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MENA Cosmetic Skin Care Market: Overview In terms of revenue, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market is expected to register a CAGR of 8.0% during the forecast period, 2016–2024. The primary objective of the report is to offer insights on the market dynamics that can influence growth of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market over the forecast period. Insights on key trends, drivers, restraints, value forecasts and opportunities for companies operating in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market are presented in the report. Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/4885787/ The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market is expected to witness significant growth rate in terms of value owing to rise in cosmetic and aesthetic procedures and increase in demand for premium. Moreover, growing aging population, rise in disposable income, heavy research and development in cosmetic skin care products, and change in lifestyle are creating high potential growth opportunities for players operating in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market. Revenue from the cosmetic skin care market in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is expected to expand at the relatively higher CAGR due to increasing outbound medical tourism and rising demand for skin care products in the region. To understand and assess opportunities in this market, the report offers market forecast on the basis of product type and distribution channels in Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The report provides analysis of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market in terms of market value (US$ Mn) and volume (In number of procedures). MENA Cosmetic Skin Care Market: Key Segments The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market is segmented on the basis of product type: Anti-Aging Skin Whitening Sensitive Skin Anti-Acne Dry Care Bath & Shower Intimate Hygiene Others The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market is segmented on the basis of various distribution channels: Super Markets and Hyper Markets Departmental Stores and Convenience Stores Spas Pharmacies Others The report begins with the market definition, followed by overview of the different product types and various distribution channels. The market dynamics section includes TMR's analysis on key trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities and macro-economic factors influencing the growth of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market. MENA Cosmetic Skin Care Market: Scope of the Report Next, the report analyses the market on the basis of regions and presents forecast in terms of value for the next 10 years. In addition, we have considered Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) growth to understand the predictability of the market and identify growth opportunities for companies operating in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market. Another key feature of this report is the analysis of key segments in terms of absolute dollar opportunity. This is usually overlooked, while forecasting the market. However, absolute dollar opportunity is critical for assessing the level of opportunity that a provider can look to achieve, as well as to identify potential resources from a sales and delivery perspective for products offered through cosmetic skin care in Middle East and North Africa (MENA). To understand key segments in terms of their growth and performance in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market, Transparency market research has developed a market attractiveness index. The resulting index would help providers identify existing market opportunities. In the final section of the report, a 'competitive landscape' has been included to provide a dashboard view of key companies operating in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market. This section is primarily designed to provide clients with an objective and detailed comparative assessment of key providers specific to a market segment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market and the potential players. However, this section also includes market strategies and SWOT analysis of the main players operational in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market. Detailed profiles of players operating in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market are also included in the scope of the report to evaluate their long- and short-term strategies. Companies Mentioned in the Report Key players included in this report are Shiseido Company, Limited, The Estée Lauder Companies Inc., Beiersdorf AG, The Body Shop International plc., THALGO COSMETIC GmbH, Natura Bissé International, S.A., The Aromatherapy Company, L'Oreal Group, ESPA International Ltd., Éminence Organic Skin Care, Pevonia Global, Shiffa Dubai Skin Care Cosmetics LLC, Ascendis.co.za., Unilever, Guinot S.A., Laboratories IPRAD, SkinMedica Inc., and Obagi Medical Products, Inc., among others. Middle East and North Africa (MENA) cosmetic skin care market has been segmented as follows: Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Cosmetic Skin Care Market, By Product Type Anti-Aging Skin Whitening Sensitive Skin Anti-Acne Dry Care Bath & Shower Intimate Hygiene Others Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Cosmetic Skin Care Market, By Distribution Channel Super Markets and Hyper Markets Departmental Stores and Convenience Stores Spas Pharmacies Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/4885787/ About Reportbuyer Reportbuyer is a leading industry intelligence solution that provides all market research reports from top publishers http://www.reportbuyer.com For more information: Sarah Smith Research Advisor at Reportbuyer.com Email: query@reportbuyer.com Tel: +44 208 816 85 48 Website: www.reportbuyer.com To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cosmetic-skin-care-market---middle-east-and-north-africa-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2016---2024-300453659.html


News Article | May 18, 2017
Site: www.rdmag.com

WCS scientists have discovered a refuge for corals where the environment protects otherwise sensitive species to the increasing severity of climate change. The bad news is that the reefs are showing signs of being overfished and weak compliance with local fisheries laws needs to be reversed to maintain the fish that help to keep reefs healthy. The scientists describe their findings in the journal Ecosphere. The authors say reefs located in northern Mozambique and the Quirimbas Islands supports two types of refuges and a gradient of environments that create the potential for corals to adapt to climate change. The first refuge is an environment that has enough variability for corals to adapt but lacks temperature extremes that would kill them. A second is deeper, cooler water but with the full spectrum of light that allows many species to thrive and avoid heat stress. The second refuge area is associated with shipping channels that support coastal people and centers of heavy fishing. The authors found that many nearby reefs were not fished sustainably and fishers were therefore migrating to the second refuge to find profitable fishing. Identifying climate-resistant reefs, called “Reefs of Hope,” is a high priority among conservation groups as corals are collapsing globally due to higher water temperatures. The authors found warning signs of overfishing including small fishes, reduced numbers of species and the increasing occurrence of sea urchins and algae growth. Sea urchins can damage corals if not controlled by predators such as triggerfish, while algae can suffocate corals unless kept in check by grazing fish species. The authors recommend that these coral refuge areas maintain a fish biomass of greater than 500 kilograms per hectare, which, as previously published WCS research shows, is the threshold to maintain ecological functions while sustaining local fisheries. Said Tim McClanahan, WCS Senior Conservation Zoologist and lead author of the study: “Northern Mozambique Quirimbas reefs have a variety of refugia, environmental variability, and high diversity that give these reefs a high potential to adapt to rapid climate change.  If this region is to provide adaptive potential to climate change, fishing at a sustainable level and maintaining reef fish biomass, life histories, and functions is a high priority.” Management recommendations include gear restrictions and closing certain areas to fishing, and  enforcing regulations in the Quirimbas National Park, which was established many years ago, but has failed to implement restrictions. Research is showing that properly managing marine protected areas (MPAs) continues to remain a challenge due to insufficient personnel and expenditures needed to enforce management. Another recent WCS-co-authored study said widespread lack of personnel and funds are preventing MPAs from reaching their full potential. Global awareness continues to grow about the immediate threats facing coral reef ecosystems, as is a global commitment to address those threats. Last February, at the Economist World Ocean Summit in Bali, Indonesia, the ‘50 Reefs’ initiative was launched by the Global Change Institute of the University of Queensland and the Ocean Agency. The initiative brings together leading ocean, climate and marine scientists to develop a list of the 50 most critical coral reefs to protect, while leading conservation practitioners are working together to establish the best practices to protect these reefs. This work was supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the US Agency for International Development; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Mozambique; and the Sustainable Poverty Alleviation from Coastal Ecosystem Services (SPACES) NE-K010484-1 which is funded by the UK Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) program. ESPA is funded by the UK Department for International Development, the Economic and Social Research Council, and the Natural Environment Research Council. WCS’s efforts to protect marine biodiversity around the world will help inform the upcoming UN Ocean Conference. The conference will be convened by the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, June 5-9, 2017, and will support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 to conserve and sustainably use marine resources and to protect the world’s oceans and seas.


News Article | May 17, 2017
Site: www.eurekalert.org

MOMBASA, KENYA (May 17, 2017) - WCS scientists have discovered a refuge for corals where the environment protects otherwise sensitive species to the increasing severity of climate change. The bad news is that the reefs are showing signs of being overfished and weak compliance with local fisheries laws needs to be reversed to maintain the fish that help to keep reefs healthy. The scientists describe their findings in the journal Ecosphere. The authors say reefs located in northern Mozambique and the Quirimbas Islands supports two types of refuges and a gradient of environments that create the potential for corals to adapt to climate change. The first refuge is an environment that has enough variability for corals to adapt but lacks temperature extremes that would kill them. A second is deeper, cooler water but with the full spectrum of light that allows many species to thrive and avoid heat stress. The second refuge area is associated with shipping channels that support coastal people and centers of heavy fishing. The authors found that many nearby reefs were not fished sustainably and fishers were therefore migrating to the second refuge to find profitable fishing. Identifying climate-resistant reefs, called "Reefs of Hope," is a high priority among conservation groups as corals are collapsing globally due to higher water temperatures. The authors found warning signs of overfishing including small fishes, reduced numbers of species and the increasing occurrence of sea urchins and algae growth. Sea urchins can damage corals if not controlled by predators such as triggerfish, while algae can suffocate corals unless kept in check by grazing fish species. The authors recommend that these coral refuge areas maintain a fish biomass of greater than 500 kilograms per hectare, which, as previously published WCS research shows, is the threshold to maintain ecological functions while sustaining local fisheries. Said Tim McClanahan, WCS Senior Conservation Zoologist and lead author of the study: "Northern Mozambique Quirimbas reefs have a variety of refugia, environmental variability, and high diversity that give these reefs a high potential to adapt to rapid climate change. If this region is to provide adaptive potential to climate change, fishing at a sustainable level and maintaining reef fish biomass, life histories, and functions is a high priority." Management recommendations include gear restrictions and closing certain areas to fishing, and enforcing regulations in the Quirimbas National Park, which was established many years ago, but has failed to implement restrictions. Research is showing that properly managing marine protected areas (MPAs) continues to remain a challenge due to insufficient personnel and expenditures needed to enforce management. Another recent WCS-co-authored study said widespread lack of personnel and funds are preventing MPAs from reaching their full potential. Global awareness continues to grow about the immediate threats facing coral reef ecosystems, as is a global commitment to address those threats. Last February, at the Economist World Ocean Summit in Bali, Indonesia, the '50 Reefs' initiative was launched by the Global Change Institute of the University of Queensland and the Ocean Agency. The initiative brings together leading ocean, climate and marine scientists to develop a list of the 50 most critical coral reefs to protect, while leading conservation practitioners are working together to establish the best practices to protect these reefs. This work was supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the US Agency for International Development; World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Mozambique; and the Sustainable Poverty Alleviation from Coastal Ecosystem Services (SPACES) NE-K010484-1 which is funded by the UK Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) program. ESPA is funded by the UK Department for International Development, the Economic and Social Research Council, and the Natural Environment Research Council. WCS's efforts to protect marine biodiversity around the world will help inform the upcoming UN Ocean Conference. The conference will be convened by the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, June 5-9, 2017, and will support the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 14 to conserve and sustainably use marine resources and to protect the world's oceans and seas.


Le système de qualification EuropeSpa a été conçu via une initiative de l'European Spas Association (ESPA). C'est aujourd'hui le système officiel de certification de la qualité de la ESPA pour les spas médicaux et le bien-être. EuropeSpa encourage une orientation résolument technique ainsi que la transparence sur le marché européen du spa médical et du bien-être. Elle promeut des prestataires de services européens fiables et offre aux visiteurs une garantie de haute qualité des services, à un niveau qui satisfait les critères professionnels. Le complexe des bains et piscines de Széchenyi, lauréat du Hungarian Quality Product Award (prix du produit hongrois de qualité) et nommé Meilleur établissement thermal médical par le Medical Travel Awards 2016 de l'International Medical Travel Journal, est l'un des plus grands complexes thermaux en Europe. Les eaux médicinales de l'établissement, construit entre 1909 et 1913 dans le style néo-classique, sont puisées à une profondeur de 1 246 mètres, la température étant de 76 °C. On peut voir actuellement une maquette de cet édifice dans l'exposition « Mini Europe » qui se tient à Bruxelles, dans la partie consacrée à la Hongrie. Le billet d'entrée inclut différentes prestations de bien-être en plus des services de balnéothérapie traditionnels. L'établissement accueille plus de 1 500 000 personnes par an, augmentant le nombre de visiteurs internationaux venus notamment d'Europe de l'Est (Russie, Ukraine, Turquie, Kazakhstan), et maintenant le nombre de visiteurs d'Europe de l'Ouest (France, Italie, Espagne et Royaume-Uni notamment). 60 % des touristes qui visitent Budapest viennent se détendre dans l'un de ces superbes bains historiques. Budapest est l'une des villes les plus attractives et intéressantes d'Europe centrale et orientale et l'une des rares capitales du monde où l'on trouve des sources thermales. La ville mérite donc bien son nom de Capitale mondiale du spa et les bains sont une expérience incontournable d'un séjour à Budapest.


The EuropeSpa qualification system was developed through an initiative of the European Spas Association (ESPA). Today it is the ESPA's official quality system for medical spa and wellness. EuropeSpa provides technically profound orientation and transparency in the European market for medical spa and wellness, promoting reliable service providers among the European thermal baths and providing visitors a guarantee of high quality of services at a level that meets the professional standards. Széchenyi Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool, winner of the Hungarian Quality Product Award and named the Best International Medical Thermal Bath by the International Medical Travel Journal's Medical Travel Awards 2016, is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe. Built in a classicist style between 1909 and 1913, the medicinal waters of the bath are sourced from a depth of 1,246 metres, its temperature being 76 °C. A model of this building can currently be seen at the "Mini Europe" exhibition in Brussels as part of Hungary's contribution. The entrance ticket includes a number of wellness services in addition to the traditional balneological services. The bath welcomes over 1,500,000 guests a year, increasing the number of international visitors especially from Eastern Europe (Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Kazahstan), and maintaining the number of visitors from Western Europe, such as France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. The 60% of tourists visiting Budapest are eager to relax in one of the beautiful, historical baths. Budapest is one of the most attractive and exciting cities in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the few capitals in the world where thermal springs can be found, so the city is called the Spa Capital of the World for a good reason and no visit to Budapest is complete without winding-down in one of the baths.


The EuropeSpa qualification system was developed through an initiative of the European Spas Association (ESPA). Today it is the ESPA's official quality system for medical spa and wellness. EuropeSpa provides technically profound orientation and transparency in the European market for medical spa and wellness, promoting reliable service providers among the European thermal baths and providing visitors a guarantee of high quality of services at a level that meets the professional standards. Széchenyi Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool, winner of the Hungarian Quality Product Award and named the Best International Medical Thermal Bath by the International Medical Travel Journal's Medical Travel Awards 2016, is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe. Built in a classicist style between 1909 and 1913, the medicinal waters of the bath are sourced from a depth of 1,246 metres, its temperature being 76 °C. A model of this building can currently be seen at the "Mini Europe" exhibition in Brussels as part of Hungary's contribution. The entrance ticket includes a number of wellness services in addition to the traditional balneological services. The bath welcomes over 1,500,000 guests a year, increasing the number of international visitors especially from Eastern Europe (Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Kazahstan), and maintaining the number of visitors from Western Europe, such as France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom. The 60% of tourists visiting Budapest are eager to relax in one of the beautiful, historical baths. Budapest is one of the most attractive and exciting cities in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the few capitals in the world where thermal springs can be found, so the city is called the Spa Capital of the World for a good reason and no visit to Budapest is complete without winding-down in one of the baths.


Grant
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-TP | Phase: EeB.NMP.2012-3 | Award Amount: 3.89M | Year: 2012

Due to barriers that exist in when considering the sustainability of the built environment, optimising energy efficiency in buildings is often a management issue and not one of design. In many cases, it is the organisation responsible for the building that makes the decision with respect to where best to invest their limited resources. For this reason, decision support tools, providing information with respect to a buildings energy consumption and methods for implementation and incentivisation of the solutions, benefiting all stakeholders involved are required. UMBRELLA will address this issue through the development of an innovative, web-based decision-support application, which provides common independent evaluation tools built around new and adaptable business models. The interface will use guided navigation to ascertain key information from users such as: key stakeholders; building location; building type; new or retrofit build; owner objectives and preferences e.g. energy efficiency, carbon and budget requirements etc. Business models, specific to the project and stakeholders will then be provided through the online dynamic web portal, which will allow users to explore and optimise different business models and the relating implications and recommendations for interventions to their specified building. This can be applied to any building at any stage of design or use. The UMBRELLA project will target 2% of the EU building stock within 5 years of commercialisation of project deliverables. This will result in an increase in the market share of energy efficient solutions of 15% within 5 years, resulting in reductions of 3.096Mtoe per year. The UMBRELLA deliverables will be demonstrated in 4 regional flagship projects located in the UK, Italy, Spain and Poland. Finally, the SME and industrial content of the consortium is high, with 7 out of the 10 partners belonging to an SME organisation and 8 of the 10 partners belonging to an industrial organisation


News Article | December 8, 2016
Site: www.businesswire.com

SUNNY ISLES BEACH, Flórida.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Estates at Acqualina, o mais novo e altamente esperado empreendimento residencial no valor de $ 1,5 bilhões, revela hoje o conceito visual do saguão de Karl Lagerfeld criado para o seu empreendimento residencial ultra-luxuoso localizado em Sunny Isles Beach em Miami, nas mesmas terras do resort classificado na lista Forbes Cinco Estrelas (Five Star Forbes) e pertencente à categoria AAA Five Diamond, o Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach. O conceito visual foi feito para o saguão da Torre Sul, também conhecida como 777 Via Acqualina, prevista para ser concluída em 2020. Da mesma forma, uma segunda Torre Norte, com um saguão diferente que também foi desenhado por Karl Lagerfeld está prevista para ser concluída. The Estates at Acqualina é o primeiro projeto de condomínio dos Estados Unidos a envolver um designer icônico. “Os saguões do The Estates at Acqualina irão "preparar o palco" do endereço mais prestigiado e elegante da América", disse Jules Trump, incorporador do The Estates at Acqualina. "Serão encontrados materiais preciosos e raros, artesanato delicado, um estilo inquestionável e sofisticado. Você também encontrará detalhes inesperados e caprichados que trazem um frisson de entusiasmo e deleite. Este é um dos talentos supremos de Lagerfeld, pois ele sabe criar de um modo considerado tanto eterno como do momento presente, tudo de uma só vez.” A visão de Karl Lagerfeld para ambos os saguões combina arquitetura clássica e arte contemporânea. Para a Torre Sul, imagens fotográficas de fontes e arcos romanos, que foram tiradas pelo próprio Karl Lagerfeld, serão gravadas em grandiosos painéis de parede, telas instaladas no teto e clarabóias. Estas imagens, juntamente com uma fonte espetacular funcionando no centro do saguão, reverberam as vistas expansivas de frente para o mar que cercam o The Estates. Tais imagens também evocam uma praça romana tradicional, que, como o saguão, também funciona como um ponto de encontro comunitário para os residentes. Paletas com tons de azul cerúleo, branco, prata e cinza, com tons de rosa pálido representam um aceno para os residentes locais de Miami no The Estates. Os pisos terão metais embutidos martelados, tapetes exclusivos, decorados com moisaicos de azulejos, dando um toque único. A construção do The Estates at Acqualina ocorrerá em duas fases que começam no final de 2017. A fase I incluirá a Torre Sul, com 152 unidades, e a Villa Acqualina, um complexo com comodidades somente para residentes em uma área de mais de 4 mil metros quadrados. A Villa Acqualina oferecerá aos seus hóspedes comodidades luxuosas e sem precedentes, incluindo um Circus Maximus, boliche, um spa e um fitness center, um bar com passagem secreta para festas secretas e um restaurante de classe mundial com vista panorâmica do Oceano Atlântico. A Torre Norte, também conhecida como 888 Via Acqualina, será construída na Fase II e oferecerá 92 unidades. No total, o The Estates at Acqualina contará com 244 unidades. Após serem concluídas, cada propriedade receberá móveis prontos, sendo equipadas com os melhores eletrodomésticos, bancadas de pedra importadas, tecnologia de casa inteligente e tetos altos. A maioria das suítes master contará com banheiros para ele e para ela, com bancadas de onyx importadas e paredes e pisos de mármore, um chuveiro que pulveriza vapor, uma banheira independente separada da parede, um chuveiro com vista para o mar, coordenando ainda vestiários individuais com armários para ele e para ela. Os 5,6 acres de terrenos e jardins do The Estates ostentam jardins paisagísticos exuberantes, várias piscinas com borda infinita, um simulador de ondas FlowRider® para surfistas, uma quadra de basquete, uma quadra de bocha, um parque para cães, campo de futebol, um restaurante à beira-mar e uma área de mais de 150 metros de frente para o oceano Atlântico com praia cinco estrelas e serviços de piscina. Serviços de manobristas 24 horas, serviços de segurança 24 horas, um serviço completo de concierge para residentes e um Rolls-Royce da casa também ficarão à disposição. Aqueles que adquirirem o The Estates terão acesso ao seu vizinho Acqualina Resort & Spa, classificado na lista Forbes Cinco Estrelas e na categoria AAA Five Diamond, além de fazer parte do topo da lista de hotéis de frente para o mar da TripAdvisor dos Estados Unidos Continental sendo ainda o resort para famílias com praia e spa número 1 no mundo no guia Andrew Harper. Os visitantes poderão usufruir de serviços luxuosos e personalizados do hotel, incluindo serviços diários de limpeza, refeições no quarto, programação para crianças, serviços de babá e creche, cuidados com animais de estimação, lavagem a seco e serviços de lavandaria, serviços de limosine, acesso ao spa ESPA e jantar nos dois restaurantes gourmet, Il Mulino NY e AQ by Acqualina. Os valores das residências no The Estates at Acqualina vão de $ 3,8 a $ 9,5 milhões até $ 29 milhões para coberturas. Endereço da galeria de vendas: 17895 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida; Telefone: 305.933.6666; Site: www.EstatesAtAcqualina.com GSF Acquisition, LLC, uma afiliada da Eddie and Jules Trump, parte do The Trump Group, é a incorporadora e proprietária do The Estates at Acqualina. A incorporadora foi responsável pela construção de várias propriedades residenciais luxuosas, desde 1985, com a criação da Williams Island, na seleta cidade de Aventura, na Flórida. Esse complexo de oito arranha-céus, uma charmosa vila mediterrânea e um conjunto de comodidades de resort e clubes foi um dos primeiros empreendimentos desse tipo no sul da Flórida. Seu portfólio de empreendimentos inclui o Acqualina Resort & Spa em Sunny Isles Beach, The Mansions at Acqualina e Luxuria Residences, um condomínio de luxo à beira-mar, em Boca Raton, além de vários outros investimentos e empreendimentos imobiliários na Califórnia. A visão do Trump Group para o The Estates at Acqualina foi a de criar um estilo de vida único que o destacasse do resto do mundo. Acqualina é uma marca icônica, que está transformando o horizonte do sul da Flórida para sempre, graças a um enclave residencial cuja beleza, luxo e serviços a colocam em uma categoria exclusiva na escala mundial. O texto no idioma original deste anúncio é a versão oficial autorizada. 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News Article | November 15, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

Corinthia Hotel London está organizando Neuroscience in Residence de un año, por primera vez en un hotel, para estudiar el cerebro humano. Entre noviembre de 2016 y diciembre de 2017, el hotel de lujo de cinco estrellas en Whitehall Place del centro de Londres se ha asociado con la reconocida neurocientífica Dra. Tara Swart. Ella investigará la resistencia mental de una selección de personal del hotel y huéspedes fieles del hotel. Un análisis de cómo se enfrentan al estrés generará un Brain Power Study especial al final de la residencia. Todos los participantes serán asesorados sobre cómo estimular el cerebro para maximizar su potencial, en el trabajo y en la casa cubriendo sueño, hidratación, dieta, ejercicio y atención plena. Tara también dará cuatro charlas durante todo el año, explicando cómo la ciencia del cerebro se puede aplicar a temas tales como política, tecnología y negocios. Se abordará por qué psicópatas, narcisistas y sociópatas a menudo ocupan salas de reuniones de empresa. La neurociencia está a la vanguardia de la investigación sobre cómo el cerebro afecta al comportamiento y función cognitiva; está cambiando fundamentalmente nuestra comprensión de cómo funciona el cerebro y por qué la gente se comporta así. El trabajo de vanguardia de Tara ayuda a líderes de algunas de las más exitosas compañías del mundo a aprovechar una ventaja competitiva por entender y mejorar la condición física de su cerebro, logrando así resistencia mental y rendimiento cerebral. Los huéspedes y visitantes del Corinthia Hotel London durante la residencia de 13 meses pueden optimizar su rendimiento de energía del cerebro por muestreo del Brain Power Package especialmente creado. El paquete alimenta el cerebro con un menú de nutrientes esenciales que ayudan a crear, proteger y reparar las células del cerebro; hidrata el cerebro con una selección de Brain Power Drinks para ayudar al funcionamiento mental; deleitar los sentidos con un Mindful Massage de dos horas con Yoga Nidra en el spa ESPA Life del hotel. Esto está diseñado para ayudar a reducir el estrés y mejorar la atención a través de técnicas de respiración y visualización; y ayudar a que el sistema glimfático del cerebro - el sistema de separación de residuos del cerebro - haga su trabajo esencial durante la noche mediante la creación de las condiciones en las habitaciones para dormir tranquilo. La Dra. Tara Swart es una neurocientífica, formadora de liderazgo, autora galardonada, profesora en el MIT Boston y doctora en medicina. Es la única formadora de liderazgo de primer nivel con un doctorado en neurociencia y una carrera médica como psiquiatra. Para más información, visite corinthia.com/london o visite Twitter @corinthialondon o Instagram @corinthialondon


News Article | November 15, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

Corinthia Hotel London is staging a year-long Neuroscience in Residence, a first for any hotel, to study the human brain. Running between November 2016 and December 2017, the five-star luxury hotel in central London's Whitehall Place has teamed up with renowned neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart. She will research the mental resilience of a selection of hotel staff and loyal business guests of the hotel. An analysis of how they cope with stress will generate a special Brain Power Study at the end of the residency. All participants will be given brain-boosting advice on how to maximise their potential, at work and at home covering sleep, hydration, diet, exercise and mindfulness. Tara will also give four talks throughout the year, explaining how the science of the brain can be applied to topics such as politics, technology and business. One will tackle why psychopaths, narcissists and sociopaths often occupy company boardrooms. Neuroscience is in the vanguard of research into how the brain impacts behaviour and cognitive function; it is fundamentally changing our understanding of how the brain works and why people behave the way they do. Tara's cutting-edge work helps leaders of some of the world's most successful companies get a competitive edge by understanding and improving the physical condition of their brains, thus achieving mental resilience and peak brain performance. Guests and visitors to Corinthia Hotel London during the 13-month residency can optimise their brain power performance by sampling a specially-created Brain Power Package. The package nourishes the brain with a menu of essential nutrients that help create, protect and repair brain cells; hydrates the brain with a selection of Brain Power Drinks to help mental functioning; indulges the five senses with a two-hour Mindful Massage with Yoga Nidra at the hotel's ESPA Life spa. This is designed to help reduce stress and enhance focus through breathing and visualisation techniques; and helps the brain's glymphatic system - the waste clearance system of the brain - do its essential night-time work by creating conditions in guest bedrooms for undisturbed sleep. Dr Tara Swart is a neuroscientist, leadership coach, award-winning author, Senior Lecturer at MIT Boston and medical doctor. She is the only top-tier leadership coach with both a PhD in neuroscience and a medical career as a psychiatrist. For more information, visit corinthia.com/london or visit Twitter @corinthialondon or Instagram @corinthialondon

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