130 ferias, medios, prensa y bloggers en Baltimore, MD
- PO Box 6560 AnnapolisMD2140150507
A direct-mail magazine, Annapolis Home Magazine showcases the finest design and estates in Maryland and Washington DC, with special focus on Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore.
- 418 Seward Square SE #1 WashingtonDC
Hi! I'm a freelance writer, copywriter, photographer, and designer living in Washington, DC. I've photographed spaces that have been published here on Houzz, as well as The Everygirl, Apartment Therapy, and Washingtonian. I also write web copy and blog posts for interior designers and other design professionals. When I'm not bringing great design to life online, you can find me browsing vintage stores looking to score my next mid-century treasure.
ezeonsoft is a leading application and web development company in India that offers Mobile as well as Web solution to consumers and businesses. Founded in 2010, we have successfully developed more than 1000 applications (including 50+ apps in top categories and 50+ apps in top Notch team) not only in Android, ios but in Blackberry and Windows platform as well. We specialized in Game development, Web App Services, Cloud Computing serving many customers and clients from different industry like TCI, Real Estate, Hospitals, Education, Food, Diet Chart Daily, Wedding, Health, Yoga and more. Services Provided Android app Devleopment I phone App Development I pad App Development Windows app Development CMS ERP Areas Served Around the world Certifications and Awards Google ISO9001:2008
- 451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 350 RockvilleMD20850
HOME&DESIGN magazine, published by Homestyles Media, Inc., is the top resource for luxury consumers who want to tap into the design and architecture communities in the Baltimore-Washington region. Every issue of the magazine delivers inspiring, content-rich articles and high-quality photography depicting the most interesting and innovative homes in DC, Maryland and Virginia. In its more than a decade of existence (founded in 1999) HOME&DESIGN has consistently provided the finest ideas and solutions for interior design, architecture, custom building, kitchen and bath design, landscape design, fine furniture, art and home-technology. See our current issue and more at <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www.homeanddesign.com">http://www.homeanddesign.com</a>
- 451 Hungerford Drive Suite 350Rockville, MDMD20850
The HOME&DESIGN Portfolio of 100 Top Designers was conceived to connect homeowners with top local professionals for designing a custom home or renovation, decorating interiors or sprucing up outdoor living spaces. You’ll find a wide range of styles, from classical to contemporary. Each designer’s work and experience is profiled and can be searched on the website by region, individual name, specialty and firm name.
- 451 Hungerford Drive Suite 350RockvilleMD20850
Chesapeake Views magazine, published by Homestyles Media, Inc., showcases Luxury Living on the Bay, and is filled with content-rich articles and high-quality photography depicting the most interesting and innovative homes in the Bay area. COVER: Photo by Stephen Cherry
Advice, inspiration and motivation for empty-nester baby boomers and others going through the process of downsizing, organizing, simplifying, reinvention and otherwise living a simpler life.
- 17 K St. WashingtonDC20017
Neil Dhillon has lived his life in the shadow of the spotlight. For more than 30 years, this man has been involved in a wide range of political processes and helped to shape the careers of many who have, in turn, shaped our nation's recent history. However, the man himself is not known to many outside the rather small world of political strategy and analysis. While he works behind the scenes, others take center stage. However, his work in the fields of public relations, strategy and thought leadership have made him a pivotal player in the national and international political scene. He began his love affair with public policy and how it affects the population of America when he took his initial degree in Political Science in 1984 from The American University in Washington, D.C. He had always been interested in government and how it worked; now, he was going to have a chance to work firsthand within the confines of the political world and begin the career that would eventually launch him to the top of his field, making him one of the most important political analysts and contributors of his time. From relatively humble beginnings, he began the work that would later be noted as game-changing in and around Washington. Neil Dhillon ( <a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/neildhillon6">https://twitter.com/neildhillon6</a>) was soon hired by Congressman Bob Matsui to work in his Washington, D.C., office. He began his work there in 1984, shortly after his graduation, and continued to work with the staff for nearly 10 years, helping to define and develop the policies that would place Matsui into prominence in the House of Representatives. By 1988, he had become the Chief of Staff of Matsui's organization, becoming one of the youngest and most prominent members of a crowded organization in a position that many others waited years to achieve. At the time, it was almost unheard of for such a young man to rise to such a position in that short time, but he was no ordinary staffer, a fact Bob Matsui quickly recognized. He moved quickly on in 1993 to the White House, a move that was not unanticipated by those who knew and appreciated this talents. He was appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs at the United States Department of Transportation by then-President Bill Clinton. Neil Dhillon is a recognized expert in thought leadership, the art of discerning what, among the myriad pieces of information and opinion, is of value and focusing on that data.