Don Vicente Martínez Ybor (1819-1896) was a Valencian entrepreneur emigrated to #cuba in the 1930s, where not long after entering the #tobacco industry he founded one of the most famous and distinguished brands of the beautiful #havana : Prince of Wales 1853). But in 1869, as a result of his support for the independentistas and an #economy ruined by the Great War, he had to leave the #island and settle in Key West, at the beginning of times considered "north of Havana" by the authorities Spanish colonies. By 1873 Martínez Ybor became the second producer of the key to send 10,200,000 units to the #market . Photo: jaberni-coleccionismo-vitolas.com #smoke#factory#key
So excited to attend the Women Entrepreneurship Week event at #montclairstate for the second year in a row. Great speakers in the line up: KJ Miller from @mentedcosmetics and a dear colleague #alfademellash of @risingtidecapital
Certi legami che ci vincolano a volte sono impossibili da spiegare.
Ci uniscono anche quando sembra che si debbano spezzare, sfidano le distanze e il tempo e la logica, perché quando ti conobbi 15 anni fa mai avrei potuto pensare di essere al tuo fianco in uno dei giorni più importanti della tua vita, nonostante le diverse strade intraprese e le circostanze che non hanno permesso di frequentarci per diversi anni...che soddisfazione amica mia 💜 ti meriti tutto questo e tanto altro di più! 🍀
CONGRATULAZIONI DOTT.SSA VERDIANI 👩🏻🎓👏🏼🌹 #graduated#graduationday#economy
The other night stumbled upon a book I had been searching for now for a few years. It provides a glimpse into the economic and political times of the 1920s through 1950s. One of the first pages I turned to was "The World We Face." I couldn't help but compare this world in 1960 to our world today. It's a scary thought, but I believe it is one that we can and will overcome!
The system is designed to make you earn just what is enough, plus a slow little compensation for you to think your actually growing... while the glass of those in the top is growing faster and faster...
credits to the owner of the awesome illustration..
While you may not have noticed it in your home state or city, the officially poverty rate in the United States has actually managed to recover back to pre-recession levels back in 2016. Despite the gains we've experienced as a country, there is still much more to be done to help those who are truly in poverty. Learn more today on GradMoney -- LINK IN BIO
"Iraqis have repeatedly told us that they cannot go home as long as the minimum requirements for life there are not met. The #economy must be revitalised in addition to the provision and existence of #water , #hospitals and #schools in the city." Melany Markham, our media coordinator in Iraq tells Mayssoun Azzam from Al Arabiya. #Mosul#Iraq @nrc_norway @mayssounazzam @alarabiya
Concerned about trans-fatty acids in your food? Punjung assures that our #palmoil products have been reformulated to eliminate all trans-fatty acids without compromising on quality. Hear from her at goldenagri.com.sg/extraordinaryeveryday (link in profile) #meetthemakers#everydayGAR#palmoil#sustainability