EOS Takes Over the Lip Care Business

EOS (Evolution of Smooth) is a fairly new company, and has only been in business for about seven years. Once the founders of EOS were able to convince Walgreens to carry their lip balms, the products gained popularity and were later carried in both Target and Walmart. Beauty editors from a number of major publications such as Allure and Cosmo have also featured EOS lip balms on the pages of their magazines several times, and celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian have been seen using EOS, which has made the products even more popular.

EOS lip balm has been pretty secretive about its business model and inner working, and cofounder Sanjiv Mehra shares that this is largely because the staff has been focused on producing and delivering great products. Mehra does, however, admit that it’s time for consumers to learn a little more about the company.

Only Burt’s Bees sells more lip gloss than EOS in the United States. EOS has even started selling more lip balms than well-known companies Blistex and Chapstick. The company currently sells about 1 million items each week, and is set to be a leader in the growth of the lip care industry, which is predicted to be worth $2 billion by the year 2020.

For more information on EOS and to purchase products, visit evolutionofsmooth.com.

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Dr. Clay Siegall, The Hope of Cancer Treatment

Clay Siegall serves as the President and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Seattle Genetics, Inc. He is also the chairman of the board of the company. He is the co-founder the company that is accredited for scientific innovations particularly in the treatment of cancer. His education background is the field of science where he pursued a B.S in Zoology at the University of Maryland and later obtained his Ph.D. in genetics from George Washington University.

Similarly, Dr. Clay has much experience in cancer research and development of treatment therapies. Besides, he is the author of at least 67 journal papers that are scientific and have several patents. His career began in 1988 as a fellow at the National Cancer Institute within the National Institutes of Health until 1991. In 1995, Dr. Clay received Pierce Award for his excellent work pertaining targeted toxins. He was also awarded in 2002 the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year in the category of healthcare.

Furthermore, he served as a senior research investigator at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute between the year 1991 and 1995. He also served as the principal scientist in the same organizations until 1997 when he co-founded Seattle Genetics. He was the director of Alder, Biopharmaceuticals Inc., Washington Biotechnology, and Biomedical Association. Similarly, he served as the on the board of governors of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research business alliance.

Besides working in various scientific institutions, Dr. Clay is a member of the Cancer Treatment Research Foundation. He also serves on the editorial board of three scientific journals. He lays much emphasis on targeted therapies relating to cancer. Under his leadership, Seattle Genetics has developed an antibody-drug conjugates product that was approved by the FDA in 2011. The company collaborated with Takeda Pharmaceuticals to develop ADCETRIS drug used in cancer treatment.

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Sawyer Howitt, Racquetball Player and Entrepreneur

Sawyer Howitt is an entrepreneur in and avid racket ball player hailing from Portland, Oregon. He started playing at Lincoln High School and where he competed in the Oregon state championships and began to build a name for himself on the racket ball circuit. Now he plays with the Oregon Racket Club, and has the tenacity and skills to be a major contender in several 2017 events. Those with an interest in the sport should keep a close eye on this new up and comer.

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