June 16

Legacy marketing online “unproven”?

first_imgThat is certainly not the case. The first UK charities to include legacy content online did so in 1995. UK Fundraising would be happy to feature any examples of successful online legacy campaigns. Contact Howard Lake. Howard Lake | 7 June 2001 | News Richard Radcliffe of Smee and Ford looks at legacy marketing in an article in the June issue of Professional Fundraising magazine. Listing the advantages and disadvantages of the different legacy promotion media, he notes that the Internet remains “unproven” as a vehicle, the only one of 15 channels listed with that status.Richard Radcliffe of Smee and Ford looks at legacy marketing in an article in the June issue of Professional Fundraising magazine. Listing the advantages and disadvantages of the different legacy promotion media, he notes that the Internet remains “unproven” as a vehicle, the only one of 15 channels listed with that status.This is a poor comment on charities’ use of the Internet as a legacy fundraising medium to date. Legacy campaigns, we are told, often tend to start producing a return within four years. The first UK charity Web sites appeared in 1994. Did UK charities studiously avoid including legacy appeals on their Web sites until 1998, so that we can’t yet tell if the appeals have succeeded? Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  14 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Legacy marketing online “unproven”? 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.last_img read more

June 2

Global RG 7774 Pipeline Report 2021: Phase II (NCT04265261) of Clinical Trial for Diabetic…

first_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Previous articleKubesafe Revolutionizes Backup and Business Continuity for Kubernetes Applications using NetApp ONTAP StorageNext articleIn Mark Foundation-Led Effort, More Than 100 Cancer Research Leaders Call for Biden Administration to Not Make Cancer Research a Casualty of COVID Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest Local NewsBusiness Facebook Facebook WhatsApp DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– The “RG 7774 – Emerging Insight and Market Forecast – 2030” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This report provides comprehensive insights about an investigational product for Diabetic Retinopathy in 7 Major Markets. A detailed picture of the RG 7774 in Seven Major Markets, i.e., United States, EU5 (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom), and Japan, for the study period 2020-2030 is provided in this report along with a detailed description of the product. The product details cover mechanism of action, dosage and administration, route of synthesis, and Research and development activity including regulatory milestones, and other development activities. Further, it also consists of future market assessments inclusive of the market forecast, SWOT analysis, market competitors, and other emerging therapies. Overview RG 7774 is currently in Phase II (NCT04265261) of clinical trial for Diabetic Retinopathy. RG 7774 is being developed by Roche. Scope of the Report The report provides insights into:A comprehensive product overview including the product description, mechanism of action, dosage and administration, Research and Development activity.Elaborated details on regulatory milestones and other development activities have been provided in this report.The report also highlights the drug research and development activity details across the United States, Europe and Japan.The report also covers the patents information with expiry timeline around RG 7774.The report contains forecasted sales for RG 7774 till 2030.Comprehensive coverage of the late-stage emerging therapies (Phase III) for Diabetic Retinopathy.The report also features the SWOT analysis with analyst insights and key findings of RG 7774. RG 7774 Analytical Perspective In-depth RG 7774 Market Assessment This report provides a detailed market assessment of RG 7774 in Seven Major Markets, i.e., United States, EU5 (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom), and Japan. This segment of the report provides forecasted sales data from 2020 to 2030. RG 7774 Clinical Assessment The report provides the clinical trials information of RG 7774 covering trial interventions, trial conditions, trial status, start and completion dates. Report HighlightsIn the coming years, the market scenario for Diabetic Retinopathy is set to change due to the extensive research and incremental healthcare spending across the world; which would expand the size of the market to enable the drug manufacturers to penetrate more into the market.The companies and academics are working to assess challenges and seek opportunities that could influence RG 7774 dominance. The therapies under development are focused on novel approaches to treat/improve the disease condition.Other emerging products for Diabetic Retinopathy are giving market competition to RG 7774 and launch of late-stage emerging therapies in the near future will significantly impact the market.A detailed description of regulatory milestones, development activities, and some key findings provide the current development scenario of RG 7774.the in-depth analysis of the forecasted sales data of RG 7774 from 2020 to 2030 will support the clients in the decision-making process regarding their therapeutic portfolio by identifying the overall scenario of the RG 7774. Key Questions AnsweredWhich company is developing RG 7774 along with the phase of the clinical study?What is the technology utilized in the development of RG 7774?What is the product type, route of administration and mechanism of action of RG 7774?What is the clinical trial status of the study and study completion date?What are the key collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, licensing and other activities related to the RG 7774 development?What are the key designations that have been granted to RG 7774?What is the forecasted market scenario of RG 7774?What is the history of RG 7774 and what is its future?What is the forecasted sales of RG 7774 in the seven major countries, including the United States, Europe (Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom), and Japan?What are the other emerging products available and how these are giving competition to RG 7774?Which are the late-stage emerging therapies under development for the treatment of the Diabetic Retinopathy? Key Topics Covered: 1. Drug Overview 1.1. Product Detail 1.2. Mechanism of Action 1.3. Dosage and Administration 1.4. Research and development activity 1.4.1. Clinical Development 1.4.2. Safety and Efficacy 1.5. Other Development Activities 2. Market Assesment 2.1. 7MM Market Analysis 2.2. The United States Market 2.3. Germany Market 2.4. France Market 2.5. Italy Market 2.6. Spain Market 2.7. United Kingdom Market 2.8. Japan Market 3. SWOT Analysis 4. Analyst Views 5. Market Competitors 6. Other Emerging Therapies 7. Appendix For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/kbr883 View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005904/en/ CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: DIABETES OPTICAL HEALTH CLINICAL TRIALS SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 11:04 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 11:04 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210209005904/encenter_img TAGS  Pinterest Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Global RG 7774 Pipeline Report 2021: Phase II (NCT04265261) of Clinical Trial for Diabetic Retinopathy – Emerging Insight and Market Forecast to 2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.comlast_img read more

December 20

Bachelet Warns That Rebuilding Will Last Through Piñera’s Entire Term

first_img “I’m emotionally affected, because the country didn’t deserve this,” the president confessed to the broadcaster ADN, her voice faltering, after falling silent for several seconds while describing the desolate scene she found on traveling to the affected regions immediately after the disaster. For this reason, she said that an investigation needs to be opened into the reasons why a tsunami warning was not issued in time. “Chile has to have confidence; we are in a position to move forward,” Bachelet affirmed, admitting – nevertheless – that “it’s going to take time.” The president considered unacceptable the failure of the alarm system set up to warn of the risk of ‘sea-quakes,’ a phenomenon that followed Saturday’s earthquake and flattened numerous coastal towns. By Dialogo March 05, 2010 “Practically all of the next administration” will have to be dedicated to responding to the emergency and the rebuilding of the broad region affected by the earthquake, which has left 802 dead and an undetermined number of injured among its two million victims. The president announced that she and the ministers responsible for the agencies most directly involved in responding to the humanitarian emergency will meet on Thursday with President-Elect Sebastián Piñera, who will take office on the 11th. The rebuilding of Chile following the disastrous earthquake that devastated the center and south of the country early Saturday will last for practically the entire four years that Sebastián Piñera will be in charge, Chilean president Michelle Bachelet affirmed today. last_img read more

December 18

Online banking crime confronted by “case management cops”

first_imgDon’t shoot the messenger, but the threat of banking cybercrimes is projected to dramatically increase.  In fact, fraudulent online transactions will double by 2020, according to a recent study by Juniper Research. The study, Online Payment Fraud: Key Vertical Strategies & Management 2016 – 2020, identified three hot areas for online fraud and yes, banking was one of those areas.As the institutions people trust to protect their savings, what can we do?Protect and serveYour members trust you. Protecting their personal information with robust security measures is crucial to maintaining their long-term business. So is acting quickly and efficiently in potential fraudulent situations.That’s why financial institutions need to stop relying on inefficient spreadsheets. The inefficiency of spreadsheets leads to time-consuming and disorganized investigations that are frustrating for members.A financial institution’s fraud department can sometimes have up to a dozen different spreadsheets to identify and monitor fraud reports.Really? This is the 21st Century! We’re supposed to be flying around with jetpacks!Investigators need a better alternative to basic Excel spreadsheets. They need a simple way to organize, access and connect each piece of critical information, including information across different technology applications.That’s where case management software comes into play.Streamline investigationsThe right case management solution frees you from the constraints of spreadsheets. It also allows investigators to easily log, access and interact with the critical data involved in a fraud investigation.By increasing visibility and control – including audit trails of all activities to increase transparency – your institution can proactively identify threats and opportunities for improvement.Leveraging an enterprise content management (ECM) case management solution for fraud investigations gives employees a 360-degree view of all case-related information – including data records, documents, forms and history. It also gives them the ability to easily share that information with investigators.The right case management solution allows financial institutions and investigators to:Simplify the entry, organization and reporting of information surrounding a fraudulent case fileProvide instant and simultaneous access to case files for multiple usersIdentify where fraud is coming fromStreamline investigations with easy access to information from disparate systemsEasily find what they need with advanced search capabilitiesThere are smart people out there who apparently aren’t worried that their “business plan” is based on theft. Our job is to make sure they don’t get away with it.Case closed. 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Michelle Harbinak Shapiro Michelle Shapiro has more than a 15 years of experience in the banking industry to her role as Financial Services Industry Expert at Hyland Software. Her mission is to share … Web: www.onbase.com Detailslast_img read more

December 17

Hurricane Reflections: If you want to grow, you’ll need to change

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Hurricane Matthewcenter_img As I write this, I’m sitting in New Orleans near the banks of the Mississippi River, banks that Hurricane Barry recently threatened to overflow. Fortunately, the Big Easy didn’t experience a catastrophic storm surge, but the rising waters did cause me to reflect on a statement that a board chair made as we kicked off a planning session several years ago.“You cannot step in the same river twice.”He was paraphrasing an idea originally put forth by a Greek philosopher back in 544 B.C. The full proverb states, “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.”At the time of our conversation, the board chair’s credit union was struggling with complacency. His statement served as a kick in the pants that led to some difficult, but necessary, conversations about the factors that were keeping them from growth. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the first time I had encountered a board and leadership team hopelessly wondering how to grow their credit union. As I looked around the conference room, I could see all the signs. They were in survival mode.As our meeting began, the board chair spoke up and said, “This planning session will decide our future. We’re going to find a way to grow and give it our all, or we’re going to end up having to merge.” As the leader of the strategic planning session, I realized the stakes were incredibly high. No pressure, right?last_img read more

November 18

Zagorje got its tourist card – Zagorje Card

first_imgFrom February this year, Zagorje also received its tourist card – Zagorje Card, thanks to the Tourist Board of Krapina-Zagorje County.The tourist card is used to increase tourist spending and the sale of experiences and content throughout the county. Tourist card Zagorje Card is free, lasts five days from the day it is picked up, and offers a 10% discount on services in three categories: culture, gastronomy and spa, ie SPA offer.The idea for the Zagorje Card came about last year, and after half a year of preparation in February this year, Zagorje also received its tourist card, which in a short time proved to be a complete success, according to the Krapina-Zagorje County Tourist Board. “We currently have 25 stakeholders, but day by day there are new business tourism entities that want to get involved, which makes us very happy. We initially printed 5.000 cards, but as the response is better than expected, they will have to print new cards, which is great news. “Points out Martina Belina from the Krapina-Zagorje County Tourist Board and adds that the cards are printed in five different variants and motifs, and each card comes with a brochure listing all the stakeholders and their locations, so that tourists can better cope and inform about benefits offered by Zagorje Card.Great news for all tourism workers and tourists, both domestic and foreign, because most importantly, the whole story works great, ie there is demand, and therefore consumption. Rounded cycles and win-win to everyone’s satisfaction.Enjoy sightseeing of Zagorje museums and castles, traditional Zagorje cuisine or spend a day in one of our water parks with thermal water – the message is the Tourist Board of Krapina-Zagorje CountyZagorje card tourist card can be found in all tourist boards, information centers and hotels in the county, and a list of all stakeholders can be found HERE. Also, the Tourist Board of Krapina-Zagorje County invites all tourist entities to contact them if you want to join this great tourist story.  read more

October 19

West Java to conduct COVID-19 rapid tests at three soccer stadiums

first_imgWest Java governor Ridwan Kamil says his administration plans to conduct rapid tests to detect COVID-19 in sports stadiums as soon as his area receives testing kits from the central government. For now, the testing will be prioritized for people in Greater Jakarta and Greater Bandung since both areas have the most COVID-19 cases based on data from the Health Ministry. Out of 55 positive cases in West Java, 41 are from Bogor, Depok and Bekasi. “The rest of them are not from Bogor, Depok, or Bekasi. Their places of origin have been confirmed through their identity cards,” Ridwan said during a coordination meeting on Sunday. The West Java administration is reportedly to receive 8,000 to 10,000 rapid test kits from Jakarta.The administration is to distribute the test kits in three venues, namely the Patriot Candrabaga stadium in Bekasi, the Pakansari stadium in Bogor and the Si Jalak Harupat stadium in Bandung. Each location is to receive 2,000.The Candrabaga stadium is to be used to test those from Bekasi, Bekasi regency and Karawang. The Pakansari stadium is to be used to test those from Bogor city, Bogor regency and Depok, while the Si Jalak Harupat stadium is to be used to test those from the Greater Bandung area. Read also: Some 70,000 Indonesians could be infected with COVID-19 before Ramadan, scientists sayRidwan stated that the stadiums were chosen as the testing venues after learning from the experiences of other countries in conducting mass testing. The governor was convinced of the use of sports stadiums as the most effective way to conduct testing because it minimizes close-ranged physical interaction among people throughout the event.Ridwan added that the testing would be conducted with a drive-through scheme, by which individuals are to be tested while they are inside their cars. “The rapid test will use blood samples. It can be detected within minutes. If the result is negative, they are allowed to go home. But if the result is positive, they have to move to another location in the stadium,” Ridwan said. Ridwan had asked each regional government to assign at least 30 officers to prepare for the test. They will be tasked to greet the public, conduct the test, manage the incoming vehicles and send the people off. He suggested that people who wished to be tested should register online. If there is an individual who wants to participate but they do not possess a car, Ridwan said he would ask the community unit head to give them a ride. He said he hopes many people would be able to get tested within a short time. “I already consulted with the National Disaster Mitigation Agency [over the testing procedure]. “We will manage the distance between each vehicle. Hopefully we will be able to receive the results within days,” Ridwan said.The mass testing mechanism in West Java is to be different from Jakarta as each regional administration was welcome to create its own model, added the governor.The rapid test would prioritize people who have had contact with COVID-19 patients, those who are under COVID-19 monitoring and those who have contact with people under COVID-19 monitoring.The next batch of the test is aimed at medical workers who have direct interaction with COVID-19 patients. “The third is [for those working in] transportation, such as in terminals and gates. And the next test is for those whose line of work requires them to interact with a lot of people, such as ulema,” Ridwan said. (dpk)Topics :last_img read more

October 6

A 60s style beachfront home is up for grabs in Bilinga, pets are welcome

first_img2/283a Golden Four Drive Bilinga“Even when its raining it’s a beautiful place to be.“It is flat out beachfront living!” The two-level duplex includes two bedrooms and internal access to the garage. The property has no body corporate and is an ideal holiday home. 2/283a Golden Four Drive BilingaThe home is light and bright and has a sun room where Mrs Neller said their dog Max loves to sunbake. “It is a nice spot to have your morning coffee in winter,” she said.“The view of the beach is probably the best part and we can never escape it.“We are either looking at the beach or on it with the animals, especially our cats who love the sand. 2/283a Golden Four Drive BilingaHOMEOWNERS Karen and Keith Neller have two great loves, the beach and their pets.So this pet-friendly, 1960s beachfront duplex couldn’t have been a better choice for them.“My husband Keith and I were living in Tugun on Elizabeth St, about six blocks from the beach when 2/283a Golden Four Drive popped up,” Mrs Neller said.“We thought it would be difficult to find a home right on the beach where we could have our dog Max and our two cats but here we are.”center_img 2/283a Golden Four Drive BilingaThe couple tore up the carpets and put in a new bathroom when they moved in seven years ago.“It is an older style building but we tidied the interiors up,” Mrs Neller said.The home has a retro style with timber flooring and a beach house feel. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago2/283a Golden Four Drive, Bilinga.Mrs Neller describes the style as eclectic with a touch of bohemian and beautiful views of the beach. “The people in the duplex next door were throwing out two chandeliers,” Mrs Neller said.“I asked if I could take them and now it is the show piece of the living room, it adds to the character.”last_img read more

October 6

Top listing in a quiet, friendly location

first_imgThe upstairs living area at 12 Juniper Cct, Stretton.The home is spread across two levels with the living areas downstairs and the bedrooms upstairs. The front door opens to the grand entrance with a statement staircase. There is a formal lounge, dining room and retreat at the front of the home and an open plan kitchen, dining and family room at the back. The kitchen has plenty of bench and cupboard space, European appliances and a walk-in pantry while the family room opens to the outdoor entertaining area. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020 The floorplan of 12 Juniper Cct, Stretton. The kitchen at 12 Juniper Cct, StrettonThere is also a powder room and laundry on the ground floor. Upstairs, the master suite includes balcony, retreat, walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with corner bath, dual basins, shower and separate toilet. The remaining bedrooms have built-in robes, and the family bathroom has a separate bath and shower. There is also a rumpus room on this floor. The home at 12 Juniper Cct, Stretton.THIS former display home is going under the hammer in the 888 The Parks estate in Stretton. Maree Wood bought the home at 12 Juniper Cct in 2008 after falling in love with its modern design, great location and striking entrance. “The entrance has a grand staircase that really gives the home a wow factor,” she said. Ms Wood said she also loved that the property was spacious enough to have her adult children and grandchildren stay. The outdoor area at 12 Juniper Cct, Stretton.Ms Wood said she would miss the home and all the memories she had made there. “My husband and I got married in the house in 2009 — we had the wedding outside in the backyard,” she said.“It’s been a lovely home and I’ve enjoyed living there. It’s in a lovely, quiet neighbourhood with friendly neighbours. “The only reason I am selling is to move closer to my daughters.” The property is being marketed by Louis Soh of Auspro Properties and will be auctioned on July 22 at 11.30am. last_img read more

August 13

UPDF helps prepare Kololo for World Cross-country champs

first_imgThe media was on Wednesday morning taken around the course which will be modernized by two natural elevations and one man made elevation. It will also have a depression and 0.5m obstacles to make it more challenging.According to the Local Organizing Committee’s press chief Norman Katende, Kololo should be ready by January 10, and as part of the preparations, will hold the National Cross Country Championships on January 14.****[email protected] Kololo has previously only hosted the start of the MTN Kampala International marathon.“We are doing everything according to the approved course and by January 10, we will have  the course ready for the world event,” head of competitions Faustino Kiwa who is supervising the work.Over 700 athletes from across the globe are expected to compete at the biennial event, which is the oldest event  in the IAAF world series.In order to make the course more interesting and challenging, a number of obstacles are being put on the course. Kiwa said that all the additions to the course had been approved by the international body, who will be here to inspect the venue before the  real event. Share on: WhatsAppcenter_img Work on reshaping Kololo for the World Cross Country championships have started. PHOTOS BY KLA 2017 ORG COMWork on remodeling and designing Kololo Independence Ground to give it an international look ahead of March’s IAAF World Cross Country Championships has started.The Uganda People’s Defense Forces (UPDF) Engineering Brigade has been contracted by the Kampala 2017 Local organizing committee to make the improvements ahead of the March 26, 2017 world event – the biggest such competition the country has held.last_img read more