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IAP Worldwide Services Buys Two Business Units from the DRS Technologies

IAP Worldwide services announced its acquisition of TCNS (Tactical Communications & Network Solutions, Aberdeen Proving Ground) and Aviation and Logistics business based in Oklahoma. The two business units were formerly owned by DRS Technologies. The A& L offers aircraft repair management, mission support and logistics services. TCNS provides communication support, engineering and information technology solutions to the United States Department of Defense and various agencies. IAP Worldwide Services is looking forward to integrating the unique talent and capabilities of the two recently acquired businesses for its lasting growth strategy.

This acquisition will favor IAP greatly as it will increase its capabilities when delivering its services to customers globally. The two companies will help in doubling the size of the addressable market held by IAP Worldwide Services. The company plans to integrate the two acquired businesses to form a fresh unit to be known as Aviation & Engineering Solutions together with IAP’s former unit, National Security Programs. Doug Kitani, the CEO of IAP Worldwide Services, stated that the new acquisitions will help IAP in expanding its services portfolio and solutions to international government organizations, agencies and the U.S. The Acquisitions came in the wake of a new strategy that was established by the company earlier in the year. This was to acquire and integrate companies that complement its core business.

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About IAP Worldwide Services Incorporated

IAP Worldwide Services is a top international services company that has been in existence for over 60 years. It provides a plethora of solutions and services to the U.S. and various international government organizations and agencies. It is a proven world leader in offering tested program management and integrates as well as leverages its own capabilities to providing innovative, reliable and safe solutions to meet customer demands that are complex and diverse. IAP has its corporate headquarters in Cape Canaveral, FL and has several offices in Panama City, FL; Washington DC area; the Middle East and the UK.

The company offers facility management, sophisticated methodological and specialized services and international-scale logistics. It has a workforce of over 2,000 in the over 25 countries it operates in around the world. The company thrives by engaging the “unexpected” that is to say overseas battlefields and natural disasters. IAP is ready to deliver within a moment’s notice. It is highly experienced in planning, coordinating and carrying out complex technical and logistical challenges. The company maintains, operates and manages military installations that equal a small city in size, remote research laboratories and civilian facilities.

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Doe Deere: The Woman Behind the Make-up

Doe Deere is a New York City based make-up artist, author and entrepreneur. She is most recognized for her vibrant and artistic style which helped launch the success of her internet makeup brand Lime Crime.

Doe Deere’s unique style and brand have been dubbed a fashion anomaly. Lime Crime has managed to make waves in the fashion industry since it’s introduction to the market in 2008. The brand was launched for online retail and was niched for the girl with a more dramatic taste. The brand focuses on the use of intense lip color and twisted patterns that create a bold look for any user. The company also prides itself on making cruelty-free vegan products.

The line was invented by Deere after she struggled to find a make-up line that matched her vibrant clothing style. Deere was designing, stitching, and selling garments on Ebay at the time and wanted to establish a make-up line that was just as expressive as the clothing she was selling. Finding herself at a dead-end, she introduced Unicorn Lipsticks as her first product under Lime Crime. The product was an instant success and prodded Deere to introduce additional lip products under the brand name.

While Lime Crime has been a tremendous success as a company, many people are interested in the mystery of the designer and owner, Doe Deere. The fashionista is avid on social media but rarely shares the personal story behind her creative genius. With almost half a million followers on Instagram, it’s clear the world is intrigued.

The journalists who have managed an interview with Deere have discovered that there is more than meets the eye with the young entrepreneur. Behind the glitz and the glam is a sensitive, hardworking businesswoman dedicated to her company and her people.

The young entrepreneur was born in Russia before relocating to New York City. While growing up in the Big Apple she was introduced to fashion and make-up and was instantly hooked. This introduction sparked her dive into online retail and the eventual development of Lime Crime.

Deere claims that her two passions are make-up and fairytales and promotes Lime Crime as a collision of these two things. She names her products and customers after fairytale themes and designs all of her make-up with a fairytale vision. Doe Deere admits that her passion for color stems from a very early age. She had always been into art and fashion and was always decorating herself with the most colorful ensembles as a child. She was quite imaginative and this side of her personality carries over into her work even today.

Deere’s work and entrepreneurship has not gone unrecognized. Most recently, she was named one of the top inspiring women entrepreneurs by Self-Made magazine. While she appreciates the recognition, she is more interested in being a role model and example for any woman on a journey of entrepreneurship. Deere seeks to inspire women of all ages and interests but she seems to have a firm grip on the dreamers who are bold, brave, and dare to be different. Her story is one of hope for anyone looking to make their dreams a reality!

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Brexit Vote Could Help Brazil’s Struggling Economy

Theresa May, the new Prime Minister of Britain wanted to stay in the European Union. David Cameron did too, so he resigned. May took over because she wanted to respect the will of the people and make a success of the decision to leave the EU. Leaving the European Union is not something that happens overnight. Britain has to evoke an agreement called Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, and it takes someone schooled in EU bureaucracy to translate that agreement. The agreement gives both sides two years to agree on terms for the exit, and Mrs. May isn’t going to start that process until the end of 2016. The world is watching Britain go through the separation pains of leaving the EU, but business people like Flavio Maluf, the CEO of the international construction supply company Eucatex, based in Sao Paulo Brazil, wants the process to speed up.

Flavio Maluf has been running Eucatex for almost 20 years. Eucatex was born from a family owned sawmill in the early 1950s. The sawmill was cutting eucalyptus trees for domestic construction companies back then, and Flavio’s father decided to make ceiling tiles for those construction companies out of eucalyptus wood. The ceiling tiles were a success in the domestic consumer market, so Eucatex got into the export business based on that success. Flavio joined the company in 1987 after spending time in New York to continue his education. Portuguese is his native language so Flavio spent time studying English as well as business at New York University. Maluf helped his college friends translate English into Portuguese, and years later some of those friends relocated to Brazil to work.

Today, Eucatex is one of the top export companies in Brazil. Maluf is excited about the Brexit vote because there is a chance that Britain may decide to do more business with his company and with other companies in Brazil. Some members of the government are talking about developing a bilateral trade agreement with Britain once all the preliminary details are put to bed. Brazil needs a trading partner like Britain. When China cut back on imports from Brazil, it left a big hole in the export business. Maluf and other business leaders are trying to plug that hole.