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Taysha Valez
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Generation Y Global Entrepreneur, Taysha S Valez "de Ames"; North American Born NY,NY. At twenty-nine she is founder of TRImyTAY~Telecom Inc.(IBC) & myTAY PCS (making her the youngest global mobile telecom owner in the world). TAY is also known as the (very private) princess of pricey because of her world record breaking prices on fashion, literature, and beauty products. She's most known for her socialite collection mascara ($589 a tube & up!) and noted for creating a new niche industry called the OAT industry {OAT is a what the word HAUTE really sounds like. OAT stands for Original And Timeless and Over A Thousand.} Although extremely private, TAY has been profiled in many media outlets, including but not limited to, Entrepreneur Magazine,TheYBF.com, TOYs for Girls, German Vanity fair, Womens Wear Daily, and family owned, TRIllionairess Weekly Magazine. TAY, is also a hot topic on slanderous, tabloid style, false-speculating gossip forums/sites, around the INTERNET.

"My only fear is seeming ungrateful. I am so grateful for so many things, too many things and people to count. All i can say is Thank You, Merci,Gracias so much on a daily" -Tay
Topics you're most interested in hearing about in our speaker/program series
mobile industry, m-commerce, mobile-voIP, IPTV, mno's, mvnos, mobile social networks. etc
What are your goals as being part of the WiT community?
Helping to make our sector as profitable, global, and as simple as possible.
Interested in Volunteering:
Board of Directors

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Near field communication, or NFC... What is it?

Near field communication, or NFC, allows for simplified transactions, data exchange, and connections with a touch. It is anticipated to become a widely used system for making payments by smartphone in the United States. Many smartphones currently on the market already contain embedded NFC chips that can send encrypted data a short distance ("near field") to a reader located, for instance, next to a retail cash register. Shoppers who have their credit card information stored in their NFC…


Posted on August 20, 2011 at 4:36pm

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