In recent times, Tony Petrello, the chief executive officer at Nabors industries ltd has been on high spirits philanthropically speaking. He recently gave a research entity $5 million with a pledge of topping it up with another $2 million in the near future. Tony further committed to being at the forefront in leading the fundraising efforts of the noble cause.
Tony’s motivation to help comes from someone close to his heart – his beloved daughter Carena. The story of Carena begins at birth which happened to be preterm given that she was born at just 24 weeks weighing 20 ounces. The doctors later established that she was suffering from periventricular leukomalacia, a disease caused by insufficient blood flow to the brain leading to cerebral palsy and delays in development. The disease is common in preterm babies. At eight years old now, Carena recently began eating solid food and she is yet to start walking and talking properly.
After having learned what their daughter was going through, Tony and his wife decided to find help at a pediatric research institution. It turns out that what they were looking for was Texas Children’s Hospital Neurological Research Institute. Their objective is to make certain that all kids suffering from periventricular leukomalacia will be in a position to live a normal life.
Who is Tony Petrello?
Tony Petrello went to Yale University where he graduated with BSc Degree in Mathematics. He then proceeded for a Master of Science in Mathematics from the same University. Tony later joined Harvard Law School consequently graduating with a Juris Doctor.
In 1979, Tony began his career at Baker & McKenzie law firm. Baker & Mackenzie primarily deals in matters taxation, international arbitration, and general corporate law. After working with the firm for 7 years, he made Managing Partner at the firm, a position he held and ran diligently for 5 years before resigning and moving to Nabors Industries.
In 1991, Tony Petrello was elected as a member of the Board of Directors and also as a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Nabors Industries Limited. In 2003, Tony became the Deputy Chairman. He served as the COO until October 2011 when he was appointed CEO. From the year 2012, Tony has been serving as the Chairman of the Board Nabors Industries Limited. He is also the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board of Nabors Industries Limited.
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Perhaps when George Soros came across Australian philosopher Karl Poppers book titled the Open Society and its Enemies, all he could think about was his birth. Every intricate detail explaining the Open Society Philosophy must have caused nostalgic feelings of revelation in Soros. Maybe he was not aware that he would come to be a bigger proponent of the philosophy than Karl Popper himself but he claims the literature changed his perspective entirely. He was in London studying economics at the London School of Economics at the time and studied numerous socioeconomic philosophies. He related with the Open Society the most and appreciated the notion it brought forth on democracy, tolerance and respect for the rights of members of minority groups. He especially loved Popper’s book ‘The Open Society and its Enemies’ because it explained why and how totalitarianism, fascism, imperialism, nationalism, romanticism and collectivism failed the regimes and civilizations which used them.
The book argues that they assumed they had possession of the ultimate truth which has continued to be evasive for any human society. The book further explained that those philosophies erred in imposing their ideologies on other communities which had their own configurations.George Soros had witnessed such a situation unfold with his own eyes. The totalitarian Nazi Regime had invaded Hungary when and where George Soros was born to a Jewish family. The Nazi regime was imposing and thought to pacify Hungary by ridding it of its Jewish population to leave a pure Arian people. They killed over 500,000 Hungarian Jews and only missed the rest who were smart enough to lay low. The Soros family had to conceal their identities to avoid being killed for it. They fabricated documents which denounced their Jewish decent and even helped other numerous families to do it too. Had they not, they would have been part of a longer list of dead Jews than the existing one.
Soros had to move to London to study as the political atmosphere in Budapest could not have allowed a Jew to prosper at the time. His move to London equipped him with his investment process as well as his belief in the Open Society Philosophy.After his studies, Soros moved to the United States and worked in banks for a while. He furnished his employers with good investment advised and rose through the ranks. He began his own hedge funds and soon had a much domineering Soros Fund Management hedge fund. He became rich and founded the Open Society Foundations in due time. The Open Society Foundations is the biggest philanthropic organization in the history of mankind. It operates charitable causes in over 100 countries. Soros is the foundation’s main sponsor and has given it close to 90 percent of the 12 billion charitable donations he has made in his lifetime.
Owing to the increased competitiveness of global business, international brands are being forced to become more creative with the market entry strategies they employ. As a result, franchising has grown in prominence over the last couple of years. Mexico is among the markets in which this strategy is being heavily employed. Given the fact that consumer needs and preferences in Mexico are quite particular to that country, franchising has allowed international brands to rely on local players to tailor their products to what consumers want. The increased prominence of franchising has worked in favor of many, but for none more than Omar Yunes. Mr. Yunes currently runs 13 franchise units for Sushi Itto in Mexico.
Omar Yunes has significantly grown the influence of Sushi Itto’s influence in the highly competitive Mexican food industry. When he launched the first franchise unit in the country at only the age of 21, the Japanese brand was largely unknown in the country. Today, the brand has near-market dominance in three large Mexican cities, Puebla, Mexico City and Veracruz. His franchise units provide means of livelihood for about 400 employees in the three cities.
Given the success he has experienced with the 13 franchise units, Mr. Yunes has received a number of awards and honors. The most recent of these awards was being named the best franchisee in the world at the Best Franchisee of the World Competition held in Florence, Italy in late 2016. He was granted the awarded owing to his exemplary character leadership skills, teamwork, and reliance on innovation. By beating competition from all over the world to collect the award, Mr. Yunes greatly increased his visibility as a franchisee as well as that of Sushi Itto. Proof of Mr. Yunes’s consistency in adding value to the franchise brand is seen in the fact that he was also the winner of the best franchisee in Mexico in 2015.
Moving forward, there is no doubt that Mr. Yunes’s insatiable entrepreneurial drive will only push him to continue growing as a franchisee. It is also encouraging that despite his considerable success he still remains humble and grounded.