Shiraz Boghani’s Dream Comes True in London

Shiraz Boghani is the current chairperson of the Splendid Hospitality Group. He is an entrepreneur in the world of hotels and was awarded Hotelier of the Year in 2006. In 1990s, Shiraz Boghani emerged as the first hotelier in developing Limited service in London. He has worked on over 25 projects of the same in the world. He currently directs the growth of business in the Splendid Hospitality Group, which has the vision to foray many enterprises. The company has 20 trading, i.e., the 256 bedrooms Conrad London St. James, 336 bedrooms Holiday Inn, 292 bedrooms Hilton London Bankside and The Grand Hotel and Spa in New York.

Shiraz is committed to giving the best he can in all fields of life. He is one man who plays a key role in the community, including voluntary services and charitable organizations according to gust.com. This has helped him to hold many senior positions in different organizations like in Ismaili Community. He was a member of the National Council, Resource Development Convener for the Aga Khan University, the chairperson of the National Conciliation and Arbitration Board. Mr. Shiraz has worked together with Nadeem Boghani (who is the Vice Chairman), Stuart Bailey (who is the CEO), and Kevin Eakin (who is Non-Executive Director) among others.

Mr. Shiraz Boghani is an entrepreneur and qualified chartered accountant who has a great experience in accounting. His recent development is that one of Hilton London Bankside, which cost him more than 121 million dollars. He has focused his life in hotel management, and this has earned him a good profile and many awards as well. His passion in the hotel industry is unique and recognized worldwide. Many people, including the employees, have recognized that they are moving from strength to strength with time and to them, Shiraz deserves much appreciation and respect according to myfolio.com. They believe that without Shiraz it would have been tough for them to move to where they are today.

Shiraz moved from Kenya in 1969 to London, where he started to practice his passion in accounts and finance. He later moved to Thomson McLintock Company, which was originally known as KPMG on about.me. While working with KPMG Shiraz realized many opportunities that were not exploited, he ended to venturing in them. In 1985, Sussex Health Care was founded and Shiraz was the co-Founder. Sussex Healthcare has 18 Care Homes with more 500beds. Shiraz has accomplished many projects in the community as a result of his positive attitude.

Find more about Shiraz Boghani at https://uk.linkedin.com/in/shirazboghani

Two Legendary Normans Together in PodcastOne

Wherever you are in the world, no matter what your lifestyle is or how you earn a living, podcasts can be a great way to spend your free time. Listening to the podcast is highly recommended even by people from top corporate companies, because it is one productive way to spend your free time or the time you spend in traffic, in a long line waiting for food, or your time in the café waiting for your friend. Listening to podcasts can help you learn new and exciting things even during your idle times.

 

One podcast channel that is highly recommended is PodcastONE, created by no one else other than Norman Pattiz, who is also the founder of Westwood One, a radio network that was very famous back in the day.

 

Norman was able to bring in so many interesting guests in his podcast, including the personality Steven Austin, Laura Ingraham, Shaquille O’Neal and many other famous people like Adam Carolla. Norman has over 40 years of radio experience that helped him make PodcastONE a huge success. Because he knows what to say and how to say it at the right time, and have been successful in the broadcasting world for many decades, Norman has received awards such as the Giants of Broadcasting Award from the Library of American Broadcasting, and he was also inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, one of the most prestigious nominations in the industry of networking.

 

In the year of 2017, Norman Pattiz announced another addition to PodcastONE: Legendary Norman Lear, the creator of The Jeffersons, Good Times, and other prominent shows like the All in The Family, One Day at a Time, as well as many others. He is also a director, writer, producer and a World War II Veteran. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/normanpattiz

 

Norman Lear is coming to Norman Pattiz’ PodcastONE to share his knowledge with listeners about life, music, politics, events and news, and even comedy-related subjects. The topics are anything under the sun, and the podcast will also feature different celebrity guests for listeners to be able to get different perspectives. Truly an unusual collaboration of two legendary Normans.

 

The philosophy behind Norman Pattiz and the introduction of Norman Lear into his program is to introduce another personality to the show that can contribute towards the subjects and engage with the listeners, some of which are big fans of Norman Lear’s work, life, and career path. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/norman-pattiz/

 

 

Nathaniel Ru’s Fast Food Health Options

If top quality restaurants could start from scratch and be successful, then they would look like Sweetgreen. This high-end restaurant that is also considered a solid chain and is supported by big-name investors like Danny Meyer, Steve Case and Daniel Boulud. The restaurant hits all the needs of its clientele by offering organic, healthy and fresh local foods. Their recipe is well-known to the local area and they currently offer their foods to well over 40 locations.

 

 

Ru and his fellow co-CEOs Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman first met at the Georgetown University and soon realized that the healthy eating options was missing for the community. In August 2007, after graduating college they decided to open up their first restaurant which has been booming since. Learn more: http://nrn.com/power-list-2016-Jammet-Neman-Ru

 

Nathaniel Ru went to Georgetown University McDonough School of Business in 2007 and graduated from it with a bachelors finance degree. In 2007, he gathered with two other graduates and decided to start Sweetgreen which is a seasonal kitchen that focuses on a local source of foods. When they first opened up their restaurant they were located in the Georgetown area itself but then started to expand to 27 locations in 6 different states in the early year of 2015. Nathaniel and his partners decided to launch The SweetLife event in the year 2010 which has been considered one of the largest music and food festivals in the region. The event features cutting-edge music and has attracted over 20,000 attendees. They have attracted top chefs, local purveyors, food trucks and local farmers. The key behind Sweetgreen is that their food is reasonably priced, good for you and taste delicious at the same time. And unlike other salads that you get from other merchants, there’s will fill you up and cost the same price of a greasy hot dog or hamburger meal without all the calories. Learn more: http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2016/09/23/bluecart-simplifying-restaurant-orders-video.html

 

 

 

For example in New York Sweetgreen’s first store was located on 28th and Broadway where the area would be considered nomad and far from having the standard amount of fast food chains. Some have compared the location to an Apple Store. When you enter the store, it is filled with smiling faces and clean lines. This can give the consumer a sense of relief that they can grab their food at no hassle and feel good about the visit. Learn more: https://twitter.com/nathanielru