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Welcome to the Manhattan Chamber of CommerceManhattan Chamber of Commerce (MCC) is a vibrant business membership organization comprised of a cross section of 10,000 business members and subscribers ranging from sole proprietors to large corporations and multi-national firms. Connect with entrepreneurs, leaders and executives by becoming an MCC member today and help your business grow. Our mission is to advocate for, connect and educate the business community in Manhattan.

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    Product, Packaging and Engineered by SnS Design, Inc

    December 5, 2014 (episode 613) - Friday 9/8c

    Kevin O'Leary offers ZipZ Wine $2.5 million for the innovative single-serve wine, making it the biggest deal in Shark Tank history.

    "I've never been so excited for a #SharkTank deal!" O'Leary, a wine connoisseur and vineyard owner, tweeted after the deal premiered on national television.

    "Another interesting improvement from all other wine-by-the-glass competitors is the packaging itself. Most other competitors use plastic glasses more resembling a little juice cup, but the ZipZ Wine comes in a wine glass. Now there's a novel idea.


    "Very clever." - Robert Herjavec

    "In our opinion our packaging is going to become to the wine industry what the aluminum can became to the soda industry." - Andrew McMurray

    "I think it is a brilliant design. I love it!!" - Lori Greiner
    "I think you have a better product." (In reference to Copa di Vino) - Robert Herjavec

    "This wine glass drives me crazy." - Kevin O'Leary

    "SnS Design was integral in taking our Zipz wine concept from a new idea to an actual revolutionary product. She was involved in every step from initial face to face meetings to product design graphic design and renderings in both 2D and 3D onto manufacturing files. Nisha also had excellent prototype associates who worked very quickly and cost effectively with us. Finally, Nisha created a most fantastic animation for us to use as a selling tool for investors, buyers and end users. Our experience with SnS Design and Nisha was excellent. I would recommend her company to anyone looking for that "it factor" in creativity that is so needed in todays competitive marketplace."

    J. Henry Scott, CEO

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    In keeping with its mission to advocate for, connect with and educate the Manhattan business community, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present The Voice of Manhattan Business.

    Broadcast live every Wednesday at 12:00 Noon (Eastern Time), VMB provides updates on Chamber advocacy efforts and events, and features an in-depth interview with a leading political figure, business advocate or Chamber member. The program includes questions from listeners.

    Here are our top ten shows from 2014:

    December 3 - Gaining Power in Negotiations, Martin Finkle, Scotwork.

    October 22 - What is Primary Medical Care for the Homebound Elderly?, Jomarie Zeleznik, MD.

    October 15 - Creating a TV Show to Promote a New Business, Ken Conn, Pentloft Studios, LLC.

    July 16 - A Saleswoman's Odyssey: From the Late 60s to Today, Arlene Ciccone, Pinnacle Promotions.

    June 4 - Foreign Bank Accounts, Income and Taxes, Anil Melwani, 212 Tax and Accounting Services.

    May 28 - MCC Member Cooperation: New Jersey Bikeshare, Laura Bucko, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, and Tom Glendening, E3Think.

    April 9 - How to Tell Your Story Like a Journalist, Steve and Margie Holt, re:Write.

    April 2 - A Unique Franchising Business Model, Adie Horowitz, Licenders.

    March 26 - How to Make Your Business Accessible for People with Disabilities, Nancy Miller and Michael Cush, VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

    March 12 - Local Businesses and Online Marketing, Michele Waldman, Max Your Media.

    For more information please, see or write to

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    Company Name Contact Name Website
    Formula 1 Auto Care Ariel Hernandez
    Bell Law PLLC Henry Bell
    New York Life Adam W. Slocum
    Simco Brokerage Alan Freedman
    Capital Bookkeeping Management Shahona Griffiths-Jenkins
    Vicus Partners Jane Brody
    MY Home Carpet & Upholstery Care David Rosenfeld
    Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP James Guberman
    Arts & Business Council of New York Amy M Webb Kenneth Edelstein
    Smart Hustle Magazine  Ramon Ray 
    HKM Associates Jeff Weiner
    Dawan Global Nagwa Awad
    New York State Restaurant Association Christopher Hickey
    Superior Office Systems Oleg Geyzer
    Lower East Side Ecology Center Meredith Danberg-Ficarelli
    SEO.Agency Alan Stuart
    Punto Event Performance Space Debora York
    The Mariani Team at Urban Compass Christine Mariani
    Central Park Sightseeing Bike Rentals and Tours Hakan Ugdur
    Ogmen Law PLLC Ayhan Ogmen
    Hybrid Homes Construction Mykhaylo Panchishak

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    Company Name Contact Name Website
    Mount Sinai Beth Israel Brad Korn
    The Madison Square Garden Company Irene M. Baker
    Loews Hotels Jim McPartlin
    Benefit Resource, Inc. Becky Seefeldt
    Community Options of New York, Inc Eileen Egan
    DAG Tech Daniel Ghazi
    Branch Restoration, Inc. Gary Matzelle
    City Hall Restaurant Henry Meer
    Just Bulbs David Brooks
    Wildflower Brands LLC Max Assoulin
    Alliance for Downtown New York Nicole LaRusso
    Global Strategy Group Justin Lapatine
    God's Love We Deliver David Ludwigson
    WithumSmith+Brown, PC Jacob Weichholz
    Colorfast NY Lani Doktori
    UPS Marketing Tim Rowe
    Empire Interpreting Service EIS Theresa Slater
    Framing Change Ellen Bayer
    McBurney YMCA John Rappaport
    P&V Enterprises Patricia Ahaesy
    The Organizing Zone Stephanie Shalofsky
    ProChile - Trade Commision of Chile Alejandro Cerda
    Cyprus Embassy Trade Center Aristos Constantine
    Snapple Theater Center Catherine Russell
    Judith Frey Green Business Consulting Judith Frey
    Velez & Cipriano, PLLC Pablo Velez
    New York Storage Facilities - Matt Schexnayder
    United Security Systems Dana Goffer

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    Scotwork North America presents, Advancing Negotiation Skills (ANS), an interactive and intensive negotiation training program that will lead you and your team to win more business and gain a greater competitive edge.

    Seats are going quickly! Start saving time and money NOW!

    Courses are available in New York City:

    • January: January 20th - January 23rd
    • May: May 18th - May 21st
    • July: July 13th - July 16th
    • November: November 2nd - November 5th

    Scotwork trains over 13,000 professionals each year around the world. The average client-reported return on investment within three months of the training exceeds ten times the course fees.

    Intensive filming-based coaching delivered by negotiating experts will surface and correct common mistakes while building capability and enabling your teams to close deals faster. You and your team will:

    • Resist price/margin pressure
    • Lock down agreements more firmly
    • Build successful, long-term relationships with your customers or suppliers

    Why Scotwork?

    Scotwork uses the same simple, ethical and effective process to manage negotiations worldwide in 34 countries including across Latin America, EMEA and Asia

    For more information or to book a seat, please contact Scotwork North America at 973.428.1991 or

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    NEW YORK – Winter’s chill has gripped the region, but Con Edison’s Green Team is urging managers of large commercial buildings to sign up for lucrative incentives from the company’s summer demand response programs.

    The utility is inviting commercial customers that promise to reduce their electrical usage when temperatures soar and demand for electricity is high. The enrollment deadline is April 1 to start participating in May. The enrollment deadline is May 1 to start participating in June.

    For every megawatt of reduction that a customer or aggregator of buildings provides, Con Edison will pay up to $500,000 over three years. That reward would be on top of the money the customer would save by lowering their electrical use.

    “By participating in Con Edison’s demand response programs, managers of 800 buildings have made the smart choice to generate revenue while saving on their bills and helping to ensure that electric service is reliable in their communities,” said Rebecca Craft, director of Energy Efficiency and Demand Management programs at Con Edison. “It’s important for building managers who are interested to contact us soon so that we can set them up for the summer of 2015.”

    Con Edison offers two demand response programs. In one, the company will notify the customer that buildings should conserve starting in two hours or less. In the other, the company will provide notification 21 hours in advance. In most cases, customers can participate in both programs simultaneously.

    Half of the buildings in the program are office buildings. Retail buildings are next at 9 percent, followed by health-care facilities at 7 percent, and educational facilities at 6 percent. Industrial buildings, hotels, residential properties and houses of worship also participate.

    A building must have an interval meter – which measures electricity usage every 15 minutes – to participate. The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority will provide a $1,500 rebate to building managers installing interval meters.

    Con Edison also offers incentives of $800 per kilowatt up to 75 percent of the cost, for measures such as generators or software. To qualify, a building must enroll in the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) Installed Capacity Special Case Resources Program. Most buildings are eligible to participate simultaneously in the NYISO and Con Edison demand response programs.

    For more information on our Demand Response programs, go here or call the Green Team at 1-877-870-6118.

    Con Edison is a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison, Inc. [NYSE: ED], one of the nation’s largest investor-owned energy companies, with approximately $12 billion in annual revenues and $41 billion in assets. The utility provides electric, gas and steam service to more than 3 million customers in New York City and Westchester County, New York.

    The Con Edison Green Team has an Energy Efficiency program for everyone. To find programs that are right for you, visit or call the Green Team

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    Launched by SWIFT (, the Innotribe Startup Challenge introduces the world’s brightest startups to over 10,500 banking organisations, securities institutions and corporate customers over the world.

    • Applicants to the Startup Challenge enjoy online exposure and get introduced to a panel of industry experts, SWIFT's community members, investors and VCs, who will judge their application
    •  Semi-finalists are selected by this top-quality judges to be invited to one of the four Regional Showcases taking place in London, Cape Town, Singapore and New York, where they gather for fast-paced company pitches, insightful discussions on emerging trends and innovation opportunities, and social networking events
    • The 20 most promising companies selected by the audience from across the four Regional Showcases - automatically secure their place as finalists in the Innotribe Startup Challenge Grand Finale, taking place at Sibos, the world's premier financial services event organised by SWIFT. The event represents their unique chance to convince the banking sector at large to take on their innovative products and services
    • The early-stage startup selected as winner by the Sibos participants wins a $50KUSD cash prize

    The challenge is open to early-stage and growth-stage startups working in financial technology or technology-enabled financial services (no consulting or outsourcing) such as payments, securities, trading, big data/data analytics, compliance, security, b2b or b2b2c mobile, small business apps and services and/or IT infrastructure.
    To learn more and apply, visit

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    Robert Cioffi Discussed Best Strategies for Data Recovery in Times of Crisis

    Yonkers, NY, (January 8, 2014) – Progressive Computing Inc. CEO, Robert Cioffi, was a panelist at the “When Disaster Strikes is Your Business Ready?” Power Breakfast hosted by The Business Council of Westchester recently, which focused on crisis management in a digital age. The seminar was a part of the Business Council's ongoing series to educate their members and the business community of Westchester and was sponsored by Tompkins Mahopac Bank.

    The event, which was held at the Crown Plaza in White Plains, NY, invited guests to be a part of a discussion on how to anticipate potential crises and what business owners should be prepared to do if an unexpected crisis should occur. Some discussion topics included budgeting for the unexpected, managing recovery plans, and the importance of data security. The expert panel was moderated by John Ravitz of The Business Council of Westchester and consisted of Robert Cioffi of Progressive Computing, Spencer Barback of Citrin Cooperman, Stephen Bedosky of York International Agency LLC, Jerry McKinstry of Thompson & Bender and John Vernazza of Cervalis.

    During the panel discussion, Cioffi stated, "While there are many factors involved in creating a Disaster Recovery Plan, the two most critical components are Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO)." According to Cioffi, RPO defines the frequency of data backups along with the length of time each backup is retained, and this needs to be high if the intention is to recover data minutes after disaster strikes. RTO is representative of how quickly systems can be up and running after a crisis arises.

    "RPO and RTO are the main two cost drivers when selecting a disaster recovery solution," Cioffi said. "Think of them as the coverage options in an insurance policy. But keep in mind, your budget should be a function of your risk tolerance."

    The Business Council of Westchester can be reached at (914) 694-3919 or visit their website at

    More information about Progressive Computing is available at

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    The Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the educational 501c(3) affiliate of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, has initiated an awareness raising program to educate small and mid-size businesses on the human trafficking issue. Human trafficking is considered the worst human rights violation that takes place in the world today.

    Businesses can be linked to trafficking through the recruitment, transport, harboring, or receipt of persons for the purpose of exploitation. Businesses also can be implicated unknowingly in human trafficking if their premises, products or services are used for trafficking or linked to trafficking through the actions of their suppliers or business partners.

    The upcoming event scheduled for February 12th, 2015 the panel and talking points would include:

    David Arkless- Chairman Arklight Consulting, founding counselor Board Member gBCAT Global Business Coalition Against Trafficking :Corporates and the human trafficking landscape/ Importance of corporate engagement/Issues and concerns.

    Rosalee Keech- Board Member and UN Observer for the League of Women Voters:Business Operations and Compliance Implications/Zero Tolerance Program Components/Next Steps.

    Debra Brown Steinberg, Founder, VS.: Confronting Modern Slavery in America, and Partner (Retired) of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP: - Evolving Legislative front and update.

    John Temple -Attorney-in-Charge, Human Trafficking Program, New York County District Attorney's Office -Office Human Trafficking Program-

    Moderator: Patricia Cole, Manhattan Chamber Anti Trafficking Founder and Program Director, representative of the UN RSHM NGO, Committee Stop Trafficking in Persons Coaltion at the UN.

    These presentations will provide attendees with an understanding amongst other things of; the scope of Trafficking, the implications to the global business community, advocacy in action by small business and other corporate concerns and the benefits of involvement.

    This Manhattan Chamber Anti-trafficking education program is an exemplary opportunity for good business to expand and strengthen their internal standards and corporate practices. It enables business to respond to the ever growing global demand for pro-active social involvement and commitment and the ability to join the fight to end human rights abuses and “modern slavery”.

    For more information on this series please contact

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    I recently met Raj Thakkar, a very successful entrepreneur. Nine years ago, while serving as a CFO for a Charter School, he saw many administrators who were very good with programs – but neglected the other side of the house – the finances.

    He went on to create Charter School Business Management that helps charters schools in managing their books, develop budgets, handle personnel and payroll.

    Two years ago, Raj was selected to participate in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program. Raj told me that the Program helped him take a hard look at his organizational structure. He has built an incredibly successful business and has served more than 100 organizations along the way.

    If you are a small business and want to find out how the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program can help you, visit
    And that’s The Bottom Line, I’m Rob Walsh for 1010 WINS.

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    As a part of normal product lifecycles and to accommodate the shift towards modern technology and mobility, Microsoft will completely end support for Windows Server 2003 on July 14, 2015. Security patches and updates will no longer be available after this period. This Alert from the Department of Homeland Security indicates the seriousness of this event, and Microsoft encourages all businesses to carefully evaluate a migration plan.

    Research from IDC confirms that businesses should thoughtfully consider using this moment as a starting point for the shift toward modern technology. “We think customers should take advantage of this deadline and see it as an opportunity not only to move forward to a newer version of Windows but also to modernize and prepare for the next generation of computers. Hybrid and public clouds are important components of next-generation IT.”

    Safeguard your business and make migration a priority with these helpful links:

    5 Reasons to Upgrade
    The Assessment and Planning Toolkit
    Forbes Article on Embracing the Digital Age
    Find a local Microsoft Partner to help

    Topic Name Associated URL
    Influencer_WS 03 EOS_Homeland Security
    Influencer_WS 03 EOS_5 Reasons to Upgrade
    Influencer_WS 03 EOS_Assessment & Planning Toolkit 
    Influencer_WS 03 EOS_Forbes Embracing Article
    Influencer_WS 03 EOS_Find Local MS Partner 

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    As you may know, in 2012 NYC Responsible Banking ACT (Local Law 38) established the Community Investment Advisory Board (CIAB), which is required to conduct a community banking and financial service needs assessment every two years. In addition to extensive data analysis, the law requires the CIAB to hold a public hearing in each of the five NYC boroughs as part of the banking and financial service needs assessment process. The biennial needs assessment is intended to identify local bank and financial service requirements, particularly in underserved areas, and established benchmarks, best practices, and recommendations to meet those needs. The first biennial needs assessment will be used for CIAB annual report on how NYC Desginated Banks are meeting the banking and financial service needs of our communities. That report will be released later this year.

    To continue reading this article please click on the link below:

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    JEMB Realty Louis Jerome
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    Immigration Legal Services Natalia Saavedra
    Life Coach Marjeta Marjeta Kane
    New York Life Joseph Vaccarelli
    Frank J Valente, DC, PC Frank Valente
    LandlordsNY J'Nell Simmons
    SoDA The Digital Society Lakai Newman
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    Organium hair and body care, LLC
    Keller Williams NYC Bissera Antikarov
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    Organization Contact Website
    Agencia International, Inc Mary Gibb
    Smart Hustle Magazine Ramon Ray 
    Scotwork Martin Finkle
    The Manhattan Center Jessica Berman
    Raymour & Flanigan Jennifer DeGennaro
    The Corcoran Group Emily Yaffe
    George Arzt Communications Jane Crotty
    Adriana Cara Life Coach Adriana Cara
    AMF Direct LLC Angela Franco
    Intelligreen Partners, LLC Valerie Corbett
    Living Well Inside N Outside Deborah Farkash
    Pinnacle Trips Frank Bastone
    Sherry Lane Entertainment Sherry Lane
    Ventura Insurance Brokerage Christine Sadofsky
    East Harlem Insurance Brokerage and Tax Service Tamika Mapp
    Carmichael Psychology, PLLC Chloe Carmichael
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    Dear Friends and Colleagues,

    I wanted to pass along the exciting news that Marco Cignini has joined Catch New York as our Executive Creative Director.

    Marco has excelled in the action sports world, with a focus on building brands through content creation rather than paid media. He's made engaging films for BMW, worked on famous campaigns for Nike, Staples and Wendy's and recently won a Clio for his work with Jay Z.

    Putting aside the fact that he is now the second best skateboarder at Catch, we are all very happy to have him on the team.

    Please contact us if we can ever be of service to you.

    All the best,

    Joseph Perello
    Co-Founder & Managing Partner
    Catch New York

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    Microsoft has officially announced that it will retire all support on the Server 2003 operating system on July 14, 2015.

    That means any business with this operating system still running will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inflicting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.

    As the US Department Of Homeland Security has already issued an official warning, we here at Progressive Computing, your local Microsoft partner and trusted IT Provider for the MCC, have set up a FREE Threat Assessment for MCC Members!

    Go to to find out how to stay protected from attacks that could shut down your business for good.

    Robb Patterson
    Progressive Computing, Inc.

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    Welcome to 2015! Now that 2014 is in our past it’s time to look ahead to the New Year and all of the opportunities that beckon us.

    Is travel in your future? If so then BSC Travel would like to be your travel concierge. What exactly does that mean? It’s simple really. We offer you peace of mind and confidence that all of your travel needs will be met regardless if they are domestic or international, corporate or personal. You name it and we can make it happen.

    Here are a few of the things that make us different:

    Personal attention. We’re a boutique agency but are affiliated with ALTOUR, a large international agency with extensive resources. Hands-on attention coupled with the clout of a big player in the industry translates into the best of both worlds for you.

    I have 27 years in the industry with the experience and personal contacts to make certain that your travel is stress free, your trip flawless and built around your personal wants and needs.

    You’ll have 24/7 access to our call center so that there is never a time when you will be left without access to help and answers.

    We pride ourselves on attention to detail and have hundreds of satisfied business and personal clients that consistently turn to us when they have travel needs. We’d love for you to be one of them!

    We’d welcome the opportunity to chat with you about your travel needs. Whether they are frequent or not, BSC Travel can make your travel a better and more satisfying experience.

    We’ll be contacting you in a few days and if you happen to have an immediate need please call me directly at 212-897-5190

    I invite you to view my video bio below.

    Warmest Regards 


    Louise Shohet
    BSC Travel/Affiliate ALTOUR
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    New York, N.Y. 10020
    Tel 212 897 5190
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    Larisa Perry assumes responsibility for 4,700 team members, 461 retail banking stores

    Feb. 17, 2015 – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) has named Larisa Perry the lead region president (RP) for the Northeast, which serves customers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut through 4,700 team members, 461 retail banking stores, 747 Wells Fargo ATMs, and other tri-state locations to provide financial solutions to individuals and small businesses. The 25-year banking industry veteran will relocate from Florida, where she previously served as the company’s regional president for Central Florida.

    “This job is rewarding because we are in the business of helping individuals and families manage their money today and plan for their futures whether it’s purchasing a car or home, saving for college or planning for retirement,” Perry said. “We also provide solutions to business owners so they are positioned to grow their companies and create new jobs. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to lead the Northeast team so we can continue helping New York, New Jersey and Connecticut residents at a time of increased optimism and when the economy is rebounding.”

    Perry succeeds and reports to Michelle Lee, who was recently appointed Wells Fargo’s lead community bank president for the Eastern Region. “A top focus of Larisa’s is helping our customers succeed financially and ensuring that they have an outstanding experience in every interaction with us,” said Lee. “I am thrilled that she will bring her invaluable banking experience as well as her passion for community involvement with her to the Northeast.” Reporting to Perry is Brenda Ross-Dulan, Southern New Jersey RP; Fred Bertoldo, Northern New Jersey RP; and Joe Kirk, New York/Connecticut RP.

    Perry joined SouthTrust Bank, a Wells Fargo predecessor company, in 1992 as a branch manager in Georgia and she afterwards worked in various roles in Alabama. Following the SouthTrust merger with Wachovia, her career took her to Florida where she held leadership positions, including North Florida community bank president. A community leader throughout her career, Perry will be joining the board of directors of Junior Achievement of New Jersey. In Florida, she previously served on the boards of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission, The Children’s Home Society of Florida, the Boys & Girls Club of Central Florida, and the Shelter House, a home that houses victims of domestic abuse. In former roles, she served on the board of the American Heart Association, the Kiwanis Club and is a past chair of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

    A native of Alabama, Perry received her Bachelor of Science degree in management from the University of South Alabama. She is also a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Retail Bank Management. Perry will be based in Summit, N.J. and will be moving to Northern New Jersey in the coming weeks with her family.

    About Wells Fargo
    Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a nationwide, diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.6 trillion in assets. Founded in 1852 and headquartered in San Francisco, Wells Fargo provides banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through more than 9,000 locations, 12,500 ATMs, and the internet (, and has offices in 36 countries to support customers who conduct business in the global economy. With approximately 265,000 team members, Wells Fargo serves one in three households in the United States. Wells Fargo & Company was ranked No. 29 on Fortune’s 2014 rankings of America’s largest corporations. Wells Fargo’s vision is to satisfy all our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially. Wells Fargo perspectives are also available at Wells Fargo Blogs and Wells Fargo Stories.

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    Newsletter Blurb

    The business of cybercrime

    Cybercrime is a rapidly growing criminal business, impacting millions of people and organizations around the world. Cybercrime costs the global economy up to USD$500 billion annually. Consumers will spend USD$25 billion and 1.2 billion hours dealing with security issues from counterfeit software in 2014. And one in five small- and medium-sized businesses have been targeted by cybercrime.

    Microsoft launched the Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) to proactively work with law enforcement to combat cybercrime. Picture an international dream team of technology, legal, and forensics experts, working with top organizations around the world -- including Europol, the FBI, Interpol, academia, global governmental agencies, and nongovernmental organizations -- to combat some of the most widespread, intricate, and organized cybercriminals.

    For more information
    Make employees your (security) knights in shining armor
    Cybersecurity terms and tips
    The business of cybercrime
    Allstate and Microsoft: Fraud protection

    • Cindy Bates: Four ways to spot online fraud
    • Cindy Bates: 5 ways to protect small biz from data breach

    Video & Webinar
    Cyberspace 2025: Today’s Decisions, Tomorrow’s Terrain
    Help Protect your Member against Online Fraud

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    The Pen and Brush Inc Janice Sands
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    SUM Innovation Alexandra Breines
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    SLG Construction Johnathan Burrus
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    InnerPC Computer Solutions Dan Fusco
    Merchant Cash and Capital, LLC Lindsey Rodriguez
    Allied Barton Security Services Steve Sacchetti
    Century First Credit Solutions William Nowottny
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    Better Brokers, LLC Nick Petkoff
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    Lucent Partners Jeffrey Lin
    Butler Equities, LLC Angel Cuevas
    United ARTs Press Jack Schursky
    HudsonPlatte Roger Bacon
    Seth Heine Seth Heine
    Carter Burden Center for the Aging Funmilayo Brown
    The Connected Hearts, Inc Nelly Niyonzima
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    ElderCareGiving Joanna Leefer
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    Corage Dina Gardner
    QCoefficient, Inc. Vincent Cushing
    Airbnb, Inc. Max Pomeranc
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    LBR PR Lauren Banyar Reich
    AXA Advisors Mindy Dunnigan
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    Blueprint Technologies Ilana Yaari
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