The world of blockchain and Bitcoins has grown progressively to bring about significant benefits in the financial industry. Monkey Capital is a hedge fund which made history in July given the successful sell options as the first ICO to attain that milestone. COEVAL is the name of the options which dealt with hostile public takeovers, SpaceX supply contracts and Blockchain systems with speculation of blocks like Crypto.
What made Monkey Capital stand out
in this whole Bitcoin deal is the highly competent set of management, compelling projects and high-quality operations with calculated investment options. The investors are guaranteed of real world benefits like the one that occurred with Tesla Energy.
This progression and growth have been made possible through the leadership of Daniel Mark Harrison
, whose ability to speculate the bitcoins market and fluctuation has been pivotal to realize such tremendous benefits in the Monkey Capital.
Who is Daniel Mark Harrison?
Harrison is an author and entrepreneur regarded as one of the respected global personalities in world events, millennial culture, and business. According to the culture critic, Azeem Khan, of Huffington Post, he is considered as innovative. He is also an editor, Bitcoin enthusiast, block chain evangelist, and a descendant of the money making bloodline of the Harrison family. He is a critical and professional negotiator who prides himself in technology evangelism.
Daniel Mark Harrison is an Asia-based individual and is currently working as the Managing Partner of an Asia based investment consortium which stands above most of the companies in the industry in South East Asia. Additionally, he an online guru having established a media platform two years ago where he makes his online publications that are read extensively globally. He thrives in covering news that the mainstream media fails to address as to give his readers a credible and objective opinion regarding various issues. It is therefore worth appreciating Daniel Marks contribution towards credibility especially on the online platform where many are known for fake news. It is such credible works that gains the trust of most people who appreciate and love the truth.
Innovation and leadership are the keys to a business’ success. One such company that has those two keys is United Technologies. Louis Chenevert is the former chief executive officer of United Technologies Corporation, and a strong believer that current technology can give a company an edge among competitors. Louis Chenevert and the new CEO Gregory Hayes praises those companies who have the brains and business acumen to invest in the future with all available tools possible. As a leader they accept the obligation to follow through as stewards that a CEO must be.
According to Gregory Hayes and Louis Chenevert, stewardship is committing to invest in innovation
as well as people. Hayes wants people to see that his legacy was built on improving the company and how he made it better than what it was when he took over as chief executive officer. Both Louis Chenevert and Gregory Hayes both acknowledged that investments in technology only go so far and therefore you must realize that companies are not the ones who innovate but employees do.
To showcase his stewardship towards the employees and dedication to continuing one’s learning, Louis Chenevert introduced the Employee Scholar Program that covers all fees for employees to earn degrees in a field of their choice. This program has been successful and has granted 39,000 degrees to United Technology employees worldwide since its inception in 1996. The company has invested more than $1 billion in educational pursuits throughout the United States.
However the crown jewel of the company is Pratt and Whitney’s GTF engine. Louis Chenevert has said it required a $10 billion investment and more than 20 years from the United Technologies business unit. The jet engine is the most revolutionary engines in the industry.
Louis Chenevert is currently an executive advisor at Goldman Sachs. In 2011, Louis Chenevert was named to the Cargill Board of Directors and became the chair of the Yale Cancer Center Advisory Board. Louis Chenevert has been featured in several magazines including aviation week, french tribune and even appeared on Fox Business Network.
Chief executive officers are responsible for managing profits and growth of the organization they are in charge. However, many don’t have a clue on what legacy to leave behind. According to United Technologies Corporation (UTC) CEO Gregory Hayes, being stewards and leaving the firms better than they found them should be the most paramount assignment of a CEO. Although performing in the short term is essential for all CEOs, investing in the future should begin now. UTC is a unique example of a company that invests in technology and people with the aim of bettering their future.
The Perfect Example
Pratt and Whitney Geared Turbofan (GTF) engine presents the best example of investing in the future. This GTF technology is estimated to have a $10 billion value and took 20 years to develop. After its launch, the jet engine is revolutionizing the industry reducing fuel consumption by 16 percent, noise footprint by 75 percent and emissions by 50 percent. The product entered the industry in 2016, and it is currently used in 72 aircrafts owned by 14 airlines.
UTC Investing In The Future
UTC plans to hire over 25,000 people in the next three years to meet the increasing demand. Of this, 5,000 will hold new positions in innovation departments. Innovation is the only proven method of investing in the future.
About Louis Chenevert
Louis Chenevert is a distinguished Canadian businessman who served as the chairman and chief executive officer of United Technologies Corporation. Louis holds a bachelor’s degree in production management from HEC Montreal; a University of Montreal affiliated Business School.
Mr. Chenevert joined UTC in 2006 where he served as the director. He was later elevated to serve as the chief operating officer and president of the firm. In 2008, he was elected the president and CEO before being elected as the chairman in 2010. Before joining UTC, Chenevert had served as the president of Pratt & Whitney. He joined Pratt & Whitney in 1993 after serving 14 years at General Motors as production manager.
Over time in his career, Louis has been honored by various institutions for his unique leadership skills. In 2009 Louis was honored by the National Building Museum. In 2012, HEC Montreal honored him with a doctorate. The United State’s Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine honored Louis Chenevert as the personality of the year in 2011.
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The Internet of Things is the future of that there is no doubt, according to tech futurist and entrepreneur Jason Hope. Hope has been one of the leading voices in the tech industry when it comes to the evolutionary technology and concept behind the Internet of Things (IoT). If you’ve never heard of the IoT then a short introduction should do the trick. Imagine that all of life was connected via the internet through digital interfacing. Your refrigerator can be accessed by your smart phone, your car can be accessed by your laptop and so on. This is the Internet of Things. To Jason Hope, the IoT is the future.
Hope has been writing extensively on the subject of the IoT on various industry websites and blogs. It is his belief that, right now, the Internet of Things is a viable way to get in on the ground floor of something that is going to fundamentally change the world. Right now the IoT is considered more of a niche subject, an interesting demo with potential. However, in a few years it is Hope’s belief that the IoT will be a way of life. Jason Hope believes that large corporations will begin to invest in the IoT in ways that stimulate their growth and that of the economy.
Embracing smart technology, from the perspective of Hope’s futurist background, is an obvious decision. Smart technology is going to transform the world, eliminate waste, and bring together a connection that has never been seen before.