Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Tallwave Awarded with 2019 AZIMA TIM Awards for Exceptional Client Work and Leadership Strength - Associated Press

Tallwave Awarded with 2019 AZIMA TIM Awards for Exceptional Client Work and Leadership Strength - Associated Press

Tallwave Awarded with 2019 AZIMA TIM Awards for Exceptional Client Work and Leadership Strength - Associated Press

Posted: 16 Apr 2019 08:16 AM PDT

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 16, 2019--Tallwave, the business design and innovation company that helps brands transform, design, build and grow new products and services, received two top honors at the Arizona Innovation Marketing Association (AZIMA) ten year anniversary celebration and TIM awards. Named after Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, the man credited as the father of the Internet, the 2019 TIM Awards recognize the best digital marketers in the state. Britni Gallello, Tallwave's senior director of performance marketing, won the award for Interactive Person of the Year, and Tallwave as an organization won the award for Digital Presence Design and Development for its outstanding digital work and results for client Castle Hot Springs.

"We're so proud of Britni, who has exhibited progressive, fresh thinking ever since coming on board with our team," says Jeffrey Pruitt, CEO of Tallwave. "Britni's innovative mindset is regularly noticed and appreciated within our company's walls, and it was exciting to see her talent applauded by such a well-regarded organization as AZIMA as well. We also were thrilled to get company-wide recognition for our collective work for Castle Hot Springs. From our perspective, the best awards are those that demonstrate the results we've gotten for our clients, and that's what this was all about. We thank you for the honors, AZIMA."

Tallwave's work for client Castle Hot Springs stood out from the rest of the award applicants due to its excellent website design and development. In addition to the website, the agency also created the entire digital presence for Castle Hot Springs, including the branding, logos, colors, and brand voice, all while applying SEO best practices throughout. This resulted in the site going from zero sessions per week to six thousand over the past 12 months.

For more information about the AZIMA TIM awards, please visit https://joinazima.org/events/2019-tim-awards/.

About Tallwave

Tallwave is a business design and innovation firm that helps companies of all sizes build great products and services and take them to market successfully. Tallwave provides a full suite of solutions including business strategy, design, brand, digital marketing and software development services that are laser-focused on execution and building amazing customer experiences. Tallwave is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. Learn more at tallwave.com.

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Coffee & Tea Manufacturing - 2019 US Market Research Report - ResearchAndMarkets.com - Associated Press

Posted: 16 Apr 2019 10:25 AM PDT

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 16, 2019--The "Coffee and Tea Manufacturing - The 2019 U.S. Market Research Report" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The 2019 Coffee and Tea Manufacturing Market Research Report is an in-depth evaluation of the industry in the United States.

The report is based on extensive and comprehensive business surveys. This report is utilized for a range of strategic purposes, including benchmarking, due diligence, cost cutting, planning, evaluating opportunities, forecasting, streamlining, and gap analysis.

The report includes over 100 insightful data sets, such historical and forecasted industry sales, operating expense details, product line breakdown, financial ratios, benchmarks, wages, profitability, organizational analysis, revenue per employee, state statistics, price inflation, consolidation analysis, firm dynamics, pay ranges for different roles, firm size data, employment, and much more.

This industry includes companies primarily engaged in one or more of the following:

(1) roasting coffee;

(2) manufacturing coffee and tea concentrates (including instant and freeze-dried);

(3) blending tea;

(4) manufacturing herbal tea; and (5) manufacturing coffee extracts, flavorings, and syrups.



In 2018, industry sales were $15.2 billion

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Over the past 3 years, the industry has grown at an annual rate of 2.3%

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There are 642 companies in the industry

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In 2018, the average sales per company was $23.6 million

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2019 forecasted inflation is 0.3%

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Companies average a Fixed Asset Turnover ratio of 3

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Employee productivity is $783,571

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1.1% of expenses are spent on health insurance

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In 2018, industry operating expenses grew 0.4%

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In 2018, payroll per employee was $62,145

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California averages $44,377 in payroll per employee

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4.7% of employees in the industry are in management positions

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The average industry hourly pay for office and administrative jobs is $19.21

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The above highlights represent a small fraction of what you will find in this report.

Key Topics Covered

Page 1-2 - Report Overview

Page 3 - Industry Overview

  • Methodology
  • Industry Definition & Examples

Page 4 - Industry Snapshot - Revenue & Growth

Page 5 - Industry Snapshot - Costs & Profitability

Section One


Page 7 - Industry Growth Details

  • Industry Revenues
  • Firms
  • Establishments
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 8 - Growth Benchmarks

  • Revenues per Firm
  • Revenues per Establishment
  • Establishments per Firm
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 9 - Breakdown of Product Lines

  • Percentage of Revenue from Product Lines

Page 10 - Product Line Growth

  • 4 Year CAGR

Page 11 - Manufacturing Subsector Growth

  • Sales and 5 Year CAGR

Page 12 - Income vs. Revenue Growth Matrix

  • Service Subsectors vs. Industry

Page 13 - Sales per Capita by State

  • Sales per Capita and State Rankings

Page 14 - Sales as a Percent of Income by State

  • Sales as a % of Income and State Rankings

Page 15 - Sales per Establishment by State

  • Sales per Establishment and State Rankings

Page 16 - Pricing & Inflation

  • Annual Inflation - Indexed to 2006
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years
  • Monthly Inflation Figures for the Past 4 Years

Page 17 - Consolidation Analysis

  • Number of Firms by Size of Firm
  • Number of Establishments by Size of Firm
  • Establishments per Firm by Size of Firm
  • 2012 versus 2018

Page 18 - Employment by Firm Size

  • Number of Employees by Firm Size
  • Employees per Firm by Size of Firm
  • Employees per Establishment by Size of Firm
  • 2012 versus 2018

Page 19 - Manufacturing Subsector Consolidation Analysis

  • Number of Firms
  • Number of Establishments
  • 5 Year CAGR

Page 20 - Manufacturing Subsector Consolidation Analysis

  • Establishments per Firm
  • Employees per Firm
  • 5 Year CAGR

Section Two


Page 22 - Profitability & Financial Ratio Analysis

  • Percent of Companies that are Profitable
  • Average Net Income as a Percent of Revenue
  • Financial Ratios - 10 ratios, such as Total Asset

Turnover, Assets to Liabilities, Return on Net Worth, Solvency Ratio

Page 23 - Operating Expenses

  • Industry Operating Expenses
  • Industry Revenue vs. Operating Expense Growth
  • Operating Expense as a Percent of Revenue
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 24 - Operating Expenses by Firm & Establishment

  • Operating Expenses per Firm
  • Operating Expenses per Establishment
  • Revenue vs. Expenses Growth per Establishment
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 25 - Operating Expense Detail

  • Employee Expenses
  • Property Expenses
  • Equipment Expenses
  • IT Expenses
  • Inventory Handling & Supplies Expenses
  • Miscellaneous Expenses

Page 26 - Productivity & Industry Employment

  • Revenue per Employee
  • Total Industry Employees
  • Employees per Firm
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 27 - Employee Productivity by State

  • Revenue per Employee and State Rankings

Page 28 - Industry Payroll

  • Payroll per Employee
  • Payroll per Firm
  • Payroll per Establishment
  • 2010-2018 Historical Figures
  • Forecasts 2019 and the Next 5 Years

Page 29 - Payroll by Size of Firm

  • Payroll per Firm
  • Payroll per Establishment
  • Payroll per Employee
  • 2012 versus 2018

Page 30 - Payroll per Employee by State

  • Payroll per Employee and State Rankings

Page 31 - Job Categorization Benchmarks

  • Management & Finance
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Technology, Engineering, Science
  • Service, Support & Training
  • Operations
  • Percent of Industry Employees

Page 32 - Job Categorization Pay Ranges

  • Management & Finance
  • Sales, Service & Marketing
  • Operations
  • Pay Bands - Bottom 10% & 25%, Mean, Top 25% & 10%

Page 33 - Top 20 Jobs Breakdown

  • Percent of Total Employees

Page 34 - Top 20 Jobs Pay

  • Pay Bands - Bottom 10% & 25%, Mean, Top 25% & 10%

Page 35 - Total Employment by State

  • Number of Employees and State Rankings

Page 36 - Population to Every Employee by State

  • Number of Residents to Industry Employee
  • State Rankings

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Related Topics:Hot Drinks,Tea,Coffee



SOURCE: Research and Markets

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Bob Saget Enlists Ray Romano, Ken Jeong, John Stamos and a Secret Comedy Star for Scleroderma Research Foundation's Fundraiser Cool Comedy - Hot Cuisine - Associated Press

Posted: 11 Apr 2019 05:48 AM PDT

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 11, 2019--Bob Saget, a tireless voice in the fight against Scleroderma, an often-fatal disease that took his sister's life, brings some of his funniest friends together for an unforgettable night of comedy at Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine, Thursday, April 25 at the Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire. Saget will be joined by pals Ken Jeong, Ray Romano, John Stamos, and a very special comedy star at the signature event. The Hot Cuisine part of the night will feature a Latin inspired multi course culinary extravaganza from celebrity chefs and restaurateurs, Susan Feniger, an SRF Board Member, and business partner, Mary Sue Milliken (Food Network's Too Hot Tamales and Bravo's Top Chef Masters ).

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Also attending will be Norman Lear (icon), Candace Cameron-Bure, Jodie Sweetin, Adam Hagenbuch and John Brotherton ( Fuller House ), Kevin Connolly ( Entourage ) Doug Ellin ( Entourage ) Seth Green ( Robot Chicken ) Peri Gilpin ( Fraiser ), Jonathan Silverman ( Weekend at Bernie's) with more TBA.

"The night is about finding a cure. All of our money goes right to research. The evening will have the best four course meal, the best wines, and the best talent you can have. We have raised over $48 million over the last 32 years through Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine, " says Bob Saget.

Since its founding in 1987 by patient and advocate Sharon Monsky, the Scleroderma Research Foundation has raised over $48 million which has gone directly to scleroderma research. The Scleroderma Research Foundation has taken a collaborative approach to research, bringing together some of the brightest minds in science to unravel the mystery of this complex autoimmune disease. As best put by Monsky: "I establish[ed] an organization that would bring the best of science and technology together in an effort to discover better treatments and a cure for people everywhere living with scleroderma." Sharon lost her battle to the disease in 2002, but her vision lives on today.

Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine celebrates the incredible accomplishments of the Scleroderma Research Foundation – America's first and leading nonprofit investor in medical research – to find improved therapies and a cure for people living with scleroderma. The success of Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine events held in Los Angeles and New York has raised considerable awareness for scleroderma and enabled the SRF to fund innovative research bringing hope and helping to improve the quality of life for patients suffering from this debilitating disease.

Individual tickets for Cool Comedy – Hot Cuisine start at $500, with tiered tables starting at $5,000. All money raised will benefit scleroderma research, and more information about the event, including how to purchase tickets or tables, can be found at srfcchc.org.

About Scleroderma and the Scleroderma Research Foundation:

The word scleroderma literally means "hard skin," but the disease typically does much more than that, often affecting the internal organs with life-threatening consequences. In some cases, the joints and muscles are affected, resulting in severe pain and limited mobility. Vascular damage due to scleroderma can result in loss of fingers, toes and entire limbs. The symptoms and severity of scleroderma vary from one patient to another, and the course of the disease is often unpredictable. The disease usually effects women–who represent four out of every five patients–between the ages of 30 and 50; however, children and men of all ages and across all ethnic boundaries can also be affected.

Today, there is still no cure for scleroderma. Treatments are available for some–though not all–of the most serious complications. However, with a research program led by a world-class Scientific Advisory Board, the SRF is providing new hope for patients. The continued success of the Scleroderma Research Foundation is entirely dependent upon charitable gifts from individuals and corporations.

Chaired by Dr. Luke Evnin, managing partner of MPM Capital and dedicated investor in life sciences, the Foundation is enabling scientists from leading institutions across the nation and around the world to work together and develop an understanding of how the disease begins, progresses, and what can be done to slow, halt or reverse the disease process. For more information, call +1 (415) 834 9444 or visit www.srfcure.org.

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SOURCE: Scleroderma Research Foundation

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