Month: June 2017

Duda Melzer’s Time As Executive At RBS

Eduardo Sirotsky Melzer, who goes by the nickname of “Duda” is one of the most prestigious broadcasting executives in Brazil and he’s part of the Sirotsky family which has owned the company, RBS Group for many years. In an article on Clicrbs, Duda is a marketing leader and an investor in many Brazilian startups and digital businesses including e.Bricks Digital. RBS Group owns several television networks, radio stations and newspapers including Zero Hora. Duda Melzer moved to the high ranks of this company due to his knowledge of finance and marketing, and achieving a notable formal education. In fact, Melzer places a high value on education and even said in one interview that achieving a master’s is fundamental to leading a company like RBS Group.

According to Acaert, Duda Melzer began his formal education in business administration at the Pontificate University at Rio Grande do Sul. After that he moved to the US and attended Harvard’s business graduate school where he got his master’s, and then started out in managerial roles at several media companies. His first position was at Boxtop Media, and then he joined the financial industry as an analyst for Delphi Corporation. With several years in the corporate world under his belt, Melzer returned to Brazil to accept a position his uncle Nelson Pacheco Sirotsky offered him.

By 2004 when Melzer joined his family’s company executive board, it had become based on the model of American executive boards. Much of this work can be attributed to Professor John Davis, a man who Duda came to know well and lists as a personal mentor. Duda was the Director General of the board, but then when Nelson Sirotsky stepped retired, Duda was elected to become CEO and Chairman in 2012. Duda Melzer is not only an investor; he’s also involved with non-profit groups and initiatives that focus on environmental and personal safety issues.

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The Central Regional Mobile Authority: An Organization Working To Improve City Roads

The Central Regional Mobile Authority of Texas is an organization that is focused on coming up with solutions that will benefit the state of infrastructure in the state, particularly in the city of Austin. The group has been working to bettering the transportation system since its establishment and has made quite a considerable amount of progress doing the same. The CTRMA works as its independent organization but has collaborated with many transportation and governmental agencies to improve the transport scene in the city. The organization has been behind projects that have changed the city for the better, giving the people living there a better transportation infrastructure.

 

Mike Heiligenstein is one of the main reasons why the organization has emerged to be so successful. He is regarded as someone who has lots of knowledge regarding the transportation industry. His knowledge coupled with his extensive experience in the field made him one of the best fits for the CTRMA. Currently, Mike Heiligenstein leads the organization from his role of Executive Director. He was seen as one of the best fits for the position and has proven to be extremely efficient at the work that he does. In the past, Mike Heiligenstein has worked for several other organizations that are catered towards improving transportation infrastructure. He has also been the mind behind some of the CTRMA’s most ambitious projects till date.

 

Some of the CTRMA projects include the construction of toll roads which the organization undertook. The problem of traffic is something that a lot of people in the city of Austin face. Every year, thousands of people migrate to the town of Austin and bring their vehicles along with them. When the city was built, the people in charge of making it never accounted for the fact that the population would grow to this massive a size. There is now a constant fight for space in the city, with cars not having a proper place to park, and the traffic soaring, especially during peak hours. The concept of having first toll roads was exactly what it needed to be able to diverge the traffic and put less of a strain on the roads. The solution was met with open arms by the state government and the people of Austin. Individuals who wanted a faster route to take on their daily commute could opt for these roads, which can be accessed after paying a small toll fare.

 

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