Tyler Tysdal discusses Private equity investments which often involve management buyouts and managing buy-ins in older companies, as opposed to venture capital which provides funding for new ones. Private equity is medium to long-term finance which gives you a stake in a theoretically high-growth company. Expertise that the new management will bring to the company often brings about its success. As well as the extra finance that has been allowed by the equity share. Private equity managers work with the existing management team to attempt to improve the success of the business. Constant communication between the two is encouraged. All…

  Lisa M Cannon, MD is a graduate from Columbia University; she is a medical school graduate as of the 2013 graduates. If you are interested in working in the medical field, you will need to ensure that your skills in science are at a premium level. You should plan your college education with a goal of achieving as much as possible academically and in terms of voluntary and work experience to ensure that you are an all-round character. There isn’t really one preferred major to get you into this field even those without science majors would be considered. They…

Do you think that you have what it takes to become a model? If so then it is wise to learn and understand exactly what it takes to make it in this industry. It is for this reason that we spoke to some of the guys here in Chicago from the John Robert Powers modeling agency, to see just what it takes to become a successful model. The guys were kind enough to give us a full review of what being a model is like and shared with us some tips on how you can become the next star of…

Finding someone to be inspired by is a great way for you to learn and feel motivated to achieve more in your life. This is why I was so happy to meet the great Arnon Dror at a business expo in Portland, Oregon last month, a man who has constantly inspired me. Arnon is a highly professional businessman who has a long career of success in business and has held high caliber positions such as the Vice Resident of global company Xerox. I had a great chat with Arnon Dror about what he attributes his success to, how he thinks…

At a recent business expo in Mukilteo, Washington I had a chance meeting with the highly inspirational chairman of Electroimpact Peter Zieve, a man who I have respected for many years and someone who I have actually talked about on this blog. During our chat I spoke to him about a recent report I had read in the Herald about the erosion of community and the lack of people giving back. Now Peter has done great work in communities throughout Washington with a sports program and a community based campaign that he has rolled out from Mukilteo to Seattle, so…

I studied politics with my good friend Eric Wetlaufer during our days studying in Wesson, Mississippi and ever since we have always had great debates and frank discussions with each other, about the face of politics. Something which we were discussing last week via email was the rise of women in politics, a welcome change to the political landscape. This is a topic close to Eric’s heart as his mum tried to get into politics in the 60s, but was declined membership. Thankfully those days are gone, and here is why Eric thinks that the landscape has changed. Social Attitudes…

During college my friend Michelle L Marquez and I both studied law and whilst I went on to work in journalism, she ended up sticking with it and ended up working for a group which deals with the legalities of the stock market such as arbitration, fraud prevention and securities trading. I caught up with Michelle recently as I wanted to write a piece about the stock market, and the people who make their living within this world. Michelle absolutely adores the stock market and she was more than happy to open up about why she loved it and what…

As a Spurs fan living in the US it is quite hard to find those who don’t believe that I am a San Antonio supporter, rather than a Tottenham Hotspur fan. The reason for this is of course that US sports take precedent over everything else here, but there are a few of us Premier League fans around. My good friend Michael Volitich is an avid Spurs supporter like me and we were speaking recently about what realistically we can expect from our boys this season and here is where Michael believes we’ll end up, take a look and see…

If you are purchasing a clarinet either to play as a beginner or to add to the list of musical instruments you play, there are many factors for you to consider. Clarinets belong to a specific family of musical instruments identified through their tunings and registers. This guide aims to cover the basics which will help you select the right clarinet type that suits your needs. Anatomy of a clarinet It is essential to begin by knowing the parts which comprise a clarinet which are: Mouthpiece Barrel Upper joint Lower joint Materials used in the body The body of a…

Nameplates are some of the most mundane objects you will encounter. Their polished appearance, however, tends to evoke curiosity in many. How are they made? What are they made of? Especially when it comes to well-designed custom nameplates, it’s difficult not to be intrigued by the craftsmanship behind them. Different kinds of nameplates Nameplates can be made of various materials. They could be crafted using aluminium, stainless steel, mild steel, or brass. They can also be made of wood or glass. They are generally used to indicate names and titles. They can also be used as signs, indicators, or labels.…