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Profitable Opportunities Await for Photography and Artwork in the Genres of Travel, Vacation, Pets, Hobbies; Amateur Photographers and All Artists Can Now Put their Images to Work for Fun, Recognition and Profits 24/7 in Worldwide Online Galleries

Profitable Opportunities Await for Photography and Artwork in the Genres of Travel, Vacation, Pets, Hobbies; Amateur Photographers and All Artists Can Now Put their Images to Work for Fun, Recognition and Profits 24/7 in Worldwide Online Galleries












Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) November 20, 2012

The Art Marketing Agency introduced innovative advertising programs for amateurs, art professionals, fine artists and photographers to generate sales and connect with worldwide buyers 24 hours a day for their artworks.

“Being good in business is the most fascinating kind of art.Making money is art and good business is the best art.” – Andy Warhol

Its a fact, online galleries are good for today’s art business.

Worldwide there are more than two hundred worldwide online galleries with an influence that now plays a significant role in the success for any artist or art collector. Christie’s auction house and Costco recently announced plans to sell thousands of Warhol artworks online.

Buyers often use a new return policy that allows them to evaluate the art and return it if not satisfied.

The Art Marketing Agency unveiled several online art gallery marketing innovations to help meet the challenges in today’s art market. The agency will “post” and categorize artworks and photos to the top performing online galleries. The agency may even set up a salon or website and provide valuable marketing tips and strategies!

In the past, visual artists and photographers have invested their valuable time and money attempting to find the “right” online galleries to sell their work without much success. Museums and brick and mortar galleries have been slow to embrace the Internet and social media market at their expense.

“Online galleries is the ideal medium to enable art buyers and collectors see artwork worldwide twenty four hour a day,” observed Tuck Tucker, Visual Art’s Marketing Director.

The new service is designed to match artwork to the best performing online gallery and its buyers. The online gallery-matching services enable artists to optimize their marketing and efficiently reach the best art buyers at online galleries around the world. Clients can now successfully showcase their art and connect to art buyers.

A recent report from IBISWorld estimates that the online art sales industry in the U.S. was worth about $ 287.5 million in 2011. This figure includes the sale of original or limited-edition artwork through online galleries, online auctions, online art fairs, and online art dealing and trading. The sales figures included data from 716 businesses and covered the sale of paintings, drawings, sculpture, photographs and other media.

According to IBIS World analysts, the market for online art sales has been growing in line with strong demand from overseas markets and increasing access to Internet-based retail outlets.

The growth in art sales through e-commerce and online auctions is expected to continue through 2016, fueled by global growth in consumer spending and increased access through more broadband connections.Mobile apps are anticipated to provide further room for innovation in online art sales.

See report: http://creativesatworkblog.com/2012/02/ibisworld-report-predicts-growth-in-online-art-sales/

A popular blog details an artist experiences with online galleries:

How I Learned How to Sell My Photos and Artworks in Worldwide Online Galleries

http://wp.me/pQTRi-2l–

The Art Marketing Agency services enables artists, photographers and art collectors to work with an expert, objective team that will provide a portfolio and website review with an informative consultation. The agency then develops specific marketing plans to match the artist style and vision with the right online gallery.

The Agency also announced it will now offer its valuable printed directory (and E Book) about online galleries that analyses characteristics and provides information about hundreds of galleries to its subscribers. The Guide assists art professionals to meet the challenges of today’s international art market with information about each gallery.

Each client receives a written summary with recommendations plus valuable information detailing specific online galleries to match their artwork to maximize profits!

From Karen T. in Arlington, Virginia, photographer, “The agency suggested I shift from 2 pay galleries to 5 non-pay and I am making more sales and saving money. What I liked is that their services are turnkey- they really did all the work to set me up with the online galleries after the consultation. Thanks for making my life and art marketing a lot more successful.”

Ron W. Miami FL, Fine Artist Portraiture, remarked about the new services, “I was looking for a better way to sell my art. It was just too time-consuming and frustrating to know what online galleries to work with. The team at the agency have given me better online sales options. I recommend them.”

The artist or art collector may choose one of several consultation plans ($ 50 to $ 150) to review all aspects of their artwork including their website and marketing ideas.

A valuable written summary and recommendations is provided to all clients.

“Amateur and novice photographers and artists may be sitting on a gold mine,” observed Tucker.

Novice and beginner photographers may also put their family, pet, holiday and travel photos to work for extra profits!

The agency will post a limited number of their photos from fifteen to twenty five dollars and may include a website. Novice and beginners photography program details are available the http://www.Visualartsmarketing.com

For more details about the new service, please contact:

Tuck Tucker

Agency Director

239 250 4920











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Q&A: What are some popular organizations that fight global warming and other environmental issues?

Question by Sophie B: What are some popular organizations that fight global warming and other environmental issues?
And if you could say a few things about them, that would be great. Thank you!

Best answer:

Answer by Jim M
Exxon Mobile, BP, Chevron

Give your answer to this question below!

IASB and FASB Chairmen to speak in NYC on January 10, 2013

IASB and FASB Chairmen to speak in NYC on January 10, 2013











IASeminars and NYSSA

New York City and London (PRWEB) November 14, 2012

The transition around the world to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is the most important accounting development in decades. Currently all of Europe and over 100 other countries require or permit the use of IFRS, and many more are in the process of doing so.

The SEC is considering incorporating IFRS into the U.S. financial reporting system. If implemented, this could affect over 12,000 public corporations and up to one million preparers and users of U.S. financial statements.

At the January 10 NYSSA International Financial Reporting Conference, leaders from the IASB and FASB—as well as 18 other important representatives from government, business and finance—will share the latest news about IFRS and the global debate on international accounting harmonization. This conference will also zero in on the needs and concerns of the investment community with regards to financial reporting issues, and will include a technical update session on major FASB and IASB projects. Senior speakers from multinational corporations will also give their views on the IFRS debate, as well as commenting on their ability to meet the needs of financial statement users.

Confirmed Conference Speakers:

Hans Hoogervorst, Chairman, International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)
Leslie F. Seidman, Chairman, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
Jenifer Minke-Girard, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Jay Hanson, Board Member, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB)
Kathy K. Murphy, Chief Accountant, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
Robert Herz, former Chairman, U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
Marc Siegel, Board Member, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB)
Patrick Finnegan, Member, International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)
Dan Montgomery, Deputy Chair, International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB)
Joel Osnoss, Global IFRS Leader, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Joseph Longino, Principal, Sandler O’Neill; Member, Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council
Karyn Brooks, Senior Vice President and Controller, Bell Canada
Neri Bukspan, Executive Managing Director, Standard & Poor’s
Steven Buller, Managing Director and Head of Global Accounting Policy, BlackRock, Inc.
Wallace Enman, Vice President and Senior Credit Officer, Moody’s
Gary Kabureck, Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer, Xerox Corporation
Gregg L. Nelson, VP Accounting Policy and Financial Reporting, IBM Corporation
Pinto Suri, Principal, Prudential Fixed Income Group
Michael Tovey, Managing Director, Group Accounting Policy, UBS
Nichole Burnap, Associate Equity Research Analyst, Credit Suisse

For more information about NYSSA’s 18th Annual International Financial Reporting Conference on Thursday, January 10, 2013, with optional pre-conference workshops on January 8 & 9, 2013, please visit http://www.nyssa.org/ifrs or http://www.iaseminars.com.























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Seeking Cleaner and Greener Electronics

This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http Technology experts, government officials, policy makers and engineers recently met in Italy. They gathered in Rome for the first Green Standards Week conference. Italy’s Ministry of Economic Development and the International Telecommunications Union organized the conference. The event called attention to the need for information and communication technologies to fight climate change and to build greener, more environmentally friendly economies. In recent years, the world has changed because so many people now use computers, mobile phones and other kinds of electronic devices. But the increasing use of information and communication technologies, also known as ICTs, also has led to more pollution, especially greenhouse gas emissions. This is mostly because of the energy used to manufacture, transport and operate such equipment. Still, many experts say ICTs offer the best chance for reducing greenhouse gases. The Global Information Society Watch reported last year that ICTs could help to cut total production of greenhouse gases by as much as fifteen percent by twenty twenty. Alan Finlay is with the Association for Progressive Communications. He also helped to prepare the GISWatch report. He says the effect of using ICTs to build cleaner environments is far more powerful than their harmful effects. “When you’re look at greening with ITs, you’re looking at the impact of ICTs on the environment
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Thanksgiving Comes Early at ZWCAD USA with a Grand Celebration That Simply Says: Thank You

Thanksgiving Comes Early at ZWCAD USA with a Grand Celebration That Simply Says: Thank You











Kanti Purohit, CEO, www.ZwcadUSA.com


Boston, MA and Guangzhou, China (PRWEB) November 12, 2012

ZwcadUSA, the exclusive Master Distributor for ZWCAD in North America today announced the grandest ZWCAD+, ZWCAD Mechanical, and ZWCAD promotion of the year to express its thanks to all who helped make ZWCAD the AutoCAD® alternative that offers the closest AutoCAD user experience. From today until November 22, 2012, this “factory authorized” promotion offers 25% discount for ZWCAD+ and ZWCAD Mechanical; and 20% discount for ZWCAD 2012.

ZWCAD+ is the next generation of ZWCAD: Not only does ZWCAD+ breaks through price and performance barriers and comes equipped an array of new capabilities, it also becomes the launching pad for new possibilities; for exceeding the demands of today’s ever demanding global CAD customer. Inspired by our users and with over two years of development and built upon 20+ years of CAD development experience, ZWCAD+ embodies:


    exceptional memory management technology
    full resource utilization of dual-core CPUs
     code-level compatible APIs
    fresh ribbon UI

[ZWCAD Mechanical, a low-cost alternative to AutoCAD Mechanical, is one such example that took off from the ZWCAD+ launching pad. Watch for more such take-offs in the months ahead.

Kanti Purohit, CEO of ZwcadUSA, comments, “This is the time of the year when we reflect upon how much has been accomplished and how far we have come in making ZWCAD the preferred choice of more than 320,000 users in 80 countries. And, we couldn’t have done this without you – our loyal ZWCAD users who offered creative ideas, countless suggestions, and voiced their concerns when necessary. And, gratefully, we listened.”

Purohit continues, “We indeed are grateful because it is this critical feedback and practical advice from our users that makes ZWCAD continually better – better than ever. And, on this Thanksgiving occasion, once again, we say: Thank You.”

Not only is ZWCAD one-fifth the price, but it also offers the closest AutoCAD user experience than any other Autocad alternative on the market. Period.

To put it another way, ZWCAD offers 100% functionality to 90% of mainstream AutoCAD users at one-fifth the price. That’s is a compelling value for 80% less than Autocad!

And now, we are offering you even more value.In appreciation of the continued support from all our users, we celebrate this Thanksgiving with these incredible offers:


    ZWCAD+ Standard, Professional, or Network: 25% discount
    ZWCAD Mechanical: 25% discount
    ZWCAD 2012 Standard, Professional, or Network: 20% discount

To take advantage of the above offers, please visit [ZwcadUSA eStore. Prices on our eStore already reflect the respective discounts. Please note that the above offers cannot be combined with any other offer. Please also note that these offers end on November 22, 2012.

If you haven’t yet experienced ZWCAD, go ahead and [download ZWCAD 2012 Free Trial, fire it up, and load any AutoCAD drawing and you too will see why thousands of ex-AutoCAD users have switched to ZWCAD. To get a taste of what is to come, [download ZWCAD+ Free Trial today and experience the power of ZWCAD+. You can also [download ZWCAD Mechanical for a free trial as well. To learn more about ZWCAD , ZWCAD+, ZWCAD Mechanical or other ZWCAD products including add-on apps, please visit [http://www.zwcadusa.com.

About ZWCAD and ZWCAD+

ZWCAD and ZWCAD+ are a powerful AutoCAD Alternatives for 2D and 3D CAD software with native DWG format. ZWCAD and ZWCAD+ assure unrivaled compatibility with AutoCAD® & Windows® Operating Systems including Window® 7 32- bit and 64-bit environments.

More than 320,000 CAD professionals use ZWCAD or ZWCAD+ in over 80 countries in broad disciplines including mechanical, manufacturing, plant, architecture-engineering-construction (AEC), civil, water, GIS, and landscape architecture. With 20 years in CAD development, ZWSOFT is known the world over for its courteous, timely, and knowledgeable support and friendly upgrade policies. For more information, visit http://www.ZwcadUSA.com.

About ZWSOFT

ZWSOFT is a world-renowned CAD/CAM solutions provider for the AEC and MCAD industries, with over 320,000 clients in more than 80 countries. ZWSOFT’s products, ZWCAD and ZW3D, have satisfied the needs of 2D and 3D designers for over a decade. For more information, please visit http://www.ZWSOFT.com.

About ZwcadUSA

ZwcadUSA is part of the GlobalForceDIRECT network which is an international sales, marketing, and support organization helping technology companies develop and expand their global markets. Headquartered near Boston and led by executives with management experience in two IPOs and leadership of a $ 100M sales operation for a major software provider, it offers products and industry expertise in the following areas: CAD, BIM, AEC, EDA, and GIS. For more information, please visit http://www.ZwcadUSA.com and http://www.globalforcedirect.com.











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Related International Development Policy Press Releases

Help! Which class should I take? Chinese Economics, Media, or International Affairs?

Question by Sophia: Help! Which class should I take? Chinese Economics, Media, or International Affairs?
So I’ve recently received a full scholarship to study at Fudan University in Shanghai for a month this summer. We have to choose two content courses. I am a freshman in college; Politics major, double minor in Economics and Chinese. I am interested in pursuing a graduate degree in International Relations. I intend on becoming a journalist, specifically a foreign correspondent, specializing in China. I am ethnically half Chinese half white and I speak Mandarin fluently.

Here are my loosely paraphrased course descriptions. I am equally interested in all, however, what is more beneficial to me? Which two courses have the most ECONOMIC, INTRINSIC VALUE to me.

REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA’S FOREIGN TRADE
This course involves writing a 1000-word paper and group presentation. It involves a lot of reading, mostly articles written by experts, scholars, and professors. It covers China’s foreign trade regime reform, RMB exchange, China’s freogin trade and economic performance, the political economy of China’s trade policy, and China’s overall economic performance.

CHINESE MEDIA AND POLITICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION
This course requires students to propose a plan for researching one topic or case that he/she is interested. It also involves field trips and watching a documentary about the Media and the Revolution. Topics include media and international relations, media controls, media and the revolution, and media reforms.

HISTORY OF DIPLOMACY IN MODERN CHINA
This course is mostly lecture and reading, but we are supposed to keep updated on current events and watch a documentary about China’s diplomacy. This covers China’s diplomatic history since 1949, as well as China’s respective relations with the United States, European Union, Africa, Middle East, Russia, and Latin America.

Best answer:

Answer by carolehi5
Reform and Development of China’s Foreign Trade

Add your own answer in the comments!

Should I take a Chinese Media class, Chinese International Relations class, or China Foreign Trade class?

Question by Sophia: Should I take a Chinese Media class, Chinese International Relations class, or China Foreign Trade class?
So I’ve recently received a full scholarship to study at Fudan University in Shanghai for a month this summer. We have to choose two content courses. I am a freshman in college; Politics major, double minor in Economics and Chinese. I am interested in pursuing a graduate degree in International Relations. I intend on becoming a journalist, specifically a foreign correspondent, specializing in China. I am ethnically half Chinese half white and I speak Mandarin fluently.

Here are my loosely paraphrased course descriptions. I am equally interested in all, however, what is more beneficial to me? Which two courses have the most ECONOMIC, INTRINSIC VALUE to me.

REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA’S FOREIGN TRADE
This course involves writing a 1000-word paper and group presentation. It involves a lot of reading, mostly articles written by experts, scholars, and professors. It covers China’s foreign trade regime reform, RMB exchange, China’s freogin trade and economic performance, the political economy of China’s trade policy, and China’s overall economic performance.

CHINESE MEDIA AND POLITICS IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION
This course requires students to propose a plan for researching one topic or case that he/she is interested. It also involves field trips and watching a documentary about the Media and the Revolution. Topics include media and international relations, media controls, media and the revolution, and media reforms.

HISTORY OF DIPLOMACY IN MODERN CHINA
This course is mostly lecture and reading, but we are supposed to keep updated on current events and watch a documentary about China’s diplomacy. This covers China’s diplomatic history since 1949, as well as China’s respective relations with the United States, European Union, Africa, Middle East, Russia, and Latin America.

Best answer:

Answer by We Never Left!!
Go with the History of Diplomacy. There are elements of the other two courses imbedded within it. Bear in mind, you are likely to get a very skewed viewpoint on the subject if you are studying IN China. However, it might provide a valuable perspective upon which you can build farther during your career.

What do you think? Answer below!

Q&A: POLL: Which class should I take? Chinese Media or Chinese International Relations? (Choose 1) It’s not boring!?

Question by Sophia: POLL: Which class should I take? Chinese Media or Chinese International Relations? (Choose 1) It’s not boring!?
Hello, hellooooo. I am trying to make this boring question as fun as possible, so I can get more answerers, who will help me make this important decision! Hooray!

Background info: I’m a college freshman. Bilingual in English and Mandarin. Political Science major. Econ/Chinese double minor. Planning to go to grad school for International Relations. Aspiring foreign correspondent journalist, dreaming to work in China.

I’m doing a summer program at Fudan University in Shanghai. I have two options.

1) Chinese Media and Politics in the Context of Globalization. It covers media! Media reforms! Media and International Relations! Don’t forget about media censorship! And the relation of media and politics! Aaaaand it includes a field trip! As well as a project:a plan for how to research a topic I’m interested in. Everything media! Everything political!

2) History of Diplomacy in Modern China: Don’t be discouraged by this boring as f–k title! It is GREAT for an international relations nerd like me because it covers China’s relations with Africa! The European Union! The United States! Russia! Latin America! Plus we watch a DOCUMENTARY and do a lot of readings on China’s foreign policy. And a lot of these readings are from NEWS sources, like Beijing Daily! The China Daily! No projects here, BUT there is a written exam.

In all seriousness, please help me decide this decision is KILLING me and I can only choose one. I’m very interested in both. I am taking two other classes at Fudan – one is a Chinese language course, the other is an economics one (Reform and Development of Foreign Trade — ohhh yeah!). It’s important to know which politics class will fit well with the other.

Best answer:

Answer by DevilliveD
No clue

Add your own answer in the comments!