Yes please. pic.twitter.com/l9EaQPulsp— SamZ (@ztranche) January 7, 2019 pic.twitter.com/gQ3ZDdIDFr— Graeme Spice ✌️👌 (@spice1971) January 7, 2019 Thats wicked i want one of those 😍— Boy About Town (@MrSarcastic91) January 7, 2019 The video has been viewed more than 9,000 times and has 470 likes on the social media platform. He has also tweeted that he plans on continuing to improve his prototype and wanted it to feel “handmade”.Spurs fans appear keen to get their hands on one of the openers, which Fleur made with his father. The bottle opener created by a Spurs fan A French Tottenham Hotspur fan has created a bottle opener using the club’s crest and supporters love it.Francois Fleur tweeted a video of the bottle opener being made and tagged in star striker Harry Kane saying he will bring him some if he ever gets to a game. 1 Hi @HKane ! I’m a french Spurs fan – a rare species – and I thought I had to share with u the Hotspurs bottle opener we made my father and I !🍻 If one day I manage to visit you for a game, I’ll bring you some ✌️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/K0qBOl2sE4— François Fluhr (@francoisfluhr) January 6, 2019Many were asking how they can buy one and when they will be available.However, it does not appear as though they will be able to purchase anytime soon unless Tottenham decide to bring out their own.Here are some of the best reactions to the tweet below:
For Hub City TimesMILLINGTON, TN – Derek Kraus came away with a top-five finish at Memphis International Raceway on June 1 to retain his lead in the championship standings of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.The 17-year-old NASCAR Next driver from Stratford turned in a solid performance in the 150-lap race on the3/4-mile Tennessee track – finishing fifth in the Bill McAnally Racing No. 16 NAPA AUTO PARTS/Curb Records Toyota Camry.“We were struggling with our drive off at the end of the race, but other than that it was still a consistent top five for our BMR NAPA Toyota. So, that’s a good day,” said Kraus.With his fifth-place finish, Kraus leads the K&N East standings by three points – with two wins, three top-five, and five top-10 finishes in five starts this season. He also leads in the chase for the championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.The Memphis race, won by Chase Cabre, is slated to be televised on NBCSN on June 5.The next event on the K&N Pro Series East schedule will at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park in Connecticut on June 15.
7 February 2012 Lowered mining output in South Africa can be turned around through investment and employment, Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel told the Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Monday.“To reverse this trend [of lower mining output], we have to plan to boost investment and employment in mining by taking account of five key critical issues,” Manuel said.These were policy and regulation, appropriate taxes, boosted infrastructure, government-corporate partnerships, and lowered carbon emissions.“We have to look again to the mineral sector to be a major part of the plan to generate the resources to build the capability,” he said.“We need to re-establish South Africa as the centre of excellence in mining technology.”Manuel said the mining sector would play a big part in rebuilding the economy after the recession.“The view of the [National Planning] Commission is to ask the question repeatedly, how we can eliminate poverty and reduce inequality?”He said the sector needed to shed the image that it was uncaring and instead focus on the rights of workers.The sector had an obligation to uplift the communities in which it mined, through schools, churches and other educational programs.Companies would see a huge return on this investment with a selection of skilled workers to choose from and a happy workforce, Manuel said.Sapa
The beautiful lights, music, decorations and parties create a fun and festive atmosphere as workplaces around the world celebrate multiple holidays. To quote a familiar holiday song, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” That is, perhaps, unless you’re in HR. Each year as December descends upon the workplace, it’s a time to breathe a sigh of relief as we reflect on, and rightfully celebrate, a year’s worth of accomplishments. The challenge, however, is ensuring that these well-intentioned workplace celebrations don’t result in actions and behaviors that negatively impact the culture of the organization. Nearly every HR professional has experienced both hope and headaches during the holiday season as religious and cultural traditions, as well as decked-out work areas, can spark complaints. Sprinkle in increased levels of absenteeism, online shopping sprees and office parties with alcohol (what two-drink maximum?), and you’ve got the perfect HR holiday storm. And that’s before any snow even starts falling. Considering all the issues that organizations will encounter during the holiday season, it’s important that HR proactively communicate guidelines that will help keep the peace.Please join @shrmnextchat at 3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 28 for #Nextchat with special guest employment attorney Jonathan A. Segal (@jonathan_hr_law). We’ll chat about how HR can maximize the joy and minimize the risk during the holidays. Q1. As an HR professional, what are your biggest concerns about the holidays? Q2. Words matter. How does your organization brand its office party? What about greetings, cards, etc.?Q3. How can employers maximize inclusion during the holidays, for example, with regard to decorations and notes in the workplace? Q4. What steps can you take to minimize harassment and safety risks at your office holiday party? Aside from alcohol, what are the other do’s and don’ts of these events?Q5. Organizations must manage the well-deserved vacation requests coupled with increased absenteeism during this season. How do you strike a balance between time off and productivity? Q6. What gifts are considered appropriate—or inappropriate—for a colleague? For a subordinate?Q7. How do you incorporate charitable giving into the holiday celebration at your workplace?Q8. What wish do you have for all of your employees as we approach a new year? How to participate in an HR Twitter chat.
Create exceptional experiences and connect with other MarTech executives this November in LondonYou are here: Posted on 5th July 2016Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share There’s little doubt that we stand at the dawn of marketing’s Golden Age, a time when digital customer experiences and services routinely surprise and delight.Those mastering software-powered marketing are in the vanguard of this new age. Meet them at MarTech: The Marketing Technology Conference.You’ll hear firsthand how marketing technologists, creative technologists, growth hackers, data scientists, and digital strategists are redefining marketing. You’ll also learn how their organizations are coping with the breakneck pace of change.MarTech is a uniquely vendor-agnostic forum. No one pays to be on the conference program. No fluff. No hidden agendas. No sales pitches.MarTech solutions are exploding. Scott’s latest Marketing Technology Landscape features 3,874 solutions!If you’re excited about the future of software-power marketing, and how it’s changing marketing operations and marketing management, then make it a priority to attend MarTech Europe, 1-2 November in London.Scott Brinker, editor of chiefmartec.com, is your host for MarTech Europe this year. Scott’s the author of Hacking Marketing, a nontechnical guide to managing marketing with a new generation of “digitally native” practices and frameworks.MarTech Europe will be held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, right next door to Gloucester Road Underground Station.Lowest rates available nowRegister now for MarTech Europe and save £300 with our lowest alpha rates. Pay only £995 for an All Access Pass and get conference presentations, networking, hot meals, snacks and other conveniences that make MarTech a must-attend event.MarTech Europe is your once-a-year opportunity to interact and discuss digital transformation challenges with other senior decision makers in marketing, digital and IT. Join us in London this 1-2 November!-The MarTech Europe Conference TeamP.S. Bring your colleagues and save even more with team discounts of 15%-25%.From our sponsors: Create exceptional experiences and connect with other MarTech executives this November in London HomeDigital MarketingCreate exceptional experiences and connect with other MarTech executives this November in London Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019
According to the Brazilian legend, the Argentinean superstar is having a great season and is close to the level Diego Maradona had.The question is always there: Is Lionel Messi a better player than Argentina’s Diego Armando Maradona or Brazil’s Pele?And for former Brazilian legend Zico, Messi is close to Maradona, but would never equal Pele.“Messi is close to Maradona,” Zico was quoted by Four Four Two.“That means, in my opinion, he can’t be compared to Pele. I still consider Maradona in front of Messi. With Pele, no.”Match Preview: Barcelona vs Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Is derby time in La Liga, as Barcelona welcomes Valencia to the Camp Nou Stadium tonight at 21:00 (CET).“Pele has all the qualities and characteristic that a football player has to have,” he explained.“When God created him [Pele], he put every quality a footballer needs; speed, strength, impulse, technique, kicking ability, heading, dribbling – all of it, everything that a player might have.”“Few people could jump like him for a header. He is 170 centimeters tall. His foundations are perfect, [he had] mastery of the ball, [and mastery of] headers,” he added.“[Messi has] almost everything, but he doesn’t have the World Cup titles that Pele has. This [means] a lot.”