The Middle East has for the longest time witnessed some of the most volatile political landscapes. From the Iran-Iraq to the Iraq-Kuwait wars and political turmoil in Egypt and Somalia, these Islamic nations have had their share on misfortunes. And Hussain Sajwan the Daman Owner, a group of international businesses extending from real estate to hospitality, believes that Dubai has benefited most from all these in fights and wars.
Elites troops in
The real estate developer argues that every time the political heat rises in the Middle Eastern countries, their elite class moves in droves into Dubai, which was ranked the fifth safest city in the world. In most cases, they will move back to the tensions subside.
However, some tend to move their businesses and centers of operation from the country and shift them to Dubai, further enriching the already fattened city. Its neutrality in political involvements in these tensions makes it the perfect trading partner with all the idle eastern nations.
Facts back real estate entrepreneur Hussain Sajwani and his theory by illustrating that Dubai benefited most during the Iraq-Kuwait wars as well as during the long periods of political unrest in Somalia. Currently, the two countries have some of the highest numbers of immigrants living in the UAE. Most of these have established thriving businesses in Dubai that have become a part of the City’s backbone.
More about the Damac Owner
Hussain Sajwani established Damac group as the parent company to many of his businesses interests. He has particularly made a name for himself in the field of luxury real estate with his Damac Properties Company established in 2002. Through the outfit, he has worked on some of the most popular residential, commercial properties across the world and partners with equally influential real estate industry players like Donald Trump in some of these projects.
The Damac Owner who is currently ranked 5th on the Forbes list of richest Arabs has his eyes set on the Chinese real estate market. His company, Damac group was also ranked as the fifth fastest growing company in the world in 2017. Getting in an equally fast-paced market like China can only serve to further boost Damac’s fortunes.
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Within the Brazilian financial sector, Felipe Montoro Jens is known as an authority on infrastructure development specialist with an excellent track record of corporate leadership. As an authority on infrastructure, experienced corporate leader and financial services expert, he regularly provides insightful commentaries on various development issues in the country. One such issue is the privatization of various public infrastructures through concessions and public-private partnerships (PPPs). In his researched commentary, Felipe Montoro Jens points out that despite being legalized in 1990 under the provisions of the National Privatization Program, such privatizations began in the 1980s. Buoyed by the initial successes of concessions and privatizations, the government and private sector entered in more pacts that saw the privatization of numerous industries and state-owned enterprises including telecommunication, steel, and aeronautical industries.
The increase in the number of concessions and privatization deals signed between the public and private sectors was also facilitated by the passing of facilitative policies. According to Felipe Montoro Lens, the formation of National Economic and Social Development Bank (BNDES) has helped the government and the private sector to fast-track the progress of various projects initiated under concessions and PPPs. The organization brings together private and public sector players with the view of developing project financing and development framework. BNDES is responsible for developing policy guidelines for monitoring the quality of projects developed under a PPP.
Professional and Education Profile
Felipe Montoro Jens is an experienced corporate leader who has held numerous high- profile positions in Brazil’s corporate sector. In addition to serving as the chairman of Odebrecht Infra EstruturaLogisticas SA, Mr. Jens also serves on the board of several subsidiaries of Odebrecht Group as a director. He is also the vice chairman of Odeprev-Odebrecht Previdencia SA. A Master’s degree holder in international management holder, Felipe Montoro Jens also serves as a principal at various financial management companies including H2olmos. He also studied kinesiology, health promotion, History, Spanish and business management in various Brazilian and American learning institutions.
For many years the issue of mental health has been ignored. People have been suffering from mental health year in and year out but people have been afraid to speak of it. Recently, so many people have begun addressing the issue and creating a global awareness of the issue. Even with the immense awareness, there is still a stigma associated with the issue. Especially when it comes to the male gender, admission to mental illness or struggles is accompanied by shame and stigma. It takes courageous souls like Michael Phelps to come forward and admit their struggles.
About Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps is a famous Olympics Swimming Champion. Michael has had quite the successful swimming career and boasts of a number of medals in his time. When people look at him, they see a champion who is courageous and talented but he has had some demons to deal with over the years. Michal recently came forward to speak about his struggles with mental health over the years. Michael speaks of suffering from Euphoria and having suicidal thoughts, he also speaks of suffering from great anxiety and depression. In a twitter feed, the swimming champion announced his partnership with Talkspace which according to him helped him get through some rough times when it was hard for an athlete like him to come out about mental health struggles.
Talkspace is a New York-based company that was established in the year 2011. The company operates and online therapy platform. The company employs over two hundred employees who specialize in online therapy, counseling, health and wellness, psychotherapy, messaging therapy that is unlimited as well as self-care. Professionals at Talkspace are focused on being available to clients who need consultation, short-term as well as long-term treatments all through the use of a smartphone or computer with access to the web. The company is aimed at promoting mental health by creating an affordable platform that is accessible to everyone. By doing so, the company also aims to attract clients who are afraid of going to traditional therapy due to stigma. By partnering with Michael Phelps, Talkspace looks forward to attracting more clients and help more people.
When taken as a whole, the healthcare industry in the United States is easily the single largest sector of the economy. Each year, the government alone spends more than $1.5 trillion on healthcare programs. Yet, this huge sector has also proven to be one of the least efficient, with free-market principles often being subordinated to political concerns, entrenched interests and flat-out monopoly pricing power.
Evergreen Healthcare Partners seeks real change
This uncompetitive nature of the healthcare industry has led to considerable stagnation in innovation and development of potentially life-saving technologies. Drew Madden is the CEO and founder of Evergreen Healthcare Partners, one of the fastest-growing healthcare IT consulting firms in the United States. He has dedicated his more than 15-year career to understanding and solving some of the toughest issues within the healthcare field.
Madden explains that one of the things that could potentially halve healthcare costs in the U.S. is the readier adoption and adaptation of technology. Madden says that over the last five decades, the healthcare field has been almost luddite in its technological backwardness.
He points to the barcode as a prime example of the unconscionable snail’s pace that the medical establishment sets for the adoption of critical technologies. By the late 1970s, most grocery stores throughout the United States had already adopted the UPC code as the chief means by which pricing and inventory were effected. By the mid-1980s, UPC barcoding technology was used by virtually every major grocery chain in the United States as well as throughout almost all sectors of the retail establishment.
At the same time, life-saving barcoding technology that allowed for nearly error-free dispensation of drugs at the patient’s bedside is still not yet fully adopted by hospital networks across the country. Madden says that this technology is no more expensive than the inventory management systems of a typical grocery store. What’s more, it is a proven means of saving lives and reducing malpractice claims. Yet, the establishment still has not universally adopted it.
Madden says that these things are due to a simple lack of competition. If hospitals are not forced by free-market competition to spend the initial investment, they won’t, he says.