Cottco Holdings Limited (COTT.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange under the Agricultural sector has released it’s 2011 annual report.For more information about Cottco Holdings Limited (COTT.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Cottco Holdings Limited (COTT.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Cottco Holdings Limited (COTT.zw) 2011 annual report.Company ProfileThe Cotton Company of Zimbabwe is known as Cottco and was formerly AICO Africa Limited. Cottco is the largest company in Zimbabwe processing and marketing cotton products for national and international markets, with operations in Zimbabwe, the rest of Africa, Europe and Asia. The company is involved in the procurement of cotton crops, buying and ginning cotton seed and marketing cotton lint and ginned seed. Cottco works closely with cotton farmers in Zimbabwe and offers agronomic and financial support to the end of the cotton-production process. Cottco has 20 outlets in cotton-producing areas in Zimbabwe, with its ginneries located in Chiredzi, Chihoy, Gokewe, Kadoma and Muzarabani. Cottco Holdings Limited was incorporated in 2008 and its headquarters are in Harare, Zimbabwe. Cottco Holdings Limited is listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange
1. This was the same – but differentYes, it was another one-point loss to the Wallabies put to bed in the dying minutes, but this defeat for Scotland was a lot different to the World Cup nailbiter from 2015, the last time these teams met.For starters, there was far less referee-related controversy. The Scots came out on top in the try count this time too. They weren’t chasing their opponents, they were competing with them. Scoreline aside, there was more positive than negative to take from this one.2. The front row passed the testThere was a lot of worry running up to the game around the absence of both WP Nel and Alasdair Dickinson through injury. The fate of the scrums was placed in the hands of 20-year-old Zander Fagerson (one cap) and former South African U20 Allan Dell (0 caps) and overall they gave a good account of themselves.The scrum wobbled and yes there were penalties, but it never capitulated, and both props put in strong carries during an impressive first half for the Scots.Bright spot: Zander Fagerson, here tackling Israel Folau, stood up well to the challenge (Pic: Getty)The main thing was that the scrum wasn’t turned into a stream of points for the Wallabies.Sterner scrummaging challenges await them in the form of Argentina and Georgia over the next two weekends. If they come through those with pride intact, we should see an end to the first-choice front row having to play for a full 80 minutes when Nel and Dickinson return.3. Jones was the centre of attentionLast year Duncan Taylor was the breakout star in midfield, and his injury and lack of game time was seen as a blow to Scotland’s prospects this autumn.We needn’t have worried: it looks like the exiles system has unearthed another star in the form of Huw Jones. Playing in the same 13 shirt favoured by both Taylor and Mark Bennett, the Edinburgh-born Western Province/Stormers centre had just one five-minute cameo to his name to date. So his exact international quality was unknown, although his Currie Cup highlights reels on Youtube were impressive enough.Class finish: Huw Jones scores his second try in a Man of the Match performance (Pic: Reuters)His first try was a thing of beauty conjured by Finn Russell, a deft chip kick bouncing perfectly for Jones to angle on to; there wasn’t a gold shirt near him once he hit top speed.The second was similarly impressive, using his footwork to elude Tevita Kuridrani when it looked like perhaps Scotland should have gone towards the other wing where Sean Maitland saw an overlap.Like young Fagerson, Jones looks totally at ease at this level and should earn a further two matches to showcase his talents; a move north should be next.4. Injuries at the start cost Scotland at the end LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS History repeated itself as the Scots succumbed to a late score from the Wallabies, but Rory Baldwin saw lots of positives for Vern Cotter’s men By the end of this one, Scotland had Grant Gilchrist packing down on the blindside with both Gray brothers still on. The superb John Barclay was all but out on his feet carrying a limp shoulder, having tackled himself to a standstill.It all started with an early injury to No 8 Ryan Wilson, that meant a dynamic back row consisting entirely of opensides. When replacement John Hardie was injured later in the game, the toll of a hugely intense effort in both defence and attack started to take its toll on the Scottish pack.Injury toll: John Hardie is carted off – the Scots’ second back-row casualty (Pic: Reuters)With tired bodies come tired minds, and an almost inevitable increase in the penalty count against Scotland allowed Australia to keep probing. Kuridrani’s heart-breaker of a try in the 76th minute effectively settled the issue, as the Scots found it extremely difficult to make ground against a dogged Wallaby defence in the closing minutes.Devastating for such a superhuman effort to be, in the end, not quite enough.5. Food for thought ahead of ArgentinaWhen asked in the post-match performance if this loss was harder to take than the World Cup loss, Greig Laidlaw insisted that game was gone, in the past. This one has to be locked away now too, and quickly. With Argentina coming off the back of a narrow loss to Wales, they will be targeting this weekend’s game for a ‘bounce back’ win.It wasn’t a complete performance by any means but the key pointers to work on are simple things, even if they are not unfamiliar failings.Restarts and kick-offs are still a nightmare, the exit strategies were not as effective as they should be. Scotland should be using Stuart Hogg’s giant boot for any touch finders and clearances, and he or Russell should take any penalties at the limit of Laidlaw’s range.Called up: Uncapped Edinburgh back-row Cornell du Preez has joined the Scotland squad (Pic: Getty)Tommy Seymour may come back in on the wing while the back row will almost certainly change with injuries to Wilson and Hardie likely to mean a first cap for Cornell du Preez.Finally, Scotland need to trust in each other to score points, and focus on retaining possession. Not again: Greig Laidlaw (left) looks on as Australia celebrate their narrow win at Murrayfield (Pic: Getty) However, that first-half effort showed that the blueprint for the future of Scottish rugby is coming closer to fruition.For the latest Rugby World subscription offers click here. Find your local stockist here and you can download the digital edition here.
Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Submit an Event Listing Submit a Job Listing Curate Diocese of Nebraska Rector Belleville, IL This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 General Convention 2015 The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Tampa, FL Director of Music Morristown, NJ TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Press Release Service How2charist offers digital version on typical ‘instructed Eucharist’ Innovative project brought ‘ministerial entrepreneur’ into partnership with Church Center digital evangelism staff Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Rector Knoxville, TN Rector Albany, NY Youth Minister Lorton, VA Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Featured Jobs & Calls New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books By Mary Frances SchjonbergPosted Feb 21, 2019 Tags Rector Martinsville, VA Rector Smithfield, NC Evangelism, Rector Shreveport, LA Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Pittsburgh, PA Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Featured Events Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Hopkinsville, KY Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Washington, DC Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Photo: Screen grab/How2charist[Episcopal News Service] If you run a traditional piece of Episcopal Church formation – the instructed Eucharist – through the new world of digital ministry, what do you get?You get How2charist, an annotated video with a 28-page discussion guide for learning why Episcopalians do what they do when they celebrate the Eucharist. The on-screen explanations range from descriptions of the priest’s vestments and the vessels used on the altar to explanations of each part of the liturgy, such as the memorial acclamation and the epiclesis.Many Episcopal priests occasionally preside at a Eucharist during which they stop the service to explain what they are doing and why, discussing tradition and liturgical theology. How2charist offers a seamless Eucharist that explains without stopping the action, so to speak.The video can be viewed as a whole but is also available in individual chapters to make a four-session small-group series. Two of the sessions cover the flow of the Liturgy of the Word portion of the Eucharist through the Prayers of the People. The next two chapters show the Liturgy of the Table. The full film and the chapters can be viewed online or downloaded to use offline.It’s all free for the taking. The only “charge” is an email address for getting a “token” that provides access to the film and discussion guide.How2charist is the culmination of a nearly 11-year-old dream of the Rev. Callie Swanlund, an associate rector at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. It also represents an innovative collaboration between Swanlund and The Episcopal Church’s digital evangelism team.The Rev. Callie Swanlund has been dreaming about making How2charist since she was in seminary. Photo: Screen grab/How2charist’s trailerThe idea for How2charist came to Swanlund in 2008 when she took a course at Church Divinity School of the Pacific with the Rev. Micah Jackson called “New Media in Worship & Preaching.” Swanlund started with the idea of an instructed Eucharist and thought about VH1’s Pop-Up Video series, which between 1996 and 2006 added “pop-up” bubbles – called “info nuggets” – containing trivia, witticisms and other comments to music videos. Swanlund’s first version was a PowerPoint, but she and others kept thinking bigger.In a screen grab from How2charist’s trailer, the Rev. Callie Swanlund breaks the host as an explanation appears on the screen.How2charist has only been available since earlier this year, yet as of Feb. 20, the film has been viewed, at least in part, 1,310 times. Some 1,350 people have requested access codes to view it and the guide.Feedback, both to Swanlund personally and via social media posts (which How2charist encourages), has shown her that the creative ways people are using How2charist go “beyond anything I could have dreamed up,” she said in a telephone interview with Episcopal News Service. Those ways include congregations using it to help train their acolytes and dioceses using it in their classes for training would-be priests locally.One congregation plans to “deconstruct” the video, adding some of the pop-up explanations to the printed special bulletins they use to guide guests who come to witness baptisms. “It goes back to, in some ways, what I was moving away from in making this digital version, but I love it,” she said. “It shows that they love the information contained in it and not just some flashy model of presentation.”The film crew, led by Michael Collins, Episcopal Church manager of multimedia services, left, discusses its plan as the Rev. Callie Swanlund stands at the altar and the Rev. Nancy Frausto, a priest in the Diocese of Los Angeles, listens at right. How2charist was staged at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ambler, Pennsylvania. The full-length Spanish version, in which Frausto presides at Church of the Epiphany in Los Angeles, is due out this spring. Photo: Jeremy TackettThe choice of liturgical style was a challenge. “That was the fear that kept me awake,” Swanlund said. Though, she knew she had a good film crew and a good group of volunteers both on screen and behind the scenes as consultants to prevent her from doing something “that is going to get me burned at the stake.” She also knew that “it’s me that it falls on” because she was claiming to be “representing the Eucharist to the entire Episcopal Church.”Swanlund anticipated valid criticism. She also figured there might be some nitpickers “because we’re Episcopalians and we love to be nitpicky; I think it is one of our core values,” she said, laughing. Such criticism “comes from a place of deep love and care for our liturgy,” Swanlund said.Swanlund aimed for what might be called “a broad church” liturgical style, not too plain or “low church” and not too much of the so-called “smells and bells” associated with a “high-church” style of presiding. She encouraged the volunteer congregation to act the way they would in their own churches. So, some people crossed themselves frequently; others did not. Some sang and prayed with raised hands. Some knelt when others stood.“I wanted to honor this liturgy that we share. It’s common prayer, so I wanted to make it as common as possible, knowing that there are differences,” she said. The discussion guide gives viewers the chance to reflect on the differences they see.Criticism “has been, so far, less than I anticipated,” but there has been some, she said. Very few people said that they wished the style had been lower, but some wished it had been higher, Swanlund said. And, then, there was the debate on the online discussion site Reddit about whether her left-handedness invalidated her blessings.Some viewers debated whether it was appropriate for the Rev. Callie Swanlund to bless with her left hand. Photo: Screen grab/How2charistThere are overhead shots, close-up shots, multiple angles and slow-motion sequences. “We wanted to have the people watching it to have an intimate view of the Eucharist that they might never have in a typical Sunday service,” she said. A project with these kind of production values costs money.Swanlund started an online fundraising effort through Kickstarter to pay for How2charist. The effort began during General Convention’s meeting in Austin, Texas, last July.The Diocese of Texas was an early backer, according to Swanlund. Carol Barnwell, who was then the diocesan director of communication, “was a cheerleader,” even during an earlier effort when Swanlund realized she was not in a position at that time to pull it off. Diocese of Los Angeles Bishop Suffragan Diane Jardine Bruce took Swanlund to meet other bishops in Austin. The diocese became How2charist’s largest backer. Swanlund also contacted other bishops she knew.There were non-Episcopalians who became supporters, some at the $500-or-more partner level, such as Jenn Giles Kemper, the developer of the Sacred Ordinary Days planner. Giles Kemper is what Swanlund called a “liturgical Baptist” from Waco, Texas. “To see another woman entrepreneur say, ‘I’m committed to this project and also to other women doing ministerial entrepreneurship’ was really, really cool,” Swanlund said. “It buoyed me.”The support of 236 Kickstarter backers, including dioceses, congregations and individuals, raised $35,000. Swanlund said many backers whom she did not know have since introduced themselves to her at events, and they seem to express “a communal pride” about being part of the project.The film crew shot from many angles during the Eucharist at Trinity Episcopal Church in Ambler, Pennsylvania. Photo: Jeremy TackettHow2charist also fits with the mandate that General Convention gave the churchwide staff in 2015 (via Resolution 2015_B009) to create somewhat timeless content that would be available to the church for download. Jeremy Tackett, the church’s digital evangelist and senior manager for creative services, told ENS that “rather than simply try to figure out on our own what kind of content would be attractive to the church, we decided to look for creators who were already in the process of doing unique things in the church.”He called Swanlund’s Kickstarter effort “innovative” and explained that “if the fundraising was successful on its own, we knew that we’d have a project with buy-in from folks who would use it once created.” Its success gave the Digital Evangelism department “an established proof of concept” that showed that the church’s partnership with Swanlund would be “good stewardship of our resources,” Tackett said.Swanlund’s fund covered the costs of developing and filming the English language version of the How2charist. Tackett’s department took the project through post-production, including producing a Spanish-language version, and into distribution of the film and guide. (The full-length Spanish video, in which the Rev. Nancy Frausto presides at Church of the Epiphany in Los Angeles, is due out this spring.)Tackett said he is excited about using the model of How2charist in future projects. “By partnering with creators throughout the church, we’re able to expand the pool of ideas and concepts beyond what those connected directly to our office can conceptualize,” he said. “And by working with creators who have a model for at least ‘seed’ fundraising, we can establish that there’s an audience and market for the product we’re helping bring to life.”The hope, he said, is that both his office and Swanlund can now become “partners with and guides to other dreamers who are doing unique things in the world of digital ministry, and that we can bring those ideas to a churchwide audience.”– The Rev. Mary Frances Schjonberg is the Episcopal News Service’s senior editor and reporter.
So very sorry. May he rest in peace and prayers to his family and friends. Breaking Overnight Traffic News From the Florida Highway PatrolAn Apopka man died overnight in a crash at the intersection of Semon Drive and East Colonial Boulevard (State Road 50) in Orlando. At around 12:15 AM this morning, the Florida Highway Patrol responded to a one-car crash on East State Road 50 in Orlando. Anthony Disla, 25, was traveling westbound in the inside travel lane approaching traffic. Disla attempted to change lanes to the outside travel lane to pass the traffic, but failed to maintain control of his vehicle and traveled onto the westbound shoulder of State Road 50. Disla traveled down the embankment on the westbound shoulder and collided with a tree. The vehicle overturned onto its right side. The crash remains under investigation.No other details are known. The Apopka Voice will update this story when more information is known. Reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Mama Mia Please enter your name here 3 COMMENTS On another subject involving a fatal crash but unrelated to the above story, did anyone hear about Chris Soules who was one of the bachlors on the tv program, The Bachlor, and that Soules was allegedly involved in a hit and run crash and allegedly took off after the crash? What happened was that he allegedly was driving his 2008 Chevy pickup and rear-ended a tractor ahead of him causing both vehicles to go off road into ditches. The man on the tractor was pronounced dead at the hospital. He was 66, and Chris Soules’ neighbor. This was in the area near Soules’ farm in Arlington, Iowa. This was reported on Radar Online, as well as other sources, and I believe it happened maybe Monday, not sure. He allegedly took off on foot, one source stated, but Radar Online stated he allegedly took off in his truck. This was sometime after 8:00 pm and Soules was caught, arrested, and booked around 1:00 am or shortly after. The police had found some booze containers and believe that drinking was a factor. One source states tractor, and another source states tractor trailer, so I don’t know. I don’t know what Chris Soules has to say about the fatal crash, or if he talked at all, at his intial appearance before a judge. What do you think will happen with Chris Soules? You can hear the audio of the 911 call on Radar Online. Please enter your comment! Reply Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 April 26, 2017 at 8:07 am Mama Mia TAGSFlorida Highway Patrol Previous articleAAA: Florida gas prices reach 20-month highNext articleLandscaping database saves time, money and water Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR April 26, 2017 at 3:35 pm Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Mama Mia April 26, 2017 at 4:22 pm Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply TMZ reports that Chris Soules is the one that called 911 about the accident and reported it. He is said to have felt for the man’s pulse and told 911 operators he could feel his pulse. Someone attempted CPR on the man, as others were present at the scene, and it is the others who reported Soules fled the scene. Chris Soules has now spoken out that he is devastated over the other man’s death, and is offering prayers to his family…….Soules was arrested for leaving the scene of the fatal crash, but not for DUI. The crash was in Aurora, Iowa instead of Arlington, Iowa…….
Key Dates Howard Lake | 10 September 2008 | News The judging process will take place on Thursday 18 September and will be followed that evening by a dinner and award ceremony at the Imperial War Museum in London, where the winner will be announced. Tagged with: Awards Digital Recruitment / people Applicants entered the Entrepreneur Challenge in seven regions across the UK and each regional finalist will be given the opportunity to present their plans to the judging panel. A funding pot of up to Â£5m is available for each region and the judges will be looking for real entrepreneurial spirit and a sound business idea. Five finalists from each region will then be invited to a prestigious event in their own region where the successful entrepreneur will be announced. 21 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis The seven regional winners will go forward to a national final to be held in December. Founded in early 2001, Justgiving is the UK’s most popular destination for online charity fundraising, with a mission to enable ordinary people to raise extraordinary amounts for the causes they care about. The company aims to create a diverse and lively online community where supporters can inspire each other to raise as much as possible. If it is succesful in the Entrepreneur Challenge, Justgiving will use the funding to leverage the currently unexploited consumer potential in the US, and establish a second US office on the West Coast whose mission will be to develop the next generation of the product. The Company also has further plans to expand globally over the next 3-5 years. 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. -ends- Justgiving reaches regional final of £35 million entrepreneur challenge Zarine Kharas CEO of Justgiving, commented: “We have now reached a level of sustainability in the UK where we are beginning to generate profits, allowing us to reinvest in the business. 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TAGSKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick PostLITLSAD With Compliments. ELVES, the End-of-Life Vehicle compliance scheme and Limerick School of Art & Design LIT today announced the winners of their recent joint video animation competition. Photographed at the event were the winning entry ‘8-Bit’ created by students David Ng Yee Shian, Limerick, Samantha O’Keeffe Tipperary town and Michael McNamara, Askeaton. Also in the photograph are Mike Fitzpatrick, Dean, Limerick School of Art & Design LIT, Lee Jane Eastwood, ELVES and Elena Wrelton, Enviromental Compliance Manager, ELVES. Photograph Press 22The purpose of the contest is to help ELVES www.elves.ie raise awareness about how End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) in Ireland should be processed properly. As the compliance scheme for the End-of-Life Vehicle sector, part of ELVES remit is to create public awareness about how people should correctly scrap their cars and small vans, once they are no longer roadworthy. To help achieve this aim, ELVES partnered with Limerick School of Art and Design LIT to task some of its students with creating commercial standard video animations which would best convey this message.Through a collaborative process including briefing, research, brainstorming and refinement the gifted third year LSAD Animation & Motion Design Students met the challenge with talent to spare. ELVES also organised a visit to an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF), Bob Sweeney & Autotowing Ltd in Castleconnell, Limerick where students could examine in detail the journey that an End-of-Life Vehicle goes through to process, reuse and recycle its constituent parts efficiently.ELVES, the End-of-Life Vehicle compliance scheme and Limerick School of Art & Design LIT have announced the winners of their recent joint video animation competition.The purpose of the contest is to help ELVES www.elves.ie raise awareness about how End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) in Ireland should be processed properly.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up As the compliance scheme for the End-of-Life Vehicle sector, part of ELVES remit is to create public awareness about how people should correctly scrap their cars and small vans, once they are no longer roadworthy.To help achieve this aim, ELVES partnered with Limerick School of Art and Design LIT to task some of its students with creating commercial standard video animations which would best convey this message.Through a collaborative process including briefing, research, brainstorming and refinement the gifted third year LSAD Animation & Motion Design Students met the challenge with talent to spare.ELVES also organised a visit to an Authorised Treatment Facility (ATF), Bob Sweeney & Autotowing Ltd in Castleconnell, Limerick where students could examine in detail the journey that an End-of-Life Vehicle goes through to process, reuse and recycle its constituent parts efficiently.After intense deliberation by ELVES, the winners have been announced. The overall winning animation is entitled ‘8-Bit’ and is a team effort by students David Ng Yee Shian, Michael McNamara and Samantha O’Keeffe.Their inspiration comes from portraying the journey of an End-of-Life Vehicle as an 8-bit video game, a message format which resonates with many younger age groups as well as older ones. The quality of this winning video was exceptional and was deemed to be of the standard of a professional design & animation studio.Two runners-up groups were also awarded prizes and the judges were generous in their praise for the distinctive animations.The video created by Conor Bourke and Sinead Mitchell is an extraordinary 3D animation which visually and vividly explains the process of what to do when your ELV reaches the end of its road and what parts of the car can be reused and recycled.The explainer video created by Anna Dreimane, Kate Deegan, and Mikey Cashell is particularly clear in demonstrating the second lives that many constituent car parts, such as mirrors, doors and headlights can still have once an ELV has been through the dismantling, reuse and recycling processes.Commenting on the project, Elena Wrelton, Compliance Manager ELVES said, ‘ELVES’ objective is to promote and improve the processing of End-of-Life Vehicles in Ireland.The reason we linked up with Limerick School of Art & Design (LIT) was that we were intrigued to see how these talented students would look at the ELVES message in a fresh way and so through their animations, help us to communicate to the public about how to correctly scrap an ELV.The students and the lecturers certainly didn’t disappoint. We at ELVES have been very impressed by the calibre of the entries, all so different, all so accomplished. We could only pick one overall winner, but it was a very difficult decision. The future of animation is safe with these students.”David Phelan, Animation & Motion Design Lecturer at Limerick School of Art and Design (LIT), added, “Having the opportunity to work on an industry brief, which has to achieve real life objectives for a client is an invaluable opportunity for our students.Seeing what works and what doesn’t, where you can be creative and where you have to fit into certain parameters are valuable skills. A competition such as this challenges the students and helps to equip them with these skills into the next stage of their experience. We were delighted to partner with ELVES on this project.”WinnerVideo Game Animation ‘8-Bit’David NG Yee Shian, Michael McNamara and Samantha O’KeeffeRunners UpConor Bourke & Sinead MitchellAnna Dreimane, Kate Deegan and Mikey Cashell Print Linkedin WhatsApp Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live LimerickNewsWinners of LSAD / LIT and ELVES animation and motion design competition announcedBy Meghann Scully – March 3, 2020 199 Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Advertisement WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email Twitter Previous articleLimerick’s St Patrick’s Festival to be beamed live to millions of people across AmericaNext articleMunsters and Bohs the only Limerick winners from the weekend’s AIL action Meghann Scully Facebook
Pinterest OVERLAND PARK, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Bardavon Health Innovations announces Zane Burke, an internationally recognized healthcare executive, has joined its board of directors. Burke brings extensive experience scaling healthcare technology enterprises with highly innovative and disruptive business models. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005765/en/ Zane Burke joins the board of Bardavon Health Innovations, a proactive Workers’ Compensation digital health partner that connects all stakeholders to better manage claims. (Photo: Business Wire) Mr. Burke most recently served as the CEO of Livongo Health, Inc. As CEO, he successfully led the company to the largest consumer digital health initial public offering in July 2019 and its eventual $18.5 billion merger in Teladoc Health, Inc. (NYSE: TDOC), to form the world’s largest virtual care company. This merger is recognized as one of the largest M&A transactions in 2020. “I am eager to join Bardavon’s board of directors, and to help in their mission to redefine the industry’s current digital health approach to Workers’ Compensation,” said Burke. “Matt Condon is a great leader; I have a lot of respect for what he’s built. Bardavon’s single-minded focus on functional outcomes for injured Workers’ Compensation patients is similar to Livongo’s whole-person strategy. This approach, based on clinical therapy data, provides the innovation this market has been lacking. Matt and his team are bringing a highly differentiated experience to Workers’ Compensation.” Prior to Livongo, Burke spent more than two decades at Cerner Corporation (Nasdaq: CERN), most recently serving as its President. Burke was a key contributor to Cerner’s growth over his 22-year tenure, where he held several executive roles in sales, strategy, finance, and operations. At the time of his departure from Cerner, the Company was generating over $5 billion in annual revenue with more than 29,000 associates and 27,500 provider facilities in 35 countries. “Zane’s addition to our Board will be catalytic for Bardavon,” said Bardavon Founder and CEO, Matthew Condon. “He intuitively understands the challenges facing employers and providers in today’s digital health marketplace. Zane has a deep knowledge of healthcare and how to build and scale new models for innovation. He knows how healthcare platforms can transform an industry for all stakeholders. His leadership will support Bardavon in achieving its goals.” Bardavon’s national network of therapy providers use bNOTES ®, a proprietary Workers’ Compensation treatment guidance platform, to gather clinical treatment data. This data enables all stakeholders to achieve better health outcomes for America’s injured workers. “Our business, even during COVID-19, is expanding rapidly,” Condon continued. “Zane will provide us unparalleled leadership as we grow and scale our business. Our overall mission is to fix the Workers’ Compensation experience for our partners by linking everyone with digital tools. This creates a new model for Workers’ Compensation care that delivers better functional outcomes.” About Bardavon Health Innovations Bardavon is a privately held proactive Workers’ Compensation digital health partner that connects all stakeholders to better manage claims. We offer injury prevention, treatment, and work readiness solutions through our national network of therapy providers. Bardavon shares a holistic analysis of the claim so America’s Workers’ Compensation patients can achieve optimized functional outcomes and return to full-duty. We treat people right. Bardavon.com View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005765/en/ CONTACT: Amy Curtis Media Relations Bardavon Health Innovations [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA KANSAS INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY INSURANCE HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SOFTWARE OTHER HEALTH PHYSICAL THERAPY HEALTH DATA MANAGEMENT SOURCE: Bardavon Health Innovations Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 12:25 PM/DISC: 02/03/2021 12:25 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005765/en TAGS Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Local NewsBusiness Twitter Facebook Twitter Zane Burke Joins Bardavon Health Innovations’ Board of Directors Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApp Previous articleNew Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Utility-Scale Solar in OhioNext articleUnited States Psoriatic Arthritis Market and Competitive Landscape Report 2021: Epidemiology, Key Products Marketed, Market Valuations and Forecast, Drugs Sales and Market Shares – ResearchAndMarkets.com Digital AIM Web Support
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