Monthly Archives: July 2017

The Imaginative And Successful Career Of Livio Bisterzo

Livio Bisterzo is a well known Italian entrepreneur. He lives in Los, Angeles, California with his wife and three children. When he was 18 he moved to the United Kingdom and attended the University of the Arts in London.

His background was in marketing and Livio founded his first entrepreneurial venture in 2003. After the event business he continued to create his business portfolio. This included hospitality such as Pollen Street and the Maddox Club as well as consumer brands including Little Miracles and Kyoku for Men and assorted lifestyle businesses.

Beginning in 2006, Livio Bisterzo has had his brands featured in The Times, Vanity Fair, Sunday Style, Esquire, GQ, Harpers and FT. The Evening Standard nominated him as one of the most 1000 influential individuals in London in 2007. By 2008 he had entered into a partnership with the RNA Corporation. This was a manufacturer of private labels based in Chicago and offering a skincare line for men sold in 26 countries. Livio Bisterzo left the business in 2010 and in 2011 he acquired a Danish start up business known as Little Miracles. The company specialized in organic juice and tea blends, continued to grow and won several international awards. The brand is currently being distributed in 18 countries.

Read more: Spreading Peas & Love with HIPPEAS and CEO, Livio Bisterzo

Livio Bisterzo moved his family to Los Angeles, California in 2016 where he created Green Park Holdings. This was an innovational food company in the sector of nutrition and health. Their goal was the creation of multichannel brands for drinks and food. They focused on foods that were natural and better for the body. Their brands have has a profound impact on cultural and behavioral change and they are in the lead for making a needed change in the drink and food industries.

Green Park Holdings released their first brand in 2016. This was an organic puff made from chickpeas and shook up the market for global snacking. The brand had a bold story, exciting flavors and excellent health credentials. Hippea’s were designed to influence and appeal to individuals who are socially and health conscious. The identity of the brand came from the original hippie era.

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Take A Tour Of Yokohama With Kim Dao And Friends

Japan has so many magical cities to explore. One such city is Yokohama (Japanese: 横浜). Have you ever dreamed of visiting this celebrated city by Tokyo Bay? You have? Well then, you must check out Kim Dao’s fabulous new vlog “A day in YOKOHAMA, Japan | Beer Festival & China Town.

 

Kim is curling her hair at the start of this epic video. She tells her viewers she’s going to meet YouTuber Chris Okano and go to the Yokohama Beer Festival. It’s been a long time since Kim Dao has been to Yokohama. Indeed, the last time she was there was for a Pikachu festival a few years ago.

 

In the next shot, Kim and Chris board a train headed to Yokohama’s Chinatown. As Chris and Kim are walking around Chinatown, they bump into YouTubers DTFravel. They also meet vloggers Thomas & Tracey who decide to join Kim and Chris in their quest for an authentic Chinese lunch. Learn more: https://twitter.com/kimdaoblog?lang=en

 

After a bit of walking, Kim Dao finally finds an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet. Kim says it only costs ¥1680 for each person at this restaurant. Chris shows off his Mandarin speaking abilities as he orders everyone’s meal.

 

With lunch out of the way, all four friends start walking towards a red-brick building for a beer tasting event. Along the way, Kim Dao films striking images of the Yokohama pier. Learn more: http://kimdao.tumblr.com/

 

When they arrive at the beer festival, Kim Dao takes us around the various booths. Kim and her friends all jump on a green sofa and take a selfie. Afterwards, everyone gets a complimentary canister of Beams Design “Green Label” beer.

 

A little bit later, Kim Dao decides to try some highly-reviewed donuts at Camden’s Blue Star Donuts. Chris isn’t that impressed with the donuts. He actually says Krispy Kreme donuts are far superior.

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Kim Dao ends her video with spectacular shots of the amusement park and a major shopping mall in Yokohama.