Israel, as a nation, is officially 70 years old, and Adam Milstein is helping the Israeli people to find opportunities and a home in the United States. He founded the Israeli-American Council in 2007 to give Israelis a home away from home experience. In the past, when Milstein left Israel to come to the United States, he admitted that most Israelis looked forward to going back to their home country after a visit. Now, Israelis have many more opportunities in the U.S.A., which inspire them to stay. In fact, 1 million Israelis now call the United States their home, and it is possible there will be many more to come if things don’t change back home.
Israel is currently experiencing political turmoil, rising housing costs, lowered wages, and all of the drama that comes with the Palestinian and Iranian nuclear threats. While Israelis travel to many different countries, most of them come to the United States where there is lots of opportunity. The Israelis that show up in America are highly talented and skilled in their fields of study and offer plenty. Unfortunately, they see little to no opportunity in their own country, and Adam Milstein is disappointed in this because Israel is currently experiencing a tech boom all of its own.
Adam Milstein knows that his nation’s leaders have been working to bring educated Israelis back to Israel, but it hasn’t been enough. The government of Israel even launched I-CORE, which was a multi-million dollar program that worked to woo scholars back to Israeli universities. After a few years, the program was scrapped due to its ineffectiveness. Today, only one of every five Israelis that leave the country to study elsewhere come back to Israel. This is after Israel tried another program named “The Israel Brain Gain Program,” which shut down after just nine months.
Adam Milstein is hoping that this trend will not go on forever but knows that there re currently two Israels. One of them is the nation with a booming tech industry that is bursting at the seams, and the other is one that is not keeping up with the needs of a modern Israeli world. Until this has been ratified, Adam Milstein sees no real solution to the problem.
Louis Chenevert formerly served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman at United Technologies Corporation, where he retired from in 2014. He is an experienced entrepreneur who has served many companies in a span of about thirty seven years. Louis Chenevert has been given immense credit for exhibiting great skills that have seen huge growth at UTC. The success includes acquiring Goodrich Aerospace which stamped the company’s presence in the business.
Asked about his success, Louis Chenevert says his leadership focus was on engineering and operational talent. This ensured he was working with a team that was dedicated as this style of work encouraged unique ideas that brought profits upon realization. Providing his team with everything they needed was key to ensuring they delivered on results. He is a technology enthusiast, and says he is awed by how it speeds up work that was crucial to the companies development. Given another chance, he says he would focus on internal politics and evaluate how they would affect performance. Teamwork is crucial in overcoming obstacles and ensuring customer satisfaction. It gives you an edge when taking risks and ability to reward them. He notes that his success as an entrepreneur has been centered on open thinking, teamwork and surrounding himself with winners.
Apart from United Technologies Corporation, Louis Chenevert has served in other positions among them, President, Pratt & Whitney, from 1999 to 2006 where he had joined in 1993. He served at General Motors for several years as production general manager of its St Therese operation.
Louis Chenevert graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Université de Montréal. In 2011, he was awarded with a Honorary Doctorate from the University of Montreal. He was also inducted as a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in 2005. He is on the Board of Directors of Cargill Inc. He is Chairman of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, Yale Cancer Center’s Advisory Board and HEC Montreal International Advisory Board.
The luxury real estate industry has been notoriously difficult to navigate for many developers who have struggled to remain afloat through the ups and downs often experienced in this private sector. One developer who has remained afloat through the 2008 economic crash and other financial problems are Hussain Sajwani, the luxury real estate developer who foresaw the 2008 credit crisis. To avoid problems like those affecting his competitors, Hussain Sajwani developed an innovative approach to business allowing him to avoid the financial issues many of his fellow developers have been struck by. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJxJrIkRTzk
The DAMAC owner has built a fortune of more than $4 billion from his ventures in the luxury real estate and food services industries which has given the business partner of U.S. President Donald Trump the chance to indulge his philanthropic activities. The Hussain Sajwani family has become one of the leading donors to a number of good causes including an annual Ramadan clothing drive developed by both the United Arab Emirates Royal Family and the Red Crescent humanitarian organization. IN 2015 alone, Hussain Sajwani and his DAMAC Properties group provided enough funding to give clothes to more than one million children around the world.
Success seems to have become a habit for Hussain Sajwani with the partnership between DAMAC Properties and the Trump organization set fair for an even closer relationship in the coming decades. A deal is almost complete to construct two golf courses at DAMAC resorts bearing the Trump name with the second designed by Tiger Woods set to open early in 2018; Hussain Sajwani has already stated his desire to extend the business relationship he shares with President Donald Trump beyond the confines of the current contract.
Upon winning the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, Donald Trump made clear his admiration for both Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties stating a deal worth $2 billion had been shelved until his term in The White House was completed. The founder of DAMAC has been plentiful in his praise of the U.S. President and believes an ongoing relationship with the New York real estate mogul will be beneficial for both parties in the future. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/HussainSajwaniOfficial