In any business it is very important to build a strong network of service providers and professionals. Having a strong infrastructure is the cornerstone to growing your business, and strategic partnerships can be valuable assets in your formula for success.

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Ivy Rappaport is an agent with New York Life, a top life insurance company in the nation with the best rating available from all the rating agencies. Ivy’s expertise is in advising her clients on the options available to them with their life insurance, long term care insurance and income annuities. Ivy is a leading agent with New York Life, and she also brokers all other insurance companies. Ivy is recognized as a national leader in writing long term care insurance. You can visit her LinkedIn here.



Keno Rider is an established and respected realtor, with a vast knowledge of West Hollywood real estate, who utilizes the latest technologies, market research and business strategies to exceed your expectations. More importantly, he listens to you, and that means he find solutions that are tailored to you.





Regina Lark, Board Certified Professional Organizer in Los Angeles, and owner of A Clear Path, has been organizing her own and other people’s spaces for as long as she can remember. She loves mess, thrives on clearing clutter, and thoroughly enjoys helping people figure out what to do with their stuff and their lives.



Ara Oghoorian, CFA, CFP® is the Founder and President of ACap Asset Management, Inc. a Fee-Only financial advisory firm specializing in providing financial advice specifically tailored for doctors and other medical professionals. Just as you help your patients achieve medical health, ACap Asset Management will help you achieve financial health.


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Addition Building Design

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