Cassio Audi’s experience in Music

Cassio Audi is a renowned expert in the investment sector in Brazil. Cassio’s teenage life was spent in music where he was a drummer. In 1985, he formed Viper Band based in Brazil. The band was comprised of five teenagers all who came from Brazil. They specialized in rock music, thrash metal, power metal and heavy metal. They drew their inspiration from the Iron Maiden band from England.The Viper band hit the ground running by doing their maiden album, The Killer sword in 1985. However, this was for trial purposes and Cassio Audi was featured playing drums. The Vipers kept the band active and they were very organized. They gained popularity across Brazil and their fans started demanding for an official album.

The band had spent enough time developing their talents and they felt it was time to give their fans the best record. Production of the first official record was done in 1987. Casio Audio perfected his drumming talent in the album titled The Soldiers of Sunrise. In Latin America and Brazil, the Viper band became the first to produce heavy metal genre. This music became so popular and they were adored all over Brazil. They even earned recognition across borders and they appeared in Kerrang magazine which was the best at that time. In fact, they sold over ten thousand copies of this record.

In 1989, the band did their second album, Theatre of Fate. Although there were a lot of established bands like Nirvana, their songs emerged the best. During this time, they performed their songs in the United States, Asia, and Europe. Amidst all the glory and success in the music industry, Cassio Audio decided to leave the band in 1989. He chose to change his career and joined Pontifical Catholic University in Sao Paulo, Brazil from 1989. In 1994, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. In 2000, he completed his master’s degree in Business Administration from the Sao Paulo University. He now concentrates on the investment industry.

How OSI Group Grew From A Small Business To A Multinational Concern

While OSI Group is one of the biggest providers of processed food on the globe they started out as a small business on the streets of Chicago, Illinois. Back at the turn of the 20th century, this city had a huge German-immigrant community. One of the people in this community was Otto Kolschowsky and he was a butcher. He decided to go into business for himself and started a small butcher shop. As time went on Otto’s two sons got old enough to join the business. He renamed his shop Otto & Sons. They started to develop the company into being both a butcher shop and a wholesale business, supplying meat to other butcher shops. It was a successful regional business with customers across Illinois.

With Otto having retired this company was owned and operated by his two sons. They had a friend named Ray Kroc who was a franchise agent for the Richard and Maurice McDonald family. They wanted to franchise their restaurant and Ray Kroc decided to open the first one himself in Ohio. He needed a supplier of fresh beef patties and so he turned to his friends at Otto & Sons. Over the years a Mcdonald’s got bigger and bigger so did Otto & Sons. In 1975, wanting to retire themselves, Otto’s two sons brought in Sheldon Lavin as a partner and the new chief executive officer.

The company’s name was changed to OSI Group and Sheldon Lavin started building this company into the multinational company it is today. The Global Meath Market Analysis Report of 2018 identified the trends of this industry, market gains, and forecast out to 2023. OSI Group was one of the companies this report analyzed along with others such as Kraft Heinz, Cargill, ConAgra Foods, Yurun Group, and others. The meat market is expected to continue to grow with chicken outperforming other types of proteins. Chicken is becoming an increasingly popular choice among consumers especially in Europe such as in Spain and Portugal. To meet this increasing need OSI Group recently upgraded its Spanish facility and can now produce twice as much meat as they used to be able to.