Topics : Log in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Forgot Password ? Homegrown decacorn Gojek will stop “burning cash” and instead focus more on improving user experience to achieve sustainable growth, a top executive has said.Gojek co-CEO Kevin Aluwi made the statement in reference to the company’s food delivery service GoFood, digital payment platform GoPay and ride-hailing service in growing its customer base.The strategy would be more effective in achieving sustainable, long-term growth, Kevin said on Feb.11 alongside other Gojek executives at a press briefing in Jakarta.In its bid to improve user experience, Gojek launched in mid-January three new features under its food delivery service, GoFood Pickup, GoFood Turbo and GoFood Plus, and integrated Google Assistant in its app.GoFood Pickup is a self-pickup ordering facility that allows customers to order food at a restaurant for picking up later. GoFood Turbo… Google Linkedin Indonesia Gojek Go-Food promotion cash-burning sustainable-growth Kevin-Aluwi Facebook
313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.A HISTORIC two-level brick home in Brisbane called Kildare has come on the market for the first time in 70 years.The 1,538sq m block at 313 Stanley Tce, Taringa, has a four bedroom, two bathroom, single garage home that contains original features including high ceilings, decorative cornices and brick walls.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.The current house, on the market for the first time since 1946, has multiple living areas and is surrounded by established gardens and plenty of greenery.Its first-floor entry leads into a carpeted interior with neutral tones and modern down lighting, along with traditional casement windows inviting natural light and breezes inside.Along one side of the level are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, one of which also has access to a rear balcony. A bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub services these bedrooms.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoCentrally located, an open-plan lounge and living space with a classic fireplace and an antique chandelier opens through glass sliding doors to two balconies with suburban views.To the front right of the house, the kitchen features classic timber cabinetry, multiple benchtops, a ceiling fan and serving window to the dining room.Downstairs houses a single garage and a laundry with external access, a bathroom, numerous storage areas and two multipurpose rooms.313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.Agent Karen Simons of Place Graceville said the property on an elevated corner site offered the perfect balance of exclusivity, space and convenience that few others on the market could match.“Whether buyers decide to move into the existing home and enjoy the extra land, start from scratch with limitless creativity or add their own touch of luxury and style to Kildare, there’s no doubt this property is a rare find,” Simons said“For the astute buyer, developer or own occupier, the options here are truly endless — this impressive parcel of land could be yours, and all within a secure natural setting rarely found within the inner city area.”313 Stanley Tce, Taringa.Nearby amenities include Toowong Village and Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, with Mt Coot-tha Forest along with plenty of local restaurants, cafes, schools and other conveniences close at hand.Inspections are by appointment with an auction scheduled on site at 1pm on May 27.
Financial services regulation needs to anticipate problems rather than deal only with what has happened in the past, and see consumers as they really are, the head of the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has said.EIOPA chairman Gabriel Bernardino told a recent conference in Nice: “What we need is not more, or less, regulation, but smarter regulation.”By smart regulation, he said he meant rules that take real consumer behaviour into account, and recognise the limitations and biases in the way people make decisions.“We have to put the consumer as they really are at the heart of regulation, rather than the consumer regulators wish for,” he said, according to a text of the speech. Smart regulation also means regulation that is proportionate, he said, in that it reflects the evidence of what works and what does not.It should also be forward-looking, aiming to anticipate problems rather than address only the problems of the past, Bernardino argued.“Our aim is to have smart regulation, not killing industry with unnecessary rules,” he said, calling on the insurance industry to continue engaging with regulators in a constructive dialogue. Bernardino cautioned against constant shifts in regulation, saying: “Ceaseless change should not become the new normal.”However, he also said he did not believe there had been a loss of regulatory balance.“Among regulators, there is the general consciousness of the possibility of unintended consequences of regulation,” he said. He said they recognised the need to stop and let new regulatory approaches settle, in order to see what then needed adjusting.
“The high-net-worth opportunity is very significant – it is a fast-growing segment, and it has a risk appetite that is higher than the institutional side of the market,” he conceded.“But we manage more than €200bn for these clients, and we are totally committed to them.”As evidence of this commitment, Faissola pointed to the new hire of J J Wilczewski from Aon Hewitt as co-head of the Global Client Group for the Americas to focus on institutional investors, and the appointment of co-CIO Randy Brown to the new role of head of the insurance and pensions solutions business in the UK. Brown has previously worked as global head of Deutsche Insurance Asset Management, the world’s largest manager of non-affiliated assets for the insurance industry.“Randy has been an excellent co-CIO, and I am delighted he will now turn his talents to leading the growth of our UK and IPS businesses,” said Faissola.Asoka Wöhrmann will now take on the role of sole CIO.Wilczewski will report to Dario Schiraldi, head of the Global Client Group, who said: “Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management is fully committed to serving the needs of institutional investors and their consultants.“As one of the few firms that provide a full suite of solutions across multiple asset categories and investment disciplines, we have a compelling offering for institutions in the Americas.” Michele Faissola, head of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM), has pointed to two new appointments as evidence of the firm’s “total commitment” to institutional clients, at its annual press conference in London on Tuesday.Faissola’s opening speech detailed DeAWM’s “one-bank” strategic restructuring over the past two years and focused on the global opportunity from high and ultra-high-net-worth individual clients.The business, which manages around €1trn in assets worldwide, plans a 15% increase in ultra-high-net-worth relationship managers through new hires.However, he emphasised that “liability-focused” institutions remained crucial to the firm’s business.
An international Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition has been formed to advance sustainable deployment of ocean-based renewable energy and mitigate the harmful impacts of climate change.Ocean-based renewable energy—such as offshore wind, floating solar, tidal and wave power—could meet nearly 10% of the annual greenhouse gas emissions reductions needed by 2050 to keep global temperatures under 1.5ºC above pre-industrial levels, according to a report released by the High-Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy.Bringing together civil society, intergovernmental institutions and industry, the Action Coalition will represent the offshore wind sector in the global dialogue on climate action. It will be spearheaded by Ørsted and Equinor. The group also includes: CWind, Global Marine Group, JERA, MHI Vestas, Mainstream Renewable Power, Shell, Siemens Gamesa, TenneT and The Crown Estate.The Action Coalition was formed in response to the September 2019 Call for Ocean-Based Climate Action made by the High-Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy, with additional partners including Global Wind Energy Council and the UN Global Compact.The Action Coalition will prepare a vision for 2050, highlighting the actions that industry, financiers and governments can take to sustainably scale-up offshore wind, and thereby contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and global decarbonization goals. Initial outputs will be announced at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon in June 2020.“If we’re serious about fighting the climate crisis, it’s vital we decarbonise the world’s energy use as quickly as possible through technologies like offshore wind. The Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition will work together to accelerate the opportunity presented by ocean renewables to achieve the Paris Agreement goals,” says Benj Sykes, vice president at Ørsted.“Collaboration between nations and companies is needed to accelerate the sustainable deployment of ocean renewable energy. This Action Coalition includes leading industry players in offshore wind and we are working together to unleash the full potential of offshore wind globally,” says Stephen Bull, senior vice president for wind and low carbon at Equinor.
Kervin Vidal. Image via: Facebook.comNewly inducted chairman of the Salisbury Enhancement Committee Kervin Vidal says the formation of the Salisbury Young Achievers program will improve the lives of the youths there.The program was officially launched at the 4th Annual General Meeting of the Salisbury Enhancement Committee on Sunday.He says the new program will ensure that the young people take part in several community-based projects.“The intervention is to do activities like movie night which we once used to have on the playing field. The back to school extravaganza, little beach clean ups. You know nowadays the students if they don’t have community service hours they can’t graduate in high school,” he said.Vidal also called on parents to encourage students to take part in the activities.“I hope parents take the opportunity to encourage their children to get onboard and you can ensure that whenever a meeting is called they attend the meeting, whenever a project is called they attend the project. We will be giving community service hours after every project depending on the activities that they take part it. It is a benefit for them and it will develop them personally,” he explained He said the new initiative will also help in personal self development for the youths.Other executive members include Neilton Vidal (vice-chairman) Candia Joseph (treasurer), Kelian Jno Baptiste (secretary), Emie Ambo (assistant secretary/treasurer), Edona Jno Baptiste (PRO) and Narelle Jno Charles (assistant PRO).Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! Share 48 Views no discussions LocalNews New SEC Chairman says formation of new program will benefit youths by: – November 21, 2011 Share Tweet
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The 8th grade was victorious over the Greendale Bengals in 2 very close games. 25-24 & 25-23. Great play @ the net by Audrey Amberger & Megan Butz.Submitted by St. Louis Coach Jill Reidy. The St. Louis 7th grade Volleyball team fell in 2 games to a tough Greendale team. Great consistent serving by Hanna Hurm, Lily Abplananlp & Samantha Sheets.
SOMERTON, Ariz. (Feb. 12-13) – The Ricky Thornton Jr. express rolled on Saturday at Cocopah Speedway.Thornton raced from 13th starting to win the final Winter Nationals feature for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds.Runner-up was Mike Jergens. Lance Mari, Ryan McDaniel and 21st starting Hunter Marriott rounded out the top five.The $3,000 win was Thornton’s fifth of the season, all of them coming at Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying events. He’s now won 83 times in his IMCA career, tied for 66th on the all-time list for the Modified division.Total car counts topped 100 both Friday and Saturday, with 60-plus Modifieds from 14 states and Canada entered each night.After starting Winter Nationals with back-to-back third-place finishes, Nebraska’s Justin Zeitner won a second straight Modified main event, and another $1,000, on Friday.Zeitner started from the pole and led all 25 laps of a caution-free contest. Dylan Smith, himself no stranger to victory lane at Cocopah, was second while Thornton was third.Cody Laney and Ryan Gaylord were scored next as the top five finishing positions were filled by drivers from different states.“I had to protect the bottom. Dylan and Ricky were right there if I messed up,” said Zeitner, who ran in lapped traffic before taking the checkers. “When I left home I had the goal of making the show every night and we’ve drawn pretty good since we got here. I’m going to keep riding the wave we’re on.”Andrew Altenburg beat Manny Baldiviez and Greg Wichman to the stripe in the Friday Stock Car feature. Joe White was the winner on Saturday, in front of Jimmy Davy and Baldiviez.Scott Shaw, Jim Robinson and Brent Wofford were the Hobby Stock top three on Friday. Robinson topped the Saturday show ahead of Aaron Norman while Wofford repeated his third place run.Bakersfield, Calif., drivers filled the Northern SportMod podium on Friday, with Wayne Dotson winning in front of Gary Dutton and Nick Spainhoward. Levi Kiefer, another Bakersfield hotshoe, was the Saturday winner. Spainhoward was second and Chris Toth took third.Feb. 12 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Justin Zeitner, LaVista, Neb.; 2. Dylan Smith, Osceola, Neb.; 3. Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler; 4. Cody Laney, Torrance, Calif.; 5. Ryan Gaylord, Lakewood, Colo.; 6. Ethan Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif.; 7. Hunter Marriott, Brookfield, Mo.; 8. Tim Ward, Chandler; 9. Mike Jergens, Plover, Iowa; 10. R.C. Whitwell, Tucson; 11. Lance Mari, Imperial, Calif.; 12. Chaz Baca, Apache Junction; 13. Paul Stone, Winton; 14. Jason Noll, Peoria; 15. Travis Peery, Williston, N.D.; 16. Nick Deal, Walnut, Iowa; 17. Jake Holland, Reno, Nev.; 18. David Murray Jr., Oberlin, Kan; 19. Ryan McDaniel, Olivehurst, Calif.; 20. Russell Allen, Brawley, Calif.; 21. William Gould, Calera, Okla.; 22. Aaron Spangler, Dove Creek, Colo.; 23. Brian Mullen, Seymour, Wis.; 24. Jason Wolla, Ray, N.D.Stock Cars – 1. Andrew Altenburg, Truman, Minn.; 2. Manny Baldiviez, Yuma; 3. Greg Wichman, Bonduel, Wis.; 4. Rob Krull, Shiocton, Wis.; 5. Joe White, Oconto Falls, Wis.; 6. Joe Haines, Yuma; 7. Jody York, Lubbock, Texas; 8. Steve Kihle, Williston, N.D.; 9. Tony Hill, Cortez, Colo.; 10. Aaron Corley, Meadow, Texas; 11. Jimmy Davy, Yuma; 12. Thomas Daffern, Brawley, Calif.; 13. Joey Teague, Brawley, Calif.; 14. Steven Daffern, Brawley, Calif.; 15. Race Fisher, Dove Creek, Colo.; 16. Joey Essary, Joey.Hobby Stocks – 1. Scott Shaw, Red Deer, Alb.; 2. Jim Robinson, Yuma; 3. Brent Wofford, Yuma; 4. Bob Horton, Yuma; 5. Jason Beshears, Yuma; 6. Aaron Norman, Carlsbad, N.M.; 7. Francisco Cordova, Somerton; 8. Harvey Quinn, Yuma; 9. Craig Ebers, Yuma.Northern SportMods – 1. Wayne Dotson, Bakersfield, Calif.; 2. Gary Dutton, Bakersfield, Calif.; 3. Nick Spainhoward, Bakersfield, Calif.; 4. Adolfo Noriega, Yuma; 5. Thomas Harrison, Somerton; 6. Chris Toth, Holtville, Calif.; 7. Timmy Reese, Yuma; 8. Kyle Smith, Yuma; 9. Schannon Mohamed, Brawley, Calif.; 10. Dennis Gates, Claypool; 11. Cody Daffern, Brawley, Calif.; 12. Ron Pegues, Brawley, Calif.; 13. Sean Callens, Brawley, Calif.; 14. Corey Clayton, El Centro, Calif.; 15. James Dupre, Yuma; 16. Levi Kiefer, Bakersfield, Calif.; 17. Austin Frye, Taft, Calif.; 18. Corey Hemphill, Yuma; 19. Joshua Cordova, Somerton; 20. Miles Morris, Yuma.Feb. 13 Feature ResultsModifieds – 1. Thornton; 2. Jergens; 3. Mari; 4. McDaniel; 5. Marriott; 6. Laney; 7. Noll; 8. Deal; 9. Zeitner; 10. Gaylord; 11. Nick O’Neil, Tucson; 12. Mullen; 13. Murray; 14. Holland; 15. Allen; 16. Austin Kuehl, Cave Creek; 17. Jerry Phillips, Galva, Kan.; 18. Troy Heupel, Williston, N.D.; 19. Spangler; 20. Danny Lauer, Nipomo, Calif.; 21. Wolla; 22. Dotson; 23. Rusty Corneliusen, Dickinson, N.D.; 24. Gould.Stock Cars – 1. White; 2. Davy; 3. Baldiviez; 4. Wichman; 5. York; 6. Hill; 7. Krull; 8. Haines; 9. Steven Daffern; 10. Corley; 11. Kihle; 12 Altenburg; 13. Thomas Daffern; 14. Fisher.Hobby Stocks – 1. Robinson; 2. Norman; 3. Wofford; 4. Beshears; 5. Cordova; 6. Shaw; 7. Quinn; 8. Horton.Northern SportMods – 1. Kiefer; 2. Spainhoward; 3. Toth; 4. Dotson; 5. Dutton; 6. Morris; 7. Reese; 8. Noriega; 9. Smith; 10. Cordova; 11. Harrison; 12. Clayton; 13. Pegues; 14. Daffern; 15. Gates.
“I have to be honest once they scored at 3-2 you think you are losing the game but looking back we are always there scoring goals,” he said. “We always get a chance with Daniel and Luis and we know they have goals. “Daniel scored the equaliser which was very important for us as it means we can keep going in the way we started this season and make sure we build on that. “If we win next week this can be a very important point for us.” Mignolet was Liverpool’s best player with a string of saves in the second half as Everton pushed, initially, for their equaliser. However, even he could not prevent the Reds’ weakness at set-pieces being exploited as with the first coming from a free-kick and the third a corner. “As a goalkeeper you don’t want to be busy. You like it in training but you have to do the things you are asked and do the best you can,” he added. “It is not nice to concede from set-pieces but we also scored from set-pieces (all three goals). “We have to make sure we do things better in the next few games. “But Romelu is a physical presence and sometimes you have to give credit to the attacker as well.” Aside from the overall action in the game the major talking point was Mirallas’ knee-high challenge on Suarez which left the Uruguay striker limping heavily for 10 minutes before half-time. The 26-year-old was still limping when he left Goodison Park but the tackle which manager Brendan Rodgers described as potentially career-ending was not enough to prevent him completing 90 minutes and almost snatching victory when his superb effort in added time was batted away by goalkeeper Tim Howard. Suarez, after a 7,000-mile trip from his homeland following a World Cup qualifying play-off on Wednesday, was floored for some time by Mirallas’ challenge – which referee Phil Dowd decided was worthy only of a booking. Rodgers admitted he feared the worst. “You don’t see him do that. Sometimes he rolls about but then gets up quickly but I knew it was reasonably bad when he stayed down that long,” said the Reds boss. “I don’t think there are many (who could play on). His will and determination to play is unbelievable. “He is just remarkable. He got back late Thursday night and looked surprisingly fresh in Friday’s training. “Having only one striker for six months last year gave me an idea of what his mentality is like and I know even if he is not playing well at the end of the game he can still get you something and he nearly did. “He is a player who goes to the limit every game so I have no doubts.” Despite his disappointment at conceding three goals Rodgers was pleased with his team’s battling qualities as they picked themselves up to get a draw. “When you come off after a game like that against your rivals and play like we did in parts of the game and show the character and mentality to come from behind it tells me everything about where my group is at,” he added. “We are disappointed as well because we were 2-1 up and we should have gone 3-1 (when Joe Allen inexplicably missed the target with only the goalkeeper to beat), which would have allowed us to control the game. “They ended up getting the equaliser and then we were not strong enough on a corner, Lukaku gets his header and it’s 3-2. “In a game we should never have been behind in against our rivals we had to show our character and that is what we did. “A point away from home against a rival is always a very good result but obviously we will look at it and think with a bit better control we could have won.” Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet did not think the Reds had thrown away the 221st Merseyside derby when they were trailing due to the firepower of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge. Having twice led through Philippe Coutinho and a brilliant Luis Suarez free-kick – either side of Kevin Mirallas’ equaliser – Romelu Lukaku scored twice to give the Toffees a 3-2 lead with eight minutes to go. Mignolet’s Belgium team-mate appeared to have delivered a crushing blow only for Sturridge to snatch back a point in the 89th minute. Press Association