A Successful Springtime Link-up of OSI Group Subsidiary, International Food Groups, (Australia) with Turi Food Groups will Strategically Enhance the Scope as well as the Product and Service Capabilities of the Newly Instituted Turosi Pty Ltd

In May of 2018, the, Illinois-based meat processing giant, OSI Group subsidiary, OSI International Food Groups, (Australia) instituted a merger with Turi Food Groups, a sizable Victoria-based chicken processing company, for the mutual benefit of both meat-related industries. The companies already share a similar mission and world-view. OSI International Food Groups has the instilled benefit of a family-based culture it derived through its parent company, OSI Group, a benefit it shares with Turi Food Groups. Besides their resemblance culture-wise, the two entities are renowned, highly reputable, long-time providers of superior protein content, with operations that distribute edibles to retail venues, such as quick-service restaurants, convenience stores and other food market operations.

Currently, OSI International Food Groups’ outreach extends further than that of Turi Food Groups, as it includes many Asian-Pacific outlets. With the combined muscle of the newly formed merger, however, the alliance of the two companies, henceforth to be known as Turosi Pty Ltd., will have a broader International scope and an enhanced ability to offer a wider array of quality foodstuffs and services to its clients. Sam Cuturi, the chairman of Turi Foods, expressed his excitement over the highly compatible company pairing, noting the already existing similarity in culture and a belief that “shared ownership will enable the organization… to build a world-class food solutions group.”

David G. McDonald, President and COO of OSI Group LLC, the parent company of OSI International Foods (Australia,) concurred with Cuturi, expressing his belief that “OSI Group and Turi (Foods) have built a strong reputation with the customers each company serves.” Empowered by Turi Food Groups, Leading Australian business adviser, Grant Thornton, was strategically available to oversee every stage of the successful link-up with the OSI Group subsidiary, OSI International Food Groups (Australia.) Even with their joint auspices combined the two operations will continue to hold the individual reins of their current facilities. Various processing plants and farming operations throughout the Victoria region will continue to hold their present strategic courses.

Vice President and CEO of AIA Robert Ivy — the Recent Honoree of the Lifetime Achievement Award

Vice President and CEO of AIA Robert Ivy — the Recent Honoree of the Lifetime Achievement Award

Since June 2018, Robert Ivy is the architect industry’s first-time success of the reputable Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award. The Mississippi Institute for Arts and Letters (MIAL) presented Columbus’s native Robert Ivy and comrade-Mississippian Andrew Young the award. It’s not surprising Robert Ivy has set up architecture all over Mississippi and worldwide.

For several years, MIAL has given the Polk Award to Mississippians, writer Shelby Foote, actor Morgan Freeman and many others. Therefore, it is proper for Mr. Ivy to be added to the list of recipients. Robert has practiced architect over the years; he is CEO of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) from 2011. Before Robert’s leading position at AIA, he was a former editor in chief for Architectural Record at McGraw-Hill. Read his article on zdnet to learn more.

As chief editor and author, Robert Ivy led Architectural Record to become a popular worldwide journal. Thus, the architecture commentator deserved the Polk Award. Under Ivy’s leadership, AIA has a huge global footprint, and many American architects are practicing in many of the institute’s global chapters. New AIA chapters in Canada and China are taking part in the organization.

More of Ivy’s authoritative skill includes Fay Jones, which is now in its third version, after being released in 2001.

Further, Robert Ivy went to the University of the South where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English. He gained his Master of Architecture academic degree from Tulane University.

Robert’s newest passion is to train architects for their responsibility in treating today’s important issues, which is renew-ability, climate change, and the effect of architecture for the public health’s benefit. Ivy’s aim is to fulfill this by innovating the AIA resources. For instance, Robert’s signature achievements consist of reorganizing the AIA organization by manufacturing a modern digital-first technology base.

Finally, this task was an award-winning and national awareness effort — which increased decision-making.

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William Saito Explains The Importance Of Internet Security

It may not be commonly known that the internet has been around for about 45 years. It only just became more publicly available about 15 years ago. The internet began as a method for scientists and scholars to send messages to each other before it became a common commodity in most people’s lives. The internet seems to pretty much be integrated into the lives of the majority of the population because of its benefits. Author William Saito believes that the reason for the mass spread of availability of the internet is not due to faster speeds or the creation of the World Wide Web, but because of a development that is not seen by most: security.

 

William Saito goes on to explain how security is vital when using the internet. The reasons are because it information security allows us to maintain privacy, integrity, availability, and authentication. Without the security of information, all business communication and transactions stop. Not only that, but a great majority of personal lives would also be disrupted. The author also points out that soon there might be more household appliances online than computers. His concern is that the security of new technology is not being implemented into the design from the ground up. For William, security should be a priority.

 

William Saito is recognized as one of the top 100 most influential people for Japan. He was born in California and learned software programming in elementary. He eventually started his own company while still in high school. William Saito was named entrepreneur of the year in 1998 by USA Today, NASDAQ, and Ernst & Young, and was recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on encryption, biometric authentication, and cyber security. He sold his business to Microsoft and then moved to Tokyo in 2005. That’s when he founded another company called InTecur.

William Saito wrote a book titled “An Unprogrammed Life: Adventures Of An Incurable Entrepreneur”. It is the story about him as a child prodigy and his remarkable entrepreneurial accomplishments. The book tells a story of how he was a self-taught genius that became a savvy, serial business success story.

The IDB in Argentina, reporter Felipe Montoro Jens

This year the Inter-American Development Bank meeting was held on March 24th in Argentina in Mendoza. Felipe Montoro Jens was the reporter attending the meeting. Mr. Montoro Jens is a professional reporter and businesses man who specializes in infrastructure projects, their implementation and the current state of these projects throughout the region. Felipe reported on the IDB meeting this year and what was the results obtained from this year’s meeting. Many influential and powerful players attended the meeting and took this opportunity to share their experiences and hurdles they face in their respective regions. Mr. Garrido who is currently the Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support was there to listen and give feedback on how the plans to improve the economy would be implemented. Visit their website felipemontorojens.com to learn more.

According to Felipe Montoro Jens, Mr. Garrido plans to prioritize the economic needs of Brazil. Mr. Garrido said during the IDB, due to Brazil’s both large and dynamic economy it will get the initial investments, reported Felipe. The Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Dyogo Oliveira was in attendance as well as the IDB. Both Dyogo Oliveira and Luis Caputo, who is the minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors of Argentina stressed the need for more financial investments to help spark more involvement from the private sector business owners. The problem, both Luis, and Dyogo pointed out during the meeting is the need for more investments and commitments from the private sector.

Luis Alberto Moreno who is the president of the Inter-American Development Bank also made his voice be heard during the IDB. According to Felipe, Mr. Luis Alberto there is a need for much more investment funding to improve roads that connect the different countries in South America. Luis Alberto pointed to the improved roads would help create an environment that supports business development that all countries that makeup South America would ultimately benefit from.

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