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First Brazilian Awarded Golden Lion

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Alexandre Gama an entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Neogama advertising Brazilian. Neogama is one of 20 largest advertising agencies in Brazil. Alexandre Gama the only Brazilian to be part of the Global Creative Board and global network. A graduate in advertising and Propaganda.

Alexandre Gama’s career began in the 80s where he acted as a writer. Then in the 90s he was a copywriter for four years and awarded for his work. In 1999 Alexandre Game set up his own agency, Neogama. In 2008, the only Latin American to hold a master class. A Foreman of the International Film Jury of the British Association D&AD in 2004. The only exhibition genre in Brazil, invited him to present his works at the Brazilian Art Museum.

Alexandre founded a Instrumental Brazilian guitar project. Also Gama became partners with the British automotive company. Alexandre Gama has won 23 Lions at Cannes Film Festival. The only Brazilian publicist on the Global Creative Board.

Kenyans joined BBH a London branch now Neogama/BBH, then elected agency of the year by a newspaper. The first Brazilian agency to win two Golden Lions in Press & Film. In 2016, Neogama disconected from the BBH network.

Purchase Of The Chicago Tyson Plant Expands The OSI Group World Food Network

Home | Food Business | Purchase Of The Chicago Tyson Plant Expands The OSI Group World Food Network

In 1909 German immigrant, Otto Kolschowsky started a small meat market in the suburbs of Chicago. Today the OSI group is one of Forbes Magazines top 100 most highly successful privately owned American business with over 6 billion dollars in revenue.

Kolschowsky died in 1975 at the age of 86, after establishing a prominent legacy in the meat processing industry. That success continued to grow last summer, when the OSI group purchased one of Tyson Food’s processing plants located on Chicago’s South Side.

Some wondered if spending over 7 million dollars for a failing food plant was a good business decision. Tyson Foods had anticipated all the nearly 480 jobs at the facility would be lost when it closed. The purchase has already saved at least 250 of those jobs.

Spokespersons for the Aurora-based food company indicated that the plant would not be closed and that executives were excited to add a facility so close to their main headquarters. By adding the 200,000 square foot facility, the OSI Group will keep job opportunities in one of Chicago’s struggling back yard neighborhoods. The new plant will continue OSI growth as a worldwide distributor of meat products like breakfast sausage, bacon and now quality chicken products.

The global food network employs over 20,000 people around the world in 17 different countries. Purchasing the Tyson plant in Chicago brings the North American total number of plants in operation to a dozen facilities in seven different states. North American operations also include two plants in Canada and one in Brazil.

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Booming Business In Ohio Real Estate

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Ohio’s real estate market had its best financial year since 2005, despite a slowdown in growth in other parts of the country. In the state of Cleveland home purchases rose by 7.5 percent in 2016 compared to 2015. Listing data from Northeast Ohio showed a whopping 8 percent increase in newly constructed houses. The number of houses sold wasn’t the only thing that rose, average sale prices rose as well to $159,531.

Various analysts have attributed this upswing to record low mortgage rates. A rise in job creation is also a factor as people who have jobs can afford a mortgage. A rise in mortgage rates after the elections in December only slowed down growth slightly. Analysts have said the rise did not affect demand significantly as buyers are willing to buy homes. The major limiting factor is the lack of supply. The quality and quantity of listings is not up to scratch and it has hurt growth.

Tammy Mazzocco is a real estate agent based in Central Ohio. She specializes in selling residential properties in Delaware, Licking, Fairfield and Franklin counties. She has been selling houses with Judy Gang & Associates since the summer of 2000. She started her career as secretary for a major real estate firm. She then move on to Scotland Yard realtors where Ken Cook, who is the owner, mentored and taught her about selling houses. She then moved on to T&R Properties where she was a property management.

Tammy Mazzocco’s experience ( both as a broker and property management have given her important skills, which are invaluable in her job as real estate agent. Tammy has a knack for understanding a client’s needs and finding a home that suits them perfectly. Tammy also cares about her client’s wellbeing and treats their investments as if they are her own. For more info, visit her Facebook page.


Securus Technologies, Inc. to Acquire JPay Inc.

Home | Inmate Communication Technology | Securus Technologies, Inc. to Acquire JPay Inc.

Securus Technologies is one of the leading providers of criminal and civil justice solutions using technology and innovation to promote public safety through advanced investigation. For the company, nothing thrills them than to get an opportunity to enhance their services to their clients in the correctional space. Jpay is one of the fastest-growing businesses in the prison space. The company has worked to meet high-end needs in a dynamic environment and make the better business a major source of development. According to the company, nothing thrills them than making business in a dynamic environment. For this reason, the two companies are yet to unite together in the closest bond of all. Securus Technologies has worked to meet the needs specified under the definitive stock agreement to purchase Jpay Company.


Jpay is a company which has worked for more than one decade to offer digitized payments in the correctional space. The company also provides services including educational applications, entertainment, and communication services to the correctional space using technology and innovation. As a matter of fact, no one feels better in a business which flourishes amid the market crisis. Securus Technologies has announced that they have signed a definitive stock purchase agreement form which will be complete when they complete the payments. In this case, the company will acquire Jpay and incorporate its business into a single unit.


According to the CEO of Securus Technologies, this action will make them become one of the fastest-growing companies in the correctional space. For this reason, they will work to meet all the demands that are made by companies in the correctional space. For the company, they are thrilled to have a rare opportunity to offer all services to the correctional space regarding technology and innovation. According to Jpay, this opportunity widens their scope of performance and integration that makes a better business successful.



Sam Boraie’s Contributions in the Real Estate Development and Humanitarian Aid

Home | Real Estate Developers | Sam Boraie’s Contributions in the Real Estate Development and Humanitarian Aid

Sam Boraie, Omar Boraie’s son, is the vice president of the Boraie Development Company alongside his younger sister and elder brother. Omar Boraie was born in Egypt and relocated to the United States where he attended college. He is a real estate investor/developer, and the architect and Chief Executive Officer of Boraie Development. Sam has served in the family business for many years, with his primary focus being establishing new development destinations.

Boraie Development is classified by the Wall Street Journal among the leading development firms in the North-Eastern part of the United States. This New Jersey-based company has invested a significant ton of its exertion in the areas of New Brunswick. It began developing in this area five years ago and has as of now, developed a strategic plan to entirely revitalize the New Brunswick city. Up until now, they have established multi-purpose amenities that have allured new small businesses and residents to New Brunswick in retail, office space and apartments. Boraie Development has also played a major role in the replenishing the areas of Atlantic City that is in the recovery process from the commercial/economic deterioration.

Some of the Boraie Development Company’s concluded projects are; The Aspire, which is an apartment tower with 238 units located in close proximity to New Brunswick’s train terminal, and “The One Spring Street,” also located in the New Brunswick city. The last-mentioned is 25-story high and includes fully occupied residences, a health centre, and roof deck among other amenities.

According to Yahoo’s report, another project is The Beach situated at South Inlet, Atlantic City that has 250 residential homes/units. In Newark, Boraie Company developed the Albany St. Plaza that features 250,000 sq. ft office space plus 20,000 sq. ft retail space.

The already completed projects by the company are just but the beginning of the plans for rebuilding the city. They have a lasting scheme that will guarantee a continuous growth of the city.

Beyond developing facilities of their own, Boraie Development is also associated with partnerships that foster elsewhere. It has an impressive record in collaborating with knowledgeable real estate investors and asset managers that establish, maintain, and sell super quality projects in many communities situated across the nation.

Besides dedicating plenty of his time to their family business, Sam Boraie also takes part in various charitable causes. An example of his greatest outside affections is the New Jersey’s State Theatre where he is a trustee alongside other several local business people.

Being a local cultural aspect, State Theatre puts on numerous different productions yearly in a number of cities in New Jersey such as New Brunswick. It relies densely on charitable aids, which come mostly from either Boraie family, Sam, or the Boraie Development Company.

Sam also plays a major role in Elijah’s Promise, which is a charitable institution whose main aim is to discontinue the poverty cycle in communities located across the New Jersey state. The top goals of the company include; terminating hunger, providing healthy and safe foods, establishing businesses that stimulate social prosperity and empowering people to look and sustain all-right employment. Sam is among the organization’s key Directors, and he actively takes part in the planning process for future objectives.

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