Imagine if there were a perfect water available to support the body and help maintain optimal hydration and pH levels? Wouldn’t that water be worth a second look? Now, there is the perfect water available for the human body. The name of the water is Waiakea. CEO and founder of Waiakea Water, Ryan Emmons started the company in 2012 after visiting his uncle’s property. He tasted the pure water that runs off the Mauna Loa volcano and wished to share the Hawaii volcanic water with the world.
Mr. Emmons is very eco friendly, so Waiakea Water was started with that thought in mind. The company recieved the first carbon neutral rating ever for a beverage company. Waiakea Water is packaged in plastic bottles that will compost in a fraction of the time it takes traditional packaging with 85% less manufacturing time. Even the water is a highly renewable resource as it rains in the Mauna Loa region 360 days a year. The water is naturally filtered through 14,000 feet of volcanic rock before it is bottled.
So in addition to being very eco conscious, Waiakea Water is very good for human consumption. The Waiakea Water pH rate is slightly alkaline at 8.2%, which is what the body needs to help aid in neutralizing acid. It has been found, over time, that the volcanic water has benefits to those suffering from ulcers and digestion issues such as GERD or heartburn. The water also contains a daily dose of Silica, which has been found beneficial to slow the signs of aging and decreases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
In addition to the “zero” carbon footprint on the earth and health benefits of the water, Waiakea Water gives back in a big way. The company donates water for every liter purchased to the rural towns in Africa. Waiakea has been partnering with Pump Aid to bring wells and extra water to rural third world towns that have no immediate water. To read more about Waiakea Water, please click here.
Bradesco Bank is considered as one of Brazil’s leading financial institutions. The company has a growing number of assets, and the recent growth of the company is attributed to their former president, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, who recently retired from the post. He served from 2009 to 2018, and his leadership is considered as one of the most competitive in the company’s history.
He held different positions during his five-decade stay within the company, and through the reforms that he introduced; Bradesco Bank became one of the largest and leading banks in Brazil. The company is currently competing with their rival bank, Itau Unibanco.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi started working with Bradesco Bank at the age of 17 years old, and he accepted the job as a bank clerk to support his studies. He enrolled himself at the FFLCH – USP Foundation School of Sociology and Politics of Sao Paulo, and he hard to work to excel in school and at work. When he finished attending the university, he started to focus on being an employee of Bradesco Bank. He showed his superiors that he deserved to be promoted, and when they noticed his hard work, they decided to give him the position as the marketing director of Bradesco Bank. He was already 32 years old when he was promoted to the position, but it did not stop him from doing the best out of his position. He befriended the media and asked them to publish all positive stories about the company. Through his position, he was able to generate a favorable opinion about Bradesco Bank.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was soon promoted to become the CEO of a Bradesco Bank subsidiary known as Bradesco Vide e Previdencia. It was a challenge for him to make sure that he does what his superiors wanted from him, in return for the promotion that was given to him. He was able to do a great job of being a CEO, and he was promoted to become the executive vice president of the whole company in 1999. During this period, he was able to control a quarter of the insurance market in Brazil. The board of directors at Bradesco Bank was impressed about his capabilities, and he was ultimately chosen to become the next president after his predecessor decided to retire in 2009. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi will soon be known as the man who purchased HSBC Brazil for $5.2 billion.
Check more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi: http://www.valor.com.br/financas/5153264/bradesco-novo-presidente-saira-do-corpo-executivo-afirma-trabuco
Since graduating Purdue University in 1995 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership, Robert Deignan has been helping people and organizations protect, maintain, and manage their computer systems.
As an entrepreneur, he founded his first business just three years out of school called Fanlink. He worked at it for over two years before it was dissolved in 2001.
But, his experience and know-how landed him a position as executive vice president of iS3, Inc. in the same year. At iS3, Inc. he worked as executive vice president, where the company focused on digital security, computer optimization, and technical support.
After working there for over nine years Robert Deignan left iS3, Inc. and co-founded Advanced Tech Support (ATS) Digital Services in 2011. It’s a one-stop shop for homes and small businesses that need computer technical support. Customers can call for service 24/7 and receive technical support through the telephone or through remote access screen sharing technology.
Later, the company was dubbed Advanced Tech Support (ATS) Digital Services. And, Deignan has made good customer service the cornerstone of his business.
The company has spread globally with offices in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, and other countries. Yet, Robert Deignan pushed for more, resulting in ATS Digital Services being the first call center to be certified by AppEsteeem. Deignan says:
“Comprehensive, consumer-focused compliance is the backbone of our organization. When we started the review process in January, we discovered that we already met most of AppEsteem’s requirements. From there, it was a simple decision to commit ourselves, get certified, and send a signal to software vendors, security companies, and regulators that we operate at the very highest level when it comes to consumer-friendly operations and practices.”
Why does work so hard for his customers? We may never know. But, aren’t we lucky he does?