Michael Hagele is an entrepreneur and general adviser for businesses that operate in industries such as aerospace, biotechnology, and internet. He has also invested in the tourism and hospitality industry. His experience ranges from negotiating, licensing, and development agreements both at the domestic and international level. He also has extensive experience in various commercial contracts that are required by technology companies such as marketing and promotional arrangement, purchase and selling of intellectual property, and analysis of those property right to qualify for corporate financing. Visit their website: http://michaelhagele.com/
Before he shifted to his current occupation, Michael Hagele worked as an adviser to various internet firms that are capital-backed. As the counselor, he was in charge of all legal matters including acquisition and business merging activities, issues relating to employment, governance, and intellectual assets policy. Michael also worked in the department of licensing at Fenwick & West LLP.
A day in the life of Michael
The idea of starting his ventures developed when he realized that minor practices could serve the customers well. This approach enabled him to provide affordable and high-quality legal service to his customer. Michael typically starts his day by reviewing his daily tasks. He kicks off his day by designing technology licensing agreements. In the afternoon, Michael relaxes his mind by riding a bike. Through this, he can develop his best ideas and come up with better solutions to problems. In the evening, he spends some time on the phone discussing strategies with his investment manager.
Michael believes that persistence is the driver to turning ideas in reality. He says that when a process involves repetition, handling challenges and applying new information, favorable outcomes are achieved. Michael is also fascinated by interesting trends such as artificial intelligence. He also feels that machine learning is also a topic of discussion. With these competencies, Analysts can find doubtful ties between sets of data.
His mindset toward business
Michael Hagele has formed a habit of placing customers first. He believes that the customer is the king, and advice every entrepreneur to do the same. If one can predict the outcome and what the client anticipate, it then becomes easier to serve them. Michael also believes that physical activity sharpens and recharges his mind. He is advising business persons to exercise since it has substantive benefit to their bodies. View Michael Hagele’s profile on linkedin.