There are many areas of marketing technology that are considered “hot” right now.And yet MarketsandMarkets forecasts that the global event management software market alone is expected to grow from $5.10 billion in 2014 to $7.78 billion by 2019.Despite all the event creation, promotion, attendee check-in, and management solutions available — both at the low end and within the enterprise — many companies still run their respective seminars and conferences exactly as they used to decades ago.In B2B circles, the days of stapling business cards to manually completed “lead sheets” are still with us.Even now, with smartphones and tablets as prevalent as they are, double-entry of attendees is rife, and sales reps have no clue when an “important person” walks into the conference hall.Today, Attend wants to change that for good with the release of a new mobile app that augments its existing event management platform.
Four weeks later, his grisly fate was revealed.This case spawned a fearful rumor that tapped into the Satanic Panic of the 1980s, that cultists were planning to kidnap children for their rituals.The man who d convinced his followers to join in his madness—the bodies found at Rancho Santa Elena were just some of the casualties—was El Padrino, the Godfather his real identity: he was 26-year-old Adolfo de Jesus Constanzo , with help from 24-year-old Sara Aldrete, a.k.a.Rolling Stone s in-depth investigation of the case excellent reading if you re not faint of heart, as is this Texas Monthly take on the story quotes an anthropologist as calling Constanzo the Pied Piper of death.Costanzo had grown up in the Santería religion, but his beliefs had morphed into something far darker, of his own design, as he gained more power.Jouret, a doctor, was the face of the organization, delivering the lectures that—despite warning of the looming environmental apocalypse—were magnetic enough to attract new followers.
• Some individuals, like Beyoncé and Steve Jobs, had already made it big.While working as a secretary for the London office of Amnesty International, Rowling was fired for daydreaming too much about Harry Potter, and her severance check would help her focus on writing for the next few years.During these years, she got married, had a daughter, got divorced, and was diagnosed with clinical depression before finally finishing the book in 1995."When I got to Dallas, I was struggling — sleeping on the floor with six guys in a three-bedroom apartment," Cuban writes in his book "How to Win at the Sport of Business."He went on to study business at Baruch College and served in the Army until the age of 24 when he left to work for Brooks Brothers.Her relationship with Levin eventually ended because he did not want to marry or have children.
I ve never been one for hi-vis.It is not merely vanity, though I admit luminous yellow is just not my colour.It s that too many cyclists see it as a panacea, a fluorescent force-field that will protect them from the dangers of the road, whereas the truth is you can be done up head-to-toe as a highlighter pen and it ll not help you at all if you re always cowering in a driver s blind spot.I don t wear proper cycling gear to ride two miles to the Guardian s Manchester office each day.If it s raining, I ll don a waterproof jacket or, more honestly, take the car .But generally I m in my civvies and so am arguably the prime market for Volvo s new LifePaint, a water-based reflective safety spray , which promises to turn ordinary clothes into beacons when in direct glare of headlights.
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the Bank of Finland governor Erkki Liikanenthe scholar graduates in the Finnish macro-economics an economist is a shortage, the Bank of Finland's board stated its position.long-term situation facing the board, according to domestic economic policy analysis and preparatory work quality.One of the macro-economics tasks is to help decision-makers to perceive different policy options to the effect.the Bank of Finland, in 2008 started the financial crisis has shown how important the economy and the financial markets understanding the functioning of the economy as a whole in terms of stability.International recruitment has eased the skills shortage.
Startup-event Slush skolan your Award-the competition in the finals had six researchers to introduce fresh research ideas and competing for the top prize.first place went to the university of Eastern Finland researcher Virpi Virjamo, which develops conifers with the help of new drugs.the main prize was 100 000 funded a scholarship for fundamental research.Virjamo examine how spruce and pine havuista can be used to develop new medicines to treat diseases.His research delves into alkaloideihin, coniferous chemical compound, which has not yet been studied.antibiotics resistantit bacteria are now and in the future threatening problem and we have a real emergency to find effective and new medications.
at the beginning of 2017 onwards, the entrepreneurs can pay the vat only after you have received the money from the customer, told Finnish entrepreneurs.the Possibility of fee-based value-added tax applies to companies whose turnover does not exceed eur 500 000.the law change will help small entrepreneurs and to contribute to improvement of these liquidity as well as ease the administrative burden.the president of the Republic approved the amendment to the law today.the federation of Finnish Enterprises has driven change for a long time.Today, the sales date to determine the value of the additional tax payment date.
English at the university of Exeter, working physicists Katy Sheen claims twinkle in his eye to have solved the Santa claus riddle of relativity.He told me he wrote seven years old, Santa claus letter, which the wondering why Santa's age at all.the Young Sheen got the answer that it is magic.however, This does not fully satisfy the physicist began, but now 26 years later, he told me that he got rational solution for the trail.the theory of Relativity to help you understand as well as ancient Santa claus aging stops that Santa's ability to deliver the presents to all the world for christmas to those children in just one evening and during the night.Sheen, according to the Santa and his reindeer got to about 10 million miles an hour to get to take a gift for all the world's approximately 700 million christmas party for children.
Older long-term unemployed, the pension support act will come into force next June, social affairs and the ministry of health told reporters.pension aid is intended to help a particularly difficult labour market status of displaced older long-term unemployed.Pension are eligible 60 years of age, five years almost continuously unemployed persons.unemployment time, including, for example, the sickness allowance was being a time.pension aid required age of 60 to have been met before 1. in September 2016.pension support are therefore before 1. September 1956-born persons.
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Three years into the life cycle of the Xbox One, storage space has become a valuable commodity.The base model’s 500GB drive doesn’t seem quite so spacious when your “Ready to Install” list is packed with AAA games that can take up more than 50GB, and almost double that if you’re downloading 4K-compatible games on an Xbox One X.Unless you’ve invested in an external drive to increase your console’s storage capacity, you’ve probably experienced the feeling that comes when you’re forced to delete one of your games to make room for another.To help you out, we’ve assembled this handy guide on how to delete and re-install your content.From the Xbox One home screen, press the Xbox button to bring up the dashboard, then select the “My Games & Apps” tile.Highlight the tile of the game you’d like to remove from your hard drive and press the Menu button on your controller.
OS X might seem simple — but it's an absolute powerhouse if you know how to use it.Some of the easiest ways to get the most of out of Apple's desktop operating system are hidden in plain sight: Keyboard shortcuts.Knowing the right keyboard shortcuts will save a second here and there — and over the course of a week, or a month, or a year, it adds up dramatically.Here are 13 of the most useful keyboard shortcuts that will save you time on the little things so you can focus on the big things:1) + Space — Bring up 'Spotlight' searchApple improved its search in the latest version of OS X.
A heads-up display, which projects information such as the car's speed and battery life in front of the driver, could prevent drivers from looking at the 15ins display while driving and therefore help them focus on the road.Despite its focus on autonomous technology, the driving experience in the Model 3 “remains enjoyably analogue”, says Car magazine, while the vehicle's acceleration performance easily matches its more expensive sibling, the Model S.Drivers may find themselves using only their right foot to drive the Model 3, thanks to its regenerative braking system, which automatically applies the brakes when coasting in order to charge battery.The batteries themselves come in two different options, says Top Gear - offering a 220-mile-per-charge range or 310 miles per charge.As there are no dials behind the steering wheel to show your road speed, Mashable says you need to focus on the touchscreen in the centre console to see how fast you're going.TechCrunch concludes that the Model 3 "is a well-designed, mid-sized sedan that managed to simplify the Tesla design ethos with luxury in mind and without making it feel any less a part of the Tesla family."
I have to admit: I've become a genetics geek.Ever since I sent my first saliva sample to be analyzed by consumer-genetics company 23andMe, I've become obsessed with what I can find out from a sample of my DNA.After trying out 23andMe's $199 test, I wanted to see how one of its competitors' tests stacked up.For $99, AncestryDNA will sequence your genes to help trace your geographic roots.It doesn't provide health and wellness information, although Ancestry launched a program aimed at tracking family-health history called AncestryHealth.The company also recently teamed up with Alphabet's biotechnology company, Calico, to study the genetics of the human lifespan.Here's what it was like to use AncestryDNA: View As:
the Entire st. Petersburg metro system is closed to the explosion in the aftermath, told the Russian news agency Tass.Up to ten people is Tass died in the explosions, which happened Sennaya Ploštšadin subway station on Monday.at Least one of the explosions happened, according to reports, the subway car.the site of the Explosion is Tass said more than 80 rescue workers, which is becoming the place to add.Also in Moscow has been taken in the arrangements of the st. Petersburg events.Tass the Moscow metro network is now enabled for additional security measures, which Moscow is ready to send help to st. Petersburg.
the International monetary fund the IMF to illustrate the April Fiscal Monitor, in its report, how the taxation and in particular tax fraud affect different countries on productivity.the IMF writes, how the country can boost its productivity by developing as well as tax policies that the administration, where companies can invest and hire labor to their business and tax regulations terms.monetary fund estimates that the taxation of developing countries real gross domestic product would rise on average by about one percentage point for 20 years.the IMF illustrates an example of two almost identical software company, one of which paid less in taxes and its cost of capital, with statutory obligations, are smaller.Less taxes paid by the company afford to make such investments, which are not that very well, while the higher taxes paid by the companies can afford to invest only in very productive activities.total output would increase if capital would be transferred to lighter taxes that vista attempts to more heavily tax to be companies whose investments generate better.
Are you looking for a better way to manage multiple profiles?Once you log in, in the top right corner you can add accounts and choose which updates to post.You can connect your Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google , and Tumblr accounts.You can use Buffer for free with limited features.At the very top, five tabs help focus your social media management.Upgrading your account unlocks access to features that will additionally boost your social media marketing efficiency and results.
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p The NHS has a rotten reputation when it comes to technology.At Davos in January last year, NHS England CEO Simon Stevens announced seven innovation testbeds that will take a different approach to tackling the impending health crisis.Two of the testbeds focused on Internet of Thingstechnology, with Surrey and Borders partnership NHS Foundation Trust using smart devices to help people with dementia stay at home longer and West of England's Academic Health Science Network developing a diabetes digital coach.The other five testbeds weren't as prescriptive: in North East London and in Lancashire and Cumbria, testbeds were looking to support older people with dementia; Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale NHS was working with Google's Verily on prediction and prevention techniques; Sheffield was looking to help people with diabetes, hypertension and other long-term condition treat themselves at home; and the Birmingham and Solihull project was developing tools for managing mental health.That's only expected to increase as demographics skew older, with the number of people 75 or older up by 89 per cent since the mid 1970s.As long term illnesses affect more people – as of 2013, there were 3.2 million people with diabetes – that's expected to increase to four million within the decade.
A year ago, privately held online lenders like Prosper, SoFi, and Avant looked all but certain to go public at the same, if not higher, than the unicorn valuations than their venture investors have assigned them.In an SEC filing yesterday, Lending Club, which announced the surprise departure of its founder and CEO last Monday, revealed that investors who contributed a significant amount of funding for loans are now examining that performance or are otherwise reluctant to invest.But what started out as a disruptive movement known as peer-to-peer was far more novel than what it became, which, in many cases, is a front for whoever is providing some of these startups with capital to lend.While companies operating in this space come with inherent advantages — they use automated loan applications; they have no retail branches; they use electronic data sources and tech-enabled underwriting models that help them to quickly identify a borrower s credit risk –having deep-pocketed friends has made other things easier, like provide funding decisions within 48 to 72 hours.Smartly, some players are already looking to reimagine themselves as broader financial outfits.It also said last month that it s hoping to drum up more investor demand for the debt it originates by starting a hedge fund that will buy its own loans.
For more stories from WIRED's mission-driven businesses package, click here.US-based outdoor-clothing company Patagonia uses materials that either benefit, or cause minimal damage to, the environment.Having been steadily successful since it was founded in 1973, the company has doubled in size, tripled its profits and become a certified B Corp over the past ten years.The company's annual revenues, in excess of $600 million in 2013, have continued to rise, despite - or rather, partly due to - a programme called Worn Wear.Patagonia, still privately owned by its founder, 77-year-old Yvon Chouinard, continues to donate at least one per cent of its annual net revenue to environmental causes, to date totalling $36 million."There is nothing we can change about making clothing that would have more positive environmental impact than making less," she says.
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