Joe Fagan

Former Soccer Star, Now Soccer Fan


March 02, 2019

Insightful business predictions for 2019 by Paul Mampilly

Paul Mampilly is an Indian native who moved to the US in search of higher education and learning. Just like other immigrants who come to the US for higher education, he embraced the culture quickly and decided to make this his permanent home. He has more than two decades in Wall Street where he has proven to be an influential force in the world of finance. He has held a myriad of positions in the finance industry such as portfolio manager, research analyst, hedge fund manager, and plenty more. He holds an MBA from Fordham University. He has a proven track of success record in the world of finance. Today he works a research and investment analyst.

Paul Mampilly has developed proficient business and investment skills from the vast array of the career positions he has held previously. Besides, he has gained extensive insights into viable and high potential business ideas and strategies. Recently, he has shared his insights for business trends in 2019 to help investors make informed decisions and calculated moves in the world of finance. He shared the patterns that are likely to affect very investment strategy in 2019. According to Paul, access to big data will be a significant determinant for businesses and particularly small companies. Access to consumer data has handed a massive boost to big companies in the recent past. However, due to recent technological advancements, this data will be available to small companies as well. Effective use of this data will help small companies develop consumer-oriented products leading to massive sales and success in business strategy.

The other insight Paul Mampilly shared is on the advanced application of technology in businesses. In 2019, user reviews will be more critical than ever before. It is more likely that more than 95% of online customers will depend on user reviews to make decisions upon the purchase of items from e-commerce platforms. Paul Mampilly also predicts that the political conditions will be favorable for business to thrive, even the startups. The current administration is known for deregulation which is giving more freedom to entrepreneurs from all walks of life for doing business in the country. Paul Mampilly’s 10 Predictions for Business in 2019

Paul Youtube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEOyz2Lqgs9BS306scjVkRQ

February 27, 2019

Stream Energy Creates Stream Cares

Stream Energy is showing how much it truly cares. The Dallas-based energy supplier has witnessed one of the biggest disasters right on its doorstep. Hurricane Harvey caused widespread destruction in Texas, and in response, Stream Energy set up its own charitable wing of the company. Stream Cares has been created to deal with the company’s philanthropic work.

While Stream Cares had been giving generously for over a decade, it marks the formal beginning of the charitable side of the organization. Stream Energy has worked in the past with global charity organizations. It has helped with projects with the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and Habitat for Humanity. Its latest partnership is with a more local charity. Hope Supply Co focuses its efforts on homeless children. Homelessness is a huge problem in Dallas, and the effect it has on children is sometimes overlooked. Hope Supply Co supplies schoolbooks, clothes, food and even diapers.

Stream Cares recently organized a day out for some of those children. Stream Cares employees took the group to a water park. It was the first time many of the kids had experienced something like it. It was also a chance for the employees to show how much they care. It is sometimes easy for companies to just write a check for charities, but Stream Energy employees wanted to help out with their time.

It was not the only event Stream Energy has organized for children and their families. A lunch was hosted for veterans and their families, and a recent event gave ten daughters of veterans the chance to take part in the American Girl Doll Experience. Stream Energy paid fully for both events. The company will continue to look for ways to give back to the communities that it serves. It is all part of its larger commitment to make charity work one of the main things that it is known for.

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