Samuel Strauch is a real estate guru in Miami. He holds a BBA in international studies from Hofstra University and international finance and foreign marketing degree from Erasmus University. His educational background and experience have made him successful. Before joining his family’s real estate company, he was a banker, an opportunity that granted him vast experience in finance.
Since then, Mr. Strauch has established Metrik Real Estate Agency. By his leadership, the agency has made significant milestones in the industry. His has earned himself a solid reputation for selling homes on time. His company has witnessed growth over time, because of his ability to think outside the box. His diligence at work is great.
Samuel Strauch works very uniquely with his employees. First, he ensures that people employed to work with him are suitable and passionate about the roles they are expected to play. Mr. Strauch is a firm believer that a happy person is more productive. Therefore Samuel tries to create a fulfilling working environment. He expects them to grow as individuals and be productive, to score better results at work. He once said, “Even the smallest actions have the potential to become the biggest sources of positive change.”
Mr. Strauch is passionate about art and photography. He has his blog dedicated to his travels in Tibet, which features numerous photographs focused on Tibetan Buddhist monks. His life seems to revolve a statement he made,” Life is a lesson and whatever path we take is an essential part of our growth.”
Pediatric surgeon Dr. Saad Saad is a graduate of the Cairo University School of Medicine. He completed his General Surgery Residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Board Certified in Pediatric and General Surgery Dr. Saad is qualified to perform a dozen surgical procedures.
In practice, for over four decades Dr. Saad Saad is currently affiliated with Eaton Town, NJ based Meridian Pediatric Surgical Associates. In 2014 Dr. Saad was honored with a Patients’ Choice Award and Compassionate Doctor Recognition. He has performed free surgeries on impoverished children in the US and the Middle East. Besides being a physician and surgeon, Dr. Saad is also a medical innovator.
Dr. Saad Saad holds a patent for a Catheter with Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device. Because catheters are use-specific there are multiple types of catheters. In the simplest of terms, a catheter is a tube that is inserted into a patient’s body.
Catheters can be guided into place using a wire. The problem is that the wire can break off inside the patient resulting in complications. Imaging devices can be used to place catheters, but using an MRI machine during surgery is impractical and utilizing x-rays means bombarding the patient with radiation.
Dr. Saad’s solution was to invent a catheter with a built-in homing device. The detection device emits and an electromagnetic signal. The surgeon passes the detecting device over the patient until a light indicates that the catheter has been located.
As of this writing, the CIELID is not in production. The device’s practicality and safety benefits have caught the eye of an Iowa based producer of medical equipment.
Patent Number 5,725,478 was granted for an improved endoscope developed by Dr. Saad Saad. Dr. Saad’s scope is in production and sees extensive use. Endoscopy employs an illuminated flexible tube with a lens to explore the digestive tract. Endoscopes eliminate the need for exploratory surgery and utilizing imaging machinery.
Prior to Dr. Saad’s improvements, there were some drawbacks to using an endoscope. The human body is 60% water and where you have water and a lens in a warm environment you have condensation. When the doctor’s view became obstructed it would be necessary to remove the scope from the patient’s body, use a vacuum to purge the scope of the accumulated fluid, and reinsert the endoscope.
Dr. Saad replaced the anti-fog port on an endoscope with a suction/irrigation device. Now an endoscope can be cleared of liquid inside the body. This ability can shorten the time it takes to perform an endoscopy. For a pediatric surgeon like Dr. Saad, his modified endoscope has proven ideal for spotting and extracting the small items that are swallowed by children. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saad-saad-524707159/
Businessman Robert Ivy is a popular and experienced architect. At present, Ivy is serving as the executive vice-president and CEO (chief executive officer) of a professional organization known as the American Institute of Architects.
Ivy had held the position since the year 2011. He strives to ensure the group’s growth had to help everyone meet their goals. Some say architects such as Ivy hold an important role in society because they design where we live and work.
Ivy believes architects must be trained and educated to help them avoid making costly mistakes. After all, designing homes comes with a number of different challenges. Ivy himself studied at what some consider the best educational institutions in the United States.
Following his graduation from high school, Ivy headed for Tulane University. The degree he earned there laid the foundation for his successful career in the field of architecture. Prior to architecture, Ivy had earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.
Prior to working at AIA, Ivy secured employment with a few other architectural firms in the United States. Not only is Ivy now the AIA vice-president, he is also reported to be an influential member of the organization known as the International Circle of Architecture Critics or ICAC. In his position of executive president and executive director, he continues to be quite vocal on a couple of big issues.
He is concerned about the reputation of all architects. This is why the society strives to maintain respect for the people working in the profession. Ivy also focuses on the very future of the profession. Ivy’s experience is said to have helped the AIA increase its membership most notably in New York City and all its neighboring areas.
Robert Ivy has gone on to prove to the members of the AIA that his education and work experience have given him the right leadership skills. As AIA leader he oversees all the daily activities at the institution aided by his staff. When the AIA was officially founded, no one had any inkling of just what kind of an impact it would have on the architectural industry.
Initially, the organization had but a handful of members interested in the field of architecture. Several years passed and things began to happen. Today the AIA is considered to be one of the top professional organizations in the U.S. and is headquartered in New York.
Ted Bauman, editorial director at Banyan Hill Publishing, recently posted an article on www.medium.com that may get investors anxious about their money. The article presents an investment opportunity premised on the dollar’s exchange rate against foreign currency and the prospect that it will inevitably weaken a bit. If you’re a risk-taking investor, Bauman’s article is just for you.
According to Bauman, the money is in assets that produce streams of income in future. Using shares as an example, he explains that when you buy foreign shares (shares in a foreign company) priced in local currency, they will be cheap because of the dollar’s stronger position. Now, take the decline of the dollar into account, say, 1 to 4 years from the time of purchase, it means that the shares will be worth more in dollars. This will provide you with extra income. If Bauman’s enthusiasm for the dollar’s declination concerns you, don’t be; it might not be such a bad thing after all. While the strength of the dollar is a manifestation of our economy’s strength, it also means locally manufactured products are expensive compared to those manufactured in other countries, which means fewer exports and more imports, and no one wants that.
Bauman’s exact goldmine is in land. According to the Banyan director, land is the ultimate revenue-producing asset. Land in foreign countries are relatively cheap because of the dollar’s strength. This means you can buy agricultural land easily. Furthermore, such land appreciates on an average of 2-5% every year. Add the annual return on investment and the value of appreciation for every year you hold such land and you have yourself a turbocharged investment. Bauman also asserts that such investment is very easy to make because of local industries that encourage foreign investment in the agricultural sector, so much that you might not have to physically go there. He will have a more detailed presentation on the same in The Bauman Letter, coming out early 2018.
Ted Bauman is the editor of The Bauman Letter and two other publications. He is an expert on low-risk investment, asset protection and international migration. His career mission is to help people obtain safe ways of growing their wealth. His articles are free and they offer investment advice as well as opportunities to readers. He is also a contributor on Stocktwits. Bauman lives with his family in Atlanta, Georgia.
Glen Wakeman is a successful executive and investor mentor, a small business owner, financial services manager, public company CEO, and board member. He has a 21-year experience in management at GE in P&L and business development roles.
He is passionate about growing businesses through improving company agility and performance and by using a proven methodology that enhances and assesses five key dimensions of performance; human capital, leadership, risk management, execution, and governance.
Glen Wakeman is currently the
founder and CEO of LaunchPad that has a fully automated software service that helps new entrepreneurs organize their ideas into plans that can work. The company has broad and massive tips and suggestions that will guide start-ups as they start. It is supported by a large number of capital ventures and mentors.
Before this, Glen was the founder and president of Nova 4, a business accelerator that provides access to funders and strategic advice to developing companies. He is still acting as the CEO of coaching and board duties as a way of sustaining the developments.
Glen has received several locals, national, and international awards for his exceptional leadership and his passion and dedication to the corporate world.
Glen attended the University of Chicago where he received his MBA. For his BS in economics and finance, he participated in the University of Scranton.
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Glen spent 20 years in successful complex roles in leadership in business development, general management, and operations management. In his last position as the CEO of GE Money Latin America, he grew a nine-country operation from a startup that exceeded $12B in assets and more than 17000 workers.
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The Honey Birdette lingerie brand may only have its roots in 2006 when the brand was formed as an idea by founder and creative director Eloise Monaghan, but the rise of the lingerie and adult products store has been breathtaking since it was first launched in Australia. Honey Birdette is now one of the leading lingerie retailers in the U.K., where a move to develop its number of stores from three to over 40 has been announced and will be completed by 2018.
The rise of the luxury lingerie brand has not been limited to Australia and the U.K., but has also seen a major series of developments in the U.S. where the focus has shifted away from brick and mortar stores to a dedicated move towards Online retailing. A 374 percent rise in Online sales on the Honey Birdette site in the U.S. has prompted a greater level of customer support to be considered by the company, which will result in a Website being developed specifically for U.S. customers to use with easier purchasing and return options for all consumers.
Honey Birdette takes a unique approach to the retail industry in the way ot turns a simple shopping experience into an event that will live long in the memory of all those who are involved in any visit that takes them through the black doors of a Honey Birdette store. As champagne flows for customers the store assistants, known as “Honey’s” turn retail decisions into a serious form of art with their knowledge and playful attitude.
One of the main reasons for the ongoing success of the Honey Birdette brand has been the ongoing commitment to the project of founder Eloise Monaghan, who has remained committed to maintaining the high standards of luxury she started the business with.
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