AD1 Global Purchases Strategic 10-Acre Palm Bay Parcel

Hollywood, FL, July 26, 2017 –(– AD1 Global announced today that it has purchased an approximately 10-acre tract of land in the heart of Palm Bay, Florida, for hotel and commercial development.

The project envisages two hotels and several retail shops and restaurants adjacent to the current Space Coast Harley-Davidson Dealership and Bass Pro shop located on Sportsman’s Lane off I-95, via exit 176.

One planned hotel is a 90 room Home2 Suites by Hilton and the other a 100 room yet-to-be-named nationally known brand.

“These are both select service hotels that will offer contemporary accommodations and modern design,” said AD1 CEO Daniel Berman.

Palm Bay is perfectly situated near Florida’s strategic central east coast, midway between Jacksonville and Miami. The city is also close to the Melbourne and Orlando International Airports, Kennedy Space Center and Port Canaveral, which puts it at the cross-roads for business and leisure travel.

“We feel that this area in Florida has great investment potential and we foresee considerable growth for the Space Coast in support of the tourism, Military, Space and the Healthcare industry,” added Berman.

Palm Bay is the largest city in Brevard County and 2nd largest city in Central Florida but is only 30% built-out (according to the Palm Beach Development Authority). This offers a very high potential for growth, innovation and opportunities for businesses.

Forbes ranks Palm Bay as “America’s 15th Fastest-Growing City in 2017.”

AD1 Global has successfully been expanding its portfolio with recent hotel acquisitions and land purchases, including a 59-acre development planned for the red-hot Orlando/Disney World area. The company also entered the Georgia market for the first time, with the Q1 take-over of the Holiday Inn Savannah S. I-95 S Gateway.

“We are positioning ourselves for success by identifying the best opportunities in key growth markets in the Southeast and possibly beyond,” said Berman.

Palm Bay is known for its many parks and pristine waters and is sometimes referred to as the “bass fishing capital of the world,” which is why recreational giant Bass Pro Shops selected Palm Bay as home for its newest store, the “Stick Marsh Outpost;” but the aerospace industry is the key component of the local economy.

Many of the nation’s premiere aeronautical business’s and military contractors call this area home and serve the needs of NASA, SpaceX and its diverse contractors.

“With the successful collaboration between NASA and SpaceX, commercial space flight could fuel an economic revolution, not only here but in the rest of the state and perhaps the nation,” said Berman.

About AD1 Global:
AD1 Global is a hospitality development and management company located in Hollywood, Florida. The company excels in all facets of the hospitality industry, ranging from the acquisition of existing hotels, new developments, renovations and daily operations.

Paradise Energy Solutions Recognized as a Top Solar Contractor

The Solar Power World Top Solar Contractors list includes Lancaster-based solar company


LANCASTER, Pa.July 26, 2017PRLog — Lancaster based solar installer Paradise Energy Solutions is proud to be named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power World ( magazine. Paradise Energy Solutions achieved a rank of 138 out of 500 US solar companies and is number 2 in the state of Pennsylvania.

The Top Solar Contractors list ( is developed by Solar Power World to recognize the work completed by solar contractors across the United States. Produced annually, the Top Solar Contractors list celebrates the achievements of U.S. solar developers, subcontractors and installers within the utility, commercial and residential markets. The list was released on July 25.

“The 2017 Top Solar Contractors list features 500 of the best solar contractors in the United States,” said Kelly Pickerel, managing editor of Solar Power World. “From solar hotbeds on the coasts to the up-and-coming Midwest solar market, every installer adding even the smallest solar array to the grid is making a positive impact on our communities. We’re proud to recognize these companies and their efforts to bring solar power to U.S. homes and businesses.”

The U.S. solar market installed more than 14,700 MW of solar in 2016, nearly doubling the capacity installed in 2015. For the first time ever, solar was ranked as the No. 1 source of new electric generating capacity additions brought online throughout the year. GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) predict the cumulative U.S. solar market to nearly triple in size over the next five years.

Paradise Energy Solutions employs 60 team members, who installed 7.8 MW of solar in 2016. Since its founding in 2009, the company has installed 885 systems totaling 30.82 MW of solar. They currently service seven states throughout the mid-Atlantic region.

About Paradise Energy Solutions

Paradise Energy Solutions is a family-owned, full service solar installation company that provides turnkey grid-tied solar installations throughout the mid-Atlantic region for businesses, farmers, and homeowners.

About Solar Power World

Solar Power World is the leading online and print resource for news and information regarding solar installation, development and technology. Since 2011, SPW has helped U.S. solar contractors—including installers, developers and EPCs in all markets—grow their businesses and do their jobs better.

To Go for a Six Sigma or a Lean Six Sigma Certification?

ALPHARETTA, Ga.July 26, 2017PRLog — It should go without saying that Six Sigma produces some amazing results for those who implement it within their organizations. Since 1986, it’s helped make companies like Motorola, Amazon, Boeing and 3M household names. That’s probably why you’re looking to get certified in Six Sigma. Not only will it make you a more valuable asset to your employer, but it will also make you a more attractive candidate to other companies too.

Six Sigma vs. Lean Six Sigma Certification

That being said, if you’ve been researching Six Sigma, you probably know that Lean Six Sigma is also a powerful option. So which one should you pick?

Well, first, it’s important you understand the difference between the two.

Both essentially have the same goal: to improve business processes so there are fewer defects. In order to reach Six Sigma levels, your company must keep defects to just 3.4 per million.

However, Six Sigma does this by looking for variations that could be leading to these defects. Lean Six Sigma adherents hunt for wasteful activities—any that don’t directly add value to the finished product—in order to find the problem.

Do You Have the Need for Speed?

Therefore, if you need to choose between getting certified in either Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma, a big point to consider is what your company’s needs are regarding efficiency. Does your company need to get through business processes faster? Perhaps you’re already at Six Sigma levels—or comfortably close—but you could really use a higher output.

In that case, Lean Six Sigma makes the most sense. It will focus you on eight main types of waste that may be costing your company in time and/or money. These are things like:

·         Rework to correct defects, errors and mistakes

·         Excessive movement of people, materials, supplies or documents

·         Failing to optimize the skills and knowledge of your workforce

With these types of bottlenecks out of the way, your company can effectively produce at a faster pace. Provided you don’t succumb to more errors, the net positives will be astonishing.

Lowering Defects

On the other hand, your company may benefit much more from maintaining its current production pace—or speed of some other business process in question—but greatly reducing the defects that get produced.

If that’s the case, Six Sigma is much more appropriate at the moment. It’s also worth mentioning that Six Sigma has evolved considerably since it was first introduced in the 80s, so it’s not as though this methodology no longer stands the test of time.

A Future That Includes Both

Getting certified in either Six Sigma or Lean Six Sigma is no small thing. It will take a lot of time and dedication on your part. However, it’s also worth considering that, more and more, organizations are looking to leverage both versions of this powerful approach. While that doesn’t mean you necessarily need to get certified in both, you’d be wise to get a certificate in one and at least understand the other.

LaSalle Network Chosen By Outcome Health To Drive Growth in Chicago

Staffing And Recruiting Firm Enters Strategic Partnership With One of Chicago’s Fastest Growing Companies

CHICAGOJuly 26, 2017PRLog — LaSalle Network, a national staffing and recruiting firm, announced today its strategic partnership with Outcome Health, which partners with healthcare providers to serve actionable health intelligence at the moment of care to improve patient outcomes, to accelerate Outcome Health’s growth in Chicago.

“LaSalle Network has been critical to our recruiting efforts over the last five years in supporting the hiring of nearly 100 new Outcome Health Activators,” said Madan Nagaldinne, Chief People Officer at Outcome Health. “LaSalle Network has demonstrated they understand our focus on culture, mission and innovation in healthcare. That understanding and strength in assessing the skills of prospective candidates gives us great confidence in their ability to collaborate with our in-house recruiting team to rapidly expand our presence in Chicago.”

LaSalle Network began working with Outcome Health in 2013, and has helped place talent in the areas of accounting and finance, administrative, marketing, sales, supply chain and technology. This partnership will position Outcome Health to continue to recruit at a pace to meet its growing business needs.

“Outcome Health has built an exceptional high-growth company that now enables millions of patients to make the best healthcare decisions possible,” said Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network. “We are excited to continue powering Outcome Health with high-caliber talent to support its strategic goals.”

For more information on LaSalle Network, please visit or contact Heather Youkhana at 312-496-6562 or


About LaSalle Network

LaSalle Network is a national staffing, recruiting and culture firm with business units that specialize in accounting and finance, administrative, call center, healthcare revenue cycle, human resources, marketing, sales, supply chain, technology and executive search. Since inception in 1998, LaSalle has worked with thousands of clients and placed thousands of candidates in temporary, temporary-to-permanent and permanent positions. Its newest offering, Culture 20/20, works with companies of all sizes and industries to help them focus on what matters: Culture. Performance. Results. LaSalle Network has been listed on Inc. Magazine’s 500/5000 “Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America” list for 10 consecutive years, named by Staffing Industry Analysts as a top five “Best Staffing Firms to Work For” from 2011 to 2017, Glassdoor’s 2016 “Best Places to Work,” Inc. Magazine’s 2016 “50 Best Workplaces,” and Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Best Places to Work” list from 2014 to 2017. The firm has offices in downtown Chicago, Oak Brook and San Francisco. For more information, please call 312-419-1700 or visit

About Outcome Health

Outcome Health’s mission is to activate the best health outcome possible for every person in the world through technologies that change behavior to positively shape the human condition. The company serves health information and health intelligence during critical moments of care to enable patients and physicians to make the best healthcare decision possible. The company, founded in 2006 by Rishi Shah and Shradha Agarwal, partners with 231,000 healthcare providers nationwide to impact 500 million patient visits annually. Outcome Health has offices in Chicago and New York City, employing more than 600 people, and partners with large healthcare systems, private physician practices, medical associations, global life sciences companies as well as pharmacies and payers. For more information, visit

Success Isn't Free – The Rent is Due Everyday

The biggest lesson that I’ve learned as an emerging black woman entrepreneur is this, you must be willing to go out there everyday and shake some trees.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.July 26, 2017PRLog — Nothing is ever handed to you, so take nothing from granted.

Every move you make must be intentional.  Make every move make sense, be purposeful.

So with that said, here are 11 success strategies for emerging black women entrepreneurs.

• You must have an unwavering belief in yourself, and in the gift that has been place on the inside of you
• Understand that you add value, therefore don’t diminish your shine
• Don’t be afraid to price your products and services based on what they are truly worth
• Be willing to invest time, energy, and resources into your business
• Ask for help
• Get the training you need in order to grow your business
• Market like crazy
• Never take rejection personally
• Learn from your mistakes, then make the necessary adjustments
• Become an expert in your field
• Identify your target market, then learn how to sell

Two powerful tips I’ve learned in business are that emerging black women entrepreneurs should always have a business plan, no matter what kind of business it is, and secondly that working with a coach provides you the leverage you need in order grow in business.

Learn more. Get supported in the pursuit of your goals.

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Benjamin Ross Group, LLC Sells West Ninth Vintage, Montgomery County, PA

Benjamin Ross Group, a mergers and acquisitions/business brokerage firm,, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of our client, West Ninth Vintage, Montgomery County, PA to a private investor.

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa.July 26, 2017PRLog — Benjamin Ross Group, a mergers and acquisitions/business brokerage firm,, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of our client, West Ninth Vintage, Montgomery County, PA to a private investor.

West Ninth Vintage (, established in 2013, designs and manufactures distinctive, industrial-style lighting and housewares.  Each piece is designed using authentic industrial materials.  All of their products are sold on-line via Etsy, Amazon, Wayfair, etc.

Benjamin Ross Group ( performed a valuation of the company, was engaged as a business broker to sell the business, identified a qualified candidate to purchase the business, and secured SBA financing for the transaction.  The Benjamin Ross Group works with business owners who want to sell their businesses and routinely sells 95% of the businesses they represent, whereas the national average is only 20%.

About Benjamin Ross Group: With offices in Southampton, PA, Radnor, PA, and Princeton, NJ the Benjamin Ross Group is the most experienced, professional and exclusive business sales, mergers and acquisitions/business broker firm in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The company represents well-managed businesses, regardless of their size. It provides a full range of services relating to buying, selling or merging businesses; business financing and valuation; and exit planning. For more information, go to:

Joel Costonis, President & Founder of Advanced Concepts & Engineering, LLC Calls It Like It is: "Total Automation, Total Integration Protocol. An Inevitable Reality"

Joel Costonis, President & Founder of Advanced Concepts & Engineering, LLC Calls It Like It is: “Total Automation, Total Integration Protocol. An Inevitable Reality”

Gorham, ME, July 26, 2017 –(– Through the progress of industry, evolution and technical progress, there are those that follow, those that lead, and then a smaller group; those that define.

Joel Costonis is the President & Founder of Advanced Concepts & Engineering, LLC. [or ACE]. ACE is a company that was founded to overcome the technological deficiencies of the quality control world in the aggregate industry. More specifically, ACE has successfully engineered a line of products that fully automate aggregate testing procedures while fully integrating the source of the raw data with the desired calculated output in user format with no user interaction. Not to mention the fact that all data is available live through the cloud.

“Our Total Integration, Total Automation Protocol is the basis for all we do. The trademarked TITAP [serial # 87140947] is the future. Regardless of your industry, task and/or objective, Total Automation Total Integration is an inevitable reality,” Costonis states.

The important acknowledgement that Costonis makes is that ultimate objective is not to replace technical staff members, but to – in his words – empower them. “By introducing full automation combined with full data integration, our engineering technical staff is far more effective and efficient by being able to proof, confirm, deliver and act on data in a time frame that will reduce the standard by as much as 60%. While most automation equipment is programmed with whatever the required parameters are, or should be, no machine or computer is infallible.

“Indeed, there are companies out there that are producing widgets under 100% automation, but without human eyes or hands over seeing the end results, those are companies that choose quantity over quality.

“In the industry of which my company operates, indeed our products operate in adherence with ASTM standards, I would never suggest that the technician is removed from the equation. When one is using equipment that automates a process, it should be anticipated that there will be considerable gains in both quantity, and quality, by the simple virtue that the operator, technician or engineer now has upwards of 60% of their demanded time free to offer increased diligence on the quality or additional testing.”

He goes on to say, “…the level of importance of the accuracy of the raw production data, the derived data; the time it takes to get said facts, while also needing to get the data to all appropriate locations is crucial. Looking specifically at the aggregate industry, the quality control data needs to be available as fast as possible where even under full automation, there is an estimated 45 minutes, to over an hour lag in the result stream where production rates can exceed 600 tons per hour. Back when I was overseeing production and quality control, the data stream on aggregate testing needed to go back to the quarry, to the asphalt plant, to the road and corporate at the same time and in short order.”

Costonis explains a brief study as relates the hot mix industry, “If my crusher is producing 2,000 gross tons production per hour and a regular test takes 2+ hours, I made 4,000 tons of material without verification of what I produced until I already produced said product. If my hot mix plant produces 600 tons per hour, I sent 1,200 tons through before testing was completed. Is there any logic to that? I don’t think so. Our product line guided by the TITAP reduced testing time by upwards of 60%. At this point, its simple mathematics that show the reduced exposure with full automation and full integration.”

While discussing industry in general, Costonis – who designs all products from Advanced Concepts – offers a strong statement, “…I don’t care what industry you’re in, what you produce, what your production demands are; full automation is here. You’re either adopting automation, or your lack thereof will likely lead to your company’s demise.

“Further compounding the issue, the biggest problem in industry around the world is the fact that over 90% of automation improvements are in the production side of the house. Fantastic, now you can produce 1,000,000 widgets a day, but with a 40% failure rate. Someone please answer me this, at what point in time does the quality control sector get automated and integrated to be able to keep up with the rates of production offered by automated facilities?”

It is clear that Costonis has positioned Advanced Concepts & Engineering to deliver the solution to the aggregate quality control industry through the roll out of his product line, “I can only hope that other industries will adapt. Who knows, we just might be able to offer solutions to other industries should the request arise.”

Neousys Launches Nuvo-6108GC, an Industrial-Grade GPU Platform Incorporating NVIDIA® GPU and Intel® Xeon® Processor

Neousys Launches Nuvo-6108GC, an Industrial-Grade GPU Platform Incorporating NVIDIA GPU and Intel Xeon Processor

New Taipei City, Taiwan, July 26, 2017 –(– Neousys Technology today launched Nuvo-6108GC, the world’s first industrial-grade GPU computer integrating NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 or TITAN X and an Intel® Xeon® processor.

Powered by Intel® Xeon® E3 v5 or 6th Gen Core™ processor with C236 chipset, Nuvo-6108GC supports up to 32GB ECC/ non-ECC DDR4 memory and has rich I/O ports such as Gigabit Ethernet, USB3.0, video ports and serial ports. In addition to the x16 PCIe port for GPU installation, there are two x8 PCIe expansion slots for additional devices or for other application means.

In order to sustain high level GPU performance in industrial environments, Nuvo-6108GC features patented cold air intake design to effectively dissipate heat generated by the graphics card. The unique design guarantees operation at 60℃ with 100% GPU loading and ensures Nuvo-6108GC’s reliability for demanding field use. In addition, Nuvo-6108GC comes with patented shock/ vibration absorption mounting brackets to ensure the system’s smooth operation under harsh environments.

“GPU computing is a popular emerging technology and has been a hot topic in the last five years. Nuvo-6108GC is Neousys’ response to advanced GPU-accelerated computing and is applicable to applications such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, autonomous driving and CUDA computing,” said Chris Ni, product director at Neousys Technology.

For more Nuvo-6108GC information, please visit

About Neousys Technology
Based in Taiwan, Neousys Technology is a provider of fanless embedded computers. We offer high performance and reliable products with innovative design. With an experienced engineering team, application-oriented features are integrated into our embedded systems. Our products serve as ideal solutions for automation, machine vision, in-vehicle, transportation, GPU computing, surveillance and video analytics.

LumberJaxe Offers Charlotte's First Indoor Axe-throwing Bar

Lumberjaxe owner’s Scott and Ashleigh Gadd with their truck/mobile target

CHARLOTTE, N.C.July 26, 2017PRLog — For the first time in Charlotte’s history, an indoor axe throwing bar is going to be opened by Lumberjaxe. They are going to provide the people of Charlotte with an opportunity to escape their worries and relax with friends like never before.

“There is a lot of stress in life. We understand this and that reason is why we are planning to offer Charlotte’s first ever indoor axe throwing bar. You can come to our facility with your friends, or you can simply come alone and make some friends at our facility, and enjoy hours of ultimate fun and excitement. Our unique activity will help you relieve stress and feel reinvigorated. We guarantee you that is the most exciting and adventurous activity in Charlotte. You don’t need to know anything about axe throwing because our coaches will teach you everything to know. Join us and have an experience like never before”, stated the owner of Lumberjaxe, while discussing Charlotte’s First Indoor Axe Throwing Facility.

This indoor axe throwing facility is going to offer both social and competitive axe throwing. For the social aspect, they will offer axe events that allows parties of up to 100 people come throw axes. Additionally, there will be hourly walk-in times that will allow customers to come learn to throw, hone their axe throwing skills, or have impromptu competitions.

Apart from that, what makes this facility even more promising is that the customers will be able to be competitive at a global level. Lumberjaxe is working to partner with the NATF, National Axe Throwing Federation (, to allow the league members to compete against 11 organizations in 4 countries. Therefore, the players would not only get a chance to enjoy the league locally but if they are good at it, they can also compete at the international level and get a chance to be recognized globally.

In the meantime, Lumberjaxe is partnering with businesses around Charlotte with their mobile axe throwing truck this summer, whereas the physical location is opening this Fall 2017 in the Belmont neighborhood, centrally located in Charlotte. They will soon be uploading complete information about each mobile event on social media.

Axe throwing is open to everyone (over 18), “the best part is that we will allow customers to bring beer, wine, and food; though you still must be 21 to drink. So, it is impossible that you will not have fun with us”, stated the owner of Lumberjaxe.

About Lumberjaxe:

Lumberjaxe is Charlotte’s first indoor axe throwing bar offering both social and competitive axe throwing. Lumberjaxe will also offer leagues, private parties, team building/corporate events, and walk-ins.

For more details about Lumberjaxe, please follow:

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