Alex Pall and Drew Taggart: The Chainsmokers Interview Recap

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart were introduced in 2012 by mutual friend Adam Alpert. Pall was in New York City and needed a partner for his DJ duo the Chainsmokers. Alpert, also the duos manager, thought the two would be a good match. They were introduced and hit it off immediately. Taggart and Pall both quit their jobs, Taggart made the move to New York from Maine and they began practicing full-time. By 2014 they were doing live shows and putting out EPs.

Their first two major releases were the EPs “Bouquet” and “Collage.” A full-length album, “Memories…Do Not Open” followed and they have released a bevy of singles during the last few years. It might seem like an odd release format but the Chainsmoker have a method to this.

Rather than throw a bunch of unrelated songs together and call it an album, Pall and Taggart prefer a more measured, thought-out approach. If they put a group of songs together for an EP or album then those songs have to be related, or at least relevant, to each other. They don’t call it a “concept album” as they don’t go that far with the planning but they do want some relation to each other for the content.

This is why they put out so many singles. Many of their songs are individual and they release them as such rather than just pile up another album. Many of their singles are released for free and become big hits.

They also explore different genres of music besides dance. their singles are often a melding of dance and other genres to create something different. They collaborate with different singers and DJs to help build a more varied body of work. Taggart himself defied dance tradition by providing vocals on some of their songs himself.

The Chainsmokers try and bring this philosophy and energy to their live shows as well. They don’t simply spin some records in a set and call it a day: They put their energy and effort into providing a unique show for their fans each time they perform live.

 

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Louis Chenevert: a Career Defined by Perseverance and Leadership Excellence

Louis R. Chenevert is a highly successful Canadian businessman who is best known for his time as the CEO of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Throughout the course of his career, Mr. Chenevert also served as a production manager for General Motors, and he is a current advisor to Goldman Sachs. However, Chenevert isn’t one of the lucky few who was born rich; he had to work to attain his level success. Recently, Mr. Chenevert participated in an interview with ReleaseFact that discussed his life and career.

Louis Chenevert was born to a middle-class family in Montreal in 1958. He expressed an interest in business from a young age, and attended the University of Montreal’s HEC School of Business, where he graduated with a degree in production management. This degree helped him land his first major job with General Motors in Quebec, and he worked as a production manager there for fourteen years before deciding he needed a change in his career. He soon transitioned from the automobile industry to the aerospace industry, joining aircraft engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney’s Canadian branch.

Six years later, in 1999, Chenevert was promoted to President of P&W in recognition of his success–in just one year, he was able to help the company cut manufacturing costs by 10 percent. P&W Canada, however, wasn’t doing well when Chenevert was appointed President. Yet he persevered and reversed this downward trend, and when a market decline was affecting most other businesses in the industry, he made several improvements to P&W’s management and manufacturing to protect the company from more serious losses.

Eventually, UTC, of which Pratt & Whitney is a subsidiary, appointed Chenevert their new Chairman in 2006. By 2008 he was the Chairman and CEO, a position he would serve in until 2014. He left UTC in an excellent financial position, delivering an 84 percent total return to shareholders.

As part of his business career, Louis Chenevert has also been involved in a number of other ventures. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, and he is also also Chairman of the Yale Cancer Center Advisory Board. In addition, Mr. Chenevert has remained active in supporting his alma mater by chairing the University of Montreal’s International Advisory Board and co-founding Friends of HEC Montreal.

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Talk Fusion Continues to Grow In India

Talk Fusion is a video marketing and direct selling company that is growing rapidly. Recently, Talk Fusion has announced that it will be expanding by opening offices in New Delhi, India. Since the company’s products are increasing in popularity all around India, the new Talk Fusion office will be a support system that is focused on reaching the marketplace in India.

 

Bob Reina, Talk Fusion’s CEO and founder stated in an interview that the expansion of the company has already been seen throughout India. Reina also states that the individuals who are working with the New Delhi office were excited to participate in the compensation platform that Talk Fusion offers. Talk Fusion has plans to use the new office in India as a training site for local employees.

 

Guru Lal Gingh has been assigned the role of manager for the New Delhi office, and shared that videos are a way to make messages come alive for viewers. Lal Singh also shared that video messages could make a significant impact in the local market. Guru also asserted that Talk Fusion would establish a culture that is focused on success, and was happy that Reina shares his positive outlook on accomplishing this goals. Lal Singh hopes to make India one of the most successful Talk Fusion marketplaces.

 

In the U.S., Talk Fusion has a reputation for providing high-quality email and video products. The company is a leader in the WebRTC communications sector, and provides programs that help to optimize video chat and newsletters. Talk Fusion’s products are marketed by individuals all over the world, and the creative selling technique of the company has helped it to expand into 140 countries. Talk Fusion also offers a beneficial structure for compensation, which includes instant pay — a feature that many direct sales companies don’t have. Talk Fusion is also unique in that its associated are not required to keep inventory or purchase products.

 

Talk Fusion was founded in 2004, when Bob Reina was touring and home and wanted to send a short video of the tour via email. At the time, this technology was not possible, and Reina realized that making this a reality had the potential to change the face of marketing.

 

In addition to innovative technology, Talk Fusion is also focused on giving to charities. The company donates to a variety of causes, and Talk Fusion associates also donate independently to charitable causes in their respective countries. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/TalkFusionOfficial