Meet the tech entrepreneur turned developer investing it all in Easton | Lehigh Valley Regional News

EASTON, Pa. – A new developer is investing all of his time and money into Easton. His projects range from historic mansions to prime real estate in Center Square.

Hagai Feiner started out as a tech entrepreneur in California, founding Access Networks, and then needed an East Coast location. His wife is from the Lehigh Valley.

“Bethlehem Steel kind of family,” said Feiner.

It makes sense he was drawn to Easton, which is experiencing a revival.

“There is a lot of history here, and people are sweet,” Feiner said. “All of those factors along with an inviting government creates this magnet.”

Feiner says one of his first lessons as boss was culture eats strategy for breakfast.

“The space you create and the way you treat people is what drives success,” said Feiner.

He redid 225 Ferry Street for his company’s home base and loved designing the space so much that

Houstonian breaking barriers in construction industry for latinos

Raquel Boujourne, the owner and CEO of Indi Construction Partners, is gaining ground as one of the largest general contractors in Houston.

HOUSTON — A Friendswood family that has helped build Houston roads, schools, and restaurants is breaking barriers for Latinos.

Indi Construction Partners is owned and operated by a Hispanic woman who is quickly gaining ground as one of the largest general contractors in the city.

Everywhere you turn in Houston, you’re likely to find something under construction. But there’s a unique story buried beneath a new road expansion project on El Dorado Drive in Friendswood.

Raquel Boujourne, a Hispanic woman, is the founder and CEO of Groupo Indi Construction. She oversees the operation and runs what has become the largest Latino construction company in the city.

“We’re eighth-generation Texans. The border crossed us. We didn’t cross the border,” Boujourne said.

Boujourne’s career started on a different stage. The

Minneapolis community leader, entrepreneur partners with Target

The multi-year partnership with Houston White features menswear-inspired apparel and accessories that reflect White’s unique point of view.

MINNEAPOLIS — For more than a decade, Houston White’s business ventures have taken off in north Minneapolis.

It’s a place he’s always called home, and now, a lifelong passion is breathing a new life in Target stores across the country and online.

“The line is about 40-plus pieces. One of my favorites is a vest with a quilt pattern on the back, which is an homage to my grandmother,” said Houston White.

White has a community barbershop, clothing line and specialty coffee company. He’s also a longtime community leader, inspiring the next generation.

“I think I’ve always been in the clothing business. To be honest, I’ve always loved clothes,” said White. “My mom was a fashionista before I even knew what that term meant. I just used to see her spend time

Shraddha Kapoor graces the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine! : Bollywood News

Bollywood superstar, Shraddha Kapoor has donned multiple hats of talent in her decade-long career and has always succeeded in every single path she paved her way into. Now after becoming one of the most talented actresses, dancers, and singers in the industry, Shraddha finds her space in one of the leading business magazines, Entrepreneur Magazine. Shraddha has always hit the bull’s eye with her hardworking spirit, determined attitude, and consistency.

Shraddha Kapoor graces the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine!

Today, the social media handle of Entrepreneur Magazine posted a picture of Shraddha Kapoor as the cover girl of this business magazine, where they referred to her as the ‘Super Investor actress’. In the caption, they wrote “There’s a ‘New Girl’ on our new cover! In our special #Tomorrowlnc issue this September, @shraddhakapoor shares it all on startups and stardom #BuildingtheNext”

Shraddha Kapoor graces the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine!

Recently, Shraddha Kapoor spoke about her interest in writing a book,

Alessandro Advisors founder didn’t qualify for DACA

Ten years ago, Alessandro Negrete missed out on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — better known as DACA — a policy that gives certain immigrant youth who were brought to the United States as children a work permit and protection from deportation. In 2008, Negrete had been arrested for being drunk in public and fighting with a police officer. Although he eventually got his record expunged 10 years later, it kept him from qualifying for immigration relief.

His lack of DACA changed the trajectory of his life — pushing him toward success. Now, the 39-year-old, who came from Mexico as a baby with his mother, is an entrepreneur. He earns a six-figure salary as a communications, political and philanthropic strategy consultant. He makes his own schedule. He’s looking to buy his first home in Los Angeles.

“As people of color, growing up in poverty pushes us. I