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Posted: February 12th, 2013 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Investor Visas, Sarasota Immigrants | Tags: Archivedi, E-2 Investor Visa, Sarasota HuB | No Comments »
Stefan Wild is a Sarasota immigrant who recently founded an IT start-up in the HuB. His company, archivedi, provides a very valuable service: storage and sharing of media files on the cloud.
Does your organization have to deal with a lot of media files like images (photos), videos, documents or audio? Then you need a place to store those, and you will want to easily find and then securely share them with branch offices, colleagues, clients, journalists, advertising agencies, …
Here’s where archivedi comes into play. You can store all your media files in the cloud on their secure servers. For cataloging, you can freely define your own criteria (like product line, article number, event, catalogue page), so you find the files you need in a matter of seconds. archivedi then lets you share them selectively with anyone, cleverly working around the limitations of E-Mail attachments by just sending out an individual link to the archivedi web site, where the recipient can pick a format or resolution he or she needs and download directly from there.
So whether you want to get the video and photos from the last fundraiser to the press and sponsors, your webmaster needs that photo of the CEO, or the office in Europe wants access to the product photos from the newest catalog – you’re all set with archivedi.
archivedi is based on the open source digital asset management (DAM) software ResourceSpace, that is being used by organizations around the world.
Mr. Wild is well qualified to serve as President of archivedi. He earned a Diplom-Informatiker (FH) degree from the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund, Germany, in 2010 and has over 14 years of experience working as a web developer and consultant in his own business for corporations in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. He had existing contacts in Sarasota and when he heard that the HuB was opening he decided to make the jump to the United States. He plans to expand archivedi’s business as well as build new ideas for more start-ups.
archivedis office in the HuB
Visit archivedi’s website and check out their innovative system for yourself.
Posted: August 11th, 2012 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Investor Visas | Tags: E-2 Investor Visa, Sarasota Immigrants, Sarasota Real Estate | No Comments »
Official logo of Sarasota, Florida (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Sarasota, the Gem of Florida’s Gulf Coast, is located about fifty miles South of Tampa and is a year round cultural and outdoor destination for 100′s of thousands of visitors annually.
Many vacationers get “sand in their shoes”, which is a local term for the need to find a way to relocate or at least retire here.
Sarasota is home to a Symphony Orchestra, Ballet, Opera, many fine live theaters and lots of golf courses. The “social season” runs January through May, with many black tie charitable fund raising events occurring in that period. That is also the time period that people escape the northern winter for a more welcoming climate.
Entrance to the Ringling Mansion “Ca’d'Zan”: Sarasota, Florida (Photo credit: State Library and Archives of Florida)
Siesta Beach, which has sand the consistency of sugar, was voted the number one beach in THE WORLD in 2011. Sarasota also boasts the world renowned Ringling School of Art and Design and the Ringling Fine Art Museum.
Vacation rentals are abundant here, whether you prefer Carlton-Ritz style accommodations, or a laid back motel on the beach, Sarasota will fulfil your tropical holiday dreams.
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3945 Sawyer Road
Sarasota, FL 34233
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Find out more about how to use a real-estate based strategy to qualify for an E-2 investor visa.
Posted: July 16th, 2012 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Sarasota Immigrants | Tags: E-2 Investor Visa, Immigration Canada Sarasota, Immigration Lawyer Sarasota | No Comments »
Sarasota immigrant Mari-Anne Saunders (on right) preparing the Legacy Trail General Store for opening
Dickson Richard is a Sarasota immigrant with a fun and useful business proposal; opening the only retail store on the length of the Legacy Trail. Called the Legacy Trail General Store it will be located at 595 Church St, Nokomis. The property backs up to the Legacy Trail near its midpoint, not far from downtown Venice. It will offer nutritious snacks and beverages, useful paraphernalia for bikers and runners, and a nice quiet seating area to relax.
Reporters from local TV channels, radio stations, and newspapers have already been raving about the fledgling business. The General Store is a member of Friends of the Legacy Trail, Beautification of Venice, and has applied to be on the bicycle advisory board for Sarasota County.
25,000 people use the Legacy Trail every month during season; 13,000 during of-season. With numbers like these we believe that the Legacy Trail General Store stands poised for great success.