Issue 4 2022

Issue 4 2022 App Innovators Secure Success The power of good applications has allowed many businesses to thrive over the last few years, connecting with clients and building strong brand identity. The team at Zero Gravity set a new standard in this field, harnessing creativity and innovation to deliver exceptional services. The leadership of Tariq Al Hosani has been key to this growth, which is why he was named CEO of the Year, 2021 - the United Arab Emirates. Zero Gravity

Welcome to the April issue of CEO Monthly. As always, CEO Monthly is dedicated to providing the latest news and features across the business world to our readership. By sharing knowledge, insights, expertise, and success stories from around the globe, we aim to inspire individuals and promote positivity in a world that is in a constant state of evolution. Speaking of evolution, a company must always grow with great tenacity. A company should be able to transmogrify itself in a way that moves with industry trends, client needs, and innovative developments. Here we celebrate a variety of businesses doing just that. Our cover, Zero Gravity is guided by CEO, Tariq Al Hosani who is leading the company with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Rooted in the desire to change the world of intricate and innovative applications for the greater good of each company involved. With an insightful approach on an international scale, Tariq and the team always ensure connectivity around the globe – catering to all needs and wishes. Captivating and helping customers is the aim of the game with Zero Gravity and the entire company dedicates their time to making a difference to technology and ease-ofaccess applications. Stay up to date with our monthly issues at CEO Monthly. Enjoy the month ahead and we look forward to welcoming you back soon. Sofi Bajor, Editor Website: AI Global Media, Ltd. (AI) takes reasonable measures to ensure the quality of the information on this web site. However, AI will not assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, correctness or completeness of any information that is available through this web site. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them. The information available through the website and our partner publications is for your general information and use and is not intended to address any particular finance or investment requirements. In particular, the information does not constitute any form of advice or recommendation by us or any of our partner publications and is not intended to be relied upon by users in making or refraining from making any investment or financial decisions. Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decision. Any arrangement made between you and any third party named in the site is at your sole risk and responsibility.

4. News 6. Zero Gravity: App Innovators Secure Success 8. PatientBond, Inc.: Patient Engagement in the Digital Age 9. Study: These 10 universities have produced the most CEOs 10. UK’s Brave Face Workplace Culture Takes Its Toll As 3 In 4 Surveyed Workers Now Suffffer From ‘Pleasanteeism’ 12. Winners’ Listings Contents

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 4 Dominican Businessman Jairo Gonzalez Strengthens International Business Relationships NEWS

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 5 PKF Smith Cooper has promoted four individuals across their tax and VAT and indirect taxes teams to Partner as of 1st April 2022. The four newly promoted Partners are Gavin West, Gary Devonshire, Natasha Scott and Adam Rollason. Gavin West, Head of VAT and Indirect Taxes, has been with the firm for 6 years and has over 20 years’ experienceworking on VAT and other indirect tax issues from all perspectives, including for HMRC. Gary Devonshire, based in the Derby office, joined the PKF Smith Cooper tax advisory team in January 2019 and heads up the Innovation and Property Taxes offering, helping clients across a range of sectors access vital funding through tax incentives to enable growth, increase profitability, reduce risk and enable further investment in R&D and capital investments. Natasha Scott has been with the firm for 13 years, having joined the Nottingham office as a tax apprentice. Natasha works in the corporate tax advisory team and has a particular focus on Corporation Tax and tax advisory work. Adam Rollason joined the Birmingham office in September 2020 and heads up the transactional tax offering for PKF Smith Cooper. Adam advises on all types of corporate transactions, helping clients to effectively navigate the comprehensive UK tax system. James Bagley, Managing Partner said: “We are extremely pleased to announce these promotions which reflect our ongoing commitment to recognising success in our team and the continued growth of our business. He added: “It is hugely rewarding and incredibly important to see our team continuing to develop and progress and I, and everyone at PKF Smith Cooper, look forward to working closely with Gavin, Gary, Natasha and Adam in their new roles, as we look to build on recent successes and continue to grow and develop the firm, our teams and our offering.” David Nelson, Senior Partner, added: “As a forward thinking and progressive accountancy and business advisory firm, we are committed to recruiting and retaining the very best people. Ensuring our clients have the greatest access to expertise, and our team members have Partners who are dedicated to their development remains a key objective for us, and we’re delighted to start the new financial year by adding four new Partners to the team.” PKF Smith Cooper now has 17 Partners based across their four main offices in Derby, Birmingham, Nottinghamand Ashbourne. Pkf Smith Cooper Announce Four Partner Promotions Harvest Trading Cap continues to expand in international markets, this time being part of the friendship meeting between El Salvador and Israel. On Wednesday March 23rd, 2022 Jairo Gonzalez MA CEO of Harvest Trading Cap had the honor of being a special guest of Mr. Yossi Abadi Honorary Consul of El Salvador in Israel at the Ties of Friendship Cocktail between Israel - El Salvador, this event was held at the Sheraton President Hotel. The event was commemorated with the objective of strengthening the friendly relations and commercial exchange between both nations. Jairo Gonzalez traveled from the Dominican Republic to the city of San Salvador to be part of this worthy ceremony, where he witnessed the appointment of Mr. Yossi Abadi Honorary Consul of El Salvador in Israel, listed by Forbes magazine as “The most recognized Israeli in Central America” and “One of the opinion leaders in Latin America for his social vision”. González in continuity with the educational development plan in blockchain technologies in collaboration and representation with the Jerusalem Foundation chaired by Dr. Laura Ventura, took advantage of this space to express the progress and projections that they wish to continue developing for growth in the field of new financial technologies (Fintech) to local and international entrepreneurs, officials and other special guests. Among the special guests were the current Vice President of the Government of the Republic of El Salvador Dr. Felix Augusto Antonio Ulloa, Director of Reconstruction of the Social Fabric Mr. Carlos Marroquin, Secretary of Innovation of the Presidency of the Republic of El Salvador Ms. Claudia Larin, Ambassador of Mexico in El Salvador Mr. Ricardo Cantu Garza, Mayor of Tepecoyo Janet Gonzalez and Deputy for the Department of Santa Ana Mr. Jose Safie. Likewise, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao. Binance is one of the most popular cryptoasset exchange houses in the world and its cryptocurrencies BNB is one of the most traded on the market, behind bitcoin, Ethereum and Tether. This event, is the expression of the friendship of two great peoples and their desire for solidarity, rapprochement, cultural, economic exchange, visions and traditions. “In less than three years, El Salvador has experienced one of the most historic transformations we have witnessed in recent decades. El Salvador went from being the most violent country in the world, to a country full of opportunities. It went from being a country of fear, to a country of hope.” Yossi Abadi expressed. “El Salvador, being the first country to recognize bitcoin as legal tender, not only made history, not only broke paradigms, but also turned its territory into a magnet for high caliber investors,” he added. Aware of the needs and difficulties that represented the Salvadoran nation, giving way to the development of new technologies and expansion for large entrepreneurs and international investors, in that aspect Israel and El Salvador can generate an extraordinary alliance, an alliance between the Bitcoin Nation and the Start Up Nation.

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 6 App Innovators Secure Success The power of good applications has allowed many businesses to thrive over the last few years, connecting with clients and building strong brand identity. The team at Zero Gravity set a new standard in this field, harnessing creativity and innovation to deliver exceptional services. The leadership of Tariq Al Hosani has been key to this growth, which is why he was named CEO of the Year, 2021 - the United Arab Emirates. We take a closer look to discover more about him and his incredible success. ounded in 2015, Zero Gravity has pushed into new frontiers when it comes to inspiring its customers. As the world of IT and multimedia solutions becomes increasingly more important to businesses, they have grown and developed at an astonishing pace. With new opportunities in this market constantly appearing, it’s clear that their expansion will not be slowing any time soon. Since opening their doors seven years ago, more than 100 successful applications have been launched by the team for a host of clients based both in the UAE and overseas. These apps are based on Android and iOS platforms and are specifically designed to engage their clients with potential customers. Zero Gravity then extended into the media field, establishing a team of experts from the UAE and across the world to create captivating tales to their audiences via traditional and digital media channels. Over the years, the firm has been entrusted with work from various private clients as well as many projects in the public sector including various collaborations with Abu Dhabi Government Department of Community Development, G42 for the UAE Genome Project. To enable them to remain at the forefront of the technological and media developments driving this industry forward, the firm has partnered with esteemed international businesses such as Microsoft, IBM, and Siemens. The team at Zero Gravity also work closely with innovative young people who are just entering into the market. Their bold approach to the technology and media industry can revolutionise the way in which not just Zero Gravity operates, but the market as a whole. The team has often been able to upgrade these concepts into workable SMEs, and later market stars within the economy. The theme of collaboration is one very close to the heart of CEO Tariq Al Hosani. The growth of this incredible company is due in no small part to his desire to ensure that his team are empowered to make the decisions that will serve their clients and their client’s customers to the highest possible standards. Over the years, he has established a team of specialists in the field, able to offer in-depth understanding to everyone of their stakeholders. For every project, no matter what the firm, a dedicated team is formed to deliver results of the highest standards. With web applications able to be found anywhere in the world, it’s vital to success that an international approach is maintained at all times. This ability to trust employees to deliver runs through every part of the company. It pushes everyone in the business to become better professionals and to achieve breakthroughs that have never been considered before. Senior management has been trained to make as unbiased choices, with teammates explaining and discussing situations together to fix any issue that may arise. When everyone is pushing forward in this way, Tariq sees his job as providing everyone with the tools they need to develop and thrive. The results of this strategic collaboration have been immensely positive for the Zero Gravity team, opening the doors to new ideas and fresh innovations in this rapidly evolving market. As employees feel comfortable enough to approach senior leadership, they are motivated to express new ideas that will optimize work for all. When looking to add new members to the team, Tariq seeks employees who will always do what’s right, who can adjust to ensure that projects are done on schedule, and who care about their clients by offering after-sales services. As CEO, Tariq has had to oversee the transformation not only of Zero Gravity, but of how it slots into the digital revolution that is changing the UAE. Organizations of every size in both the private and public sectors can see the need to digitize their activities, and those that are already committed to this, such as Zero Gravity, have thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic. As companies begin to recover from this world-changing event, they have quickly seen the value in the services offered by the Zero Gravity team. Many new clients have turned to the team in need of apps which will allow users to perform services online more affordably and efficiently. The growth of Zero Gravity, despite the various challenges of the last couple of years, is assured thanks to the astonishing leadership of Tariq. With a staff that is Oct21240 F

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 7 empowered and established, and a clientele that values their efforts, it’s clear that the firm is set on a path of growth. Zero Gravity is currently investing in various industries, with projects launched in the MENA region covering a host of different sectors. This includes the IT and media sector, health sector, agriculture, renewable energy, and banking to name a few. The breadth of demand showcases the need for the team to be constantly pushing forward. The Zero Gravity team are also looking at the investment opportunities available in several African countries. With the team already working in a wealth of different sectors, there is enormous potential for the firm if it can be established in this new market. The business volume of this development is estimated at more than one billion dirhams, and it is expected that during the coming period, the volume of this business will increase. This is due to a host of new projects and the implementation of various investment projects in several African countries. Leadership is not always about having the right answers. In fact, Tariq Al Hosani has found that his success has come from empowering others to find paths forward that have never been considered before. The success of Zero Gravity comes from an approach which steps back and trusts the team to deliver. The UAE is a place where opportunity is rife, and the technology and media sectors are constantly evolving. There is enormous potential for companies to thrive, and nowhere is that better shown than through the success of Zero Gravity. Company: Zero Gravity Name: Tariq Al Hosani Email: [email protected] Web Address:

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 8 Patient Engagement in the Digital Age When it comes to healthcare, people have higher and higher standards. They need to be engaged and understood to ensure the treatment process is as smooth as possible. The team at PatientBond, led by Justin Dearborn, is at the forefront of this transformation. Justin was named Most Influential CEO 2022 - the USA for his efforts. Having achieved such remarkable success, we thought it the right time to catch up and find out more about how he did it. ealthcare depends on medical professionals engaging with patients and patients engaging with medical professionals. Founded by leaders in the field of digital health, the team at PatientBond have built their reputation on offering sophisticated, scientific methods for understanding consumers, integrating a proprietary psychographic segmentation model and machine learning with a dynamic, multichannel workflows for patient engagement. Those who turn to PatientBond can use this impressive platform either on its own or as part of a customer’s existing CRM or EMR investment to interact with patients via email, text messaging, automated phone calls and other digital channels. By leveraging healthcare consumer insights and innovative technology solutions, PatientBond has played a crucial role in building tighter bonds between patients and medical teams. As CEO, Justin Dearborn has overseen many of these changes in a rapidly growing market. “The patient engagement technology market is extremely competitive,” he tells us, “and a company needs to truly differentiate to stand out. Our proprietary psychographic segmentation model, based on decades of consumer science, and user-friendly interfaces yield superior results.” With customers that include hospitals, health systems, insurance companies, urgent care providers, physician practices and life sciences, it’s vital that the information gathered by the PatientBond team can be adapted to their individual needs. “We can scale individualized, personalized engagement across any size population, which is a significant competitive advantage,” explains Justin. It’s part of the reason that so many people turn to the team for help. “We help our customers improve health outcomes by closing care gaps, reducing unnecessary hospital readmissions and promoting healthy and preventative behaviors,” he informs us. It’s this increase in capacity that makes PatientBond such a vital part of so many organizations’ success. The popularity of PatientBond has seen it become renowned for its high quality and trustworthiness. “For the third year in a row, we have achieved an industryleading 80+ Net Promoter Score among our customers, when the average IT company NPS is only 33,” Justin proudly tells us. “Our company character is “always happy but seldom satisfied,” which underscores our commitment to innovation, excellence and customer service.” By continuing to find ways to push forward, the PatientBond team has been able to secure ever-increasing heights of success. The last few years have presented new challenges, due in no small part to the pandemic, but this has benefitted the PatientBond team significantly. “Digital health overall saw a big bump as patients were hesitant to visit a doctor’s office in-person,” Justin explains. Moving forward, he plans to oversee a growth of 100% in revenue over 2022. New roles are needed to add to the increasingly busy team. “Our vision is to be the industry leader in activating positive and desired healthcare consumer behaviors using our combination of proprietary psychographic insights and our innovative technology solutions,” we are told. “Healthcare consumers will expect and demand personalized experiences that they experience in other industries.” As the world continues to change, it’s vital that the healthcare sector change with it. Now, with a bold new future ahead of Justin and his team, we cannot wait to see how PatientBond drives the transformation of the health industry. Their efforts have put them in an excellent position, now, and when it comes to delivering on the measures yet to come. Company: PatientBond, Inc. Name: Justin Dearborn Email: ju[email protected] Web Address: Feb22295 H

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 9 Study: These 10 universities have produced the most CEOs What type of education does it take to climb to the top of the largest companies? The online learning provider Preply has conducted extensive research to identify the best schools for becoming a leading CEO. Top 10 Universities With the Most CEO Graduates Globally: 1. Harvard University 2. Ecole Centrale de Paris 3. University of Pennsylvania 4. Stanford University 5. University of California 6. Columbia University 7. Northwestern University 8. INSEAD Business School 9. Seoul National University 10. New York University Most CEOs have a degree in economics, business, and engineering The majority studied economics (11.6%), business (7.6%), engineering (5.3%), law (4.1%), and finance (3.3%). 35% of top CEOs have a master’s or doctorate There are, of course, plenty of CEOs with master’s or doctorate degrees (35%). There are also plenty of MBAs - 227, to be exact. But there are at least 192 executives in the study who didn’t go to graduate school. These include current and former big-company CEOs such as Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and Richard Branson of Virgin. There is no one type of university for becoming a CEO There is no one type of university that dominates the list, either. From the ten universities that graduated the most CEOs globally, the list includes traditional liberal arts universities, Ivy League schools, public universities, and schools known for their technology and computer science programs. The degrees of the Forbes list leaders demonstrate that a variety of universities - some household names and others hidden gems can put you on a path to success to becoming a CEO. Amy Pritchett, Student Success Manager of Preply, says: “The Forbes list of CEOs are arguably some of the most influential leaders globally. So we wanted to understand better what this elite group of people has in common and what it takes to climb to the top. We know that many universities offer exceptional education and business degrees. So we wanted to find out if there are universities with a track record of developing strong leadership. Looking at this research, it’s clear that some universities have the right ingredients to create successful CEOs.” To view “The Best universities to Become a CEO,” visit: best-college-to-becomea-ceo/ Jan22707 Most CEOs have a degree in economics, business, and engineering “ “

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 10 UK’s Brave FaceWorkplace Culture Takes Its Toll As 3 In 4 SurveyedWorkers Now Suffer From ‘Pleasanteeism’

CEO MONTHLY / ISSUE 4 2022 11 ‘Pleasanteeism’ – the pressure to put on a brave face – is on the rise across the UK, as three quarters (75%) of workers surveyed admit to feeling like they have to put on a brave face in front of their colleagues, regardless of how they’re really feeling. • Pleasanteeism is increasing among UK workers, with 75% of those surveyed now admitting to putting on a brave face at work, in comparison to 51% of those surveyed in May 2021 • This decline in wellbeing is having a significant impact on the UK economy, with pleasanteeism driving up absences and accounting for as many as 67 million working days lost per year • Non-managerial staff are bearing the brunt of this phenomenon, with money and the rising cost of living among the top concerns contributing to pleasanteeism • Lime backs UK workers’ call for greater health and wellbeing support for every employee not just the select few – to improve staff health, while driving down absenteeism and boosting UK productivity According to new research, released today by Lime Global, the provider of affordable and accessible whole of workforce health and wellbeing solutions, pleasanteeism is up by 24 percentage points from May 2021 – when just over half (51%) of workers admitted to suffering from this phenomenon. With more workers masking how they really feel than ever before, pleasanteeism is having a significant impact on the productivity of UK businesses. Findings from the research revealed that over half (54%) of employees have taken time off work due to feeling like they have to put on a brave face. In fact, on average, workers take 2.75 days off per year as a result of this brave face culture. Across the entire UK workforce, this could add up to as many as 67 million[2] days lost each year due to pleasanteeism alone. If left unaddressed, this could become a catastrophic problem, affecting absenteeism levels across businesses that are already struggling amid the pandemic, and staff shortages caused by Brexit and the rapid spread of Omicron. Not only is this driving up absence rates, but workers also revealed that having to put on a brave face at work impacts their ability to do their job effectively, with a third (33%) of those who feel like they have had to put on a brave face admitting that they have been unable to concentrate at work or had an unproductive day. Non-managerial staff bearing the brunt Non-managerial staff appear to be bearing the brunt of the phenomenon. When it comes to opening up about their problems, these workers are more likely to suffer in silence than managerial staff, with 30% not wanting to make a fuss about what they’re going through compared to 25% of managerial staff. 28% also don’t feel comfortable talking about their problems at work in comparison to 24% of managers, while 23% worry that people would talk behind their back, in comparison to 15% of managerial workers. Top concerns for non-managerial staff include worrying behind the scenes about money and the cost of living, which impacts 36% of nonmanagerial staff in comparison to 21% of managerial staff. The research also found that 29% of non-managerial staff admit to being stressed at work, in comparison to 24% of their managerial colleagues. Better support and benefits for every employee Findings from the research demonstrate that more can be done to tackle pleasanteeism and the negative impact that it is having on UK workers and business productivity. In fact, half (50%) of respondents revealed that their expectations of their employer to support their mental health are higher now than they were before the pandemic, however they expect this support to be offered to every member of staff. 65% of workers surveyed said that they believe benefits should be offered to the whole of a company’s workforce, not just the select few, while 45% said that it’s unfair that healthcare and wellbeing benefits aren’t currently offered to their whole workforce. Shaun Williams, CEO & Founder, Lime Global Ltd, commented: “After two years of stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic, concerns over health and wellbeing are understandably on the rise. It’s therefore vital that businesses and HR managers act to offer each one of their employees as much support as possible. Not only is it the right thing to do, but amid a backdrop of economic uncertainty, low productivity, and staff shortages, it will be crucial to help drive down absenteeism and protect businesses’ bottom lines. “Providing access to inclusive healthcare benefits – that are designed to make a tangible impact – combined with a company culture that supports health and wellbeing, are key steps that HR managers should take to produce a happier, healthier and more productive workforce.” Many workers also said they would welcome small initiatives from their employer including mental health days off (24%), and greater flexibility in working hours (22%). While 23% said they would like their employer to be more mindful of their workload and work/life balance. Gethin Nadin, Director of Employee Wellbeing at Benefex, commented: “After a difficult couple of years, one positive from the Covid-19 pandemic is that it has forced many employers to pay closer attention to the health and wellbeing of employees. But for any support to be effective, it’s vital employees are able to open up to their colleagues and managers about the way they are feeling. There is clearly a desperate need for us all to create cultures at work whereby sharing your vulnerability and discussing whatever challenges you may be facing is not seen as a weakness. Employees should not feel like taking time off is the only way to deal with increased stress. This work will now be a vital determining factor for the workforces that retain engaged, happy and productive employees.” Nov21612

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