Stream Energy came into operation in 2005. It is now the biggest direct connected life service company in the United States of America. The company has specialized in offering energy, home, and protective services to its clients. They have used the idea of using verbal communication to sell energy and expand their markets. Stream Energy has now served different states such as Texas, Pennsylvania, New York, Washington DC and many more.
After growing into a big company, Stream Energy has started giving back to the society in the time of need. It has used part of the money earned from its successful energy sales in a philanthropy mission. One of the Stream Energy operating in Dallas created a foundation called the Stream Cares Foundation, which in partnership with Hope Supply CO, helped the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey was a massive rain disaster, which stroke across the Houston, causing a great flood in the whole area. As a result, many people died, and others left homeless. Stream Energy company come in the hour of need to remedy the situation. The company helped the victims with the fund to ease their recovery from the loss.
This unselfish act was part of the companies’ mission to steer the charity goal through their charity foundation called “Stream Cares.” This foundation’s primary aim is to help those in need (buy offering support) across the whole country. This act of philanthropy has helped the company to gain a lot of reputation to both potential clients and the public as the whole since it directly gives back to the community.
The employees of the company also give part of their share to support the charity events. One of their primary mission is eradicating the issue of homeless living. The company achieved this by conducting an annual event called Splash for Hope. This event is mainly conducted to help the homeless kids. The company in partnership with Hope Supply CO. provides the homeless children with stationaries, clothing, diapers, and food.
Stream Energy has helped the needy in both Texas and Dallas. This effort shows an act of corporate generosity. As a result, the company enjoys a lot of reputation.
On February 5, 2018, Shervin Pishevar started a tweet storm that spanned 21 hours. The majority of the tweets were focused on why he feels that big companies in the United States will fall, why the US stock market will continue to go down, and why an economic disaster has the potential to lead to a new kind of economy.
Shervin Pishevar is most well-known for his involvement in Sherpa Capital. In 2013, he helped found this fund in order to serve as a venture capital company and startup advisory. He even served as a strategic advisor for Uber for a couple of years. Before his 21 hour tweet rant, the last time that Shervin Pishevar used Twitter was to let people know he would be leaving Sherpa Capital.
The 50 tweets that Shervin Pishevar sent out acknowledge unstable conditions in the United States. He talked about the stock market continuing to go down. In fact, he predicts that in the coming months it will go down an aggregate 6,000 points. He talked about underemployment and described it as a systemic economic stasis. He also warned that inflation would spread. However, he did offer a glimmer of hope. He feels that when middlemen are irrelevant, everyone will be able to enjoy a global economy that is efficient and frictionless.
These are notions that Shervin Pishevar has expressed in the past. For many years, he has fought for a more transparent society. He wants a society without as many bottlenecks on innovation.
Shervin Pishevar is one of the cofounders of Virgin Hyperloop One. He feels that this company as well as SpaceX are moonshots that will do good work. However, he has some dark predictions for a few big companies in the United States, including Alphabet, Google, and Microsoft. He feels that since these big companies are built on monopoly frameworks, they will eventually fall. If they do not completely fall, he thinks that they will lose some of their influence. This is something that he feels is good for short-term economic growth, considering the fact that big companies will no longer be able to buy out small startups.