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EVURO inc company

Dear Dog walkers:

And so it all began when a voice came in the head of wishful humans: let there be connectivity- and then voom! there. Connection between the physical worlds was once a reality till earth did us part. Which is perhaps why our discontent led to an industrial revolution in the last Victorian century and then another revolution in the ‘Jobs-Gate’ century that birthed Cisco as DOS transformation from 1994 to 2005. The results are staggering: in my lifetime since JFK made the presidency of the USA more about humans than politicians I have gotten ‘A LiKE’ on twitter from a sitting 2 term president on twitter. Now that smells like connectedness. I even share a post with NBA and NFL stars.

Look don’t be jealous when I say I am more important that all the rich guys that boarded the titanic in 1912. Jeff Stibel of Bryant and Stibel venture even said Hi the other day on Before all these need to connect with our environment, before going the extra mile to make Facebook a household name over MySpace so we can say Hi to people we will never shake hands with in real life at the farmers, there was the wagging tail that loved us unconditionally.

Dogs are blinded by love and affection for humans. Their love is so strong we are forced to face ourselves in the mirror and take them off our carnivoreous menu. Cows and chicken must be jealous. Dog will do almost anything to makes us laugh or even stop to tickle them on our way to a serious bowl movement convention in the outback or restroom for those out of touch with nature.

Connection through devices is this century’s industrial revolution. Our time and space is so consummated by gadgets that we break up now on texting after a long affectinate 1 month of dating. Dogs got left out because they cannot text or drive. But there is hope in connecting with all love once like Fido the dog. EVURO dog eco leashes is yes a leash with the mission to calibrate the size and strength of the dog through our ecommerce site and suggest which of our leashes is good for the 189 lbs Shepard versus the 80 pound Beagle. Don’t roll yours eyes yet. You might have reflected fir a sec: What leash company can’t do that? I know. Relax.

EVURO dog comes with a scooping chamber integrated firmly with the retractable leash chamber. You insert quilted specially designed paper towel to scoop with a push of a button. You still have to bend to scoop but you do not touch the dog poop through some groceries plastic bag.

Ok back on track. There is a connectivity: evurodog ecoleash has a CAM to record still pictures and video moments at the park and send to your clouds database to share with your dog trainer before they make that traffic jam trip on Uber to see you. IoT is internet of things and it is a big deal at the EVURO INC start up. Our hightech trashcan that will convert the dog feces and paper to dry odorless pulp can notify us via cellular technology when it is full or malfunctions. Uber for trashcan gets the notification and our assigned trash remover will be on the scene to take care of it. We will see it all in our satellite location vis desktop as well. For 90 days our customers will enjoy free subscription of face time with the purchase of hardware that comes with evuroecoleash. The ECO signifies our commitment to aggregate the 11.6 million tons of dog poop per year in North America and process them to be ready as fertilizer additive for pet food farmers.

With EVURO dog leash all and wag dog walking staff in the field in people’s houses do not have to worry about E. Coli infestations from a stranger’s dog for only $30 paid moment.

            Everyone wins. Dog poop disgust is removed, over flowing landfills will turn around and man’s best friend will be in touch 24 hours via connectivity. EVURO, be the difference.

By Maximus Seneca





Driver less Car – New Concept

Driver less Car – New Concept – How can I reach Incubators, Technocrats, Venture Capitalists for the execution of this Startup ? We can compete with Google’s “Driver less” Car globally, as this Project will be having more number of plus points. (1) Separate track will be laid & used and the movement of vehicles will be monitored through software. (2) Infrastructure investment will be very less as this project will be using existing Metros / Railways. (3) Latest available Technologies in Tower Cranes, Vertical Lifts, Rope Ways, Hyper-loop Technology, etc will be used in miniature form. (4) Speed Transport is possible with the usage of Racing Car Technology.


Friction Free Capitalism

Jul 20, 2017

First coined in 1995 by Bill Gates, Friction Free Capitalism is, simply, the “enhanced efficiency of markets due to the ‘coming’ Internet revolution”.

NOTE: Learn how our Directors and Serial Entrepreneurs are leveraging NBN and Friction Free Capitalism on our new video page.

Doing a search on this term brings up reference to the author, book and definition, but also interestingly enough, several articles by established media outlets, also published back in the mid-90s, that relay a vision of the future of the Internet based on this term.

It’s amazing to see the accuracy of these articles when looking back from a world driven by Friction Free Capitalism. One look at today’s landscape (Google, Amazon, eBay, Angie’s List, e*Trade, etc.) and it’s hard to imagine pre-Internet times without today’s conveniences and transparency.

Prior to the Internet, just think about what we had to go through in order to do comparison shopping, check the credentials of a potential business partner, find out how a company treats their customers, what the best product is for our needs, quickly learn a craft, trade or skill, or simply get a quick answer to a question.

The Internet has removed so many barriers that it has completely changed our world in only a short couple of decades.

Even though it’s hard to imagine living in a world prior to the Internet, this is only the beginning. Right now we are in the midst of the biggest boom in the history of startup companies, and we’ve just barely seen the tip of the iceberg.

In 10 years, it’s predicted that approximately 75% of the companies that are out there…don’t yet exist today. That’s a big number, and it doesn’t take a lot of imagination to see how “right now” is a great time to get involved with startup and early stage companies.

It’s, as they say, a booming market.

Don’t forget to check out the new NBN “video page” to view our position in the world of “Friction Free Capitalism” with our “Friction Free Capitalization” model – at:


Family Business Matters

The 5 best attributes of successful family owned and owner managed businesses

Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of advising some very successful family owned and owner managed businesses. We will address them as FOMB for the article.

As we all know many FOMB’s rarely succeed after the second generation. Some of the reasons might be that family members are not motivated; there could be a sense of entitlement by family employees; skill sets are not professionally assessed; baggage from family disputes are often carried into the workplace; and compensation issues are just some of a list of factors that can negatively impact the long-term success of the business.

What I would like to address in this article are five behaviors and practices I have observed that successful FOMB’s adhere to in order to sustain their success and family culture for generations to come.

The five are as follows:

1) There is a very high regard placed on employees and vendors. Employees are regarded as family.

Significant turnover is unacceptable. Investments are made in professionally assessing the skill sets and motivations of their employees and vendors.

2) Every effort is made to design compensation models and buy in opportunities for their employees.

3) Likewise, vendors are also treated as family. Great effort has been invested in having a strong understanding of what each party’s values are and have them aligned so that there is a consistent quality culture that transcends to the customer. Much effort as possible is invested by the business to utilize the services of local vendors that share the same culture.

A good example of this is WAWA which has more than 30% of the company owned by their employees. Another is how Fresh Markets (now a publicly traded institution) built their reputation by offering unique and high-quality goods that were purchased locally.

4) The shareholders have no desire what-so-ever to become a publicly traded institution.  Starting with the founders, there is extreme pride in the company and its products and services. They would find it heretical at the thought of any succession strategy that could possibly dilute the culture of the business. That said, there are times when growth might require such a step.

For instance, Chobani, founded by Hamdi Ulukaya, started as a family owned business in upstate New York. The success of the Greek Style yogurt demanded that they expand throughout the United States. As such, Chobani management chose to finance this expansion by becoming a publicly traded institution. To the contrary, Dell Computers, founded by Michael S. Dell was private and became public has recently decided to become private again because of the reasons mentioned above.

Another example is the micro-beer industry. The industry has matured. Many of these companies have become very successful. Some of these companies have decided to maintain their culture and remain private. Their expansion has been based on strategic partnerships with other micro brewers located in various parts of the country. One example is noted by Dogfish Head Brewery’s, CEO, Sam Caligione’s brilliant strategic partnership with the Sierra Nevada Brewery.

5) The company directly supports charitable endeavors that their employees and vendors buy into.

Many of the successful FOMB’s that I have met or read about have a very strong belief that they are there to serve and are very grateful for their success. They do not take it for granted. They devote much time and effort to give back programs that they have a love for.

Not all of these traits mentioned above are a guarantee of success. In my opinion, these practices are a great way to manage a business and your life as well. Building friendships with those that share the same values are what makes one’s life rich. It is not the money that drives this type of success!





Flexible: Individuals who like to play with ideas and are willing to change their mind and are always on the lookout for new solutions.

Open-minded: Individuals who are aware of what’s going on and are willing to learn from others. Not defensive.

Independent: Individuals who think for themselves and make up their own mind. Not unduly influenced by others.

Sensitive: Individuals with keen empathy who strive to be aware of other people’s thoughts and feelings… and social problems that need solutions.

Persistent: Individuals who concentrate on their goals and have intense motivation to accomplish objectives even in the face of daunting obstacles.

Realistic: Individuals who are aware of the complexity of situations… but not overwhelmed by them. Reject over simplifications.

Foreseeing: Are individuals with a high threshold of frustration tolerance… with long-term perspectives allowing them to live with current uncertainty.

Expressive: Individuals with a healthy child-like attitude that is spontaneous… who are able to let loose and communicate their genuine feelings.

Curious: Individuals who tend to ask questions and challenge traditional ways of doing things.

Self-accepting: Are individuals who not only believe in themselves – and like who they are – but are constantly striving to become all they can be.

Commonwealth Capital, LLC