Michael Hagele Provides Insights on Entrepreneurship

Michael Hagele serves as an outside business advisor for several technology firms across different industries: Internet, aerospace, defence and biotechnology. Michael is an entrepreneur who has invested in nascent-age technological companies as well as in the hospitality industry.

He has extensive experience in negotiating, enlisting and closing technology, verifying distribution and development partnerships in the local and international internet, telecommunications, as well as software and hardware. Furthermore, his understands the nature of various commercial partnerships relating to technological firms. They encompass advertising and marketing planning, intellectual property sales and analysis of portfolios in intellectual property rights with regards to funding and M&A transactions. Follow Michael on Twitter @Michael_Hagele_

Before his current practice, Michael served as an in-house legal counselor for many venture capital firms. In addition, he also managed corporate governance, purchases and mergers, employment among others. He is a law graduate from the University of California, Berkeley.

Michael Hagele’s Insights on his Business

Michael says his idea to start up his practice dates back to when he was an attorney working with different companies. According to his analysis, small practices can offer better services to clients. He integrated this approach to his practice and provides technology clients high-quality services.

Understanding that the customer should come first is a habit that Michael Hagele owes to the increased productivity of his firm. Working in a high-pressure environment means your clients’ business rely on your skills and abilities. Besides, putting yourself in the client’s situation makes you acquainted with their needs.

Furthermore, one strategy that Michael Hagele uses to catalyze his practice’s growth is by utilizing social media platforms. You can communicate to clients personally, though it shouldn’t be overdone. Leaving conversations open is an excellent way of promoting products and services.

Despite his success, Hagele has had his pitfalls and failures. And from his experience, he recalls working with a celebrity chef on a new restaurant. The chef, however, was only interested in salary rather than equal participation. He advises that much emphasis should put on equity participation rather than the financial proceedings of a project. That is what helps many enterprises to thrive and flourish.

More about of Michael Hagele: http://inspirery.com/michael-hagele/

 

Bruno Fagali: Transforming Law in Brazil

Bruno Fagali is among the young and elite lawyers in Brazil and has already proven his expertise even before career begins. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in law from Pontifical University, Sao Paulo in 2009. He went ahead to study Administrative Law for two years (2010-2012), and in 2015, he enrolled for his Master’s in State Law at the University of Sao Paulo. He graduated in 2017. In the course of his education, he volunteered to work for various organizations, and in the process amassed a great deal of knowledge that became a supporting factor in his career.

Bruno did his internship where he specialized on family law and procedural law at the Office Dom of Pulo Evaristo Arns. The knowledge acquired while working there created an opportunity for him to join Radi Calil and Associates Advocacy. Herein, he pursued litigation and public law. Bruno moved to Nova/SB in 2015 as the Corporate Integrity Manager and his work revolved around designing, managing, and implementing the compliance of the advertising agency.

After working for different organizations in Brazil, Bruno established his law firm the Fagali Advocacy, in 2016. The firm specialized in compliance law, election law, public law, and anti-corruption law. Albeit his firm is still in its formative stages, it has achieved tremendous success in handling cases. Bruno works alongside his employees who are equally dedicated in taking the firm to international levels.

One major project that Fagali Advocacy has launched is the creation of the Corporate Integrity Program meant to curb corruption in Brazilian Institutions. The program has a clear set of guidelines and contains measures to detect and solve problems related to corruption. Under the guidance of Bruno Fagali and his team, the firm finished the project after 24 months and presented it to the Ministry of Transparency. It was approved and immediately implemented in different organizations, including Fagali Advocacy. Bruno was chosen for this project owing to the many accolades he has received both locally and internationally. He continues to bring fresh and transformative ideas to the field of law.

For details: www.bv.fapesp.br/pt/pesquisador/21548/adriano-fagali-de-souza/