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COMPEL CEOs Member to Exhibit in “Artists United Against Breast Cancer”

From August 30th to October 31, 2015, North Shore Art Guild, Inc., in cooperation with The Village of Port Jefferson, The Port Jefferson Conservancy and Mather Memorial Hospital will be presenting, “Artists United Against Breast Cancer,” an Art exhibition and…
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ROXANNE BROWNING (Chocolate Sommelier) on The Woman’s Connection® w/Barrie Switzen

COMPEL® Member, Roxanne Browning, from Exotic Chocolate Tasting, shares how to taste craft chocolates of single origin with wine on The Woman’s Connection® – Video Link
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COMPEL Member Bruce L Feldman, MD – Stress Tests Miss 86%

Only 5% of the population will have a heart attack this year – but that’s one in 20!  90% of heart attacks are preventable, yet 37% of the people who have a heart attack this year are repeaters – they…
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NEUROMARKETING 101: Selling To The Old Brain – Discover And Trigger The Buy Buttons In Your Customer’s Brain

Christophe Morin (5/12-15/2015) NEUROMARKETING 101: Offers unique insights into how decisions are made by the human brain Describes why the “Old Brain” – also commonly called the “Reptilian Brain” – makes the final decision Unveils the only six stimuli that…
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Meet Jacob Henretta – An Amazing 10 Year Old

Jacob Henretta, COMPEL member Matt Henretta’s 10 year old son, is the captain of Shamrock Shavers, a group of kids who volunteer to shave their heads to raise funds for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. St. Baldrick’s  is a volunteer-driven charity committed to…
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Preparing Your Business Before An Emergency Happens

Review These Tips To Be Ready For An Emergency Article from the Public Service Enterprise Group Long Island (PSEGLINY) Website:https://www.psegliny.com/page.cfm/CustomerService/StormCenter/StormSafetyPrepared/PrepareBusiness When planning for severe weather, remember that not all weather events or other emergencies allow for time to prepare. That’s…
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Speaker Articles: Gil Cargill Whatever You Do, Don’t Do This

The “this” that I’m talking about is the practice that I’ve seen MSPs and IT consultants repeat many times.  Tragically, each repetition costs the MSP and/or IT consultant a ton of cash.  The behavior that I’m talking about is the…
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Speaker Articles: Christophe Morin Neuromarketing 101

NEUROMARKETING:  THE NEW SCIENCE OF HUMAN DECISION MAKING Recent studies show that the average consumer receives nearly 10,000 selling messages a day. Yet how many of these messages successfully reach the part of the brain that decides? Neuromarketing merges Neuroscience…
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COMPEL Member Roxanne Browning Featured in Wine Spectator Magazine

Matchmaking BY OWEN DUGAN Rules tend to breed exceptions, and matching wine and food is no different.  Red goes with meat and white goes with fish, yet Pinot Noir and salmon make a fine pairing.  So in setting up a…
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COMPEL Member Roxanne Browning Launches New Exotic Chocolate Tasting™ Website

If you’re a chocolate connoisseur, I’ve launched my new site that’s a luscious passport around the world of exotic chocolates paired with wines for business socials. Chocolate is the most well-known food that no-one knows much about. After your tour,…
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Speaker Articles: Mitch Gooze Process vs Innovation

Process vs Innovation by Mitchell Gooze Many pundits argue that the current path to competitive advantage is by out-innovating the competition; as opposed to focusing on being more efficient than the competition. The unstated theory being that one of these…
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COMPEL Member Joseph Heaney: LI Engineering Firms Unite Via Acquisition

LI Engineering Firms Unite Via AcquisitionBy: Jacqueline Birzon January 2, 2015 0Oyster Bay-based Walden Associates has reached an agreement to acquire a Valley Stream engineering company in a straight purchase deal that will expand the breadth of company services.On Dec.…
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Accessible Icon Project logoThe final icon, in blue and white, closely similar to the original version but with the body foregrounded, and wheel cutouts to suggest motion.