Monthly Archives: January 2018
Puerto Rico Is Open for Tourism: With 80 daily flights, 285,000 cruise passengers in the past few months, more than 120 hotels open, 4,000+ restaurants serving up cuisine, and major tourism attractions open island-wide, join the Puerto Rico Tourism Company as they share the latest destination updates, progress on the Island’s tourism comeback four months post Hurricane Maria, and invite travelers to re-enchant themselves with the Island.
Three-quarters of residents in Puerto Rico still don’t have power, but San Juan was just named one of the best cities to visit in 2018 by Lonely Planet, the popular guide book publisher. Tourism industry officials hope they’ll come even sooner: They want tourists back before Christmas.
Tourism contributed in total more than $8.1 billion to Puerto Rico’s economy, or 8% of the island’s GDP, in 2016 according to the World Travel and Tourism Council. More than 68,500 jobs are connected to the tourism industry.
But bringing traditional tourists back to the island is not just an issue of rebuilding infrastructure, it’s a matter of marketing.
This year’s Show, taking place at the Jacob K. Javits Center, will begin Friday, Jan. 26 with its Trade Day, which is open exclusively to travel industry professionals. The Travel Show will be open to the general public Saturday, Jan. 27, and Sunday, Jan. 28.
Celebrating its fifteenth year as the largest travel trade show in North America, this year’s programs will be moderated by New York Times journalists including Monica Drake, assistant managing editor and senior editor of travel; Sam Sifton, food editor; and many others. Turkish Airlines is the Presenting Sponsor of the 2018 New York Times Travel Show.
Some of the panels and speakers at this year’s Show include renowned fashion designer Zac Posen, whose new book “Cooking with Zac: Recipes from Rustic to Refined,” takes his fans on a culinary journey as inspiring as his designs; rapper Action Bronson, as he speaks about his new cookbook “F**k, That’s Delicious”; travel expert and television host Samantha Brown; and Pauline Frommer, editorial director of the Frommer ’s travel guide series.
See more about The New York Times Travel show ,in our World Liberty TV Travel and Tourism channel by clicking here.
The New York Small Business Titan Awards was created by a host committee of presidents of six New York’s leading chambers of commerce in order to collectively honor their distinguished colleagues.
Today as thousands of long established and thriving businesses face eviction due to exorbitant increases at lease renewal time, these titans are leading the fight pushing for long overdue legislative relief.
To See more about New York SMALL BUSINESS TITAN AWARDS -2018,in our World Liberty TV Business Channel by Clicking here.
Fast forward 35 years from its simple beginnings. Scosche Industries is now internationally recognized as an award-winning innovator of consumer technology and car audio products. We maintain offices in three U.S. States plus Hong Kong and have over 140 employees located in four countries.
The company’s product portfolio now encompasses thousands of skus spanning the consumer technology and car audio arena. Scosche products are sold in over 50 countries by a wide array of the most recognized names in retail.
The following SCOSCHE products were reviewed at CES 2018:
RH106ORS Reference Grade Wireless Headphones with Controls (Rockstar Edition)
POWERUP 700: 700A Car Jumper /Powerbank
BOOMBOTTLE H2+ Waterproof Wireless Speaker
MAGICMOUNT PRO Windowdash, Magnetic Mount for Mobile Devices
RHYTHM + Armband Heart Rate Monitor
GOBAT 12000 Rugged Portable Backup Battery
CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
See some of the best products ,our Team at World Liberty TV Technology saw on the Show floor at CES 2018.
The following companies are showcased:
Urban Armor Gear (UAG), The ultimate protective case. No bulk and with lightweight design. Only by UAG Drop-Tested Protection · Slim + Impact Resistant · Military Grade Protection
Otter Products LLC, dba OtterBox, is a privately owned consumer electronics accessory company based in Fort Collins, Colorado that produces water resistant, shock resistant, and drop resistant cases for mobile devices.
BRYDGE Keyboards: Ever since an early version of our product got its start after one of the most successful campaigns in Kickstarter history, we have wanted to be a part of that icon. In April 2014, our real history began. Brydge was reborn with a new team, but our name still speaks for itself: we design stunning keyboards that serve as a bridge between you and the tablet.
OhMiBod; is the creator of the original iPod® vibrator. Headquartered in New Hampshire, USA, the female-owned and operated company is driving the evolution of the pleasure industry with an expansive range of high quality, body-safe products that combine technology with sensuality.
Stuff That Matters (STM Goods) : Nearly two decades later, STM Goods has become an industry leader in laptop bags, packs, fitted cases, and other accessories designed to make doing whatever you’re doing easier, safer and a little more unique. With worldwide retail presence and offices in Sydney, San Diego, London and Kuala Lumpur, no matter what time zone you live in, STM is doing something to improve the way you do what you do while making goods for the greater good.
On Sat January 6th 2018, our Humanitarians of The World Inc, (HOTWINC), Volunteers traveled to the West Coast, Las Vegas, Nevada.., to do a homeless and needy family presentation, or in other words people living on the streets.
A bag full of clothing, food, basic necessities, and basic technology items like battery & headphones was given to 20 individuals .
Some of the Homeless individuals shared there story with us, off the camera and did not wanted there real names mentioned, for personal reasons.So we will just address them with there first initial.