Sam Tabar is a noted figure within the corporate world. He is highly specialized in conducting fundraising events, evolving businesses and handling legal matters. In the year of 2000, he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Jurisprudence from the University of Oxford. He acquired a Master’s Degree in Law from Columbia University in 2001. Throughout his undergraduate and postgraduate years, he remained engaged in activities such as rowing and ballroom dancing as well as activities related to the Columbia Business Law Journal. Since the February of 2002, he is an active member of the New York Bar Association and had received New York State Bar certification from the New York Bar Association as well. Aside from being a Native English speaker and writer, he is also fluent in Japanese and French because of his international involvement in finance sectors.
Key Contributions by Sam Tabar
Sam Tabar had initiated his professional life working as an attorney in Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP & Affiliates. He had then advanced towards the finance sector as a hedge fund manager for prestigious financial institutes including The Bank of America. He is currently the Chief Operating Officer and Partner of FullCycle Energy Fund. He is also the Chief Finance Officer of New York City based Awearable Apparel Incorporation. He was also one of the earliest investors privately investing in SheThinx and Tribute.
Awearable Apparel Incorporation – Provides Truly Advantageous Wearables
Awearable Apparel Incorporation produces the most advantageous wearables, lynQ in the technological gadget industry. LynQ allows people to find their loved ones in real-time with its ability to track up to 5 miles in distance. LynQ has functions covering 200 times the distance without the requirement of mobile cell connections, Wi-Fi networks, subscriptions, and maps. The services provided are known to be reliable, easy-to-follow and reasonable in cost. These services are thought to be valuable in maintaining the responsibilities of wandering children and isolated elderly individuals. The wearables can be operated simply by following arrows present on the one-button interface. Alerts can be set up to provide ‘Ping’ sound when a set range of boundary has been exceeded. LynQ was highly acclaimed by companies with its first place position winning the Target – Open House competition at the HAX Boost Accelerator.