Dr. Sameer Jejurikar, The Compassionate Doctor of Dallas

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is not your typical plastic surgeon. Though he is skilled in his area of specialty, board-certified, and renowned, he has a heart and humbleness like no other. Dr. Jejurikar tailors his approach to fit his patients’ individual needs. He uses his suburb bedside manner to understand exactly what his patient has envisioned for the outcome of his or her surgery. Dr. Sameer Jejurikar doesn’t take his job lightly. He uses his years of training, today’s innovative technology, his attention to detail, and his undeniable passion to provide his patients with the best experience possible.

 

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School. He then completed his residency in plastic surgery at the University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers. Dr. Jejurikar now resides and practices in Dallas, Texas. His offices are located in the Dallas Medical Center as well as the Pine Creek Medical Center. Dr. Sameer Jejurikar’s cosmetic surgery training covers procedures such as facelifts, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, tummy tucks, mommy makeovers, microsurgery, liposuction, hand surgery, and reconstructive surgery.

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when Dr. Jejurikar is not attending to his patients in either Dallas or Plano, Texas, he is helping impoverished children in Bangladesh. Dr. Jejurikar teamed with the organization Smile Bangladesh, as a medical mission, to help the less fortunate. His sheer desire to help others shows in his work and in his humanitarianism.

 

To request a free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Sameer Jejurikar, email him at [email protected], call 979-691-3300 or call 214-827-2814.

 

Nathaniel Ru Builds Sweetgreen on Healthy Principles and with Technology

In hindsight, most traditional restaurant franchises and companies would have liked to have started the way Sweetgreen did. Sweetgreen was backed from the start by Daniel Boulud, Danny Meyer, and Steve Case, who are renowned investors.

The qualities and ideals of their salad dishes being healthy, fresh, using organic and local ingredients are what have made it a success and attract many customers over its 40 locations in the USA.

Sweetgreen’s CEO, Nathaniel Ru believes that the brand name is beginning to stand for something, namely eating healthily. Sweetgreen is focused on the future and already has approximately 30% of its payments going through their website or made through the Sweetgreen app.

The corporate office stays in touch with the vital business and 5 times per year, pause the corporate activities and actually work in Sweetgreen stores and seek to stay in touch with their customers and needs that are identified in working at the restaurants. Sweet green seeks to expand nationally and make it a bigger and better restaurant chain.

Sweetgreen’s founders, Nathaniel Ru, Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman have much in common. All three are children of entrepreneurs and are first generation immigrants as well. The founders met at Georgetown University and took classes together.

Nathaniel Ru believes that people should read more, and wishes that he had done more reading himself. Ru feels that building a team can be difficult, and personally, he even found it difficult to delegate tasks that he used to do.

In looking back, he can see that the sooner an entrepreneur can build a team around him, the better. Ru looks up to Kevin Plank of Under Armour, which he believes stands for very positive values. Aside from Sweetgreen, Nathaniel Ru enjoys Thai food.

Ru believes that in creating partnerships with health oriented businesses, Sweetgreen will spread out into other tangents of the healthy lifestyle area. Sweetgreen already has partnerships with yoga classes, fitness clubs, and gyms.

This cross-promotional approach provides results that increase the number of customers for both companies in the healthy lifestyle partnerships.

Nathaniel Ru is confident that by forming store teams by referring friends and even family and extended family members of employees often results in creating the most powerful and effective teams which consistently produce more positive business results as well as a better customer experience. Nathaniel Ru is confident that even in our modern and digital world, personal marketing always beats technology.