NY Elite: Tell us a little bit more about your business and career beginnings.
NY Elite: What is the leadership style like at your company “London Capital Investments”?
London Capital Investments: We bring an excellence to the market, and all related buying and selling, services and let or fully management.
NY Elite: What type of culture has the leadership put in place at the company?
London Capital Investments: With an extensive know how, local knowledge and unparalleled source of insights in property developments, investments, mortgages, financing and superb marketing.
NY Elite: What creative strategies do you execute that lead to successful outcomes?
London Capital Investments: To conceive, develop strategic plan that will be successful needs to have those three critical components. … In most cases you simply don’t have either the budget or the human resources to fully develop and execute every strategy scenario.
NY Elite: How does the company innovate?
London Capital Investments: Every day, senior executives get bombarded with ideas—and most of them are either woefully underdeveloped or downright batty , Our research and experience suggest that inquiry is at the heart of it. Innovators have an inclination and a capacity to examine what others often leave unexamined.
NY Elite: What projects have been your favorites that you have been a part of and why?
London Capital Investments: Every project that I’ve worked in my career has been my favorite – due to the reason, In many cases, the properties consist only of land, but occasionally, WE find a property that has a house on it ,,, Some of the major obstacles to your success have been removed; however, you still have to find the right tenant
NY Elite: What are your success metrics? How do you measure success?
London Capital Investments: Every company needs customers. There’s no point in time when you decide I have enough customers. Your measure of success should show a growing customer Those pioneering customers were exciting to me, but when I began to see more and more people show an interest and buy what I was selling, I knew that what I created was successful. The countless hours of long day of working had finally paid off. measure of success in terms of number of customers was just temporary. I had to keep working hard – and work smarter – to attract more costumers
NY Elite: What was the most significant change you brought about in a project?
London Capital Investments: Helping our costumers being their voice and making them understand predictions of rising inflation in the next 12 months mean it will be more important than ever to make the most of their savings and investments.
NY Elite: What is the biggest lesson you have learned in your career?
London Capital Investments: Choosing the right place to invest your money will help you to ride out the storm. Here, we consider whether shares or property are the best investment .
NY Elite: How can you minimize the unknowns?
London Capital Investments: We never minimize unknows we explore and learn from them as every unknown once you go through is not unknown anymore it gives you the experience or the profit
NY Elite: How did you learn from failure?
London Capital Investments: To win u have to lose,, to learn and to grow there are stages no one ever fall in mountain Everest
NY Elite: What are your personal goals?
London Capital Investments: We aim at adding an abundant value both to our extremely valued customers as well as investors and all partnerships.
At the heart of our core values as well as passion, is the service of going that extra mile, chastity, care, prudence ethics and fairness, due diligence and an absolute commitment of delivery of our promise and responsibilities.
NY Elite: Where do you see yourself in the future?
London Capital Investments: Just keeping focused and be sure to be doing what i truly enjoy”
NY Elite: How do you balance work-life?
London Capital Investments: Occasionally a startup guys ask me to coffee & ask “How on earth can I have work/life balance? How did you do it?” I’ll ask questions and sometimes it’s sad, because the answer is simply that they can’t easily have work/life balance with the way they set up their company sometimes we carry the work with us even when we are not working anyway since I stooped doing that things just worked out itself never mix work and life leave work at work and home at home
NY Elite: What is the best advise you received recently, and that you still follow?
London Capital Investments: Best advise I’ve received is to never stop being you, no matter who like it or not!