkey Capital. The company is an investment firm that invests in hostile takeovers and digital assets through its decentralized hedge fund. Monkey Capital is doing exceptionally well under Daniel’s leadership. Besides Monkey Capital, Daniel is also the chairman and CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison & Co.

Daniel worked with Minisuco Ltd. as a senior managing partner in 2014. He made a great contribution to the company during his time there. He was one of the founders of Stanley Court Ltd. in 2010 and he worked at the company until December 2013. Daniel is a global authority when it comes to entrepreneurship and business. He has contributed to several business magazines including Forbes and The Wall Street Journal, among others. His insight on various issues to do with business and entrepreneurship is highly valued.

Conclusion
Monkey Capital’s ICO has completely changed the face of crowd funding. It has shown that companies can get a huge chunk of their capital with just a little bit of innovation and creativity. With Daniel Mark Harrison at the helm, the market expects even more innovative products and solutions from the company.

Bruno Fagali – Providing Professional Legal Counselling Services in Brazil

     Bruno Fagali is a well-known senior lawyer in Brazil and has provided legal counsel to many of the top companies in Brazil. Over the years, he has been able to establish himself as a go-to lawyer in cases that are related to compliance law, administrative law, civil law, risk management, compensation issues, and more. He has also been able to guide many companies through the complex mergers and acquisition deals where there are many aspects of corporate law involved, which Bruno Fagali excels in. Bruno Fagali studied law at Pontifical Catholic University, Sao Paulo, and went on to work for firms like Radi, Calil and Associados Advogados and the well-known Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arms.

Having interned at some of the most reputed law firms gave Bruno Fagali an edge over the competition from the very beginning. He helped many of the top companies in Brazil to develop a business structure that is compliant with the Brazilian corporate laws and also provides advice on corporate governance to some of the leading enterprises in the country. It is essential for any and all companies or businesses in Brazil to follow the standard set of rules for the firm. Not following the rules and regulations of the country may attract legal hassles, which is why most of the medium to large sized business enterprise hire compliance lawyers.

Bruno Fagali, apart from being a senior lawyer and providing legal counseling services, also serves at Novo/SB Advertising Agency as the Business Integrity Officer. Bruno Fagali is also the founder of the famous law firm named Fagali Advocacy, which he started after gaining experience at some of the most reputed law firms in the country. Fagali Advocacy is a company that has achieved tremendous success from the very beginning of its inception due to the expertise of Bruno Fagali and his efforts to make the firm one of the most reputed in the country.