The uncertainty of the current trade war is threatening to impact the US economy in many ways including, shipping ports, farming, technology and more, too numerous to elaborate in this blog. For, a primer on trade wars read the attached article Trade War Primer. There are 1,300 plus lines
What if I told you that you (Yes, YOU!) could help hundreds, thousands or even millions of people by giving back? Volunteerism has and continues to be the backbone of grassroots movements and affects areas such as health, civil rights, politics and more. While National Volunteer Month just passed (April),
Wakanda, the homeland of Black Panther/T’Challa may be a fictional place, but it’s “power” is very real. Yes, to some ‘Black Panther’ is just another superhero movie. But it is way more than that. The preliminary notes to its importance are the obvious: First Major Superhero of Color
Last week, Newark, NJ based Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership (IFEL) held it’s 10th Annual Next Level Conference and Awards. The attendees were comprised of current and future entrepreneurs. The event had five speakers: Emmet Dennis Jr. (Sundial Brands), Ethan Chazin (The
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wasn’t just a man of peace, he was and is a symbol of hopes and dreams fulfilled. On this MLK day, we would like to revisit a story that highlights the hopes and dreams fulfilled of three innovative, determined and historic
TCGi kept it all the way up with accolades and announcements! With new partnerships and expanded capabilities, our 2017 looks to end on a great note!
October 11th isn’t just a day… it’s a MOVEMENT! Since 2012, October 11th has been established as International Day of the Girl. It started as a call to action for the 1.1 billion girls around the world who are …. Undervalued, under-served, under-educated and underestimated. Without the dreams of a young
Over the last few weeks, and counting, the southeast United States and many Caribbean islands have been devastated by hurricanes and tropical storms. While on the west, wildfires continue to spread. Unfortunately, the predictions for future catastrophes similar to those aforementioned will happen more frequently, and worse, with more vengeance.
TCGi Summer Intern Blog Series #3: Sarah DeAngelis – From Villanova to Cape Town to TCGi and Beyond!
Hi, my name is Sarah DeAngelis. I just graduated in May from Villanova University with majors in Accounting and International Business. This summer, I am assisting TCGi’s Controller, Margaretta Essilfie, in the accounting department. I am enjoying working with the close knit team and developing my technical accounting skills. My