Thursday, September 24, 2020

Business Spotlight

Reme Halo Indoor Air Purification Rids Homes of Viruses, Germs and Allergens

We’re all spending a lot of time indoors now, “social distancing” to halt the spread of COVID-19. While there is still no cure, a new air-purifying technology that removes other viruses, as well as allergens and bacteria, may help keep it out of your home. In tests, the Reme Halo Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier,


6 Hacks for Your New Logistics Business

The success of your logistics business largely depends on your ability to make the right decisions to help you juggle all the demands of working in this industry. Get your business off to the right start and hold your own to the competition (which there will surely be plenty of) with these six hacks for your new logistics


 5 Simple Ways to Build Your Credit

If you don’t have credit or perhaps you’ve made a few financial missteps, it can be difficult figuring out how to build or rebuild it. Luckily, we’ve got your back. There are a few ways you can build your credit and create a better future financial situation for yourself.


Teaneck Native Creates Her Future at Touro College of Pharmacy

Career possibilities are endless for Ariella Levie.

(Courtesy of Touro College) Future pharmacist Ariella Levie always found herself drawn to science and medicine, but she wondered where she fit into the healthcare spectrum. Fascinated by medications and drug development, Levie


YU Basketball Macs Advance to the Conference Semifinals

(Courtesy of yumacs.com) The top-seeded Yeshiva University men’s basketball team earned a victory in the quarterfinal round of the Skyline Conference championships over No. 8 seed United States Merchant Marine Academy, 75-57, at the Max Stern Athletic Center on Tuesday evening.

The Maccabees


Why All Businesses Need a Political-Activity Policy

With the Democratic primary in full swing, the public will soon turn its full attention to the 2020 presidential election. If 2016 is any indication, the 2020 presidential race promises to be heated and divisive. The following article explains why all businesses need a political-activity policy.



‘Serenity’ Massage Services Revitalizes Mind and Body

What comes to mind when you consider the word “serenity”? Do you picture an image of a place that is peaceful and calm, or even visualize yourself actually there? Do you hear the gentle sounds of soft music or nature, with a refreshing aroma wafting through the air? Do you sense a feeling that is secure, peaceful and calm?


Different Breed Sports Academy Offers Unique Fitness Experience

Walking into a gym can feel intimidating and isolating. People are buried in their own worlds running on a treadmill, while others stare helplessly at huge pieces of weight equipment they feel uncomfortable using on their own.

Don Somerville, owner of Different Breed Sports Academy, understands


Clearly Graphic Creates Personalized Digital Evites

As snail mail fades into the past and email correspondence takes over the future, more and more people are turning to online mediums for special announcements and events. Ayala Muller of Clearly Graphic offers customizable evites that are tasteful, affordable and user-friendly. Users can send these evites through email, WhatsApp


The Village Therapy Place Announces Grand Opening

They say it takes a village to raise a child, and The Village Therapy Place is here to help. Specializing in pediatric occupational and physical therapy, The Village Therapy Place treats mainstream kids and those with special needs in a warm, fun and comprehensive setting.

Faigy Szanzer


Successful Fundraisers: Just Luck or Something More?

Beginning in 1966, the annual Labor Day Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy telethon raised upwards of $2.5 billion. During its 45-year life span, it became a staple of regular TV viewing highlighting a parade of celebrities who joined “Jerry’s Kids” to entertain viewers and solicit contributions. Jerry used to say he would be happy if he


Covering Your (Small Business) Assets

“People are our greatest asset.”

This phrase has been recited so often by businesses it has acquired a French flavor: it’s a cliché that’s passé. Cynical business consultants write articles that begin “Stop Telling Me People Are Your Greatest Asset.”