Monthly Archives: November 2016

Online Reputations Can Be Recovered and Managed

Most people enjoy having a good reputation online, although they may be taking that preferred status for granted. It is when a person or company is targeted by a malicious troll that most people suddenly become very concerned about getting their good reputation recovered. Worse, we sometimes club ourselves in the digital foot by sharing inappropriate pictures, comments, audio recordings or videos through social media that draw negative attention and loss of interest. One drunk Facebook share of a picture of yourself in some type of compromising situation could send your online reputation into the proverbial toilet.

None of us is immune to troll attacks. One vicious comment, claiming any kind of wild-haired nonsense can send a person’s reputation spiraling downward. This can cost us anything from minor embarrassment to actual death threats issued against us. It does not matter that no reality exists in the claim, it will still cause some amount of damage in the public’s view of us and our associated business or other institutions.

Ubiquitous and constantly available web access means everyone in the world can see and share anything with any person or group of people. Something we share with another person, through any type of social media or other communications medium, however private we feel it will stay, may end up going viral for everyone to see. Just ask former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner. He thought he was sharing a picture of his private namesake appendage with only one person. He ended up a laughing stock and his career ended after the picture when viral. Nobody is immune to this 21st century problem. Read more about Anthony Weiner’s reputation failure.

There is a way to effectively recover your good reputation after such seemingly insurmountable failure. Do not panic. Expert professional reputation recovery is available from firms that have been there many times and have a proven track record for not only helping people completely overcome such personal and corporate disasters, but also manage your reputation, moving forward. Their methods cover many areas and aspects that most people are not even aware are possible. The best ones use a process that incorporates deep knowledge of online Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to force old, bad, derogatory posts way down the Search Results so people no longer are even aware of such trolling.

 

Adam Goldenberg: A Developer Of Industry Leading Brands

Adam Goldenberg is the co-founder of JustFab. The co-CEO of JustFab knows how to expand business, spot trends, as well as create industry-leading brands. Partnering with Don Ressler, accomplish that by combining passion along with fun, which is rarely found in the fashion industry. Goldenberg’s first successful business was a bulletin board service that operated online. He created the business in 1994 when he was 13. The venture received funding from his business, Bar Mitzvah money.

Subsequently, Adam Goldenberg turned his online business into a gaming website. Goldenberg named his second business, Gamer’s Alliance. The venture caught the attention of Intermix founder Bret Brewer. In 1997, Gamer’s Alliance was acquired by Intermix. Brewer did not know that Goldenberg was only 17 when he made the purchase. He went on to employ Goldenberg as the vice president of strategic planning. At 19, Goldenberg was promoted to become Intermix’s COO. That made him the youngest COO.

It is at Intermix that Goldenberg met Don Ressler. At the time, Don was a successful entrepreneur as well as a brand building specialist that had sold his venture, FitnessHeaven.com. Just like Goldenberg, Don also sold his company to Intermix on Bloomberg. Prior to them meeting, Don’s efforts had generated more than $ 1 billion in sales. His endeavors had also raised a capital of more than $ 100 million for multiple internet companies. Goldenberg and Ressler became fast friends.

Read more: JustFab’s CEO On what it’s like to be a unicorn

In 2005, Intermix was bought by News Corporation. The pair was frustrated by the new company’s lack of attention in their e-commerce firm, Alena Media. They left and soon started their own firm, Intelligent Beauty, an online brand incubator platform in 2006. Goldenberg and Ressler formed a number of brands including DERMSTORE and SENSA that turned out to be market leaders in beauty as well as health.

Building on the achievements of their initial brands, Goldenberg and Ressler started to conceptualize a new customized shopping experience on matrixpartners.com, which could exist online. Their mission was to merge cutting- edge fashion with social interaction at an affordable price. Capitalizing on the untapped opportunity, Goldenberg and Ressler expanded Intelligent Beauty by building a personalized platform. They hired style designers and consultants. Additionally, they developed an affordable and attractive subscription model, JustFab. It is a style community that provides members with a selection of handbags, accessories, and shoes to their taste for $39.95 every month. JustFab created Fabletics in 2013. It is a site that offers athletic wear for its members. JustFab teamed up with Kate Hudson to create the athletic wear site. Source: http://www.builtinla.com/2014/01/18/3-la-ceos-you-need-know-now-adam-goldenberg-justfab

Securus, Growing a Giant Technology Company

Dallas-based Securus Technologies is changing the way of doing business for prisons and law enforcement agencies.

 

The company provides both criminal justice and civil telecommunications to be used in a variety of situations, many of them focused on the corrections area of law enforcement.

Founded in 2007, Securus as an intimate telecommunications firm that provides a wide range of government service, growing its business in a wide range of areas, including: secure telecom services, software for jail management and data handling for law enforcement.

 

Chairman and CEO Richard A. (Rick) Smith wrote in a press release on PR Newswire that over the past four years, The company said that much of its forward movement in technology has been the result of a $605 million investment, making Securus more than just a company that detects and locates cell phones in prisons and jails.

 

The news release said Securus provides products and services designed to make the world safer. For more information, contact Russell Roberts at 972-277-0656 or online at rroberts@securustechnologies.com Related links include http://SecurusTechnologies.com

 

Reston, Va.-based GTL also provides many of the services as Securus, with a news release on PR Newswire calling GTL the leading provider of technologies used in correctional institutions,

 

Much of that technology is focused on locating and confiscating cell phones that are smuggled into the prison for uses that are often related to criminal activities beyond prison walls.

 

Tim Skaja, Senior Vice President of Product Management & Service Delivery at GTL said that GTL’s recent developments have put it years ahead of the competition – meaning Securus.

 

There is, indeed, no way to completely stop the use of contraband cell phones in prisons and jails, but Securus contends that it is the better solution when it comes to prison technologies.

 

The contact at GTL is Vinnie Mascarenhas, who can be reached at 703-955-3894 or vinnie.mascarenhas@gtl.net Related links include http://www.gtl.net

 

Osio expands his philanthropy globally

David Osio, financial expert, has been in support of the organizations that better the communities in which he does business. These organizations further support people, art, and culture in these communities. Osio does continue to grow his financial services but he also grows his philanthropic support on a global scale.

Osio most famous contribution is to the MISO (Miami Orchestra Symphony) and he also serves on their board. He finds it rewarding that year after year such a nice place stays in operation to bring joy to the community. He has also been a lifetime supporter of the Children’s Orthopedic Foundation. He has been the traditional sponsor of the EPK events every year.

Osio is the founder and CEO of Davos Financial Advisory Group. He has helped with the direction of the company and its position in not only domestic but global markets as well. He has increased the profit at the financial group as well as their expansion. In each new city, he makes sure that he contributes to their charities. Geneva, Lisbon, Panama City, and Miami are all cities where Davos has expanded to over the years.

He also supports the arts by donating to foundations such as Wayuu Taya foundation, UMA Foundation, and the Fundana Foundation. He has been a major supporter of the Saludarte Foundation of Art in Miami. There latest exhibit is the Carlos Cruz Diez. Due to these contributions and many more, he has earned international awards and recognition.

David Osio is the founder and CEO of Davos Financial Group. He has helped to transform this company into a major global financial company with offices in major financial centers worldwide. Osio started his career as a lawyer, graduating from Catholic University Andres Bello in Caracas. He began his legal career in Venezuela at the Legal Desk MGO. He furthered his education to earn a specialization in Management Investment Portfolios at the New York Institute of Finance. He continued to pursue his career in finance eventually founding Davos Financial Advisory Group. He continues to support the local organizations with his time and money. Osio is a financier who gives back.

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The Ultimate in Market Expansion

It is on a rare occasion when a product is created that provides incredible and innovative services that can revolutionize an entire way of life. Such is the case with genius entrepreneur Billy and his glorious contribution to the business world, Magnises. Magnises is an interesting and basic concept that is ingenious in what it could possibly bring to the world marketplace.

The main aim of Marnises is to bring individuals together through a sort of social network club, allowing them to save a large amount of money through discounts on a number of social activities such as restaurant, bar, concert and amusement park costs. While this seems to be more of an individual benefit for people who are seeking new and improved ways of saving money for recreation, it also means a great deal to the business world as well.

Marnises gives discounts through the use of a metal card which acts in much the same way as a credit card. The card is digitally linked to a member’s bank account and when a transaction is made then the discount is applied before the charge is processed.

Businessmen and salesmen alike can find great use in this program, and one of the greatest costs a business can be faced with is business meetings and conferences. Hundreds if not thousands of dollars can be spent on a single business meeting, making significant discounts the difference between whether the meeting was ultimately worth it or not.

According to Crunchbase, Bill McFarland through his creation of Magnises is a possible game changer for the way businesses save money, both domestically in the United States and internationally through different business venues.

The possibilities are potentially endless depending on where Billy McFarland decides to go with the network, and could open new doors to not only recreational pursuits but also to business and corporate endeavors in order to save a sizable amount of capital in order to be distributed to more useful locations within a business model.

Andy Wirth’s Recent Achievements

Andy Wirth is the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. The Squaw Valley Ski Holdings came to be after Alpine Meadows was acquired by KSL Capital Partners who were the owners of Squaw Valley. The two ski resorts are located close to each other but are separated by some land between them.

Despite them being under the same owner, one still has to drive to get from one resort to the other. The customers use one ticket to go to both resorts. Andy is on a mission to connect the two with a gondola lift. Talks between him and the owner of the land between the resorts are underway.

Andy Wirth graduated from the Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. He later went to Edinburgh University, Scotland. He began his career as a ranger. In his current position as the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, the resorts are being improved and getting more clients.

Andy Wirth is a skydiving enthusiast. He got into an accident in 2013 while skydiving. He almost lost his right arm in the accident. He recovered and with the help of his family and friends, he got back to his usual life. During the recovery period, he would attend meetings with some Navy SEALS who have gotten into accidents while working. He made some friends from there. He hosts some fun events for them.

Andy Wirth is now the chairman and president of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation. He is the also the chairman of the board of the corporation. It is in charge of the operations of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The members of this board are mostly from the business people in the area. Andy Wirth said that he was honored by his new role and would use it for the improvement of the corporation.

Andy Wirth also takes part in philanthropic activities and community service. He supports organizations such as High Fives and Girls on the Run Sierra Chapter among others. He also has several awards from different organizations. One of them is the Citizen of the Year Award by Disabled Sports USA.