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Brenda Fuster


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Strategic Communications Specialist with travel, consumer-tech, and hospitality experience. Skilled in media relations, event planning, corporate communications and social media management. Fluent in English and Spanish, with advanced knowledge of Italian and French. Received a Master of Science (M.S.) in Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication from New York University.


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Sex After Cancer

With a therapist or on their own, partners can try "sensate focus exercises" that involve them in exploratory touching without the pressure to achieve a goal like orgasm.

CBS New York
Best New Hotel Openings In NY

If you’re looking for a boutique hotel in midtown then make a reservation at the newly opened Cachet Boutique NYC. This U.S. flagship property of the Asia-Pacific based hotel management company Cachet Hospitality Group is quite impressive. It includes signature rooms and suites with custom-crafted furnishings by designer Jay Godfrey as well as a lobby that offers alluring photographs and videos curated by the Steven Kasher Gallery. Guests can nosh on farm-to-table delicacies by Chef David...

Business Insider
Ice-cream maker Häagen-Dazs scoops out its biggest ever rebrand

Häagen-Dazs is no longer the ice-cream brand its fans have known across the globe for nearly six decades. The ice-cream maker, owned by the consumer goods giant General Mills, has rolled out the biggest brand overhaul in its 56-year history, complete with fresh packaging, a brand-new logo, plans to revamp its 800-plus global stores and a global advertising campaign.

U.S. World and News Report
Father-Daughter Getaway Ideas in Time for Father's Day

Aer Lingus now offers direct service from Hartford, Connecticut, to Europe. Plus, travelers can stop in Dublin on the way to their final European destination and enjoy two cities for the price of one.

As New Zealand Courts Tech Talent, Isolation Becomes a Draw

This is the second time New Zealand has tried to use Silicon Valley to jump-start its fledgling tech economy. The current effort is in some ways an outgrowth of the first, featuring the same players. The first time, there were big promises that were never fulfilled.

Tempted To Leave The U.S.? New Zealand Wants To Help You Escape

Right after the presidential election, visits from U.S. citizens to the Immigration New Zealand website soared. Think 56,300 visits in 24 hours versus the usual average of 2,300. And New Zealand Now - a website about living, working, studying and investing in the country - experienced the same spike, with a 192% increase in U.S.

Tech workers, New Zealand wants you

Mt. Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo: Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency, for USA TODAY) SAN FRANCISCO - The USA's neighbors to the north and south aren't the only ones making pitches for the world's tech workers who may feel stranded by President Trump's lingering immigration ban threat.

Travel + Leisure
New Zealand Will Give You a Free Trip If You Agree to a Job Interview

The tech industry in Wellington, New Zealand, is actively looking to recruit tech experts from around the world-and they're offering a free trip to the country for anyone who can prove their merit. The city is looking to bring in 100 new software developers, creative directors, product managers, analysts, and digital strategists from around the world to invigorate the country's growing tech scene.

Smaller Airports Get the Attention of International Carriers

"Smaller airports are the next coming thing," said Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian, which is also talking to Stewart International Airport in Orange County, N.Y., about starting European-bound flights. In 2016, a record 18,000 city pairs were connected by air, according to the International Air Transport Association, an airline trade group.

5 New Travel Startups Creating a Smarter Future For Digital Payments

Payments are one of the deepest fault lines being tested throughout the travel industry in 2016. From how travelers pay for their Airbnb to their Uber ride, from their business class airfare to their dinner tab, we've seen many challenges and solutions emerge from virtually all sectors this year.
UTU Takes Loyalty Cross-Border |

Loyalty and rewards - even on a local level and even under ideal conditions - is not an easy nut to crack. It's a target that retailers all strive for, and when it works well and has the desired sticky effects because it adds value to the consumer and the merchant, it's a beautiful thing.
Deal: Want to go to Ireland soon? $749 for L.A.-Dublin flights

If you skipped Europe this summer because airfares were too high, this may be a deal too good to pass up. Aer Lingus launched a fare sale Thursday with a sweet off-season price starting at $749 round-trip for Los Angeles-Dublin flights.

The Good Men Project
Why Joy is the Next Big Thing in Work -

Business isn't rocket science, though it does run on rocket fuel. Leaders must inspire people to be the best they can be in pursuit of a dream. Leaders inspire people towards greatness. They accelerate people beyond being good. They develop greatness in people through the four pillars: Responsibility, Learning, Recognition, and Joy.

The Feed: Southern Cooking Lands in Brooklyn

Southern Cooking Lands in Brooklyn Carla Hall has a visceral reaction to her long-delayed restaurant debut, which officially opens in Brooklyn on Friday. "I feel like I've had this baby-this baby who's not sleeping through the night," said the former "Top Chef" contestant. "I'm like, ooh, this is what it's like."

Tasting Table
Austrian Food Isn't All Schnitzel and Strudel

Don't get us wrong, we love us some Wiener schnitzel and apple strudel. But while these Austrian hallmarks are understandably revered for a reason, they represent a heavier part of the cuisine that often overshadows the fresh, seasonal side. "People think of Austrian food as really Germanic, and it's all, like, meat and potatoes," Austrian-born, Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder says.

The Huffington Post
5 Refreshing Cocktails to Get You Into Spring

Spring is perhaps the most pleasant of the four seasons. It's when Mother Nature shakes off her mantle of snow and gets back to growing. New life is found all around us, and plants transition from the depressing shades of grey found in winter, to lush greens and pastels.

Travel + Leisure
Travel + Leisure

Jet-setters who book one of only four private suites on Air France's new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft get to lounge on a 6.5-foot-long bed, swathed in merino wool blankets and cotton sleep suits. They're also each gifted with a leather cosmetics bag by French brand Givenchy.
Six travel apps for your new Apple Watch (whenever it's delivered)

If you're one of the almost 1 million Americans who ordered an Apple Watch last Friday, get ready to upload travel-worthy apps. Delivery of the device is expected to take four to six weeks, plenty of time to decide what you want to access on your wrist.

The 10 best new luxury hotels of 2014

Singapore You know a hotel is awesome when Karl Lagerfeld had a hand in its creation. Not only did he exclusively design aspects of the hotels "atmosphere" like the "Lion's Seal" emblem, but the front-of-house staff uniforms are taken from the fashion icon's collection as well.

Top 10 Airlines on Social Media for November 2014

As consumers plan their trips for the upcoming holiday season, airlines are in full force with share-worthy content and customer care on social media. Half of the list below contains U.S. domestic low-cost carriers. The other half represent international airlines from The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Brazil, France, and New Zealand.

Report: Hotel Room Prices Rising

The cost of renting a hotel room climbed in 2014 for the fifth year in a row, according to the latest Hotel Price Index (HPI), rising by an average of 3 percent around the world. Hotels in North America saw the biggest increase, jumping 5 percent from 2013.

Business Insider
The 28 most expensive cities to eat in around the world

Prices vary around the world for basic items such as a cup of coffee, a beer, or a club sandwich, but the cost of those items can reveal a great deal about how expensive it is to live and travel in those destinations.

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10 Travel Tips to make JAMAICA Your Home Away from Home

The best way to get to know Jamaica is to meet the warm, friendly people. Whether it is in Kingston, Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios, the South Coast or Port Antonio, the best way to meet the people is to immerse oneself in the island's daily life.

Marketing Directo
La nueva campaña de BGH Joy nos muesta su velocidad

"The Chase" es el nuevo anuncio creado por Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi en Argentina. Bajo el claim "downloading shouldn't be a drama", el comercial describe la ansiedad que se siente al ver que el móvil no carga un vídeo y se para en medio de una reproducción.

La Costa Sur de Jamaica, un oasis escondido con belleza infinita

Famosa por sus encantos del Viejo Mundo, recónditas playas y seductores paisajes poco frecuentados, la Costa Sur es un verdadero cofre del tesoro de la cultura caribeña. El lugar es conocido tanto por su gente amable, como por su prístina e impoluta belleza natural, lo que se complementa con su rica biodiversidad, deliciosa comida e históricas plantaciones.

Turismo e Viagem
Cenário de filme, Lagoa Azul 'sem fundo' encanta turistas na Jamaica

Tão paradisíaca que foi escolhida como um dos cenários do famoso filme "A Lagoa Azul" (1980), com a atriz Brooke Shields. Assim é a Lagoa Azul da Jamaica, um lago natural rodeado de verde na cidade costeira de Port Antonio, a 100 quilômetros de distância da capital, Kingston.

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