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Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. Leads the Land

Nationwide Title Clearing is one of the foremost wholesale document providers in the United States. The company was established in 1991 as a smaller, regional title company that processed documents for local lenders and mortgage companies. Eight out of ten of the top lenders and mortgage companies in the country uses them for their primary document source.


Nationwide has access to every county and jurisdiction in the country, which covers over 3,600 entities, where the originals of the necessary documents are stored. Many of the customers of Nationwide have electronic access to the proper documents by using their security codes. This makes for faster and more accurate document retrieval for their closing appointments and meetings.


Nationwide has over 600 employees located in three different states. There is a facility in Dallas, Texas that houses a backup facility just in case there is an emergency, and the computers in the home office in Palm Harbor, Florida goes down. If that were to occur, the company would not miss a beat due to the Dallas facility taking over immediately.


The hallmark of a document processor is the speed and the accuracy with which the documents can be processed and delivered to the required destination. Nationwide has a compliance rate of 99.98% and a failure rate of only .78%. These are important figures because they measure success in delivery. These figures show that nearly 100% of everything is being delivered accurately and with great speed.


The employees of Nationwide deserve much of the credit as far as these amazing statistics shine at the top of the industry. Employees receive ongoing training and reviews in addition to their initial training when they come on board. They also have additional training modules that can be utilized for further advancement in the company and from 50% to 70% of the workforce is involved in the additional training at any given time.


Danny Byrnes who is Vice President for Sales with Nationwide said in a recent video that nationwide has had to study the subtleties and nuances of the maintenance of a national abstractor network, and investments had to be made in a big way to reach the next level of competence and delivery standards. The investment in technology has made the difference in the delivery of the product at the lowest costs and efficiencies, and that is the secret to the providing of the service on a high level consistently.


Brazilian Ad Exec José Borghi Talks About Success in Challenging Economic Times

José Borghi is a leader in the Brazilian advertising community. Borghi is a media giant who is the mind behind a number of hallmark Brazilian commercials for major international brands. The CEO of Mullen Lowe Brasil, a preeminent ad agency, recently gave an interview to Brazilian news site about how to succeed in marketing even in challenging economic conditions. According to Borghi, recession is an opportunity for marketers to show how relevant their discipline is a tough economy.

The last two years have seen Brazil’s economy lose its footing. The country experienced high inflation coupled with currency devaluation and 3% drop in GDP during this period. These factors have trickled down to consumer pricing, and consequently marketing departments need to develop creative and effective strategies to minimize the effects of market instability.

Borghi added that businesses must view advertising as going beyond merely “showing” products to potential customers, but must be an integral part of a brand’s strategy. Working in concert with all divisions within an organization, marketing can be a determining factor in meeting established goals since it is interrelated with stratgic planning, operational management, data analysis, and error detection.

As marketing departments are key units within companies, they are able to analyze market conditions to prevent the crisis from spilling over into the business by compensating with more customers and smart resource allocation. One issue that the former CEO of Borghi Lowe (now Mullen Lowe) pointed out is product mix. By researching market needs, marketing departments can help devise sales strategies that will yield good results, maximizing resource allocations and ensuring a satisfactory ROI.

For Borghi, a financial crisis is an opportunity for innovators who use technology for strategic planning and data analysis in order to take on the competition with value-creating propositions that attract new clients and help retain existing ones.


The Unpaid $20 Million Loan Raises Doubt about New Brunswick DevCo

DevCo is an asset-finance firm that aims at supporting Nordic firms, together with board members, help them grow. The corporation lays focus on medium-sized business investments into global potential and growth. They focus on companies with a revenue of between $60 to $600 million. They concentrate on a limited group of firms, contrary to the traditional funding model, which helps them provide a long-term operational support for development.

DevCo strives to offer:

  • Long-term support for future growth and financial resources.
  • State-of-the-art individuals on board.
  • Operational support to implement and initiate well-defined expansion programs.

This is a company incorporated in Finland. It is backed up by robust investors with a long-term ownership. The Middlesex County Improvement Authority has failed to pay back their loan of $1 million in interest and principle. It received a loan of @20 million from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority. For five years, the authority has been in arrears. It has racked up to $7 million in unpaid debts.

The debt, allocated in 2005, helped in funding the Heldrich construction. This is the new Conference and Brunswick Hotel developed by the New Brunswick Development Corporation. The state senator Stephen Sweeney has touted the corporation as a program that depicts the actual nature of the public. When public funds are channeled to private investments, they are meant to fail like the New Brunswick outfit. The company is a model of the development company in Atlantic City. It oversees over $200 million in private and public financing, including the $19.5 million money borrowed from CRDA, to develop the Chelsea City section and the Gateway project.

Attorney Chris Paladino chairs both companies. Chris Paladino arranged the $29 million loan for Heldrich. He said that CRDA would get back their money. However, it will take a longer time than speculated. The hotel was opened in 2007 with over 235 rooms. Read full report on

The Entrepreneurial Exploits Of Don Ressler

Don Ressler is the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Intelligent Beauty, Inc. He co-founded the company with his friend and business partner, Adam Goldenberg. He is a successful entrepreneur and strives to impact the younger generation through his advice. Don Ressler has started many start-ups. His first company was called He co-founded the company with his wife. Don Ressler was the Chief Executive Officer of the enterprise.

Don Ressler was an athlete during his college years. He and his wife were passionate about fitness. Intermix Media bought their company in 2001. After the acquisition of his business, he joined Intermix Media. While working at Intermix Media, he met with Don Ressler with whom they shared many business ideas. When he joined Intermix Media, Adam was the Chief Operating Officer. Together,  Ressler formed an e-commerce platform and advertising unit. They named the venture Alena Media. It was the major revenue earner for Intermix Media.

In 2005, News Corp bought Intermix Media. News Corp has always been an influential and wealthy company in the media industry. The media powerhouse ignored the e-commerce venture of Don and Adam. The pair became frustrated by the actions of their new employers and decided to quit the company. They knew that they would be destined for success in any business that they would initiate because of their entrepreneurial background. They invited some of their former colleagues from Intermix Media and brainstormed about business ideas at Adam’s house. They came up with the idea to form Intelligent Beauty.

Don and Adam agreed to share the control of the company. They both became the firm’s Co-Chief Executive Officers. The company was a direct-to-consumer brand business. Intelligent Beauty has been very successful since its launch. The company launched DERMASTORE. It is a platform where their clients can shop and buy cosmetics and skin products online. In 2012, they were at it again with the launch of SENSA. In the same year, the company appointed Brett Brewer to be the Chief Executive Officer. SENSA and DERMASTORE have performed well in the market and earned Intelligent Beauty a lot of revenue.

Intelligent Beauty launched JustFab in 2012. It is n e-commerce subscription fashion retailer that serves America, Canada, United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, France, and Netherlands. Kimora Lee Simmons is the President of JustFab. The company’s market base  has grown over the years and currently has more than 13 million subscribers.


Update: JustFab becomes TechStyle Fashion Group

Over One Billion Dollars Donated By Devos Family

Many people have donated money in the past few years, even the rich and famous. In fact, some people who are rich and famous have donated millions and, in some cases, even billions of dollars. It should come as no surprise that Dick Devos has given away money, too.

The Devos family does not tell about how much they donate normally, believing the gifts to be better private; however, they have recently announced the amount of money they’ve given away in the past few years, and it’s astonishing.

Are you ready to hear about the amount? It is over 1.2 billion USD. It’s an amazing amount, one the family plans on continuing to give. There have recently been many sources that have confirmed the story, meaning that they haven’t simply been bragging about the amount of money they’ve given away for no reason; the amount is actually true.

Devos himself is fairly wealthy, being the 67th richest person in the United States of America. However, he doesn’t believe in keeping all of that wealth for himself. He believes in donating and giving away money. In the year 2013 alone, the family gave away over 90 million dollars.

It’s easy to see why the Devos family is one of the most generous families in the United States. It’s great to see a wealthy family who really believes in donating money to those who need it more than they do.

Paying it forward isn’t a new trend, but it’s great to see that it’s on the rise by families like the Devos family.

Sanjay Shah’s Aid to Patients with Autism

Sanjay’s bio

Sanjay is a famous entrepreneur. He is the founder of Solo Capital in London. His life works have inspired many upcoming business entrepreneurs. Sanjay’s parents were Kenyan immigrants who moved to London which was where he grew up. He started off as a medicine student at King’s College where he later dropped out to become an accountant. Sanjay’s first job was at the Merrill Lynch Investment bank. Later in his life he got to work for other banks like Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and ING. His last job was at the Dutch Bank Rabobank as a ‘head of trading’ officer whereupon the financial crisis of 2009 he was deemed redundant.

Sanjay decided to start up his own business (Solo Capital) as a broker and this was where things took a turn of events for him. He started off with renting a small office and employed a couple of graduates where he struggled to bring it up for a year but later it picked up. Five years past, Sanjay was already worth two hundred and eighty million dollars. He had expanded his business to even Dubai. His success opened more business ventures for him, especially in Dubai. He is currently retired.

Autism rocks

In 2011, Sanjay’s youngest son was diagnosed with autism. He had to have him on an ‘applied behavior analysis’ therapy treatment. After, going back home in Dubai, where they had relocated to earlier, Sanjay decided to visit the Dubai Autism Centre. It was a government sponsored facility for supporting children diagnosed with autism. The center was very crowded since they were many patients seeking aid from the facility. He was moved by the situation he found there, Sanjay confesses that he was lucky because he could afford private treatment for his son.

Sanjay decided to aid the center as he was passionate about helping the many kids who needed help from the facility, he actually bout them even two mini busses. Later on, Sanjay felt the need to personally engage in charity. Although he would send money to a charity organization in India, this time, he felt he could run one himself. This was considering that he now had access to wealthy friends and clients who can persuade for charity. Out of these factors was where Sanjay decided to create Autism Rocks. It was a charity organization whose main aim was to fund more research works on causes of autism and assist families and children in acquiring treatment for autism. Also, the organization raised funds by merging with music concerts in Dubai.


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