Recently, an article featured on the website, Exame.com explored the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which delved further into the future of technology while highlighting the wise insight offered by Banco BMG vice president, Marcio Alaor.
Overall, it appears the event was a showcase for the ever evolving world of tech, now operating at a pace beyond many’s comprehension. At the CES, the Ehang 184 drone certainly raised some eyebrows, with it’s space for a passenger, all together indicating that a future with flying cars may already be here. Other electric vehicles were on display. Volkswagen and Chevrolet both offered looks and brand new environmentally sound hybrids. Ford assured everyone of their plan to have thirteen hybrid vehicles for sale come 2020.
Volkswagen offered a look at their ‘Kombi’ update, recreated as an electric prototype. Such stunning examples of groundbreaking car related tech presents a glimpse into a future that is sans gas stations entirely. It appears that at the event, Marcio Alaor was more then present. It is assuring to see such a strong figure on the front lines of tech development. Alaor seems to consistently have his ear to the pulse.
It is rather remarkable just how relevant Marcio Alaor BMG has remained. He has served the people of Brazil for over eighty five years. Ultimately, this people are whom Marcio Alaor credits for his success.
He seems them as peers. It has always been important for the executive to remain humble and a man of the people. Marcio Alaor understands the struggle of the working of man, and of what it’s like to experience impoverished conditions. As a child, he shined shoes for a living.
In other words, he is a man who has his finger on the pulse, in part, because over the past several years he has never forgotten where he came from and remained close to home, and to the heart of his nation.
One of Marcio Alaor’s most distinctive passions in expressed in the spread of information, thus his tech savvy. He hopes to use all of his skills, and everything he has learned in finance to better educate people around the globe, and how economics affect everyone on a day to day basis.
He is a champion of people and also of Brazilian culture. According to Below The Crowd newsman, Alaor is a true example of how an influential man should use his power.