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An experienced Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyer explains the ins-and-outs of contingency fees. If you have ever wondered how this legal partnership works, this video explains it all.
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Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar, Chair of the Rotary Foundation Trustees, discusses Rotary International's partnership with UNICEF for global polio eradication.
Corporate Social Responsibility News: Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Joins SmartWay Transport Partnership; VolunteerMatch Partners with NFL Play 60.
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UNICEF reports on a partnership with the TV show, 'Viet Nam's Next Top Model,' to raise awareness about important children's issues.
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Mr. Pradeep K Jaisingh, CEO and MD - International Oncology Services Pvt. Ltd. talks about important partnerships and collaborations of International Oncology, a cancer care organization. International Oncology is a global cancer care and research company focused on providing world class cancer treatment through its network of cancer care centres.
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UNICEF reports on a partnership with the European Union in Sri Lanka that improving access to vital public services, including health care, water and sanitation, and education, in conflict-affected communities.
In this video from Worldwide Express' 2010 annual conference, company Chairman and CEO David R. Kiger discusses the successful partnership with UPS and Worldwide Express' plans for the future. Relying on quotes from historical figures such as Gen. George Patton, Ernest Hemmingway and Frederick Nietzsche, Mr. Kiger inspires Worldwide Express employees with a rousing speech about the company's never-say-die attitude. David Kiger founded Dallas-based Worldwide Express in 1992 following a successful career in the commercial real estate industry. Under Mr. Kiger's leadership, Worldwide Express now includes 150 franchises located throughout the nation to provide shipping solutions for small to medium-sized businesses. Worldwide Express maintains partnership agreements with noted shipping companies such as UPS, the world's largest package delivery company, and more than 40 freight carriers from across the U.S. to provide customers with flexible shipping solutions and personal dedicated support. Learn more about the company at www.wwex****.
Dallas Facial Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Sam Lam, talks about Partnership in Beauty of the surgeon with the aesthetician. In this talk at the International Congress of Esthetics & Spa, held at Arlington Convention Center on Sunday, May 5, 2013, Dr. Lam focuses on new ways to see the skin and in the second half of the talk discusses ways that aestheticians can think like business owners to grow their own business.
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Today on Hard News, Nintendo's new release dates, Sega partnership, and Best Buy premieres.
GSK & Save the Children
By Michael M, GSK Communications
Today, we announced an ambitious new partnership with Save the Children to save the lives of a million of the poorest children in the world.
While good progress has been made in recent years, almost seven million children die each year through lack of access to basic healthcare, vaccines or nutritious food. Through these and other initiatives, the partnership aims to help save the lives of one million children in the next five years. We're working together in a very different way--sharing expertise, resources, reach and influence to tackle some of the leading causes of childhood deaths.
GSK and Save the Children have been working together for eight years on a number of public health projects, including our initiative to reinvest 20% of the profits we make in the least-developed-countries in community programs to strengthen healthcare infrastructure, primarily through the training of community health workers. We've even sent a number of employees to work with them for extended assignments through our employee volunteer program called PULSE.
Ivy, who works in our Philadelphia office, recently returned from a PULSE assignment with Save the Children. Watch her describe why she is so excited about this new collaboration.
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As Senior Adviser for Commercial Space at NASA and a leader of numerous private space organizations, Charles Miller is highly knowledgeable in all things space. With such diverse high-level experience in both the public and private sectors, Miller is uniquely qualified to discuss the importance of public/private partnerships and how they can be utilized in the future. He also discusses the NACA model and how it is largely responsible for the commercial airline industry we know today.
Charles Miller Senior Advisor for Commercial Space, NASA
NASA will play a vital role in the development of the commercial space sector, but what exactly can they do for commercial space? What do they plan to get from helping private companies? Leaders from some of the biggest NASA locations come together to give answers to these questions, and to discuss current developments at their centers, the potential for government/commercial partnerships, and what role they see their centers playing in the future of commercial space.
Rebecca Spyke Keiser(Moderator) Associate Deputy Administrator for Policy Integration, NASA
Robert Cabana Director, NASA KSC
Arthur (Gene) Goldman Deputy Director, NASA Marshall
Steve Jurczyk Deputy Director, Langley Research Center
Simon (Pete) Worden Director, NASA Ames Research Center