Ricardo Guimarães of BMG Profound Leadership & More

A report was made a few years ago at diariodocomercio.com.br concerning the  new executives of BMG. Banco BMG made management more professional by hiring experienced professionals. They’ve done this after obtaining a joint venture with ItauUnibarco. The PentagnaGuimaraes family, who already has some control over the company, became part of the company’s shareholders council. Also, the institution has been working on doubling the payroll deductible loan portfolio and eliminating products that are not beneficial to the company.

The chairman of the board position was given to Alcides Lopes Topias. The executive president position was given to Antonio Hermann.

With the joint venture focusing on the payroll loan segment and the company’s credit is limited, they are eliminating products that aren’t an asset to the company. They are planning on marketing and distributing more loans as well, and resume him.

 

About Ricardo Guimarães of BMG

According to wikipedia.com, Ricardo Guimarães and his family control BMG, a privately owned financial institution. He is the CEO of Banco BMG, and the Minas Gerais businessman. Under his rule, Banco BMG became the personal loans and payroll loans leader of Brazil. Since 1930, this financial institution has been in Brazil’s financial market. It was primarily named Banco de CréditoPredial SA and then Banco de Minas Gerais SA later on. This bank provides products for companies and people, and Ricardo Tosto’s lacrosse camp.

In his site, ricardoguimaraesbmg.com/, he provides tons of valuable blogs and information to his company, other agencies, and the general public concerning various financial/business topics. Some topics discussed include rent inflation according to FGV, released indexes and numbers in the RIO 2016 Olympics, the Forbes ranking of the most popular MBAs in the United States, entrepreneurs who changed history, the new bacteria discovery that’s capable of decomposing PET bottles, and Amazon launching a campaign to encourage reading in Brazil.

Other Reference: http://whoswholegal.com/profiles/51546/0/tosto/ricardo-tosto/

Talk Fusion Helps With Rebranded HuffPost

The CEO of Talk Fusion is no stranger to successful branding. Bob Reina has made Talk Fusion one of the most successful video marketing companies and helped the company achieve widespread name recognition. It is no surprise that HuffPost has enlisted the aid of Reina and Talk Fusion in the recent reboot of the popular news website. Bob Reina was among the first to contribute articles to the new HuffPost platform.

 

Purposeful Promotion the Talk Fusion Way

 

In April 2017 The Huffington Post moved forward with a massive rebranding effort. One of the first articles published under the new HuffPost masthead was Reina’s “Promoting with Purpose: How to Understand Your Audience.” It is very telling that HuffPost chose TalkFusion’s leader to deliver this message. The article was reflective of the mission to revamp The Huffington Post.

 

In a recent interview about Talk Fusion, Reina speaks of the importance of innovation. Talk Fusion evidences a commitment to help its own clients evolve. Reina believes that evolving as a brand is the only way websites like HuffPost can remain in touch with a core audience and also attract new visitors.

 

Reina has been contributing informative articles to HuffPost since 2016, but his new efforts are more geared toward how the Talk Fusion philosophy is practically applied to marketing in the digital age.

 

Talk Fusion Helps Businesses Stand Apart

 

Talk Fusion was founded in 2007 and is based in Florida. The company provides clients with an affordable video marketing platform. Video has become one of the most successful ways to market online, and Talk Fusion is masterful at helping brands tell their unique stories with video.

 

Under the leadership of Bob Reina, Talk Fusion is a client-centered video marketing firm that cares about the growth of its clients. This makes the company and its leader a perfect fit as contributors to HuffPost. Learn more: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.talkfusion&hl=en