Pharmacies are stocked with products that claims to solve aging ailments, but some of the best remedies are as natural as can be.
QSR MAGAZINE – There are a lot of statistics about how risky opening a restaurant is. An Ohio State study pinned the figure at 80 percent failing within the first five years. That same study suggested…
HEALTHLEADERS – A majority of healthcare payer leaders expect substantial revenue growth next year, though some remain unprepared for change, according to a new industry survey.
Clients in the News – Mercedes-Benz USA will open a one day only pop up at the King of Prussia Mall for kids
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER – Children will be able to ride mini Mercedes-Benz cars at the King of Prussia mall Wednesday, as part of the company’s first “Lil Benz Dealership” pop up store…
ATLANTA – November 14, 2018 – Cookerly Public Relations, an Atlanta-based public relations and marketing agency, earned seven awards at the prestigious Phoenix Awards Ceremony which was hosted by the Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
Clients in the News – Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business: Joint M.D./MBA Program Prepares Students for the Business of Medicine
An innovative partnership between Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) and Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business will equip medical students with a “unique blend of skills” to successfully care for patients and manage the business operations of a medical practice.
WXIA-TV – See how LogistiCare gives back to our community through the National Kidney Foundation in The Extra Mile, brought to you by Go Beyond Profit.
METRO ATLANTA CEO – P20 recently hosted the second annual P20 Conference, an international contingent of some 150 payments and fintech industry leaders from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Brazil and China. The conference also included more…
BLOOMBERG – Global payment companies held their first joint cybersecurity war games to test their systems’ readiness for simultaneous attacks, uncovering differences in their defenses including even how to define a crisis.
ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – Atlanta Business Chronicle has named our 2018 Women Who Mean Business honorees. The women will be celebrated at an awards event Oct. 18 at American Spirit Works. Here’s a Q&A with one of the winners, Patty Watson, chief information officer and senior executive vice president, TSYS.