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Stream Energy Formalizes its Corporate Social Responsibility in Dallas

In March 2018, Stream Energy formalized its corporate social responsibility in Dallas. The reputable direct marketing company launched Stream Cares Foundation, a charity that will be helping destitute Citizens residing in the United States.

Stream Cares Foundation was established a few days after the Hurricane Harvey swept away the houses, property, and businesses of the citizens living in Houston. In the aftermath, several people lost their homes and their source of living. Some lost their loved ones.

It is this disaster that prompted Stream Energy to establish its charity foundation.

According to Stream’s top management, the charity would use part of its proceeds to reconstruct the homes destroyed by the floods. Also, the principal direct marketing company would help the financially challenged citizens to start projects that would stabilize their status.

After launching the charity, Stream’s management said that the foundation would formalize and extend their philanthropic activities. Furthermore, the firm acknowledged that it has been supporting underserved societies for decades.

How Will Stream Energy Benefit From Their Generous Action?

According to an article posted on patch.com, Stream’s philanthropy gave them a competitive advantage over their competitors. Citizens from around the United States felt that the company treasured the community it attended.

Many companies have successfully used the corporate social responsibility strategy to mend their reputation after scandals and layoffs. On that account, Stream’s active social corporate responsibility will cement its excellent reputation.

Stream Energy Has Been Active In Philanthropy

Before launching its charity arm, Stream funded multiple not for profit organizations that supported important causes like childcare and humanitarian aid. For instance, the direct marketing company supported Home Supply Co., a charity organization that supports the United States’ homeless population.

Besides accommodating the homeless, Hope Supply Co supplies hygiene items, diapers, backpacks, and other essential items to agencies that support the homeless kids.

Stream Energy is an active volunteer at the International Committee of the Red Cross. Stream helps the global humanitarian organization to improve health, as well as advocate for the rights of people living with special needs. Also, Red Cross offers humanitarian aid to victims of disasters.

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Shervin Pishevar’s Crystal Ball

In the past, Shervin Pishevar seemed to have a crystal ball. He made multiple fortunes as an early investor in firms like Uber, Airbnb, Dollar Shave Club and Warby Parker, then used his expertise to create his own investment firm called Investment company .

Famous for his ability to spot new businesses before they skyrocket, he presented clients with the opportunity to “get in on the ground floor. In 2017, Shervin Pishevar abruptly resigned from Investment company and became something of a recluse. In February 2017, he took Twitter by storm, sending out 50 self-numbered tweets in less than a day, outlining his view of the future, which is universally bleak.

Among other things:

* Shervin Pishevar predicted a prolonged drop in the stock market in the first tweet, with the market eventually reaching 6000 points.

* In tweets 2 and 3, he predicted a general decline in the American economy and explained why.

In tweets 7 and 8, he blamed derivatives like Credit Default Swaps And Mortgage Backed Securities for the Great Recession of 2008.

* In tweets 17, 18, and 23 he discusses inflationary pressures and their effect on the overall American economy and world economy.

In tweet 24, he predicts the rise of gold and the decline of Bitcoin.

In tweets 25 through 28, he stated that Silicon Valley is rapidly becoming irrelevant, thanks to the internet. Innovation has become global. Entrepreneurs worldwide can drum up business and acquire financing right from their laptops.

According to Shervin Pishevar, what he calls the “empowered 5 US monopolies: Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft” will soon be broken into smaller units in the manner of Ma Bell being broken into smaller “Baby Bells.”

He mentions “speed of execution” in China bringing dissimilar groups together to build a complete, working train station in less than 9 hours.

Among other things, he points to America’s infrastructure in ruins while the government engages in “short-term thinking”

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