Here’s How Stream Energy Cares

Stream Energy is a provider of home services and access to commodities like electricity, natural gas, Internet access, and mobile phone service. The company was founded in 2005 and operates its headquarters in Dallas, Texas, the city it was created in by Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshajki some years ago. Currently, the company has more than 250 employees, making it one of the largest such companies in the United States.

Just three months ago, Patch featured an article that covered the good deed Stream Energy most recently executed chosen from its laundry list of similarly major plans, which was creating the Stream Cares Foundation, a philanthropic organization that helps both the people of Dallas and those of its surrounding cities with goods, services, and other support they need.

When the people of Dallas were blindsided by the mass damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, many people were there to help, including those hailing from none other than Stream Energy. With some parts of Houston, a major city and metropolitan area reasonably close to Dallas, receiving nearly five feet of rain, not to mention gale-force winds and being exposed to environmental hazards like nearby chemical supply companies leaking their flammable and otherwise dangerous stock into flooded areas, people trapped in the area were very much in need of the aid of organizations like Stream Energy.

Stream Energy and Stream Cares are also very much worried about the chronic problem of homelessness. Even though the United States of America is unarguably the wealthiest nation on planet Earth – it also has the most active economy, blowing second-place China out of the proverbial waters of economic power – hundreds of thousands of people across the United States are faced with the problem of homelessness.

Recently, Stream Cares hooked up with Hope Supply Company, a philanthropic organization created nearly 30 years ago that is also located in Dallas, not too far away from the Stream Energy campus. Not too long ago, the two companies had joined forces to distribute both monetary assistance and toys for the children of more than 1,000 households, an accomplishment that is nothing short of substantial.

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Shervin Pishevar Hints That Silicon Valley Is No Longer the Tech Giant It One Was

Suffice to say, Silicon Valley is known as the center of tech innovations in America. As a matter of fact, Shervin Pishevar is an angel investor in some of the most reputable tech companies in this Silicon Valley. On February 2018, Shervin Pishevar went on a 21-hour long tweet storm, and one of the topics he touched on is tech innovations in Silicon Valley, concerning big companies and startups.

As an entrepreneur, Shervin Pishevar has played a significant role in the current state of Silicon Valley. In his tweets, he mentions that Silicon Valley is no longer the giant it was in tech innovations. He tweeted that “A tectonic shift in has been brewing as Silicon Valley has lost some of its competitive edge against competing zones of innovation.” Why is this the case? Innovation is mostly creativity. People from different parts of the globe now have the skill set and know-how needed to develop tech innovations of their own.

Innovation also involves a lot of technical and engineering skills. And as Shervin Pishevar notes, there is not enough workforce in the U.S. to fill these positions. As a result, Silicon Valley has lost its competitive edge to other regions that have the ability to create their own products.

Truth be told, there is a lot of talent out there. If Silicon Valley wishes to remain at the top, it is time immigrants were allowed to come into the country. Pishevar goes on to mention that “But while we build walls physical and culture to keep out immigrant talent that talent doesn’t need to come here anymore.” He also tweeted that “As I’ve said before Silicon Valley is it longer a physical place but an idea that’s gone viral. Entrepreneurship is a movement. Borderless.”

What does this mean? If Silicon Valley wants to continue experiencing growth, they have to bring in immigrants who have the needed skills. If they don’t do so, other zones will take over and capture more talent, leaving Silicon Valley behind.

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