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DailyDAC LLC Welcomes Gay Jervey
Gay Jervey joins DailyDAC LLC as a Senior Contributing Writer.
Gay Jervey is a senior contributing writer for AIMkts. She has written for such publications as The New York Times, Money, Inc., Business Week, Fortune Small Business, Reader’s Digest, Good Housekeeping, Working Mother, More, CFO, The American Lawyer, Financial Planning Magazine and The M & A Journal. Ms. Jervey started her career as a reporter for Advertising Age. She then began work for two publications founded by Steven Brill: first, as a senior writer for The American Lawyer for about eight years, and then at Brill’s Content Magazine for another three years. She joined Money Magazine as a Contributing Writer, where she remained for about four years. Most recently, Ms. Jervey has operated a boutique copywriting firm that has worked for clients such as T. Rowe Price, The Financial Services Institute, and a number of law firms.
About DailyDAC LLC
DailyDAC, LLC provides continuing education and information for business owners and executives, accredited investors, and their respective trusted advisors (primarily attorneys, accountants, and other financial and business advisors).
Financial Poise (http://www.financialpoise.com) produces webinars for three different audiences: (1) attorneys and other trusted advisors, (2) business owners and C-level executives, and (3) accredited investors (as that term is defined by U.S. securities law).
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Business Law Dumbed Down is a group of websites designed to offer practical and useful information, in plain English, to business owners, C-level executives, businesses intermediaries (investment bankers and business brokers), and their respective trusted advisors (accounts, attorneys, and consultants)
DailyDAC's Book Publishing Division is currently working with authors on its first four books, two of which will be published in 2014 and two of which will be published in 2015. The Book Publishing Division leverages off of its relationships with DailyDAC's contributors to bring to market plain English reference books about topics of interest to its core audiences.