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UNICEF dispatches aid to floodhit VenezuelaUNICEF dispatches aid to floodhit Venezuela


The agency will seek first to re-establish basic services for children, provide psychosocial support and dispatch supplies such as water purification tablets.Tomorrow, counseling will begin in the state of Falcón, one of seven major areas affected by the flooding, which officials estimate has killed more than a dozen people and displaced 18,000 others.UNICEF’s senior representative in Venezuela, Anna Lucia D’Emilio, stressed the importance of keeping affected children with their families. She said the agency is coordinating its efforts with national authorities to ensure the strict protection of human rights during the crisis.Over the course of this week, heavy rains have caused flooding in the states of Vargas, Carabobo, Yaracuy, Falcón, Aragua, Miranda, and in the Metropolitan District of Caracas. Landslides have occurred also in Vargas and Miranda states. read more


Pervasive corruption costs 26 trillion disproportionately affects poor and vulnerable says UNPervasive corruption costs 26 trillion disproportionately affects poor and vulnerable says UN


And, drives and thrives on the breakdown of political and social institutions.,UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe,“The poor and vulnerable suffer disproportionately,” he stressed.  “And impunity compounds the problem.”The UN chief linked corruption to many forms of instability and violence, such as the illicit trafficking of weapons, drugs and people and noted that connections between corruption, terrorism and violent extremism have been repeatedly recognized by the Security Council and General Assembly.“Large-scale corruption surveys conducted by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) found that bribery of public officials was particularly high in areas affected by conflict,” he continued, adding that in times of conflict, corruption can be especially devastating as it can affect basic needs and exacerbate hunger and poverty.“It is especially important to build up the capacity of national anti-corruption commissions and prosecutorial efforts,” he told the Council, encouraging governments to ensure independent judiciaries, media freedom and whistleblower protections.He suggested that the international community work effectively against money laundering, tax evasion and the illicit financial flows “that have deprived countries of much-needed resources,” and that feed further corruption.Mr. Guterres reiterated some of the ways the Organization can support Member States, “from sharing good practices to supporting efforts to strengthen national anti-corruption institutions.” Mr. Guterres recognized that people globally continue to express outrage over their corrupt leaders, noting how deeply corruption is embedded in societies, saying “They are rightly calling for political establishments to operate with transparency and accountability – or make way for those who will.”“I call on leaders everywhere to listen, to nurture a culture of integrity and to empower citizens to do their part at the grass roots,” he said. Stop mass atrocities by curbing war profiteersAlso taking the floor was John Prendergast, Co-founder, with George Clooney, of “The Sentry,” a team of policy analysts, regional experts, and financial forensic investigators who follow the flow of corrupt cash, and its close links with African warlords who perpetrate atrocities.With a focus on the continent, Mr. Prendergast highlighted the major role of corruption in fueling and extending conflict, explaining that war has been good business for many.Citing deadly African conflicts, such as in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan and the Central African Republic, he spoke of the extraordinary opportunities exploited by profiteers when “there is a visible nexus between grand corruption and mass atrocities.”“Until the Security Council and other interested parties with potential influence can create leverage” to change the dynamics of financing conflict, from pillaging resources, looting and stealing state assets, he assured the Council that “the bottom line is that war will remain more beneficial than peace for those at the centre of conflict and corruption.” Deprives people of their rights and drives away foreign investment and despoils the environment. Can be a trigger for conflict. Rots institutions, as officials enrich themselves or ignore criminality. “Numbers show the startling scope of the challenge,” the UN chief said on Monday, citing World Economic Forum estimates that corruption costs at least $2.6 trillion – or five per cent of global gross domestic product.And according to the World Bank, businesses and individuals pay more than $1 trillion in bribes each year.Mr. Guterres elaborated saying that corruption:,Robs schools, hospitals and others of vitally needed funds. Breeds disillusion with government and governance – often at the root of political dysfunction and social disunity. read more


Athens mayor announces migrant reception centerAthens mayor announces migrant reception center


first_imgA reception center for illegal immigrants will be built in the broader area around central Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis announced Friday following a meeting with Public Order and Citizens’ Protection Minister Nikos Dendias.Kaminis said the creation of such a center within the geographical boundaries of the City of Athens was aimed at rejuvenating the crisis-hit city and strengthening social cohesion. The unchecked influx of unregistered immigrants is seen as contributing to crime in Athens.“We need urgent moves to enhance the people’s feeling of security,” said Kaminis, who has been at the helm of the city since 2010.The creation of these centers, Kaminis said, will hopefully set an example for other municipalities that have been reluctant to host similar facilities.Dendias said the measure was necessary to discourage clandestine immigrants from entering the country.Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more


Le réchauffement des eaux amplifierait leffet de serreLe réchauffement des eaux amplifierait leffet de serre


first_imgLe réchauffement des eaux amplifierait l’effet de serreLe réchauffement global des océans du monde pourrait amplifier le phénomène d’effet de serre. Une nouvelle étude menée par des chercheurs de l’Australian Antarctic Division d’Hobart suggère qu’une part non négligeable du dioxyde de carbone présent dans l’atmosphère, proviendrait des mers du globe. Après les transports, l’industrie et l’agriculture c’est au tour des océans d’être au cœur de l’attention des experts de l’effet de serre. Et pour cause, ces importantes réserves de dioxyde de carbone (CO2) inquiètent depuis quelque temps les scientifiques qui étudient l’action du réchauffement des eaux. À lire aussiPourquoi l’eau des océans est-elle salée ?Selon eux, 30 % des émissions de CO2 liées à l’activité humaine sont capturés par les eaux des océans et stockés dans les profondeurs. Ce phénomène permet de ralentir le réchauffement de la planète. Cependant, la tendance pourrait complètement s’inverser après la hausse significative de la température des eaux de la planète. Pour estimer l’impact du réchauffement des océans sur l’effet de serre, des chercheurs de l’Australian Antarctic Division d’Hobart ont dans un premier temps cherché à déterminer les données climatiques depuis la fin du dernier âge glaciaire. Pour ce faire, ils ont analysé les bulles de CO2 emprisonnées dans des carottes de glace, puis ont comparé leurs mesures avec des records de températures atmosphériques provenant de la même période. L’analyse de ces résultats montre que lors d’une hausse de température, les eaux du globe émettent du CO2, aggravant le phénomène de réchauffement. Cette réaction avait déjà été expliquée par de précédentes études mais celles-ci suggéraient qu’elle ne s’appliquerait pas avant 400 à 1300 ans. La nouvelle analyse, présentée récemment lors d’une conférence à Cairns estime avec une plus grande précision que le phénomène décrit pourrait se produire bien plus tôt, dans plus ou moins 200 ans.Le 30 avril 2011 à 15:17 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more


These Are the Games You Should Be Checking Out in MayThese Are the Games You Should Be Checking Out in May


first_imgFire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of ValentiaPlatforms: Nintendo 3DSRelease date: May 19The Switch may be Nintendo’s hottest system at the moment, but its little sibling, the 3DS, is still churning out great titles. Among these is Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. This is a remake of Fire Emblem Gaiden, which was the second installment in the series. Though it retains some of that game’s mechanics, most of Shadows of Valentia’s systems have been reworked to be more like those of recent Fire Emblem games. Rumor has it that this may be the final Fire Emblem for 3DS so it would be worth checking out for that reason alone.Pre-order Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Complete from Amazon. Considering how we’re all still playing games from the early part of 2017, we should be thankful May is relatively light on big releases. That isn’t to say that this month doesn’t have some must-own titles, but things have noticeably quieted down after the blitzkrieg of the first quarter. That’s actually a good thing since our backlogs are ridiculous at the moment.May sees the release of several long-in-development titles, a number of anticipated fighting games, and a nice JRPG or two. It’s also worth noting that we’re seeing more third party games on Switch. This is a trend that should continue as the year progresses and as the system grows in popularity. This month doesn’t have us drowning in games, but it still has something for everyone.Injustice 2Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, AndroidRelease date: May 16Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite won’t be out until September. Thankfully, fans of superheroes beating the crap out of each other can pass the time with Injustice 2. This sequel will have more characters, more environments, and just more of what fans loved about the first game. On top of brutal one-on-one fights, expect Injustice 2 to have another rock-solid story.Pre-order Injustice 2 from Amazon.PreyPlatforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PCRelease date: May 5After being gone for so many years, the Prey franchise makes a glorious return. Though this iteration has no connection to the previous game (it isn’t Prey 2), it stands on its own as a solid sci-fi RPG experience. Considering it’s from Bethesda, there are a lot of eyes on Prey. From everything we’ve seen, the game has the potential to be one of 2017’s sleeper hits.Pre-order Prey from Amazon. RimePlatforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, SwitchRelease date: May 26 (Switch in Q3)Rime has been in development hell for a while but it’ll see the light of day soon. Originally set to be a PlayStation 4 exclusive, Rime is coming to all of the major platforms, including the Nintendo Switch. This looks like a good title for those who finished playing Breath of the Wild and want another lush, stylized open world to explore. Hopefully, Rime’s rocky development hasn’t adversely affected it.Pre-order Rime from Amazon. StrafePlatforms: PC, OS X, PlayStation 4Release date: May 9Originally set to release in March, Strafe is tailor-made for fans of classic first-person shooters. If you loved games like Quake and Duke Nukem 3D then you’ll be right at home with Pixel Titans’ latest. Hopefully the game won’t suffer additional delays. It looks like a whole lot of fun to play.Pre-order Strafe from Steam. Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Platforms: SwitchRelease date: May 26The Nintendo Switch is severely lacking in the fighting game department. Capcom’s Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers will remedy that. This is a re-balanced version of Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD from 2008. It has two new characters and the ability to play with the original sprites. This is a game that you’ll definitely want the pro controller for.Pre-order Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers from Amazon. Friday The 13th: The GamePlatforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PCRelease date: May 26The legendary Friday The 13th franchise is about to get a brand-new video game. This multiplayer title has seven players controlling counselors from Camp Crystal Lake and one controlling Jason Voorhees. Making this an asymmetrical multiplayer is a bit of a risk (*cough*Evolve *cough*) but it fits with the style of the franchise. Hopefully, this won’t turn out to be dreck like the Friday The 13th NES game.Pre-order Friday The 13th: The Game from Steam. Disgaea 5 CompletePlatforms: SwitchRelease date: May 23The Switch is expected to receive a couple of good JRPGs by the end of the year. Until then, fans can satiate themselves with Disgaea 5 Complete. It may be a two years old, but it has all of the content and DLC from the original release. Disgaea games are notorious for being deeply complex and time consuming. Any RPG fan that picks this up will certainly get their money’s worth.Pre-order Disgaea 5 Complete from Amazon. Star Trek: Bridge CrewPlatforms: PlayStation 4 (PSVR), PC (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive)Release date: May 30If you’re a Star Trek fan whose VR headset has been collecting dust for the better part of a year, boy do we have good news for you. Star Trek: Bridge Crew lets players take on the role of a Captain, tactical officer, chief engineer or science officer. The co-op nature of this game should help it stand out from other VR titles. Star Trek: Bridge Crew may not be enough to save VR from its (apparent) doom, but it should be interesting to play nonetheless.Pre-order Star Trek: Bridge Crew Complete from Amazon.last_img read more


FedEx Unveils SameDay Robot Delivery ServiceFedEx Unveils SameDay Robot Delivery Service


first_imgStay on target Evan Rachel Wood Just As Disturbed by Humanoid Sophia As Everyone ElseMIT’s Thread-Like Robot Slides Through Blood Vessels In the Brain FedEx this week introduced an autonomous delivery robot designed to make same-day drop offs and last-mile transfers.The FedEx SameDay Bot allows retailers to accept orders from nearby customers and ship goods directly to local homes or businesses.Get everything from car parts and DIY tools to medication and groceries from launch partners AutoZone, Lowe’s, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. You can even score a piping hot dinner straight from Pizza Hut’s oven.“The FedEx SameDay Bot is an innovation designed to change the face of local delivery and help retailers efficiently address their customers’ rising expectations,” according to Brie Carere, executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer for FedEx.Developed in collaboration with tech firm DEKA, the bot “represents a milestone in our ongoing mission to solve the complexities and expense of same-day, last-mile delivery for the growing e-commerce market in a manner that is safe and environmentally friendly,” Carere said in a statement.“The bot has unique capabilities that make it unlike other autonomous vehicles,” DEKA founder Dean Kamen, inventor of the iBot and Segway, explained.Taking cues from Kamen’s iBot personal mobility device, the FedEx android boasts pedestrian-safe technology for travel on sidewalks and along roadsides. LiDAR and multiple built-in cameras, meanwhile, help the zero-emission, battery-powered machine to be aware of its surroundings.Add to that machine-learning algorithms to detect and avoid obstacles, plot a path, and follow road and safety rules, and you’ve got a highly capable delivery robot that can navigate unpaved surfaces, curbs, and even steps.FedEx plans to test its prototype device this summer in select markets, including hometown Memphis, Tenn.The SameDay Bot made its first public appearance on Tuesday, alongside mini drones and a skipping penguin robot, in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon‘s Tonight Showbotics segment.FedEx SameDay Bot (via FedEx)This isn’t FedEx’s first robot rodeo: Following a successful trial of five automated “tuggers” in a North Carolina shipping hub, the company announced plans to expand its use of robotic labor.The RT4500 autonomous tuggers, built by Massachusetts-based Vecna Technologies, joined FedEx in 2017—assisting, not replacing, human workers.Eventually, the bots are expected to take over some 25 jobs, in a facility that employs 1,300 people and creates 100 new positions each year.In 2016, FedEx partnered with Savioke to develop a robot delivery service for its repair facility in Collierville, Tenn.More on Geek.com:This Weird Robot Can Fold Your Laundry at a Snail’s PaceStudy: 25 Percent of U.S. Workers At Risk of Job AutomationAmazon Launches Scout Delivery Robots in Washingtonlast_img read more


This Day In History BotswanaThis Day In History Botswana


first_img Bahamians launch independence events with Souse Out on Saturday Recommended for you Turks and Caicos’ Delano Williams named to Team GB Related Items:botswana, great britain, independence day Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThis day in history 1966, Botswana gained its independence from Great Britain. Delano smashes Usain Bolt’s record in 400mlast_img


BahamasAir back to normal arrived in TCI todayBahamasAir back to normal arrived in TCI today


first_img Recommended for you BahamasAir begins evacuating residents from Inagua ahead of Hurricane Irma Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 14, 2017 – Providenciales – #BahamasAir resumed regular flight operations since Tuesday and today, one of two regular flights per week to the TCI touched down at the Providenciales International Airport for the first time since the airport reopened.Hurricane Irma forced changes in many flight plans and shut down both the PIA in TCI and the LPIA, in Nassau.   Reservations impacted by airport closures and flight schedule changes between September 4-11 will have all change fees and penalties waived reminded the national flag carrier.#MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews, bahamasair Bahamasair’s unfair advantage exposed by Aviation Minister Govt taking on the tab to get people out of Abaco via Bahamasairlast_img read more


Different walks of life represented at Occupy VancouverDifferent walks of life represented at Occupy Vancouver


first_imgThe estimated 700 participants in Saturday afternoon’s Occupy Vancouver protest and march came from backgrounds that transcended easy categorizations on age, occupational status — or even their specific reason for attending.However, what united the masses that congregated at Esther Short Park was a collective, if generalized, sense that America had stumbled down the wrong path and needed to curb its corporate and political greed, in order to prevent ruin.Here are portraits of five people who reflect the different concerns and similar frustrations among Occupy Vancouver’s demonstrators.“ZOMBIE STATE OF MIND”In the time it would take Ms. Pac-Man to eat all the dots in a maze, Ana Jordache realized higher education’s costs would provide a major obstacle to her post-high-school dreams of becoming a doctor. The cost of higher education, the influence of the nation’s most affluent one percent and her generation’s love of video games were among the influences the 19-year-old Fort Vancouver High alum used to create an eye-catching image of discontent.On Jordache’s sign, Ms. Pac-Man prepared to eats dots and then a monster with a $ sign inside each. Above the images were the words “GAME OVER.”last_img read more


Bethel attorneys add Outside muscle to classaction suit against GCIBethel attorneys add Outside muscle to classaction suit against GCI


first_imgGCI network coverage, western Alaska. Photo shared via KYUK.org.A San Francisco-based law firm is now working with two Bethel attorneys who filed a class-action lawsuit against GCI for their marketing practices in the YK Delta.Download Audio“We’re hoping that we can have some resolution or go to try within the next year,” says Bethel Attorney Dave Henderson. He, and fellow attorney Jim Valcarce, filed the lawsuit.“GCI sold wireless services for voice and data plans, and promised that they’d be reasonable and reliable, and the services were not reasonably functional and reliable,” Henderson said.In late April last year, four Bethel residents filed a class action lawsuit against General Communication, Inc., more commonly known as GCI.The lawsuit claims that the data plan that GCI enrolled thousands of customers in rarely worked. Clients commonly experience slow data and drops calls, an issue where phone calls may unexpectedly end, or drop.Henderson says the case is taking a lot of work and energy.“We’re fighting against a company that has almost unlimited resources. And there’s hundreds and hundreds of thousands of pages of discovery and documents we need to go through about the service that was provided,” Henderson said.Henderson and fellow attorney Jim Valcarce, have teamed up with San Francisco-based law firm Gerard Gibbs to work on the case.“Dave Henderson and Jim Valcarce reached out to us because we specialize in class action lawsuits,” says Dan Gerard, the managing partner at the firm. “Given the facts here, we thought it made sense to work with Dave and Jim to represent the users of GCI services during the time period the case covers.”The case focuses on GCI services from 2010-2014. The complaint seeks a list of items, including monetary recovery, fraud, misrepresentation and breach of contract,” according to a 2014 press release.GCI’s VP of Corporate Services David Morris couldn’t say much about the ongoing case right now.“In respect to the class action lawsuit, all I can say is that the lawyers are still playing bat mitten the legal issues and it just goes back and forth,” Morris said.The case is currently in the middle of hearing and depositions. It has not been decided if the lawsuit will go to trial.last_img read more


49 Voices Vanessa Duhrsen of Anchorage49 Voices Vanessa Duhrsen of Anchorage


first_imgVanessa Duhrsen of Anchorage (Photo by Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)This week we’re hearing from Vanessa Duhrsen in Anchorage. Duhrsen is a senior at West High and recently received a Prudential Spirit of Community Award for her volunteer service throughout rural Alaska.Listen nowDUHRSEN: I’m a tribal member of the Chippewa Cree tribe of the Rocky Boy’s Reservation in Montana, so that’s a huge part of my identity. Something my mom always says to me is “You are your ancestor’s wildest dreams.” And so that is really a key part of who I am. And I’m so fortunate to be where I am today because I know that the people before me and my ancestors, they’ve overcome so many different challenges. And so, I really am just the product of their effort.I have been involved with a program called Skiku for a while now. So, Skiku sends teams of coaches to around 50 rural Alaska villages with the intent of forming sustainable ski communities. But the problem is that these coaches can only go for a week.And so with that, I developed a program called Skiku Schoolmates. I set up housing, and I formed a relationship with the local school. And so, really we’re just prepared… so one person can live there for a while and form the connections that they needed to to make that happen. It’s more than about just skiing. It’s about physical health and mental health, and just forming greater community ties. I think skiing can do a lot of that. It’s a very multi-various sport.I was raised off of my reservation and my mom talks a lot about the systematic oppression of indigenous people all around the world, so that is a huge part of my upbringing. And so, when I went to Hooper Bay, I did get to see that, and it kinda just put a real tangible experience to these things that my mom tells me all the time. Even though it’s not my culture, I felt a lot more connected to it afterwards. Because there was physical, tangible… it was like a real experience about this is what life is like for people who live on their Native land. This is what it’s like. It wasn’t just my mom’s words anymore. It was real.As an indigenous person myself, that’s when I really realized how connected all indigenous people are around the world. All these different indigenous communities face a lot of the same challenges. I mean, I know they’re unique, but success for any indigenous culture is success for everybody, I think.last_img read more


More delays likely for Tesla Model 3More delays likely for Tesla Model 3


first_imgTesla Model 3Tesla MotorsThe day after Tesla and SpaceX Chief Executive Elon Musk launched Falcon Heavy rocket into space, his electric car company made another delay announcement for the much-awaited new Model 3.Tesla’s first mass-market car, the Model 3 sedan, is now expected to be delivered by early 2019 compared to the earlier forecast of late 2018, according to a tweet by renowned tech journalist David Pogue on Thursday.Dear Elon: Your SpaceX launch yesterday was thrilling beyond belief. But today’s email to Tesla 3 deposit-placers like me, announcing another YEAR delay…not so much! 🙁 pic.twitter.com/ngTuh6CUhe— David Pogue (@Pogue) February 8, 2018The production problems were revealed in early October when Tesla said it had produced only 260 of its new Model 3 electric cars in the third quarter, of which it delivered 220.Tesla produced 2,425 of its new Model 3 electric cars in the fourth quarter and delivered 1,542.However, it expects to produce 2,500 Model 3 vehicles per week by the first quarter of 2018.Tesla’s future as a mass-market carmaker relies on the automated production of the Model 3, which more than 400,000 people have already reserved, paying $1,000 refundable fees to do so.”What we can say with confidence is that we are taking many actions to systematically address bottlenecks and add capacity in places like the battery module line where we have experienced constraints, and these actions should result in our production rate significantly increasing during the rest of first quarter and through second quarter,” the company said in a letter to shareholders.last_img read more


On the other sideOn the other side


first_imgThey have assimilated within the cultural folds of India and any distinction now is only surface as the Sidi consider India as their home.The artist has assiduously compiled her work over six years travelling extensively through small pockets in the country where the Sidi reside. The photographs reveal the artist’s acute sensitivity about a community she engaged with.Seth has made a conscious effort to ensure that the camera does not make her subjects feel awkward; rather they communicate uninhibitedly, almost ignoring the presence of the camera which is a rare quality. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Speaking about her photographs Sheth said, “For six years I travelled through much of Gujarat, Bombay, Goa, Hyderabad and the forests near Manchikere in Karnataka, where the Sidi live. It has been a long journey and my singular reward has been the friends and portraits I made on the way.These portraits bear witness to the quotidian of a community on the margins: the Sidi at home, at work, in celebration, in prayer, at births, deaths and marriages.” Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix‘These are exciting and aspiring times for practicing photography as art as it allows the subject to be interpreted and understood on many levels. The admirable and inspiring works by Sheth truly exploit the dynamism of Photography as a creative medium,’ said Prof. Lochan, Director, NGMA This exhibition is presented by NGMA in collaboration with Photoink.When: Till 3 November 10 am onwardsWhere: National Modern Art Gallerylast_img read more


Global Blade Server Market Size 2019 – Huge Growth OpportunitiesGlobal Blade Server Market Size 2019 – Huge Growth Opportunities


first_imgThe report begins with a brief introduction and market overview, in which the Blade Server industry is first defined before estimating its market scope and size. Next, the report elaborates on the market scope and market size estimation. This is followed by an overview of the market segmentations such as type, application, and region. The drivers, limitations, and opportunities are listed for the Blade Server industry, followed by industry news and policies. The report performs an industry chain analysis, focusing on upstream raw material suppliers and major downstream buyers. The data is highlighted through the use of tables and figures, which also include manufacturing cost structure and market channel analysis. Major players involved in the Blade Server industry are also delineated, along with their market share and product types. Blade Server The major market players operating in the industry are Cisco, Dell, HP, IBM, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Huawei, NEC About Us:Big Market Research has a range of research reports from various publishers across the world. Our database of reports of various market categories and sub-categories would help to find the exact report you may be looking for. Buy Now @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/checkout/sales/502?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil We are instrumental in providing quantitative and qualitative insights on your area of interest by bringing reports from various publishers at one place to save your time and money. A lot of organizations across the world are gaining profits and great benefits from information gained through reports sourced by us. The research extensively analyses the key market players involved in the global Blade Server industry. With the help of tables and figures, valuable insights on production, value, price, and gross margin of each player are offered. center_img The content of the study subjects, includes a total of 15 chapters: Chapter 1, to describe Blade Server product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market driving force and market risks. Chapter 2, to profile the top manufacturers of Blade Server, with price, sales, revenue and global market share of Blade Server in 2017 and 2018. Chapter 3, the Blade Server competitive situation, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are analyzed emphatically by landscape contrast. Chapter 4, the Blade Server breakdown data are shown at the regional level, to show the sales, revenue and growth by regions, from 2014 to 2019. Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, to break the sales data at the country level, with sales, revenue and market share for key countries in the world, from 2014 to 2019. Chapter 10 and 11, to segment the sales by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2014 to 2019. Chapter 12, Blade Server market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2019 to 2024. Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Blade Server sales channel, distributors, customers, research findings and conclusion, appendix and data source. Download Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-sample/3125519?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil Big Market Research has added a report, titled, “Blade Server.” The report not only provides a comprehensive analysis of market overview and dynamics for the historical period, 2014-2019, but also offers global and regional forecasts on market value, volume production, and consumption during the future period, 2019-2024. The report also analyzes the key market players, especially the distributors, along with the industrial chain structure. The evolution of market trends is discussed along with the competitive landscape in various regions, which would help top and emerging market players to determine the lucrative investment pockets. The report segments the global Blade Server market based on factors such as type, application, and region. For the historic period, extensive insights on value, market share, production, growth rate, and price analysis for each sub-segment is offered by the report. Additionally, the report also delves into regional production, consumption, export, and import for the historic period. The regions analyzed in the research include North America, Europe, China, Japan, Middle East & Africa, India, and South America. Finally, the current market status and SWOT analysis for each region are elaborated, which would assist market players to gain a competitive edge by determining the dominant segments. Get a discount on this research report @ https://www.bigmarketresearch.com/request-for-discount/3125519?utm_source=HTN&utm_medium=Anil Contact us: Mr. Abhishek PaliwalBig Market Research5933 NE Win Sivers Drive, #205, Portland, OR 97220 United StatesDirect: +1-971-202-1575Toll Free: +1-800-910-6452E-mail : help@bigmarketresearch.comlast_img read more


Knock knock Deliveroom serviceKnock knock Deliveroom service


first_imgKnock knock, Deliveroom serviceQuest Apartment Hotels and Deliveroo create Australia’s first on-demand room serviceThe new service will be available to guests in 12 sites across Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Geelong and CanberraLong-term strategic partnership with plans to roll out service to all Quest Apartment Hotel properties where Deliveroo operates by end of 2018Quest Apartment Hotels and Deliveroo are joining forces to let guests across 12 sites nationwide enjoy a truly 21st century perk: on-demand room service. Hotel guests across the country will be able to take advantage of the exciting partnership, which will offer the very best of the local food scenes Australia’s cities have to offer.Quest has commenced a strategic partnership with Deliveroo as their in room dining experience provider, offering guests next level room service with a smorgasbord of dining options to choose from all over town. Deliveroo’s wide variety of partners means guests will be treated to some of their favourite venues, including Grease Monkeys (ACT), Bondi Pizza, Nandos, Zambrero, Boss Burger (Geelong), 8Bit (VIC), Ribs & Burgers (WA).12 Quest Apartment hotels are now stocked with in-room Deliveroo menus, and guests can simply call guest services to place an order. Quest will place the order and pay, with the cost then added to the guest’s final bill on checkout. Move over room service, Quest Room Service, powered by Deliveroo will have guests dining-in, in 30 minutes or less!Craig Ryan, Chief Commercial Officer at Quest Apartment Hotels says, “This is another innovation that keeps our well established brand up with the demands of the modern business traveller. As the fastest growing hotel brand in Australia, and the largest apartment hotel brand in the market, it made sense to partner with an equally fast growing brand  as Deliveroo”.Levi Aron, Country Manager of Deliveroo said, “For a hotel group without an in-house restaurant, making food delivery an easy option is a major value-add for a guest’s stay. We’re excited to become the strategic food delivery partner with such a well-established player in the hotel-apartment sector and introduce greater local restaurants to tourists and business travellers alike. Customers enjoy the convenience of at-home delivery, so it’s great to be able to broaden our on-demand offering and deliver amazing food straight to their hotel door.”This long-term strategic partnership aims to at least double, if not triple the number of sites currently being announced by the end of the year with plans to roll-out the service to 60 sites by the end of the year. With these first 12 setting the stride for an Australia-wide domination by Quest, powered by Deliveroo.*knock knock*“Deliveroom Service!”Quest Hotels currently partnered with Deliveroo:Sydney: Quest Macquarie ParkBrisbane: Quest Chermside on Playfield, Quest Eight Mile Plains, Quest Story BridgeMelbourne: Quest on Dorcas, Quest Carlton on Finlay, Quest Docklands, Quest St Kilda BaysideAdelaide: Quest on FranklinGeelong: Quest GeelongCanberra: Quest CanberraPerth: Quest East PerthSource = Quest Apartment Hotelslast_img read more


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first_imgThis is an image of Bunnik Tours’ Head Office in Adelaide … BEFORE.Stroll past 45 Flinders Street Adelaide now and you would be hard pressed to miss the new-look building on the block!18-months in the making, the last pieces of scaffolding were finally removed last week from Bunnik Tours’ head office, which makes a bold statement among its neutral-toned neighbours. Bunnik Tours took inspiration from their travels around the world and added some much-needed colour into the CBD, treating the 1928 building to love, repair and a liberal flourish of red!“When we travel the world, we see the most amazingly colourful buildings of Scandinavia, Italy, South America and Jodhpur in India. We really wanted to bring that back to Adelaide and add some colour to our home town,” says founder Marion Bunnik.“In going with the bright red and cream colour scheme, we have brought the building’s original ornate features to life. I believe the original architect would be very happy with the result.” Bunnik Tours Prior to the external work, Bunnik Tours renovated the building’s entire interior including its imposing grand ballroom, which was fitted with a stage and is now home to various events, including fringe shows in previous years.“Since we have started painting we have noticed many people stopping to take photos, it has become quite the attraction. We proudly call Adelaide home, so are very happy to have played our part in adding a bit of colour to the city.”last_img read more


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