Title: Director of Wholesales and Operations
Location: San Juan, PR
San Juan, PR, October 25, 2016, Carlos Enrique Escobar Bravo, Director of Wholesales and Operations with Claro, has been recognized by Worldwide Executives, for dedication, achievement and leadership in team management.
On a daily basis as the director of wholesales and operations with Claro, Mr. Escobar Bravo is responsible for setting up towers, conduits and fiber optics. Additionally, he develops and implements products, and he oversees sales and operations for the company while working with international roaming and international private lines. Mr. Escobar Bravo considers himself to be an expert in the telecommunications industry, with particular skills in mentoring and leadership, guiding teams to reach their goals.
Title: Founding Partner, President
Company: VSL LTD
Location: London, UK
Constance Nash recently established an amalgamated firm through an invitation by the British government to cultivate her assets under their protective umbrella, in order to provide jobs and revenue to the U.K. with their new inward investment project. Her work has been deemed a foundation for the “Mobile Wave.” Ms. Nash Optimized Data Transmission System and Method’s inventions in Partitioning and Slice, plus software and coding is the foundation to the Mobile Wave starting in 2001, and continuing with non-obsolete data transmission technology for reducing all data to transmit via the narrow bandwidth of the Internet: Hers is the foundation of the Technology pyramid, and hers is still growing with her own innovations and new inventions. Her tier 1 law firm in entertainment and technology informed her that her and Alex’s solution to transmitting data through the Internet was a solution they called The Holy Grail, worth $50 billion in 2001: IF she could write a patent and IF she could make the Software. “That there was an international race to find the solution to reducing data to transmit low bit rate, non-buffering, problematic LOSSY AND LOSSLESS data: lossless means no loss of data being sent. But, her inventions only transmitted three percent of the received data, and yet there is no lost data: VSL’s are lossless. She co-prosecuted Australia, and all patents by flying to each patent law firm to teach the invention, so it could be protected.
Ms. Nash fought for its and her own rights, but patents was just the tip of the iceberg of the VSL in development achievement; software was and is brilliant. It is the key to the bundle of assets value. The applications she came up with, such as an image chipset inside a surveillance systems camera, when all security system cameras had external cables, changed how surveillance succeeds. That invention was not for a bandwidth transit usage on just the Internet. It proved the broad usage of the inventions themselves. “Film used to be delivered in a can, which was sent in costly film strips to theatres,” she said, recently. Today, movies can be sent digitally, to equipment she envisioned years ago. She wrote of this in her White Paper too, and showed the concept and the patent to Universal. Read the rest of this entry »
Company: Agropur Dairy Cooperative
Title: Vice President of Sales
Location: Longueuil, QC Canada
For an impressive three decades, Mr. Charbonneau has channeled his ambition and drive into his field, especially for the last 11 years as vice president of sales for Agropur Dairy Cooperative, which provides dairy products and industry services. During the course of his daily duties, he manages a sales team, oversees six direct reports, and develops strategies. He became involved in his current position because he always wanted to take on more responsibilities within the industry. An amazing example of skill in his profession, Mr. Charbonneau outshines others due to a combination of his prior industry experiences and his educational background, which includes an MBA from Universite de Sherbrooke. During his spare time, he loves to golf, as well as give back to the community through Institut Pacifique, where he is the president of fundraising. Within the next five years, Mr. Charbonneau intends to serve in a general management role.
Company: Lean Leadership Institute
Location: Alberta, Canada
George Trachilis is the president and CEO of Lean Leadership Institute, an online business coaching company that provides high-quality and economical education support for Lean leaders and the improvement of organizational performance. Mr. Trachilis is known as the Lean Guru and is highly respected in his field. He works with industry leaders, consultants, coaches, or executives to solve complicated 21st century problems with people-based systems. Mr. Trachilis also develops course materials, consults over the Internet, and writes online courses. He has traveled all over the world, authored “OEM Principles of Lean Thinking” and hosted online seminars and webinars with the intention of helping people find the leader inside them. Mr. Trachilis believes that he may even help people more so than any doctor as he gets people to change their lives by encouraging them to move out of their comfort zone and into a zone of learning. He sees his clients find an energy that they never thought they had. Mr. Trachilis’ greatest reward is watching people grow, and that scores well above the money and security he has in his current role as president of the Lean Leadership Institute. He advises others to join him and develop themselves as leaders in society. For more information please visit www.leanleadership.guru/community.html and www.georgetrachilis.com. Read the rest of this entry »
Company: Santander UK plc
Location: United Kingdom
Achim Cremer is the director of collections and recoveries at Santander UK plc, a financial services provider that offers clients a wide range of financial services on an international basis. Mr. Cremer was intrigued by the industry because of its level of customer interaction and because it would allow him to provide a more protective process for clients. Mr. Cremer has 27 years of experience and has been in his current role for the past four. Recognized for his ability to contribute to the profit line of the organization, he is responsible for leading the collections and accounts teams for Santander at 1-180 day accounts, and improving financial situations for customers. He has been credited with exceeding net credit loss targets across all products in the bank every year in Sweden and German companies. Additionally, Mr. Cremer has made two startup companies profitable within three years. He turned a non-profitable, ready-to-sell company into a profit-making, award-winning organization within one year. He attributes his success to always aiming to get the best out of a team by joining up their strengths to create a respectful working environment. Read the rest of this entry »
Title: 1) Owner 2) Certified Coach
Company: 1) Food-Wise Weight Loss 2) Jeunesse, LLC.
Location: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Lise Hamilton-Carrière was recently named a VIP member of Worldwide Branding for her commitment to excellence in coaching. At the helm of Food-Wise Weight Loss and Jeunesse, LLC., Ms. Hamilton- Carrière strives for excellence in her endeavors to help others by teaching them and providing them with the tools they need to achieve optimal health. Read the rest of this entry »
Title: Executive Vice President
Company: Shimadzu South Africa (Pty) Ltd
Location: Roodepoort, South Africa
Darryl Harris is a highly regarded professional with 30 years of experience in the research field. Mr. Harris is currently the executive vice president of Shimadzu South Africa (Pty) Ltd, a manufacturer that offers medical diagnostic equipment manufacturing services. Read the rest of this entry »
Company: Aviva Europe
Location: Paris, France
Sandrine Brun’s extensive experience in the insurance industry and strong skill set in procurement has made her a leader at Aviva Europe, one of the leading insurance companies. An ethical and enthusiastic leader who is very hardworking and highly committed, Ms. Brun takes great pride in her work and always puts her employees’ needs first.
Ms. Brun has been serving in her position as director of Europe procurement for the past five years and has excelled at setting an inspiring vision and joining together her team, stakeholders and providers. In her role, she is responsible for managing direct and indirect procurement in Europe. Ms. Brun also spends 50 percent of her time in meetings to discuss effectiveness and new strategies.
Prior to joining Aviva Europe, Ms. Brun worked with AXA, where she was in charge of managing procurement and supporting corporate contracts. Her experience at AXA exposed her to all facets of the industry and she became well versed in managing diverse teams, taking the lead, and creating procurement strategies. Read the rest of this entry »
Company: Beca Corporate Holdings Ltd
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
Robin Johansen is a technology and systems consulting veteran who has garnered 42 years of experience throughout his illustrious career. An expert in various subjects, including governance, procurement, systems engineering, and risk management, Mr. Johansen joined Beca in 2000. Beca is a professional services consulting company that provides a wide range of engineering consulting services. As the CIO, he is responsible for handling strategic development and management of the ICT function for Beca’s global interests across China, Singapore, New Zealand and Australia.
A highly accomplished individual, Mr. Johansen has achieved great success in working on high profile projects and solving problems. He is extremely proud of the part he played in the delivery of a complex, multi-year project valued at $1.2 billion. Due to Mr. Johansen’s leadership, vast knowledge and industry skills, the project was delivered within budget and only slightly behind the original schedule. Aside from his work at Beca, Mr. Johansen is also a company director for two hi-tech companies. Read the rest of this entry »
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Kimberly Lane was a second generation owner of one of the most famous and most popular fast food chains in the world. She began working for McDonald’s as a part-time employee after graduating from high school. Ms. Lane enjoyed the variety of being in an industry where each day is always different and made the decision to stay on and establish a career with the company.
For more than 12 years, she worked tirelessly to ensure her customers ate the highest quality food and that her business experienced profitability. Ms. Lane also improved the restaurant’s cash flow and managed the daily operations. She was successful in doubling her facility’s cash flow. Read the rest of this entry »