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Our Story Wins the Third Season of the “FedEx Junior Business Challenge”

Posted by fidest press agency su domenica, 25 agosto 2019

On the eve of play teeing off at the PGA TOUR’s TOUR Championship and FedExCup Playoffs Finale, Junior Achievement (JA) students from across the United States competed in the finals of the FedEx Junior Business Challenge held at the tournament’s host site, East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. The three JA student companies that participated in the finals secured their spots by winning each of their individual qualifying events, which were hosted at PGA TOUR tournaments throughout the summer. At the event, the JA student companies pitched original business ideas, with Our Story from JA of the Chisholm Trail being selected as the winner and recipient of a $75,000 donation from FedEx to their JA chapter. Our Story is a motivational journal company for teens that helps to reduce anxiety and stress.JA student companies participating in the finals presented to a judging panel consisting of Steve Smith (NBA Champion and All-Star), Tommy Fleetwood (PGA TOUR player and FedExCup Finals participant), Ian Finnis (Tommy Fleetwood’s Caddy) Ryan Lane (founder of Dream Beard and FedEx Small Business Grant recipient) and Laura Neal (Senior Vice President Media Content and Communications, PGA TOUR. The judging panel evaluated each company’s ability to deliver a compelling pitch, create a succinct visual presentation and connect their business concept to innovation, sustainability, job creation or the trade industry.

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Overcoming Hair Loss and Wildfires, An Inspiring Theradome Story

Posted by fidest press agency su lunedì, 27 Mag 2019

When Emily Scher noticed that her hair was thinning and falling out, she did what so many women do when faced with a problem – she took action and found a solution. And when the deadly California wildfires brought destruction to her Malibu community, she did not let that stop her.We are so excited to share Emily’s story with you to not only show that hair restoration is possible, but also the power of her resilience.Emily’s Hair Loss Treatment: PRP Injections and Theradome Laser Hair Therapy. While exploring options to stop and reverse her hair loss, Emily heard about a treatment called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. She found a local medi-spa that offered the therapy and they explained how the treatment worked, and why it is most effective when paired with low-level laser therapy (LLLT).PRP treatments involve injecting the scalp with platelet-rich plasma drawn from your own blood, in order to increase the nutrient-rich blood supply to hair follicles and spur hair growth. Laser hair growth therapy also works to stimulate hair follicles but by delivering a concentrated dose of energy with a precise wavelength of light.In order to maximize her success and get the best results possible, the medi-spa where Emily received her PRP treatments recommended that she purchase a Theradome laser hair growth helmet and use it the day after each of her sessions.For six months Emily received PRP injections and used her Theradome helmet, until the fire came.

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The Story of Nauticus, a New Global Digital Financial Platform

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 11 aprile 2019

Melbourne based fintech Nauticus is the shared vision of two old friends, licensed accountant Bryan Ng and former ANZ banker Jonathan Chang.Over months of late night conversations in 2016, they sketched out a vision of using blockchain to help provide universal access to low cost financial services and technologies, to enable everyone around the world to realise their financial goals.These financial goals don’t have to be lofty – they can be as simple as sending money to your family overseas without incurring high money transfer costs. Or they can be as ambitious as launching an Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) or tokenizing shares or real estate assets as a Security Token Offering (STO).
Ng and Chang launched a successful ICO in 2018 and amassed a 50,000 strong social media community. Trading on the regulated and secure platform began in the fourth quarter of last year. It now offers 16 digital currencies and AUD with additional currencies being added regularly. With 282,000 registered accounts in 84 countries around the world, Nauticus is well on its way to becoming Australia’s first globally digital financial platform. The leadership team draws talent from National Australia Bank (AUS), ANZ (AUS), Goldman Sachs (UK), Bank of Melbourne (AUS), Accenture (USA), News Corp (AUS) and Telstra (AUS).
An intuitive mobile app will offer low cost, borderless money transfer and foreign currency trading in late 2019. And, as the representative of an Australian Financial Services Licensee, Nauticus empowered to tokenize assets in the form of STOs. It intends to launch trading in securities at the beginning of 2020. Nauticus is targeting $25 million in its equity raise, to supercharge the business and onboard 2.9 million users by 2022. The funds will support an extensive cross-platform marketing spend, securing cross jurisdiction banking and financial licenses and expanding the team internationally.

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Creating your own success story with a new Global MBA

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 11 gennaio 2017

university-of-londonLondon. A new Global MBA, developed around an extensive range of specialisms in Law, Finance, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Accountancy and Leadership, has been launched by the University of London and Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).The Global MBA comes with professional accreditations from major international bodies, including the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), allowing students to present themselves for professional recognition on successful completion of the award. A significant feature of the programme is a business simulation enabling students to apply key concepts to real world problems.This innovative award has been designed specifically for career professionals, and provides considerable flexibility in both mode and place of study, while offering students four entry and examination points per year. This will help students to successfully combine work and study. Learning materials and online tools, specially designed for the Global MBA, will equip students to understand and address the enormous challenges that face today’s global business leaders.Professor Sir Adrian Smith FRS, Vice-Chancellor, University of London, said: ‘This is a very exciting new programme being delivered through the University of London. It’s current, it’s relevant, and it meets the needs of career professionals and employers in a broad range of sectors.’ He added: ‘This programme is also unique in that we have collaborated with professional organisations of the highest londrainternational standing. These organisations will provide our students with huge benefits by securing their ongoing personal and professional development.’ Dr Mary Stiasny OBE, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), University of London, said: ‘With the academic expertise provided by an internationally acclaimed faculty from QMUL, and our experience in delivering quality academic awards across the world since 1858, we believe this programme will enrich the working lives of the diverse array of professionals who choose to enrol on this programme, and their employers across the world.’ Professor Ioannis Kokkoris, Programme Director for the Global MBA, QMUL, said: ‘Whether it is the case of advancing your career, switching to another industry or starting your own business – the University of London Global MBA will give you the confidence, the skills and the connections to create your own success story.’ Applications for the Global MBA open on the 9th January 2017, and students are given the flexibility to pay per module rather than all at once. Students without all the entry qualifications will be able to take an online ‘International Business Essentials’ module and, on successful completion, this may contribute to them becoming eligible to apply for the Global MBA. Other postgraduate awards from this programme (at diploma and certificate level) are also available for students wishing to gain a general or specialist qualification. (photo: university of london)

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Expert comment: Richard Branson at 65, a different view on his entrepreneurial spirit

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 18 luglio 2015

Warwick Business SchoolFamous UK entrepreneur and investor Richard Branson turns 65 on Saturday (July 18), academics from Warwick Business School have made the following comments about his enduring success as an entrepreneur.Deniz Ucbasaran, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Warwick Business School said: “Some people consider entrepreneurs to be extreme risk takers and people who have made it from rags to riches.“If this holds true then Richard Branson wouldn’t qualify. But I suspect few would disagree with the label entrepreneur being associated with Branson. Why? Because Branson spots opportunities – opportunities to improve customers’ well-being, even if on a small scale.“He clearly has empathy with customer problems and a creative brain to solve these problems. Importantly, however, Branson acts on these opportunities to create value for customers even when faced with the certainty of being challenged by incumbents but with the uncertainty of knowing what shape that challenge will take as well as knowing how to respond.“He is able to do this, not because he is a risk taker but because he knows what he can afford to lose and is confident that he can engage the energies of those around him by sharing his vision for a better future for customers.”Nicos Nicolaou is a Professor within the Entrepreneurship & Innovation department of Warwick Business School and believes Branson’s success as an entrepreneur can partly be attributed to something often deemed as a considerable learning disadvantage: dyslexia.“Richard Branson is an interesting example of an entrepreneur. Many people forget Branson is dyslexic, and research has found that dyslexics are often more likely than others to become entrepreneurs,” added Professor Nicolaou.
“This is because they take a more creative and take a holistic view of things. Just look at some of the other hugely successful entrepreneurs: Steve Jobs, Henry Ford and Charles Schwab were, or are, also dyslexic. So dyslexia can be gift that accounts for part of their success.“Branson, through his own admission, attributed frustration as a major factor in driving his entrepreneurial spirit at the beginning of his journey. Much like Steve Jobs, he was frustrated by the restricted environment of school and college, so instead challenged authority by looking for an opportunity – for Branson it was selling records by undercutting the High Street competition. That soon became establishing an airline, a mobile network, rail company and so on. “The story is Branson was told by his headmaster he would either find himself in prison, or as a millionaire, and we all know how that story panned out – Branson’s net worth stands at multiple billions.

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A message for World AIDS Day from Caritas

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 3 dicembre 2014

caritasBy Michel Roy, Secretary General of Caritas Internationalis and Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Vitillo, Head of Delegation to the United Nations in Geneva and Special Advisor on HIV/AIDS and Health.“Every person is worthy of our giving.” With these words, Pope Francis called on all Catholics, and other people of faith and good will, to open their hearts to all in need and to treat them as sisters and brothers. He then assured those willing to sacrifice their own comfort, time, wealth, knowledge and skills for the good of others, “We achieve fulfillment when we break down walls and our heart is filled with faces and names!”The story of Caritas’ response to the HIV epidemics in different parts of the world goes beyond abstract strategies and policies, as important as they may be. Ours is a response that is measured, not only in realizing expected outcomes, but also by the greater enjoyment of human dignity among persons living with or affected by HIV. Ours is a response that reaches out with compassion and tangible support to countless widows, orphans, and other surviving loved ones as a way to honour the memory of some 39 million people who have died from AIDS-related causes during the past three decades. Ours is a response of walking with, not merely “doing for”, HIV-positive persons as they empower themselves to live fully despite the challenges they face as a result of the virus.The international experts tell us on this World AIDS Day 2014 that we must “close the gap” between the “haves” and “have-nots” in the global response to AIDS. We can accomplish this lofty goal by opening our hearts in solidarity and in the search for the common good. We can “close the gap” by challenging and changing the structures that prevent some 25 million adults and children from access to life-saving anti-retroviral medications.We can “close the gap” by looking beyond the “quick fix” solutions for HIV prevention that have been proposed for the last 30 years and, in the words of Pope Francis, by “going out to meet” those at risk of HIV infection “with creative love” as we “help them to rediscover their dignity and to revive those inner strengths, those personal talents” of “men and women created in the image and likeness of God.” We can “close the gap” by fully welcoming HIV-positive refugees and displaced persons who too often are denied access to health care in the countries where they have sought freedom and a more positive future for themselves and their families. We can “close the gap” when we reject “the culture of comfort, which makes us think only of ourselves, makes us insensitive to the cries of other people”Above all, let us give priority attention to the HIV-infected children who have not benefited from the same pace of progress, as that enjoyed by adults, in making medicines available. We must continue to “close the gap” in the pediatric AIDS response by advocating with governments and pharmaceutical companies to develop more “child friendly” medicines so that we can offer these children the possibility of living beyond their first or second birthdays and so that we too can benefit from the society of tomorrow which they can help us build. Finally, we can “close the gap” by overcoming our in-born tendencies to blame others for their conditions of poverty, of marginalization, or even of HIV infection. Universal access for all people living with HIV, not just to medicines, but to full life and dignity, will only be accomplished by rejecting all forms of discrimination and stigma toward those living with or affected by HIV. Let us base our “roadmap” for Caritas’ ongoing commitment to the global HIV response on this appeal of Pope Francis: “… we must open ourselves to the peripheries, also acknowledging that, at the margins too, even one who is cast aside and scorned by society is the object of God’s generosity. We are all called not to reduce the Kingdom of God to the confines of the “little church” — our “tiny little church” — but to enlarge the Church to the dimensions of the Kingdom of God. However, there is one condition: wedding attire must be worn, that is, charity toward God and neighbour must be shown.”

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Author Launches Kickstarter Campaign To See Her Novel On The Syrian Conflict Edited & Mass-produced

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 9 aprile 2014

syrian civil warWestford, MA – ‘War Kids — A Syrian Story’ is the shocking Syrian Civil War story as portrayed through the eyes of a fourteen-year-old survivor. The author is seeking crowdfunding via her Kickstarter campaign to help fund the professional editing costs of this young adult novel and to see it mass-produced.Hayley J. Lawson, the author of War Kids — A Syrian Story, has announced that she is launching her Kickstarter campaign on which aims to cover the cost of having this young adult novel professionally edited and mass-produced.
‘War Kids — A Syrian Story’ deals with the very real crisis of the ongoing Syrian Civil War through the eyes of young children as they try to stay strong despite the overwhelming presence of death. The novel provides a number of perspectives from young characters as they deal with the deaths of their families, the destruction of their villages and their ongoing need to survive. “It really is heartbreaking what is happening in Syria. As I watched TV and folded up my laundry, an image of a young girl appeared. She was older than my daughter by a few years,” said Hayley J. Lawson, author of the book War Kids — A Syrian Story.  When a fourteen-year-old Jada wakes up in a hospital, the last thing she thinks is that her life has completely changed forever. But when the very real civil war forces her to flee from every open space, she must use the firearm skills her father taught her to reunite with him and protect herself. Armed with a single gun and a key to an unknown locker, Jada crosses Syria on a journey with a group of children called the Fearless Freedom Fighters. With the leader, Zak, they mount a plan to rescue their fathers while they try to cope with the merciless murders of their families. As Jada and Zak lead the group together, love blossoms, but with soldiers hot on their tail, they need to stay vigilant in the face of war. To help fund the contemporary young adult novel War Kids — A Syrian Story, visit the Kickstarter Campaign page here. About Hayley J. Lawson
Hayley J. Lawson is the author of the young adult contemporary novel War Kids — The Syrian Story. On August 21st 2013, she was moved by the images of the Syrian conflict and embarked on an unlikely journey of writing her first novel. The novel is set in Syria and encapsulates the Syrian Civil War as seen through the eyes of children. Hayley was born in Lancaster, England. Growing up in a single parent household with five other siblings; was hard, and also character building. Diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age, Hayley always believed that if you worked hard, you could do anything you wanted. If she didn’t know how to do something she would research until she did. As a young child, she found a passion for drawing, and continued her artistic slant into adulthood — graduating from the University of Central Lancashire, England with a BA (Hons) in fashion design. Aged twenty seven, Hayley and her husband left the UK and moved to California, where she gave birth to her daughter. The family relocated to Long Island, NY, where she currently resides.

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This story is not ready for its footnotes

Posted by fidest press agency su martedì, 20 luglio 2010

Roma 21 luglio – 16 settembre 2010 dalle ore 19.00 Ex Elettrofonica Vicolo S. Onofrio 10, si inaugura il terzo appuntamento del progetto This story is not ready for its footnotes, a cura di Camilla Pignatti Morano e Pelin Uran. La mostra attraverso opere di giovani artisti internazionali, stimola una riflessione sulla società moderna offrendo un commento su quei processi di mediazione della realtà che ad una lettura superficiale restano nascosti. Il titolo svela il fine della mostra: i video si propongono come dispositivi di rottura rispetto alla consueta lettura del presente, permettendo agli spettatori una interpretazione dei fatti libera da condizionamenti, non costituendone necessariamente una critica diretta. Attraverso l’ironia, l’immaginazione, l’artefatto narrativo, gli artisti si confrontano con i problemi urgenti della società moderna. In questo ultimo appuntamento di This story is not ready for its footnotes il focus è rivolto all’insoddisfazione dell’uomo contemporaneo. L’uomo è messo in relazione all’architettura, all’industrializzazione e alla natura, ed è analizzato nel suo frenetico bisogno di tenere tutto sotto controllo.
Questo appuntamento ospita opere di: Rossella Biscotti, Ali Kazma, Bettina Wind & Alexandra Ferreira, Danilo Correale. (foto Ali Kazma)

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This story is not ready for its footnotes

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 23 giugno 2010

Roma fino al 16/9/2010 vicolo Sant’Onofrio, 10-11 Ex Elettro Fonica Ultimi due appuntamenti a cura di Camilla Pignatti Morano e Pelin Uran.  La mostra attraverso opere di giovani artisti internazionali, stimola una riflessione sulla società moderna offrendo un commento su quei processi di mediazione della realtà che ad una lettura superficiale restano nascosti.  Il titolo svela il fine della mostra: i video si propongono come dispositivi di rottura rispetto alla consueta lettura del presente, permettendo agli spettatori una interpretazione dei fatti libera da condizionamenti, non costituendone necessariamente una critica diretta. Attraverso l’ironia, l’immaginazione, l’artefatto narrativo, gli artisti si confrontano con i problemi urgenti della società moderna.  L’ultimo episodio di This story is not ready for its footnotes si concentra sull’insoddisfazione dell’uomo contemporaneo. L’uomo viene messo in relazione con l’architettura, l’industrializzazione e la natura, e analizzato nel suo frenetico bisogno di tenere tutto sotto controllo.  Questo appuntamento ospita opere di: Rossella Biscotti, Ali Kazma, Bettina Wind & Alexandra Ferreira, Danilo Correale. (story)

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The Remarkable Story of Holocaust Survivor

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 12 Mag 2010

(Madison, WI) In 1942, Martin and Eva Deutschkron lived in constant fear of being caught by the Nazis and executed, simply because they were of Jewish descent. Both of their parents were transported to a German concentration camp and never heard from again. The young couple removed the yellow stars that all Jews were required to wear on their clothing. They avoided registering with the government, which meant they could not legally find housing, receive food rations and new clothing, access medical services, or travel on public transportation. They moved around frequently, staying with people who needed their skills as a seamstress and a tailor. With the Gestapo searching for Jews and recruiting informants, no one could be trusted and no place remained safe for very long. Faced with being ‘transported’ or perhaps shot by the Nazis just because they were Jews, Eva and her husband disappeared into the ‘underground’ in 1942. For the remainder of World War II they continued to work and live right in the Berlin area without being apprehended by the dreaded Gestapo. Miraculously, they survived. This is an intriguing story of heroic and ingenious people who were blessed by having valuable trade skills and the help of many people who were willing to defy the laws enacted by one of the cruelest governments in history. Two years after World War II ended, they left Berlin and emigrated to the United States with their newly born son. They eventually settled in Madison, Wisconsin, and opened a clothing store.  For nearly 60 years, Eva said little about their life as Jews in Nazi Germany, even after the death of her husband.  Finally, prodded with questions from a great granddaughter, she realized that her story should be told.Eva is now 91 and one of the few living Jews who, as adults hiding in Berlin’s underground during the war, eluded capture.  Her story is another reminder of the horrors and injustice brought on by discrimination and the determination to endure. The Remarkable Story of Holocaust Survivor Eva Deutschkron (By Arthur and Ursula Rathburn $16.00 ISBN 978-0-9779516-6-6 Fort Dane Books)

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Battipaglia: Sanremo story

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 23 aprile 2010

Battipaglia (Salerno) 24 aprile mostra di Pepi Morgia “Sanremo story 60 anni di musica italiana” e rimarrà sino al 10 maggio per poi raggiungere altre destinazioni. L’ideatore e il direttore artistico dell’esposizione è Pepi Morgia, regista e light designer di fama internazionale. La mostra è realizzata con materiale proveniente dalla Fondazione Erio Tripodi Museo della Canzone, di cui Pepi Morgia è direttore artistico, ed è patrocinata dal Comune di Sanremo. La produzione e l’allestimento sono a cura di “Gruppo Eventi” presieduto da Vincenzo Russolillo.  Tra i cimeli, degni di nota i memorabilia, i dischi originali dell’epoca, le copertine, i pass, gli autografi e gli spartiti, anch’essi originali.  E ancora, i giornali del tempo con le copertine dedicate al Festival e la tecnologia: 12 plasma con touch screen visualizzano i 60 anni del Festival, di dieci anni in dieci anni. Grazie ai link è possibile conoscere le curiosità di quel periodo: il costume, la moda ma anche i direttori d’orchestra, i presentatori e la Miss Italia di ogni anno. Inoltre, 60 monitor mostrano le curiosità e gli avvenimenti di questi sei decenni (ogni monitor illustra un anno del Festival) mentre apposite capsule permettono di fruire, al loro interno, delle immagini dei vari Festival in quadrifonia. E’ stato realizzato altresì un catalogo della mostra, di circa 100 pagine, prodotto da Silvano Guidone & Associati, curato da Pepi Morgia e con testi di Claudio Porchia che ora si trova nelle librerie. Non mancano le fotografie di personaggi notissimi (tra cui Nilla Pizzi, Claudio Villa, Modugno, Celentano, Mina), le immagini di situazioni e la storia della kermesse e della sua evoluzione. Preziose anche le interviste, come quella a Dario Fo sul ControFestival di Villa Ormond nel 1969 che ben illumina l’atmosfera di quegli anni o l’esperienza di cronista di Gianpiero Moretti che racconta la meccanica del Festival dall’interno.

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Progetto in animazione

Posted by fidest press agency su martedì, 17 novembre 2009

Questo progetto prevede la realizzazione di  un “Lungometraggio in Animazione”  di circa  un’ ora e mezzo che propone  30 personaggi.   Ognuno presenta un “breve demo” per verificare il gradimento dello  spettatore e, quindi, l’interesse del mercato a produrre una serie di  52 episodi per ogni singolo personaggio  si va dai problemi di adattamento  all’ambiente  di Mostralfonso, alla vita di strada tra un Vigile e un Automobilista, la saga degli indiani  d’america di Green Village, la Cichago di Al Capone di  Gangster story, la vita di scuola del Professore,  il mondo degli dei di Per Giove, la vita di coppia de L’amore non e’  ,la satira antimilitarista dei Due Colonnelli , la vita sott’acqua di Aquarium, la problematica ambientale di Superspazze Vecchio Quartiere, l’educazione   infantile  di Carletto a Barbonia, la vita all’interno di un condominio  del Portiere, un prete d’altri tempi, Don Scoppola, gli eccessi  calcistici del Tifoso, eccetera eccetera…   L’ autore di tutti i personaggi e’ Romano Garofalo, mentre i disegnatori sono tra i  piu’ prestigiosi che il mondo del  fumetto italiano ( e non solo) abbia mai espresso:   Da Giorgio Cavazzano, unanimemente  riconosciuto come uno dei maggiori maestri della Disney, a Leo Cimpellin, vecchia gloria del Corriere dei Piccoli, a Silver l’autore di Lupo Alberto, Clod storico disegnatore del giornalino, Marzio Lucchesi il raffinato disegnatore di Mostralfonso, Giovanni Zaccagnini bravo sia nel disegno umoristico che in quello  satirico, Silvano Sacchetti l’ottimo interprete di Don Scoppola, Giorgio Trevisan ,maestro impareggiabile nel disegno realistico ,Franco Luini, il bravo disegnatore del Tifoso , Massimo Albini che si e’ ottimamente cimentato nell’Eroticomic zoo,   Silvia Mondini, sensibile  disegnatrice del cane Osvaldo,  Giuseppe Scapigliati che ha dato vita alla serie sui pesci di ” Aquarium “, e molti altri ancora…
Romano Garofalo Giornalista, laureato in lettere e filosofia, mentre frequentava un corso di specializzazione in psicologia, propose a un editore milanese Jonny Logan, un periodico a fumetti che ebbe immediatamente vasti consensi di critica e di pubblico, fino ad approdare, nel ’79, in TV (raidue) nella popolare serie Supergulp. Nel corso degli anni Romano Garofalo ideò e realizzò numerosi personaggi pubblicati su decine di quotidiani e periodici: IL Barone Von Strip, Il Professore, Slim Norton, Sauro il dinosauro, Il Vigile e l’ automobilista, Per Giove, Gangster Story , Don Scoppola, Osvaldo, IL Tifoso, il Portiere,il Vecchio Quartiere, Aquarium,  Medium, Green Village ,I Due Colonnelli, Superspazz, Melania, Eroticomic zoo, Savannah City, Arturo,  La Formica e lo Stivale ecc. In particolare con Mostralfonso superò i confini nazionali proponendo il personaggio in tutta Europa, Sud America, Giappone ecc.

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