How Louis Chenevert Achieved Profound Success

Many people are known to change the business landscape as we know it. They leave a path to follow, which we refer to as a legacy. Canadian businessman Louis Chenevert is one such man who left a prominent legacy.

It is amazing what Chenevert did with his time at United Technologies Corporation. It was his time as Chief Executive Officer, as well as his time as Chairman of the Board, that allowed the stocks of the United Technologies Corporation to begin at $37 a share and then rise over a period of eight years to a little over $117 a share. Chenevert accomplished this through several ways.

Firstly, he spent much needed time educating his workers and spreading his vision to the executives. His workers were known, that if the slacked, to receive additional training so that they could be more productive in the plants. Also, he would spend one on one time with his executives, ensuring that they believed his vision of integrity and excellence for the company. He was so successful in this regard that his vision exists even after his departure.

Secondly, Chenevert made sure that his company bettered the environment. He was able to decrease the dreadful gas emissions by an astounding 26%. He followed up this accomplishment by lowering the consumption of water by another 53%.

Lastly, he greatly benefited the company by acquiring two of the most valuable companies he could his hands on. He purchase the largest elevator and escalator company in the world. You might know them as Otis. Then, in a move that shocked the industry and cause stocks to go skyward, he acquired the lucrative company Goodrich. This cost his company $16.3 billion. Of course, this move raised Chenevert’s company’s worth to $63 billion. Chenevert did a marvelous job at the United Technologies Corporation.

Brazil’s Aggressive Campaigns by Jose Borghi

Jose Henrique Borghi is the establisher of the Mullen Lowe agency. Jose Henrique Borghi was born and raised in Prudente. He attended the PUC Campinas where he then graduated. Jose Borghi participated in propaganda and advertising program pioneered by PUC. After that, he commenced his first job in his location in the year 1989. He worked at Standart Ogilvy agency. After a series of success, Henrique Borghi was promoted to serve at more executive agencies including FCB, DDB/DM9, Leo Burnett, and BorghiErh, a partnering company with Erh Ray.

Jose Henrique Borghi has been in charge of many relevant cases since he started his career. He has been at the front of the most impactful campaigns like the Fiat Carlinhos. This campaign was held to address issues associated with Down syndrome disease and was organized by the Down Syndrome Association. Most importantly, Jose Henrique Borghi has acquired expertise from more reputable organizations including Delta Airlines, Bank Boston American Express, and Coral Paints among others.

In 1994, Jose Henrique Borghi collaborated with Erh Ray. Together, they maintained the exchange of skills and knowledge for eight years until they created BorghiErh. Mullen Lowe network supported BorghiErh. The partnership has ventured in various campaigns including Mammals (Parmalat), Super 15 (Telefonica) and I digital (Itau). Of these campaigns, Jose Henrique Borghi has acquired twelve lions in Cannes. Jose Henrique Borghi displayed a high creativity level in the campaign of Mammals of Parmalat. In the event, kids were dressed in animal-like costumes and sang touching jingles. The event is in the hearts of individuals up to date, displaying Jose Henrique’s impact in the Brazilian advertising industry.

Mullen Lowe agency is integrated and creatively-driven in communications network and advertisements. Under Borghi’s leadership, the enterprise is recognized for possessing strong business heritage and mentality. The company’s characteristic is diverse and considerate of global and local culture. Jose Henrique Borghi has led the company into operating in over 65 markets with more than 90 agencies.

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