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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Anthony P. Castore, CEO of Ziering Medical, the leader in hair restoration in the United States, has been appointed to the Aesthetic Industry Association [AIA] advisory board. Mr. Castore is a seasoned business expert with a solid reputation for implementing programs, protocols, business development strategies and efficiencies for profitability accelerating growth and scaling elective medical practices. He has also been published in Inc. magazine and serves as a medical faculty advisor for the AMspa Medical Spa Show. In his role, Mr. Castore will work with an illustrious group of industry executives to guide and advise AIA in their broad-based efforts to support development, sustainability, and other active business interests of its global aesthetics membership, serving highly-motivated rejuvenation and advanced cosmetic consumers across all demographics.
“We are proud to announce that Anthony Castore, CEO of the prestigious Ziering Medical hair-restoration
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The Saint Viator Alumni Association is hosting a free Loyal Hearts Business Forum event for Saint Viator and Sacred Heart of Mary graduates, and current and past parents, in which Saint Viator alumni will share ideas and techniques they’ve used to shift their work and adapt to the current pandemic environment. The event, “Pivoting in a Pandemic World,” will take place via Zoom on October 22 at 6 p.m. CT.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to close, temporarily or permanently, and others have been forced to find creative new ways to operate,” said Jim Platania, Jr., the Saint Viator Alumni Association board chairman. “We hope this event will help business owners and professionals learn from alumni who have found ways to pivot their business during these trying times.”
Speakers include Steve Zaleski (’04), real estate broker at Compass and restaurateur; Jerry Cataldo (’77), president and CEO of Hostmark
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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — The Central Business District Association partnered up with three local artists to create 10 sidewalk chalk art murals in Town Center.
The theme of the initiative is to infuse hope and positivity in the community through pop-up chalk art installations.
“In a world where you can be anything, be kind,” is one of many quotes you’ll find displayed in the Town Center of Virginia Beach this month.
“We wanted to create small moments of hope and positivity during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Katie Caraviello, business development and community relations manager at the Town Center.
The CBDA said Caraviello presented the mural idea to the city’s Cultural Arts Department out of a desire to provide a cheerful escape to each passerby that visits Town Center.
“As you wander Town Center and discover these colorful murals and uplifting messages, simply put, we hope it brightens your day,”