HydroPoint, makers of WeatherTRAK and EPA WaterSense Manufacturer Partner of the Year, has announced the promotion of Charles N. Zaher to regional vice president of channel sales. Zaher’s proven success is founded on consistently providing timely and appropriate solutions that achieve both environmental and financial objectives, and is an instrumental force in HydroPoint’s channel strategy and success. He joined the HydroPoint team in 2007 with 35 years of irrigation experience in sales, marketing and business development. Charles holds a Master of Science degree in irrigation and soil management from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon and currently resides in Orange, Calif. with his wife Kohar and three sons. He frequently speaks on the topics of irrigation design, system components and water management strategies to both technical and business audiences.
NEPTUNE, N.J. – WorkWave has announced significant growth in the first half of 2015, increasing core recurring revenue by 55 percent and staff by nearly 30 percent, while adding over 900 new customers, with key customer wins US Coachways, Friendly’s Ice Cream, Fort Point Beer Co., Hoskins Pest Control, Budget Pest Control, Molly Maid, City of Houston and Spring-Green.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled the tax subsidies for health insurance provided by the federal government to citizens in the 34 states that have not established the health insurance marketplaces or exchanges were legal. That means some 6 million people, including the nearly 3.5 million people in small business plans and small business owners, self-employed professionals and early retirees who depend on subsidized health care costs, will continue to receive them.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Porous Pave has added three new distributors in the U.S. and Canada for Porous Pave, the company’s pour-in-place pavement material. The new distributors are Napa Valley Materials (California), Brico Services (British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan), and J&J Porous Pave (Ontario).
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The 2015 Women’s World Cup final match became the highest-rated and most-watched soccer game ever to air in the United States. Not only did it turn the world’s attention to women’s soccer, it also put a spotlight on a concern many people don’t think about – playing on artificial turf.