Official geeky Xmas sweaters launches, including Fallout 76, Star Wars, Spyro, Harry Potter, and more

Official geeky Xmas sweaters based on PlayStation, Fallout 76, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Rick & Morty, Sonic the Hedgehog, Spyro the Dragon, Batman, and more!

LONDON, UK, November 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Numskull Designs is incredibly proud to launch its brand new range of official Christmas sweaters, based on your favourite video game, TV show, movie, and comic book brands, available to order today.

Featuring designs based on Adventure Time, Rick & Morty, Harry Potter, Sonic the Hedgehog, Batman, Fallout 76, Spyro the Dragon, Star Wars, and more, Numskull has applied their world famous Xmas touch to a whole new host of beloved franchises.

These new designs compliment the current range of hugely popular, high quality knitted sweaters such as Street Fighter, Crash Bandicoot, Deadpool, Skyrim, and Doctor Who.

The full range includes:
– Adventure Time (2 designs)
– Rick & Morty (2 designs)
– Superman
– Sonic the Hedgehog (2 designs)
– Batman (3 designs)
– Harry Potter (2 designs, 1 LED variant)
– PlayStation (2 designs)
– Spyro the Dragon (1 design)
– Space Invaders (1 design)
– Fallout 76 (1 design)
– Star Wars (7 designs)

The range is now available to order worldwide at http://www.numskull.com/christmas-jumpers-sweaters/

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The 20 Continues Growth, Announces New Hires and Strategic Restructuring

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Leader in MSP Business Development announces executive team appointments and strategic realignment to further drive its growth momentum

These changes will leverage and expand the operational expertise, experience, leadership and industry knowledge of The 20 team as we focus on continued growth.”

— Tim Conkle

PLANO, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In order to strengthen the organization’s executive management team and sustain its strategic business growth trajectory, leading MSP organization, The 20, has announced new appointments and record Q3 financials.

Key changes include the hires of Donna Pebworth as Controller and Crystal McFerran as Senior Vice President of Channel Marketing, and the promotion of Lisa Pool to Senior Vice President of MSP Marketing.

Pebworth brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in various accounting and finance positions. She previously served as Controller for companies including The Gough Group, Brown+Company, Elevate Group Holdings, Spirit International and Urology Clinics of North Texas.

“Donna brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this role,” said Tim Conkle, CEO of The 20. "Her expertise will be instrumental in satisfying the evolving needs of our growing organization and will ultimately contribute to The 20’s ability to achieve our long-term strategic goals.”

The 20’s Marketing Department has been restructured to delineate MSP and Channel marketing.

Lisa Pool has been promoted to SVP of MSP Marketing. She will be responsible for MSP end-client marketing, providing senior oversight of demand generation initiatives and managing The 20’s member marketing program. Having joined The 20 earlier this year, Lisa has been instrumental in building the lead generation department.

Crystal McFerran has joined the company as SVP of Channel Marketing. In this role, McFerran will be heading up the new Channel department to oversee channel development, brand marketing and public relations for the organization.

“Crystal and Lisa are proven leaders and trusted, experienced executives,” said Tim Conkle, CEO of The 20. “Both have worked their way through the ranks and are homegrown talents. I am thrilled for both of them and confident their leadership in these roles will yield outstanding results for The 20 and our partners.”

Pebworth, Pool and McFerran round out The 20’s executive team, which in addition to Tim Conkle as Chief Executive Officer, includes Ciera Cole, Chief Operations Officer, and Jonathan Blakey, Chief Information Officer.

“These changes will leverage and expand the operational expertise, experience, leadership and industry knowledge of The 20 team as we focus on continued growth," said Conkle. "I congratulate Donna, Lisa, and Crystal in their new roles."

About The 20
The 20 is an exclusive business development group for Managed Service Providers (MSP) aimed at dominating and revolutionizing the IT industry with its standardized all-in-one approach. The 20’s robust RMM, PSA, and documentation platform ensures superior service for its MSPs’ clients utilizing their completely US-based Help Desk and Network Operations Center. Extending beyond proven tools and processes, The 20 touts a guaranteed sales model, a community of industry-leaders, and ultimate scalability. To learn more, visit https://www.the20.com/.

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Business Lawyer K Todd Wallace publishes third article in a series about technology & the legal profession

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K. Todd Wallace, Attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana

K. Todd Wallace, Attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana

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As technology reshapes all of modern personal and professional life, the legal profession is no exception.

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In fact, proactive communications with clients may be an effective marketing tool, such as an alert to a client about regulatory actions that are about to affect their business.”

— K. Todd Wallace, Attorney in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — In this third article in his series, noted business attorney K. Todd Wallace discusses the advancements and impact of technology upon the legal profession, and how it is being utilized to enhance the client experience in terms of satisfaction and customer service. As technology reshapes all of modern personal and professional life, the legal profession is no exception.

The complete article will be published on the blog of Kenneth Todd Wallace at http://ktoddwallaceblog.blogspot.com/

Technology is advancing, and the legal profession must keep up with these technological and societal changes. Many of us still remember when they first saw a personal computer, when cell phones became widely available, and when cell phones turned into smart phones that have become indispensable for many.

Incorporating technology into a law practice can make the practice more efficient and increase client satisfaction. In fact, technology may enable the practitioner to exceed client expectations. Here are a few, simple-to-implement options.

Phone Systems

Phone systems have advanced greatly. A wealth of call forwarding technologies enable clients to call a central number to reach an attorney anywhere. Skype enables you to conduct video conference calls during which you can share a screen and exchange documents.

But with phone forwarding, you may even have a remote answering such as Ruby Receptionists (www.callruby.com), which then takes a message or forwards the call to a specified phone number. Other services with great flexibility include Ring Central (www.ringentral.com), Ooma (www.ooma.com) and Jive (www.jive.com).

Suddenly a physical office or geographical distance are less important. It has become almost normal for clients to work with law firms at a greater distance from their home or business location. Having an office close to your clients (or close to the courthouse) is suddenly not as critical.

Mr. Wallace notes that this also benefits clients, as they may decide to hire an attorney whose office is not nearby. It affords clients access to much greater legal talent and improved access to quality representation than was once available to them in smaller towns/markets.

What used to be an in-person consultation can now be done by email or a video conference. Since the number of in-person meetings is reduced, the cost to clients is reduced as well.

Virtual Meetings

Getting together for face-to-face meetings with clients can sometimes be difficult, especially when it includes travel. Skype (www.skype.com) and EZ Talks (www.eztalks.com), www.GoToMeeting.com and other video systems allow you to offer the experience of a live meeting, which can be much more productive and stimulating than a simple phone call, since human beings communicate to large extent non-verbally, through gestures, facial expressions, etc. Numerous Web-conferencing tools provide such visual and human elements of a live meeting. They allow attendees to communicate, collaborate on documents and even give presentations in real time.

In fact, there are free (or almost free) services with a lot of functionality that are useful for sharing and discussing on-screen documents, giving a presentation, recording and chat capabilities.

Client Portals

Online Client Portals are an option especially for a high-volume practice such as bankruptcy or immigration law. Instead of answering innumerable phone calls with questions such as “What is the status of my case?”, the firm offers access to a Portal where clients can see their exact case status in real time. In fact, password-protected portions of a law firm’s website may be a more secure alternative to email. Clients can access their case information day or night, comment on drafts and get updates on court dates. Examples include Practice Panther (www.practicepanther.com) and One Hub (www.onehub.com).

Still somewhat expensive due to the cost and complexity of implementation, client portals will undoubtedly proliferate further as the technology matures.

Social Media

Whether you like it or not, Social Media has become inescapable. Review websites like Yelp! or Avvo list Attorneys regardless and allow anybody to post reviews and comments about one’s practice. Further, Facebook creates “inofficial” Facebook pages for professionals, which in effect may force them to set up actual Facebook pages and join their platform. In many cases, the best option for the legal practitioner may be to embrace Social Media and claim the profile to use and control it to their advantage.

Google Maps – Locations

In past, even small problems like “I cannot find your office” could interrupt a client relationship. No more. Today you can put “Directions” on your website to ensure that all clients can find your office easily when they have to. Google Maps can be customized for clients, and also shows the way to related locations to one’s Practice (i.e. Courthouse, Government Offices, etc.). Google Streetview also can show clients what your office building looks like from the outside.

Case Reminders

Everybody is busy. We all receive too many emails. Thus, many messages get lost in the shuffle. Providing communications or updates via email, text message, or voicemail can remind clients of upcoming appointments, deadlines, court dates, etc.

Sharing Information with Clients

Here at our law firm, at the commencement of services, we fully discuss communication preferences with clients. This includes discussing methods for exchanging confidential information and their preferences for receiving other, general communications.

In fact, proactive communications with clients may be an effective marketing tool, such as an alert to a client about regulatory actions that are about to affect their business.

To be continued.

The complete article will be published on the blog of Todd Wallace at http://ktoddwallaceblog.blogspot.com/

About K. Todd Wallace

Kenneth Todd Wallace is an attorney and founding partner of the law firm Wallace Meyaski LLC. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the legal and business professions with established excellence in trial advocacy, negotiation, strategic and initiative planning, employment law compliance, government relations, mergers and acquisitions, and team building.

References

Law Firm Website: http://www.walmey.com/our-attorneys/k-todd-wallace/
Facebook page of Kenneth Todd Wallace, Attorney at Law:
https://www.facebook.com/kennethtodd.wallace.3
LinkedIn Profile of Kenneth Todd Wallace: https://www.linkedin.com/in/k-todd-wallace-03895358/
Lawyer Profile at: http://lawyers.lawyerlegion.com/louisiana/kenneth-todd-wallace-18001529
Attorney Profile: https://www.lawyers.com/new-orleans/louisiana/kenneth-todd-wallace-604175-a/
Twitter: www.twitter.com – Todd Wallace@tarheeltodd94
News: https://hype.news/k-todd-wallace-attorney-in-new-orleans-louisiana-usa/
News: https://attorneygazette.com/kenneth-todd-wallace
Blog at: http://ktoddwallaceblog.blogspot.com/

*NOTE: The inclusion of a technology or app in this article does not mean an endorsement or approval. The listed technologies are just for illustrative purposes. None of these particular technologies are endorsed or recommended by this author.

K. Todd Wallace, Attorney at Law
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