The creation of the Manaira Mall was exactly what Brazil needed to ensure the people of the country were going to have the best experience possible. Roberto Santiago knew this when he created the mall. He tried to do different things to ensure the mall would be the best place possible for people to try to go shopping and different things. It is what has allowed him the chance to make their lives better. It has also given him the chance to make things better on his own. For Roberto Santiago to do this, he had to be sure the mall was the best that it could be. He also wanted people to know what they could get out of the things they were doing. When people visit Manaira Mall, they can shop, dine and even have the chance to experience entertainment like no other mall in the country.
Since Roberto Santiago created exclusive partnerships with different designers and clothing companies, he was able to make the shopping experience in the mall the best. With this experience, people would be able to try different things. No other locations in the area were able to have the same items as Roberto Santiago had with Manaira because he had created the exclusive partnerships. It is what gave him the chance to really set Manaira apart from other malls while he was working to improve the options each person had while they were at the mall.
Even though most malls have dining options, Roberto Santiago wanted Manaira to have the best options for his customers. He wanted there to be a lot of different restaurants. The way Roberto Santiago set Manaira up was so the mall would have options for anyone to choose from when they were dining out. It is what gave him the chance to grow the restaurant and help people realize what they were able to do. It also gave him the experiences that would make Manaira the best that it could be. For Roberto Santiago to do this, he had to ensure restaurants were going to offer all of the people who came to the mall the options they needed.
Since entertainment in a mall can be difficult for people to enjoy, Roberto Santiago wanted them to have something that no other mall had. He knew that movie theaters and arcades wouldn’t be the only thing Manaira needed so he chose to make things different for the mall. It was a way for him to enjoy different things so he could make the entertainment center. When people came to the mall, they could enjoy the convention center. Roberto Santiago even put it conveniently on the roof so it wouldn’t take up valuable shopping space.
Rick Smith is a much-discussed personality in the correction services and prison technology industry. The CEO of Securus Technologies is credited for adding values to the services and solutions of the firm as well as the industry. His focus towards technology innovation and world-class service ensured Securus to rebrand as a high-value solution provider in the prison technology ecosystem. Numerous examples are there to quote the affinity of Rick towards value addition in the industry. In 2015, he led Securus to acquire JPay Inc. through a stock purchase agreement. JPay is a prominent technology company that introduced educational and entertainment apps for correction industry, electronic payments, email, and more. It also actively operates in nearly 33 state prison systems in the country. Read more articles at securustech.net.
Smith stated that the deal is significant and making Securus active in all the quickly growing segments of correction services, including email, payments, inmate tablets, and more. He claimed that the acquisition helped the firm to virtually provide anything of technology-based/software solutions that are needed for the correction agencies to modernize a prison or jail. Securus considered JPay as an innovator in the industry for long and noticed its prolonged success in the industry. The time has given an opportunity for Securus to combine the products and teams of JPay, Rick continued. He also added that people who are looking for best products with the highest security at the most competitive price now have a clear choice.
Interestingly, Smith wanted the JPay as an independent subsidiary under Securus, but it would get the vast resources and deep relationships of Securus to advance its sales and revenue. Considering the innovation efforts of Securus under the leadership of Rick Smith, a large number of prison authorities and correction agencies contact the firm and explain how the solutions of the company helped them to execute correction services better. In late 2016, Rick Smith confirmed that the company took many initiatives to bring advanced prison experience in the industry. He claimed that the firm regularly sends proposals for product and service developments to enforcement agencies and correction servicers at least once in a week. Read more on glassdoor.com about Rick Smith Securus.
Rick further explained how the firm helped the agencies to provide adequate services to society, inmates, their families, and more. He also instilled safety into the company to make it helping to serve and protect the community. Rick Smith Securus completed his master’s in Business Administration from the renowned University of Rochester. He started his career with Eschelon Telecom Inc – a leading telecommunication company in the United States. Smith held various positions at the firm and became the Chief Operating Officer by 2000. He left the company in 2008 for Securus Technologies, and since then, he started his mission to shape the Securus as the biggest innovator in the industry.
October 18, 2007 Mike Lacey and Jim Larkin were forcibly removed from their Phoenix homes and arrested by Maricopa County deputies, and booked into two different Joe Arpaio’s jails.
Arpaio had heavily involved in the arrests of Lancey and Larkin. Phoenix New Times had reported on things that made Joe Arpaio angry. Some of these reports were about Financial mismanagement in the sheriff’s office, abuses of power, substandard health conditions in Arpaio’s jails, mistreatment and deaths of jail inmates, and much more.
Lacey and Larkin had covered a story for the Phoenix New Times that revealed an assault to the constitution. Allies of Arpaio’s at the Maricopa Attorney’s office issued grand jury subpoenas asking for details about the news papers writers, editors and readers. They even wanted personal browsing histories and IP addresses of their readers.
With help from a very loud national outcry both Lacey and Larkin were released less than 24 hours later and all charges dropped. The Ninth Circuit had made it clear that they were arrested without probable cause and that the subpoenas served on them had actually been invalid.
In 2013 Maricopa county paid a settlement to Lacey and Larkin for $3.7 million. That money went to the Frontera Fund, an initiative intended to benefit the Hispanic community that has received the brunt of racial animus and civil abuse in Arizona. Soon after receiving the money Lacey and Larkin quietly began handing out Frontera Fund money to worthy nonprofit advocates for Hispanic civil rights and causes.