Cimpress (previously Vistaprint) is a company that produces marketing materials and promotional items through mass customization and web-to-print systems. Founded in 1995 as Vistaprint, the company eventually acquired a number of other customization and printing companies in various countries. It adopted its current name, Cimpress, in 2014 when the company reorganized with the intention of unifying their systems across their subsidiary brands; Vistaprint remained the Cimpress brand in North America.
Vista, is the annual international business summit hosted by IIM Bangalore. The summit spanning across three days can be defined as the "coming together of academia and industry". The event brings together the leaders of every field, like, marketing, finance, operations, human resources, consulting, social work, etc. and provides a platform for students to enhance knowledge in the field learning from veterans through events, competitions and case studies. The event also incorporates several guest speaker sessions and conclaves from people who have inspired generations of Indians into success.
About IIM Bangalore's Vista
Vista was hosted for the first time by IIM Bangalore in 2002. It is the oldest business festival hosted by a B-school in South India and the 4th oldest in India behind Manfest (IIM Lucknow), Intaglio (IIM Calcutta) and Confluence (IIM Ahmedabad). An important feature of Vista is its social intervention each year. Through associations with NGOs and through the social events that it holds and promotes, Vista communicates a social message too.
The phrase "blood and treasure" or "lives and treasure" has been used to refer to the human and monetary costs associated with massive endeavours such as war that expend both.
Searching for hidden treasure is a common theme in legend; treasure hunters do exist, and can seek lost wealth for a living.
A buried treasure is an important part of the popular beliefs surrounding pirates. According to popular conception, pirates often buried their stolen fortunes in remote places, intending to return for them later (often with the use of treasure maps).
There are three well known stories that helped popularize the myth of buried pirate treasure: "The Gold-Bug" by Edgar Allan Poe, "Wolfert Webber" by Washington Irving and Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson. They differ widely in plot and literary treatment but all are derived from the William Kidd legend. Stevenson's Treasure Island was directly influenced by Irving's "Wolfert Webber", Stevenson saying in his preface "It is my debt to Washington Irving that exercises my conscience, and justly so, for I believe plagiarism was rarely carried farther.. the whole inner spirit and a good deal of the material detail of my first chapters.. were the property of Washington Irving."
A church treasure (German:Kirchenschatz) is the collection of historical art treasures belonging to a church, usually a monastery (monastery treasure), abbey, cathedral. Such "treasure" is usually held and displayed in the church's treasury or in a diocesan museum. Historically the highlight of church treasures was often a collection of reliquaries.
As a result of gifts and the desire to acquire sacred artifacts, many churches over the centuries gathered valuable and historic collections of altar plate, illuminated manuscripts of liturgical or religious books, as well as vestments, and other works of art or items of historical interest. Despite iconoclasm, secularism, looting, fire, the enforced sale of treasure in times of financial difficulty, theft and other losses, much of this treasure has survived or has even been repurchased. Many large churches have been displaying their riches to visitors in some form for centuries.
Examples and museums of important church and cathedral treasures
"Treasure" is a song recorded by Bruno Mars for his second studio album titled Unorthodox Jukebox (2012). It is inspired by Breakbot's song "Baby I'm Yours". "Treasure" was written by Mars himself along with Philip Lawrence, Ari Levine and Phredley Brown, while production was handled by Mars, Lawrence and Levine under the name The Smeezingtons. The song is the album's fourth track and was selected as its third single by Atlantic Records. "Treasure" was first released to mainstream radio in Italy on May 10, 2013, through Warner Music. The track details Mars' band time of party and fun: Philip Lawrence described it as "the kind of song where the whole band can get up and jam". It was described as a disco, funk, soul and post-disco with R&B elements.
"Treasure" became Mars' seventh top 10 hit in the United States since his career begun in 2010. It has also reached the top-five in countries like Canada, Israel and South Africa. "Treasure" ranked within the top 20 in eight territories. It received media attention for its "funk" vibe, that a few artists have brought back, including Mars.