jo jo b inc

20 terry street
apt 302
patchogue, new york 11772

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 24, 2013

NYS DOS ID#
4462937

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SUFFOLK

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

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2013 - JO JO B INC









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  • Global best practice grant-seeking
    By Jo Garner - Monday May 29, 2017

    The question of grants success rate is a common one, universally. The fact is, no matter where you are working from, whether a grant application is successful or unsuccessful is not generally dependent on one contributing factor. It relies on a combination of all the elements of best practice grant-seeking ...

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  • It's Not Easy Being Green - But You Can Make It Easier
    Wednesday Apr 20, 2016

    Though there's a certain contingent of the population utterly devoted to going green, there's still plenty of resistance out there. Whether it's ignorance, laziness, or downright denial, not everyonerecycles, conserves, or even buys into the idea that these things are important. Some of them are even in Congress.

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  • Apple pays off its future-of-computing promise with iPad Pro
    By Matthew Panzarino - Monday Jun 12, 2017

     After playing with the new iPad Pro 10.5″ for a few days I am convinced that it’s fairly impossible to do a detailed review of it in its current state. Not because there is some sort of flaw, but instead because it was clearly designed too to bottom as an empty vessel in which to pour iOS 11. Read More

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  • Docs Want Warnings On Social Media
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    Britain's Royal Society for Public Health recently published a new report, "#StatusOfMind," on the impact of social media on the health and well-being of young adults.

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  • How Creative Polymaths Are Influencing Luxury Brands
    Wednesday Feb 22, 2017

    We've all heard it: branding and consumerism in the 21st Century is a global village, a place of hyper-specialization and fragmentation, right? Well, one very current trend that seems to be goingagainst that tide lies in a new generation of "polymath creatives" that is discreetly but powerfully shaping luxury markets from automobile design to fashion.

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  • A conversation with freshman Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN)
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    Gordon talks Trump, travel ban and more with Indiana Congressman Jim Banks.

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  • Why This Google Executive Put Her Career On Pause
    By Stephanie Vozza - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017

    Taking a sabbatical is a rare privilege, but it can be career-saving. Here’s how to know if it’s what you need.

    In 2011, Rachael O’Meara had worked her way into management at Google, responsible for leading a team of 11 customer-support reps. Her job had all the markings of a successful career, but she was unhappy … and so was her boss. Performance reviews weren’t good, and her manager bluntly told her that she had to change in order to be successful at Google.

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  • How This Former Navy SEAL Tackles Information Overload—On And Off The Battlefield
    By Pavithra Mohan - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017

    Chris Fussell’s military career taught him that large organizations share one key challenge: getting the right intel to the right places fast enough.

    During his 15-year tenure in the U.S. Navy, former SEAL Chris Fussell found that the higher his rank, the more sidelined he felt. “As you move up a traditional, sort of bureaucratic structure, there’s a certain point at which you realize, well, I’m not really on the implementation or execution side—I’m not on the battlefield. I’m an operations person who’s overseeing multiple units that are out on the ground doing the job,” Fussell recently told Fast Company.

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