Brian Bonar is a popular name in the world of finance, and it’s no secret that his company, Dalrada Financial is doing significantly well. Having received his Bachelor’s Degree in Technical Engineering, Bonar went on later to get his Master’s Degree as well in Technical Engineering from Stafford University.
Bonar’s experience runs deeper than finance, along with experience in management with more than 100 staff at a time. Working as both a procurement manager and a Sales Manager, Bonar had enough experience to strike out on his own, starting his first company Bezier Systems.
Dalrada Financial Corporation is a privately held company where Bonar works today, and has been a director of the company since 1995. Over time, Bonar has held many different positions within the company, adding to his experience and knowledge of how a major corporation works from the inside out. Bonar’s greatest passion is finance, and how it works at a corporate level.
Today, Bonar’s main focus is on mergers and acquisitions, two of the most important aspects of a company to start and to grow. Through approaching finance creatively, Bonar has effectively managed more people as the result of working with Trucept, a company that focuses on managing employee benefits for large corporations.
One of the main tasks at Trucept is to aid in the management of payroll, as well as focusing on staffing solutions and administrative duties.
Additionally, Bonar has been focused on helping small and medium sized businesses learn more about how to effectively file taxes for the company and how to maintain their day-to-day business through risk management.
According to Bloomberg, it was in April of 1998 that Brian Bonar assumed the role of the CEO for Dalrada Financial Corporation, and today Bonar continues to serve successfully with any company he partners with, more specifically in finance.
Kate Hudson has unveiled yet another brilliant business strategy. In just four years, Hudson has managed to turn Fabletics, her athletic apparel company, into a $250 million success story thanks to her fearless approach to selling fashion. The newest strategy is known as the reverse showroom. This method uses physical stores to generate more e-commerce revenue.
The technique was created by Apple and Hudson has managed to make it work for her fashion business. In an age when more and more people are doing their shopping on their phones, Hudson has managed to make physical retail work in her company’s favor.
Fabletics stores use online data to stock each store based on region. If sports bras are more popular in New York and hoodies are more popular in California, Fabletics stocks each store accordingly. The goal of each Fabletics store is to encourage shoppers to join the online VIP membership program. Following the subscription service model, the VIP membership program allows customers to receive a workout outfit in the mail on a monthly basis by paying a small monthly fee.
Fabletics selects each outfit for each VIP member by having them take a lifestyle quiz when they sign up to the program. This gives Fabletics data regarding each member’s unique fashion preferences.
Teri Hutcheon joined the membership program because it seemed like an easier way to maintain her workout wardrobe. Before Fabletics, Teri would spend plenty of time and money shopping for new workout gear in order to accommodate her busy exercise schedule. With the membership program, however, Fabletics does all the hard work for her and she gets to enjoy her monthly shipment of a cute new workout outfit each month.
Bloggers Heather and Joanie joined the membership program because they couldn’t resist the value. The $49.95 monthly fee is incredibly affordable considering the high quality of materials used to make each Fabletics apparel item. The ladies are still members today.
This reverse showroom strategy is a success, recruiting more VIP members than ever. When shoppers walk into a Fabletics store, they are educated about the membership program. So far, about 25 percent of customers have become VIP members online. A little less than half of the customers are existing Fabletics VIP members who purchase additional items while they’re in the store.
To learn more about Fabletics and start receiving your new workout outfits in the mail each month, visit the brand’s website to fill out the lifestyle quiz.
If you are an avid follower of Asian business personalities or even if you have just little more than a passing interest on the subject then you have probably come across Vijay Eswaran and have definitely heard of the QI Group of companies.
The latter started out as a small ecommerce outfit that Vijay Eswaran founded in Kuala Lumpur in the year 1998. Over the last two decades, however, the company has enjoyed tremendous growth and is now recognized as one of the leading companies in Asia and competing on the same level with other top companies across the globe. Read more: In the Sphere of Silence (English and Dutch Edition)
The amazing success can be attributed directly to the man behind the company and his mantra that it is possible to achieve great success if you do little things with great love. This fact is even more evident when you read his new book which was aptly titled ‘Two Minutes from the Abyss’.
Vijay Eswaran is currently ranked among the top 50 richest people in Malaysia and at just 51 years of age there is every indication that his fortunes are only set to keep growing in the coming years. The same statement can be said for his baby, the QI Group of Companies which raked in a whopping 750 million dollars last year in revenue alone.
Besides his obvious success as a technology entrepreneur, Vijay Eswaran has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Magazine and was last year awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in Global Entrepreneurship during the 8th World Chinese Economic Summit.
This is by no means a cheap achievement as the awarded in considered among the most prestigious on the Asian continent and only presented to one personality every year. Learn more about Vijay Eswaran: http://philanthropies.org/vijay-eswaran-2/
As a company, QI Group has grown in under two decades and transformed into a multi-national company with reaches and operations in more than 20 countries worldwide.