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November 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board has published a Call for Proposals for the printing of brochures in 2018.According to the invitation to submit a bid, this is a service for printing brochures and maps of the Croatian National Tourist Board: Image brochure “Full of life”, brochure Tourist information „Full of stories“Health brochure “Full of well-being”, Croatian enogastronomy brochure „Full of flavors“, Road and tourist maps of Croatia, brochure Nautics and marinas “Full of islands to discover”, and Camping Brochure “Camping”.The total circulation is 439.500 brochures, which are divided into the above categories. The deadline for delivery is November 13, 2018 , and the main kritery is the most economically advantageous offer. More details attached.Side dish: Invitation for bid submission – brochure printing 2018last_img read more

September 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgYves Chevalier, executive director at FRR, said the new rule had no implications for the reserve fund’s asset allocation but simply facilitated its implementation.“It means we can, without launching calls for tenders, increase our investment in investment funds, such as infrastructure or real estate funds,” he told IPE.FRR is currently prioritising a move into illiquid assets, after the government last year allowed it to invest €2bn in French assets including property and infrastructure.“It was necessary to enable us to implement our €2bn programme,” said Chevalier of this week’s decree.The bulk of the new allocation – €1.4bn – will be invested under mandates that will be put to tender, according to Chevalier.FRR has already launched a €600m private debt tender and will later this year seek bids for some €800m in private equity management mandates.Because it has earmarked a relatively small amount to invest in asset classes such as infrastructure, however, FRR does not want to put this out to tender, said Chevalier.The same goes for real estate, to which it has allocated no more than €300m.To be able to meet its targeted allocations to domestic infrastructure and property, however, FRR needed to be able to increase the amount to invest via investment funds.As such, it is taking its overall allocation to illiquids to €2.2bn, with the additional €200m set aside for investment in investment funds.“To be able to invest €2bn in France, we’re going to have to do €2.2bn,” said Chevalier, “because, when it comes to infrastructure, you don’t find funds exclusively focused on France. Instead, they might be around 50% in France but also with exposure to other European countries such as the UK or Germany.” France’s €36.3bn national pension reserve fund has been granted permission to invest more in investment funds, a change an executive director at the fund said would make it easier to implement its new allocation to illiquid assets.  A decree published on Wednesday allows the Fonds de Réserve pour les Retraites (FRR) to invest up to 20% of its assets in investment funds (Ucits); the previous limit was 15%.Beyond this, the asset owner is required to launch a public procurement process.FRR has been seeking to have the rule relaxed for some time, IPE understands, and formally made the request at the end of October last year.last_img read more

September 26, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Promoted ContentWorld’s Most Stunning Ceiling Designs EverEd Sheeran’s 8 Best Collaborations6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopReal World Archaeological Finds That Would Stump Indiana Jones7 Reasons Why You Might Want To Become A Vegetarian The ex-Chelsea midfielder has been a subject of transfer speculation from the Rio-based outfit after terminating his contract with Trabzonspor. Loading… Mikel became a free agent last month after parting ways with Turkish club Trabzonspor due to his comment over COVID-19.It is believed that Botafogo are eager to land the Nigerian and has made an offer of 18 months deal valued at $2 million for the experienced midfielder.However, Mikel has come out to admit that talks have been ongoing and a decision will be made in the coming days.Read Also: COVID-19: Ighalo pleads with Nigerians to stay indoors to be safe“Yes, there has been an interest and yes there have been negotiations,” the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner was quoted as saying to ESPN.“But I don’t know yet. I am still thinking about it, not sure yet.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Super Eagles captain John Obi Mikel has confirmed interest from Brazilian top side Botafogo.Advertisementlast_img read more

September 25, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img City Councilor Cindy Rojas, who chairs the city council’s Committee on Appropriations and Finance, said this new policy will amend the existing City Ordinance No. 08-14-670. She also said the appropriation was already included in the city’s 2020 annual budget, adding that in order to fund the program, P5 million must be allocated in every annual city budget. City Councilor Archie Baribar, author of the proposed ordinance, said city residents who will reach the age of 80 to 89 shall receive an incentive of P10,000 under the new policy. While those who reach the age of 90 to 99 shall receive another P10,000. “It be implemented by next year oncesigned by Mayor Evelio Leonardia,” Rojas added. center_img BACOLOD City – The Sangguniang Panlungsod here passed on third and finalreading the measure that would institute a “ladderized” scheme in the releasingof cash benefits to centenarians of this city.  Earlier this year, Negros Occidental fifth district Rep. Marilou Arroyo filed a bill before the House of Representatives proposing a similar measure./PNlast_img read more

September 23, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgBatesville High School wrestling continue their season traveling to Rushville to compete in their 5-way that included Greensburg, Connersville, and Centerville. Despite still having holes in their line up the Bulldogs went 2-2 with one wrestler going 4-0 and every wrestler getting a win.Batesville started the day with a regional opponent and eventual invite champs Centerville. Batesville battled with many cole match but were only able to come away with 2 wins in a 64-12 defeat. JT Linkel (145) and Aaron Norman (195) both won with pinfall victories.   Batesville next wrestled EIAC rivals Greensburg in a competitive dual. Batesville won 5 out of 8 matches wrestled while receiving 3 forfeits. Alex Murphy (113), Tyler Schaeffer (132), and Jonathan Schrank (138) each received forfeits. JT Linkel (152), Josh Mobley (160), Jy’lil Chappel (182) and Brandon Manning(285) all one by pin. Axel Garcia (170) also won by Decision. The final score was 45-30 with Batesville picking up their first victory of the season. Batesville next faced EIAC opponent Connersville and wrestled their best dual of the season winning 7 out of 8 matches wrestled. Batesville had 5 pins, 2 decisions, and 2 forfeit victories. Getting pins were Alex Murphy (113), Tyler Schaeffer(132), Jonathan Schrank (138), JT Linkel (145), and Aaron Norman (195). Caleb Bischoff-Niece(120) won 13-11 while Josh Mobley won 6-1 in overtime. Axel Garcia (170) and Jy’lil Chappel (182) received forfeits helping to a 42-30 victory.Batesville closed the day against Rushville not quite keeping up with last week’s score. Batesville was able to get 5 6 point victories. JT Linkel and Josh Mobley both picked up pins. Aaron Norman and Brandon Manning each received forfeits. Alex Murphy ended the dual with an injury default victory lead to a 351-30 team score. The Bulldogs were able to finish 2-2. JT Linkel went 4-0 with 4 pins on his way to winning the 145-pound weight class. With his 4th pin, JT’s career pins moved up to 66 tieing him with Mike Dailey for 2nd in career pins for Batesville leaving him 1 pin shy of the number one spot. Going 3-1 on the day were Alex Murphy, Josh Mobley, and Aaron Norman. Batesville will next host Franklin County Tuesday in a dual.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Curtis Miller.last_img read more

September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img And Bruce took the opportunity at his Hull press conference ahead of the New Year’s Day clash with Everton to emphasise that he is not looking to leave the Tigers. Palace are yet to confirm Pardew’s appointment, but the 53-year-old returned to Tyneside on Tuesday to say his goodbyes to the Magpies after more than four years in charge. As he did so, Ashley, who is currently on holiday in Barbados, and managing director Lee Charnley, were working through a short-list of potential candidates having been inundated with applications. But they were doing so with a very definition job specification in mind as they looked to appoint a head coach to work alongside Charnley and chief scout Graham Carr with the latter pair conducting the club’s transfer activity within the confines of the club’s established investment policy. That “continental” model is one which they believe is suited to certain interested parties and not others. In the meantime, assistant manager John Carver and first-team coach Steve Stone will take charge of team affairs. Tony Pulis has not been offered the opportunity to replace Alan Pardew as Newcastle manager. Amid claims that the former Stoke and Crystal Palace boss had turned down the chance to take over at St James’ Park, sources on Tyneside have insisted the proposition was never put to him as Mike Ashley considers his options ahead of Pardew’s imminent departure for Selhurst Park. Press Association Sport understands too that Hull’s Steve Bruce and former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood, who along with Pulis featured prominently in the early betting, are not under consideration. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

September 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgThe southern England club says there is no need for other members of the squad or coaches to self-isolate because players have only trained in isolation when at the training ground.The positive test came back on Saturday. Brighton chief executive Paul Barber told broadcaster Sky Sports that “despite all of the measures that we’ve been taking over the past few weeks, where the players haven’t been involved in any significant training at all, we’ve still suffered another player testing positive for the virus.”Brighton says three players have now had the coronavirus. The club announced one case in March.Premier League clubs are due to hold a conference call on Monday about “Project Restart.” The Latest: Another Brighton player tests positive Clubs are yet to resume group training as they abide by government social distancing regulations.Brighton has opposed plans to complete the season in neutral stadiums rather than being able to play its five remaining home games at its stadium.___More AP sports: and,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___A Brighton player has tested positive for the coronavirus as the Premier League pushes ahead with plans to resume during the pandemic.center_img May 10, 2020 Associated Press last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 21, 2015 at 2:16 pm Syracuse (17-10, 8-6 Atlantic Coast) came out flat early Saturday afternoon in the Carrier Dome and, despite a tight finish, the Orange was handed a 65-61 loss from Pittsburgh (18-10, 7-7). Here are three quick takeaways from the showing.1. The bad, the bad and the uglyThe biggest faux pas on Saturday was the misspelled memento jersey Roosevelt Bouie received from SU on the day it was honoring the former big man. The Orange’s showing on the court, though, wasn’t much better.Trevor Cooney’s missed layup on the break with 13:06 left in the first half said it all, encompassing the misery of the Orange’s 1-for-13 start from the field. Although Syracuse did well in the paint and at the free-throw line, it was not converting from midrange and the perimeter.SU recovered to shoot 42.9 percent from the field overall, but the ugly start held back the offense from picking up any semblance of confidence.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text2. Pitt bullsTyler Roberson resembled a boxer by the end of the afternoon.Stiches over his left eye, which was nearly closed, and a bloody nose were proof of Roberson’s physical battle against the Panthers. He went to the locker room in the first half to be treated after a gash over his left eye shed blood.He wasn’t quite the facilitator out of the high post that he’s been in recent games, but Roberson scrapped with Pittsburgh’s forwards and had nine points and six rebounds to show for it in addition to his battle scars.3. Out of nowhereOn a day of unpredictability, B.J. Johnson and Ron Patterson were two of the Orange’s more notable contributors on offense.Patterson, hitting a 3 and a baseline jumper in the second half, provided SU with its first field goals outside of the paint Saturday. Johnson hit a trio of 3s to help Syracuse keep pace with Pittsburgh despite its starting guards, Cooney and Kaleb Joseph, being less productive than usual. Patterson finished with nine points on 4-of-5 shooting while Johnson tallied 11 points by tacking on two free throws to his three 3s. Commentslast_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse men’s lacrosse’s season ends with 13-7 loss to Maryland in NCAA quarterfinalsSyracuse men’s lacrosse’s defense crumbles in 13-7 quarterfinal loss to MarylandSergio Salcido doesn’t fit the mold of a Syracuse lacrosse star, but he’s emerging as oneHow Syracuse men’s lacrosse adopted the faceoff cultureNick Mariano honors late childhood friend by wearing No. 23 Syracuse’s (12-5, 2-2 Atlantic Coast) season ended on Saturday with a 13-7 loss to Maryland in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament. For the second year in a row SU fell one win short of a Final Four berth and the Orange missed the final weekend of the season for the third straight year. Syracuse hasn’t won a national title since 2009, its longest championship drought since 1983.With the season in the books, beat writers Connor Grossman, Jon Mettus and Paul Schwedelson reflect on the year and look ahead.1. How successful (or unsuccessful) was this season based on what expectations were for Syracuse coming into the season?Connor Grossman: From the beginning of the season I believed Syracuse was replacing too much a talent to make a run into Memorial Day weekend. So in a sense that ended up being true, but SU still experienced an averagely successful year given the breakouts of Sergio Salcido, Nick Mariano and Evan Molloy. Mariano transferred from Massachusetts, and along with Salcido helped fill the scoring void left by five offensive starters graduating. Molloy sured up a defense that was lost against top-tier teams in the middle of the season, and even patched up the Orange’s clearing game with his athleticism that Warren Hill lacked. So given that Syracuse filled holes it was wondering how it would fill, it was an averagely successful year. Expectations should be higher for next year though, even with the departure of offensive anchor Dylan Donahue.Jon Mettus: Syracuse was ranked No. 5 in the preseason poll, but expectations for the team were tempered coming into the season. Replacing five of the top six scorers and the goalie from the year before and adding a freshman on defense were big challenges to overcome. There were disappointing games (Notre Dame and Cornell) and surprising ones, too (North Carolina by six goals and the Atlantic Coast Conference championship). In the context of the last seven years, this season is a disappointment because the Orange again didn’t make it to the Final Four. But ultimately, based on the expectations at the beginning, it was relatively successful. Syracuse was able to win the ACC title and unfortunately had to face No. 1 seed Maryland in the quarterfinals. As head coach John Desko said: “These guys had a great year. We had a lot of graduation the previous year. We fought back.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textPaul Schwedelson: I thought Syracuse would lose in the quarterfinals at the beginning of the year and it did. To the Syracuse community however, anything less than a championship is a disappointment. This used to be the preeminent program in college lacrosse. Only one Final Four berth since 2009 shows that the college lacrosse world of today is different from the one your father, or even just your older sibling, got used to. There’s more talent across the board and players are realizing they don’t have to go to Syracuse to be successful. An ACC championship and a quarterfinals loss to the top-seeded team isn’t a disappointment but legacies are built during deep postseason runs and SU only won one game.Riley Bunch | Staff Photographer2. How can players that stepped up, like Mariano and Salcido, keep up their production from this season?C.G.: It wouldn’t be a shock to see those two fall victim to experience, with more film available to opponents than ever before from their breakout seasons this year. But Mariano showed this year he’s a talented enough shooter to beat almost any defense, purely because he can shoot from the perimeter. Desko frequently referred to him as SU’s “3-point specialist” with his outside shooting prowess, and Salcido has his own unique skill set. He can outrun almost any defender. But if Salcido’s going to repeat the success he had in 2016 though, he’ll likely have to work a little more on shooting on the run, a position he often finds himself in.J.M.: It’s hard to predict how exactly guys will figure into the scoring load from year-to-year. With lineups and positions unknown, everything is up in the air. If Salcido and Mariano stay on the same midfield line, they should have the favorable matchups to keep up their production. With Tim Barber and Donahue gone next season though, some of what Salcido and Mariano are able to do will depend on the replacements at attack’s ability to find them and draw attention away. Those are two guys I can see continuing to step up when next season comes around.P.S.:  Heading into next season the biggest question on the offensive end is who will replace Donahue and Barber on attack. Mariano, being an attack nearly his entire career before this year, may be in the conversation to bump up. That would shake things up. But if Mariano and Salcido stay on the same midfield line, there’s no reason they can’t repeat their dominant play, if not play even better. Teams often had to decide which midfielder to put the long pole on (Maryland exposed SU by putting a pole on both and a short stick on Jordan Evans) and the duo should be able to replicate the same matchup problems by staying on the same midfield line.Liam Sheehan | Staff Photographer3. It’s really early, but what do you see ahead for Syracuse next season? What expectations do you have of that team?C.G.: The expectation, as it is almost every year for Syracuse, is that a few young players will successfully transition into the starting lineup after valuable time as a reserve or redshirt learning from some of the best talent in the country. There’s going to be new faces on offense, but don’t forget starting defenders Brandon Mullins and Jay McDermott are on their way out as well. There’s going to be less transition than there was this season, but Syracuse is still going to have to learn a bit on the fly if it wants a third straight ACC championship, and more importantly, a deeper run in the NCAA tournament.J.M.: As with every year, you expect Syracuse to contend for a conference title and vie for a spot in the Final Four. Ben Williams, Salcido, Mariano and Nick Mellen are primed for good seasons. I think freshman Nate Solomon, who had two goals in the ACC semifinal and two against Maryland, will be a big part of the offense. He wants to be the quarterback and that spot is open. A big factor in how successful Syracuse will be is Jordan Evans. It’ll be his last shot to live up to the expectations that he had as the No. 1 recruit. He was fifth on the team in goals this season and led SU in turnovers. Free of injury, this was supposed to be his year and it wasn’t at all. If he can become a go-to scorer it’ll make Salcido and Mariano even more dangerous.Hannah Wagner | Staff PhotographerP.S.:  There are a lot of players to count on having another big season (Mariano, Salcido, Molloy, Williams, Mellen) but the Orange will need to replace stalwarts like Donahue, Barber and Mullins. The offensive load seems as though it will fall on Mariano and Salcido’s shoulders. But other than those two, there’s a lot up in the air. Just as we said at the beginning of this year, a go-to ice-water-in-their-veins type of player needs to emerge. Perhaps that player is Williams, who single-handedly kept SU in the game against Maryland, but when Syracuse needs a goal, I’m not sure who is going to score it. And when you look at the teams in the Final Four this upcoming weekend, every team has that kind of player (See: Dylan Molloy, Matt Rambo, Steve Pontrello, Pat Spencer). If SU doesn’t have one, I’m not sure how deep it can go. 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August 30, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Related Articles ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Submit Share StumbleUpon SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 From sponsorship to the ever-expanding world of football media coverage, when it comes to the business of football, SBC has you covered. This edition takes a look at a unique new partner for West Ham, as well as a fresh obstacle for FIFA. FIFA halts World Cup plans amid UEFA backlash Fifa president, Gianni Infantino’s plans for a new Club World Cup have been met with widespread discontent and animosity from UEFA, claiming the tournament would act as a direct competition to the Champions League. The potential tournament, which would feature top teams from the English Premier League and around Europe, was set to considered at FIFA’s Council meeting, however it’s been widely reported that the potential vote has been pushed back, with UEFA members threatening a walkout over the situation. Infantino had previously stated the tournament was proposed to go ahead every four years, with the FIFA President revealing he’d had investors that were willing to part with $12bn for the tournament, a confidentiality agreement halted Infantino when it came to revealing the touted investor. MK Dons backs Responsible Gambling Week MK Dons has announced the club’s support for Responsible Gambling Week, an industry-wide campaign to trigger a national conversation about what it means to gamble responsibly.#RGWeek18 will take place from November 1st to 7th under the slogan ‘Let’s Talk about Responsible Gambling’ and this marks the first year that EFL clubs are participating.The event is being organised by the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG), which through its member trade associations, encompasses all sectors of the gambling industry: online, amusement arcades, bingo clubs, bookmakers and casinos.John Hagan, Chairman of the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling, commented: “We’re delighted that MK Dons will be supporting Responsible Gambling Week.“As an industry we are dedicated, year-round to promoting responsible gambling, but what makes Responsible Gambling Week special is the opportunity for gambling operators from every sector to unite behind the same message and engage in a national conversation about what it means to gamble responsibly. The engagement and support of football clubs is enormously helpful in highlighting the week.”Ajax extends esports commitment Ajax has strengthened its commitment to esports, with Ajax eSports announcing the renewal of its partnership with Ziggo and the signing of a new three year contract for the teams FIFA player Dani Hagebeuk.Menno Geelen, commercial director of Ajax, commented on the partnership extension: “Ziggo, as headpartner of Ajax, was the first to embrace Ajax eSports within the club. Thereby, we were able to grow with our virtual domain. This FIFA 19-season we want to organise more activities for our fans, together with Ziggo. The weekly Ziggo eBattles are a good example of that.’Speaking about the extension of both Ziggo and Hagebeuk, Ajax eSports added: “We are working on a long-term relationship with our eSporters, in which we want to offer the best circumstances to perform, like a studio at home and personal coaches. We are happy to have Dani on board the next 3 years.”Hammers unveil new partnership English Premier League side, West Ham United has announced Paul Robinson Solicitors as the club’s first official Legal Partner.Issuing the news, the London club revealed that Paul Robinson Solicitors is the ideal partner to support the Hammers in a variety of ways throughout the season. These include a number of exciting community and locally-led activities designed to engage West Ham fans in the local areas.Karim Virani, Digital and Commercial Director at West Ham United, stated: “I am delighted to welcome Paul Robinson Solicitors as our first Official Legal Partner. With their Essex heritage as well as their expansion into Stratford, partnering with such a prominent local business is extremely exciting for the club. We look forward to welcoming them to the West Ham family and working together to bring their services to life in the coming months.” Sam Robinson, Managing Partner at Paul Robinson, detailed: “We pride ourselves on working closely with the community, which includes supporting numerous local sports clubs and causes. With our new office opening in Stratford we are delighted and excited to have partnered with West Ham. We look forward to uniting with the fans of the club in support of West Ham and the local area.” Share Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020last_img read more