Keith James Announces Debut EP, From The Grey, Available for Pre-Order Today

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2015 You may not be familiar with the name of multi-platinum songwriter Keith James, but you’ve heard his work on Jeremih’s “Birthday Sex,” Nicki Minaj’s The Pinkprint, and Wales “That Way,” among many others. Making his debut as a performer, the South Side Chicago native traveled from his Chicago city home for a stay in Los Angeles to collaborate with long time friend and multi-platinum producer Mick Schultz, which stretched into several months tucked away in Schultz’s Malibu studio, where he recorded his debut EP, From The Grey, inspired by the notion that stereotypes and genre lines should be blurred. “The slogan ‘one world, one people’ is evident in every song from the progression choice to the subject matter,” James explains, “taking it all the way to the cover artwork, using no color lines. The cover art represents the essence that all colors are appreciated with no sexual discrimination. From The Grey is breaking the cultural restraints we place on ourselves because of what we hear, what we see, what we’re taught, and what we accept as reality.” From The Grey, which is officially out June 16th, includes James’ first single, “Not My Day,” the explosive earworm with uplifting dance beats and catchy lyrics and is being projected by some to be 2015’s Song of the Summer. A full track listing of the R&B/Pop EP, described by Schultz as a “vintage retro vibe, but very commercial,” is available below. James will perform all five tracks off From The Grey at the official release show at the Hard Rock Café Chicago on June 26th. Tickets can be purchased now at http://smarturl.it/FTGshow.     Fans who pre-order From The Grey will get two tracks instantly – including “Not My Day,” which has started hitting Top 40 and Hot A/C formats this month, and “Treat Her Like A Lady,” the fourth track on the EP, which proves chivalry is not dead. Check out “Not My Day” and “Treat Her Like A Lady” along with all From The Grey details below. Pre-order: From The Grey on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/FromTheGrey Watch: “Not My Day” music video: http://smarturl.it/NMDVid     Keith James From The Grey (Mick Schultz Productions) June 16th, 2015 1. Button 2. Not My Day 3. Peace 4. Treat Her Like A Lady 5. Phillips Song     For high-resolution press photos and media kit, visit: http://smarturl.it/keithjamesEPK For more information on Keith James, please visit: whoiskeithjames.com facebook.com/whoiskeithjames twitter.com/whoiskeithjames instagram.com/whoiskeithjames youtube.com/c/whoiskeithjames1 More Music Press Releases

SelfieX App Released to Change the Way People Take Selfies

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Alexandria, Virginia (PRWEB) May 06, 2015 Vito Technology, the award-winning developer of educational apps for iOS, has launched its first app in “Photo and Video” category, that allows users to shoot self portraits with the back iSight camera of their iPhones. A fine tuned algorithm of the app captures the user’s face automatically when it fits the desired frame and voiced directions guide the user to aim the phone. The iSight camera features 1.5-micron pixels and ƒ/2.2 aperture which allow for better picture quality than the front Facetime camera. The problem with using the back camera for selfies is that it is very hard to catch one’s face in focus. SelfieX solves the problem of making selfie shots with back camera. The multilingual voiced helper will guide users in English, Russian, French, German, Italian or Spanish to aim the phone correctly. When the app detects a face on the screen, it takes a picture automatically. Users can make quick edits of brightness, color, saturation and crop and share the picture on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Users can change composition the picture by shifting the face indicator area to the side. This way it is quite easy to take a picture next to something when sightseeing and traveling. Pricing and Availability: SelfieX – Automatic Back Camera Selfie is free and available worldwide on the iTunes App Store. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, Vito Technology Inc. is headed by CEO Victor Toporkov and has developed an impressive portfolio of products for Windows Mobile since it entered the mobile software market in 2001. The company’s latest endeavors include iOS and Web 2.0 software development. Vito Technology won an Apple Design Award in 2010 for its Star Walk for iPad app. The company consists of two departments: Research & Development Department and Marketing Department with 30 employees in total. Copyright (C) 2014 Vito Technology Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Find More Spanish Press Releases

Synthetic Turf a Success at Rock in Rio USA

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Austin, Texas (PRWEB) May 27, 2015 The inaugural Rock in Rio USA festival kicked off this year at the new MGM Resorts Festival Grounds, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite the arid climate and foot traffic from nearly 200,000 rock fans, the event site remained green, lush and free of dirt – thanks to more than a half million square feet of Act Global artificial grass. The 40-acre City of Rock site showcased musical acts on three stages, a Ferris wheel, themed Rock Streets, a VIP viewing area, wedding chapel, and a 64-foot-high zip line towering above the festival grounds. The impressive two-weekend musical line-up included Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Metallica, Foster the People, John Legend, No Doubt, Deftones, Gary Clark Jr, Ed Sheeran and more. The site was also covered in 532,800 square feet of artificial landscape turf, contracted by Martin-Harris Construction and installed by Park West Sports Systems. The Xtreme Lawn product features a blend of lifelike green turf fibers, along with a light brown thatch layer to lend the comfort and appearance of real grass. The synthetic turf provided a soft, clean surface throughout the event grounds for the enjoyment of Rock in Rio fans. “Artificial turf is an ideal, versatile solution for event spaces and venues, particularly in very hot, rainy or inclement weather,” said John Baize, director and co-owner of Act Global. “Dust, mud, maintenance, and watering are all minimized for the ease of event management and enjoyment of festival guests.” The environmentally-friendly turf required no mowing or watering by Rock in Rio personnel, saving the associated time and costs required to maintain a large festival site. It is highly UV protected and durable to withstand heavy foot traffic as well as intense sunlight. Feedback regarding the use of synthetic turf has been positive from the customer and public opinion. Several online commenters remarked that the artificial turf was comfortable and great for controlling dust and dirt on site. This may be the first event on the new turf, but it won’t be the last. The MGM Resorts Festival Grounds can hold up to 12 events per year, with next up “Party for a Cause” April 1-3, 2016, with Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley and Kenny Chesney as headliners. Rock in Rio is slated to return in 2017. ABOUT ACT GLOBAL Act Global is a world leader in synthetic turf and artificial grass manufacturing. The company’s Xtreme Turf and Xtreme Lawn products replicate natural grass for use in international stadiums, indoor sport centers, synthetic lawns and other synthetic grass uses. Its LiteEarth and AvTurf products add capabilities for landfills and airport applications. Act Global has manufacturing locations in USA, Europe and Asia and installations in over 70 countries. Act Global is notable for currently being the first company in the world that is a FIFA Preferred Producer for Football Turf, Synthetic Turf Council Certified Manufacturer, World Rugby Preferred Turf Producer, and holds an ISO 9001 certification. For more information visit http://www.ActGlobal.com.

Joseph K. Chan Finds Faith from Disability in New Autobiography

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SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) May 26, 2015 According to the National Library of Medicine, one in every 4,000 people has retinitis pigmentosa, a degenerative eye disease. The National Library of Medicine also states that one in every 150,000 people has paroxysmal kinesigenic dyskinesia, a rare disorder that causes sporadic muscle behavior or involuntary movements. For author Joseph K. Chan, these two diseases are more than a statistic – they’re a reality. Chan invites readers to walk in his shoes with his new autobiography “ The Way I See It: A Candid Review of Lessons from Life So Far” (published by iUniverse), which aims to bring inspiration and hope. Chan chronicles his life thus far and gives readers a candid view of his life in “The Way I See It.” He discusses his two unique medical conditions and their even more inimitable combination, highlighting the ways in which they challenged him and how they helped him find God and live life to its fullest. He also discusses his stance on God and Jesus, framing the dialogue with his life experiences. “Humility is the foundation of learning,” Chan says. “One of the most important lessons from coping with my birth defects is that God does not make anything that is defective or junk. This point of view has helped me in exploring my full potential.” “The Way I See It” By Joseph K. Chan Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 8.5 pages | ISBN 9781491748602 E-Book | 222 pages | ISBN 9781491748619 Available at josephkchan.com Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble About the Author Joseph K. Chan, being legally blind, is now a volunteer who provides management services to nonprofit organizations. He retired after 26 years as CFO for the Association of Bay Area Governments. He is a certified public accountant with an MBA from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Now widowed, he has a daughter, son and three lovely grandchildren. iUniverse, an Author Solutions, LLC, self-publishing imprint, is the leading book marketing, editorial services, and supported self-publishing provider. iUniverse has a strategic alliance with Indigo Books & Music, Inc. in Canada, and titles accepted into the iUniverse Rising Star program are featured in a special collection on BarnesandNoble.com. iUniverse recognizes excellence in book publishing through the Star, Reader’s Choice, Rising Star and Editor’s Choice designations—self-publishing’s only such awards program. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, iUniverse also operates offices in Indianapolis. For more information or to publish a book, please visit iuniverse.com or call 1-800-AUTHORS. For the latest, follow @iuniversebooks on Twitter.

My Positive Perspective Releases Episode to Announce Guests at this Years First Flush Festival.

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Charleston, SC (PRWEB) May 20, 2015 On May 19, 2015, My Positive Perspective host Jason Deierlein aired an episode with Charleston musician Irene Rose. At the beginning of the episode, Deierlein said, “This event’s significance is the tea leaves being harvested are mature enough to be picked and harvested.” Rose then says, “I really enjoy this time of the year, it is one of Charleston’s biggest musical festivals.” Deierlein then says, “All the tea anybody could drink is included and that is another thing about this event.” Deierlein then asks Rose, “What do you like about the talent with this year’s event?” Rose replies, “It is a talented group of musicians playing at this year’s Charleston Tea Plantation sponsored event. Rose continues, “The musicians will be highlighted by Sheryl Crow, however many of the local musicians I know personally.” Deierlein then says, “We certainly do have a great group of local talent and many of them will be playing and that is good” Deierlein then turns to Rose and asks, “What does it mean to you as a musician to be able to perform at these terrific events with lots of people and a fun climate?” Rose replies, “It is awesome, you know I was up in Nashville playing songs and would pray what I would do if I was unable to share this gift I was given. I was told to share it with who was around me.” My Positive Perspective is a media outlet believing that improvement in our community will be best achieved by focusing on the good things happening in our world today. Having survived a near fatal car accident as a youth, a shift of perception forced one to have a mentality of always concentrating on the brighter sides of things. This was true, and in my book, Return From a Comatose Mind, this belief was put to the test. Appreciation for life was the biggest thing one took away from my brush with death, and it is because of that gives me such a huge desire to be helpful to many. My Positive Perspective is a way of overcoming challenges through positive thinking. http://mypositiveperspective.com/

The Blue Lagoon Director Randal Kleiser and Lead Actor Christopher Atkins Re-Visit Turtle Island to Commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the Film’s Release

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Turtle Island, Fiji (PRWEB) May 28, 2015 Thirty-five years after the release of the film The Blue Lagoon, the director Randal Kleiser and leading actor Christopher Atkins have returned to the iconic location where the movie was filmed: Turtle Island in Fiji. The VIP guests attended festivities on Turtle Island from May 16th – 27th to celebrate the anniversary of the release of The Blue Lagoon, which was filmed on the island the year before it opened to the public as a private island resort. Festivities included a screening of The Blue Lagoon under the stars followed by a Q&A with Kleiser and Atkins, Fijian music and a tour of the most memorable sites and moments from the movie. Kleiser and Atkins, who have maintained a close friendship since the filming of the movie 35 years ago, were thrilled to return to the location and reminisced about their time on the island back in the 1970’s. “It’s a magical place, there is nothing like this island [that] I’ve ever found on the face of the earth,” said Atkins. “They say here on Turtle Island ‘once discovered, never forgotten’ – well, that’s probably the best saying you can ever have for this place.” Kleiser was also moved by the experience saying, “I feel a true connection to this island.” Turtle Island could conceivably be called the third lead character in the movie, considering it’s natural beauty, untouched landscape and exotic flora and fauna. In fact, a species of iguana that appeared in the film had been at that point unknown to biologists, sparking a research trip to the islands and has since been named the Fiji Crested Iguana. Turtle Island was purchased in the 1970’s by Richard Evanson, who to this day resides there with his family. Richard made it his life work to rejuvenate the land and build a home. It wasn’t until the late 1970’s when The Blue Lagoon producers first approached Richard to use his island. When the project finished filming, Richard realized how much he enjoyed having people on the island who appreciated its beauty as much as he did, so he decided to open the property to guests. Summing up the week on Turtle Island, Atkins said, “To come back after all these years and to see this island and put my feet back in the sand…it’s a very, very, very special time for me right now.” # # # About Turtle Island Located at one of the most stunning places on earth, Turtle Island in Fiji is the ultimate all-inclusive private island paradise. Turtle Island offers 14 private beaches, gourmet dining, a brand new spa, personal “bure mamas,” top-shelf liquors, wines, and champagnes, world-class activities such as fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and only 14 couples at a time. The recipient of numerous tourism and hospitality awards, Turtle Island is considered one of the most sought after destinations in the world. For more information go to http://www.turtlefiji.com or call 800-255-4347.

DeskAlerts Introduces Portuguese Interface Translation

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(PRWEB) May 06, 2015 The internal communications provider has expanded its global reach and integrated a Portuguese interface into its desktop notifications software. With approximately 260 million speakers around the world, the introduction of the Ibero-Romance language will play a key role in ensuring DeskAlerts continues to lead the way in offering state-of-the-art, multi-lingual workplace communications. Across the globe, Portuguese is the sole official language of seven nations including Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique, Angola and Cape Verde. It’s considered a co-official language in China, Equatorial Guinea and East Timor and is also spoken by communities in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Malaysia. On a global basis, Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language on the planet. By introducing Portuguese to its selection of interface languages DeskAlerts is ensuring that its global portfolio of clients gets the absolute most out of the software. From hospitals and hospitality to commerce and law, the flexibility to offer Portuguese speaking employees content in their native tongue is set to boost productivity across the board. Vdovin explains, “Portuguese isn’t simply spoken in Portugal. Today, the language is adopted by 260 million speakers across the globe. As well as households it’s also spoken in a large portion of workplaces which is why we selected it as the next DeskAlerts language interface upgrade.” For Portuguese speaking users the language interface upgrade offers an easier, faster and more authentic experience. Even if employees are fluent in English content can still be sent, processed and actioned much more efficiently when read in a user’s first language. This means more clarity, fewer misunderstandings and a workforce that’s entirely in-the-loop. The ability to navigate the interface in Portuguese will greatly enhance the DeskAlerts experience and ensure that all messages are relayed and received as accurately as possible. Activating the Portuguese interface is easy and can be done in just seconds. Users simply log in to DeskAlerts account, select Portuguese as the interface language and enjoy composing, sending and receiving pop-up desktop notifications in their native tongue. The upgrade follows the roll out of French, Spanish and Russian to the DeskAlerts interface. Now the globalization friendly software caters to four of the world’s most popular languages, and is a valuable tool for companies with multi-cultural workforces. Today, DeskAlerts is the internal communications solution of choice for a myriad of the world’s leading companies. With offices in over 130 countries Hapag Lloyd is sure to leverage the new Portuguese interface. Companies such as BP which hold a strong South American presence will also benefit. Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Project Manager explains, “The introduction of different languages to the DeskAlerts interface has proved hugely popular with users across the globe. With Spanish, French and Russian already in place, our developers and market research teams identified Portuguese as a valuable asset for both our current and future client bases.” As an increasing number of companies continue to expand their global presence the DeskAlerts Portuguese interface is well positioned for instant success. To sign up for a free trial of DeskAlerts software, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/ To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the new Portuguese interface is set to enhance workplace productivity across the globe, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com About DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.

Celebrating “Our Future in the Making”

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 26, 2015 It was an evening befitting the largest, oldest, and most diverse community foundation in Colorado. On Wednesday, May 13, The Denver Foundation marked 90 years of impact and ushered in a new era of community-based giving with its Annual Celebration, held at the Seawell Grand Ballroom. Titled “Our Future in the Making,” the event celebrated the donors, leaders, grantees, and volunteers who partner with The Denver Foundation to mobilize resources for good. “If your organization, neighborhood group, or cause has received a grant or any other kind of support from The Denver Foundation this year, please stand up, or wave,” said David Miller, CEO of The Denver Foundation. Hundreds of hands were raised as donors and volunteers applauded. “What you just heard is the sound of our community—each and every one of us working together to improve life in Metro Denver.” The Annual Celebration highlighted the Denver African American Philanthropists (DAAP), which formed at The Denver Foundation’s Annual Celebration in 2012. The first African American men’s giving circle west of the Mississippi River, DAAP is a model of The Denver Foundation’s commitment to engaging philanthropists and building collective impact among communities of color. DAAP presented its 2015 grants to Athletics and Beyond and the Youth Employment Academy, two Denver-based organizations that empower youth to pursue education, career pathways, and positive activities. Two new giving circles, LatinasGive! and SPIN (Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs), were unveiled during the event. Built on the success of DAAP and fortified by a 2014 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, these new giving circles reflect The Denver Foundation’s work to democratize and redefine “philanthropist” by including those who give time, talent, treasure, and testimony. LatinasGive! and SPIN each presented an inaugural gift of $ 10,000 to The Denver Foundation during the Annual Celebration. “With these dollars we will proudly steward organizations that are building a legacy in the Latina community,” said Adrienne Mansanares of LatinasGive!. Miller shared highlights from The Denver Foundation’s 2014 annual report, including: In 2014, Metro Denver residents contributed more than $ 108 million dollars to The Denver Foundation for a wide range of charitable purposes. After opening 61 new funds in 2014, The Denver Foundation now stewards nearly 1,000 funds for individuals, families, businesses, and organizations. The Denver Foundation awarded more than 5,000 grants totaling nearly than $ 67 million dollars to nonprofit organizations and resident groups in Metro Denver, throughout Colorado, and across the United States. The 2014 Annual Report is now available online: 2014report.denverfoundation.org. The program included a musical performance by Denver artist Ian Cooke, who was one of the 2015 recipients of an Art Tank grant from The Denver Foundation’s Arts Affinity Group. Cooke was awarded a grant for his Antiquasairia Project, an educational project that teaches adults and children about the environment through music and the use of life-sized dinosaur puppets. Accompanied by a one of the puppets, Cooke featured a selection from Antiquasauria. The event ended with a premiere screening of “What Community Does,” a new video that tackles the question: What a community can do with the support of a community foundation? Produced by Thaddeus Anderson (2014’s viral Denver video, “Breathless”), with an original poem by Ken Arkind “What Community Does” is available on The Denver Foundation’s website, http://www.denverfoundation.org.

SONGS FOR THE SANGHA by Deva Premal & Miten with Manose

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Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) May 21, 2015 Songs for the Sangha, the latest offering from Deva Premal & Miten with Manose, marks an exploration of fresh musical terrain for the beloved devotional musicians. Ancient Indian texts, sung with effortless artistry by Deva Premal, are finely crafted with her partner Miten’s sensual reggae grooves into pulsing, uplifting, spiritually inspired — and inspiring — anthems. Add into the mix the soaring sound of classical Indian bamboo flute, courtesy of renowned Nepalese bansuri maestro and longtime accompanist Manose, the rock-solid foundation of producer Joby Baker’s bass and drums, and UK keyboard wizard Spencer Cozens’ tasteful, jazz-inflected acoustic piano work and there, in a nutshell, is the new album. Surrounding themselves with three such fine and diversely influenced musicians, Deva Premal & Miten have transformed their sound into a musical magic carpet ride, rendered exquisitely by an elegant five-piece band – their first recording outing with a larger ensemble of players. Deva’s ethereal, velvety voice brings a warm embrace to the venerable chants; that unmistakable voice has carried these healing sounds forward into hearts worldwide for over two decades. Miten offers beautiful songs composed with a depth of feeling and maturity that has grown out of many years spent in meditation communities, while Manose’s exquisite bansuri flutes carry breezes from the temples of his native Nepal that shimmer throughout the album. Meanwhile, Canada’s Grammy-nominated Joby Baker (electric bass/upright bass/drums/guitar/ vocals) and English pianist Spencer Cozens (acoustic piano/keyboards) – noted for his work with John Martyn and Joan Armatrading – help to create a unique soundscape, moving with fearless grace from Western classical music to swampy reggae grooves with rich soul and jazz references. Recorded in a house on Australia’s east coast near Byron Bay, the recording exudes a warm spontaneity – even including some of the natural sounds, such as cicadas, that they heard in the very relaxed and intimate recording environment. Translated from Sanskrit, sangha means “spiritual family,” and the golden thread that runs throughout this recording is a pure sense of harmony, adventure and devotion — qualities for which anyone would be grateful in any family or community, spiritual or otherwise. This new album weaves the ancient Sanskrit mantras into songs celebrating the inner journey, melding many different musical and spiritual traditions in a joyous flow. Songs for the Sangha is a loving invitation to shift away from the daily rush of “doing” into our deeper realms of simply “being.” Play it while driving to work, play it while cooking dinner, play it in the yoga studio, play it in the bedroom, play it in ear buds on city streets; people may wonder why there’s such a radiant smile on your face, but that’s exactly the artists’ intention. The music is there to support as well as to entice the listener. As the Rumi poem featured in the final track says, “Draw near, draw near and I will whisper in your ear, the name whose radiance makes the spheres to dance: OM…” Deva Premal & Miten have been partners in life and music for over twenty years and are widely recognized as the pioneers of Western mantra singing, providing millions of people worldwide with the musical soundtrack for their yoga practice and meditation. With CD sales alone now standing at over 1.5 million copies and digital sales significantly eclipsing that, the artists have touched many people globally through both their music and their extensive live concert tours. Performing in more than two dozen countries almost every year, they also lead popular tantric gatherings in such diverse settings as Corfu, Fiji, and Tulum, Mexico. Deva & Miten have received accolades from such luminaries as best-selling author Eckhart Tolle, who calls their music “pure magic” and Hollywood icon Cher, who cites Deva’s album The Essence as “my favorite CD to do yoga to.” Even His Holiness the Dalai Lama commented on Deva’s voice and music: “beautiful.” Boulder-based White Swan Records, a leader in the devotional and yoga music genre, will release Songs for the Sangha on June 23rd. # # # # # Songs for the Sangha Track Listing 1. Parameshwara Mantra / Deep in Love 2. Sarveshaam Mantra 3. Ganapati Mantra / Strong My Roots 4. Karuna 5. Brahma Gayatri Mantra 6. Guru Mantra 7. Draw Near Draw Near Find More Music Press Releases

Ticketbis donates nearly 14,000 euros to World Vision NGO in collaboration with its users

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(PRWEB UK) 30 April 2015 Madrid, 30 April 2015. Is the growth of a business directly proportional to its capacity to help others? The answer is yes. Aside from doubling their revenues year after year, Ticketbis has managed to collect nearly €14,000 in donations to World Vision, the globe’s largest sponsorship NGO. The quantity donated also doubled from the previous year thanks to collaboration from more than 7,000 Ticketbis users who chose to make micro-donations of €0.75 when purchasing tickets on the platform. The company promised to match the total amount donated by its users. Since 2011, Ticketbis have repeatedly renewed their social responsibility activities by participating in various projects with the aim of benefiting communities across the different continents. “In the same way that our business has a global strategy, we also want our CSR program to have one. We are proud to collaborate in the improvement of quality of life for those in dire situations and, above all, to participate in projects that have an educational approach so that communities in need can become self-sufficient” explains Jon Uriarte, CEO and cofounder of Ticketbis. The system of micro-donations used by Ticketbis is done through Fiiiling and due to the startup’s vast and rapid growth, it has been able to expand the number of social projects done in collaboration with World Vision. According to Marisa García-Tablado, director of World Vision in Spain: “Ticketbis is a key strategic partner for us. We’ve relied on them and their users for the past two years to help us fight poverty and inequality affecting millions of children throughout the world.” The new project which Ticketbis has chosen to expand their CSR program is “Help Philippines” whose mission is to give aid to families that have been affected by the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan. The main needs which World Vision have responded to in this case have been the reconstruction of housing and improving access to basic necessities. In addition, Ticketbis decided to continue collaborating to help those families most affected by the economic crisis in Spain. With this project, which has so far benefited over 8,000 people, World Vision aims to deliver school supplies, personal hygiene kits and household cleaning materials to those in need. Moreover, the startup has also continued their participation in the development of impoverished communities in Bolivia, another project led by World Vision in Latin America.

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