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An Inside Look: Guest Blog by Micayla


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Last weekend I had the pleasure of coming home from my university to celebrate my mom’s birthday a bit early. Not only did this quick trip gave me a chance to see my family, but I also got to experience Mosaic Global Transportation’s quality service first-hand.

Once I landed in San Francisco, I turned my phone back on, only to be welcomed to The Bay Area with a friendly “Good Morning!” text message from my chauffeur letting me know her name, phone number and that she was right outside to pick me up.

Getting into the car, I was immediately impressed by the high level of service. The car was clean with the passenger seat pushed forward to give me extra leg room – Something that was lacking on the plane I just stepped off of. She navigated the early morning commute traffic and got me home safe and sound in no time.

On the tail-end of my trip, I received a text message from Mosaic Global Transportation’s HQ, confirming that my chauffeur, Mark, was on his way and provided me with his phone number in case I needed to reach him. However I never needed to use it because he was there 15 minutes early, ready to take me to the airport.

A couple hours later, I landed at LAX airport. I was greeted by Gregory who was fully prepared for my arrival with a sign and a luggage cart. I was absolutely blown away by the way that he exceeded the ‘normal’ duties that a chauffeur would have and provided me with more than I even needed.

On the drive back, he offered me bottled water, asked if I had a radio station I’d prefer to listen to and promptly dropped me back on campus.

This level of service completely changed my travel experience. Getting from point A to point B was more than just a necessary part of my weekend, but was actually an enjoyable part of it. My time spent at home with my family was so great – A weekend like that deserved the high level of service that Mosaic Global Transportation provides.

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Now Hiring: Accountant/Bookkeeper

Mosaic Global Transportation is looking for a superstar! We have been voted the Best Limousine Company in Silicon Valley and are looking for talent to help a growing company.   We specialize in luxury corporate transportation worldwide and are looking for a person who loves “Exceeding Customers Expectations.”

Mosaic Global Transportation  is  looking for an Accountant/Bookkeeper to join our team.  The ideal candidate will be able to multi-task, handle the demands of a busy office and have great energy.
This person will assist Mosaic’s Financial Controller in the following areas:

  • Bank and credit card reconciliations
  • Accounts Payable
  • General Ledger entries
  • Preparing necessary financial reports for clients and internal departments

Knowledge of QuickBooks and Excel essential.  Experience in a small business environment very helpful.

Please send your resume and salary requirements to: sgibbs@mosaicglobaltransportation.com

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Billion Dollar Roundtable Partnership


Mosaic Global Transportation is proud to announce that we have been chosen as an official transportation provider for Billion Dollar Roundtable, an organization that was formed to “recognize and celebrate corporations that achieved spending of at least $1 billion with minority and woman-owned suppliers”.

The list of companies that fit this description include recognizable names such as AT&T Inc., Bank of America Corp., Chrysler Group LLC, Dell Inc., Ford Motor Co., Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft Corp., Verizon Communications Inc. and many, many others.

We will be handing transportation services for executives, CEOs and founding members for the seven events that BDR puts on each year. Not only does this provide us with more business, but also with a great amount of exposure to companies that are already desiring to invest their hard earned money in minority owned businesses.

Diversity in business and supplier diversity are issues that are very close to our hearts. As a minority owned business, we are grateful to companies that choose to intentionally invest in businesses like ours.

We are honored to have been chosen and do not take this opportunity lightly. We are looking forward the development in our partnership with Billion Dollar Roundtable and the partnerships that will begin and flourish through this open door.

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Happy New Year!

945873_10208340491412058_6094487237820896180_n-1I hope the Christmas Holiday and New Year celebration was safe and festive for all.

As we usher out 2015 and welcome in 2016, I wanted to send you a note about the outstanding achievements our company has experienced last year. From an employee point of view, we’ve grown from 47 full time employees to just over 80.  Mosaic added 2 new locations; one in Sunnyvale and one in Santa Clara. We added 6 major clients to the fold and we were awarded the 2016 Super Bowl contract with the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee!

Looking to 2016, we are planning for an exciting year.  We will continue to grow with new employees.  I wouldn’t be surprised if we hit the 100 mark by the end of the year.  With an increase in employees, we are planning an increase in new business as well.  We continue to receive blessings from above and we remain humble and thankful.

Rhonda and I thank you for your commitment to excellence, as well as your teamwork mentality.  It truly takes a village to build a fantastic company.  Mosaic Global Transportation has a great village in you!  Let’s have a great 2016.


Maurice H. Brewster

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Mosaic’s Newest Tuck Graduate


From December 7th through 9th Micayla Brewster, Mosaic Global Transportation’s Digital Marketing Manager, visited Seattle to participate in Tuck Executive Education’s Digital Excellence course.

Over 60 entrepreneurs from all over the country gathered together to learn about how they can improve their digital presence. “The learning environment that Tuck provided allowed for me to learn, obviously, but also to take time out of my day to sit down and think of how I could take Mosaic’s digital presence to the next level. Already I have ideas that I’m fleshing out and planning on implementing in the coming weeks. It’s an exciting time.”

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“There was a creative energy there. Being on Google’s campus, being surrounded by entrepreneurs wanting to grow their business, and being able to learn from such intelligent people like Professor Alva and Professor Akinc made for such a great week” Micayla said.

She added that there is something powerful about gathering together people who are extremely passionate about what they do and then giving them the tools to get their products, services and ideas in front of more people. “It’s an entrepreneurs dream.”


This wasn’t Mosaic’s first time being represented at the program. Maurice Brewster attended this same course in Boston at the beginning of the summer of 2015 and had such a great experience that he decided to invest in sending Micayla there as well.

Micayla said that, “After attending the program myself, I see how essential it was that [Maurice] attended the program just as I was being hired. If it weren’t for Tuck and their course, our digital strategy would’ve been so different from the beginning. But instead, he was just as passionate about building our digital presence as I was because he had been inspired by the people at Tuck.”

That is not just true for Mosaic, but for companies in general. It’s proven that revenue goes up when you have high digital capabilities, but if leadership is not on board and is helping in pushing these efforts forward, the digital strategy will hit a ceiling.

Micayla had such a great time able to learn from the best in the industry. We’re happy to be part of a Tuck family and are looking forward to years of learning and growing with them.


“Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth designs and delivers learning initiatives that transform individuals and organizations…that help executives improve their performance as leaders so they deliver stronger results…that better equip them to drive growth, innovation, and change for their organizations.”

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Stanford Business Executive Education Boot Camp

Stanford Graduate School of BusinessStrategy is a vital part of the success of a business.

That is exactly what President and CEO of Mosaic Global Transportation, Maurice Brewster, learned during the first module of the Redwood City Entrepreneurship Boot Camp with Stanford Graduate School of Business. From August 31st to September 1st, local business men and women gathered together on Stanford campus to learn from the best of the best.

For the first module, topics were all centered around strategy in business but spanned from strategy identification to innovation to personal applications that could be made towards their own businesses. The different seminars were taught by esteemed Stanford faculty, allowing entrepreneurs to gain vast amounts of knowledge in these very applicable subjects.

Executive education is a very important part of Brewster’s strategy for Mosaic Global Transportations’s future. Recently, he has dedicated large portions of his time to travel from one side of the nation to the other in order to gather knowledge about how we can become a better company. Brewster has said on multiple occasions that he fully enjoys being around smart people and learning from them. There is always room for improvement and Brewster is taking any and all opportunities that come his way in order to continue to grow his company into the best it can be.

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Scholarship in Memory of Our Dear Friend

Bill KindricksWe are deeply saddened by the passing of our good friend, Bill Kindricks, who went to be with the Lord on June 8th. Maurice Brewster, President and CEO of Mosaic Global Transportation, had the pleasure of knowing him through the 100 Black Men of Association and they became good friends.

In honor of Bill, Maurice has started a scholarship program in his name. For any transportation service we perform that refers the name “The 100 Black Men of Silicon Valley”, we will donate 10% to them in order to help fund college scholarships.

Bill was a great friend and will be dearly missed.


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The Workspace Redefined

Working From Home

Photo Source: The Huffington Post

The office space has been going though drastic reconsideration in recent years. As technology advanced, more options for work locations became available, thus more and more people began using their homes as an office.

According to an article on Forbes.com, one in five Americans have shifted their place of employment from the typical office to their homes. In fact, several Mosaic Global Transportation employees will be transferring to this model of work in the months to come.

So, why is this shift so important?

First, because “47% of people who have the option to telework are “very satisfied” with their jobs, compared to 27% of those who are office-bound,” according Telework, a government organization that provides information about teleworking to employers and employees. Working from home not only avoids the dreaded morning and evening commute, but also allows for flexibility of hours, greater productivity and feelings of empowerment.

Secondly, the shift opens up new needs for public workspaces such as Blue Bottle Coffee in Downtown Palo Alto. This Café-workspace hybrid is the perfect place for Silicon Valley residents with a flexible work location to be able to get things done. With Silicon Valley’s history of creative and innovative thinking along with Blue Bottle’s work environment make it a perfect place to come up with the Next Big Thing or simply log those next few hours for work.

Finally, this opens up larger questions about how the world is moving and what people need in a workspace. Places like Google, one of our newest clients, are heading the movement towards making the workspace encourage natural innovation.

“Casual collisions are what we try and create in the work environment. You can’t schedule innovation, you can’t schedule idea generation and so when we think our facilities around the world we’re really looking for little opportunities for engineers or for creative people to come together,” Daniel Radcliffe, vice president of Google’s Real Estate & Workplaces Services, said in this article by CBS News.

As the world shifts and technology advances, it’s possible that the typical 9-5 cubicle job will eventually become less common.

We’re interested in what you’ve been hearing about workspaces and how you think the world is headed. Leave a comment below or tweet us @MosaicGlobal to join the conversation!

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Wine and BBQ Picnic in Napa Valley

“We’ll take care of the grill while you relax with a glass of wine.”

Nothing sounds better than that! Besides, why reserve all the fun for only the 4th of July?

Find time on the 3rd, 4th or 5th to visit V. Sattui Winery in Napa Valley for their Weekend BBQ celebration.

Bring the whole family (and the dog!) to enjoy your favorite BBQ selections with your choice pf 60 different wines from the V. Sattui cellar. Not to mention, you can enjoy it all on their beautiful 2 acre picnic grounds.

You can get more information about the event here or browse through V. Sattui Winery’s website.

If you end up visiting, share your photos on social media by tagging us @MosaicGlobal and with the hashtag #MosaicWeekend. We’ll be re-posting our favorites!

And if you’re in need of transportation to and/or from the Napa Valley area, you know who to call! You can reach us at (650) 864-9701 to book a reservation with one of our highly trained chauffeurs who’s number one priority is to make sure that your experience is enjoyable.

On behalf of Mosaic Global Transportation, we hope you have a fantastic Fourth of July weekend!

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Supplier Connection Success Stories

Are you familiar with Supplier Connection?

Well, we sure are! We’re even featured as one of Supplier Connection’s success stories. They aim to help small businesses in the United States to grow to their fullest potential by collaborating with other businesses. Click here to read a little bit more about how they have helped us, personally, to grow and gain five new contracts.

We’re honored to be a part of their June Supplier Spotlight Contest which highlights how different organizations prepare for trade shows in order to gain the most from the experience. To read the piece on how we prepare, click here.

As this is a competition, we need your vote in order to win! Vote for Mosaic here! The contest ends this Thursday, June 26th at 5pm, so be sure to get your vote in before the deadline.

If you vote for us, tweet us at @MosaicGlobal with the hashtag #SupplierSpotlight and the link to the voting page, and we’ll give you a shoutout for your support.



Our first shoutout goes to Amy from Mobius for sending us back such a nice response.

She said:


With joy I sent this to the two hundred members of the Mobius practitioner community,

You and your wife are true inspirations of giving back, supporting the world and generous leadership.

Since the day you offered me a ride in Palo Alto which must be 15 years ago when my car service had failed to show up to the Westin to take me to the Stanford Faculty Club I have never forgotten that simple act of kindness or what you shared about your Make A Wish Work.  Whenever I can in every city I visit I use Mosaic drivers and they all rave about how amazing your company is to work for/with. 

And as a customer I find everyone to be professional, warm, reliable and full of gracious hospitality.

You should be tremendously proud of the contributions you make and the inspiring beacon you are.

We are proud and honored to support you and Mosaic Global Transportation as requested.

With Love and gratitude,



Amy, we appreciate you and Mobius for your support!

Supplier Connection is an initiative to grow small businesses and create jobs in the United States. Powered by IBM, it is a free, cloud-based business-to-business community. It enables collaboration between small businesses and the supply chains of Fortune 500 corporations, mid-market firms, and other enterprises.

Mosaic Global Transportation is a recognized leader in the chauffeured transportation industry. Mosaic operates a diverse fleet of more than 41 vehicles ranging from Lincoln Town Cars to Stretch Limousines, SUV’s, Vans, Mini Coaches and Motor Coaches in their fleet.  In addition to serving the Greater San Francisco region, Mosaic provides worldwide chauffeured transportation services in more than 440 cities across the globe.

MGT is headquartered at 643 Bair Island Road, Suite 210, Redwood City, California, 94063, 650.864.9701

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