Dallas based Stream Energy has recently had an article written about them on Patch.com showing the new Philanthropy foundation Stream Cares and what it is involved with. Stream Care is Stream Energy way of giving back to the community.
Stream And How Stream Care Started
During Hurricane Harvey when so many people homes were destroyed Stream Energy used their OWN money to try and help those in need. They used their own money to try and help those who needed it. In fact they were one of the first to help fund the recovery. As corporate giving is usually always put into the lime light whether it is good or bad it is different to see this sort of action. Stream Energy has provided an extensive history with Habitat for Humanity and Red Cross by creating a long term relationship with these donation companies. Making their ties to the community stronger.
How does stream pay for this? Stream provides a simple business model through direct selling to its customers and it pays its associates to build up a network of loyal clients. The company itself provides both residential and corporate services. Bringing in just that little bit more for the company. Through these sales they choose and support causes that they care deeply about. They than decided to create a separate area(Stream Care) just specifically to help the community.
Stream Care And Who They Help
Stream helps many parts of the community in need. They try to tackle the homelessness problem through a Hope Supply Co. Where they have provided the cost of 1,000 meals for homeless children of North Texas. Stream care provides money and supplies to this donation company to help those who need it. Home Supply Co., provides many different supplies needed for homeless children and for the past 4 years Stream Energy has helped provider those materials.
That’s not all either. With Operation Once in a Lifetime Stream also helps provide moral and financial help to the Dallas area veterans in need and their families along with it. Showing they care not only about the one in need but the families that surround them as well. Rather than just giving money Stream Care provided transportation for the veterans and their families to enjoy a delicious December meal at a Texas restaurant and showed how they personally care about the lives of everyone of those involved.
Stream Energy works with there community to provide what they can for those who need it the most. They are a considerate and well minded company that gives back daily with their own money that could just be used for them. Stream Care is just another way Stream gives back.
Robert Santiago is the owner of the most large scale shopping complexes in Brazil. Not one to be boxed in by the expectations of those before him, this Brazilian entrepreneur is always creating building projects, bigger and better than the last. Roberto envisioned turning a non-productive piece of land into a shopping and entertainment megastructure. And as a result construction began in 1988 on Manaira Mall, with a grand opening in 1989. This has become one of the largest shopping malls in the history of the country. But, as time progressed Roberto Santiago proved that visionaries are born with the ability to keep creating. After observing the great success of his first Mall project, he opened another, the Mangabeira Shopping Center. This wasn’t enough, Robert has improved upon the design of the original Manaira Mall and the mall attracts 1.7 million visitors annually.
Manaira Mall’s first expansion was completed in 1997, since then Roberto Santiago has updated the original building with five expansions, that includes a garage building, and the addition of National modern furniture store, Tok Stok. But perhaps the most innovative renovation in Brazil is the place that’s now known as the “place to party.”
In 2009, Roberto Santiago felt that he could improve the city’s economy by bringing in top rated musical acts from around the world. So, he created a state-of-the-art entertainment and rental venue, Domus Hall. It’s akin to a party pavillion with luxury touches. There are two areas to have fun, one is a main floor mezzanine and the other is an upper level with private cabins, suited for ten people. With a seperate music lounge and staging area with dressing rooms. The ground floor can host open music festivals or rows of chairs and tables. This rooftop party space sits atop the Manaira Mall. It’s complete with soundproof walls, air conditioning and can accomodate 4,000 seats or a crowd capacity of 10,000. The venue is a versatile space for public or private events, such as weddings, graduations, fairs and art festivals.
So why is Roberto Santiago considered a business “visionary?” Well, because visionaries are entrepreneurs or businessmen with a grand eye for creating opportunities. Roberto is well known in Brazil and it has made a name for himself internationally as well. Because he goes after the best business opportunities. And he never leaves the buildings to fall into vapid decline. All of his structures have been updated with modern features. He brings out the best in Brazilian culture by combining entertainment and shopping venues with social and economic development. His building projects help add to the culture that is Brazil, filled with lively fun and big, bold flavor.
New York Fashion Week is one of the most highly anticipated annual events in the fashion industry. Each year, aspiring models and designers use New York Fashion Week as a platform to establish themselves in the competitive world of fashion. Finding real talent is rare, and some of the biggest brands use the event to scout new talent, so putting your best foot forward is a must. At the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, ten recent graduates of the schools BFA and MFA 15 minutes of runway time to display their latest designs. Each style is unique, with its own story to tell. This year will mark the schools 22nd annual show.
Established in 1929, Academy of Art University, formerly the Academy of Advertising Art, was founded by painter and magazine editor, Richard S. Stephens. Keeping it in the family, Stephens later passed the leadership torch to his son, who later passed it to his daughter, Elisa Stephens in 1992. While under her leadership, the school’s student body increased from just 2000 enrollments to 18,000 by 2012.
Academy of Art University is a regionally accredited institution offering associates, bachelors and masters degrees in more than twenty different subjects. The institution is one of the largest property owners in San Francisco, and thus offers private transportation to each student to lessen the difficulty of transitioning classes. Their extensive campus also features the universities automobile museum, which holds some of the worlds most valuable vintage cars.
Teachers and Staff at the Academy of Art University are on a mission to help inspire the worlds most creative minds to reach their full potential. The schools no barrier admissions policy allows all students, regardless of their educational background, the opportunity to pursue their degree. All that is required is a passion for learning, and a desire to succeed.
Swiss businessman and entrepreneur Mike Baur is Swiss Startup Factory’s co-founder and managing partner. The company is Switzerland’s leading privately owned new business incubator. Mike Baur spent more than 20 years working in the banking industry. Ever since he was a child, Baur wanted a career in banking and financial services. A very bright and driven young man, he earned a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in banking and finance from the University of Applied Sciences Bern. He then went on to Universität Bern where he got an Executive MBA. Baur also got an MBA from the University of Rochester.
Mike Baur began his business career at UBS where he was hired as a commercial apprentice. After spending several years there, Baur accepted a position at the famed financial institution Clariden Leu. In all, Mike Baur ended up spending over two decades in banking and financial services. By age 39 he had become a board member at one of the top financial institutions in Switzerland. He seemed to have a long and illustrious career in banking ahead of him. Instead, in 2014 Baur retired from the banking industry, joined with his friends Oliver Walzer and Max Meister, co-founded Swiss Startup Factory and began investing in the development of startup companies.
In addition to his work with Swiss Startup Company, Baur also participates in a number of other programs designed to help young entrepreneurs. He participated in the University of St Gallen’s start-up pitching contest called StART Summiteer as a jury member. Baur also was CTI Invest’s deputy managing director and worked with the Goldback Group’s accelerator program as well as with Fintech Fusion. At Swiss Startup Factory Baur and his team use a three month program to teach young entrepreneurs about the things they need to establish their businesses.
The program teaches entrepreneurs about financing, accounting, marketing, taxation, legal responsibilities and the other essential business skills. Swiss Startup Factory provides them with mentoring, coaching and office space in the heart of Switzerland. Once the young entrepreneurs complete the program, Baur and his team gives them the opportunity to connect with a large international network of entrepreneurs and investors. These connections can help the entrepreneurs get the money and business opportunities they need to succeed.
Mike Baur’s goal is to inspire and support the next generation of Swiss entrepreneurs. He wants to encourage young people throughout Switzerland to follow their dreams and develop their business ideas. Baur understands providing support for tech startups and other businesses can transform the country and build a more prosperous future for the coming generations. Through Swiss Startup Factory and other organizations with which Baur is involved, he wants to help nurture the next big startup idea that can create an entirely new business model.
Mike Baur is passionate helping Swiss entrepreneurs to succeed. He’s committed to creating a bridge between Switzerland’s old economy and the one it has the potential to develop. He sees helping entrepreneurs overcome the challenges they face as a personal mission.
Mike Baur is the CEO of Swiss Start-Up Factory, SSUF, a Swiss-based startup accelerator that also offers business incubation services and co-working spaces. The company was founded in 2014 and focuses on innovative technology startups assisting them to execute their business plans properly. The SSUF offers the advantage of seamless access to business capital and integration with a mature entrepreneurial infrastructure including access to experienced talent and consulting services.
SSUF also empowers startups to focus on their core offerings by managing their professional services requirements during the incubation period, which usually runs for three months.
Mike Baur is a finance professional with over twenty years’ experience in the banking sector in Switzerland. He started his career as a commercial apprentice with UBS, one of the oldest banks in the world. He rose through the ranks working for several other companies to executive leadership positions in the industry.
Under his stellar leadership, SSUF is achieving rapid growth and turning startups into profitable businesses serving global markets. He is tasked with financial management and is in charge of the fundraising activities of the startup accelerator. SSUF is privately funded. It offers startups capital financing, business coaching and mentoring, and co-working spaces. It also provides professional business services including accounting, receivables management, payroll and financial review.
Mike Baur is passionate about supporting the youth to achieve business success. He not only contributes to their capital funding but also spends considerable amounts of time mentoring and guiding them on practical ideas to grow their bottom line. Mike Baur recognizes the importance of balancing internal processes of creativity and production with the relevant external elements such as service delivery, marketing, sales and customer care.
Mike Baur has a strong grip on the investor network. He is adept at leading negotiations between technology investors and startups to establish mutually profitable relationships. Recently, he led SSUF in negotiating a strategic partnership with Fintech Fusion enabling the two to join forces to become the top startup accelerator and business incubation service provider in Europe. The company enjoys these strategic and operational partnerships with strong industry brands.
The technology industry continues to open up with more opportunities available for innovative startups to achieve success. Mike Baur is strategically positioned right at the center of the action to foster startup growth through collaborative partnerships. SSUF is committed to empowering startups with disruptive business strategies that guarantee their success as global brands.
In South America, David Osio is recognized as one of the most successful investors and wealthiest people in the country. Over the course of his career he has slowly but surely build up his portfolio and expanding on his business. Although real estate investing is not something that is for everyone, potentially anyone is capable of benefiting from it if they can do it. Prime example would be David Osio himself, who has become extremely wealthy. According to him, it is critically important to think in the long term when it comes to investing, as short term decisions typically end up costing money.
Today, David Osio is a highly successful businessman and many people look up to him in Venezuela. He has also used his time to help build up other businesses and people throughout his work, as he wants to have an impact in multiple ways to help people. He has always made sure to put people first during his process of investing and becoming wealthy. There are many out there who want the success that David has, but they need to be willing to put in the work to get it, and there’s no better inspiration that David. He has the will and drive to go out and get what he wants as well as learn and grow for the future.
David Osio started out working lots of days with no breaks and long hours each day. This is what built him up and put him ahead of the competition. In order to succeed, one must be willing to give it their all, especially in business.
David still has much to do, and has a big plan for his future and his work. It was all excitement when he was named the head of a real estate company, but now the excitement is all in what is coming next in terms of growth. His track record for success is high, and he has been determined to help others succeed as well. David Osio is the perfect example of how to find success from hard work and giving back.
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Media companies are an incredibly important part of running a successful station. In Brazil, one of the largest media companies is known as the RBS Group
. The RBS Group runs a variety of television and radio stations that can all be found within the Brazilian market. Its owner, Duda Melzer,
is the reason why the group has grown to its size and why so many people both love and trust the company for what it is able to offer to them. Superior quality and outsourcing are what you can find with this company and why so many people love it.
Duda Melzer has a lot of experience running companies and continues to be a prize within his field. Because of the fact that he has a lot of experience, it is no wonder that so many people have chosen him for their own media needs. The RBS Group, in particular, has grown to a tremendous size to the point where it is one of the only media companies in Brazil at the current moment. It can be a wonderful opportunity for a lot of people who are looking to change their options and work with a company that they can trust.
The RBS Group is ideal for all media needs and Duda Melzer continues to put his passion and experience into running the firm. You will find that with each year that passes, this media group grows even bigger than it was the year before. This is why so many people feel confident in using the company for what it is worth and why a lot of individuals are noticing that it has changed the way that they look at things and the fact that there are many media options that happen to be available to them on any given day.
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Ed Peskowitz and Bruce were the original launchers the United Communication Group. They started working while based at an apartment that was owned by Bruce’s dad. While working for the Washington Star, Bruce got an opportunity to hone his journalism skills. Later on, he joined a newspaper owned by the Observer Publishing as a reporter. Currently, Time’s Bruce Levenson works as a board member of the United Communication Group, and also he acts as the adviser to the executive team in the group. Bruce has also worked as a member and as a founder of Tech Target, which is a firm that is traded publicly. Tech Target was launched in the United Communication Group, and it later started trading publicly in 2003. Bruce has worked as a member of various boards that consist of Hoop Dream Foundation, Specialized Information Industry, and the Washington-based Community Foundation. He is the president of Dream Foundation that is also located in Washington. With his wife, they have been actively involved in philanthropic work and the management of a non-profit organization that is based at the University of Maryland.
The center, which is based at the University of Maryland, is a source of various innovative courses and programs. Bruce Levenson has provided $10 000 as gifts to deserving organizations that work for the betterment of the community. In 2015 provided the needed resources for the construction of a dorm at the University of Maryland Centre, which was to be used by the freshmen pursuing various degree courses. Bruce has also sponsored 12 students to go to India where they were expected to perform various duties in organizations that provide assistance to the disabled, wildlife preservation, and the youth outreach programs. This was supposed to allow the students put into practice most of the skills that they have learned in the University and leave a positive impact on the general population of where they were sent to work.
Bruce and Ed Peskowitz are partners of the Atlanta Hawks, which is a group of various businessmen who own the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta Hawks is a famous basketball team. As for now, Bruce works as a partner of the team, and he is also part of the Board of Governors of the NBA. Sometime back in 2012, he employed Danny Ferry as the General Manager of the Atlanta Hawks. Danny was to act also as the president of Hawks. Initially, as a basketball player, Ferry played for Cleveland Cavaliers before serving as the general manager of the team. Later on, he was employed by San Antonio Spurs, where he rose to be the president before joining the Atlanta Hawks.
Bruce had in 2014 accompanied members of the staff of the team to the Holocaust Museum, which is situated in Washington DC. While at the function, he delivered a speech that was very moving and motivational. His mother in law is an Holocaust survivor, and the speech was centered on Bruce’s experiences. The Holocaust Museum runs programs that are geared towards educating the students and the teachers the lessons that were learned during the Holocaust.
John Textor is a media and digital tech wizard most recently known for creating a stunningly realistic posthumous performance of the late Michael Jackson. It took 8 long months of work, but there was no doubt that Jackson’s performance of “Slave to the Rhythm” for the 2014 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas was a magical one. In fact, the performance was so realistic that when personal friends and family members of Jackson witnessed it, many of them were brought to tears. That was the crowing glory for Textor, who knew at that moment that he had made something very special.
Prior to that, Textor spent 6 years leading the Digital Domain Media Group as its Chairman and CEO. Digital Domain Media was responsible for the cutting edge visual effects of a host of big budget blockbuster VFX driven films such as Tron: Legacy, Real Steel, Transformers and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End as well as the more realistic epic Flags of our Fathers. In total, Textor helmed the productions of 25 large scale feature films during his tenure as the head of Digital Domain Media and was responsible for bringing the company back to being a dominant industry leader in the VFX market.
During that time, Digital Domain received numerous Academy Awards and Academy Award Nominations, as well as taking home a host of Clio awards for advertising. Perhaps his most notable achievement of all, however, was Digital Domain’s delivery of the very first believable digital human actor. Long considered the “Holy Grail of Animation” this achievement raked in a coveted Oscar for Achievement in Visual Effects at the 2009 Academy Awards, for their work on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
The highest accolade of all for this achievement, however, was that the film also received an Oscar for Best Makeup, even though the “actor” in question was actually a stunningly realistic digital effect that delivered a full hour long Oscar worthy performance. It was also this breakthrough in technology that allowed Digital Domain to venture into the arena of “live” posthumous performances by entertainment legends such as Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur, who was featured in a live performance with Snoop Dogg at 2012’s Coachella Music Festival.
In 2013, Mr. Textor functioned as both a Producer and Executive Producer of the wildly successful end-of-year science fiction/ fantasy blockbuster Ender’s Game. He is currently working on development of a host of entertainment properties in a wide variety of venues and across a broad spectrum of technology platforms, but there is enormous speculation about the future of posthumous performances. A few of the names that have been mentioned for consideration are legends like Bob Marley and Frank Sinatra.