Daily Archives: February 24, 2015
New York Fashion Week was elevated to 292 feet in the Heights of Manhattan this season… that is, the uptown Washington Heights district. On February 12th, TeKay Designs, a Houston, Texas based fashion label presented it’s formal designs of evening and bridal gowns during the Uptown Fashion Week showcase in New York City. The invitation-only event was attended by fashion enthusiasts and dignitaries such as Manhattan’s district 10 Councilman, YDanis Rodriguez and the Executive Director at City University Of New York (CUNY) – Hostos Community College, Ms. Seny Taveras. The United Palace Theater located at 4041 Broadway served as the appropriate backdrop for TeKay’s aesthetic inspiration of royal gowns.
Organisations that don’t embrace digital customer engagement channels – that’s web chat, social media, SMS, smart phones and mobile applications, and even video – into their engagement strategies within the next two years, are likely to see their customers jump ship to competitors that do. In fact, the digital customer engagement revolution is here, and is forcing organisations to adapt their customer service strategies, or die.
CARD FRAUD AT THE ATM IS SERIOUS
NOW IS THE TIME TO STEP UP THE FIGHT
RiskMap 2015 : le rythme de croissance de l’Afrique subsaharienne a dépassé celui des réformes politiques
THEnergy study: Renewable energy boosts negotiation position of mining companies toward current energy suppliers
While stakeholders scramble to ‘put out fires’ and keep the lights on, SAAEA has warned that there can be no quick fix to South Africa’s power crisis.
Reduces health and food safety hazards, simplifies fish smoking for women processors
Le four FTT réduit les risques et simplifie le fumage
On February 18, 2015, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation1 with Gabon.
IMF Executive Board Approves US$ 45.6 Million Disbursement under the Rapid Credit Facility and US$ 36.5 Million in Debt Relief Under the Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust for Liberia
SpeedCast International Limited (“SpeedCast”), a leading global satellite communications service provider, today announced the acquisition of Geolink Satellite Services, a leading provider of satellite communications solutions in the African region, and part of the CETel Group. The closing of the transaction is subject to regulatory approval. The acquisition will strengthen SpeedCast’s fast growing services for the energy and maritime sectors, enhance its portfolio of mobile satellite solutions, and bolster its capabilities in the African region.