‘Muscle Cakes’ Take NYC with Protein-Rich Tasty Treats on the Go

Muscle Cakes NYC

Muscle Cakes NYC

Yummy Muscle Cakes

Yummy Muscle Cakes

Protein-Rich Muscle Cake

Protein-Rich Muscle Cake

Muscle Cakes makes its mark with complex carbs, natural sugars, and natural fats all wrapped up in a gluten-free confection.

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Press Contact: Alysia Caparros
Phone: 917-403-1113
Email: info@musclecakesnyc.com
Website: www.musclecakesnyc.com

Muscle Cakes’ Take NYC with Protein-Rich Tasty Treats on the Go
Launching July 27 at Midnight

A recent Harvard Medical School study shows protein-rich diets are good for digestion and overall good health, but researchers warn against consuming processed foods or red meats to get the needed benefits. Introducing Muscle Cakes as an answer to the protein crisis. This all-natural delicacy is an alternative to endless shakes, powders, and preservative-laden grocery store bars.

Muscle Cakes makes its mark with complex carbs, natural sugars, and natural fats all wrapped up in a gluten-free confection. The guilt-free treat is the brainchild of professionally trained interior designer turned fitness fanatic, Alysia Caparros. One day after a hard workout at the gym Alysia was craving sweets but instead of grabbing a slice of cake, she cooked up a batch of protein-rich treats. In one cake she satisfied her sweet tooth while staying in step with her diet. Alysia a self-proclaimed foodie, used her accomplished design background where an eye for detail and color makes the difference to give patrons a tasty twist with a pop of color.

Never one to back away from a challenge the fitness enthusiast jumped in with both feet to bake a healthy solution to run-of-the-mill protein bars. Muscle Cakes are knocking out the competition with its commitment to clean food that tastes good. Instead of fillers, additives, and dyes, Muscle Cakes are baked fresh. The gluten-free protein cake derives its tasty flavor from natural sugars like apples and beets. At Muscle Cakes, owner Alysia Caparros says you can be sure there are “no ingredients we cannot pronounce.”

“The U.S. Dietary Guidelines state that an adult man should take in a minimum of 10% of his daily calories from protein” and one jar of Muscle Cakes boasts 15 grams. It's the one-stop solution for people on the go. Alysia knows the hustle and bustle of the concrete jungle often beg busy New Yorkers to grab unhealthy snacks, but her goal is to help consumers build “a healthy relationship with food.” Caparros graduated from the prestigious Parsons School of design in half the time because of her drive and tenacity to beat the odds. Now she turns her passion for color and textures to create mouthwatering Muscle Cakes which are pleasing to the tummy as well as a work of art.

In this day and age of body shaming, Alysia admits she works out hard, but the well-trained cook eats well too. It is all about striking the proper balance and loving your body. With Muscle Cakes you can have the best of both worlds.

Each morning at the Muscle Cake confectionary Alysia’s team bakes a cleaner, fresher cake with you in mind.

For more information or to interview Alysia contact her team at 917-403-1113 or info@musclecakesnyc.com.

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RINA Accountants & Advisors Strengthens its Trust & Estate Tax Planning Expertise with Industry Expert David Boekeloo

David Boekeloo, RINA - Director, Trust & Estate Services

David Boekeloo, RINA – Director, Trust & Estate Services

David Boekeloo joins the firm as the Director, Trust & Estate Services

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Accounting, Advisory and Wealth Management firm RINA Accountants & Advisors has boosted the firm’s Trust & Estate practice with the addition of industry expert David Boekeloo who joins the firm as the Director, Trust & Estate Services.

Mr. Boekeloo has provided tax and legal consulting services to independent financial advisors, Certified Public Accountants, various financial institutions, and attorneys for over 20 years. His expertise is in estate and income tax planning with a focus on:
• Estate and income tax planning for high net worth and ultra-high net worth individuals
• Business succession planning for owners of closely held businesses
• Asset Protection planning for high-net worth and ultra-high-net worth individuals and their beneficiaries
• Advanced trust and fiduciary planning strategies

In addition, he provides innovative estate planning services to high-net-worth individuals and business consulting planning to owners of closely held businesses, including financial advisory practices.

“David is an encyclopedia of financial planning knowledge and truly a subject matter expert in a wide range of taxation and estate planning areas”, said Tom Neff, Managing Partner at RINA. “His addition to the team will allow us to expand our ability to deliver an integrated approach to our clients involving income tax, wealth management and estate planning to our clients. David has a unique ability to design creative and comprehensive solutions to complex estate planning and business planning issues in a way that serves the best interest of the client both short and long term. We look forward to introducing him to our clients.”

Mr. Boekeloo has a law degree (JD), a Master’s in Taxation (MST), is a Certified Financial Planner professional (CFP), a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), and an Accredited Estate Planner (AEP). He has written several scholarly articles on various tax and estate planning subjects, and speaks widely at legal, tax, and industry conferences.

He will be working closely with the Tax Department and RINA Wealth Management Services to provide services that address the financial complexities facing businesses and individuals today.

About RINA Accountants & Advisors
RINA Accountants & Advisors is a premier Northern California accounting, advisory and wealth management firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs, family-owned companies and high net worth individuals achieve their goals. RINA offers industry-focused practices with specialized expertise in real estate, international tax, and not-for-profit organizations. RINA is devoted to serving our clients. Its professionals live the firm’s motto: “Your Future is Our Focus”.

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Open toxicogenomic data project improves our knowledge for nanomaterials toxicity

The nanoΦaros workflow provides users structured, harmonised and ready for modelling datasets, with sufficient metadata to increase data FAIRness.

Toxicogenomics is a relatively new method that helps us to gain insight into the possible toxicity mechanisms of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs).

While large amounts of transcriptomics data from ENM exposures have already been accumulated, a unified, easily accessible and reusable collection of transcriptomics data for ENMs was lacking”

— Antreas Afantitis

CYRPUS, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A team of scientists involved in NanoSolveIT, an EU nanoinformatics project funded under Horizon 2020, completed a study that was published in Nature journal Scientific Data (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-021-00808-y), in order to unleash the full potential of already existing transcriptomics data on ENM exposures. “While large amounts of transcriptomics data from ENM exposures have already been accumulated, a unified, easily accessible and reusable collection of transcriptomics data for ENMs was lacking” says Antreas Afantitis, NanoSolveIT Project Coordinator “The team manually curated, and preprocessed and unified a collection of 101 data sets, covering a range of ENMs, organisms, and exposure setups.”
As Professor Dario Greco, Director of the Finnish Hub for Development and Validation of Integrated Approaches, at Tampere University says “In an attempt to improve the FAIRness of already existing transcriptomics data for ENMs, we curated a collection of homogenized transcriptomics data from human, mouse and rat ENM exposures in vitro and in vivo including extracting the physicochemical characteristics of the ENMs used in each study from the associated publications.”
The traditional methods of toxicology, used for decades now to scrutinize the safety levels of engineered materials, provide us with a useful tool. However the successful marriage of computer technology and bioinformatics has given birth to a new generation of Toxicogenomics (TGx) tools. Their main function is to collect and store data sets which are further explored and used as the basis for development of predictive models.
The application of TGx data to nanosafety can provide novel possibilities for grouping and classifying ENMs based on the similarity of molecular alterations in biological systems they induce, and help to derive biomarkers to identify nano-specific signatures.

Transcriptomics technologies, used to study an organism as the sum of its RNA transcripts (known as the transcriptome), are the frontline of TGx. While large amounts of transcriptomics data for multiple ENMs have already been generated, offering a valuable resource for future studies and applications, the data are scattered across public repositories, and their FAIRness is currently hampered by their heterogeneous nature and a lack of standardization in the preprocessing and analysis.

The NanoPharos database (https://db.nanopharos.eu/), where all the datasets generated within the H2020 NanoSolveIT (https://www.nanosolveit.eu) and NanoCommons (https://nanocommons.eu/) projects are available, assists accessibility, interoperability and reusability of curated datasets. Antreas Afantitis, from NovaMechanics Ltd and NanoSolveIT H2020 project coordinator, commented: NanoPharos database has been designed under the FAIR data principles to include computationally derived data based on simulations of ENMs at different levels of complexity. The database was further extended to include ENM characterization data and biological effects to support complete in silico nanosafety evaluation.

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Reps. Titus & Mace Applauded by Agriculture & Animal Welfare Leaders for Introducing OFF Act to Reform USDA Checkoffs

Reps. Nancy Mace (R-SC) and Dina Titus (D-NV)

Reps. Nancy Mace (R-SC) and Dina Titus (D-NV)

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

Animal Wellness Action Executive Director Marty Irby

Mike Eby

Mike Eby

The USDA’s Checkoff Program was supposed to ensure American farmers of all sizes could promote their products across the nation and across the globe.”

— U.S. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC)

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, the Organization for Competitive Markets (OCM), Animal Wellness Action (AWA), Animal Wellness Foundation (AWF), and National Dairy Producers Organization (NDPO) applauded U.S. Reps. Dina Titus, D-Nev., and Nancy Mace, R-S.C. for introducing the Opportunities for Fairness in Farming (OFF) Act, designed to reform and bring accountability and transparency to reform the USDA’s Commodity Checkoff Programs that have long been plagued by scandal after scandal for misappropriation of funds, lack of transparency, and misusing farmer and rancher tax dollars against the best interests of the producers to further the agenda of industrial agriculture.

“This legislation will bring much-needed accountability and transparency to USDA’s checkoff programs which have operated without sufficient oversight for far too long,” said Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev. “Family farmers should not be forced to pay into organizations that sometimes lobby against their interests and threaten animal welfare.”

“The USDA’s Checkoff Program was supposed to ensure American farmers of all sizes could promote their products across the nation and across the globe,” said Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C. “For years now, small farmers have seen their hard-earned money used to fund the lobbying efforts of massive, multi-billion-dollar agriculture conglomerates. This program has devolved from producing ‘Got milk?’ ads to creating taxpayer-funded lobbying firms, and it needs to stop.”

“USDA’s runaway checkoff programs must be held accountable, and family farmers have a right to know where their hard-earned tax dollars are being spent,” said Marty Irby, executive director at Animal Wellness Action, and a member of the board of directors at the Organization for Competitive Markets. “The checkoffs remain under fire because of their lack of transparency, misuse of funds, and damaging anti-competitive practices that have bankrupted millions of American farmers, and harmed billions of animals.”

“The checkoff is an example of how farmers lost their voice,” said Mike Eby, executive director at the Organization for Competitive Markets and chairman of the National Dairy Producers Organization. “We are disappointed that historically, the USDA and Congress appear to have little regard for the millions of farmer dollars that are being used for purposes that are not being made public."

“OCM stands firmly in support of putting more farmers back on the land and reigning in the egregious and illegal activities National Cattlemen’s Beef Association continues to engage in,” said Vaughn Meyer, president of the Organization for Competitive Markets and a lifelong cattle producer from Reva, South Dakota. “The OFF Act is proudly supported by more than 250,000 farmers nationwide and the U.S. House should swiftly hold a hearing to address checkoff reform.”


The OFF Act would amend the authorizing checkoff laws to ensure the programs cannot contract with organizations that engage in lobbying, conflicts of interest, or anticompetitive activities that harm other commodities. It would also require that they publish all budgets and disbursements of funds for the purposes of public inspection and submit to periodic audits by the USDA Inspector General. The measure is supported by more than 250,000 farmers and ranchers across America in an unlikely coalition of allies that include OCM, AWA, AWF, NDPO, the American Grass-fed Association, the National Taxpayers Union, and the National Farmers Union to name a few.

Commodity checkoff programs (“checkoff programs”) were established to serve as mechanisms by which agricultural industries pool money for common commodity-specific promotional and research purposes. Fees are mandatory, from the smallest local farmer to the largest factory operation. Checkoff dollars go to federal, industry-specific boards, which are required by law to use these funds for mutually beneficial advertising campaigns and research.

Under federal law, farmers of certain commodities (including pork, eggs, beef, and corn) are required to pay a portion of their sales into checkoff programs. These mandatory fees are intended to be used by the U.S. government to research and market those commodities. Well-known examples of past checkoff-funded advertising campaigns are “Got Milk,” “Pork. The Other White Meat,” “The Incredible, Edible Egg,” and “Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner.” Checkoff programs collect over $850 million from America’s farmers and ranchers every year. In 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court declared that checkoff activities and speech are those of the federal government.

Despite the limited purpose of the checkoffs, checkoff programs have repeatedly acted beyond the scope of their statutory mandate. Lax oversight by the USDA has resulted in collusive and illegal relationships between checkoff boards and lobbying organizations, both of which have repeatedly used checkoff funds to influence legislation and government action despite a broad statutory prohibition. Such advocacy efforts have an anticompetitive effect and are forcing traditional family farmers to pay into a system that actively works against them.

The OFF Act was first introduced in the 115th Congress by Rep. Titus and former Rep. Dave Brat, R-Virg., in the U.S. House and Senators Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Cory Booker, D-N.J. in the U.S. Senate and a 2018 Farm Bill amendment that mirrored the OFF Act was one of only three amendments afforded a vote in the U.S. Senate, but the measure was not included in the final farm bill signed into law. Lee and Booker have since been joined by Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. in the effort for checkoff reform and the Senators plan to reintroduce the measure in the Senate in 2021.

A copy of the legislation can be found here.

Organization for Competitive Markets (OCM) is a membership-based research and advocacy organization working to expose and break the stranglehold of corporate consolidation in our food and agricultural economy. Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, OCM was founded in 1998 by farmers, ranchers, attorneys, agricultural economists, rural sociologists and state legislators to challenge the growing income power disparities between agricultural producers and agribusinesses in the food system. OCM was founded on the premise that independent farmers and ranchers must ultimately survive and prosper by receiving fair and adequate compensation for their products through the marketplace.

National Dairy Producers Organization (NDPO): "We Dairy Farmers pledge to thoroughly and immediately review and study each of the issues that impact the price of milk paid to producers in order to determine and facilitate needed changes that may be required to reach our stated purpose of producer profitability, for now and in the future.”

Animal Wellness Action (Action) is a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(4) organization with a mission of helping animals by promoting legal standards forbidding cruelty. We champion causes that alleviate the suffering of companion animals, farm animals, and wildlife. We advocate for policies to stop dogfighting and cockfighting and other forms of malicious cruelty and to confront factory farming and other systemic forms of animal exploitation. To prevent cruelty, we promote enacting good public policies, and we work to enforce those policies. To enact good laws, we must elect good lawmakers, and that’s why we remind voters which candidates care about our issues and which ones don’t. We believe helping animals helps us all.

The Animal Wellness Foundation (Foundation) is a Los Angeles-based private charitable organization with a mission of helping animals by making veterinary care available to everyone with a pet, regardless of economic ability. We organize rescue efforts and medical services for dogs and cats in need and help homeless pets find a loving caregiver. We are advocates for getting veterinarians to the front lines of the animal welfare movement; promoting responsible pet ownership; and vaccinating animals against infectious diseases such as distemper. We also support policies that prevent animal cruelty and that alleviate suffering. We believe helping animals helps us all.

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Marty Irby sets the record straight on the Checkoff Programs and NCBA

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Florida Honey Pot Farms Breaks The Norm To Offer CBD-infused Honey With Terpenes

Florida Honey Pot Farms Founder, Renee Kirwan

Florida Honey Pot Farms CBD Infused Honey

Florida Honey Pot Farms CBD Honey

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Florida Honey Pot Farms Logo

seeking to deliver the nutritional and therapeutic value of honey to as many people as possible, a move that inspired the creation of the CBD honey products.”

— Renee Kirwan, Founder of Florida Honey Pot Farms

ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Renee Kirwan and her team at Florida Honey Pot Farms are staying true to their commitment of providing customers with remedies from natural resources with the recent introduction of their CBD honey products. The honey company currently offers a wide range of products formulated with hemp paired with other natural ingredients to deliver an all-natural option for over-the-counter pain, sleep, and inflammation relief.

The global CBD industry has continued to grow over the years, amidst increasing demand from customers in different parts of the world as more people realize its immense health and wellness benefits. According to a report published by Grand View Research, the global cannabidiol market size was valued at $2.8 billion in 2020. The report also projected the CBD market to reach $13.4 billion by 2028, as people seek more natural treatment options for several health conditions. In a related development, there has been a steady increase in the demand for honey worldwide. Described as one of the most versatile foods, the superfood offers a plethora of health and wellness benefits to consumers. Consequently, Florida Honey Pot Farms is looking to deliver the best of both worlds to consumers with the introduction of their CBD-infused Honey with Terpenes.

It is a typical case of old becomes new, just as Hippocrates Loved Honey, so does Florida Honey Pot Farms. Founder, Renee Kirwan, is "seeking to deliver the nutritional and therapeutic value of honey to as many people as possible, a move that inspired the creation of the CBD honey products." The company is staying true to the words of Hippocrates, the father of Western "modern" medicine – "Let Food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food," by helping people in the United States and other parts of the world to use the honey in their everyday routines to build a healthier lifestyle.

Florida Honey Pot Farms offers CBD and Non-CBD terpene honey, ensuring that the growing and diverse needs of all categories of clients are met. The company is said to be the producer of the only CBD-infused, terpene enhanced honey, offering the finest quality in the market to encourage consumers to incorporate these great-tasting superfood health benefits into their daily lifestyle.

The CBD-infused honey products from Florida Honey Pot Farms include Bee Chill Honey, Bee Immune Honey, Bee Fit Honey, and Bee Fluid Honey, all handcrafted and made under industry best practices. The company also offers the non-CBD variant of each of the products, providing one of the most comprehensive product lines in the market.

When asked where Florida Honey Pot Farms will go next, Kirwan said "As part of the all-inclusive approach adopted by Florida Honey Pot Farms, our company encourages innovation and creativity, all while ensuring sustainable honey production and natural honeybee health, with the end goal of building a community of women-owned honey businesses that support one another."

For more information about Florida Honey Pot Farms and the range of products offered, visit – www.FloridaHoneyPotFarms.com. Florida Honey Pot Farms can also be found across social media, including Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

About Florida Honey Pot Farms
Florida Honey Pot Farms is a honey company founded by Renee Kirwan to offer the immense benefits of traditional herbs and actions to consumers to help treat a myriad of diseases and conditions. Renee Kirwan was inspired to start the honey company following her passion for honey and hemp and the plethora of ways these important all-natural foods can help people suffering from different diseases. Raised with the Western medical model, Renee chose to expand her knowledge into Eastern medicine where plants and herbs have been used for thousands of years.

The past International model, Miss Nebraska USA and outspoken philanthropist as well as her team at Florida Honey Pot Farms has taken an ancient superfood (honey) and added modern plant medicines (CBD and botanical terpenes) to create an all-natural option for over the counter pain, sleep, and inflammation relief. She also uses her platform to help protect the honey bee, with the author, speaker, and farmer recently creating the Honey Bee Institute.

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Taste the Difference Empowered Passionate Women make when an Ancient Superfood Meets Cutting Edge Plant Science

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Innovaciones en la producción de snacks laminados saludables

Reading Bakery Sytems

Reading Bakery Sytems

Reading Bakery Systems innova con el sistema RBS Multi ‐ Crisp que permite hacer bocadillos horneados, libres de gluten y de masas de legumbres o multicereales.

Los consumidores quieren alimentarse mejor y más saludable, es indispensable contar con tecnología que garantice diversidad pero también rendimientos, viabilidad y calidad”

— Reading Bakery Systems

CIUDAD DE MéXICO, MX, MéXICO, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — En los últimos años el consumidor de snacks se ha diversificado y cambiado, ahora la mayoría de ellos demandan productos más saludables y que provengan de diferentes fuentes alimenticias que contribuyan a sus metas de nutrición. Estos cambios también han impactado en las líneas tradicionales de producción y pensando en esto Reading Bakery Systems innovó con el sistema RBS MultiCrisp.

Durante décadas, las líneas tradicionales de producción de galletas hicieron un buen trabajo al hacer productos típicos laminados en altos volúmenes. Las galletas saladas, mejor conocidas como crackers o soda en los países latinoamericanos, son hechas a partir de una masa fermentada y se producen principalmente en sistemas de un solo propósito.

Sin embargo, los consumidores de hoy exigen más innovación y variedad en la categoría de snacks en láminas. Los clientes buscan variedad en la forma, sabor y textura, de igual manera en los tipos de ingredientes utilizados para hacer que los snacks se adapten a la nutrición o la dieta, también prefieren los snacks horneados en lugar de fritos.

El sistema MultiCrisp de RBS ofrece la flexibilidad para fabricantes para crear chips de papa, trigo o maíz horneados, galletas libres de gluten, chips de verduras o legumbres, galletas de arroz o multicereales, entre otros. Estas líneas MultiCrisp no solo ofrecen alta calidad productos, son más eficientes y flexibles para ejecutar una amplia gama de productos.

Debido a que el manejo de estas materias primas es distinto a las tradicionales, la mayoría de las maquinas no suelen estar acondicionadas para procesarlas correctamente, Luis Montoya, Sales Manager Latin American Region de Reading Bakery Systems afirma que: “la tecnología de punta siempre acompaña a los procesos de producción y a los nuevos requerimientos de los consumidores, el sistema MultiCrisp de RBS realiza distintos tipos de snacks saludables solo con un cambio mínimo desde la pantalla de control del operador y de esta manera garantiza los rendimientos, la viabilidad y la calidad para los clientes de la compañía que están actualizando su portafolio de productos”.

Esto se logra porque RBS produce los snacks de la masa que viene directamente del mezclador, igualmente, se compone de solo un laminador de 2 o 3 rodillos con velocidades y calibre variable, finalmente usa hornos de convección y secadores que solo usan un quemador por zona y son mucho más fácil de controlar y mantener. Ellos también proporcionan una mejor reducción de la humedad que da como resultado una textura de producto más abierta.

Para conocer más sobre esta solución visite: www.readingbakery.com

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Orlando Ballet Hosts Dancer Auditions

Orlando Ballet Holds Auditions for Experienced Dancers

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Company is adding new talent as it readies for another bold season

ORLANDO, FL. – Wednesday, June 30, 2021 – Orlando Ballet will host a live audition next month for experienced company dancers as they prepare for the 2021-2021 performance season. Auditions will be held at Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 10, 2021. Registration will be held from 10:30 to 11 a.m.

Orlando Ballet believes it is the only professional ballet company to perform a complete season during 2020-21, and is seeking experienced, company-level dancers. Orlando Ballet will also accept video and remote auditions from experienced professional dancers who cannot attend the audition in person.

“This past season clearly proved that Orlando Ballet is committed to building very strong and respected professional organization and we are planning for more dynamic and ambitious productions next season,” said Executive Director Cheryl Collins. “With Covid-19 squarely behind us and the strong support of our community, we are now focusing on providing competitive wages and benefits to our dancers.”

Orlando Ballet has open positions for both male and female dancers. Those auditioning must be 18 years or older and there is no fee to audition. Dancers are expected to bring a professional resume, a photo of them in 1st arabesque as well as a professional headshot, and they should be prepared to leave additional information if it is requested. Women are expected to wear pointe shoes.

“We have just completed one of our greatest and most dynamic seasons ever,” said Artistic Director Robert Hill, “we are in a well-positioned financially and now able to build our bench of talent. There is no better time to dance with Orlando Ballet.”

Choreographer-in-Residence Jorden Morris, whose production of “The Great Gatsby Ballet” will be performed in the upcoming season, shared his enthusiasm. “The success of any major ballet performance, especially one as vibrant as Gatsby, greatly relies on the dancers’ skills and spirit. Orlando Ballet is known its company’s high energy and talent which is why I enjoy working with this organization and its dancers.”

The Jungle Book, October 7-10, 2021, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
The Nutcracker, December 3-5 & December 16-19, 2021, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Giselle, February 3-6 & February 10-13, 2022, Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre
Premiere Collection, March 17-20 & 24-27, 2022, Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre
Great Gatsby, April 28-May 1, 2022, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

About Orlando Ballet:
Founded in 1974, Orlando Ballet is Central Florida’s only fully residential professional ballet company. Under the helm of Artistic Director Robert Hill, Orlando Ballet produces year-round main stage productions at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts and Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre, featuring timeless masterpieces and innovative contemporary world premieres, achieving the highest level of professionalism and artistic excellence. Orlando Ballet promotes dance education through community enrichment programs, performance lecture demonstrations, the renowned Orlando Ballet School, and Orlando Ballet II, a second pre-professional company to train and support dancers as they approach the start of their dance careers. For information about Orlando Ballet, please visit our website at Orlandoballet.org.


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Finlyte Announces New Partners to Strengthen Delivery of Turnkey NetSuite ERP Solutions

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Austen Wise, Dylan McCracken, and Aimee Greek join the Finlyte Partner team.

Austen Wise, Dylan McCracken, and Aimee Greek join the Finlyte Partner team.

AUSTIN, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Finlyte Partners (“Finlyte”) announces the addition of three new partners to the firm. The addition of these accomplished professionals strengthens the firm’s ability to deliver turnkey Oracle NetSuite ERP solutions to growing businesses.

The new partners include Austen Wise (Director of Sales), Dylan McCracken (Director of Product Development), and Aimee Greek (Director of Client Services). Aimee has been with Finlyte since November 2019 and she is taking the next step as a partner in the firm. We are welcoming both Austen and Dylan as new partners and new hires in their roles supporting the development of NetSuite ERP solutions for clients.

As the Oracle NetSuite 2020 Partner of the Year in the General Business vertical, Finlyte is uniquely positioned to deliver financial clarity, strong oversight, and operational efficiency
for start-ups, emerging growth, and established companies by leveraging the power of the best-in-class NetSuite ERP platform.

– Austen Wise is joining the firm from NetSuite. Austen served as an Account Executive and Business Development Representative for NetSuite prior to joining Finlyte. In his new role, Austen will be responsible for developing and building the sales division, overseeing new client engagement to turn into long-lasting relationships, and fostering relationships with partners to expand reach.

Austen will also be responsible for aiding in the development of new products to best serve clients and supporting each client on the path to achieving their business goals. Educationally, Austen graduated from the Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business with a BBA in Finance.

– Dylan McCracken is also joining the firm from NetSuite, where he served as a solution consultant working with C-Suite decision-makers and key players engaging with the NetSuite ERP platform. In his new role with Finlyte, Dylan will be focused on providing transformational accounting, finance, and business process improvements through NetSuite. Having spent time building businesses as an entrepreneur and leading solution consulting at NetSuite, Dylan brings a combination of real-world experience, NetSuite know-how, and a personal understanding of knowing what business leaders need as they grow their company.

Dylan will also be responsible for researching and developing improvements to NetSuite that will enable Finlyte customers to be more strategic, automated, and ready for growth. Educationally, Dylan graduated from the University of Texas McComb’s School of Business with an MBA in Business Administration and Management.

– Aimee Greek has been elevated to a partner to capture the firm’s commitment to 100% client success working with Finlyte and migrating to the NetSuite ERP platform. Aimee focuses on developing a deep understanding of each client’s needs to help them achieve their goals utilizing NetSuite ERP. Aimee leads efforts in all product delivery, cultivates client relationships, resolves client issues, coordinates operations, provides strategic direction, and manages resources to support implementation.

Aimee is focused on communicating with each client to ensure that the right resources are assigned to their implementation project in order to meet project goals. Aimee leverages her deep knowledge and experience in accounting and business through prior industry experience as a controller, chief accountant, and general manager to support each client on their implementation journey.

– The three new partners will be instrumental in supporting the roll-out of a new service offering for healthcare organizations. Finlyte has deep ties to the healthcare industry throughout the United States, and the firm will soon be announcing a new turnkey solution specifically for the healthcare market.

– Find out more about Finlyte at https://finlyte.com/ and on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/finlyte/.

ABOUT FINLYTE: Founded in 2017 and located in Austin, Texas, Finlyte is a business solutions provider focused on enhancing financial visibility and central office efficiency for growing clients. Finlyte is primarily driven by implementing Oracle NetSuite, a best-in-class and cloud-based ERP solution. Finlyte follows this focus with Business Process Outsourcing of corporate accounting services — delivered by seasoned Finlyte accountants on both a short term and a long term basis — for our NetSuite clients. Finlyte supports 120+ shared clients with NetSuite in industries that include healthcare, manufacturing, software, professional services, multi-channel retail, wholesale & distribution, and more. In 2020, Finlyte was named the Oracle NetSuite 2020 Partner of the Year for the General Business vertical. Working together with NetSuite, Finlyte provides a personalized and future-proof combination of technology and services supporting companies throughout the U.S.

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ITFirms Lists Top .Net (DotNet) Development Companies

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ITFirms’ coveted list is here for review; checkmark which .net development companies clinched top ten positions!

UNITED STATES, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — .Net (DotNet) sets the footing for the nine software development trends curving out in 2021 – (1) Native App Development, (2) The Internet Of Things, (3) Human Augmentation, (4) Big Data, (5) Artificial Intelligence Expansion, (6) Continuous Integration And Deployment, (7) Progressive Web Apps, (8) Low-Code Development, (9) Cross-Platform And Hybrid Development.

Of course, you may expect the new technologies to surface and time-tested veterans in application programming to vanish, backwashing the competition, but not that easy. It remains a considerable resource.

ITFirms drew off a few best .Net developers, which persisted due to their due diligence in the domain. Their client testimonials, previous projects, time/budget-bound delivery coiffes the tone for their current position.

1. Konstant Infosolutions
2. Codiant Software Technologies
3. Cleveroad
4. Oxagile
5. Itexus
6. BlazeDream
8. Softlabs Group
9. CloudLogic Technologies
10. ARKA Softwares

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The Restaurants And Mobile Food Services Industry Is Boosted By Globalization

Restaurants And Mobile Food Services Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

Restaurants And Mobile Food Services Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery To 2030

The Business Research Company’s Restaurants And Mobile Food Services Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery to 2030

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, June 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Globalization is expected to pave the way for more joint ventures, foreign investments, global expansion, and multi-national companies setting up facilities in high growth regions, thereby allowing restaurant operators to offer their cuisines to customers around the world. Globalization is also making it easier for restaurants to procure exotic ingredients and hence provide more sophisticated and wider variety of dishes to its customers, thereby giving restaurants an opportunity to compete globally. Furthermore, globalization has increased the number of potential vendors for restaurants, lowering the bargaining power of suppliers and thus helping the bottom line. For example, McDonald's produces in many countries and has franchises around the world. It invests and supports initiatives to adapt its products and services to different locales to ensure its global brand. This rise in globalization is likely to boost investments and consequentially drive the market going forward.

Major companies in the restaurant and mobile food services industry include McDonald's, Subway, Darden Restaurants Inc, Yum China Holdings Inc.

The global restaurants and mobile food services market is expected to grow from $2193.94 billion in 2020 to $2619.27 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.4%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $3331.62 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 6%.

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Asia Pacific is the largest region in the global restaurants and mobile food services market, accounting for 51% of the market in 2020. North America is the second largest region accounting for 24% of the global market. Africa is the smallest region in the global restaurants and mobile food services market.

The global restaurants and mobile food services market is segmented by type into full-service restaurants, limited-service restaurants, cafeterias, grill buffets, and buffets, mobile food services, by ownership into chain market, standalone market, and by pricing into high-end, economy.

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