Ocreative Marks the Launch of Their New Website with Ten More International Creative & Marketing Awards

HARTLAND, Wis., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To earmark the launch of their new website, Ocreative, an integrated marketing agency, also announced they’ve been generously recognized by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts (AIVA) for their outstanding work in traditional and digital marketing. With over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies spanning the globe, the Communicator Awards are one of largest awards of its kind in the world.

“We have the opportunity to work with some really incredible, innovative clients,” says Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Andrea Koeppel. “They trust us with their business, and we work hard to honor their vision, goals, and messaging with top-tier work.”

Working closely with clients and creating an environment of transparency and open communication are paramount to Ocreative’s success, she explained. So much so, that they chose to center their new website around their client relationship philosophy. “We really wanted

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What you should know about international business – The Royal Gazette

Updated: Sep 28, 2020 08:02 AM

Dear Sir,

As a former expatriate resident in Bermuda, I do not have a vote in the upcoming election, and neither would I wish to influence any Bermuda voters.

I do, however, have a very strong liking and loyalty towards Bermuda and Bermudians. So I would like to relate something that happened to me some years ago that I feel is relevant to the present political debate in Bermuda.

In 2004, I was working for Bank of Bermuda when I was asked to assist a young Bermudian MBA student who was employed on a project to discover what our customers actually thought of the bank. She was very surprised when I explained that she should canvass the opinions of the partners in the relatively small number of international accounting and legal firms who were involved in advising the set-up of hedge-fund and private-equity fund

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iQiyi’s vice-president for international business on the platform’s plans for conquest

As competition between the BAT intensifies, iQiyi’s vice-president of international business tells The Drum about the company’s plans to compete in South East Asia.

As competition between China’s platform giants becomes more intense, a new growth market beyond China is necessary for major streaming platforms like Baidu’s iQiyi, Tencent Video, and Alibaba’s Youku, which occupies over 80% of market share in mainland China, to maintain growth.

This means South East Asia (SEA) has become the battleground for these platforms. IQiyi hired former Netflix executive and former Singapore diplomat Kuek Yu-Chuang as its vice president for international business for its SEA expansion, and picked out agency partners to build brand awareness in SEA markets.

“At its core, iQiyi’s international’s strategy is to be the home for beloved Asian content. Our first focus is on building a great slate of content – both original as well as licensed. At iQiyi, we have

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West Virginia environmentalists spark Rockwool investigation by international business group.

Rockwool is based in Denmark.

NCP Denmark said this week that the complaint against Rockwool “cannot be dismissed” although it has not yet determined whether any violations of its international guidelines have taken place.

Environmental advocates in West Virginia want an immediate end to construction of the factory, which is scheduled to open in early 2021 in the tiny town of Ranson, near Charles Town in affluent Jefferson County.

A year ago, activists said the $150 million plant did not belong across the road from an elementary school and within two miles of five other schools and day-care centers, and on soil that has developed sinkholes and could lead to the fouling of the community’s groundwater.

Rockwool, which prides itself on its environmental standards, pointed out last year when the issue first arose that it has repaired sinkholes as they appear and that the insulation it plans to create at

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Datametrex: Playing With A Full Deck In Pandemic Crisis Management

Datametrex AI Limited (DM.V) (DTMXF) is a familiar name to me. At the peak of the cryptohype in 2017 and early 2018, DM was one of the companies deeply immersed in prospective blockchain technology. After that bubble burst, the stock was one of many sent to TSXV purgatory. DM traded under $0.05 for all of 2019 through March 2020. Revenue grew 52% to $3.4 million in 2019, but that wasn’t enough to impress a market that had immediate sky high market expectations for blockchain and AI stocks. The company had a net loss of $2.8 million in 2019. These numbers would put it within striking distance of becoming cash flow positive, but likely a round or two of significant financing would have been needed before achieving that goal.

However, the company’s fortunes changed upon the COVID-19 outbreak

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International students boost US economy but suffer under Trump

  • International students contribute more than $41 billion to the U.S. economy.
  • In recent months, international students have been under relentless attacks by the Trump administration, including last week’s proposed rule targeting students from 59 countries.
  • Voters have a chance to make a choice that would strengthen America’s workforce and global economic competitiveness, while promoting a long-term strategy to keep talent in America.
  • Taif Jany is a policy entrepreneur on immigration at Next100.
  • This is an opinion column. The thoughts expressed are those of the author.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

It’s been 12 years since I arrived in the United States as an international student. The move was my ticket to escape after 16 years of living under the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein, surviving the devastation of the 2003 war, and being a refugee in Damascus, Syria. 

At that time, nothing mattered to me more than going to

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From women with donkeys to an international business

Meghann Showers

The donkeys have long gone, but the rake and riddle endure. And out on the sands of north Gower and the Burry Estuary, when the tide is right, you can still people hunched over, sifting through the mud.

Research suggests people have been doing as much since Roman times, and their harvest has been widely eaten in the area for centuries, with women traditionally hand picking the small shellfish, before selling them at the marketplace in Swansea.

Cockles have played their part in shaping local cuisine.

Few this side of the Severn Bridge haven’t tried at least once a Welsh breakfast, the country’s version of the ‘full English’, featuring cockles and laverbread.

Or perhaps you might have sampled them boiled (cocs rhython) or untreated (cocs cregyn).

The industry in Penclawdd has diminished over the last century from what it once was, from a time when most pubs across the country

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The Knot Worldwide Reinforces Its Global Partnership with VOW In Recognition of International Day of the Girl on October 11, 2020

Meghann Showers

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–In recognition of International Day of The Girl on October 11, 2020, The Knot Worldwide, the world’s largest digital wedding planning company, today shared its continued partnership and expanded support across its global footprint of brands with VOW To End Child Marriage (VOW) – the global initiative to end child marriage.

Every year, 12 million girls are married before the age of 18, and the global pandemic threatens to increase this number even more,” said Dhanusha Sivajee, Chief Marketing Officer, The Knot Worldwide. “We believe everyone has the right to marry who they want, when they want and how they want. Child marriage is not a decision a girl gets to make. Across our global brands, we’re proud to support VOW’s mission to end child marriage and ensure every girl has the right to a safe and healthy future.”

The Knot Worldwide global brands

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International Business Machines Shares Cross 5% Yield Mark

Meghann Showers

In trading on Friday, shares of International Business Machines were yielding above the 5% mark based on its quarterly dividend (annualized to $6.52), with the stock changing hands as low as $127.71 on the day. Dividends are particularly important for investors to consider, because historically speaking dividends have provided a considerable share of the stock market’s total return. To illustrate, suppose for example you purchased shares of the S&P 500 ETF back on 12/31/1999 — you would have paid $146.88 per share. Fast forward to 12/31/2012 and each share was worth $142.41 on that date, a decrease of $4.67/share over all those years. But now consider that you collected a whopping $25.98 per share in dividends over the same period, for a positive total return of 23.36%. Even with dividends reinvested, that only amounts to an average annual total return of about 1.6%; so by comparison collecting a yield above

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McDermott earns Malaysia International Business Award in engineering

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McDermott International, Ltd today announced that the company was recognized by Singapore Business Review with a Malaysia International Business Award in the engineering category.

“We are honored to have been selected by Singapore Business Review to win this prestigious award,” said Ian Prescott, McDermott’s Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific. “The move to Malaysia has provided access to outstanding engineering capabilities, expertise and growth opportunities for our business. It is an honor for the whole team to have our achievements acknowledged with this accolade.”

Malaysia International Business Awards recognize international companies that have strategically expanded into the region and contributed remarkably to Malaysia’s developing economy. McDermott International, Ltd relocated its Asia Pacific business to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 2016.

About McDermott
McDermott is a premier, fully-integrated provider of engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry. Our customers trust our technology-driven approach to design and build infrastructure solutions to responsibly

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