On the community front, he led the Asian Business League through its early years - a period of intense growth and high public visibility. He propelled the organization into a leadership position in the American business landscape. He appeared often in the press and accepted the small business award from the U.S. Department of Small Business.
t was during this period of time that Landy joined the boards of over a dozen civic organizations (World Affairs Council; World Trade Commission) and was recognized by the political establishment to be a possible contender for congress and the mayor's office. The San Francisco Chronicle identified Landy to be "one of the top 39 leaders to watch in the city."
Landy created, produced and hosted CNBC's first Asian talk show, "Driven", which made the word "driven" into an action word in today's business vocabulary. Jackie Chan, Peter Weir, Sumi Jo, Yo Yo Ma, Jewel, Marina Mahathir, Joan Chen, James Riady have all been on his show. Landy began the boom in Asian talk shows that we now see on the air.
Landy, through his company "Driven Productions," continues as a creator, director/producer in television by creating new concepts & shows for such broadcasters as Discovery Channel and the National Geographic Channel. He has traveled to China, Macau, Hong Kong, India, UK, France, Italy and Belgium for international productions.
Landy started eAngelz, which had over 15,000 supporters. The company is known for its effective networking events called AngelzNites and its high profile BBC Visionaries and Leaders series. Besides BBC, other corporations like IBM, Sun, The Edge, SG Private Bank, International Herald Tribune, CNN, Fuji Xerox, Cartier, Marriot Hotels, Shangri-la Hotels and the Intercontinental Hotels have all supported the company and its events.
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