(PRWEB) January 7, 2005
StreetSignals (http://www.streetsignals.com), a nationwide financial radio show and global webcast, produced by Investrend Broadcast (http://www.investrendbroadcast.com), features Daniel Imperato, global business minister for Hercules Global Interests (http://www.herculesglobalinterests.com).
Interviewed by StreetSignals host Drew Connolly was Imperato, who talked about Hercules business ministry for youth between 18 to 25 years old, and a current new public company, DocuCourier Corp., being developed by a 22 year old CEO who is following the Hercules philosophy and business plan.
An article in the Boca News earlier this year profiles Imperato:
To his subjects, he's Sir Daniel Imperato, Papal Knight and Knight of Malta. To the African Center Foundation for AIDS and HIV, he is a member of the board. To his clients all over the world, he is a Godsend.
What does he call himself? Daniel Imperato, Global Business Minister.
An international presenter on global business and the founder of a company of his namesake (Imperato Organization), Imperato says he is a man of world power and global wisdom.
From Italy to Argentina, China to Israel, Imperato connects businesses to global markets in more than 70 countries, and it all started with a little bit of "street-smarts," he said.
Imperato grew up as an altar boy on the rough side of Boston, where he played hockey and developed keen insight into business and interpersonal interaction through a variety of occupations. After learning from experiences as a busboy, waiter, insurance salesman, auto salesman, commodities broker, and assistant auctioneer and appraiser, Imperato decided that not only did he want to see the world, but he wanted to be connected to the people around it.
"I pursued this field to get the greatest education one could have through tremendous global knowledge and experience, and then to give back to the people what I was able to gain," said Imperato.
His pursuit of global business began at age 18 when he founded, financed and operated a multi-million dollar international gold jewelry business with the help of a college marketing professor.
He went on to become an international adviser facilitating strategic partnerships for corporations looking to expand worldwide and advised shopping center developers and landowners on international retail and tenant leasing to access global capital.
Imperato's most recent project involved planning and developing a multi-billion dollar sub-sea fiber optic cable connecting 70 countries worldwide.
And now he's using his experience to guide others. Imperato gives presentations all over the world, with the three most popular being "Global Business Favor," "Global Political Favor," and "Global Religious Favor," which all give advice about how to win favor and break down international barriers.
"In many parts of the world, religion permeates the business environment and religious leaders significantly influence business decisions," said Imperato. "I specialize in helping businesses reach the globe at Godspeed."
Although he lives in West Palm, Imperato has what he calls "a sanctuary Boca office," in which he helps Boca businesses expand globally.
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