In November, the operator confirmed the appointment of Sir Keith Mills, a successful entrepreneur who played a key role in London’s bid to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, as bid chair. “As I’ve seen during my time at Twitter, mobile means there is huge potential to establish a close 24/7 relationship between company and customer. I’ve teamed up with Allwyn and their parent company Sazka Group because they understand the importance of digital to lotteries. I can’t wait to get started.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Sazka Group Allwyn UK National Lottery Regions: UK & Ireland Topics: Lottery Online lottery Retail lottery State monopoly Email Address “How companies communicate with customers is evolving thanks to the disruptive rise of social media platforms,” said Nasr of his appointment. Lottery Sazka was the first company to announce its participation in the tender for the fourth National Lottery licence, in October last year. The company has since appointed technology entrepreneur and founder of Lastminute.com, Brent Hoberman, to its advisory board, as well as former global chief executive of Syco Entertainment, Charles Garland. Allwyn’s UK bid chair, Sir Keith Mills, added: “For many years, Allwyn’s parent company Sazka Group has pursued a digital approach to lotteries across Europe. Not only has this produced impressive online sales growth, making their lotteries resilient to the challenges of the pandemic, but it has also translated to consistently strong sales growth in the retail sector too.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter In addition to Sugal & Damani and Camelot, who also joined the race for the licence in October, earlier this month Italian lottery operator Sisal announced it would compete in the tender. Twitter MD Nasr joins Sazka’s National Lottery bid Allwyn – which was established last week in an effort to bring all of Sazka’s UK business under one umbrella – said that Nasr has established himself as a leader in the world of digital communications through time spent at some of the world’s largest technology companies, including Twitter and Google. 26th April 2021 | By Conor Mulheir Allwyn, the UK trading name of international lottery operator Sazka Group, has appointed managing director of Twitter UK Dara Nasr to its advisory board, to support Sir Keith Mills and his team in competing for the fourth National Lottery licence. “Allwyn’s sister companies are a testament to the powers of digital in the lottery world and I can’t wait to work with Dara and apply his knowledge of the digital and social media landscape,” Mills concluded.
Going down: Courtney Lawes introduces Toby Flood to the ground the last time the two sides met on March 30By Alan Dymock“AMBUSH AT the Allianz” could be a way of describing the Aviva Premiership semi-final between Northampton Saints and Saracens.That would do a disservice to Saints, though, who maintained an impressive level of defence, breakdown abuse and thumping counter-runs in order to topple the clear favourites at their own patch. Tactically they did exactly what they needed to do to win and the shell-shocked Sarries had their spot in the final snatched away.This set up an almighty clash against their nearest of Premiership rivals the Leicester Tigers this Saturday, a team who had ruthlessly dismantled Harlequins in their own semi.Leading well: Dylan Hartley rose to the occasion at the Allianz With odds longer than a dinner with your in-laws, Saints are not fancied to triumph, particularly as they face a side who turn up to Twickenham for a grand final for the ninth season in a row. They have only won three times in their last eight visits, of course, but they know the occasion well. When the pressure is on, it is also assumed, Saints players may cast their minds back to their last major final in 2011 when the team threw away a sizeable 22-6 half-time lead over Leinster in the Heineken Cup to lose 33-22.What Saints showed in this year’s semi, however, is that they can face the over-hyped foe, suffer some slugs in a few rounds of rope-a-dope action and counter. They were most dangerous when slipping round the edges and they took Saracens’ best shots and smiled back at them. LEICESTER, ENGLAND – MAY 11: Mathew Tait of Leicester breaks with the ball during the Aviva Premiership semi final match between Leicester Tigers and Harlequins at Welford Road on May 11, 2013 in Leicester, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images) Dazzling drive: As Leicester led, Matt Tait shone in the semisSlow slogging plays in to Leicester’s hands because as soon as Saints get used to a monotonous pace the Tigers can punch through the midfield with Manu Tuilagi and Vereniki Goneva. They can cover kicks cleverly, too, with Mathew Tait and Toby Flood in good form. The pack can do as they have traditionally done at Twickenham, bundling forward and sucking fight out of the opposition, if Leicester’s thinkers know where the ball is going.This is what happened the last time the two sides met in March, with Tigers blowing Saints away with a 38-6 win. Even while wasting chances Leicester were able to take the best of Northampton, hold them down and let Flood kick before Tuilagi exploded through the barricades in the second half, leading Tigers towards a comprehensive victory. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS In versatile forward Samu Manoa they have an athlete who lands on other players like a house-brick frisbee and their front row are one of the best on the planet. They will want to manouvre themselves smartly around the park thanks to the boots of Stephen Myler and Ben Fodden, but it is how their pack spar with the Tigers’ heavies that will dictate the pace of this game. Saints have to recreate the form of their semi final, not that lumbering slow-dance of a regular season match-up.At 3pm at Twickenham the hardiest of fans will witness more crunching action. The players may not wince as the crowd do, but they should all be prepared: this will not be an ambush so much as an old-fashioned tear up.
TAGS: Highlight Three tries each, some scintillating play, controversial TMO calls, a late fight back and a home town hero lighting it up from full-back: this Test had it all, writes Alan Dymock in Dunedin. This series is now officially New Zealand’s, but as All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen said: “There’s been nothing in it.”Nothing in it: There have been flashes of brilliance, but there have been no huge winsA one-point loss will be tough to take, but this side had to concede to the quality of their hosts and as England head-coach said after the match, his team deserved a half-time lead and did well to come back in the fourth quarter of the game, but the third section was were the All Blacks really showed their quality.There was frustration there and plenty of positives, from an English point of view, but in the end it was a performance of champions from New Zealand in the face of staunchly challenging opposition still learning lessons abroad.England captain Chris Robshaw probably summed it up perfectly when he said there was “no secret recipe” to the All Black’s quality. It’s just that they are “probably the most dangerous side in the world” when you switch off. But it’s not over. Not by a long shot. When Richie McCaw said his full-back Ben Smith was “a champion” post-match, just after beating England 28-27 in the second Test in Dunedin, he held a big grin.The full-back was the pick of the players on the day – a day for running rugby under the roof at Forsyth Barr – but in the second half a three-try blitz from local hero Smith, Julian Savea and Ma’a Nonu was enough to see the All Blacks clear, despite an impressively strong first 40 minutes from England. This Test was one of the most thrilling encounters you could hope to witness and one which ensures there is a strong rivalry between the two nations, stretching into 2015.The first half fizzed with England galloping into a 10-6 half-time lead, a step and hanging pop finding Marland Yarde who glided through a McCaw tackle to score the only try of the first half. It felt as if there could be an upset on the cards and a when a Manu Tuilagi 60m break was reeled in by Ben Smith there was a sense that the world champions were holding on by their fingertips.Scuttling off the wing: Manu Tuilagi had mixed fortunes playing at 14 for EnglandHowever, the All Blacks never seem to get rattled and while England huddled on the halfway line just after the break while their counterparts in black came out scowling, not talking at all, ready for business.Smith was very quickly put through under the posts after a two-on-one was created by Savea, who enjoyed a busy game opposite Tuilagi. The menacing winger was a particular threat zeroing in on the hole between England’s centres and he also scored one himself, taking his total to 20 tries in 21 Tests. Then, when Nonu managed to step inside Yarde’s and Luther Burrell’s tackles after a sensational half-break from Conrad Smith, scoring a Kiwi third, the mood changed again.This England side will, of course never roll over, and while Mike Brown scored a controversial try that looked for all the world like it was not grounded in the TV replays, England got into the right areas at the death. And there was nothing controversial about the last score, with Brown expertly collecting an out-the-back-door offload from Tuilagi – looking all the more comfortable at centre than he did at wing – and he put away Chris Ashton, who could only give a mini-splash to score. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Local hero: Ben Smith is congratulated by Julian Savea after a superb showing in front of his home fans “We came down here to win a series and we haven’t done that,” Robshaw agreed before defiantly saying: “We still want to win a game down here.”This match was a show from the elite level of rugby. Let’s all hope it carries on in the same entertaining manner for the third Test in Hamilton, as well as in the now-important mid-weeker against the Canterbury Crusaders.
Footage of the winning drop-kick against France has been used in a video for Irish tourism. Ireland close out the Six Nations with a… Expand Additionally, a women’s sevens player scores a try by stretching over the line with a Fijian defender trailing in her wake.The video celebrates everything that is Ireland, and they could have more to celebrate come Saturday afternoon too.In the final round of the tournament, Ireland play England at Twickenham with a victory meaning a Grand Slam, their first since 2009.Related: England v Ireland previewThey have already won the 2018 Six Nations differentiating themselves as the best team in the competition by some margin.England on the other hand have been struggling after losses to Scotland and France in consecutive weeks.As if the stakes were not high enough, Grand Slams are rare achievements, the match is at the legendary Twickenham stadium and it all takes place on St Patrick’s Day… What Is A Grand Slam? Ireland Six Nations Squad 2021 What Is A Grand Slam? Who do you think is going to win this weekend? England’s Six Nations ends with defeat in Dublin Don’t forget to follow Rugby World on Facebook and Twitter. WATCH: Sexton Drop-Goal Used To Promote Irish TourismDuring the first weekend of the 2018 Six Nations, Ireland faced a spirited French team that looked set to win a famous victory over the the men in green.However, a cross-kick and countless phases later, Johnny Sexton produced one of the stand-out moments in Irish and Six Nations history, with a drop-kick from just inside the halfway line.The rugby world looked on in awe as it just crept over the bar to seal three points and snatch victory from the jaws of a defeat at the hands of the French.It was a monstrous moment in every way, locking in the legend of Sexton.And now it appears the moment has been used by the Irish Tourist Board to try and promote visits to the island.Sport plays a signifiant part in Irish culture as shown by the inclusion of Sexton’s drop-kick, along with other images of rugby.Also featured is an emotional John Hayes, the former Ireland and Munster, pictured crying as the anthem is played before a Test match. Watch: Sexton’s drop-goal appears in tourism video (Getty Images) Collapse England Six Nations Squad 2021 Expand Ireland Six Nations Squad 2021 England Six Nations Squad 2021 LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The greatest honour a team can achieve in…
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April 16, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Action not words needed in missing journalist investigation to go further News News The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa Reporters Without Borders is disturbed by the continuing lack of progress in the investigation into French reporter Guy-André Kieffer’s abduction 11 years ago in Abidjan and urges the French and Ivorian authorities to keep their promises to shed light on the case.Tomorrow is the 11th anniversary of the disappearance of Kieffer, who also had Canadian nationality. In all these years, Reporters Without Borders has never stopped pressing the authorities to find out what happened to him.When French President François Hollande visited Côte d’Ivoire in July 2014, Reporters Without Borders asked him to request the creation of a special commission of enquiry or the formation a joint judicial investigative unit by the French and Ivorian judges in charge of the case.In a written reply on 20 October, the Elysée Palace said solving the case continued to be a “priority for France” and promised to monitor “the progress of this investigation being conducted by the judicial authorities of the two countries concerned, France and Côte d’Ivoire.”When a Reporters Without Borders team visited Côte d’Ivoire in May 2014, President Alassane Ouattara undertook to do everything possible “to ensure that light is shed on this case and to find out what happened.” He also asked the justice ministry and the public prosecutor to keep him abreast of any developments in the investigation.Since then, the investigating judge who replaced Patrick Ramaël as judge in charge of the French investigation complied with requests for continued legal actions made by the registered civil parties (the Kieffer family and Reporters Without Borders). He submitted letters rogatory to the Ivorian authorities in November 2014. They have yet to respond.“We welcome this formal request for action by the Ivorian authorities, which means that the case remains open, but we are concerned by their silence,” said Cléa Kahn-Sriber, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Africa desk. ”This case must not be forgotten and must not go unpunished. Those who masterminded this disappearance must be identified and brought to trial.” Receive email alerts Côte d’IvoireAfrica Côte d’IvoireAfrica October 29, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Côte d’Ivoire RSF’s recommendations for protecting press freedom during Côte d’Ivoire’s elections November 27, 2020 Find out more Investigation with many pitfallsWhen Kieffer went missing in Abidjan on 16 April 2004, he was investigating questionable practices in the production and sale of cocoa, of which Côte d’Ivoire is the world’s leading producer. Twelve days later, his family filed a complaint in France accusing unidentified persons of kidnapping him. Reporters Without Borders registered as civil party in this case a few days later.The investigation launched by French judge Patrick Ramaël was hampered by the fraught relations between France and the Ivorian government, then headed by President Laurent Gbagbo, by the difficulty of investigating in Côte d’Ivoire, and by the pact of silence observed by those suspected of involvement, who were all close to Gbagbo. After Gbagbo’s fall, Reporters Without Borders hoped that the investigation would make some progress.Eleven years of international campaigningDuring the eleven years since his abduction, Kieffer’s family and international supporters have never ceased to draw attention to his disappearance and the climate of impunity blocking the investigation.In April 2014, on the tenth anniversary of his disappearance, Reporters Without Borders and his local support committee organized a poster campaign in Abidjan to press the authorities to keep their promise to ensure that “no one will be protected.”Kieffer’s wife, Osange Silou-Kieffer, and Reporters Without Borders were received by President Ouattara in Abidjan in 2012.A news conference with Kieffer’s family and representatives of his support committees was organized at Reporters Without Borders headquarters in Paris on 15 April 2010, while a poster campaign was under way for the first time on the streets of Abidjan.Other events organized by Reporters Without Borders in Paris have included painting stencil portraits of Kieffer on street walls in 2007 and a “What did Guy-André Kieffer know?” protest at Côte d’Ivoire’s stand at the Chocolate Exhibition in 2006.Reporters Without Borders, the Truth for Guy-André Kieffer Association and the Guy-André Kieffer Breton Support Committee dumped liquid cocoa and fake dollars outside the Côte d’Ivoire embassy in Paris in 2005Côte d’Ivoire is ranked 86th out of 180 countries in the 2015 Reporters Without Borders press freedom index. Threats against journalists in run-up to Côte d’Ivoire’s presidential election October 16, 2020 Find out more Reports News Organisation
Community News HerbeautyIs It Bad To Give Your Boyfriend An Ultimatum?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhat’s Your Zodiac Flower Sign?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty15 things only girls who live life to the maximum understandHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? You Need To Know A Few TricksHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWhy Luxury Fashion Brands Are So ExpensiveHerbeautyHerbeauty The recent conviction of a woman who left her two young children locked in a car parked on a Pasadena city street on a hot summer day serves as an important reminder that the Pasadena City Attorney/City Prosecutorâ€™s Office will rigorously seek convictions in similar cases.â€œThere is no such thing as a quick errand when it comes to leaving kids or animals in the sweltering heat inside a car,â€ Pasadena City Attorney/City Prosecutor Michele Beal Bagneris said. â€œOur message is clear: donâ€™t leave children inside a car in the heat.â€Recently, Highland Park resident Corina Lopez, 35, pled guilty on Aug. 5, 2014 to two counts of child endangerment stemming from an Aug. 1, 2014 incident in which she left her two children, ages 3 and 7, inside a car parked on the street near the Pasadena Public Health Department. The Departmentâ€™s security guard alerted public safety officials to the situation.Pasadena Fire officials at the scene determined the temperature inside the car was over 120 degrees. Authorities got the children to unlock the car door to free themselves prior to forcing entry into the car. The children were checked by paramedics who determined they were otherwise unharmed.Police questioned Ms. Lopez and she was taken into custody. Later, two counts of Penal Code section 273a(a), child endangerment likely to lead to serious injury or death, one count per child, were filed. She pled guilty at her Aug. 5 arraignment and was sentenced to five years of probation; 120 days in county jail; mandatory year of parenting classes; pay court fines and fees; ordered to stay away from the children completely and to obey all orders from the Department of Children and Family Services.At the time of her arrest and conviction in this case, Ms. Lopez was on probation for conviction of driving under the influence in a January 2013 case.Bagneris said such cases in Pasadena, while rare, will not be tolerated. Her office usually files about two such cases each year out of about 4,500 case filings.â€œEven one case is one too many when it comes to leaving children in cars on a hot summer day,â€ she added. â€œWe have a great team of prosecutors in Pasadena and we are ready to seek the full extent of justice in order to protect the children.â€Stay connected to the City of Pasadena! Visit us online atÂ www.cityofpasadena.net; follow the city on Twitter @PasadenaGov,Â www.twitter.com/pasadenagov, and like us on Facebook atÂ www.facebook.com/cityofpasadena. Or call the Citizen Service Center, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, at (626)Â 744-7311. 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it More Cool Stuff Name (required) Mail (required) (not be published) Website Top of the News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Business News latest #1 Woman Convicted of Leaving Children Inside Car on Hot Summer Day Published on Friday, August 15, 2014 | 11:33 am Subscribe faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Make a comment First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community News Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena
Pinterest Capco Names Teuta Naghshineh as New Partner Within US Digital Engineering Practice By Digital AIM Web Support – February 4, 2021 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter TAGS Facebook NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 4, 2021– Capco, the global technology and management consultancy, has appointed Teuta Naghshineh as a new Partner in its US Digital Engineering practice, based out of Los Angeles. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005357/en/ Teuta Naghshineh (Photo: Business Wire) A senior business leader with over 15 years of global consulting and technology transformation experience within financial services, Teuta joins Capco from global consultancy Slalom Consulting, where as a client service partner she helped launch the firm’s Los Angeles fintech practice focusing on banking, capital markets and asset management. She has also held roles at PwC, where she worked as a director and manager in its financial advisory practice. Prior to PwC, Teuta worked at Diamond Management & Technology Consultants and BNY Mellon. Teuta was recently accepted as a member of Chief, the network for executive women, and was a nominee for the Los Angeles Business Journal Women’s Leadership Series 2020 ‘Executive of the Year’ award . She has an undergraduate degree from Chatman University and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business. Michael Pugliese, Managing Partner of Capco’s U.S. business, said: “I am very pleased to welcome Teuta to the U.S. Partner group. Teuta has a proven track record driving large-scale change initiatives, managing multinational and multidisciplinary teams, and partnering with C-suite executives. Her experience across areas including digital strategy, infrastructure assessment, organization redesign, Salesforce™ implementations, cloud transformation, data architecture and regulatory reform will be invaluable as we continue to grow our Digital Engineering practice and our US business overall.” About Capco Capco is a global technology and management consultancy specializing in driving digital transformation in the financial services industry. With a growing client portfolio comprising of over 100 global organizations, Capco operates at the intersection of business and technology by combining innovative thinking with unrivalled industry knowledge to fast-track digital initiatives for banking and payments, capital markets, wealth and asset management, insurance, and the energy sector. Capco’s cutting-edge ingenuity is brought to life through its Innovation Labs, and award-winning BYAW culture and diverse talent. To learn more, visit www.capco.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn Instagram, and Xing. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005357/en/ CONTACT: BackBay Communications Malea Ritz [email protected] KEYWORD: NEW YORK UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SOFTWARE FINANCE CONSULTING DATA MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: Capco Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/04/2021 09:00 AM/DISC: 02/04/2021 09:01 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210204005357/en Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp Previous articleHavas Creative North America Appoints Bria Bryant as Head of CommunicationsNext articleJames Black Joins Allvue as Chief Operating Officer Digital AIM Web Support
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