AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter This meant that the business’ comprehensive loss for the quarter came to $995,088, down 3.8% year-on-year. Elys then recorded $422,047 in non-operating expenses, which meant that the business’ pre-tax loss almost doubled to $1.0m, with the Q3 net loss increasing to $1.2m after income taxes. However, the business then recorded a $218,193 gain from foreign currency translations, compared to a $265,231 expense in the prior year. Regions: Southern Europe Italy Turnover for the three months to 30 September grew 24.0% to $143.7m (£107.4m/€121.0m), with online growing into its dominant channel during the quarter. Elys Game Technology, the business formerly known as Newgioco Group, has reported a 43.6% year-on-year rise in revenue, while reducing losses to under $1m, in the third quarter of 2020. Q3 results 2020 This was reduced by $1.7m, after taxes and duties, for net gaming revenue of $9.7m – up 46.7% – which increased marginally following a $33,955 contribution from betting platform and services fees. Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Online casino Q3 results 2020 Online sports betting Product & technology Retail sports betting Following the period end, the operator rebranded as Elys Game Technology, something it said better reflected its efforts to expand beyond its native Italian market and into the US. Elys grows revenue, cuts net loss in Q3 New US clients will be pursued through Elys Gameboard Technology, a subsidiary established in June. 24th November 2020 | By Robin Harrison Tags: Newgioco Elys Game Technology Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Online turnover was up 153.7% year-on-year to $117.9m, which more than offset a 62.8% decline in digital stakes, to $25.8m. After $132.3m in winnings was paid out to players, gross revenue from Elys’ Italian gaming products came to $11.4m. The growth in revenue led to an increase in costs, to $10.3m, which stemmed largely from selling expenses jumping 79.0% to $7.2m. This resulted in the business swinging to an operating loss, of $609,332, compared to a $426,561 profit in Q3 2019. It will offer the Elys betting platform, which secured Gaming Laboratories International certification in September, the first step towards rolling it out in the market. This will begin in Washington, D.C., through an agreement with sports bar start-up Handle19. Email Address
Tokyo Olympics: Indian Olympic Association partners JSW as sponsor for Tokyo-bound athletes Latest Sports News Sunil Chhetri, Sania Mirza, Cheteshwar Pujara, Robin Uthappa, Bindra share mental health battle in Future Generali Mind Matters series Future Generali launches campaign with Sporting legends battling mental health- Mental health has been a stigma in many societies across the world. Like the general public, sporting legends are not immune to it either. To emphasize the importance of opening up about mental health issues, Future Generali India Insurance Company Limited (FGII) has launched the 3rd phase of their campaign #HealthInsideOut. Actor and sports presenter Samir Kochhar will interview athletes across sporting genres talking about their struggles in a five-part Mind Matters series. The series will include India’s football captain Sunil Chhetri, multiple Grand Slam winner Sania Mirza, cricketers Cheteshwar Pujara and Robin Uthappa besides Olympic gold medalist shooter Abhinav Bindra.The series, named ‘Mind Matters’ has been conceptualised by What’s Your Problem (a Wondrlab company). In the series, Sunil Chhetri, Sania Mirza, Cheteshwar Pujara, Robin Uthappa and Abhinav Bindra are seen speaking about their struggles with mental health despite their glamorous lives. Latest Sports News WTC Final LIVE: ICC strikes another big deal before India vs New Zealand finals, IPL sponsor UPSTOX is now ICC sponsor by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May Likecio.comUnlocking the Success of Digital Transformation with Active Intelligencecio.comUndoPhotoStickHow To Back Up All Your Old Photos In SecondsPhotoStickUndoIPL 2020: Bad news for Sunrisers Hyderabad’s Jonny BairstowUndo<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Also Read: IPL 2021: Eat.fit bats on IPL 2021 campaign ft Devdutt Padikkal to reach profitability goals“At Future Generali India Insurance, we are persistently working towards normalising the conversation around mental health and creating awareness that all of us are susceptible to mental health issues, and it is okay to come forward, discuss and seek help. In that context, sports celebrities are perfect role models as they bring alive the importance of mental health issues in sports, a profession where one would think that physical health is the most important. Our ‘Mind Matters’ talk show brings to life a never-seen-before side of the sports personas – their challenges, struggles and triumphs with mental illness. We are sure that their inspiring stories will send a strong message to a larger audience to pay heed to their mental wellbeing and proactively discuss challenges when the need arises,” Ruchika Varma, Chief Marketing Officer, Future Generali India Insurance, said about the campaign.Also Read: Man Utd launch new campaign in fight against racism and discriminationThe first episode of the series will feature Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri. The second will be on Sania Mirza. The rest will feature the struggles of Abhinav Bindra, Cheteshwar Pujara and Robin Uthappa.“Today, branded content has to be dynamic and platform-based. Thus, our third campaign for Future Generali #HealthInsideOut is ‘Mind Matters’, a video content property that takes ahead the objective of normalising mental health. It is a talk show that addresses the never-seen-before side of sports personalities, who are always considered to be the epitome of fitness. So, when a fan watches their favourite sports personality open up about their mental health journey, their challenges, struggles, and triumphs over mental illness, it should give them the courage to do the same. We were very clear that each episode should not be more than 15 minutes long as we wanted it to be indulgent enough for people to take home the message but not overbearing that they switch off. We hope that these stories will pave the way for a lot of people to reach out for help and take care of their mental wellbeing during these trying times,” Rakesh Hinduja, Co-Founder & Managing Partner – Content Platform, Wondrlab, said. 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Nevertheless, penal reform charity Reprieve has already secured her attention and support. Ms Lane Fox is now a trustee of the charity which sends law students to the US to help people on Death Row. According to an interview with The Independent, Ms Lane Fox had previously thought about becoming a prison governor.Have any other charities secured successful relationships with the new Internet entrepreneurs? Let UK Fundraising know. Who are the key successful e-entrepreneurs in the UK whom charities should be courting?The charitable interests and activities of US high-tech business people are well documented. James Barksdale, former president of Netscape Communications, has just given $100m to the state of Mississippi for education; and software entrepreneur Peter Norton has donated 1,000 works of art to 28 museums. But who are the key successful e-entrepreneurs in the UK whom charities should be courting?One notable name is Martha Lane Fox, co-founder of lastminute.com. At 26 she is worth an estimated £50m. Of course, that assumes that her company floats successfully. Advertisement Howard Lake | 23 January 2000 | News Making friends in e-places 15 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
April 25, 2014 – Updated on January 25, 2016 Reporters Without Borders and Torservers.net, partners against online surveillance and censorship RSF_en Organisation News Reporters Without Borders and Torservers.net have joined forces to create and maintain 250 additional relays for the Tor network. Help by sharing this information “In doing this, our two organizations are thumbing our noses at the entire world’s censors,” said Grégoire Pouget, the head of the Reporters Without Borders New Media desk. “Whatever the technical means deployed to control information, there will always be circumvention methods that many organizations including ours will not hesitate to deploy.””Anonymity is important for the full expression and realization of civil liberties. On the Internet, safe and unmonitored communication can only be established through methods of trusted decentralized anonymizing services like the Tor network.”, added Moritz Bartl, the founder of torservers.net.Tor is free software and an open network that helps to improve protection of privacy and the security of Internet communications. Using the Tor network ensures protection against a form of network surveillance known as “traffic analysis.” This type of surveillance can be used to discover who is communicating with who and, in some cases, even to identify who you are and where you are located.Journalists use Tor to communicate in a safe and anonymous manner with sources, whistleblowers and dissidents. Tor can also be used to circumvent website blocking in many countries. Many Internet users in China, Iran, Pakistan and Turkey use Tor to access Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.In some countries that want to monitor and control all Internet connections, public access points to the Tor network are blocked. In partnership with the Tor Project and torservers.net, Reporters Without Borders has therefore created and will maintain 250 new entry nodes to the Tor network. As these entry nodes will not be made public, authoritarian governments will not be able to block them.To find an entry node if Tor is blocked in your country, you can contact the Tor Project at [email protected] or Reporters Without Borders at [email protected] Without Borders will also make the details of these non-public bridges available within its network and during the seminars on circumventing censorship and protecting communications that it organizes throughout the world.Torservers.net is an independent, global network of organizations that help to protect human rights to freedom of opinion and expression by running high bandwidth Tor relays.
WhatsApp Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Print Linkedin Advertisement Previous articleNEW MUSIC: John Steele – ‘All My Days’Next articleTourism sites Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! TAGSCommunityFundraiserLimerick City and CountyNews Email Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow LITTLE Ella Blennerhassett from Lisnagry is the gift that keeps on giving.And the neonatal intensive care unit at University Maternity Hospital Limerick (UMHL) will be the latest to benefit from her remarkable story of survival against the odds.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It’s there that Ella came into the world after just 26 weeks gestation and weighing in at just 500 grams. She spent seven weeks on a life support machine before being finally able to breathe on her own after three and a half months.She battled two serious lung infections, low sodium levels, an open heart vessel and several health scares one of which she only survived after 15 minutes of CPR and five shots of adrenaline.She’s now healthy, full of mischief and a source of joy for her parents Mark and Lisa Blenerhassett who are marking Ella’s first birthday by setting up a GoFundMe page to raise money for the intensive care unit at UMHL.Lisa, Ella and Mark BlennerhassettAt just 26 weeks gestation and weighing in at 506 grams or 1lb 2oz, Ella Blennerhassett was the smallest baby born at University Maternity Hospital Limerick last year.Though you wouldn’t know it to look at her now, Ella had a tough time to make it to her first birthday.Her parents, Mark and Lisa Blennerhassett from Lisnagry, nearly lost Ella when she was 16 days old. They got a phone call at 5:30am from the neonatal team urging them to come in straight away as Ella had stopped breathing and her heart rate was dropping.After 15 minutes of CPR and five shots of adrenaline, she came round.“When Ella was born, we were told her chance of survival was 50/50. The first 24 hours, then the next 48, then 72 hours and the first week were all huge hurdles for her. After that, the main objective was to avoid infection and make her grow.“She spent the first seven weeks of her life on life support and every day was such a rollercoaster,” Lisa said.Such was her critical state at the beginning, her parents were advised to have her baptised.During her time in hospital she battled two serious lung infections with countless drops in saturations and heart rate levels, low sodium levels, an open heart vessel which had to be treated medically, four blood transfusions, low sugar levels, an abscess on her thigh after Men B vaccine and retinopathy of prematurity in her eyes which resulted in a trip to Dublin by ambulance.She got another setback after her four-month vaccines and had to go back into the incubator on oxygen for 24 hours. She had numerous x-rays, often in one day and several over the weeks, more IV and cannula lines than can be counted, brain ultrasounds, morphine sedation, countless antibiotics and she was tube fed continuously for her first 12 weeks.It would be three and a half months before Ella could breathe on her own.“Every day we walked through those double doors, we didn’t know what was facing us or what the doctor was going to tell us that day. The night she had to be resuscitated was the lowest point. When we arrived she had thankfully come round, with a whole team of nurses and doctors around her. She was critically sick for quite a while but thankfully as time wore on and with weight gain, she was able to handle and tolerate things better.“Now she weighs 16 pounds and is full of mischief. She is crawling and brings so much joy to everybody. She is followed up closely by dietitians, physios, speech and language therapist, consultants and opthamologists but takes everything in her stride,” Lisa added.To celebrate Ella’s first birthday and the amazing milestones she has reached, Mark and Lisa have set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at University Maternity Hospital Limerick.“The NICU became our home away from home and what work these people do on a daily basis is nothing short of incredible. The staff were always ready to offer much-needed reassurance, positivity, arm around the shoulder, a cup of tea, tissues to dry the tears, laughter, personal experiences and stories, explanations numerous times to help make sense of everything and the utmost care and love for the babies.“Whatever amount raised will go towards much-needed resources for the babies and their parents during one of the most stressful and emotional times in their lives. We are forever indebted to all the staff in Neo in UMH Limerick for saving our girls life and would like to give back something in return for Ella’s first birthday,” Lisa said.To donate visit the GoFundMe page : https://www.gofundme.com/f/ellas-1st-birthday-fundraiserby Elaine [email protected] Limerick on Covid watch list Twitter Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat NewsCommunityMiracle baby’s birthday fundraiser for neonatal unitBy Staff Reporter – June 4, 2020 736
Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 United States Scleroderma Market and Competitive Landscape Report 2021: Epidemiology, Key Products Marketed, Market Valuations and Forecast, Drugs Sales and Market Shares – ResearchAndMarkets.com Facebook Twitter Twitter DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– The “US Scleroderma Market and Competitive Landscape – 2021” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. US Scleroderma Market and Competitive Landscape Highlights – 2021, provides comprehensive insights into Scleroderma pipeline products, Scleroderma epidemiology, Scleroderma market valuations and forecast, Scleroderma drugs sales and competitive landscape in the US. The research is classified into seven sections – Scleroderma treatment options, pipeline products, market analysis comprising of epidemiology, key products marketed, market valuations and forecast, drugs sales and market shares. Research Scope:Scleroderma pipeline: Find out the products in clinical trials for the treatment of Scleroderma by development phase 3, phase 2, and phase 1, by pharmacological class and companies developing the productsScleroderma epidemiology: Find out the number of patients diagnosed (prevalence) with Scleroderma in the USScleroderma drugs: Identify key products marketed and prescribed for Scleroderma in the US, including trade name, molecule name, and companyScleroderma drugs sales: Find out the sales revenues of Scleroderma drugs in the USScleroderma market valuations: Find out the market size for Scleroderma drugs in 2019 in the US. Find out how the market advanced from 2017 and forecast to 2026Scleroderma drugs market share: Find out the market shares for key Scleroderma drugs in the US Benefits of this Research:Support monitoring and reporting national Scleroderma market analysis and sales trendsTrack competitor drugs sales and market share in the US Scleroderma marketTrack competitive developments in Scleroderma market and present key issues and learningsSynthesize insights for Scleroderma market and products to drive business performanceAnswer key business questions about the Scleroderma marketEvaluate commercial market opportunity assessment, positioning, and segmentation for Scleroderma productsSupports decision making in R&D to long term marketing strategies Key Topics Covered: 1) Scleroderma Treatments 2) Scleroderma Pipeline 3) US Scleroderma Epidemiology 4) Marketed Drugs for Scleroderma in US 5) US Scleroderma Market Size and Forecast 6) US Scleroderma Products Sales and Forecast 7) US Scleroderma Market Competitive Landscape 8) Methodology For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/qvey1i View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005759/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: PHARMACEUTICAL HEALTH OTHER HEALTH SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 12:22 PM/DISC: 02/03/2021 12:22 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005759/en Pinterest Pinterest Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp WhatsApp TAGS Previous articleRights groups call for boycott of Beijing 2022 Winter GamesNext articleNew Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Utility-Scale Solar in Ohio Digital AIM Web Support
Previous Article Next Article I was looking down the list of the Sunday Times 100 best companies to workfor, and was very intrigued by the results. Eight factors are rated by employees of participating organisations. Theseare: – Leadership – Well-being – My manager – My team – Fair deal – Giving something back – My company – Personal growth. Successful business results appear to be clearly linked with the samesuccessful top 100 companies in the survey, as they have collectivelyoutperformed the FTSE by a significant margin over both three and five years. What can we HR practitioners learn from this then? Well, the top eightplaces were occupied by firms with less than 800 employees, and covered diversesectors from manufacturing to hospitality, professional services to softwareand creativity to voluntary organisations. So while it seems the businesssector is not a predictive criteria for success in this arena, in this case, itappears that size does matter. What was striking in the listing, however, was that the big household-namebranding giants – some of which are proponents of human capital management as asingular management tool – were notably and predominantly absent. If they trulybelieve their expensive cloaks of brand values run deep through theirorganisations then why not demonstrate this by putting it to the test in anindependent employee driven assessment of performance? Perhaps the message for big organisations is that in managing their peopleand successfully engaging their staff, they must think global, but act local. In a dynamic business world, where talented people are increasingly free tochoose which company to work for, the Sunday Times survey suggests that the bigorganisations will need to work much harder to attract and retain the bestpeople. As the constant renewal of the FTSE 100 group of companies indicates,there is no room for complacency for those that currently make the grade. Andfor those that didn’t, their current absence from the list or generally poorratings in the survey demonstrates considerable room for improvement. Is biggest best? Not when objectively assessed by the employees, it seems. Ilook forward with interest to next year’s entries and results. By Paul Pagliari, HR director, Scottish Water Comments are closed. Does being the biggest mean being the best?On 27 Apr 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.