About Adam Milstein
Adam spent his childhood and early adulthood in his native Israel. Before immigrating to Argentina, his father was an established real estate agent. As a part of Israeli culture, Adam took the obligatory two-year service in the National Army. Adam received an undergraduate degree in business and economics from the Technion. He engaged in his father’s venture immediately after leaving campus, before moving to the US. In America, Adam graduated with a postgraduate BA from the University of Southern California.
Adam later found Hager Pacific Properties. The firm handles all processes involved in the management of real estate, from procurement to sales. He runs a family charity organization geared towards assisting Jews living in the United States. Additionally, Adam Milstein is a prominent figure in the Israeli-American Council, the most popular Jewish community in America. In conjunction with his spouse, Gila Milstein, Adam distributes Hebrew books to American Jews. Furthermore, Adam sits on boards of numerous respected organizations.
Several corporate groups see campuses as suitable hubs for finding new recruits. However, it came to Adam’s notice that there was a significant disparity between the remuneration offers made to college students and market offers. The salaries offered did not match what a Bachelor’s degree holder earns, let alone a Postgraduate. Adam saw entrepreneurship as the best way out, and his boldness paid off. Within three years, he had grown from a novice to renowned real estate impresario.
Adam revealed that giving a deaf ear to negative critics has massively contributed to his prosperity. He stressed the necessity of follow-up and persistence in this increasing productivity. Furthermore, he encouraged investors to understand recurring problems and come up with permanent solutions.Most entrepreneurs give up within few months of starting their businesses. Adam attributed this to people viewing entrepreneurship as getting rich quick scheme and being dumbstruck when they find out that the process is robust. He added that it takes due diligence and relentless efforts to achieve the desired returns.In his closing remarks, Adam disclosed that follow-ups could be a great tool for the attraction of new clients. Customers are pleased if a service provider shows concern, thus following up may be a perfect customer magnet.
OSI Group is a shining example of the American Dream. It was founded by a German immigrant over 100 years ago. Otto Kolschowski managed to start the company only two years after arriving to the United States. It began as a meat market in Oak Park, Illinois. Otto became the primary meat supplier to every local food business within the general area. He named is company Otto and Sons.
OSI Group rapidly expanded over the years and solidified itself as the primary meat distributor in Illinois. Decades later the fledgling McDonald’s franchise was looking to set up shop in Des Plaines, Illinois. They were opening a new restaurant and needed a local supplier to meet there demanding needs. Otto and Sons were selected for the job. OSI Group proved that they could handle the stress of being the meat supplier of McDonald’s by modifying their business operation to accommodate its most important client.
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Otto and Sons introduced the patty cutting machine. It allowed them to deliver the product to McDonald’s in the form that they intended to use it. It saved the food giant a tremendous amount of time and money. Cryogenic freezing was another innovation that accommodated the needs of McDonalds. Otto and Sons were able to maintain a large stock of product while maintaining its freshness. McDonald’s soon realized that they did not have to use multiple companies in order to satisfy their product needs around the country. OSI Group became McDonald’s primary meat distributor.
In 1975 Otto and Sons changed its name to OSI Industries. OSI took its business model and applied it to other food organizations throughout the industry. They have been able to secure the business of companies such as Pizza Hut, Papa John’s Pizza, Starbucks and Subway. They provide several different food products and have plants operating in 17 countries.
Miami is an international hub for investment with a strategic positioning as a central area to all of the Caribbean and Latin America. The city has fewer restrictions compared to many older and more established cities, making it a perfect spot for entrepreneurs. Well, Danilo Diaz Granados has spotted many untapped business opportunities in the city.
Danilo Diaz Granados is a cofounding partner of Toys for Boys, a luxury boutique located in Miami. Mr. Granados founded the company with his associate, Rafael Gill after noticing that the luxury market in Miami was largely untapped. Mr. Granados realized that Miami men, who are mostly Latin, needed a single store where they could shop for a variety of items.
The two entrepreneurs used this luxury concept to establish Toys for boys in 2013. The boutique is a showroom that sells rare cars, timepieces and modern art to men who can afford them. Since inception, the boutique has gained an excellent reputation and received many prominent personalities. Today, the boutique has customers like Jorn Werdelin, Miami HEAT’s Juwan Howard, Tomas Regalado and Roger Mason Jr. Danilo has appreciated his customers by hosting unique parties filled with fun activities. Last summer he held another yet remarkable event that was attended by a few selected Miami guests.
Danilo Diaz Granados is also the founder of Edge of Glory Films, a video production company based in Miami. Approximately 70% of Miami’s population is Hispanic, and for this reason, Mr. Granados saw it fit to establish a film company to produce films relevant to the Hispanic community. He founded the company in 2012 and has been responsible for production, editing, and marketing of content.
Besides the entrepreneurial roles, Mr. Granados works for Movilway as a manager. He is also an investment advisor at Fireman Capital Partners where he conducts research on factors that affect businesses and startup. He uses his analysis results to advise investors.
Danilo Diaz Granados studied Economics and Entrepreneurship at Babson College. Danilo holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from IE Business School. Danilo started his career as an investment advisor when he completed his undergraduate studies. He worked for several investment companies in Miami before venturing into his businesses.