NewsWatch TV Review – How Avanca Raised Twenty Nine Times Their Goal

Avanca started a campaign on Indiegogo to raise ten thousand dollars in thirty days for a new product that they were putting out. The way Indiegogo works is that if you have a thirty day goal and you do not reach it, you will not get any of the money. In order to make sure that their campaign got maximum exposure, Avana hired Newswatch to create a small one minute presentation promoting their campaign. This video was to air on the Newswatch TV Reviews show, as well as on their online profiles.

 

This video was a smashing success. Instead of just raising ten thousand dollars, Avanca raised over four hundred and fifty thousand dollars. That is almost three thousand percent of their original goal! It is also twenty times more than their goal. Nathalie van Wijkvliet is the marketing director at Avanca. She said that it is always great to work with Newswatch and that they love doing so, and that this is the second time they have worked with them. The first time was to help promote their Crowdfunding campaign. She said that she believes that Newswatch was one of the main reasons that campaign was successful. She explained that the support is great and the interviewers are excellent. The video promoting their Indiegogo campaign reached ninety six million households and received over one million impressions online. It was seen in two hundred markets in the United States.

 

Newswatch TV is a show that focuses on news pertaining to consumers, technology, and business. They reach millions of people with every episode that they air. They have reached seven hundred million people since they started.

 

Newswatch TV also invites celebrities on their shows. They are highly popular among companies who want to reach a lot of people. Companies in the business and tech industry can benefit the most.

 

Academy of Arts University Dominance in the New York Fashion Week

Richard Stephens founds the Academy of Arts University in San Francesco, California 1929.The institute has a vast number of teaching staff, both part time and full time.It is also among the largest privately owned university. The founder, Richard, was a painter and worked as a magazine editor. At the beginning; the institute began as one for advertising art but evolved with time. Elisa Stephens took over the mantle of leadership in 1992 and had boosted the number of students enrolled. The institute hosts/ takes part in the New York fashion week twice a year.

 

The institute interior is marked with beautiful, art and design pieces accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Board. The college offers Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in more than 27 courses. The school also facilitates online learning. The university program is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges as per 2007.

 

The college actively takes part in the Pacific West Conference sports with the school team nickname as the Urban Knights. The school sports teams are ranked high in the division championship and are listed fourth. One of the school’s athlete; Jordan Edwards has received seven NCAA honors. The school has produced various successful alumni such as Rick Backer, Scott Borrero, and Lauren Conrad among much more.

 

This year, the academy took part in the New York fashion week with some of its graduates making a name in the event. Ms. Alexander of American next top model and Sara Kozlowski a director in the education sector were some of the audience who were pleased by the pieces of work showcased. Among the most impressive pieces were done by; Hailun Zhou, MFA Fashion Designer, her inspirations were from observations and photographs taken on a creative concept class. She created her piece from various materials put together such as vinyl and PVC fabrics.

 

Eden Slein, MFA Fashion Design, his design inspirations were from “life and loved.” Eden created his piece using fabrics from Denim and rubber bike tubes in support of sustainability. Diana Marie Liam, MFA Design, her inspirations were from her aunt’s emotions. She used soft and warm fabrics to evoke the emotions. Carlos Rodriguez, BFA Fashion, he creates materials with traditional and machine embodiment to bring out a contemporary taste. Saya Shen, MFA fashion design, her designs were inspired by snowy, trees and ocean waves photography she had previously taken. Joanna Jadallah, MFA men’s ware Design, her designs inspired by the strength of her ancestors who left everything behind in Palestine. She used lightweight wool, lambskin leather, and cashmere knits as her fabrics. These were among some of the major acts in the event.

 

Educational Reform Defines and Drives Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos’s name has been synonymous with education and educational reform for a long time now. As a matter of fact, the penchant for change seems to be a family thing what with her husband Dick DeVos pursuing it with a passion as well. This has been as true of them in business and politics as it is in charity. The last three decades have seen Betsy DeVos lend her support to many campaigns, political action committees, and party-affiliated organizations. She was also chairperson of Michigan Republican Party for six years.

The accent on reform can also be witnessed in the running of Windquest Group of companies that are involved in investing in technology, manufacturing, and clean energy. DeVos is both cofounders along with her husband, as well as the Chairperson of Windquest.

It is however in pushing reform through her multiple nonprofit roles that DeVos had perhaps found her true calling. Betsy DeVos has held several important positions like chairperson of Dick and Betsy DeVos Family Foundation, and a member of DeVos Institute for Arts Management at the Kennedy Center, Kids Hope USA, and the Foundation for Excellence in Education and so on. Betsy DeVos had, in fact, earned a formidable reputation for herself as an ardent supporter of the educational choice movement. Read more about their foundation at dbdvfoundation.org.

She also served as chairperson of both the American Federation for Children (AFC) and the Alliance for School Choice, apart from spending many years working as an in-school mentor for at-risk children in the Grand Rapids (Michigan Public Schools). All of this helped her develop a unique insight into the needs of children with regards to their education. It is only right that DeVos has been appointed secretary of education, for there would scarcely be anyone else with her experience, depth of passion and commitment to providing the best education to every child, regardless of their status or economic status.

Among the things on her agenda is the decentralization of control over education, giving states and localities the major say in matters, which in turn will enable parents to take empowered decisions about the kind of education that will work out best for their children. This should lead to more of them receiving access to the kind of higher education which would put their careers on the right path of success. Read her interview with Philanthropy Table.

It is indeed fortuitous that the education sector finally has a person helming it, who knows exactly what needs to be done and how. Betsy DeVos is clearly the person for the job.

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