The Modular Greenhouse is a revolutionary greenhouse design that could allow urban dwelling gardeners, and green thumbs everywhere else, for that matter, to be able to grow produce all year long. With a unique multi-level design, the modular hinge greenhouse let’s cultivators have a greenhouse that best suits their space, and the ability to add on as your garden grows bigger. The design is adaptable to patios, backyards, large lots, living rooms, and kitchens. Made of aircraft grade aluminum, the modular hinge greenhouse is sturdy and protective in almost any environment. The revolutionary design was co-invented by serial entrepreneur and gardening enthusiast Josh Smith of Reno, Nevada.
Designing the greenhouse after jumping through tight hurtles to construct his own backyard greenhouse in Reno, Nevada, Josh wanted to make the process simpler for others seeking to grow fruits and veggies on their own. It’s clear Josh Smith is a business owner and visionary committed to providing a better future for society, world round. His passion for gardening also influenced Smith to open a non-profit organization dedicated to providing gardens and greenhouses to K-12 schools nationwide. Josh’s plan for progressing society doesn’t end with his philanthropy, however, and he says when he sees a problem, he is immediately seeking its solution, and the way to present that solution to a world audience. Smith has become renowned in the business world for his cool headed approach to work, and surrounding himself with associates as talented and social minded as himself.
In a recent interview, Josh Smith said his work day revolves around a multitude of projects and at times he culls them by deciding which would be most beneficial to society at large. A proponent of eco-socio-capitalism, business driven by a desire to help society’s ailments, the Reno based entrepreneur recommends pursuing whatever drives you, regardless of time or money investments, if you want to be successful. It’s easy to see Smith’s idea of success is helping society become more sustainable on a whole.
Mr. Louis R. Chenevert has had a long career in business. In his 14 years at work, Mr. Louis Chenevert has been appointed to positions such as Production General Manage, Chief executive officer (CEO), as well as chairman.
Mr. Louis Chenevert achieved his bachelor’s degree from the Université de Montréal, École des Hautes études commerciales (HEC) and graduated in Production Management. He is best known for his leadership of the company United Technologies Corporation (UTC) of which Mr. Louis Chenevert was Chairman and CEO.
His journey to the helm of United Technologies Corporation started with his position at General Motor where he spent a decade of his career. Next, Mr. Louis Chenevert joined Pratt and Whitney which is a unit of UTC. Mr. Louis Chenevert worked in Canada for six years, and in 1999 his hard work paid off with a promotion to the post of President of Pratt and Whitney.
Seven years later, Mr. Louis Chenevert was promoted again, and so he became the CEO and Chairman of the United Technologies Corporation. Mr. Louis Chenevert had great achievements at the post which laid a foundation for the future development and market domination of the UTC. Mr. Louis Chenevert achieved a revenue of $100 billion in only a year after he assumed the posts. He also managed to expand the company through a series of acquisitions, one of which earned the UTC $18.4 billion.
Mr. Louis Chenevert has firm believes of what makes a business last and bring it to success. He started investing in the advanced technology with the purpose of taking the company further. He also worked n establishing a better community within the organization as business is made out of people and for people.
The UTC started an Employee Scholar Program which takes care of the costs for employees who are continuing their education in their respective field. Since the program was launched in 1996, more than 40 000 employees of UTC globally have taken advantage of the program to achieve a degree.
Today, Mr. Louis Chenevert is retired from UTC put works occasionally as the Exclusive Advisor at the Merchant Banking Division of the company Goldman Sachs.
Before the establishment of his firm, Jeremy Goldstein worked in partnership with other members at the largest firms in New York. More to this, he was involved in some of the largest corporate transactions where he worked to oversee their transition. One of the major ones include the acquisition of Goodrich by the United Technologies among many others.
His education background can be marked as the main key contributor to the things he did in his career. He pursued his first degree at New York University School of law before he proceeded to the University of Chicago where he furthered his education with a master’s degree.
Presently, Jeremy Goldstein is the acting chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee, a group of associates involved in executive compensations in the United States. Among all the others that he works with, he is marked as one of the best lawyers in the team. This is through his fluent communication both in writings as well as speech. In the team, the major issues he chairs include matters on the governance and executive compensation issues.
Additionally, Jeremy Goldstein is an affiliate member of the professional advisory Board of the NYU Journal of Law and Business. He is also a member of the board of directors at fountain house where they work for the recovery of men and women with mental disorders.
Fabletics is a fashion membership brand in the activewear movement using a subscription model to sell to members. Coupled with convenience and associating with brands which empower women to be a better version of themselves, the brand has become a darling to many. Given that Amazon has in the past dominated the fashion e-commerce scene yet Fabletics has grown to a value of $250 million in three years, the brand has set itself apart as a game changer in the industry. From the get-go, the brand understood that price and the quality of goods alone wouldn’t endear it to the modern shopper. Consequently, it focused on customer service and exclusive design to be of high value to customers.
As other brands physical stores are going under because consumers browse for their products online but go to buy them away from the brand’s physical stores, Fabletics has managed to increase sales at its physical stores. Fabletics will be opening a dozen more shops in different locations this year alone. This success can be attributed to reverse showrooming where clients browse their products online before making a purchase. Given that Fabletics physical stores stock on products clients want instead of trends, this business model has worked in their favor. Online local data on what clients are looking for is at the heart of their retail strategy and has pushed their sales upwards. Basically, members’ input is taken into account during stocking. Consequently, members end up buying the products at the brand’s physical stores instead of going elsewhere to look for them. Focusing on accessibility, people, and culture has ensured Fabletics is thriving even as other fashion brands struggle to get people into their stores. For the best workout gear, Fabletics encourages you to take the Lifestyle Quiz to find out what suits you best.
Hudson’s Take and Role in Fabletics
Kate Hudson played a major role in getting the Fabletics brand to where it is today. Kate and her team put in a lot of work to ensure the athleisure brand is not only fashion-forward but that it is also empowering to women. Kate is therefore proud of her accomplishments with the Fabletics brand and knows it will continue to expand. Her claims are not baseless. At the inception of Fabletics, Kate took a hands-on approach to the business. She reviewed budgets, social media strategies, the design process, and ensured their styles were authentic. This way, she instilled confidence in her team to push forward even when they faced hurdles. Given that the Fabletics brand stands for quality products, Kate’s clear communication, an improved customer service department and a new data system, eventually earned Fabletics a top rating from the Better Business Bureau.