Hussain Sajwani Takes DAMAC Services to Higher Heights

Hussain Sajwani is the chairman and founder of DAMAC properties which engages in construction and development of leisure, residential and commercial properties. The company also invests heavily in real estate projects. This Company is situated in Dubai and the Middle East.

 

Hussain graduated from Washington University before starting his career as a contracts manager in GASCO, a Branch of Abu Dhabi Oil Company. Later he started his own business and in 1982 Sajwani ventured into catering. In his businesses, he pioneered the expansion of property market in Dubai. Due to influx of people visiting Emirates in the mid 90s, he constructed several hotels to accommodate them. As a result of increased trade his catering business grew enormously. In 2002 Hussain identified a gap in the market and this led to the establishment of DAMAC Properties. This facility has since grown to be one of the biggest property development companies in Dubai and the Middle East, thereby being a pride of the Hussain Sajwani family.

 

Sajwani concentrates mainly in the field of marketing, sales, finance, legal issues and administration which is the driving force of DAMAC’s success. This prestigious company employs over 2000 employees and prides itself with one of the best record of luxury properties in the Middle East. Due to its influence under the watchful eyes of DAMAC owner, DAMAC teamed up with the American business icon Donald Trump in 2013. This is long before Trump became president of the United States. They constructed golf courses with trump’s brand, international Golf course, Damac’s Akaya residential suites and trump World Golf Courses. When Mr Trump was elected as president he praised Sajwani and described him as an amazing man. Mr. Trump promised to continue partnering with Hussain in the business world.

 

DAMAC properties have also participated in charity work to support the less fortunate in the Middle East. They have always supported the selfless efforts of Sheikh Mohammed to better the lives of others especially during the month of Ramadan with AED 2,000,000 to feed children. DAMAC in partnership with Emirates Red Crescent donated a total of AED 120 million to support the clothing campaign. The aim of the campaign was to provide decent clothes to poor children. This company is planning to extend its charity work to international level in order to reach more needy children.

 

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Norman Pattiz Re-Asserts The Effectiveness of Podcast Advertising

Norman Pattiz from Podcast One and Tom Webster from Edison Research today announced the findings of various studies focused on five major consumer dealing with five products and service categories. This first study of its kind was conducted in 2016 and demonstrated the positive effect of podcast advertising recall of messaging, intent to purchase, and brand recall. Learn more: https://podcastone.com/About-Us

The Findings of the Pre and Post Campaign Brand Lift For Podcast Advertisers

According to the study focused on podcast advertisers, over 60% of listeners talked about a specific grocery brand after the campaign, which was up from a meager 7% of listeners in a pre-study. It was also noted that unaided product awareness was up to 47% and that for financial services products was up by 37% while that for automobile aftermarket products increased from 18%. In a post-study, 22% of the subjects noted that they would consider a garden and lawn product, an increase from the 16% pre-study. Learn more: https://patch.com/california/across-ca/norman-pattiz-announces-positive-impact-podcast-advertising     Edison Research carried out three studies in 2016 to determine the impact of podcast advertising for 5 brands. While some of these brands were popular, the others were less popular and seeking trials and increased awareness. In all these cases, online surveys were conducted for several well-known podcasts before podcast advertising had been conducted and later after the brand had been conducted. The results of these studies revealed that podcast audiences responded well to brand messages and were more willing to purchase or consider those brands. Learn more: https://members.nationalgeographic.com/359861042336/

Norman’s Response To The Study

Responding to the results of the study, Norman stated that he believed that podcasts were more effective in enhancing brand impact when compared to traditional formats for advertising. He further stated that the results showed his effective approach at integrated measurement and advertisement.     About Norman Pattiz     Norman Pattiz is currently the chairman and founder of PodcastOne. Pattiz has more than 40 years in radio syndication. Pattiz is the founder of “Westwood One” which was America’s largest provider of entertainment, traffic programming, sports, and other news. Westwood One owned and distributed CBS News, NBC radio network, CNN radio, NFL Football, March Madness, NCAA Basketball, Super Bowl, and many other talk shows.     Pattiz founded Courtside Entertainment Group in 2010. The firm was created to focus on quality programming. Pattiz later launched PodcastOne towards the close of 2012 and the company rose to be the leading distributor/producer of audio on demand programming. Currently, some of the popular PodcastOne’s line up brands includes Steve Austin, Chris Jericho, Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, and Larry King. Learn more: http://www.fundacity.com/norman-pattiz

Mike Baur Leads the Cause of Advancing the Swiss Startup Ecosystem

Reliable statistics estimate that 80% of startups fail within two years while 96% collapse after a decade. As such, you have to spend time working for your business it to succeed. Mike Baur, Swiss Startup Factory’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, is an epitom of how you can build a successful startup. He is a spirited, creative, and innovative entrepreneur with over two decades of experience in banking.

 

Mike Baur was born in Schaffhausen and grew up in Freiburg, Switzerland. His passion for entrepreneurship began way back as a teenager. He holds an Executive MBA and an MBA from the University of Berne and the University of Rochester respectively.

 

Banking Career

 

In his early 20’s, Mike Baur received the honor of advising Swiss investors on utilizing profitable investment opportunities. Through hard work and determination, Mike Baur rose from a commercial apprentice at UBS to a member of the Board of Directors of the highly reputable Swiss Private Bank. His first practice was as an intern at UBS before rising the ranks of top management. His ambition helped him make his way up to the rank of Managing Director of Swiss Private Bank. He worked at UBS for eight years before it plunged into financial turmoil. Later on, Clariden Leu, a merger of several successful private banks hired Mike Baur as Chief Executive Officer. Quitting UBS didn’t deter him from thriving in his new position. Instead, he took it as an opportunity to recruit former UBS employees to help him take Clariden Leu to the next level.

 

While Mike Baur admits that he was passionate about banking, he had to quit to satisfy the entrepreneurial itch that he couldn’t scratch away. His desire to thrive in business was not the only reason he left banking. Mike Baur looks forward to developing reliable solutions to help financial advisors and managers adapt to economic changes. He admits that the Swiss banking industry is reluctant to adopt economic changes. That makes them susceptible to financial crisis.

 

According to Mike Baur, the Swiss banking industry is misguided that it has everything in control. The reality is that it’s vulnerable to any slight economic change. Through Swiss Startup Factory, an ICT accelerator based in Zurich, Switzerland, Mike Baur looks forward to contributing to the success of startups and expansion of businesses. Mike’s Swiss Startup Factory ranks as the leading startup accelerator in Switzerland.

 

Whitney Wolfe Seeks To Expand Bumble Audience

Whitney Wolfe knows how to attract people to Bumble. This is the company that people have been buzzing about because it is a strong stand out in the business world. People are now realizing that Bumble, a company that started as a dating app, is now catering to a crowd of businessmen and women through Bumble Bizz. When people hear about Bumble Bizz they may assume that they do not know anything about this company.

People that have heard of the Bumble dating app, however, are well aware of the creator that has brought this app to the mainstream. It is Whitney Wolfe that is taking another step in the social media arena with the same black and yellow color scheme that expands her Bumble franchise. Bumble is a company that is becoming quite prevalent because it is attracting a young crowd of professional business men and women.

There are a lot of young entrepreneurs on the scene that are looking for a dating app that will give them the ability to totally change the way that they find their mates. Bumble Bizz also gives people a new way to enhance their professional connections in the business world. These are two things that are getting people to start buzzing about Bumble. It has become the app that has really given people in the business world a better way to communicate.

People are praising Whitney Wolfe because she is the one that is behind this enhanced level of communication. She is changing the way that people look at the dating app community, and she has put forth a great effort to help people build their business contacts as well. The Bumble app has been used a lot on the east and west coasts.

Whitney Wolfe Founder and CEO of Bumble is branching out, and she wants to expand her Bumble franchise in order to connect with people on a even greater level. Bumble is a southern based business that is headquartered in Texas, and Whitney Wolfe wants to spread the knowledge of this social media entity throughout the United States and beyond for social media users.

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