AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has signed a multi-year extension to its sportsbook partnership with NagaWorld, a subsidiary of Cambodia-based hotel, gaming and leisure operator NagaCorp. Kambi extends sportsbook deal with Cambodia’s NagaWorld Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has signed a multi-year extension to its sportsbook partnership with NagaWorld, a subsidiary of Cambodia-based hotel, gaming and leisure operator NagaCorp.Under the renewed deal, NagaWorld’s two hotel properties in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh will continue to benefit from Kambi’s suite of retail sports betting products, including self-service betting terminals.Kambi, which has been working with NagaWorld since 2014, will also increase the selection of live events it supplies to the group. The deal remains retail-only, meaning it is unaffected by Cambodia having put a halt to the issuing of igaming licences last week.“We are proud to be extending our deal with NagaWorld, an agreement which highlights the positive impact Kambi’s modern and entertaining retail service can have on casino properties,” Kambi’s chief commercial officer Max Meltzer said.“The NagaWorld sportsbooks have delivered consistent growth since collaborating with Kambi, and we look forward to continuing to enhance NagaWorld’s service offering to its sports betting customers to the benefit of both companies for years to come.”The renewal comes after Kambi last week also agreed to expand its existing supply arrangement with daily fantasy and sports betting giant DraftKings to cover eight additional US states.Image: Dmitry A. Mottl Sports betting Email Address Topics: Sports betting Regions: Asia Cambodia 30th August 2019 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter
Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Tech & innovation AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 28th May 2020 | By Josephine Watson Dario Jurčić is the co-CEO of NSoft, appointed in May 2020 having previously served as chief business officer. He’s an experienced IT manager and has worked in the banking sector for many years prior to NSoft.As the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic hit betting operators across the globe, NSoft made efforts to help its customers however it could.Much of that effort concerned ways of getting retail operators online, or creating betting offerings to make up for the lack of live sports.But it also included paying attention to the smaller details of how betting and gaming might change in the post-Covid-19 world.“An interesting thing that we did for retail bookmakers that are opening up again is that we actually paid attention to the configuration of the machines so that even people with latex gloves can use them,” NSoft co-CEO Dario Jurčić says. “That’s something we had in mind, to partner with providers who can offer something like that.”That was just one aspect of a detailed course of action that has allowed NSoft’s operator clients to keep running as smoothly as possible during an unprecedented time of crisis.“We understood that there are several ways we could help our customers and one of those was our ‘Switch Online’ campaign, where we helped customers who are retail-only transition to online,” Jurčić says. “But we also helped our customers who are online and suffering from revenue losses.“We created a relief package, offering free-of-charge virtual games for our online customers in April and May for all of our customers, existing customers and new customers. This was something that was really well-received and it helped to expand our business.” A plan in placeThe ability to react to the pandemic in such a way was mostly due to preparation long before it hit, which allowed the effects of the virus on NSoft to be much more manageable without the need for layoffs.“We had strong procedures and processes in place, especially because Sportradar are a major stakeholder in the company,” Jurčić added “We had to have strict rules regarding business continuity, so once the crisis hit, even though we suffered a significant revenue drop, we did not lay people off and we can still endure this crisis without further investment or bailouts.“Hopefully the crisis will soon come to an end but we’re prepared for it to last even longer if that’s what happens.”Although the business was traditionally retail-focused, a careful diversification strategy – including the launch of Seven, its online gaming management system, in 2016 – ended up paying dividends“Traditionally we were a retail company and the majority of our business had been growing in retail,” Jurčić says. “But a couple of years back we realised we needed to diversify our portfolio.“We added new products alongside the virtual sports and virtual draw-based games like we usually did, that was one part of the strategy to granulate our dependencies on specific verticals. Then we partnered with Sportradar and introduced a sportsbook and our online Seven platform.” What’s next?As the initial wave of the virus in Asia, Europe and North America dies down, many different opinions exist on what the future looks like – in gaming and beyond. Jurčić, however, is optimistic about the return of sports betting, but cautious about the long-term effects.“I think, with the re-emergence of sports in Germany, other countries will follow and in due time, the markets will return sooner rather than later,” Jurčić explained. “But it will take time for companies to recover, especially those who laid off employees. And one month of no business at all isn’t just going to impact the next 12 months but perhaps 24 months ahead.“So the industry will bounce back soon, there’ll be a good amount of sports offerings around, but many companies will recover more slowly than expected because of the impact across the world and every other industry that will start a chain reaction.”Ultimately, he said, the virus might further the trend of consolidation in the industry, as well as finally being the catalyst for a new wave of digitisation.“I think that further down the road, mergers and acquisitions are going to happen,” he continued. “I think we’ll see the disappearance of a lot of smaller operators who won’t be able to withstand the impact of what happened.“I think that also investment in digital, including investment in digital content to attract players, will be stronger than ever. The number of players who play online will remain high because every punter has had to try online and now that they’re used to it, many will stick to it.“I think that this virus has done more than digitisation of the world than all the previous digitization efforts. People had to realise how important being online is.” Email Address Casino & games A personal touch Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Dario Jurčić discusses how suppliers and operators alike had to adapt rapidly following the impact of COVID-19
SIT Land Holdings Ltd (SIT.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about SIT Land Holdings Ltd (SIT.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the SIT Land Holdings Ltd (SIT.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: SIT Land Holdings Ltd (SIT.mu) 2020 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileSIT Land Holdings Limited is an investment holdings company. The company is involved in the growing of sugarcane in Mauritius. SIT Land Holdings Limited also engages in the acquisition, holding and disposal of agricultural properties. SIT Land Holdings Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
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. Howard Lake | 27 November 2006 | News Tagged with: Ireland Irish third world charity Goal has posted a 160 per cent growth in public donations income over the last year, according to its latest accounts. Public income grew from ‚€10 million to ‚€26 million from 2004 to 2005. As with other third world charities, Goal’s significant growth in income was down to the response to the tsunami and other disasters in Niger and Pakistan. Total income, the bulk of which comes from governments, grew from ‚€50 million to ‚€83 million. In 2005 Goal posted a surplus of ‚€16 million. ‚€1 million was spent generating income and in 2006 the organisation hopes to raise ‚€70 million. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 22 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Goal scores big jump in income
SHARE Ag & Ethanol Groups Holding RFS Twitter Townhall Monday Facebook Twitter SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Apr 8, 2018 On Monday, April 9, from 8 – 11 AM EDT, several agriculture and ethanol groups will be participating in a Twitter Townhall, prior to the scheduled meeting happening at the White House regarding the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).The National Corn Growers Association sent out a Grassroots call to action, asking members to send a letter or call President Trump and their appropriate member of Congress.The NCGA encourages you to participate in the Twitter Townhall, by using the #RFSWorks. NCGA has some suggested Tweets for use:President @realDonaldTrump – Keep your promise to farmers – support the RFS. Don’t give into Big Oil. #RFSWorksPresident @realDonaldTrump – Don’t undermine the RFS. Let farmers and rural America know you still have their best interests in mind. Farmers can’t afford the EPA destroying corn and ethanol demand. #[email protected] – When will you stop being in Big Oil’s back pocket? Do what’s right for the environment, consumers and American farmers. #RFSWorksTo find out more about the Grassroots call to action on the RFS, you can visit www.ncga.com. Home Indiana Agriculture News Ag & Ethanol Groups Holding RFS Twitter Townhall Monday Facebook Twitter Previous articlePerdue Op-Ed on “Back to Our Roots” RV TourNext articleMexico Not Ruling Out Quick NAFTA Result Hoosier Ag Today
Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday 9 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Subscribe Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * First Heatwave Expected Next Week Make a comment L-R: Bill Bogaard, Ellen Lee and David KirchheimerHuntington Hospital announced today the election of three members to its board of directors, effective January 1, 2016. Bill Bogaard has been elected as a new board member and Ellen Lee and David Kirchheimer have been elected as returning board members.“Each of these three community members will uniquely add great expertise and professional knowledge to the Huntington Hospital board of directors,” said Stephen A. Ralph, Huntington Hospital’s president and CEO. “We have a very strong leadership foundation in place and we couldn’t be more pleased with these appointments.”Bill Bogaard has just completed 16 years as Pasadena’s first directly elected mayor. Previously, he was Executive VP and General Counsel of First Interstate Bancorp, a financial service company. He also was engaged in a corporate securities law practice as a partner in a Los Angeles law firm. In 1987, the Los Angeles Bar association honored him as Outstanding Corporate Counsel. In 1997, he received the Arthur Noble Award, Pasadena’s most prestigious recognition for community service. Bill graduated from Loyola Marymount University and the Michigan Law School and he served as a Captain in the U.S Air Force in Los Angeles and Casablanca, Morocco. He is a Board Member of the Pasadena Community Foundation and he serves as chairman of Pasadena Bioscience Collaborative, a life sciences incubator and workforce development program. He and his wife, Claire, a founder of Pasadena Heritage, are parents of four children.Returning to the Huntington Hospital board of directors is Ellen Lee. Ellen has served as a Director of Huntington Hospital, Inc. and Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd. She is a retired residential real estate broker and former clinical nutritionist. Ellen is a Member of the Blue Ribbon supporting the Music Center and participates in volunteer activities for school children in the Los Angeles School District. Also, she currently serves on the Board of Counselors of the Roski School of Art and Design at USC. Ellen graduated with high honors from California State University, Los Angeles with a bachelor’s degree in Foods and Nutrition. She and her husband, David, live in San Marino and have three children.Also returning to the Huntington Hospital board of directors is David Kirchheimer. David has served as Oaktree Capital Management’s Chief Financial Officer since its founding in 1995 and as a member of the board of directors of Oaktree’s publicly owned entity since the company’s initial public offering in 2012. He is responsible for Oaktree’s accounting, tax, treasury, finance, investor relations and related activities. David started his career in the audit practice of PwC. His experience includes serving as executive vice president and CFO at Republic Pictures Corporation, a publicly-held entertainment company. David, who is a non-practicing Certified Public Accountant, graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Colorado College and earned an M.B.A. in Accounting and Finance from the University of Chicago. He and his wife, Sherry, are longtime residents of La Canada Flintridge, where they raised their three children.About Huntington HospitalHuntington Hospital, www.huntingtonhospital.com, is a 625-bed not-for-profit hospital in Pasadena. It is named among the top hospitals in California and nationally ranked in two specialties by U.S. News and World Report. Learn more about us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/huntingtonmemorialhospital and on Twitter at @huntingtonnews. 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Written by January 4, 2020 /Sports News – Local Pritchard helps No. 4 Oregon top Utah 69-64 Tags: Oregon Ducks/Pac-12/Payton Pritchard/Utah Runnin’ Utes Basketball Associated Press FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPayton Pritchard scored 19 points and Will Richardson and Chris Duarte each had 14 to help No. 4 Oregon outlast Utah 69-64.Pritchard drew most of the defensive attention as usual so the Ducks ended up moving the ball to Shakur Juiston and Chandler Lawson. They each had a pair of layups to erase Utah’s late lead and clinch the game for Oregon (12-3, 1-1 Pac-12).Both Gach scored a career-high 24 points and Timmy Allen had 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Utes (10-4, 1-1), who made a stunning comeback but didn’t have enough fuel to finish it off.
A motion allowing students from Oxford Brookes University to get life membership at the Oxford Union has recently been proposed. Brookes students are currently only entitled to a year’s membership. The motion, which was considered by the Standing Committee, has been put on hold till Trinity Term. Toby Huelin, a first year music student, commented, “It’s a completely natural extension of allowing Brookes students to become members in the first place and as a gesture it would very welcome.” John Lee, treasurer of the Union, who tried to pass the motion through Standing Committee, declined to comment.However Lauren Pringle, President of the Oxford Union, released a statement on behalf of the entire society. She stated, “The Oxford Union decided to postpone the discussion about whether to give Brookes Members life membership until Trinity term, where matters of membership are discussed in greater depth. It was felt that the form in which the proposed change was brought was incorrect, as it was agreed by all that such an important change needs to be brought before the Members for their approval.” She emphasised that Brookes cannot be dealt with as a unique case, adding, “It is only one of nine institutions with the same category of membership and it was agreed that we should not discuss Brookes in isolation.” Xin Fan, a first year History and Economics student at St Anne’s College, agreed saying, “This is a fair shout by the Union. Affiliated universities should be considered equally.”The Union website states, “Students at Oxford Brookes University are encouraged to join the Oxford Union for the duration of their course, and many choose to use it as their home-from-home in the centre of the City.”Ruth Anderson, a first year doing sports and exercise science at Brookes University, commented, “At the moment the main problem is the expense. Lifetime membership would definitely encourage more students to join.”
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