Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Halo Light Graffiti Spray Can

Light Graffiti is truly the urban art of the tech generation.  While the technique dates back to time of Pablo Picasso, it’s tools continue to advance and evolve.  The Halo Light Graffiti Spray Can is the latest of these, a light painting tool reminiscent of a classic spray can.  This glass tube encloses a lighting system and batter, with swappable heads for different colors.  An inspiring work by Aïssa Logerot, these spray cans are the tools of the trade of the hip, up-and-coming urban...
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Consumer Specialty Products Association Names New President and CEO by admin on December 12, 2016 No comments

The Board of Directors of the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) today named Stephen J. Caldeira President and CEO, effective mid-January 2017.  Caldeira was most recently President and CEO of the International Franchise Association, where he grew revenue by over 70 percent, doubled funding for its political action committee, increased the organization’s media profile and vastly expanded its advocacy footprint at all levels of government. CSPA’s current President and CEO Chris Cathcart is retiring after 17 years of successfully growing and expanding the association’s collaborative advocacy...
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How Donald Trump’s EPA Can Reinvigorate U.S. Manufacturing

As President-elect Trump begins planning for ways his administration will reinvigorate American manufacturing, he should consider an unorthodox tool: the Environmental Protection Agency. EPA rules can play a critical role in strengthening American competitiveness by ensuring a level regulatory playing field and fair competition with foreign manufacturers who want access to the U.S. market. A new EPA regulation serves as a good example. Read more...
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