Stephen Lloyd owns a business intelligence company in the New York City who is habitual of writing whatever is on his mind on the official blog of his company.
Stephen writes that it is a pity that most IT consultancy services are busier finding more leads than serving the existing clients. Stephen believes that the IT consultancy and business intelligence firms should do their utmost to serve their existing customers their best because Stephen believes that the word of mouth is still the greatest source of business in the IT field.
Stephen writes that what is even worse than the IT consultancy and the Business Intelligence companies spending the greatest deal of their time on finding new clients is that never before did an average engineering firm had a larger sales team than the team of technicians.
Being an engineer himself, Stephen claims that the greatest joy that a good engineer gets to have is when he/she is solving a problem.
Stephen has been a Chrysler fan since the childhood and he claims to be the middle-man between the deal that recently took place between a subsidiary of Toyota and the Chrysler, where Toyota’s subsidiary decided to sell the diesel engines to the Chrysler.
Stephen warns the readers of his blog that not every engineering firm that claims to be a full-service engineering firm is a full-service engineering firm in reality.
Stephen has been criticizing the news of the US Army To Start Using Mini-Drones for the past 2 months or so, and has received both negative and positive comments for writing against it.
Michelle Fleet is an automotive engineer with a craze for boxing. Michelle wants to invent a car in the near future that will resemble a boxing bag.
Michelle also has a blog on the subject of automobiles. Michelle claims that the automobiles made in China and the Indian subcontinent are no match to the ones made in Europe, Japan or US and that’s the reason why most Brazilian cars nowadays suck, they are mostly imported from India, namely – Honda WR-V, Toyota Etios Cross.
Michelle doesn’t like cars made in India but that doesn’t mean that she doesn’t like Indian food. Michelle loves Indian food and it was only 2 days ago when she learnt how to bake Sooji-Khoya Ladoo with the help of a Youtube video. Sooji-Khoya Ladoo is an Indian sweet which is very popular in North India.
Michelle claims that soon enough the average American income per capita will be so low that an average American will only take fuel consumption as the foremost factor while buying a car.
Michelle claims that the critics of Chevrolet Trucks have several points but the ones that critique Ford or Toyota trucks don’t other than they are very common or boring. According to Michelle, Chevrolet trucks are very interesting sight as they are often seen being towed by the Ford or Toyota trucks.
Michelle applauds the Pakistani automobile manufacturer – United for coming up with a 800cc master car – Bravo. Michelle believes that United kept it name so in a hope that there will come a time when India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal will unite and form the ‘Akhanda Bharata’ once again and United will sell its products in millions where it currently sells in thousands.
By now, you may have come to know that Michelle is a total car freak and there is only one thing that she likes more than the cars and that is watching movies on Indoxxi.
Kailash Burman was never interested in Science or Mathematics at the school but got very interested in both after learning that these both are required for achieving his dream – to create a car.
Kailash is an automobile engineer and having worked with the Indian automobile company – TATA, for over 3 years, Kailash wanted to achieve his dream of working with his hero – Henry Ford’s company, which he really did last month when Ford Motors offered Visa Jobs USA.
Kailash has also had many failed startups, but he is the kind of guy who never gives up and while he is working for other people’s companies, he is still working on his dream to create a successful company of his own.
Kailash has given several live face-to-face interviews in the past but it was his first phone interview when he applied for the Visa job at Ford and although he was nervous about it, he didn’t show this up and successfully scored the job as well.
Kailash used to host several events at the TATA while he worked there and now he hopes that he will get the chance to do the same in the Ford as well.
Kailash’s father is a doctor and he wanted his son to follow his footsteps but Kailash wanted to be an automobile engineer instead and he followed his passion and here he is, getting the chance to work with his hero – Henry Ford’s company. Kailash also told the HR guys about this that it was always his dream to get to work for his hero – Henry Ford’s enterprise and he is too excited about it. The HR gentleman that interviewed Kailash is really thinking that Kailash is going to be a precious asset for their company and they are as much excited to have him working for them as he is to work there.