Bruno Fagali: One of the Most Outstanding Lawyers in Brazil

Lawyers are known for having the required resources and knowledge to assist in guiding, advising and the litigation process. As a business owner or a company’s manager, it is advisable for you to retain a lawyer as you continue with your operation since business disputes might erupt any moment. A lawyer helps in all legal situations if a need arises.

One of the lawyers you can depend on especially if you are a Brazil resident is Bruno Fagali. Bruno Fagali is a lawyer by profession as he graduated with his law degree from the Catholic University of Sao Paulo. He excels mostly in all matters administrative law. After graduating, he decided to go back to the University of Sao Paulo for his Master’s degree in law. Apart from administrative law, Bruno Fagali specializes in civil law, bidding law, public law, electoral & anti-corruption law among others.

He owns an advertising agency whose obligation is public interest communication. He has always been driven by self-motivation in attaining his intended goal and the passion of making any business successful. Bruno Fagali is aware of the fact that he is a lawyer for a particular reason and he has to fulfill this purpose for him to say he is a lawyer. Not many lawyers understand this concept, and this is why Bruno Fagali has been able to make a name for himself and become an outstanding lawyer.

His great personality, attitude and eagerness to become a successful individual has made him engage in various affiliated law congresses and seminars. Through these programs, he has a chance to teach the future lawyers what they need to know for them to succeed in the law industry. He isn’t selfish to the point of keeping what he knows to himself as he wants the industry to be filled by qualified lawyers who aim at practicing law. He knows that he gets a chance to change a young person life through these programs and that is why he goes to these conferences and seminars.

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THE POWER HOUSE OF HUSSAIN SAJWANI

Hussain Sajwani was born in 1956, in Dubai, United Emirates. According to Forbes Magazine, his current net worth is $3.5 billion USD. Which makes him the 527th richest person in the world and, the third wealthiest person in the UAE. Sajwani holds a degree in economics and industrial engineer from the University of Washington. He began Draieh Management Services Co LLC, in 1982, which was his first business venture. Today, the company is known as DAMAC Group.

 

In 1998 Sajwani opened Al-Anwar Ceramic Tile Company. At that time it was the only exclusive manufacturer in the country. Then in 2002, he founded DAMAC properties. Their main office is in Dubai, with other locations in Jordan, Lebanon, North Africa, Qatar and Saudia Arabia. The company’s focuses on providing their customers with everything they can imagine, when it comes luxury real estate. From start to finish.

 

DAMAC uses the best building materials while providing the ideal location while they work with the best in the industry. These properties are known to be the most outstanding pieces of real estate in the middle east.

 

Philanthropist Sajwani who rose from humble beginnings and, the DAMAC properties support numerous charities. One especially is helping children globally, who are not as fortunate. The donations are used to keep fifty thousand children warm and clothed. Sajwani knows that children are the future, so that’s why he wants to give them the best possible start. DAMAC and the humanitarian group Emirates Red Cresent began this project in 1983. To date roughly $120 million AED was raised.

 

United States President, Donald Trump is not only a friend of Hussain Sajwani but, a business partner as well. The people in the middle east seemed to be excited with this collaboration as well. There were reports that some people in Pakistan are overjoyed by this too. When Trump won the election, Sajwani announced to NBC News that it was good news for his company. He is hoping to continue his business ventures with the Trumps, which include all of his children. He looks forward to growth and expansion.

 

With the Trump International Golf Club, which is scheduled to open in Dubai around February 2017. Sajwani can only see great things happening, as he looks forward to a long lasting friendship with the 45th President of the United States.

Read more:

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/dubai-billionaire-hussein-sajwani-ready-do-more-deals-trumps-n695566

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/donald-trump-new-years-eve-speech-president-elect-dubai-business-partner-hussain-sajwani-mar-a-lago-a7507551.html

 

 

Fabletics Takes On Amazon To Bring Athletic Clothes To All

The customers of today are much different than they were 20 or even 10 years ago. In the past customers were looking for high quality at a reasonable price. Todays customers are more interested in convenience, recognizable brands, and exclusive designs. To be successful companies must appeal to modern consumers. Brick and mortar shops are still important, but an on-line presence is essential. Kate Hudson and the people of Fabletics have become successful in the contemporary market in just three short years.

 

The General Manager, Gregg Throgmartin, believes the membership model, used by Fabletics, allows them to offer trendy fashions and personalized service for half the price of competitors. During 2017 they will be opening several more physical stores adding to the sixteen locations already open. But what makes Fabletics different from other stores? First, they get to know there market through events and activities. Their current strategy allows them to build relationships and 30-50% of shoppers in the store are already members. Additionally, 25% become a member before leaving the store. As customers try on items they also appear in their shopping cart online. This can be convenient if you want to order later. Second, Fabletics wants to offer items people will purchase and wear. They use online data gathered locally to stock stores. They are aware that trends and styles change over time and location. They use local member preference data, social media inputs, and real time sales to reach a balance between global fashion trends and user preference. Third, the company strives to achieve growth through offering quality products, great prices, an authentic spokesperson, and a creative team. They span 10 countries and have grown 35% per year each year they have been in business. These factors have allowed Fabletics to take on Amazon as a real competitor to their market share.

 

Fabletics offers a wide variety of clothes like Yoga pants, casual tops, leggings, shorts, and accessories. These items certainly are perfect for the gym but they also can be worn for running errands with out feeling out of place, as well as relaxing in your house or yard. They offer a variety of colors and styles, and they are available in extra small through double extra large; pants are available in short, regular, and tall. Fabletics really understands that not all women are created the same, cookie cutter clothes are not what you will find here.

 

Why do women love this brand so much? When you sign up to join Fabletics, you will be asked to fill out a short survey consisting of questions about the way you work out and the style of clothes you prefer. This is how they get to know you, your needs, and your style. Each month which you are a paying member outfits are created for you to review and chose from. If you decide that you do not want an outfit that month, you simply opt out. Then a high quality stylish outfit will arrive at your door.

Overview of Increased Confidence of Entrepreneurs in the Brazilian Industry

Confidence in the Brazilian industry growth has suffered several setbacks from 2015. However, the optimistic reports by the president of Eucatex, Flavio Maluf, show an improvement of the industry. This improvement is expected to continue increasing in the coming months, something that has not happened since August.

This increase in confidence has been confirmed by the ICI (Industrial Confidence Index) that was presented back in September. From September, there was an increase of 2.1 on the index while in August, the data had suffered a 1 point decline on eleicoesepolitica.com. The ICI managed to reach 88.2 points in September as compared to the 86.1 posted in August. This is the highest result posted on the index ever since July 2014 when it was at 88.8 points, according to Flavio Maluf.

The data used by ICI is obtained after analyzing the perspective of various executives on momentary executives and those related to the coming six months. The Ibre/FGV conducts the Manufacturing Industry survey on mundodomarketing.com. In September, the institute had collected opinions of over 1,120 business leaders. This means that in 12 out of 19 segments that were analysed on LinkedIn, there were improvements on the prospects presented by interviewees. This was not only during the evaluation but also on the following six months.

Flavio Maluf noted that the percentage of entrepreneurs who evaluated stock was less in September when it reached its all time high ever since May, 2013 when the figure was at 7.3%. another important factor that he reported was the Nuci (Level of Use of Installed Capacity) which increased by 0.9% in September to 74.7%, the highest since December, 2015. Aloisio Campelo Junior, Public Statistics Superintendent at Ibre/FGV, commented that the outlook of the coming months remains positive as between March to September this month, the index has had a cumulative 13 points increase.
See: http://economia.estadao.com.br/noticias/releases-ae,veja-com-o-empresario-flavio-maluf-os-melhores-setores-para-empreender-em-2017,70001657806

About Flavio Maluf

He is a prominent Brazilian businessman and a Mechanical Engineer by profession. He is the current President of Eucatex and the GrandFood Group, owner of the Premier Pet and Golden feed Brands. Flavio Maluf mentors the upcoming entrepreneurs by considering various ways of being successful and increase their profitability when they make their businesses international. He advocates for entrepreneurs to act locally but reason globally.