Sahm Adrangi Reports on Various Investments

Investors from different parts of the world research before investing in stocks. Kerrisdale Capital Management is the leading investment manager who is helping investors with well-researched information about various companies in the stock market. The company was found by Sahm Adrangi who is one of the leading investment managers in the world. He is the chief investment officer and founder of Kerrisdale Capital Management.

The primary aim of Sahm Adrangi is to help investors in making significant profits from their investments. The investment manager with the help of Sahm researches on companies and shares information of their findings with the public. They give information about companies that are doing well in the stock market as well as those not performing well. Sahm has vast knowledge in long-term investments. He can read the trends of share values of developing as well as established companies.

Recently, Sahm Adrangi has given negative reports on some companies. These companies have experienced a rise in the value of their shares which is not justified. One of the companies is Eastman Kodak Company where share value has risen. Adrangi says that the company has announced partnerships that will not help the company to deal with declining revenues. He says that the share price will fall soon.

Preteostasis Therapautics, Inc is another company that share are expected to go down soon according to Sahm and Kerrisdale Capital Management. This is a biopharmaceutical company that is producing a drug that targets to treat cystic fibrosis. According to Sahm, the share of the company went up, and they will fall soon as the drug is ineffective. On top of that, the company has little value. Sahm has also given researched information about QuinStreet, Inc., an internet marketing firm. Its share has gone up, and investors are thinking that the company is heading the right direction; but Sahm has a different opinion and doubts its sustainability.

Sahm Adrangi has experience in the investment industry, and there is no doubt about the negative reports. He has worked at Longacre Fund Management as the investment analyst. On top of that, he has helped many creditors while working at Chanin Capital Partners. He has helped Kerrisdale Capital Management grow significantly, and there is no doubt it has become a leading investment manager.

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Meet the Executive Vice President of American Institute of Architects (AIA)

Robert ivy is the current executive vice president and CEO of American Institute of Architects (AIA). This is a leading USA based organization of architects and designers. It has over two hundred and fifty chapters and ninety thousands member architectural engineers and design experts across the nation. Robert has spent a better part of his life strengthening the organization through public outreach, education initiatives, and advocacy.

Robert ivy journey to success began by broadening his education at Sewanee University. He received a bachelor degree in arts. He later joined Tulane University where he studied masters of Architecture. In 1996, Ivy became the Editor in Chief of architectural records. While in that position, architectural records became the world’s most read architectural journal. He oversaw publication of 33 publications in print and digital editions. The company received plentiful of publishing industry honors. The most notable included premier magazine journalism award and Folio design awards. Also, the organization got 26 Jesse H Neal awards and seven ozzies.

In 2011, Robert Ivy was promoted to Executive vice president and Chief Executive Officer Position where he currently serves. Under his leadership, he has been able to reposition the AIA from its wealthy legacy to a responsive, practical and prominent organization. Among his primary responsibilities and goals is heightening public awareness through advocacy. This involves helping the public understand the significance and relevance of all designers.

Robert’s most remarkable accomplishment as a CEO includes streamlining AIA governance. He has been able to improve the organizational decision making and build a new digital-first technology infrastructure. Additionally, he has launched a highly-appreciated public awareness campaign. Lately, Robert is focusing on shifting AIA possessions to train architects on their responsibility in dealing with current critical matters. This includes sustainability, climate change and the various effect of architectural design on public health.

Due to his massive contribution to the architectural world, Robert Ivy has received several personal awards. For instance, in March 2010, Robert was named the “master architect” for efficiently communicating the value of design to the public. Additionally, he was among the seven people who received the credit in the company’s 100-year history. Among the seven, he was the only designer chosen in the 21st century

Robert is also the writer of the classic biography of Fay Jones. The book is rated among the best by art Library Society of North America, especially for scholarship and design. Besides serving as executive vice president and CEO of the AIA, he also serves as an advisory board of four architect universities.

More info here:https://www.aiaaustin.org/content/honorary-dinner-robert-ivy-faia

 

Louis Chenevert: the Leader that Guided UTC Through Troubled Times

Louis Chenevert is a Canadian businessman and also served as the CEO and chairman of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Earlier on in his career, in the late 1990’s, he became the president of Pratt & Whitney after serving with the company for six years. During the mid 2000’s, he became the Chairman of UTC. Eventually Mr. Chenevert became the Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee for the Business Council and also served Goldman Sach’s Merchant Banking Division as its Exclusive Advisor.

Louis Chenevert has always had the amazing ability to bring shareholders, stakeholders, and customers, alike, together so they could understand how all of their interests might align. He steered the company through a time of recession when other businesses were falling by the wayside. He helped UTC to survive through the years when no one cared about American businesses and when manufacturers from outside the United States were offering stiff competition. By keeping it at the top of its industry, Mr. Chenevert cemented UTC’s legacy as a leader in the market of aerospace and building space. During this time the company never underpaid its employees or caved in and left its original location.

Louis Chenevert helped to contribute to Connecticut’s extended history in the manufacturing arena as well as its economy. Even though Connecticut is known to be a costly state to do business in, Chenevert was able to guide UTC until it was earning twice the average of what many other companies were bringing in. As the CEO of the company, he brought its share-price from a disheartening $37 all of the way up to $117 while dividends were always paid out. He did all of this while not partaking in the practice of outsourcing production, and, in fact, even went as far as moving more than a hundred aerospace engineers from cheaper locations back to Connecticut for their useful skills.

Louis Chenevert studied at HEC Montreal where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in production management. He was also honored with the being named Person of the Year by the Aviation Week & Space Technology.

Reno, Nevada CEO Josh Smith Provides Local Students With New Greenhouse

Modular Greenhouses CEO Joshua Smith and Great Full Gardens Cafe in Reno, Nevada, made some High Desert Montessori School students very happy gardeners recently by donating a brand new Modular Greenhouse to the high school’s gardening program.

This generous act by Reno, Nevada’s Joshua Smith will enable the students in the gardening program to not only have an amazing brand new resource to work with in their new greenhouse but it will also provide them an educational hands on practice of planting, growing and harvesting their own food and get active in their own health and wellness while enjoying the benefits and pleasures of farm to table foods.

“We have a program where we offer our greenhouses to every school or nonprofit in Washoe County,” said Modular Greenhouses CEO, Joshua Smith. In addition to schools, the local Reno, Nevada startup Modular Greenhouse has also donated a greenhouse to the Boys & Girls club. Smith’s local business is very determined to assist the community in growing their own food and has an aggressive planned mission to provide a new greenhouse to every school in Washoe County by the year 2020.

Smith has put a program into place where every school and non profit in the county can get their own greenhouse donated by Modular Greenhouse with the intent to teach and educate throughout the county the benefits of growing your own foods and get young students in the habit of focusing on health and wellness as they learn.

In addition to the generous donation from Joshua Smith’s Reno, Nevada company, the high school also received money donations of $3200.00 to enhance their new greenhouse startup with soil, planters and seeds. They now have everything they need for their new farming venture and the students are very excited and grateful for this opportunity to learn.

It should be fun for Washoe county residents to watch this program “Grow”

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Focuses on Serving America’s Architects and Improving Standards

A majority of seasoned and upcoming architects in the United States ply their trade under the professional umbrella of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Besides bringing professional architects together, AIA also brings allied partners on board and as a result, makes one strong professional body. Among the indications of its strength and power include over 300 local chapters and more than 200 employees. Over and above that, AIA boasts a membership of more than 87,890 architects as of today. The organization has its head offices based in Washington DC. Learn more: https://washington.org/meetings/find-dc-listings/american-institute-architects

Serving Its Members

Among the many ways through which AIA serves its members is through ensuring that their rights are advocated for, ensuring that they are well-informed on matters of industry, and most importantly nurturing a community of like-minded professionals. The organization ensures that upcoming architects are licensed and that the already licensed maintain their licensure. To achieve this, the members are taken for refresher courses to ensure that they grow professionally and meet all their professional obligations. Upcoming architects are also provided with resourceful web-based material that helps them navigate through the profession with ease.

Setting Standards

Being the industry leader, AIA is the organization that sets the standards in the construction industry. The organization keeps records of architectural designs as well as contract forms that serve as future reference. Over and above that, AIA sponsors and takes part in market research that not only give its members a clear picture of where the industry is regarding economy but also advise them on the areas to improve on. It also puts the research findings in good use by investing in boosting customer confidence in American architects. These efforts go a long way in creating a good environment for the industry to grow.

Through the AIA Conference on Architecture that the organization holds every year, architects can converge and share ideas, discuss their common challenges, and chart the way forward. The organization also brings all industry stakeholders together through corporate meetings and events. Besides that, AIA boosts the morale amongst its members by organizing awards programs for top performers within the industry.

Robert Ivy

AIA has had many CEOs since it was incepted in the late 19th century. Robert Ivy serves as the organization’s current CEO. He is an architect by training, with a degree to that effect from Tulane University. Having graduated in 1976, Robert spent about three decades working as an architectural journalist and editor. He took up his current job in 2011.