Larkin & Lacey

It has been drilled into our heads from the time of early childhood that “civil rights” is associated with racial minorities in the United States, especially African American people.

However, civil rights is an issue for everyone of every race, religion, personality type, gender, ethnicity, interest and place in life. One of these places in life is that of a laborer. Most human beings are laborers.

They do jobs, whether it be physically strenuous and hazardous jobs like construction and and coal mining, or white color jobs like receptionists. Read more: Jim Larkin | Crunchbase and Michael Lacey | Facebook

There are various types of artists, professionals, people who do physically strenuous work and customer service people. Everyone who works is at a huge risk of having their human rights crushed by employers.

There are numerous regulations that have been erected to prevent employer abuses. These regulations help, though some abusive employers slip through the cracks, unfortunately. People form unions when they want to come to together under one voice and exert weight, politically.

The number of unions is pretty large in the United States of America. Union membership is not at the same rate all over the country. For example, in places like New York, there is a lot of union activity and a large percentage of people are in unions. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey:

In the Southern part of the United States, union membership is all the way down. Unions do exist in the South, though that area of the country has a long history of not being big with union membership. In books, they say that this is because powerful, corrupt local governments with a lot of political pull and goons kept unions out.

However, there is also reason to believe that many local residents in the South may have had a sour taste in their mouth about unions. It is pretty reasonable for people to feel like that, because on the negative side, unions tend to be very much politically charged.

Sometimes violence and conflict follows union activity. Also, when a union comes into an industry, there may be disparities between union members and non-union members, and people who want to go into unions may find it really hard to get in.

The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund is not a labor union; it is an organization based on identity—immigrant status, race, sexual preference and sexual identity. Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey give their funds to identity organizations such as Hispanic organizations, immigrant organizations and LGBTQ organizations.

Tobias Jaeger

AXIOM Venture Capital’s Managing Partner Tobias Jaeger has helped the company become a leading consulting and boutique advisory firm. Through his experience working with ventures in e-gaming, entertainment, and finance, Tobias Jaeger conceived the plan that led to the creation of AXIOM Venture Capital. This company helps create financial and business solutions for their clients who work in the entertainment industry. To pinpoint investments for film projects, Mr. Jaeger started AXIOM Pictures, a European television and film equity fund.

Tobias Jaeger attended Maastricht University and Texas A&M University, receiving his Bachelor’s degree in International Business. While he was still a student, he developed Business Associates of Europe, which combined university students with business consultants to help companies in the Netherlands and Europe. After graduation, he gained experience in the industry of e-gaming, and as Managing Director, he started Entrepreneur Academy. The Academy helped entrepreneurs in the Middle East and Europe by providing courses in personality empowerment.

Upon completing his tour of duty with the German Armed Forces in 2006, he saw a need to raise awareness and increase support for the German military. “Support German Troops” was co-founded by Mr. Jaeger and this initiative has helped raise donations and support for the families of those serving in the German Armed Forces.

Prior to his work with AXIOM, Tobias Jaeger begin to develop his media business skills when he created a documentary for “Thought For Food”, a Swiss initiative dedicated to finding new ways to feed the world. Filming took place in the United States, India, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and Kenya.

In day-to-day operations, he works to achieve results by working on the tasks that have the highest priority. He believes in doing research so he can make the best decisions possible, but he will also rely on his first impressions about a project or issue. Talking to people outside of the business helps him to stay receptive to new ideas and possibilities. Tobias Jaeger has appeared on WirtschaftTV, a German news network where he has offered his commentary on the current events happening in entertainment and media. Tobias loves to travel and has been to more than 43 countries, he is also fluent in six languages. He currently lives in Berlin with his wife and son.


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