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The Secret to Stream Energy’s Success

Digital Age consumers are different from their counterparts who existed some years back. They demand more than quality services or products from businesses. Corporate social responsibility and philanthropy are just but a few aspects that modern consumers demand from businesses. The success of a modern business depends, among other things, on attention accorded to consumers and everything they deem important.

As a startup, Stream Energy incorporated philanthropy into its business model. With less than 13 years of existence, the Dallas-based firm has burgeoned, currently boasting of operations across America. The firm’s energy services are available in seven states and other services—wireless, protective, and home—are accessible to consumers nationwide. Stream Energy has accumulated over $8 billion in revenues since its inception.

Stream Energy is not about to forget what propelled it to be among the leading direct selling companies; The firm is more involved in philanthropy now more than ever. In fact, it recently launched Stream Cares to spearhead all its philanthropic endeavors.

Some recent instances that Stream Energy demonstrated a caring heart include contributing towards helping Hurricane Harvey victims, sponsoring homeless children to be part of annual Splash for Hope, and treating the less fortunate Dallas-area veterans and their families to an opulent lunch. In all these instances, Stream Energy worked alongside its associates and other organizations, such as the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, and Hope Supply Co.

Stream Energy’s associates are central to the firm’s business model. They sell the company’s services, earning commissions, salaries, bonuses, and other rewards based on the number of new clients or associates they persuade to be part of Stream. It is for this reason that Stream values its associates and their endeavors. Whenever Stream’s associates set out on a philanthropic cause, the company backs them by doubling up their contributions or matching their donations to a certain maximum.

During Hurricane Harvey, for instance, a crowdfunding campaign was initiated to help Stream’s associates in the affected areas. Stream matched all the contributions to the campaign up to $25,000.

Greg Secker Sits at the Forex Pinnacle

As a renowned entrepreneur, international speaker and philanthropist Greg Secker has well-earned respect throughout the world. By the age of 30, he was already a multi-millionaire running one of the largest trader coaching companies. Before Greg began the foreign exchange business with the Virtual Trading Desk (VTD), he had worked with Thomas Cook Financial Services. VTD, being the first ever online real-time foreign exchange dealing platform, amassed a lot of wealth doing an impeccable job in allowing clients to receive their forex transactions. He then joined a group of the best traders in Mellon Financial Corporation where he served as the vice president. It was from there that he acquired valuable skills that allowed him to start his own award winning company, Learn to Trade, which ranked 49th in the 2010 London Excellence Awards. Recently, the company has received more accolades in Best Trading Education Product Finance Awards, Best Forex Educator in Global Banking Review and Best Trading Education Product.


From Greg’s success, more than 200,000 people have been attracted to attend his various trading workshops and seminars. In this, they learn how to produce a second income trading the stock markets. Besides that, Greg has become an international speaker. He is frequently called into the media to give his opinion on market direction. In this, he has spoken alongside other famous personalities such as Robert Kiyosaki, Anthony Robbins, Richard Branson and Dr. DE Martini. Some of the major market channels in which he has spoken include Bloomberg and CNBC.


The 42-year-old Forex trader has always enjoyed giving back to the society through philanthropic works. He has given charitable donations to many organizations such as the Royal Princes, Tusk and the Child Bereavement Trust. In 2010, he organized a polo game in which he had Prince William play at Lord Andrew Lloyod Webers home. The following year, the Greg Secker Foundation was started aiming to improve the quality of life of needy people. Its main areas of focus are leadership, education and life skills. The foundation has held several useful programs that have changed thousands of lives such as the Christmas Basket Brigade.