Mr. Sanjay Shah’s Great Cause

Autism Rocks is a unique charitable organization that features live concerts as its sole funding strategy. Not only do the concerts provide a fun way to donate money, as they generate a significant sum to fund autism research. The organization was founded in 2014, just three years after Mr. Sanjay Shah’s son Nikhil was diagnosed with autism.
Mr. Will and Pete Best have recently been elected to Autism Rocks’ Board of Trustees. Pete is a longtime friend of founder Sanjay Shah, but is more than qualified for the position. Pete’s last job was serving as Chief Operating Officer for Icap, one of the largest financial servicers in London. Will has extensive experience in performing music, marking the duo as a perfect fit for Autism Rocks.

Solo Capital Markets according to its companycheck profile was founded in 2011 by Mr. Sanjay Shah. The firm is a significant player in London’s financial scene, and is currently valued at more than 15.45 million Euros. Sanjay Shah was able to bring the firm to success through his well-developed financial senses. Mr. Shah is currently worth more than $250 million dollars, proving his potential for growing Autism Rocks.

Sanjay Shah now the CEO of Solo Capital almost went down the medical path as a student, but decided to opt for the financial sector. Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, and Credit Suisse have employed Mr. Shah as an accountant in his younger years. In 2009, Mr. Sanjay Shah decided to found his own financial firm, now but a distant ancestor of the ever-blossoming Solo Capital.

Some of the world’s most popular music artists have performed at the event, including Lenny Kravitz, Drake, and Prince. Only those with autism and their caregivers are able to attend the event, although there are some seats reserved for thoroughly involved investors and financiers. In 2015, the price was $130 for a child with autism and $30 per caregiver, paid for completely by donations.

Mr. Sanjay Shah is also involved with autism as a trustee of the Autism Research Trust, which primarily finances autism research at Cambridge University. Mr. Shah has held the position of trust director since 2013.

This article’s contents were derived from an outstanding article on Sunday Times.

It’s Easy As One, Two Three

Very attractive to the eye of a young, engaging entrepreneur is an article written about bettering ones company with the satisfaction of the employee being a strong variable. A recent article by Darius Fisher, the President/Co Founder of the premier online reputation firm Status Labs, goes on to break down, in three sections, the idea of reducing costs from employee turnover rates by utilizing a unique goal structured program that involves incentives.

Darius, who can be found on Twitter, starts off to point out how important it is to learn what your employees even consider a reasonable incentive. This is fundamental in generating the result needed from the employee. It has to do with mustering the momentum needed to go after tasks with a sanctioned, ulterior purpose. While on a macro level, deepening the trust between employee and employer which is all too lacking in the business environment today. To continue this momentum, Darius focuses in on giving credit where credit is due. Out of the three principles outlined in the article, giving acknowledgement to employees, by far is the most practical. As the leader of a staff of employees, making it known you are visually aware of hard work goes much further than one would assume.

Darius wraps it up by tackling a problem we see popping up all the time in the business world; communication. Fisher transmits his knowledge on the subject by offering advice through the perspective of his own experience. Keeping the flow of pertinent information from experiencing traffic congestion is a topic that has long interested business owners. Darius explains the importance of keeping everyone in the loop and how this is key to keeping the office staff working as a team with less resistance in time management and deadlines. Promoting a sense of family and community is a vital part in the overall success of pulling staff together to complete objectives in one accord. Communication is always a winning factor in business endeavors so it is no surprise that Darius sums up this article with advice on the subject. Visit his website for more information and news.

George Soros Gets Back Into Political Investments


George Soros is an affluent investor and the chairman of his group, Soros Fund Management. The businessman has been known to invest large amounts to liberal political campaigns, but is currently receiving attention for making one of the largest donations in American political history by donating a record 8 million dollars to the campaign of democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. The 8 million dollar sums is a combination of the 6 million dollars donated by Soros’ private company and the 2 million dollars that was donated by Soros’ partner investor groups. The money has been donated to various super PACs in support of Hillary Clinton.

George Soros has always been known in the political world as an investor whose patterns are indicative of what other investors will do. Throughout his career, Soros has displayed a fervent desire to contribute to the campaigns of politicians who were in sympathy to the causes he believed in. Soros has, in fact, donated a combined 20 million dollars to groups that strived to remove former republican president, George W. Bush, in 2004. The attempt by the group to remove the president from office failed on a massive scale. After donating such a large amount of money to a project and having it fail, George Soros slowly cut back on his large financial contributions to presidential and political campaigns. He still gave contributions to campaigns, but they were considerably smaller than his usual donations. In 2012, during the reelection campaign of the current president, Barack H. Obama, the political action committee known as Priorities USA solicited funds from the investor. Although this campaign was what George Soros would have traditionally invested a large sum of money in, he donated only 1 million dollars because of his previous failed investment. Soros had previously supported Barack Obama in his initial campaign, when the president ran against the then senator, Hillary Clinton. Later, the investor stated that he regretted investing his funds in the Obama campaign and would like to support Hillary Clinton in her future endeavors.

Because of George Soros’ reputation and financial capability, he is often a prime target for solicitation by Super PACs during election cycles. One of these groups was enormously rewarded for their tenacity and perseverance when asking for a donation from George Soros. Soros maintains the school of thought that investors must support groups who hold the interests of business and people. For more information about the donations of the investor, George Soros, and the effect these investments have on political campaigns around the world, please visit this website.

Fabletics A New kind of Woman’s Active Wear Store


The hottest thing in fashion today is Kate Hudson’s new clothing store Fabletics. Fabletics is an exclusive clothing store co-founded by Hudson that focuses on active wear and athletic brand outfits for women. Even though the main focus is on women’s fashion they have also launched a new clothing line for men called the FL2 line. This is so the brand can have a line for men’s activewear that will compliment all of its potential customers nationwide. Fabletics is also one of the first national retail stores of its kind to offer not only in-store sales but also a monthly subscription service for its customers. The subscription service sends the customer discounted outfits once a month and then charges their credit cards accordingly. To help explain the service on-line the company has beefed up it FAQ page and its customer service telephone operations. Adam Goldenberg co-CEO of the company has stated that the subscription program is a big hit with the company’s customers. The store plans to build and open up to 100 stores in the next 3-5 years.

But Adam Goldenberg just didn’t fall into this space by accident. He, like Kate Hudson, is no stranger to the fashion industry. He founded his first company at the age of 15 and sold it three years later. He then joined Intermix Media, an American Internet marketing company, and by the age of 30 was promoted to its Chief Operating Officer making him the youngest COO ever of a publicly traded company. He then co-founded a company similar to Hudson’s Fabletics operating under the name of JustFab. JustFab, like Fabretics, was a subscription based online fashion company where members could receive shoes, clothing accessories, and handbags, for a recurring monthly credit card charge. To sell this vision to its customers, Goldenberg set out to create a highly personalized sales platform for JustFab. He accomplished this by making the service fun and addictive too. He did this by hiring the best designers and style consultants in the fashion field to create an attractive and affordable monthly subscription model. This was done in record time and the end result was a wildly successful business model that perfected Goldenberg’s subscription model while highlighting the websites personality and focusing the buyers attention on its quality products. JustFab has since turned into a wildly successful on-line retailer with a present value of over one billion dollars. Like all successful companies who want to continue being successful, JustFab recently acquired and is the parent company of Kate Hudson’s company Fabretics. The reason for this acquisition is fairly apparent because on a closer look at each companies operations you will notice that they are all but identical other than Fabretics having a major Hollywood movie star as its official spokesperson.