Dr. Wright’s Crowdfunding Favorites for November 2014

November 28, 2014 by  
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Dr. Wright’s Crowdfunding Favorites for November 2014

I consider taking part in crowdfunding projects a rewarding cause for I can help in new projects and ideas to reach the market. Not only it’ll help the lives of the campaign’s creator but also the whole society as these projects and products will definitely benefit everyone. Amidst all the crowd funding projects that I’ve wrote about, I have my four personal favorites. These are the Purple Pocket Book, Forever Homes for Foster Children, Banana Wave is the Future and Lulla Doll: Sleep Companion for Babies & Toddlers. The Purple Pocket Book is a domestic violence app for the state of Georgia that helps the victims to find shelter locations, legal assistance as well as questionnaire to determine if someone is in a potential abusive situation. It aims not only to aid the victims but also to prevent others to become one and to extend its helping hand throughout the whole country.

Forever Homes for Foster Care promotes the non- profit organization, Find Families in Mexico, that helps the foster children to find their biological families giving them another chance in their lives. Banana Wave is the Future campaign features an innovation of producing milk- like beverage from bananas. Sounds amazing, right? With this project, vegetarians, gluten- free eaters and lactose- intolerant can now enjoy the taste and creaminess of milk with Banana- wave beverage. This project is on its final stages and seeking for help to formally launch it in the market. Lulla Doll: Sleep Companion for Babies & Toddlers is a doll that records the breathing and heart of a mother at rest providing a sense of security for the child helping him / her to fall into deep and restful sleep. The doll’s material can also absorb the scent of the parent helping the child gets familiar with it. Lulla Doll is best for premature babies to begin the bonding process with their parents. All of these campaigns can contribute to our society once they are all up and running or available to the market. With crowd funding, these projects will push through bringing success to its creators and the society will reap benefits from it.

Philippine Real Estate

October 14, 2014 by  
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Philippine Real Estate

Since the last few years, the Philippine real estate property market had experienced quite a boom, basically coming from local demand from the increasing number of overseas workers that see the merits of investing their hard-earned money in real estate. There is also a great demand for real property ownership in the Philippines from balikbayans, upwardly-mobile young Filipinos and those that are married to foreigners and want to have some form of investment in their home country. Read more

Reasons Why Cheap Printed Pens are Effective Promotional Tools

October 13, 2014 by  
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A roller ball pen with gel ink. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Big corporations, small companies, and even universities need to promote their brands or names from time to time, so that people will be familiar with what they sell, trade, or offer. Common advertising strategies use pamphlets, pins, stickers, magnets and many other materials to promote the names of companies, but one of the most effective promotional tools that are being used are cheap printed pens.

Writing has always been a part of our lives. Since we started doodling when we were still young until we began scribbling our first letters, pens, pencils, or any other writing materials have been with us through the years. No matter how modern technology is, writing will never be out of style. This is one great reason why using cheap printed pens are going to be effective and practical as promotional materials. We use pens practically every day – from children to adults, and from students to professionals. Read more

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