For years, humans have been gathering knowledge; sorting and storing for later use. Libraries full of books, documentaries of scientific breakthroughs, and now, the internet. You can literally search for, and find, anything you can think of thanks to the World Wide Web. You can share anything for millions of others to view at their own leisure, and can discover many works of art, jobs, friends, and many desirable items to buy.
However, as our technology advances, things do get muddled. We see things, we have images of what we like, and we just can’t find them no matter what we type into the search bar. All we end up with is results pertaining to everything BUT what we are looking for. This can become especially frustrating for those looking for the perfect prom dress that they saw on social media, or for a cute top their friend has but can’t remember the brand name. If only humans could take images from their minds and input them into the search bar! Sadly, while we can’t do that, there is technology that allows us to do something very strongly similar.
Image recognition technology has been developing over the past few years. Some may think of it as what is used by authorities to help identify criminals by their facial structure, but there is much more that can be done with this technology. Image recognition is now also being used by businesses to help their consumers find information on various products, stores, and brands. Anything can be found, even if the picture is fresh from your own camera.
One such company, Slyce, specializes in visual search. They partner with various companies, working to help consumers find products easier with the simple technology of their camera and the power of the internet. Users can take a picture of a product found out and about, and the app will find the product’s information, including an option to buy said product from it’s respective company. Slyce will even identify everything from bar codes to coupons, as well as pictures taken from the world around the user. Slyce utilizes the technology that many recognition software’s use, and compiles it all into a massively helpful package for use world wide.
Many people today want to start building wealth for their future. In order to do this, you must be able to find the right properties to invest in. A lot of people look at their investments and do not see how they could possibly build up enough cash to start investing. However, there are a lot of ways that people can get started today. If you want to take the next step as a business, look at ways that you can start to buy property at a discount. This is how David Osio got started investing in real estate in South America. Although he had little financial support, he was able to slowly build up his business in a way that he is now one of the richest people on the continent. He is a great example of the power of compound investing.
One of the most complex parts of real estate investing is financing. There are many schools of thought on this subject, as some people want to take advantage of everything that banks have to offer. Financing through a traditional bank is not as easy as many people think. Over time, building up a lot of leverage can be dangerous. This is especially true if the economy crashes. A lot of people do not realize all of the risk they are taking on by getting so far into debt in these areas.
In the future, David Osio will continue to build up his business. He is an inspiration to anyone who wants to invest in real estate or build a great business. He has done so through taking good risks and investing in the right areas. There are a lot of people who look up to the work that he has done and want to emulate it.
When I got into yoga, I had no idea that the clothing could be so expensive. I ended up paying $100 for a simple outfit to wear to yoga, and I was a bit frustrated by it. I knew there had to be better activewear that was lower in cost, and that’s when I came upon Fabletics, which is a new company by JustFab. I’ve heard of JustFab in the past, but since I’m not shoe connoisseur, I never joined the website. After falling in love with yoga and wanting to do it every day, I knew that I needed the right clothing, but the activewear can truly be expensive.
I visited the planned stores and went on their website without knowing how low their prices were, and I went crazy when I found that I could get an entire outfit for just $25 or less. I bought several outfits when I joined the website, and I’m grateful to know that my VIP membership will allow me to get low-priced clothing as long as I stay a member of the website. When I look at the amount of money I paid for yoga clothing before as opposed to what I paid to Fabletics on Youtube, I’ve only paid one-fourth the cost to Fabletics, and I’m happy about that. I even told other people in my yoga class to join Fabletics, so they can get the activewear that they need for cheap.
I can get cut off tops, yoga pants as well as other activewear from Fabletics, and even though it’s a site that’s endorsed by a star like Kate Hudson, that didn’t necessarily factor into my decision to buy from the company because the clothing itself was a great bargain and looked great. Since I love Fabletics so much, I decided I should try JustFab.com as well, and I’m sorry that I didn’t join the website many years ago. I can buy tennis shoes to go with my activewear from Fabletics on JustFab.com, and I’m able to get the shoes for under $40 for two pairs, which is awesome.
Whenever I need new clothing from Fabletics or new shoes from JustFab on Facebook, I simply go to the website and order what I need, and I absolutely love that I can get free shipping when I need it too. Why would anyone else buy from other activewear companies if they can’t afford it, especially since Fabletics has great prices that are nearly impossible to beat, especially since the prices are wholesale? Instead of having to buy many pieces of clothing to get wholesale prices at Fabletics, I simply pay a monthly membership fee, which keeps my place on the website to allow me to buy activewear at wholesale price. Source: https://www.instagram.com/fabletics/?hl=en
Bernardo Chua is the founder of the successful company Organo Gold. Although Organo Gold is based out of Canada, Bernardo Chua, who also goes by the nickname Bernie, is originally from the Philippines. In January of 2015, Bernie and two members of his Organo Gold staff were invited to attend an award ceremony held by the National Consumer Affairs Foundation in Manila, Philippines. At this ceremony, Bernie was awarded with two Dangal ng Bayan awards as well as recognition for Outstanding Global Entrepreneur. The Dangal ng Bayan award recognizes Filipinos who succeed in business. Organo Gold was also given several awards. The company was awarded with two of the People’s Choice Awards for Best Gourmet Organic Health Coffee as well as the award for the Number One Global Network Marketing Company.
As LinkedIn indicates, Bernardo Chua started Organo Gold in 2008 in British Columbia, Canada. What started as a small start-up with only three employees has now expanded into a company that has offices in countries around the world. Before founding Organo Gold, Bernie worked for Gano Excel in the Philippines and was transferred to the United Stated location in California. It was in California and working with Gano Excel where he was able to develop his knowledge of the ganoderma lucidium herb into a usable product.
Bernie, as he’s known on Twitter, developed the ganoderma lucidium herb into drinkable tea and coffee, creating a healthier alternative to the beverage market. Thanks to the hard work of Bernie, Organo Gold has been a success. He continues to oversee his start-up company as the Chief Executive Officer. He also spends time making sure that his distributors and consumers are educated on what the ganoderma lucidium herb is and what health benefits it can provide for people. In addition, he is a sponsor of the OG Cares Foundation where he helps provide mentoring for young men and women to help make them better leaders for the future. Read more about his career and accomplishments on ZoomInfo.