Guilherme Paulus Uses His Experience As A Tour Operator To Become A Hotelier

Guilherme Paulus went from being an intern at IBM after college into becoming one of the most dynamic entrepreneurs in Brazil. He started his first firm, CVC Brasil, just a few years after earning his bachelor’s degree. He says he didn’t come up with the idea for this business but rather Carlos Vicente Cerchiari did, a person that at the time was a Sao Paulo state deputy.He built CVC Brasil into the most successful tour operator in that country. He offered tour packages, airplane travel, and stays at hotels to both Brazilians and international travelers. He is now the chairman of this company’s board of advisors and sold most of his shares to Carlyle Group. However, with 7.1 percent of the shares, he is still by far the biggest individual owner.

He recently renamed this company as CVC Corp. In order to compete better with the competition, he and the expert executive team expanded into more areas and specialties of travel. Guilherme Paulus says that his company has a department that is specifically focused on newlyweds and ecotourists, for example. as well as another one that is all about corporate travel and what businessmen need while traveling to and staying in Brazil.After developing so much experience as a tour operator Guilherme Paulus became a successful hotelier. In 1995 he opened GJP Hotels & Resorts and is its president and chairman. This company owns and operates 3-, 4-, and 5-star hotels across Brazil.

He has 20 hotels and resorts in this network which can offer everything from very budget friendly to money is no concern stays.Golfers should definitely check out Hotel Saint Andrews while a business travelers will be at home at Prodigy Berrini in Sao Paulo.Guilherme Paulus is hard at work on a new property development in Sao Paulo. this property is being built on the exclusive street Avenida Cidade Jardim. This is a luxury property development that will include 65 apartment units, a high-end restaurant, a large space for functions, and a rooftop terrace among other amenities. This will be a new hotel brand of GJP Hotels and Resorts that focuses on places people will live at.

Vijay Eswaran Warns Of Brexit Issues

The oncoming issue of the U.K. leaving the European Union, better known as Brexit, is one the Q.I. Group founder and Executive Chair, Vijay Eswaran is keen to stay abreast of. The Q.I. Group may have its natural home in Asia and the Indian subcontinent, but a recent link to the English soccer team, Manchester City, shows the graduate of the London School of Economics takes trade links to Europe seriously. In a recent article, the popular author explained his own views on the direction the Conservative Government of Theresa May was taking the U.K.

Vijay Eswaran sets out the case for himself and many other Asian business leaders fearing the Brexit decision because of the history of the U.K. and former trade partners. The graduate of the London School of Economics points to the 1980s when the U.K. isolated itself from many of the former members of the British Empire in favor of closer links to the U.S. and Europe. Eswaran believes it is possible the U.K. could seek global trade deals and remove many trade benefits made possible by its entry into the European Union.

One of the major problems facing the U.K., in the view of Vijay Eswaran, is the fact it is attempting to become a beacon of global trade while limiting the free movement of goods and people. One of the major issues facing the U.K. is the populist push for limits on immigration, an area many developing nations are eager to exploit as the U.K. leaves the E.U. Vijay Eswaran agrees with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who believes a relaxed immigration visa program would need to be created if the developing nation is to create a new trade deal with the U.K. In the view of Vijay Eswaran, the challenges the U.K. faces in the coming years will be more difficult than most are currently imagining.

Shervin Pishevar Doesn’t Like Where the American Economy Is Headed

In February 2018, Shervin Pishevar decided to vent through social media. Specifically, he spent 21 hours posting to Twitter about a variety of economic topics. These topics ranged from the future price of Bitcoin to why Elon Musk is the only true visionary left in the United States. Let’s take a closer look at these and some of the other points that he made during his Twitter rant.

Put Your Money In Gold

If you are looking for an investment that is going to remain relatively stable in 2018, you should put your money in gold. This is because the price of Bitcoin could fall all the way to $2,000 before it shows any signs of stabilizing and rising in value again. Furthermore, the stock market is likely to lose 6000 points before it finally stabilizes and potentially starts to gain ground again.

We Need Long-Term Plans to Maintain Our Global Superiority

Shervin Pishevar is critical of the fact that the government in the United States does not prioritize long-term thinking over short-term gains. However, he does believe that Elon Musk is one of the rare visionaries that remains in the United States. Shervin Pishevar points to Musk’s work with SpaceX and with the Boring Company as proof that he is able to create things that will have an impact on future generations.

Large Companies Have Too Much Control

Shervin Pishevar is also critical of the fact that several large companies have so much control over the startup landscape in the United States. He believes that Uber is likely the last true American startup business that will be able to transition from startup to mature business.

Because there is so little competition as it relates to startups in the United States, it is likely that fewer companies will be founded in Silicon Valley while more will be founded in other countries. Ultimately, this may result in California losing its place as the dominant spot to start new companies.

Whitney Wolfe, Creating A Kinder, Gentler Dating App, By Discouraging Bullying Behaviors, Lewd Photos And A General Lack Of Niceness

Imagine, if you will, an entrepreneur, who centers her business on the desire to eradicate female-targeted bullying, while leveling the heterosexual dating field and making it uncool to post genital selfies. Such an entrepreneur might look exactly like Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and CEO of the dating app, Bumble.

The brainchild of former Tinder, co-founder, Whitney Wolfe, Bumble emerged in 2014. No longer at Tinder, Wolfe, who says she was was very influenced by cyber-bullying as a young person— noting that young women in particular face harassment routinely on social media apps—was considering starting an online chat site for young woman when a colleague instead suggested she stick her toes back into the dating app world. For latest update connect with Whitney Wolfe on Twitter.

Bumble emerged.

Besides embodying the Whitney Wolfe ‘no-bullying’ philosophy—the app is designed to minimize ghosting, eradicate “shirtless wonder” selfies and make it difficult for angry, rejected males to drive the conversation—the app is meant to empower females by giving them the reins to initiate all communication.

Though lousy dating experiences happen even in the best environments, it’s Wolfe’s goal to squash caveman antics, like seeking crotch shots and refusing to swipe (the way dates are picked on both Tinder and Bumble) on women above a certain age. Buoying up female self-esteem is the ultimate goal and one that merits consideration, given that the American Psychological Association recently divulged that a notable number of dating app users report a lowered sense of self-worth. The study cited female users in particular.

Another, perhaps unusual goal for a business maven— kindness. Whitney Wolfe has made kindness a personal “Bumble” mission, with the result that users have been outed and booted for “fat-shaming” and using the expletive “gold-digging whores.” Users are reminded to keep to Bumble-specific culture with emojis that enjoin them to “bee nice.”

Creating a dating app where sensitive, new-age-attuned guys and the women who love them meet and mingle may seem like a social experiment, not a business. But, statistics prove it’s panning out in spades. In 2017, Whitney Wolfe’s dating app proved it was far from a bumbler, initiating 800 million matches.

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Ted Bauman Draws On His Creative Writing Skills To Educate Investors

Ted Bauman is a man who has spent most of his life helping other people by offering them expert investment advice. He was born in the U.S.A. but moved to South Africa when he was younger and teamed up with many different nonprofit organizations while there. He offered up his talents as a hedge fund manager to many of these and helped Slum Dwellers International with its mission to help millions of people from all over the world. Bauman also earned his postgraduate degrees in history and economics from the University of Cape Town while in South Africa.

Ted Bauman now works with Banyan Hill Publishing and serves as the editor of Alpha Stock Alert, The Bauman Letter, and Plan B Club. He offers advice related to low-risk investing, the protection of assets, and international migration issues. In an interview, he recently revealed that he is glad to see that there are more people asking him to talk about the nature of the global economy. He has noticed that many of these same people are beginning to question the Western assertion that governments should bend over backwards to help large corporations. He has pointed to the facts to support his arguments and believes that financial products should be more regulated.

As a writer, Ted Bauman works to add value to Banyan Hill Publishing and understands that it is his job to help people think more critically about their investments. His writing style tends to draw readers in and keep them interested while offering up solid information at the same time. His readers appreciate his ability to take topics that can be boring and turn them into something very interesting. Ted Bauman hopes that his readers are able to learn more this way and uses real life examples to cement in some of the most important concepts in the industry. When it comes to being productive, Bauman believes that it is best to get up early when he is able to get the most work done. He does his best to keep his mornings clear so he can continue to offer his readers the best advice possible. Here’s How the Bull Market Dies

Aloha Construction Is An Award Winning Company Who Treats Their Employees, Customers, And Community Right.

For Aloha Construction and the company’s CEO, Dave Farbaky, doing what is right when it comes to business and ethics is essential to Aloha’s corporate identity. Moreover, the CEO and President of BBB, Steve J. Bernas had many great things to say about Aloha Construction. Farbaky’s firm was awarded the BBB Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics in 2017. Aloha was recognized as one of those firms that do their best to treat customers and stakeholders with a level of respect.


Farbaky’s company has recognized the importance of its employees, customers, stakeholders as well as members of its community. This company has a long reputation as an ethical company that is fair to its employees and customers. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) specifically noted when it gave its award to Aloha Construction that Aloha provided a great service to the communities of Zurich, Illinois. Not only does Aloha serve all of Illinois, but they also the southern portion of Wisconsin as well.


Aloha is a family-owned general contracting as well as a construction company, which was founded in 2008. In ten years, it has grown into a juggernaut in the home-improvement sector. Aloha has over 20,000 finished projects.


Aloha also provides services like roofing repair and replacement, stucco installation, bathroom repair, window replacement, kitchen design, masonry, vinyl siding repair and installation, waterproofing, carpet cleaning, gutter services, fire and smoke restoration and mold removal. They are also licensed, insured, and bonded. Aloha offers a 10-year craftsmanship warranty. Aloha is a member of the Chicago Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA), National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) as well as the Building Trades Association (BTA). The company has also received a certification from the Better Business Bureau and an A rating.


Synchrony Financial has partnered with Aloha their wide range of consumers with financing options.

Shervin Pishevar says that cryptocurrencies aren’t nearly as safe as some may think

Over the last few years, there have been dozens of initial coin offerings, also known as ICOs. While many of these have shown short-term explosions in value, a large number of them have subsequently collapsed, leaving investors who were unlucky enough to escape in time with nothing. In fact, the entire history of cryptocurrencies, starting with Bitcoin, has been one of stomach-wrenching volatility and fortunes being won and lost overnight. Within this backdrop, the rash of dozens of ICOs has added an increased element of Wild West wildcatting to an already extremely risk-soaked market.

But risk itself doesn’t make an entire industry inherently illegitimate, although there is an argument to be made that risk that is not widely understood by the investors can amount to ipso facto illegitimacy. Shervin Pishevar, one of the most renowned venture capitalists in America and an expert in the financing of high-tech ventures, has stated that the world of cryptocurrencies, while not fraudulent by its nature, is skirting the line between outright fraud and outsized risk. The problem, Shervin Pishevar says, is that, in many cases, that line is clearly being crossed.

Shervin Pishevar points out the most obvious example of this: Over 10 percent of all ICO proceeds have been flat-out stolen by hackers. In addition to that theft, billions of dollars in cryptocurrencies have been stolen from exchanges. In some cases, the people overseeing those exchanges have been implicated. Shervin Pishevar says this has cost crypto investors billions of dollars and is evidence of outright fraud.

But he points out that it is in the areas that are harder to discern where the real risk of being caught up in a bona fide fraud investigation becomes an issue for investors. Shervin Pishevar says that ICOs themselves are likely non-compliant with current SEC laws. He says that this is a major problem, in itself, for investors in those offerings. But he says that in ICOs where obvious fraud is coupled with major investor losses, the chances of SEC action is high. This, he says, is likely to lead to claw back of all investor profits.