Silicon Valley Institute, Best Class Clinic for Female Hair Transplant, Announces New 'Before and After' Page for Women

Hair Transplantation in the San Francisco Bay Area

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a cutting-edge clinic for female hair transplants in the Bay Area, announces a new before-and-after page for women.

Women's hair loss is not the same as men's. We believe a page centered around their experiences may be helpful to the community.”

— Miguel Canales, MD

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 / — Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a highly-rated Bay Area hair transplantation clinic at, is proud to announce a new page focused on women's hair loss treatments. The newly released before-and-after photos of women's hair restoration including hairline treatments are available to review.

"Women's hair loss is not the same as men's. We believe a page centered around their experiences may be helpful to the community," explained Miguel Canales, MD. "Photos show our female patients before and after their hair loss treatments so the public can see the results for themselves."
The public can review the new "before and after" page focused on female hairline restoration at Hair loss for women could present differently than it does for men. Thinner, more brittle hair could be signs of female hair loss instead of a typical "receding" hairline found in men. A top clinic focused on female hair transplant support in the Bay Area can help residents review options. Treatments for women can include the following: robotic hair transplant surgery, light therapy, and supplement protocols. The clinic serves both women and men prepared to address hair loss issues. Bay Area residents can review the clinic's "before and after" page for men at Those looking for skin care issues are encouraged to visit the sister website at


Here is the background on this release. Baldness may be a common issue for men living in the San Francisco area. However, women struggling with thinning hair confront unique problems. Confusion over how to manage the problem and a loss of confidence could result from thinning hair in women. For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute announces a new women-centered page of "before and after" examples of hair loss treatments, especially for hair line issues. Female hair loss can present as a widening part and all-over thinner hair. Treatments may include hair transplantation, nutritional protocols, and micro-pigmentation. A state-of-the-art clinic helps focus the spotlight on female hair transplant services in the Bay Area.


Silicon Valley Hair Institute (, under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Dr. Miguel Canales – is one of the best robotic hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Canales provides both the FUT (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant at and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction at procedures. Dr. Canales is a top-rated hair transplant specialist for Bay Area residents. The Silicon Valley Hair Institute specializes in hair loss and hair restoration needs in San Francisco, San Jose, and the Silicon Valley Peninsula (Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Menlo-Atherton, Redwood City, and beyond.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.

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Plucker is pleased to announce the launch of online food delivery services via their app

Stevenson Michael Joseph

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Plucker takes immense pride in sharing that they are the first black-owned food delivery service in New York

NEW YORK, USA, August 1, 2021 / — Plucker started off as a food and grocery delivery service but now Plucker is the first black owed app to deliver anything customers need to their doorstep. Food, grocery, medicine, laundry, water, and much more. there is a section on the app that says The black market which is for black-owned businesses in the community. The founder and CEO Stevenson Michael Joseph wanted to make a difference across the nation. Plucker stands for People Love Unity Culture Kindness Embrace Relationships.

In 2019, Stevenson aspired to launch Plucker, planned and positioned himself properly to have the foundations for launching Dec 2020. After months of learning the codes, taking classes, and financial planning, Plucker LLC was launched in Dec 2020! Once launched, the heavy volume and orders caused the app to crash. This was one of the few obstacles Plucker faced. Pushing through the payment system crash, app crash, Stevenson learned a better coding system to withstand the increasing volume of plucker customers and team.

Just starting, over 30 restaurants and local businesses joined Plucker LLC, originally named Pluckershop. Although Plucker LLC had many orders, we had a lack of drivers. Because of the volume of stores and customer orders, Plucker is always hiring more drivers. During a slow drop in sales for a couple of months, Stevenson had to keep motivated by planning other ways to keep Plucker going. Figuring out the needs for the community and what we lacked, how Plucker can be here to make a difference. A few months went by and Stevenson expanded Plucker to deliver anything to customers' doorstep. Food, groceries, laundry, medicine, and more. Stevenson did all the planning, researching, funding, and goal setting for Plucker.

In June 2021 Plucker have launched their own social media platform called Pluck a black-owned social media platform that rivals Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

In July 2021 Stevenson Michael Joseph launched another app called Plucker Cab. Plucker cab gives cheap affordable rides to the black community, it offers different types of cab variations to choose from such as Plucker Green, Plucker Yellow, and Plucker Black.

What I stand for is something beyond Justice, I stand for those who were told no, I stand for those who were told they can’t make it anywhere because of the color of their skin. I stand for the impossible because I’m possible. I stand for those in the black community who think giving up is an option. I don’t care what people think or say about me or Plucker. I care about the difference Plucker makes in this world. Changing the lives of people across the world. My dreams will be realized and known throughout time and space.

PluckerApp is the new food delivery service on the block. The app can be downloaded via Google Play and App Store for Android and iOS devices respectively. The app allows users to find their favorite restaurant with just a click of a button and get their desired dish delivered in just a few minutes.

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Blockchain Algorithms To Release Another £10 Million Bond For 2021

Martin Lewis Gives The Thumbs Up On The Blockchain Algorithms Bond

Blockchain Algorithms To Another £15 Million Bond After A Hugh Influx Of Clients Invest Over £22 Million in 2020…

Blockchain Algorithms allow their clients to experience a low risk, high reward scenario which means this is one of the safest alternative investments going into a testing time for the United Kingdom.”

— Martin Lewis (Money Saving Expert)

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, August 1, 2021 / — Blockchain Algorithms originally hit the market in 2016 and issued bonds paying 12 – 20% per year (depending on the amount invested). They have now just released another £10 million bond after a hugh influx of clients invest over £22 million in 2020.

The software based investment company have experienced unprecedented growth over the past 24 months and it shows no sign of slowing down in 2021.

Blockchain Algorithms and their algorithm "Algol442" have produced returns averaging 39% per year over the last decade in the United Kingdom.

In 2019 the company valued the algorithm at £35.1 million.

Blockchain Algorithms allow their clients to experience a low risk, high reward scenario which means this is one of the safest alternative investments going into a testing time for the United Kingdom.

We can also confirm that Blockchain Algorithms is the only company of it's kind to be accepting cryptocurrency in the United Kingdom.

Martin Lewis has given the green light on this bond below…

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Blockchain Algorithms
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Investing in our future: Three N.J. young men honored for their academic success by community foundation and Brian Agnew

ESSEX COUNTY, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 / — The Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Fund, Inc. has awarded scholarships to the winners of the Marion B. Frederick Scholarship. The scholarship program is aimed at male students that excel academically and are also passionate about volunteering and community service. This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating, African-American, male who attends high school in Essex County, NJ.

Typically, one recipient is awarded this scholarship, however, this year the foundation has extended the winnings to include two additional scholarships. All recipients are African American young men, with stellar GPA's, a long history of community service and a deep commitment to academic success. The Marion B. Frederick Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 was awarded to Johnnie Brooker (Saint Peter's Preparatory School, Jersey City –East Orange, NJ resident) and Nolan Lee (Columbia High School, Maplewood, NJ). Additionally, the Marion B. Frederick Book Award in the amount of $500 was awarded to Prince W. Appiah (Eagle Academy for Young Men of Newark, NJ).

The Foundation has committed itself to investing in young people at all levels. At the heart of everything we do as men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is our commitment to improving the educational performance, self-confidence and life experiences of young black men," said Mark J. Hassell, Chairman of Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation. When we award our scholarships, it is more than just providing financial assistance to young men, it is a tangible representation of our belief in their abilities and our commitment to helping them achieve future success," he added.

“Winning this scholarship was an incredible honor and I hope this will be an example for other young men to see the impact of hard work, dedication and perseverance”, said Johnnie Brooker who will attend Marquette University majoring in Journalism and Political Science this Fall.

“The Marion B. Frederick scholarship relieves some of the stress that I felt because of the increasing costs of pursing a college degree”, said recipient Nolan Lee. “I am grateful to the Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha, Dr. Brian Agnew and Mr. Mark Hassell for stepping up and serving as role models for me to look up to”. Lee also expressed a great deal of excitement as he packs and prepares for his freshman year at Hampton University, majoring in Biology.

Through the generous support of the members of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, combined with invaluable community support, the Foundation has been able to provide more than $200,000 in valuable programming and financial resources to local students at the middle school, high school and college levels, to support their efforts and encourage them to pursue higher education.
Given the recent public impact of social, cultural and health-related events, it reiterates the importance of our commitment to the academic success of young men, particularly of color, throughout our communities”, said Brian D. Agnew, Scholarship Chair.
A third Essex County resident, Prince Appiah received the Marion B. Frederick Book Award to assist with expenses at Davidson College in North Carolina, where he intends to major in Biology and Public Health.

“This is a labor of love and words will never do justice to the fulfillment our Board and donors get in knowing we have played a small role in the growth and development of our next generation of leaders. Through this engagement we have planted the seeds in future lawyers, community activists, doctors, college / university educators, and the next wave of elected officials," added Agnew.

About The Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation

The foundation was founded in 1986 by a group of men who were members of the Alpha Alpha Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., who recognized the need to support African-American youth by providing scholarships to the Greater Essex County community.
The mission of the Alpha Alpha Lambda Scholarship and Educational Foundation is to promote, enlighten and advance the educational opportunities for minority men in Essex County, NJ. In addition to the Marion B. Frederick Scholarship, the AAL Scholarship and Educational Foundation also awards other scholarships, such as the Sydney Johnson and Arthur Williams Scholarship, awarded to two (2) Essex County College students who study science, technology, engineering and mathematics; and the Bro. Michael Muchioki Memorial Scholarship, given in memory of journalist Michael Muchioki to a high-performing undergraduate, member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.

About the Scholarship Chair

Brian D. Agnew is the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner of Sphinx Minerva Group. This boutique leadership and management consulting firm provides support to for-profit and non-profit organizations. As an experienced leader in campaign planning, the economics of higher education, crisis management, and diversity and inclusion efforts, Dr. Agnew has held a variety of leadership positions. Throughout his career, he has been fortunate to lead dynamic teams of fundraising, communications, and finance professionals to unprecedented success, raising more than $100 million to enrich the experience, access, and quality of higher education and patient care across the nation. Dr. Agnew has received many awards and recognitions for his work, most notably he has been named among Diversity MBA Magazine’s Top 100 Executives Under 50, received the NAACP W.E.B. DuBois Leadership Award, and was named an NJ Biz 2019 Forty Under 40 Award Winner.

To make a donation or for more information about the various scholarship programs, or to support Essex County youth, please visit

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Market Now
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Sheraz Khan of Longueuil and Brossard QC is helping boost trade industry workforce with specialized home construction

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Sheraz Khan is a well-known and renowned Canadian construction expert

When we build, we always think of how to help the elderly have the highest quality of life through safety and ease.”

— Sheraz Khan

LONGUEUIL, QUEBEC, CANADA, July 31, 2021 / — Sheraz Khan is a well-known and renowned Canadian construction expert. Sheraz graduated from Concordia University in Montréal, Québec, Canada, with a bachelor's degree in engineering.

Sheraz Khan, who is originally from Longueuil, has helped boost trade industry workforce with specialized home construction projects. These projects were specifically made to suit the needs of disabled or elderly people.

Sheraz started his career by working for Lafarge Cement Canada's Montreal Research Facility, in which he maintained safety testing for gears and performed technical evaluations for this kind of machineries, along with other duties related to his degree's expertise.
Sheraz also tutored, which gave him the opportunity to put his math, physics, and engineering abilities to better use through instructing and empowering secondary school students, but also evaluating and reviewing their progress with both children and parents. He also handled real estate investing, acquisition, renovation, and resale on Montreal's south side. Mr. Khan was previously in charge of a wide range of responsibilities, comprising construction, architecture, management, engineering, and implementation, as well as laws and regulations. He was even in charge of the estate rental process, which included managing, preserving, and revamping it. Sheraz Khan, on the other hand, was formerly employed as a real estate agent. Sheraz's responsibilities included facilitating everyday property investment activities, overseeing all aspects of properties from small apartments to large apartment complexes, and managing rents, which included everything from locating homeowners to establishing guidelines and performing evictions. He needed to market the homes to make up for any deficiencies, but also inspect the estate and check for any issues.

Sheraz Khan spent a significant amount of time learning a wide range of applications and tools, including MS Office and Photoshop, C++, Matlab, ANYSIS, AutoCAD, CATIA and Solid Works, and Labview, in order to complete all of the duties and obligations he was given.

This Longueuil-born Sheraz co-owns a construction advisors' business with his colleague Richard Keith Lenon, in addition to his own professions.
Now back to Sheraz’s specialized home construction projects, the work he put into it proved to revolutionize the field. For starters, Sheraz made a plan he was thinking of for a while, and then set it into motion. Basically, this plan was for him to make specialized homes with specific requirements and modifications that would suit the elderly and disabled’s specific needs. The idea that he came up with consists of, first of all, making modifications to the homes’ plans in order to make the general structure more suitable to the elderly’s walking aid and/or equipment. Sheraz also included specific setups for wheelchairs in case the client uses one. After that, Sheraz went on to decide on the kind of materials that would be used in the houses. For example, the floor is not supposed to be too hard so as to reduce the impact it might have on its elderly owners in case of fall or any other similar accident.

The modifications and material used included way more than just that. As we all know, many elderly people start to develop back problems starting from a certain age, which is why it becomes harder for them to reach anything that is too high or too low. To solve that problem, Mr. Khan put plans to make all the needed cupboards and dressing tables reachable by modifying the general height of all built-in equipment in the house. In a way, that would, for example, even be useful for people with special needs that are unable to reach high areas of the house since that would reduce both the physical and psychological strain that they might develop.

While thinking of the elderly, Mr. Khan also thought about the visual problems they start developing, which is why he made plans to integrate a special type of lighting in the house. Since vision declines after a certain age, Sheraz made sure to integrate a special lighting in the walls all over the house. This lighting system he integrated is made specifically to reduce glare while providing enough light for people to safely perceive their surroundings. In a way, that lighting system is similar to fluorescent but with more practicality since the targeted users are supposedly having less visual acuity than normal. In fact, this was also made to suit the needs of even people with severely bad eyesight since it would enable them to perceive their surroundings to a significantly higher extent than they can in dim light or with usual lighting.

Other than these very specific modifications, other simpler ones were made to help and protect the inhabitants of the house, and these include getting rubber grips for faucets to avoid injuries, installing grab bars in the bathrooms to help reduce slipping chances, and even installing smart lock systems, since this would help improve the residents’ sense of safety especially with their reduced mobility, and it would also, at the same time, enable the residents’ caretakers to be able to keep a watchful eye on them especially if the residents suffer from diseases like Alzheimer’ which might put the residents at risk if not cared enough for.

On top of these modifications, a built-in system to get access to all kinds of support and/or medical help is installed into all these houses. In a way, it is a form of system that would enable the residents to get access to any help they might need which, in case of emergency, might even be able to improve survivability of the residents. Basically, this system, along with the other modifications, would also make the elderly and disabled residents feel safer and more at ease despite any kind of impairment that they might have due to age, sickness, or any other reason.

So far, this project has received positive reviews and feedback which is why Mr. Sheraz Khan is quite excited about what the future is holding for this project and the further updates he is going to involve in the making of future versions of it.

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Living A Better Story Launches 77Pray – Grow Closer to God


Grow Closer to God

Today, Living A Better Story, Inc. announced the launch of 77Pray, a mobile application available on Android or Apple, to help people grow closer to God

In March, a group of 12 gathered… for the first Living A Better Story Intensive. In addition to a lot of transformation that occurred there for all of us… the 77Pray mobile application was born”

— Rich Blakeman

HIGHLANDS RANCH, CO, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 / — Today, Living A Better Story, Inc. announced the launch of 77Pray, a mobile application available on Android or Apple, to help people grow closer to God

77Pray was named after a very popular verse in the bible – Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye. shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you, Matthew 7:7. And to learn more about why it was created, visit

According to Rich Blakeman, Co-Founder of Living A Better Story, "In early March, a group of 12 of us gathered in a small town near Powder Mountain, Utah for the first Living A Better Story Intensive. In addition to a lot of transformation that occurred there for all of us, we helped one of our graduates raise nearly $10,000 to pay off student debt, and the 77Pray mobile application was born."

Since the first Living A Better Story event (, we've had over 50 guests on the Living A Better Story podcast to answer these (and more questions): What was your passion when you were younger? How does that relate to the kind of work you do today? What challenges have you faced in life (that you are comfortable sharing on the podcast), and how did they become a gift later in life? What role does faith play in your journey?

About 77Pray: 77Pray was purpose built to help you grow closer to God. Have you hit a plateau in life? Do you feel like no matter what you do, you just aren’t where you want to be? Feel like you are not connected to your God given purpose for your life? This program is for you.

Maybe you’ve attended mindset retreats, or read the latest self-help book, or burned your hard-earned cash for courses that promised to teach you the secret to success. Yet, you still fail to make any real progress. Why?

Here’s the real secret. God is the key. If you haven’t been purposeful about creating a relationship with God to talk to him and listen to the casual reply, then what are you waiting for.

About Living A Better Story: Living A Better Story is a 501c3 non-profit purpose built to help it's attendees complete their past and tell the truth about their current reality so that they can live a better story. At Living A Better Story, we have seen over and over again that by creating a relationship with God, and following his purpose for your life, we can indeed live a better story.

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GoalSetters Introduces Inspirational Entrepreneur Stories

GoalSetters Image Of Founders Dee Bright Jr & Jerold Lee Jr

GoalSetters Image Of Founders Dee Bright Jr & Jerold Lee Jr

Stories That Highlight The Entrepreneurial Journey

TAMPA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2021 / — Entrepreneurship is not always an easy journey. As more & more individuals leave Corporate America to pursue their dreams and start their own businesses, many find themselves overwhelmed by the early struggles and bumps in the road.

Without the proper support system, these early struggles have caused new entrepreneurs to lose hope and quit the businesses that they once were so eager and excited to start.

The founders of GoalSetters, Dee Bright Jr and Jerold Lee Jr, made a decision to start showcasing entrepreneur success stories on their newly launched platform, GoalSetters, with the goal of bringing inspiration and motivation to those thinking of giving up.

The success stories featured on the official GoalSetters website highlight the ups and downs that many entrepreneurs encounter as well as how these individuals overcame their own struggles.

Stories like these help to motivate others that may be experiencing similar challenges and seeing how others have gotten through it can create the necessary motivation needed to continue pushing forward.

Dee & Jerold's aim is to interview and bring exposure to the stories behind the successful businesses of every day entrepreneurs while helping to motivate struggling and new entrepreneurs in the process.

There are always more stories to tell and as such GoalSetters is seeking more entrepreneurs that are willing to come forward and share their story with the world.

To tell your story visit the official GoalSetters website and contact us today.

Dee Bright Jr
GoalSetters International
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Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) Dare to Overcome

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) and Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen

Dare to Overcome

Dare to Overcome

2021 Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award Finalists

2021 Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award Finalists

BYU Marriot School of Business and Wabash College support the Dare to Overcome (DTO) global initiative by providing top students as DTO Corporate Liaisons.

Jade Romano (BYU Marriott School of Business) & Drew Fleming (Wabash College) have been sponsored by their schools to help make Dare to Overcome happen. They're role models for the rising generation!”

— Dr. Brian Grim, President, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation

WASHINGTON DC, TOKYO, July 31, 2021 / — BYU Marriot School of Business student Jade Romano and Wabash College student Drew Flemming are having the opportunity of a lifetime as corporate liaisons for the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s Dare to Overcome global initiative.

Jade is from Boston, Massachusetts, and is studying Marketing at the Marriott School, and Drew grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, before attending Wabash where he majors in Religion with a minor in Political Science.

“The opportunity for Jade Romero to intern with the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation has been excellent,” said BYU Marriott Dean Brigitte Madrian. “Jade is a marketing major, and the experiences she is having as the Fortune 500 corporate liaison for the Dare to Overcome initiative are invaluable as she prepares for her future as a leader in both her professional and personal life. She has mentioned what a profound influence this amazing internship has already had on her. We’re grateful that the foundation worked with our summer experience program to provide this opportunity to help Jade gain such a meaningful and quality experience.”

“I was excited to hear that Drew is working this summer on RFBF’s ‘Dare to Overcome’ initiative,” said Wabash President Scott Feller. “Drew’s internship is supported by our new Wabash Public Policy Project, which provides our liberal-arts students opportunities to learn about the wide variety of nonprofits and civil society organizations doing important work in that sector. As Wabash continues to promote lifelong learning and civil discourse, our engaged students like Drew will graduate as informed and active citizens, ready to serve others.”

Dare to Overcome (DTO) is the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s global intersectionality conference, highlighting the ways diverse communities support and reinforce one another to build more inclusive workplaces and peaceful societies. Each day focuses on a different theme:

– Aug. 22: Social Justice, Equity and Religious Non-discrimination

– Aug. 23: Intersectionality Between Faith & Abilities Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

– Aug. 24: Business for Interfaith Understanding, Peace & Inclusion

DTO is the global convening point for faith-and-belief employee resource groups (ERGs). Members of these ERGs will gather virtually in support of their colleagues around the world and share best practices.

The United Nations Global Compact and the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation are collaborators for DTO’s signature initiative, the Global Business & Interfaith Peace Award. Main sponsors include American Airlines and the Templeton Religion Trust.

DTO is held in the host city of the Paralympic Games: Rio 2016, Seoul/PyeongChang 2018, Tokyo 2021, as well as virtually due to the pandemic.

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Dare to Overcome – a gathering place for Corporate Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

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KLAIM Announces First of Its Kind Financing Solution For Medical Claims in the UAE

First of its Kind Financing Solution For Medical Claims in the UAE

DUBAI, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, July 31, 2021 / — KLAIM, a healthcare technology platform dedicated to making medical claim management simple and hassle-free, has just launched its new medical financing solution for the UAE market. Designed specifically for healthcare providers, this is the first-ever solution of its kind in the entire MENA region.

Rejections and delayed payments from insurance companies have always been a grave concern for healthcare providers in the UAE. Payments worth millions of dirhams remain held up and it takes up to six months to be cleared. Naturally, these delays lead to serious disruption in cash flow for healthcare providers. This is where the new financing solution from KLAIM comes in.

KLAIM healthcare receivables purchase is a financial plan that solves cash flow hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and laboratories problems resulting from outstanding insurance receivables. Thanks to advanced Healthcare analytics, the solution introduced by KLAIM allows healthcare providers to receive upfront payments for their claims within 48 hours, without waiting for their insurance companies to pay them. The company has already signed an agreement with Doctors Clinic and Diagnostic Center (DCDC) in Healthcare City to solve their medical claim payment issues and in several advanced discussions since the service was launched at the beginning of July.

“We identified that delay in the payments was a big problem when it comes to billing and payments. Traditionally banks have shied away from financing smaller institutions. We came up with this innovative solution that combines technology and finance for healthcare, to help the provider, especially the smaller ones, to keep the lights on and operate to offer the best service,” said Karim Dakki, Founder and CEO of KLAIM.

KLAIM’s new client Doctor Clinic and Diagnostic Center (DCDC) is a noted healthcare provider delivering world-class patient care and diagnostic services… Like many other healthcare providers in the region, DCDC was in a tight spot because of payment delays by insurance companies. It affected their performance as lots of time was lost following up on payments. A robust solution to this problem was essential for them to focus entirely on providing quality healthcare services.

“Solving this issue of delay in insurance payments will help us concentrate on our medical service; improve our service quality and daily performance of the customer care. At the same time, our staff will be paid on time and we will be able to concentrate more on our main business, which is medical service,” said Dr. Ahmad, the owner of the clinic DCDC.

“There is a big demand for this service in the medical field and it will help many clinics to succeed, survive, and improve at the same time. I'm sure that this will also have a significant positive impact on the entire medical service sector in Dubai,” Dr. Ahmad added.

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FVP 트레이드의 조나단 그린, 2021년의 최고경영자상 수상

나 자신에게 이 상은 매우 큰 영광이며 이 상을 우리 팀과 FVP 트레이드의 모든 사람들에게 바치고 싶다.”

— Mr Jonathan Greene CEO

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, July 31, 2021 / — FVP 트레이드의 조나단 그린은 월간 CEO 매거진의 2021 최고경영자로 선정되었다.

그는 그 수상을 예상하지 못했지만, 지난 몇 년 동안 그와 함께 일했던 동료들에게는 전혀 놀라운 일이 아니 었다.

FVP의 인사팀 책임자인 Stacey Wright는 “Greene을 만나 정말 기쁘다. 그가 회사에 온 이후로 그가 직장에 가져다주는 분위기와 에너지는 항상 놀라웠다! 그는 항상 사무실에 가장 먼저 출근하는 사람중 한 명이며 또 한 마지막까지 사무실에 남아 있는 사람이기도 했다. 그의 노력이 이렇게 인정받게 되어 정말 기쁘다!” 라고 했다

월간 CEO 매거진은 그린에 대해 신입 은행원으로 시작하여 Kleinwort Benson에서 보낸 시절, SG Hambros와 의 합병, 그리고 그가 팬데믹에도 불구하고 FVP Trade를 성공으로 이끈 방법을 전체 페이지 기사로 실었다.

그린은 "솔직히 매우 과찬이라고 생각한다. 그들이 저와 제 경력에 대한 기사를 준비하고 있다는 것은 알고 있었지만 내가 수상자가 될 줄은 몰랐다.

나 자신에게 이 상은 매우 큰 영광이며 이 상을 우리 팀과 FVP 트레이드의 모든 사람들에게 바치고 싶다. 약간 진부하게 들릴지 모르지만 내 주변에 이렇게 환상적인 팀이 있다는 것이 얼마나 중요한지 아무리 강조해 도 지나치지 않는다. 그들은 매일같이 힘든 상황 속에서도 내 삶을 훨씬 더 쉽게 만들어 준다.” 라고 말했다

전체 기사 : issue-7-2021

FVP 트레이드에 대하여

FVP 트레이드는 FVP 홀딩스가 소유한 온라인 CFD 중개 회사로 2017년에 설립되었다.
전 Kleinwort Benson 임원인 조나단 그린이 이끄는 이 회사는 최근 몇 년 동안 전 세계적으로 가장 빠르게 성장하는 CFD 제공업체 중 하나가 되었다.
이 회사의 이점은 매우 빠른 업무 진행, 거래에 사용할 수 있는 다양한 상품뿐만 아니라 고객의 자금 안전을 보장하기 위해 전 글로벌 규정을 준수한다는 것이다.
거래 고객은 외환, 금속, 상품, 지수 및 암호화폐 CFD와 같은 광범위한 금융 상품을 거래할 수 있다. 그것도 수상 경력에 빛나는 거래 플랫폼에서 말이다

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Source: EIN Presswire