A Brief Overview of Robert Deignan’s Entrepreneurial Ventures

Robert Deignan was raised in Fort Lauderdale and secured a football scholarship to study Organizational Leadership at Purdue University. He played for NY Jets and Miami Dolphins for a short while before he started his first firm called Fanlink Inc. He is renowned for co-founding and heading a tech support firm called ATS Digital Services.

 

The company helps clients resolve technological issues remotely. Robert Deignan and his partners considered the idea of starting ATS after they witnessed they witnessed the success of employing remote services at an Anti-Malware company they previously worked for. From a business mindset, the strategy seemed like a profitable venture. As the CEO of the digital firm, his day involves looking out for new opportunities for their business.

 

ATS Digital Services is a customer-oriented company, and its services range from resolving phone hitches to digital connections. Most of its services are remote, but it also sends in experts to fix the issues that can not be fixed remotely like mounting Tv sets. The firm’s customer care values have earned it an AppEsteem certification.

 

Robert Diegnan is thrilled by the fact more people are warming up to the idea of utilizing remote technologies services to help them resolve digital issues. According to him, this trend has gained popularity because enables digital users to access a more efficient service that is less time-consuming. ATS prides itself on offering their clients the best facilities in the industry, and this new trend is an exciting business opportunity for them.

 

Robert Diegnan is a sports enthusiast, and he regularly participates in Silver Sailfish competitions. He emerged victorious in the 79th derby of the fishing sport. He also shows immense support for his son who plays baseball and does his best to attend most of his games. In the business world, Robert is influenced by Elon Musk and feels that it is essential to believe in yourself as an entrepreneur. He lives with his family in Miami.

 

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Shervin Pishevar Tweet Storms a Tumultuous Economic Forecast for 2018

Shervin Pishevar is a successful angel investor. He helped launch PillPack, Uber and Virgin Hyperloop One. Early in 2018, he reacted to a scary week for the Dow Jones Industrial Average with a tweet storm that comprised 50 tweets and spanned 21 hours.

Wall Street’s Woes

In the spree’s first tweet, Pishevar rolled an ominous ball. “Some thoughts (sic) on financial storms I seeing brewing ahead. I expect (sic) 6000 point drop in aggregate in (sic) months ahead,” he said.

Pishevar warned that investors would discover no safe place to put their capital in 2018. “Scurry and scrabble (sic) for safety that is no where (sic) to be found. Every asset class is has (sic) proven to be overvalued,” tweeted Pishevar.

Further, he stated that similar conditions existed in 2018’s investment marketplace to those that caused 2008’s Great Recession. Most notably, Pishevar declared that a favorite investment class, exchange-traded funds, was over leveraged.

Silicon Valley’s Future

For more than 20 years, Shervin Pishevar has worked in Silicon Valley’s rare air, and he has unique insight into its machinery. Since 2009, Pishevar has held a position he restated during his 2018 tweet storm. “As I’ve said before (sic) Silicon Valley is it (sic) longer a physical place (sic) but an idea that’s gone viral. Entrepreneurship is a movement,” he proclaimed.

A child of Iranian Americans, Pishevar also criticized America’s current immigration position. “While we build walls (sic) physical and culture (sic) to keep out immigrant talent (sic) that talent doesn’t need to come here anymore,” wrote the venture capitalist.

America’s Failing Infrastructure

Also, Shervin Pishevar shared tweets comparing his nation’s infrastructure to its competitors’. “Speed of execution across many sectors from other regions is startling.Very (sic) little of frictions that are becoming systemic fractures here,” he stated.

Pishevar then shared a link to news about a team of 1,500 builders in China that erected a train station in nine hours. “Meanwhile,” he mourned, “our infrastructure is in tatters.”

Now that Shervin Pishevar has shared his forecasts, business and political leaders must decide whether to adjust course through the 21st century’s remainder.

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