Rodrigo Terpins is a very popular rally driver among the Brazilians and is celebrated far and wide. He is also a member of the Brazilian rally team known as Bull Sertoes alongside his elder brother Michael Terpins.
Sertoes Rally is arguably the most difficult and challenging rally circuits in the world of Brazilian rally world. There are quite a number of terrains on the circuit. All of them are difficult in their own ways. Only the best teams are complete in record time. Rallies are a professional and complex sport that requires both calm and skill, working under pressure, and most importantly unity when racing. Only pairs of drivers and co-drivers with a good unity complete this circuit. Rodrigo Terpins is one of them, having led the pack in a number of races.
In most of the races, Rodrigo Terpins and his partner have always been able to complete the race in less than two hours. At one time, he went for the rally with a car without a proper rally suspension and still emerged top on the list.
The terpins family has a great interest in sports. His elder brother Michael Terpins is a renowned rally driver too. Their father is previously a basketball player that did very well for the national team. The family also has a common trait where almost all of them are very successful businessmen. Rodrigo spent quite some time in his childhood where he developed a love for cars that would eventually catapult him to a rally driver of international repute. Check out creativetreets.com for more.
Floresvale is a business that belongs to Rodrigo Terpins that deals with wood products. Rodrigo says that he noted the opportunity after realizing that there was a vast amount of forests that were still getting harvested without proper documentation. He and his partners sought permissions from the government to supply certified wood products.
Rodrigo’s Typical day
Asked how his typical day looks like, Rodrigo asserts that he has very busy days, where he has to divide time between his countryside business and the city. With such a busy schedule, Rodrigo Terpins sometimes says he lacks time for himself.
For the eleventh consecutive time, CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A would receive the award for Best Tourism Operator. This would be highlighted by Viagem e Turismo a magazine that focuses on tourism and related activities in Brazil. At the time CVC had been recognized by the World Travel Market in a ceremony held in London for its continued innovative ideas and its overall contribution to the development of world tourism.
During the award ceremony the industry leader would take home 12 trophies making it one of the best performing tour operators in the world according to mercadoeeventos.com.br. CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A has been in tourism for as long as it has existed and has grown to become a globally recognized brand. CVC Brasil founder Guilherme Paulus has become one of the wealthiest individuals in Brazil as a result of its success and today employees more than 1900 people to help manage its direct operations. His rise to the top has not been without challenges and as Guilherme Paulus recalls, he almost closed CVC when it was just eight to nine years old.
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The company at the time was facing a myriad of constraints, and a withholding tax introduced by the government then was not helping the situation. CVC was also being hit with a barrage of inspections that were constantly affecting its ability to operate. This would, however, serve to strengthen the resolve Guilherme Paulus had and he found himself working harder than ever. He began going after corporate clients by sending organizations’ proposals on ideas on where and how to plan their staff tours as well as giving them prices that were unbeatable at the time.
Life for Guilherme Paulus would change from that point on, and he focused more on improving this area of the company. By early 2000, the company was able to organize cruise ship tours to Brazil something that had not been done before. This was a time when innovative products were the key to remaining relevant in the market and as such they had to keep coming. The company invested in online marketing to further grow its portfolio.
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Dr. Shafik Sachedina was born in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania in 1950. It was as a child that he first developed a passion for medicine and knew that his future lay in that direction.
By 1975 he had been trained and certified as a dental surgeon a Guy’s Hospital Medical and Dental School, University of London. He joined the staff of Sussex Healthcare where he eventually became the joint chairman. He has worked in a volunteer leadership capacity in the Ismaili community for many years. Throughout these years he has held a number of different high-level leadership positions. He has also lived and worked among the Ismaili community of Central Asia.
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Among many other roles, in the past, he has served two consecutive terms as President of the Ismaili Council for the United Kingdom. He is the current Head of the Department of Jamati Institutions at the Secretariat of His Highness the Aga Khan at Aiglemont in France. In this position, Shafik Sachedina is responsible for coordinating the activities in the 16 UK Ismaili communities and for interfacing with the Aga Khan Development Network programs.
And throughout the years, Sachedina has continued his work for Sussex Health Care. Sussex is made up of a network of homes that care for the elderly and mentally infirm. It specializes in taking care of those afflicted by Alzheimer’s and dementia. In its current work, Sussex is proud to use the most highly qualified professionals from the University of Chichester in its work. After these highly qualified graduates come on board the Sussex team, Sachedina takes a strong hand in leading and mentoring them to make them the best professionals in the field possible. He is a very demanding, but very good mentor and boss—perhaps the best in his field in the entire world.
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Robert Ivy is presently the CEO of The American Institute of Architects. He has been in that position since 2011. Prior to that he was the Editor in Chief of Architectural Record. The AIA is a membership based professional organization. In the past their primary focus has been on the design and construction of buildings. However, since Ivy has taken the helm, their focus has broadened to how architecture can have a positive impact on overall public health.
Robert Ivy grew up in Columbus, Mississippi. He would go on to earn his BA in English from Sewane University in 1969 his Masters in Architecture from Tulane University in 1976. From 1996 to 2011 he served as Editor in Chief of the Architectural Record. During Ivy’s tenure at the Architectural Record earned many awards including the National Magazine award and many Jesse H. Neal Awards. In 2001 he authored a book on the biography of Fay Jones the architect. In 2010, Robert Ivy was named “Master Architect” by Alpha Rho Chi.
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Since becoming CEO of the AIA, Robert Ivy has been very outspoken about the necessity of architects collaborating with other disciplines to promote public health and resiliency. In May of 2016 he wrote a blog titled Architects of Health for the Huffington Post. The article discusses how the architectural sector and public health sector can collaborate to fight the obesity epidemic in America. He cites how the MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio had partnered up with an architecture firm to design a facility which encourages exercise to promote recovery. Ivy also cites how architects have teamed up with park planners in Manhattan to design the High Line.
In November of 2012, Robert Ivy did an interview with ZDNet in which he discusses how in the past architecture was mainly focused on “formalism”. That is, they focused on how a building looked as an object rather than how it could affect positive social change. Ivy believes the new architect needs to be more socially engaged by considering how a building can have an influence on sustainability and physical/mental health. He emphasizes the necessity of “well-being as opposed to welfare”.
In both Robert Ivy’s interviews and articles he discusses how the AIA is creating solutions to society’s problems through architecture. He discusses how the AIA is creating hackathons which bring experts from different sectors to coalesce around design solutions. Ivy emphasizes how architecture cannot operate in isolation and emphasizes that the field needs individuals from diverse backgrounds to have influence on future design.
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