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From the luxury high rises of New York City to the seasonal condominium units in sunny Florida, residential condominiums dominate many areas of the U.S. The New York Times called 2015 the “Year of the Condo in New York City,” estimating at least 6,500 new condominium units across more than 100 buildings in that year…

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Five webinars with two thousand attendees in six months! That’s a lot of people interested in developing skills such as communication, writing and effective presentations. In our fast-paced, technological world, people skills (often referred to as “soft skills”) that are so critical to professional and personal growth are lacking and are in high demand. That’s…

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Fundraising. Fundraising. Fundraising. A critical component to every nonprofit organization’s mission is ensuring both their short and long-term financial stability. With increasing competition for donor funds and changes in government grant programs, nonprofits are constantly looking for new ways to fund their operations and secure their financial futures. Online and mobile giving is a new…

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As technology continues to develop and dominate the world of business, many are under the incorrect assumption that we will one day sit back and watch machines do all of the jobs humans once performed. While computers and programs assist with making processes faster and more efficient, one thing is certain: they can never completely…

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“Pharma bro” Martin Shkreli, previous CEO of the companies Retrophin and Turing Pharmaceuticals, has been in the news lately for jacking up the price of an AIDS treatment by more than 5,000 percent. He has since been arrested for allegations of securities fraud related to his time as CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals. As if that…

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As one of our favorite cartoon characters, Snoopy, painfully concluded after several attempts to compose a sentence, “Writing is hard!” We’ve all experienced the frustration of trying to put into words what’s in our head, but investing in developing your writing skills has a big payoff. Here are some reasons why. Good writing saves time….

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Art galleries periodically hold wine and cheese openings to feature new artists. Social service organizations hold multiple fundraising “beef and beer” events to promote their cause and gain new recruits. Condominium associations hold regular board meetings followed by a wine reception. Many businesses and nonprofit organizations that are not in the “liquor business” use these…

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With over 28 million residential real estate investors in the marketplace, identifying property and liability loss exposures in a residential property can be the difference between a successful and devastating financial year. Landlords and renters are each susceptible to different types of loss exposures, and the first step to protect themselves should be obtaining the…

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