Versa Products, Inc., the Los Angeles-based furniture manufacturer, recently announced additional upgrades available on its already popular Versa Art Table. Known industry-wide as an innovative leader in computer furniture, Versa sells products all over the world to clients that cover a multitude of industries from educational institutions like universities and secondary schools to office suites to military bases. Although Versa's most popular product is the classic Versatable, available in multiple sizes and colors, Versa's line of art and drafting tables are getting recent attention. The blend of the traditional, tilting art desk and the modern computer desk appears to be just what the doctor, er, um, artist ordered. "With the art industry evolving to incorporate computers into the creation of art and design, how could we ignore that fact and still expect to make a table that clients need?" explains Christopher Stormer, COO at Versa. "You can make an art table that's high quality, competitively priced, and looks great, but if it doesn't serve every function the user needs, then it's pretty much worthless. Designers, artists, students they all use computers constantly and it makes no sense to have one desk for drawing and another one to support your computer."The beauty of Versa's art table is that it's completely customizable with the type of customizations one might actually want. Anyone can skip the retailer and order a desk online straight from Versa. Then, choose the accessories you want and forget the ones you don't. Popular accessories include a height adjustable monitor platform that can be situated on either side of the table (perfect for right- or left-handers), wheel kits, printer platforms, and even CPU holders for those who use PCs.This type of simple customization isn't just confined to the art table and drafting desks Versa offers. Every product Versa manufactures is customizable including classroom tables for computer labs, executive desks, and medical and dental furniture. The customer also has a choice of color options and combinations with every product.The art table offers 75 degrees of tilt adjustment with its easy, pop-pin adjustment system. The height also adjusts from 24 to 48 inches and the work surface comes in standard 48-inch by 30-inch dimensions. It comes with a full sized storage tray and in six different color combinations. Quantity discounts begin with only three like units, making it even more economical for schools, small businesses, and art departments who can't qualify for quantity discounts the way big guys can.In addition to the high-end products themselves, Versa is known for excellent customer service and its hassle-free lifetime warranty on all products it sells. Items ship for absolutely free anywhere in the contiguous United States regardless of whether the order is five hundred tables or one keyboard arm. Most items ship from the factor within one to two days as well.If you'd like to know more about the products Versatables offers, including art tables, school desks, dorm room furniture, and space-savers, check out their website or call and request a catalog.
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15c211 Was designed to allow fully reporting public companies to have their securities quoted on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) by filing some simple disclosure. Rule 15C211 Under SEC Rule 15C211, a U.S. securities broker or dealer may not publish a quotation for any security unless certain information concerning the issuer is available and the broker or dealer has a reasonable basis for believing that the information is accurate. The information requirement is satisfied, in simple terms, if: 1) a Securities Act registration statement (F-6, F-1) has been filed within the last 90 days, 2) the issuer is complying with filing requirements and has in its records the issuer's most recent annual report, 3) the issuer is complying with Rule 12g3-2(b), 4) the broker or dealer has on record information relating to the issuer, its securities, its business, products and facilities. Management information, financial statements of the issuer and certain other data must also be on record. Form 15C211, also known as Form 211, refers to the specific filing form a broker/dealer must provide containing the information necessary to publish a quotation on the company. For more information visit: www.genesiscorporateadvisors.com Reverse merger: A reverse merger is a method by many of our small and mid-cap companies to initially go public, is the purchase of, and "reverse merger" into, an existing public shell company. This is inexpensive compared with conventional Initial public offerings (IPO). this is also a simplified fast track method by which a private company can become a public company. In a reverse merger, an operating Private company merges with a public company that has little or no assets, nor known liabilities (the "shell"). In some rare instances, the shell may have some amount of cash remaining for investment into the new enterprise. The public corporation is called a "shell" since all that exists of the original company is its corporate shell structure and shareholders. The private company owners obtain the majority of the shell corporation's stock (usually 90-95%) through a new issue of stock for the private enterprise or asset. The public corporation will normally change its name to the private company's name and elect a new Board of Directors which will appoint the officers. The public corporation will usually have a base of shareholders sufficient to meet the 300 shareholder requirement for eventual admission to quotation on the NASDAQ Small Cap Market or American Stock Exchange (if the private company's financial condition substantiates other NASDAQ or AMEX requirements), although some shells have as few as 35-50 shareholders, and are currently listed (or can apply for listing) on the OTC Bulletin Board or the NQB Pink Sheets. For more information please visit: htpp://www.genesiscorporateadvisors.com
Constant qualification is the process of continuously evaluating all of your opportunities to check that you still want to and should be bidding. It is possible to get caught up in an opportunity that you are unlikely to win and that diverts valuable resources and time from other more suitable opportunities.First off, you need to understand the importance of having a formal bid/no bid process. This is to help you understand when and why you should bid, and to make sure you avoid projects that you have a low probability of winning. Sometimes a decision is made early to bid but is that still the right decision as you learn more about the opportunity?As you get greater understanding of the specification you may realise that it isnt as suitable for you as you first imagined; circumstances change an existing client may need a project extending and you havent got the required resources; or you find out that the client hasnt got the budget that you thought they had. Although youve invested time in the opportunity that doesnt mean its too late to get out.With any opportunity, one thing you need to do is keep finding out more about it. Ask questions and learn about the clients true needs. This is done because you want to offer the client the best solution possible, but you are also finding out whether you can deliver that solution.At regular points during the opportunity take a look back at your original decision to bid. Is it still the right decision now that you have more information available?You should plan and use structured methodologies for qualification throughout the bidding process. This is to help you make objective decisions and to justify the time and resources spent pursuing the opportunity.The Learn to Write Proposals (www.learntowriteproposals.co.uk) Prospect Qualification Tool gives you a methodology for making the first bid/no bid decision as well as being able to quantify the win probability as you progress through the bidding process.This constant qualification also allows you to see where you need to strengthen your bid. You may want to continue with the opportunity but realise that you need to take action to strengthen a particular area of your bid. Constant qualification and evaluation allows you to keep your bid focused and moving in the right direction towards the solution that the client needs.Qualification and preparation are the least liked processes of contracting by the majority of people involved. However, its an accepted fact of life. No matter your personal feelings, you should lean from what you do and make any attempts necessary to better yourself.Overall, the goal is constantly qualify to evaluate your win chances. Qualifying for those contracts give you a greater understanding of what your business needs to succeed. No other way can more effectively pinpoint the areas where you need to improve.
It is an understandable that millions of people have ambitions, desires or passing wishes to have their own business. Let's face it, countless millions of people are in jobs they do not really like, nor get any satisfaction from. Financially, they get by from to month to month, but cannot build up real wealth. It seems a constant strain to make ends meet; frustrations are commonplace because people have little control over their own lives, they have to live day to day in their employers' cage; frustrated like grounded eagles with their wings clipped. Maybe they are helping to make their employer rich, but what of themselves? Don't we all deserve the freedom, the riches, that the owners of successful businesses enjoy? What is easy to forget is that, usually, those business have been built with a lot of blood, sweat and tears. Running a business is very hard work; running a successful business is even harder. Those who have succeeded have usually had a vision, taken calculated risks, researched, worked long hours, and have learnt from inevitable setbacks and mistakes. They have learnt about their market sector, how to run a business, marketing, finance, and the law as it affects them in their business. Although what you may now see is a big business in glossy corporate offices, you can be sure it was originally built from hard graft. Aah, you may be thinking, that was before the internet. Anyone can do it now! Sorry to disappoint you, but having a successful internet business requires hard work too; it involves an awful lot of learning, maybe years of frustration, many a false dawn that will lift you to the sky and dump you back down on the nearest rock. Does all that put you off having your own business? Does that all seem too much like hard work? Do you want the benefits without the hassle? Do you resent the rewards of your bosses but turn your nose up at the thought of hard work? If you answer eyes to any of those questions, then you are prime fodder for the Get Rich Quick Schemes : Welcome To The Internet Danger Zone Once you start turning your attention to earning money online, you will soon be bombarded with hundreds, thousands, of "opportunities". You will see promises of millions of dollars, doubling your money every few days, turning $1000 into a $1000000 in just a couple of years; promises of thousands of people paying you $20 into your Paypal account for the rest of your life; instant businesses with no work, as someone else will be doing the work for you. Now, stop and think about it. Be honest with yourself. How realistic are all of those claims? While each of them is possible, how sustainable are they really? Many newcomers to the world of internet business are wary of scams, and that is good. There are scams around; many of them. But the biggest danger is not deliberate scams, but bad management. The fact is it is easy to set up a business online, which encourages people to do so who have no idea how to run a business, plan for business success, manage finances etc.This get rich quick article was written by Roy Thomsitt, owner author of the Change Direction website.