Get To Know More About Prostitution In Dubai

Hi, Sunil here to talk about prostitutes in Dubai and where they hang out. So what inspired this section? Well I once wrote an article regarding prostitution in Dubai and happened to add a few places where you will spot prostitutes in Dubai.

Just minutes later I was bombarded by emails accusing me of promoting prostitution and provide a resource for others to come to my web site and notice where they could go to find one. My friend, if you wanted to find one, you would with or without my assistance. That is a lame reason to give me.

But because of the individuals who saw the glass half empty, my intention with the blog post was a half full one.

I wrote it so that I can alarm those who want to steer clear of places filled with prostitutes.

Think about it, if you are going together with your family, do you want to accidentally end up somewhere where there are prostitutes?

So hopefully my logic makes sense now.

It’s not a surprise that prostitution is prevalent in Dubai. Dubai has fame, fortune and a majority male population. It just makes sense. Read this section on prostitution in Dubai for some background information and a concise history lesson.

Just know that legally, to have sex with someone you’re not married to is an offense (something the young single couples should consider, particularly if you live together).

This will hopefully make you think thrice before getting involved with anything that has to do with the Dubai prostitutes (or in general). It is risky more than just from a legal perspective.

Thus whether you look at the glass as 0.5 full or half empty, here are some places loaded with prostitutes in Dubai:

* Cyclone Club – the most famous or should I say INFAMOUS place where prostitutes hang out in Dubai
* Radison SAS
* Rattlesnake Club at the Metropolitan Hotel
* The Al Nasr Square area
* Rumours at the Ramada Hotel
* The Regal Plaza Hotel
* Stayin Alive at the Imperial Suites Hotel
* Sea View Hotel – A huge Filipino hang out
* The Hyatt Regency in Deira.
* The Red Square Club at the Moscow Hotel

Hairdressing Industry And Its Governing Bodies

The hairdressing industry as various governing bodies intended to protect the client and the hair salon

NHF
National Hairdressers’ Federation (NHF) provides salon members with help and information for the hair industry currently has over 6,000 members, which includes small and medium salons that include hair and beauty salons, and Independent Chair Renters.

The NHF works on behalf of its members to raise the professionalism and commitment to the hair and beauty industry. Members have access to a range of benefits, including services, products, advice and information that help them to develop their business, including access to a free legal helpline, salon insurance, discounted rates on PPL Licences. It helps its member through representation legal and employement advice.

If a salon displays it’s a member of the NHF this does mean it better than another salon down the road. Although it should be noted that the hair salon itself takes its business and contractual arrangements seriously.

AHT
Association of Hairdressers and Therapists, founded in 1963 by a group of hairdressing teachers as a like minded national network of specialists who exchange good practice and support. This organisations members are more made up from the educational sector of hairdressing. Ranging from lecturers, teachers and assessors who hold relevent teaching qualifications or are working toward achieving those qualifications. The AHT holds National Training initatives, events and specialist demonstrations across its network.

HABIA
In 1986, the Hairdressing Training Board (HTB) was formed with the objective of working with employers, educators and government to design and implement training and education programmes for the hairdressing industry.

Habia is the government appointed standards setting body for hair, beauty, nails, spa therapy, barbering and African type hair, and creates the standards that form the basis of all qualifications including NVQs, SVQs, Apprenticeships, Diplomas and Foundation degrees, as well as industry codes of practice.

In 1997, HTB, HTB Scotland, and the Beauty Industry Authority (BIA) formed the Hairdressing and Beauty Industry Authority (HABIA) to include the beauty therapy industry within its remit. Habia was formally launched by Dr Kim Howells, then Minister for Lifelong Learning, at that year’s Salon International exhibition.

By 2001, the organisation was being referred to by its initials, HABIA, and by the end of 2004 the decision was made to officially make the company name Habia. By this time, nail services and spa therapy had been added to Habia’s remit.

Habia was officially recognised by the government as a National Training Organisation (NTO) until these were abolished in 2001. Currently, Habia is recognised by the government as the Standards Setting Body for the hair, beauty, nails and spa sectors (including barbering and African Caribbean hair). The core responsibilities for Standards Setting Bodies include sector research and information, national occupational standards, qualifications strategy and learning frameworks. A central point of contact for information, Habia provides guidance on careers, business development, legislation, salon safety and equal opportunities, and is responsible to government on industry issues such as education and skills.

Habia raises the profile of its industries through the press and media, and is the first port of call for news organisations and broadcasters on news items and background information.

Habia also delivers solutions direct to:
salons – to help them understand complex legislation such as health & safety and employment law, improve client retention and raise business performance;
employees – to gain the skills that employers need to stay up to date with client demand and the latest techniques, equipment and products, as well as where to go to access learning and suitable qualifications;
trainers – to deliver qualifications with training support manuals, and to create successful teaching programmes including induction and initial assessment;
learners – by offering books and teaching guides directly related to their studies, and by providing advice on career paths and qualifications.

HABIA is very similar to the NHF in its support for salons and individuals.

The Future For Hair Associations
State registration is looking like a possible requirement for hair salons moving forward to promote best practice and tidy up the industry

The 100 Day Plan – A Key To Success

100 days to transform your target?

The 100 day plan is a much vaunted phrase commonly referred to by business leaders, politicians and, increasingly, those in the mergers & acquisition community. The features of a 100 day plan can be somewhat nebulous to those not experienced in their implementation in a transactional context, yet it should be, and is simple.

The plan should capture all the initiatives and actions of a management team in the first 100 days following either a corporate acquisition or private equity backed Management Buy Out (‘MBO’). The 100 day plan should focus the mind of the management team, foster accountability to the owners (whether they are new or existing) and ensure that the window of opportunity to add value immediately post acquisition is not lost. All grand sounding, however, what does a typical 100 day plan look like and what are the key factors to ensure it is not just a box ticking exercise?

Segmentation of the 100 day plan
It is possible to separate a 100 day plan into three elements, each having differing levels of priority and focus during the initial 100 days post completion, namely;

• Immediate actions to protect value. These are typically those identified pre-deal and are often transaction orientated, for instance amending VAT registrations, employee communications, press releases, short term cash flow forecasting to name a few;
• Addressing ‘house-keeping’ issues and ‘quick wins’ identified during financial, commercial and legal due diligence; and

• Discrete projects to be completed within 100 days that clearly add value and implement the Business Plan agreed at completion.
Inherently, the scale, number of actions, initiatives and focus of resources in each area often depends on a range of factors, for example whether it is a trade deal versus MBO , corporate versus private vendor etc.

Some best practice when 100 day planning
Each 100 day plan is different, yet there are a number of points to consider which can ensure the momentum of the deal is carried forward post acquisition generating maximum value for the acquirer or management team.

• Start planning early before the deal completes, prioritise initiatives and be realistic about what the management team can achieve in addition to their ‘day job’. The volume and exhausting nature of doing a deal means the 100 day plan is often sidelined by many management teams

• Sponsorship of the 100 day plan by the senior management team is crucial. Delegation of project ownership to a junior project manager means it is likely to lack the visibility, sense of urgency or importance it requires.

• Regular reporting of progress to the Board and any third party investors is fundamental to ensuring that management are accountable for the actions and priorities immediately post acquisition.

• As a manager it is important to extract as much information and input from your advisers as possible (before they disappear on holiday when the deal is done!) The advantages of their perspective is twofold – firstly, they will be close to the detail of the due diligence reports and the issues these have raised. Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, they will have a different sense of perspective on the key deal issues to be addressed post deal.

Adhere to these principals, use common sense, and start planning pre-deal with your senior management team. This means your target should be well positioned to achieve its Business Plan in its first year.

Damiana: Secret Ingredient Of Herbal Smoke Blends

The latest trend today with teens is not getting drunk with hard liquors nor getting high with pills from their parent’s cabinets. Rather, the new fad is smoking these so-called “legal weed” or incensed drug, which are easily accessible in the market. We are not talking about marijuana being legal, but those herbal smoke blends bought in herb shops. Yes, selling these legal herbs is legal in some countries including the United States.

Researchers already claimed that most of these herbal smoke blends contain certain amounts of JHW-018, a synthetic substance that creates similar Marijuana effects. However, apart from JWH-018, this incensed drug also contains a legal herb that contributes and even enhances the effect of these marijuana alternatives. And, one of these legal herbs is Damiana.

What is Damiana?

Turnera diffusa, the scientific name of the Damiana herb, is a plant usually found in the Southwestern parts of the United States and Mexico. It is actually a native shrub of Central and Southern America, Mexico and the Caribbean usually referred to as Herba de la Pastora or old woman’s broom. Originally utilized as a sexual stimulant during the Mayan civilization, it has potential reproductive and sexual pleasure enhancer properties. Aside from that, Damiana may also induce a euphoric dream-like experience ideally suited for treatment of stress, anxiety and depression. It may also have a mild diuretic and laxative effect as reported by some users. However, it still needs evaluation of FDA for its safety, effectiveness and purity. Thus, potential risks and benefits are still in question as of the moment.

Effects of Damiana

The method of consuming Damiana, ingested or smoked, creates varied effects. When taken orally may or may not show these following effects:
– Increase resistance to stress
– Antibacterial effect
– Alleviate anxiety and stress
– Aphrodisiac (increase sexual desire, improve performance and sexual impotency, increase frequency of sexual intercourse and orgasm)
– Improve gastrointestinal conditions (laxative effect)
– Memory enhancement
– Diuretic effect and aids in control of bedwetting
– Treatment of headache
When smoking Damiana, anecdotal reports show that it causes euphoria or induce hallucinogenic effects. Since, it also gives a “high” experience, it may become a potential substitute for marijuana.

Damiana can possibly be short-term MAOi, a class of antidepressant drug. Although there is still no scientific evidence to prove such claim, reports from experienced first-hand users say it is indeed probable. Assuming it is a MAOi (monoamine oxidase inhibitor), it works as an inhibitor of MAO-A and MAO-B, responsible for inactivation of neurotransmitters resulting to treatment of depression and nervous exhaustion.

However, higher doses of Damiana may also lead to undesirable effects such as: disorientation, dizziness, headaches and even insomnia. Other less common adverse reactions include: dry mouth, feelings of lightheadedness, constipation, weakness, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, excessive high or low blood pressure and hallucinations.

Why is Damiana a main ingredient in Herbal Smoke Blends?

The answer is very simple: It doubles the potency of herbal smoke blends such as K2, Spice, Spice Gold and DamiDagga to name a few. According to some reports from researchers, the ratio of Damiana to Spice affects the potency of the herbal smoke blend. For example, a 1:1 ratio of Damiana in a regular legal weed provides at least a 3-hour in-the-head type of feeling compared to a 2:1 ratio creating a better “high.” Since, you use a lesser amount of JWH-018 and other ingredients compared to Damiana, tolerance acquisition is slower. Even if you get lesser effects from Damiana herb, there is still possibility of experiencing the MAOi effect due to its active chemical activity of binding with MAO A and B enzymes.

In conclusion, the effects caused by herbal smoke blends do not only rely on JWH-018 but includes its other ingredients. So, whenever you feel “high” smoking any legal weed, it is not because of the JWH-018 alone. All of its components are working together in order to achieve the desired effect that user seek the most.

Adsense Startup

A very important element in the rapid adoption of AdSense is that it has been very easy for publishers to get the ads on their site as quickly as possible.

Integrating AdSense in your website takes only a few minutes, and you can be on your way with one or more nicely integrated AdSense ads.

The first thing you need to do is navigate to http://www.google.com/adsense and either apply or log in with your existing account and password. What follows is a page presenting the Google AdSense Terms and Conditions which you must agree to in order to proceed.

You are presented with a report page which you can use to get a detailed status on how your AdSense advertising is doing. This allows you to improve your site’s contents and layout to maximize your AdSense earnings.

On the top of your page you also have link to the setup section where you can generate the code that will need to be pasted on your website in order to have AdSense banners on your page.

You can use AdSense for text (the said ads), using a search box or with referrals. Your choice among these options depends on how users will navigate your site.

Finally, there is a “My Account” tab which allows you to set up details concerning your account, payment and tax information.

To add a text ad on your site, go back to the “AdSense Setup” tab and click the “AdSense for content” link. Make sure you have cookies enabled in your browser.

You can make a choice between ad units and link units. The former contain text and or images concerning a certain site for each unit, most with a detailed description, the latter only contain links to certain types.

Of course, it’s a bit hard to know which type you should use so you should probably experiment with both for a while before you decide.

You can also view an example of how the unit will look to the right of your page. However, you may only use three ad units and one link unit on any given page. This is believed to be a step which Google takes for quality control.

The next step is to choose your add format and colors. You can basically select any color palette you choose with Google offering some of its own if you don’t have the time or skill to create one. You can constantly view how the palette will look through the aid of an example. The one that works best in terms of appearance and revenues will vary with the look, feel and content of a website.

However, your ad formats are limited to a choice of eleven formats. There’s an “Ad Formats” link which takes you to a page that lets you see all even of these in action so you can decide best which one suits your site. Sometimes the most intrusive, doesn’t work best however again, this can vary from website to website.

After you finish with customization, you can click “Continue” from the bottom of the page.

You are now presented with a section entitled “AdSense for Content”. You can click anywhere in the text and that shows the JavaScript required to get AdSense running. This will automatically select the text in the box.

You can then copy it and paste it into your pages directly. If you use dynamic pages, you should paste this code within your template so as to ensure that it gets displayed on any page of your website. Some advertisers choose not to display Adsense on every page, and this is understandable. An example of this is a company that has adsense, may also have terms and condition which would inevitably provide legal resources which would probably be deemed inappropriate.

What is then left for you to do is get content on your page (provided you didn’t have any already). Google AdSense crawlers will soon visit your site, making sure that the ads displayed are relevant to your site’s content.

And you’re all done. For a simple page this should indeed be a matter of a few minutes, which is precisely what makes AdSense the choice for so many. Although it is quick, its mass appeal also makes it the best. Through being the most popular, advertisers and publishers alike see Adsense and Adwords as their natural first choice.

Discover 5 Powerful Ways To Manage Your Millions

Those people who have managed to acquire – or inherit – a large amount of wealth know that it needs to be looked after to avoid loss. There is nothing so easy as spending money if you have plenty, so the first thing you need to do is be sure that your wealth is actually increasing rather than decreasing. Unless certain procedures for wealth protection are followed you may wake up one fine morning to find creditors knocking on your door.

One way to ensure your millions actually increase rather than decrease is to take advantage of private retail banking. Private banking is when a bank creates products especially for the needs of the high net worth individual, rather than simply offering commercial products already available. Other services in private banking include special wealth management advice, as well as financial planning suited to the needs of the individual. This should not be confused with private banks that are not incorporated.

Special estate planning is also necessary to protect and maximise the goals of the owner. This will include making sure that your intended beneficiaries do actually get what you want them to get, with a minimum loss to taxes and other costs. It is especially necessary for minor children to be looked after correctly. And you need to have plans in place in case of incapacity in old age.

Legal resources and special taxation advice are necessary for those with millions; otherwise they could see the taxman scoot off with most of their money. Legal advice from those who are specially trained in advising high net worth individuals is necessary. An ordinary solicitor or accountant would not have the experience or training to do what is necessary. To sum up, wealth management includes using tailored banking services, special investment management, estate planning, taxation advice and special legal resources.