Contour’s Review of Their NewsWatch TV Produced Video

Contour Design’s main niche is developing ergonomic computer mice for those inflicted with carpal tunnel syndrome and other stress related injuries to the hands. The company’s target consumers were to be workers and their employers living in the U.S. that work consistently with computers throughout their work hours. They needed a helping hand towards marketing their new products to the right audience so they could gain a following and generate more sales. Contour Design decidedly chose NewsWatch TV for their ad campaign, and they were very pleased with the end results.

 

The product marketing manager for Contour Design, Bret Hudson, gave his thanks to the NewsWatch TV crew for their great work on their video segment that they had aired to over 95 million households in the United States. He was impressed with the overall quality of the video produced by NewsWatch and revealed that the sales for Contour Design’s new ergonomic workstations have dramatically increased. The online campaign they had done showed the same positive results of drawing in more exposure for the company.

 

NewsWatch TV is a television series with a news format that discusses all of the latest developments relating to health and technology. The TV series first aired in the 1990s and they primarily aired segments on up-to-date financial news. It change its format to cover various topics of interest and companies could now market their new gadgets and services on paid segments. NewsWatch airs on the AMC network and weekly on ION Television.

Reviews & Testimonials

The show has become a popular source for many Fortune 500 companies that needed professional product reviews produced and aired to the general public. In 2012, NewsWatch TV featured a new segment called AppWatch, hosted by Andrew Tropeano. AppWatch showcased and reviewed up-and-coming apps for the iOS, Windows and Android smart devices.

 

Discipline and Determination: How Louis Chenevert Kept United Technologies Corporation Profitable

The performance of the American manufacturing economy was at its low during the postwar era. However, not all firms have been affected. Some companies, like the United Technologies Corporation, have been able to put up brave faces despite the glaring obstacles.

UTC has managed to be on the frontline, owing its success to its creative innovations. Alongside all these innovations, the firm has a record of maintaining a healthy relationship with its employees. Under the management of former CEO Louis Chenevert, the company emphasized its need to have motivated staff in the workplace. As such, they ensure that the employees are treated equitably and also provided with a conducive working environment. UTC has a record of upholding and implementing all environmental rules.

The firm assembles the most advanced jet engines for use by both the military and commercial purposes. It runs the biggest escalator and elevator business. For efficiency purposes, the firm has split itself into units to provide faster and quality machines. The Sikorsky unit provides the highest number of the superior quality helicopter than any other company in the United States. The climate, control and security unit located in Connecticut–the company headquarters–is the leading producer of air conditioning, refrigerators, and fire appliances.

It is evident that the firm has had a long history in the manufacturing sector of the United States. To reach to its current point, it has taken dedication and hard work by all the stakeholders. One of the reasons why investors in this firm are always happy is that they have not missed any dividend payout for the last eighty years.

Louis Chenevert was appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the United Technologies Corporation in 2006. Before his appointment at UTC, he served as the president of the Pratt and Whitney for seven years.

Mr. Chenevert also sits on the Business Roundtable Executive Committee as a member. He chairs the fiscal and tax policy in the roundtable. He has also served on various roles and responsibilities.

See Mr. Chenevert speak here:

Wessex Institute Is Made For All People

When Wessex Institute states that their school is made for all people, they mean it. This does not just mean for people of different nationalities, but this also means people from the farthest parts of world and people of different languages. Wessex Institute has a department that solely exists for people of different lands and languages. This department has over 100 employees, and it is ever growing. Wessex Institute wants to make sure that all people have the chance to experience Wessex for themselves.

When it comes to people from distant lands, Wessex Institute has a couple different programs setup. The first program would be a virtual tour. This tour gets deep into campus life, and it includes interviews with students and teachers, too. The other program would be for individuals from distant lands that want more than a virtual tour. These individuals will have the liberty to visit the campus. This is made possible by a special fund put together by the partners of Wessex Institute. Wessex takes care of the airfare and stay of each individual visit the institute from a distant land.

This service can be reached from any part of the world. Wessex Institute has representatives available that speak every language under the sun. The number of these representatives grows on a weekly basis. All of these representatives are trained in all areas of the institute. This includes the application and financial aid process, too.

Another exceeding benefit for individuals of different languages would be course study fit for them. Whatever they are studying, graduate or post graduate, all of the course materials are made to fir their language. There will also be interpreters available in every class. These interpreters will send their students extra materials on a daily basis. These materials will revolve around the specific subject in question. There will also be other materials to help students further understand the English language as it pertains to their major.