ACQYR and Ronnie Nijmeh – Pressroom
ACQYR is a privately-held provider of skills development reports, training, coaching and seminars for individuals, teams and organizations. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, ACQYR collaborates with management consultants, conflict resolution experts and medical researchers to provide its series of reports on transferable skills.
About Ronnie Nijmeh
Ronnie Nijmeh (pronounced: “Nij-may”) is the president and founder of ACQYR (pronounced as: “Acquire”), a personal skill development firm based in Toronto, Canada.
Ronnie has authored dozens of articles on a wide range of topics including motivation, people management, strategy, success, stress, and conflict. He is an accomplished author, speaker and coach who has been a featured stress expert in print, television and radio.
Prior to ACQYR, Ronnie led a team of over 100 software testers while also managing technical support and new product development before becoming Director of Business Development for a California-based software company. He has also founded numerous successful online software distribution companies.
Ronnie has given seminars for such organizations as the University of Toronto, the City of Toronto (Enterprise Toronto), and SelfGrowth.com. He is an author of 3 books on stress and conflict, and a co-author of “101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health.”
He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with High Distinction from the University of Toronto and has many lessons and experiences in people and business management that he wishes to share with you.
Ronnie Nijmeh (pronounced: “Nij-may”) is an accomplished author, speaker and coach specializing in stress management. Ronnie has authored four books on stress management and healthy living and conducts seminars and training for individuals, businesses, and organizations.
He has also been a featured stress expert in print, television and radio. Ronnie is the president and founder of ACQYR (pronounced: “acquire”), a personal skill development firm based in Toronto, Canada.
If you are a member of the press and would like to arrange an interview with Ronnie about ACQYR Stress Busters or would like to request a review copy, please contact ACQYR at email@example.com.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: ‘All the Rage’ by Ann-Marie McQueen, Ottawa Sun, May 1, 2007.
News of celebrity meltdowns are splattered across the entertainment pages. ACQYR’s Ronnie Nijmeh offers some tips on reducing stress in this article by The Ottawa Sun’s Ann Marie McQueen. (The article is no longer freely available on the site above. For PDF version click here.)
TELEVISION PROGRAM: ‘Stress Busting Tips’ broadcasted on CBC’s Steven and Chris, April 3, 2008.
Ronnie Nijmeh offered some “stress busters” in a special stress management segment on CBC’s “Steven and Chris” a Canadian, nationwide daily lifestyle talk show airing weekdays at 2pm EST. The program aired on CBC TV and a video recording of the stress busters segment is available.
TELEVISION PROGRAM: ’10 Days of a Meaning Christmas’ broadcasted on Global TV’s 100 Huntley Street, December 13, 2007.
Ronnie Nijmeh appeared in the television program ‘100 Huntley Street’ where he offered some timely advice to manage holiday stress. The program aired in Canada on Global TV and CTS and a video recording of the holiday stress segment is available.
RADIO PROGRAM: ‘Stress Relief Strategies’ broadcasted on The Afternoon Drive with Colin McEnroe, WTIC News Talk 1080 AM, May 13, 2008.
Ronnie Nijmeh appeared on the Hartford, CT talk radio show: ‘The Afternoon Drive’ where he offered some practical advice on relieving stress in the challenging world we live in. The program aired on WTIC News Talk 1080 AM and an audio recording of the stress relief segment is available.
RADIO PROGRAM: ‘Family & Holiday Stress’ broadcasted on The Rutherford Show, AM 770 CHQR, December 27, 2007.
Ronnie Nijmeh appeared on Alberta’s #1 talk radio show: ‘The Rutherford Show’ where he offered some timely advice to manage family & holiday stress. The program aired on AM 770 CHQR and an audio recording of the family & holiday stress segment is available.
Ronnie’s Immediate Contact Information
Phone: 1-877-438-3048 ext. 710
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