Sam Tabar To Serve As CFO Of Awearable Apparel

Posted by Cameron on November 22, 2016 in COO, Investment Strategy |

Towards A Bright Green Future

Awearable Apparel has officially given Sam Tabar the title of Chief Operations Officer. With this position Tabar will carry out duties revolving around the investment strategy Full Cycle will pursue. The investment strategy of Full Cycle is more socially conscious than most investors in the finance industry. Full Cycle doesn’t just want to make money it also wants to promote alternative energy and leave a cleaner healthier planet. In order to do this Full Cycle finds the best alternative energy and waste management startups to put its money in. Fortunately Sam Tabar has a long history of socially conscious investments and understands how to make progress profitable.

Big Money In Green Energy

At the core of Full Cycle Fund is the pursuit of alternatives to our current energy paradigm. The renewable energy industries are growing at an accelerating rate while the traditional energy industries are seeing massive declines. The solar energy industry, to cite an example, now employs more people than the oil industry. Understanding where the growth in this country is headed Sam Tabar orients his investments towards that direction. He understands that putting money into the dying status quo is short sighted.

A History Of Guessing Right

Throughout his career in the finance industry Tabar’s Advisory firm has made it’s mission to make investments into progress and social change. He has used his position to change the social paradigm and steer the investment management world towards progressive trends. Whether its empowering women across the world or finding a solution to our trash problems he finds the answer and puts his weight behind it. With him at the helm of Full Cycle Fund it is likely that we will see the best days of this company ahead of it.

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