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High-Powered Business Man And Respected, Board-Certified, Dallas Plastic Surgeon, Sameer Jejurikar, Is Going Back For Another Helping Of Education, To Enrich His CareerĀ 

Like many high-powered men in today’s multifaceted business world, Dr. Sameer Jejurikar has fingers firmly placed in an array of business pots. A physician, in a highly demanding specialty, a writer and speaker, moreover the purveyor of his own unique, medical-grade product line of skincare, Dr. Jejurikar has come to a fork in the road. The well-filled life-plate of Sameer Jejurikar, though already well-buttressed with know-how and expertise, is about to get a bit more structural support.

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is already board-certified as a plastic surgeon. He understands physical and applied science, appreciating that the latter has earned a particular place in today’s modern world of business. His patients are treated to the razor’s edge in technology, 3D preview-imaging. The tool gives users an interactive 3D model of what they can expect post their elected surgery, using computer software and a simulator.

Though a ten year veteran in his line of work, Dr. Jejurikar remains heavily invested in learning new techniques and keeping up with industry improvements, such as the TouchMD program, another applied science feature that Dr. Jejurikar offers to his patients. The visual, consultation software tool utilizes a touchscreen and gives patients a unique portal to log on and get further information even post-live consultations.

Highly respected for his acumen and professionalism, the Dallas surgeon is already a member of the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. He’s earned research grants from the National Institute of Health training and the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation. He’s a published name in more than a dozen peer-reviewed publications.

Yet, Doctor Sameer Jejurikar refuses to believe his potential is tapped out. He’s upping the ante, opting to enlarge and enrich his base, by going after a Masters of Business Administration via the Cox School of Business, at Southern Methodist University, Dallas.

Upwork Gets Listed On The New York Stock Exchange

Upwork, the online freelancer’s website, went public earlier this year Their stock, under ticker symbol EB, is now being traded on the New York Stock Exchange. At the time their Chief Executive Officer Stephane Kasriel said that the goal was to show everyone that they operate the world’s biggest online marketplace that connects freelancers and businesses together.

This company is the result of two companies having merged in 2014. These were Elance and Odes. Among the biggest investors that took part in their IPO was Dragoneer Investment Group which bought 20 percent of the company. Other big stakeholders in Upwork include SG Growth Partners, Benchmark, Globespan Capital Partners, and Sigma Partners.

On the Upwork website, companies and independent professionals can connect and collaborate on a project together. They have 12 million freelancers registered with them and there are five million registered businesses from around the world. About three million jobs are posted on their website each year. The types of skills they offer to their clients include app developers, translators, writers, graphic designers, marketing, sales, and consulting.

At Upwork, they use algorithms that process information such as the skills of the freelancers, feedback from companies that have used their services previously, and job success. This information is provided to both companies and the freelancer themselves. The companies use this information to decide whether a freelancer would be a good match for a project they need to be worked on.

Upwork makes money by taking a percentage of the freelancer’s income they earned from a project. They receive 20 percent of the first $500 that a freelancer has earned from a company and, after that, it drops to 10 percent. Once a freelancer has exceeded $10,000 with any particular company the fee drops again, this time to 5 percent.

The first thing a new user does on the Uplink website is to create their profile, listing out their job skills and other pertinent information. They say that users need to be honest about their skills and their level of expertise in each as if they can’t perform on jobs they could see their account either paused or closed.

How Has Waiakea Water Reshaped The Bottled-Water Industry

Bottled water is one of the best-selling fluids in society today. This particular field is loaded with brand after brand, but some brands are much better than others. Have you ever heard of Waiakea water? Well, this brand is one of the newest competitors, and it’s offering many more benefits than traditional bottled water. Unlike the other forms of water that come from natural springs, this water is produced by rainfall. In addition to that, the rainwater flows through a volcano’s porous rock. This specific type of rock provide some of the best natural-cleansing benefits on earth.

Waiakea volcanic water is high in electrolytes as well as high in magnesium. Calcium and antioxidants are also absorbed by the water. These fine ingredients have put the water in an alkaline state. Water is much healthier when it has high alkaline levels, and Waiakea volcanic water is listed at an 8.2 on the pH scale. The average bottled-water brand’s fluid is generally below a 7.0. This is 100 percent true, and anything that’s below a 7.0 is considered to be unhealthy. Ryan Emmons founded the company in 2012. The source of this extraordinary water just so happen to rear its head on the family’s property. “This is some of the freshest water that I’ve ever drank,” said Emmons.

When comparing the countries that consume copious amounts of water, Italy is ranked at the top position. In general, water can be found in abundance as most households receive their water via tap. Unfortunately, tap water isn’t as healthy as you may think. The very ingredients that are used to cleanse the water can make you sick. Chemicals such as fluoride are the main culprits. Waiakea volcanic water has naturally bypassed the chemical process, and it’s a better solution for satisfying your hydration needs.

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