The Age of Nepotism: Travel Journals and Observations from the Balkans During the Depression

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Vahid Razavi, 2009 M02 6 - 80 pages
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Really good book! at the same time it is so serious with political views and critics and cruel reality, but also written with warmth and humor. Vahid Razavi manages to be objective and speak about very big issues, nepotism, history, politics and crime. However, his book is based on his own experience which gives it credibility and while you read it you have a feeling that you are there. Very honest and interesting book. Even though this is a kind of travel journals and it is story of Serbia, Iran and USA, it is actually quite universal, since people, politics, justice or lack of the same, and nepotism are the same all around the world. 

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Mr. Razavi an Iranian-American is CEO of BizCloud company, Mr. Razavi develops the organization strategy and manages the company%u2019s sales, engineering Marketing and day to day operations. He brings to the position more than thirteen years of sales, operations and customer service experience in the software and customer service industry. Most recently he was the Director of Channels and Alliances at FAST Search and Transfer. Microsoft acquired FAST for 1.2 Billion Dollars in September of 2007. Prior to FAST he was the VP of North American Sales and Marketing for Neocase Software. As Founder and visionary responsible for the company%u2019s sales and corporate development of venture-backed SomethingNow Inc., Mr. Razavi raised over $25 million in financing from corporate and private investors, and formed a strategic partnership with CNET that resulted in SomethingNow software integration with CNET data services. Before founding SomethingNow Inc. Mr. Razavi served at Exodus Communications, where he was responsible for signing the key clients that contributed to the company%u2019s successful IPO. Other companies where he has held various senior sales and management positions include: Qwest Communications, Bay Networks and Reliant. Mr.Razavi also authored collaborative customer service methodologies and marketing techniques for the extended warranty industry.

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