I Learned How To Manage My NonProfit From Sanjay Shah And Solo Capital

I wanted to learn how to manage my nonprofit from someone who knew what they were doing, and I wanted to keep learning as much as I could from a successful person. Sanjay Shah is the founder of Solo Capital, and he is running Autism Rocks as the best charity in the world for autism research and kids who have autism. There are a lot of people who are struggling with autism, and their parents are looking for someone to help them.

I want to raise money through my own nonprofit, and I learned how Sanjay Shah raises money with his charity. He puts together concerts for people who show up and pay the charity, and he hires the best musicians in the world to show up to the events People come to the concerts to hear great music, and then they are writing checks to the charity. I want to make the same kinds of events that he makes, but I want to do it in my area.

I have a lot of resources in my area that will help me start my own concert series, and I will make up concerts just the same was that Sanjay Shah does. I also want to invest the money that my charity makes the way that Sanjay Shah does. He uses Solo Capital to invest the money that he raises, and he is trying to make the most money he can for the people who need it the most.

I learned that Sanjay Shah runs Solo Capital and Autism Rocks just like anyone else would run any other business. I am not going to be in a place where I have to do anything special to run my charity. I am going to use the resources that I have, and I am going to use my common sense. Sanjay Shah has a business empire that is going to take over the world, and I am so happy to see that he is so successful. I will be just as successful as him, and I will use his tips to make my nonprofit successful.

 

Learn more about Solo Capital:

http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/business/Finance/article849141.ece

http://www.solocapital.co.uk/

https://www.duedil.com/company/OC367979/solo-capital-partners-llp

Lime Crime Reaches 2 Million Mark

 

Let’s face it. We live in a world where social media is quickly taking over. Every day a new Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and more is created. Perhaps if we even take it one step further every minute somewhere in the world a new a page is created and it’s mind blowing. Businesses are now having to immediately jump on the social media bandwagon. No longer do we have to wait for an email before we can communicate with a business now it’s as simple as logging onto a website or into a application and instantly you have access to not only the company but it’s customers as well.

Earlier this month Lime Crime a cult makeup company that has been famously known for it’s drastic color selections reached a huge pivotal point in their business when they reached 2 million Instagram followers. Many customers generally only focus on using social media to push product to their fan base but CEO & Founder Doe Deere wanted to approach Instagram in another way. She wanted to make Lime Crime’s social media a place where followers could feel as if they are a part of the brand. Every day followers have the opportunity to be featured on the Instagram page by simply posting their own personal photos of them using the crime lime products it’s that simple. Lime Crime understands that customers love to be a part of the brand and in order to make fans and customers feel a part of the experience they created this opportunity for fans to share on their page. Many companies criticized their approach initially but now that they’ve gotten over 2 million followers on Instagram it goes to show that their approach is working and perhaps other companies should consider following suite in the future.

Being a lover of make up I often find myself going checking out others photos and Crime Lime’s Instagram is always a go to resource for me. They help me think out of the box with my make up and give me the urge to think outside of the color box.

Find out more about Doe Deere and Lime Crime at https://www.limecrime.com/about/

Up-Close With Coriant CEO Shaygan Kheradpir

 

Telecommunications is a very competitive industry. This means that those placed at the helm of telecoms firms need to have impeccable management qualities. This will give them the ability to provide transformative leadership, which will drive their firms forward. Coriant CEO, Shaygan Kheradpir is such kind of a leader. The Cornell University engineering graduate has left a trail of success wherever he has worked. This has seen him named among a rare breed of leaders in the telecommunications industry.

A Sneak-Peek into Shaygan’s Career

Mr. Kheradpir has had an outstanding career, which has seen him get recognized as an innovative manager. His experience in the corporate world spans nearly thirty years. During this time, he has worked in telecommunications, technology, and commercial services. His career began at GTE Corporation where he worked tirelessly and proved to be a competent employee with the ability to deliver within timelines. Thereafter, he had an appointment at Verizon as its head of information. This saw him become part of an executive team, which oversaw the modernization of the firm’s operations. He is also credited with leading a team that pioneered one of the biggest infrastructural programs in the telecoms industry while working at Verizon.

Kheradpir also worked at Barclays where he was the chief operations officer and head of technology. The position also accorded him an opportunity to serve on the corporation’s executive committee. He made numerous contributions to the bank with the most notable one being his leadership of a transformation team, which saw the bank reorganize its setup to suit the needs of its clients. Later on, Shaygan served as Jupiter Networks’ CEO. Here, he masterminded the development of an integrated system for the firm, which eased operations. Before being appointed at Coriant, Mr. Kheradpir was an Operating Partner in charge of telecom investments at Marlin Equity Partners.

Other Activities

Kheradpir has published extensively especially in the fields of telecommunication and technology. He owns numerous patents, which are registered to his name. He is allied to the National Institute of Science and Technology, the Young Men Christian Association and Cornell University. His appointment at Coriant has already prompted optimism due to his proven ability of helping companies grow.

To learn more, visit www.shaygankheradpir.com and follow Shaygan Kheradpir on Twitter @ShayganK.

SKOUT Celebrates National Superhero Day To Help Make-A-Wish Foundation

 

Superheros are exciting characters that always save the day. Global networking social platform SKOUT is providing users with a way of being their own real-life superhero on the National Superhero Day. Each time a SKOUT user gives a friend a superhero gift, money will go the Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation.

SKOUT also has a superhero survey that gives users a chance to tell what characteristics of a superhero are the most important. Three quarters of the respondents admitted that would actually like to be a superhero.

SKOUT CEO Christian Wicklund says that many people would like to be a superhero for different reasons. “Sending out superhero gifts is a great way to show someone that you care. It is also an excellent way to give for a worthy cause.”

A number of interesting things were gleaned from the superhero survey. When asked who their favorite superhero was, Superman and Batman were at the top of the list. As far as best superhero BFFs, Batman and Robin won hands down. As far as favorite friend duo, Torch and the Thing came in first, followed closely by Green Hornet and Kato.

A mask is the one item that a superhero simply cannot do without. The best car is, of course, the Batmobile and Wonder Woman’s invisible plane would be cool to ride in. The majority of respondants said they preferred immortality over super human strength or speed.

SKOUT’s virtual gift feature isn’t just for fun. SKOUT uses it as a way to give back. In fact, the platform has made contributions to a number of San Francisco-based organizations including SF-Marin Food Bank, Muttville and Cat Town. These important causes have helped a number of homeless people who need food and stray animals.

Individuals who would like to know more about SKOUT can download the app from the Apple Store or Google Play. The www.skout.com website also has a wealth of information about the platform and its causes.

The SKOUT company was formed in 2007. In less than 10 years, it has grown to become one of the largest social networking site in the world.

Original source: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/skout-celebrates-real-life-superheroes-on-national-superhero-day-april-28-300258178.html