Swagelok Southeast Texas President, Chris Jones
He owns Swagelok Southeast Texas, a distributorship for Swagelok products. How did he do it? There are many options Jones doesn’t have. As a distributor, he has an exclusive relationship with Swagelok so he can’t add additional products or brands; he is locked into his territory boundaries and the customers who reside there; and price is discretionary but governed by market positioning of the brand.
NetObjex CEO, Raghu Bala
Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of interrelated computing devices, sensors, or objects that can communicate, connect and exchange data with other devices on the same network.
President and CEO of AESC, Karen Greenbaum
Being true trusted advisors when it comes to top talent in leadership. I think that’s what our clients are looking for. In that spirit clients are also looking at digital transformation and I think technology is a critical business opportunity for us.
Tom Aitchison, CEO at Swrve
SaaS has evolved from a technology delivery option to the most powerful platform for a lasting value-based relationship with customers.
Founder of RocketBaby, Alexander Jovanovic
Before RocketBaby, Alexander worked as business developer and investment manager in the renewable energy industry at Sineco Energy and Sineco Holding, an Italian group active in the environment and renewable-energy sectors, with its own production units and R&D centers.
Renu Hanegreefs-Snehi, SVP, Global Brands – Travel + Leisure
Today we publish an interview with internationally award-winning brand executive Renu Hanegreefs-Snehi, the Senior Vice President, Global Brands from Travel + Leisure.
Awais Ahmed, CEO and co-founder of Pixxel
From a student team to the space startup: Interview with Awais Ahmed, CEO and co-founder of Pixxel
Noel Carroll, CEO of Biofriendly
Biofriendly began in 1999 as the passion project of the Carroll Brothers, three Australian inventors and businessmen, who sealed their place as environmentalists when they invented the Vortoil Oil/Water Separator, which helped to protect countless marine species affected by contamination from offshore oil platforms.
Rachel Renock, CEO of Wethos
In the freelancing world, work can be very lonely or boring. Remote roles especially experience the little human interaction on a daily basis. Some freelancers experience burnout from the lack of socialization, and with the wide variety of odd jobs or small-scale projects that the gig economy has to offer, freelancers often have trouble attributing meaning to their work.
Air Astana CEO, Peter Foster
Nestled between Europe, Asia and the Middle East, Kazakhstan holds many interesting opportunities for airlines, none more so than its flag carrier Air Astana. As CEO Peter Foster explains, the airline is in rude health and has bold plans for the future, including branching out into low-cost carrier operations, reinforcing the business strategy, and standing up in the battle against climate change.