Omar Boraie: Real Estate Meets Community Development

In the United States, there are many real estate developers whose ambition is to build multi-dollar luxury apartments and condos in exclusive areas of the country. However, a few developers have developed a passion for investing in properties but communities as too. One of these developers is Omar Boraie, a real estate developer and businessman. Boraie is also a philanthropist and the founder f the Boraie Development. He is also its Vice President.

Boraie Development has transformed the New Brunswick area, from nothing into an urban orchard. Thanks to Boraie, the community has witnessed the massive development projects that have changed their lives for the better. Born and raised in Egypt, Omar Boraie arrived in New Brunswick with a lot of ideas and big development plans. He wanted to put up modern buildings in the area, community houses as well as posh apartments.

According to NJ Biz.com, when he started his projects, people were skeptical and doubtful about the whole idea. The dying neighborhood did not show much promise when he started off. However, this did not pull Boraie away from his ambitions for the community’s future. With his development company and a team of professionals, Boraie initiated several real estate development projects in the area. These projects ended up changing the face of the community. Some of Boraie’s major projects in New Brunswick include The Aspire, Rector Street and Albany Street Plaza. Apart from his projects in New Brunswick, Boraie also has others in Atlantic City and Newark area.

Omar Boraie may be one of the most reputed real estate developers in the New Brunswick area. However, he is equally known for his philanthropic acts. As a philanthropist, his vision is to see to it that the community also benefits from his developments. He has also contributed to several social causes. Boraie also serves in the Board of Trustees for the New Brunswick’s State Theater. His company sponsors several activities and events by the institution. See, https://www.crunchbase.com/person/omar-boraie#/entity.

Omar Boraie is also a member of the advisory board for Elijah’s Promise, a non-profit organization in New Brunswick, reveals Patch.com. The organization feeds the hungry as a way of contributing to the community’s development.

What You Should And Should Not Do On Social Media For Your Brand

Brand reputation is being increasingly made up of your brand’s presence and image on social media. A more positive image and stronger presence on social media will result in an overall better reputation and more fame of your brand. In fact, social media such as Facebook can influence up to 52% of purchasing decision both online and offline according to a recent survey. This is an increase of almost 20% when the survey was done in 2014. Below are some things that you should and should not do to improve you social media image and presence.

Don’t be too pushy or try to market your product aggressively. This is in fact counterproductive and will turn customers away from your product. Instead focus on creating user generated content by highlighting customer testimonials or experiences. Make social media content customer centered and throw in a little marketing here and there and you have a winning formula.

Do not ignore legitimate user complaints. One research study by IC Media Direct reviews found that the leading cause of customers leaving one brand for another was a lack of or bad customer service. Address legitimate customer complaints as best you can. Customers who feel their needs are addressed and resolved are very likely to not only stay a customer but promote your brand through positive feedback and word of mouth. Ignoring legitimate complaints can only create doom for you company through negative feedback and badmouthing on the web.

Do monitor your brand mentions. Don’t assume that what is being said all over the web is not important. By monitoring your brand on the web even in places such as forums, you can get a much deeper picture of what people really think of it. If you monitor your brand, you can also address any new complaints you find and help resolve issues. Brand monitoring is important because you can uncover new complaints and see feedback that you may have previously missed.

Reply to messages promptly. Use an autoreply software if you have to, if you cannot respond immediately. Studies show that companies who respond quickly to customers are more likely to receive referrals and positive feedback. At the very least acknowledge a customer, while you are working out on a reply.

Securus Shares Customer Praise, Commits to Service Law Enforcement

Feedback is crucial to any company interested in knowing how their customer base feels about the products they offer and the services they provide, but few are as proud of the comments they hear as Securus Technologies. One of law enforcement’s favorite Tech partners, Securus is confidently displaying feedback from customers that show what kind of job they’re doing for this important sector.

 

CEO and Chairman of Securus, Richard A. Smith has announced that company will be publishing an assortment of correspondence sent to them from clients working in law enforcement, correctional facilities, and various public safety agencies. The feedback highlights how Securus’s products are applied and how services streamline their functions, which Smith takes as high praise.

 

For Securus, looking over customer correspondence and taking the time to consider how the work they do is received is at the core of the company’s business ethic. With new products or services made available weekly, Smith points out that Securus’s output must be done with ease of use and effectiveness in mind.

 

Law enforcement and correctional facilities encounter a great deal of stress and challenges in order to keep the public safe, and Securus prides itself on being able to make those tasks just a little easier. That’s why Smith says the company prides itself on keeping a line of communication open to clients and the readiness to consider praise and criticism with equal seriousness.

 

Securus receives correspondence by the thousands, and many of them have been packed in this package for the public to review. While a great deal of said correspondence highlights the usefulness of what the company has to offer its clients, Smith says that much of the feedback stands as a testament to Securus’s crucial role in assisting law enforcement and public safety institutions.

 

Confident of their role in helping the criminal justice system operating a little more effectively, Smith also reminds the public that there’s a standing open invitation to those who may be considering investing in the company or using their products and services to visit their headquarters in Dallas, Texas and see just how Securus Technologies works to make the country a little safer.

David Giertz Address The Elephant In The Room: Social Security

Longstanding financial adviser, David Giertz of Nationwide Financial, recently sat down with the Wallstreet Journal’s Veronica Dagher to discuss the problems surrounding social security. David Giertz made it clear that the problem was not social security itself but rather the way it was and is being discussed within the financial advisory industry. Ms. Dagher notes that there is a huge problem, backed up by a wealth of statistics, which indicates that financial advisers simply are not talking about social security enough with their clients and asks her guest why he thinks this is the case.

 

Mr. Giertz states that there are numerous reasons why this trend seems to have gained such prevalence, primarily, the intricate complexity of the social security rules. For instance, the social security handbook, in its current form has over 27,000 rules alone, to say nothing of any of the other material surrounding social security. Naturally, that is a enormous amount of information to digest and can prove problematic to remember consistently even for financial adviser professionals.

 

That being said, Mr. Geirtz thinks that more financial advisers should be concerned about the issue, as much for their own sake as for the sake of their clients. It is obvious that not getting enough information from a financial adviser whom one is paying is naturally not getting one’s money’s worth. However, taking out social security too early can also put a huge hole in one’s nest egg and cost thousands upon thousands of dollars. From a financial advisers point of view, customer retention is key – after all, one can’t expect one’s customers to stick around if you (the financial adviser) are not giving them all the relevant information they need to insure the safety and health of their retirement fund. https://davidgiertz.yolasite.com/