Brazilian Banker Luiz Carlos Trabuco Is Expanding Bradesco’s Digital Banking Division

Brazil is coming out of a three-year recession that hurt the country’s economy. Brazil is the largest country in Latin America, but the country lacks the leadership to move from the undeveloped nation’s category to the developed nation’s category.

But Brazilian banks are not undeveloped thanks to a group of banking executives that know how to make money when the country’s economy is growing, and when the country is in a recession. Luiz Carlos Trabuco is one of the Brazilian Bankers who knows what it takes to protect bank assets and to expand bank services when times get tough.

The Luiz Carlos Trabuco Story is unusual because Luiz didn’t want to be a banker. Trabuco comes from the small city of Marilla in the state of Sao Paulo. Mr. Trabuco wasn’t poor, but he wasn’t rich when he decided to study philosophy at the University of Sao Paulo in the 1960s. And when he decided to do graduate psychology work to earn a Master’s degree, he didn’t know his future would be set in stone after earning that degree. Trabuco had teaching on his mind while he was in school, but then he changed his mind. He applied for a position with a small Sao Paulo bank in 1969, and to his surprise, he got the job.

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The man responsible for hiring Luiz was Lázaro de Mello Brandão. Brandão was a legend in the banking world back then. He saw something in Trabuco that he liked. Mr. Brandão put Luiz in Bradesco’s training program, and that’s all it took to get Luiz Carlos Trabuco hooked on banking. Luiz went from one banking job to another, and he displayed exceptional people skills and creative thinking in all of those positions. By the 1990s, Trabuco was a Bradesco VP, and in 2003 he got the big job at Seguros. Seguros is Bradesco’s insurance division. Trabuco was the man in charge for five years. His successful management techniques put him in line for another big banking job. In 2009, Trabuco got the Bradesco CEO position, and in 2017 he became the Chairman of Bradesco’s Board of Directors.

Even though Luiz Carlos Trabuco rose through the ranks, he is still that personable banker who goes out of his way to help other people. The environmental and educational programs he set up help clients live better lives in Brazil are popular across the country according to jusbrasil.com.br. His latest project is Bradesco’s digital banking division, Next. Trabuco believes digital banking is the future, and Luiz Carlos Trabuco is always looking toward the future.

Learn more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco: http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/mercado/2017/10/1926243-proximo-presidente-do-bradesco-saira-da-diretoria-do-banco-diz-trabuco.shtml

Cast Your Net On The Other Side: the ATS distinction

CoFounder and CEO of Advanced Tech Support, LLC. (ATS) Robert Deignan embraces his propensity toward integrous decision making. At a time when the world is still rocking and reeling from economic upsets set in motion and maintained by dedicated scheisters, Robert sets ATS apart by pointedly dismantling such charlatans. AppEsteem agrees and has granted ATS the distinction of the first Company in the industry to meet all 39 of its marks for upstanding consumer digital services. Robert Deignan cofounded ATS Digital Services in August of 2011 to provide secure, accurate and effective computer solutions to a global market drowning from false promises and unsubstantiated charges. While it seems everyone else is joining the bandwagon of slam and jam, Robert, through ATS, is reestablishing the grooves of ethical business pathways. He trains his technicians unto the highest standards of accuracy, diplomacy and legitimacy.

To be honest, the current layout of typical customer service makes Robert’s job very easy. You would have to be a fool to continue paying for the egregious nonservice cast forth by today’s self absorbed scoundrels. Perhaps their initial spiel and promises convince even the most discerning but only pure thievery would leave you connected to such. AppEsteem places a bulls eye target on the heart of such shenanigans grounded business paradigms and doesn’t miss. This is why Robert Deignan gladly receives the glory laurel as lauded by AppEsteem. He and his team at ATS prove that proper business relations is as simple as enjoying competitive fishing: just bring the right tools and patience and your efforts will positively pay off… continually.

Robert Deignan obtained his Baccalaureate of Science degree from the prestigious Purdue University. His Company is known both as ATS Digital Services and Advanced Tech Support, LLC. It operates out of Boca Raton Florida and is the first call center to qualify to receive AppEsteem’s comprehensive certification. Robert and his team are able to resolve customers’ software issues through telecommunications contact such as telephone and remote permission. ATS Digital Services offers complete software repair services at affordable prices and take pride in their work. Robert Deignan is committed to delivering quality service to a global market, and is an award winning fisherman, as well.

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Cruelty-Free Fashion Online

Doe Deere is the owner and CEO of Lime Crime. A revolutionizing digital make-up company that introduces trendy cosmetics online. Doe grew up in New York City but was born in Russia. Her goal in establishing Lime Crime is to prove that cosmetics are forms of self-expression freedom. She says that beauty is what one feels right at present and is not what “looks best” or what’s “natural”.

 

 

So in 2008, Doe opened her own personalized brand of cruelty-free, colorful, and magical cosmetics that are vibrant, bold and deeply pigmented that has an international following. The name Lime Crime was inspired by her favorite color and her vision to create nail polishes, lipsticks and eyeshadows that are bright and vivid.

 

 

Lime Crime was Doe’s registered account for her new DIY fashion line on eBay, where she modeled her own pieces herself. At that time she wanted a look that can be her own signature and brand – and ended up with colorful make up that is the essence of her company. The concept of make-up began during her sewing days because she found out that unusual and bright make-up colors were not readily obtainable in the market. And that is when Lime Crime was born in 2008.

 

 

Doe’s typical day as a CEO is to ensure that all the departments are functioning efficiently and is ready to provide advice where needed. So on other days, she is having a brainstorm with her Chief Creative Office, other days she is working on new products, and there are times that she is engaged in social media marketing.

 

 

According to Doe, ideas are more or less like children, because they must be raised and helped along to achieve success. And she is glad to have a magnificent team who assists her in moving things forward no matter what the situation is. So before a particular product is displayed on a shelf, everyone in the company, including Doe must wear and test it to make sure that it is commendable to their customers.

 

 

Everything related to Generation Z excites Doe because she says that the Gen Z generation already had internet and computers, and she is eager to know more about this crowd of young individuals given that they will transform the future of online shopping.

 

 

Doe shared that the thing nobody agrees with her on is wearing an unconventional hair color to school and in the office. But her reason is that people do more eccentric things, hence wearing a blue, pink and purple hair color is nothing out of the ordinary and should not cause a fuss.

 

 

As a sole proprietor who started out her business on a small scale, Doe is very supportive of other women entrepreneurs. She often mentors them to follow their dreams and always be themselves, no matter how weird they are. She also emphasized that people must learn how to listen to others because by listening she says, we can always learn something that can be very useful for ourselves and our goals. Learn more:  http://www.phillypurge.com/2017/06/05/finding-your-business-niche-like-doe-deere/