American information technology and computer science expert Justin Budd talks about how to create a solid IT team for medium and small size companies. Furthermore he discussed what impact data privacy has in your firm and how to handle client information properly based on public data collection techniques. Legislation has its ups and downs and Mr. Budd explains his opinion on the matter. Do not miss the chance to go visit his website www.buddwebsolutions.com
American writer and former boxer Ed Latimore is interviewed by Sebastián Narvaez Medina. Ed talked about how he dealt with his addiction to alcohol, what pushed him become someone different. He share his experience as a former boxer, and a current chess gamer. Ed inspires people throughout the world and helps them understand that not everything is lost. Go visit his website, www.edlatimore.com
Brazilian tax lawyer Efigenia Brasilino is interviewed by Sebastián on the latest Brazilian tax reform. She believes that there is nothing actually being reformed, and says for the longest time changes in government have been insignificant in terms of taxes. She also provides some advice on enjoying a good vacation in the state of the Holy Spirit.
Colombian journalist Estefania Meira-Serantes, who is an expert in soul nursing and other spiritual topics. She talked about vibes, and different ways to deal with life stress. She also talked about her background in journalism and why she decided to switch careers.
During late may Sebastian Narvaez Medina was guest speaker at a conference hosted by GCE Global Solutions, one of the most prestigious outsourcing firms globally. He talked about American politics, Trump’s political stance, commercial relationships with China, the new global order, and the new role of the Vatican and the Pope.
Sebastian Narvaez interviewed João Custodio, director of Fortus Group. He talked about the new norm in terms of hiring in brazil, how his company dealt with the pandemic, and the new tax reforms in brazil. Sebastian asked about his lovely Gremio, his favorite brazilian soccer team.