London fintech Soldo scoops up $61m in funding

first_imgThe funding will be used to scale into new European markets, and double its workforce in the next year. London-based business banking fintech firm Soldo has today closed a $61m (£48.7m) series B funding round, led by Battery Ventures. Share Monday 8 July 2019 8:03 am Soldo, which provides businesses with a dedicated spending account to streamline expense management, has now raised a total of $82m. whatsapp Battery joined the round as a new investor alongside Dawn Capital, and existing investors Accel and Connect Ventures. The venture capital firms have previously backed the likes of iZettle, Facebook and Slack. London fintech Soldo scoops up $61m in funding center_img Bell, alongside Battery Ventures general partner Itzik Parnafes, will join Soldo’s board. “[With] more expense-management processes moving to the cloud, today’s corporate-expense programs must adapt to keep up,” said Parnafes. Josh Bell, general partner at Dawn Capital said: “Soldo’s blend of world-class people and pioneering tech to solve an everyday business problem points to huge growth potential. As a global player enabling commerce among [small businesses], it’s on a journey we know well from our iZettle investment.” whatsapp The fintech firm said its series B round is the largest to date for a fintech firm in spend management. Soldo has approximately 60,000 customers across its three markets of the UK, Ireland and Italy, with around 500 per cent growth in 2018. Emily Nicolle It holds an e-money licence in Ireland and the UK, allowing it to carry out banking operations while accounts are ringfenced by another fully-licenced bank. A spokesperson for Soldo told City A.M. the startup has no intention to pursue a full banking licence in the UK, in part due to the costs involved in undertaking such a process. More From Our Partners ‘Neighbor from hell’ faces new charges after scaring off home buyersnypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.orgA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgBiden received funds from top Russia lobbyist before Nord Stream 2 giveawaynypost.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comlast_img read more

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Watch: Red Carpet Concert with psych-folk band Harm

first_imgArts & Culture | Interior | Juneau | KRNN | KXLLWatch: Red Carpet Concert with psych-folk band HarmOctober 16, 2015 by Scott Burton, KTOO Share:Watch Rebecca File and Annie Bartholomew of Fairbanks’ experimental psych-folk band Harm perform in this Red Carpet Concert.The performance was recorded Oct. 7, following their KRNN Dynamic Duos performance in Juneau.Share this story:last_img

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King Richard III finally gets royal send-off

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News / DSV Panalpina ends freighter contract with Atlas, with more staff set to go

first_img By Alex Lennane 02/06/2020 The spokesperson did not mention the Atlas freighter, however, and in March the forwarder’s key charter network executives, Lucas Kuehner and Matthias Frey, were let go, along with head of perishables Colin Wells.Sources have suggested that DSV Panalpina would look to create its ‘air charter network’ out of blocked space agreements rather than wet leases, with Qatar Airways a likely supplier.The Atlas/Panalpina freighter had a hub in Luxembourg, and local union OGBL noted on its website last week that 88 DSV Panalpina jobs would be shed at the airport.OGBL said that, “after several weeks of negotiations, a social plan was signed on 29 May”.DSV Panalpina employs 148 people at the cargo centre at Luxembourg airport. In February, it enacted a job retention plan which allowed for early retirements, voluntary departures and re-employment assistance.OGBL said it was a “deep shock”, and added: “The introduction of a new digital management system will leave most of the staff unemployed from 1 July. The OGBL strongly denounces DSV’s decision to maintain this implementation date, despite the health crisis of Covid-19.”The number of planned redundancies has been reduced from 101 to 88 and OGBL also won “a moral commitment” in writing to “want to keep the DSV Panalpina structure active in Luxembourg”.Since February, the 747-8F Spirit of Panalpina has not operated in Europe at all, instead offering flights between Huntsville and Shanghai, as well as Incheon and Anchorage, with the odd connection to South America. But it spent over month in Hong Kong, from 20 April to 23 May, which is likely to be when it was repainted.Panalpina has had a freighter fleet for 30 years, even in tough times. Its 2012 contract with Atlas for two aircraft was negotiated shortly before the market became characterised by overcapacity, which Panalpina acknowledged was a “challenge”. It cut back to one freighter in its 2015 contract.You can read more on this story on Premium, here. © Richair center_img DSV Panalpina is to end its contract with Atlas Air for the wet-leased 747-8F freighter in July, according to multiple sources.The aircraft touched down this morning in Luxembourg for the first time in three months, but without its Panalpina livery, and took off again just three hours later, according to flight tracking websites.Atlas signed a five year-contract with Panalpina in 2015.Atlas Air declined to comment, but DSV Panalpina said: “We will continue to operate Panalpina’s air charter network, which has proven to be a strong value proposition to our customers. We actually have plans to reinforce and expand the network. We will release more information about this soon.”last_img read more

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Laois priest scoops top prize in Carlow GAA draw

first_img Pinterest Electric Picnic Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook By LaoisToday Reporter – 13th November 2020 Bizarre situation as Ben Brennan breaks up Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael arrangement to take Graiguecullen-Portarlington vice-chair role Home News Laois priest scoops top prize in Carlow GAA draw News TAGSBallonCarlow GAAFr Jim O’Connell However, his retirement lasted about a week as the parish priest in Ballon took ill shortly after and Fr Jim was transferred to that parish – where he has remained ever since.It is not the first time that Fr Jim has been lucky in a GAA draw.Back in 2012, when he was parish priest in Stradbally, he won €500 in the Laois GAA draw.Congratulations Fr Jim!SEE ALSO – Colm Parkinson issues apology to Eddie Brennan and Laois GAA over off the record interview Twittercenter_img The third staging of the Carlow GAA Development Draw took place on Monday and a Laois priest scooped the first price.Fr Jim O’Connell claimed the €10,000 cash first prize – finishing ahead of a very famous racing family.Willie and Jack Mullins were runners up as the champion trainer and his wife collected €2,000.Fr O’Connell, who is originally from Kilcavan, would be an incredibly well-known and popular figure in Laois.The popular priest spent eight years as parish priest of Stradbally, Vicarstown and Timahoe before retiring in 2016 after 50 years of service to the church.He also served a range of areas in Laois and was the Chaplin in the Midlands Prison in Portlaoise for six years.Fr Jim was ordained in Maynooth in1966 and served in Litchfield in England for two years before moving to Ballon/Rathoe.He spent time in Portlaoise and Graiguecullen before moving to Stradbally where he was supposed to retire. Facebook Previous articleCalls for post-Brexit trade deal for LaoisNext articleDisabled Drivers and Passengers Scheme to recommence in the coming weeks LaoisToday Reporter WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Laois priest scoops top prize in Carlow GAA draw News Electric Picnic Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date Twitterlast_img read more

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Nuclear family no longer the norm: census

Keywords Financial planning The nuclear family is no longer the norm in Canada. The mom-pop-and-three-kids-under-one-roof model that typified Canadian households of 50 years ago has morphed into a complex and diverse web of family ties involving living alone, re-marriage, stepchildren, empty-nesters and multiple generations sharing a home. Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Facebook LinkedIn Twitter FP Canada, IQPF update projection assumption guidelines amid pandemic Related news FSRA updates title reg proposal “Light planning” could expand access to financial advice Heather Scoffield Statistics Canada has released the third tranche of new data from its 2011 census, this time portraying the changes in Canadian families and living arrangements over five decades. Married couples are in a long-term decline, single parenting has risen persistently, and families have gradually shrunk. The average family was 3.9 people in 1961, when the baby boom was in full swing. Now, it’s 2.9. “We do see more complexity and definitely more diversity in families,” said Statistics Canada demographer Anne Milan. For the first time, Statistics Canada says there are more people living alone in Canada than there are couples with children. One-person households now make up 27.6% of all homes, a three-fold increase since 1961 that is especially notable in Quebec. Meanwhile, couples with children have continued their decline, down to 26.5% of all households, from 28.5% in 2006. Just 10 years ago, couples with children under 24 years old made up 43.6% of all families (not including one-person households) — by far the most typical kind of family. Now, parents with children make up just 39.2% of families, and a rising proportion of those parents are not officially married. The number of common-law couples surged almost 14% between 2006 and 2011. For the first time in 2011, Statistics Canada also measured the number of stepfamilies in the country, showing that now one in 10 children lives in some sort of reconstituted arrangement. “The modern family is changing, and I think it’s a wonderful thing,” said Shannon Kennedy, an Ottawa-based wedding planner who finds herself on the front lines of fluctuating living arrangements on a daily basis. “The rules of a nuclear family just don’t apply any more.” In 2011, the most typical family was a couple with no children, continuing a pattern spotted in 2006. Statistics Canada found that 44.5% of families have no kids at home, partly reflecting the aging of the baby-boomer bulge, the leading edge of which has started turning 65. Overall, there were 9.4 million families in Canada in 2011, a 5.5% increase from 2006. Despite a growing population overall, the number of married couples declined outright by 132,715 over the past decade. Lone-parent families and multiple-family households, on the other hand, were on the rise. Single parents increased by 8.0% from 2006, and more of those parents were fathers — although eight out of 10 lone parents were still mothers. Same-sex couples were also on a steep incline, up 42.4% from 2006. About half of these couples were married, while the rest were common-law. Still, same-sex couples only made up 0.8% of all couples in 2011. And for the first time, Statistics Canada zeroed in on children living in untraditional arrangements. In Canada’s first-ever national count of foster children, the agency revealed that there were 29,590 of them under the age of 14 in 2011, with the highest predominance in Manitoba, where there is a high First Nations population. Overall, 29% of the country’s foster children were younger than 5, and 30% were between 5 and 9 years old. More than 17,000 households are involved in taking care of foster children, and more than half of those households had taken in at least two kids. The pure numbers are only a start in figuring out how best to support some of the most vulnerable children in Canada, researchers say. But now that they are armed with better data, social scientists will be better able to determine the needs of foster children. “For 10 years, I’ve wanted to track this,” said John Dunn, a former foster child who now advocates on their behalf. What he needs to get a full picture is more data on how much money is flowing into the household — information that won’t come until next August. The census-takers also found that about one in 10 children under the age of 14 lived in some sort of stepfamily. But such families are so complex that Statistics Canada had to include several diagrams with its census documents in order to better explain where those children came from. Of the 3.7 million couple-families with children, 87.4% are considered “intact,” with all the kids counted as the offspring of both parents. About 12.6% were considered stepfamilies. Of those, 7.4% were considered “simple” stepfamilies, in which all children are directly related to just one of the spouses. The rest of the stepfamilies are considered “complex.” More than half of them had three or more children. Stepfamilies were most common in Quebec, and least common in Ontario. By city, stepfamilies were most common in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, and least common in Toronto and Vancouver. The wide variety of family ties is throwing wedding-planner Kennedy for a loop. Emily Post, the guru of etiquette for most of the 20th century, is no longer of much help, she said. “You don’t necessarily have two families. In some cases, you have four families coming together at a wedding.” She looks to the processional in order to incorporate divergent family demands. Any number of people can be included in the walking up the aisle, even forming a “relay” with one parent handing off the bride to a second or third parent halfway to the altar. “Any scenario where you get more than one mom involved, you have to kind of juggle that,” Kennedy said with a chuckle. “The best thing about modern weddings is, there are no rules.” read more

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Fairfax to buy Brit PLC for $US1.88 billion

first_img Toronto-based Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., a Canadian financial serivces holding company, says it will buy specialty insurer and reinsurer Brit PLC for $US1.88 billion. Fairfax (TSX:FFH) says the purchase will give it a significant presence in the Lloyds of London market. Keywords Property and casualty insurance industryCompanies Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. Kingsway Financial Services sells non-standard auto insurance business Desjardins to rebrand State Farm business Share this article and your comments with peers on social media Canadian Press center_img Economical Insurance delivers demutualization plan to OSFI Under the terms of the Fairfax offer, Brit shareholders will receive 305 pence in cash per share, including any final dividend for the year ended December 31, 2014. The Brit offer price represents a premium of 11.2 per cent to the closing price of 274.2 pence per Brit share on Monday. Fairfax says it has built a strong relationship with the Brit team and an understanding of their business and operations since the acquisition of Brit’s runoff business in June, 2012. “Brit has an outstanding track record over the last ten years and will continue to operate on a decentralized basis once owned by Fairfax,” Prem Watsa , chairman and CEO of Fairfax, said in a statement. “With the acquisition of Brit, Fairfax will have a significant top five position at Lloyds of London.” The Fairfax offer to buy Brit is subject to customary closing conditions, including customary competition and merger conditions. Related news Facebook LinkedIn Twitterlast_img read more

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Hop to it: Easter Monday retail trade approved for ‘burbs

first_imgHop to it: Easter Monday retail trade approved for ‘burbs South Australians wanting to stock up on supplies towards the end of the Easter long weekend will have the opportunity to shop closer to home, with the Marshall Liberal Government once again approving retail trade in the suburbs on Easter Monday – in addition to the CBD and regional areas.Treasurer Rob Lucas has granted an exemption under the Shop Trading Hours Act 1977 which gives all metropolitan retailers, regardless of their size or location, the freedom to trade from 11am to 5pm on Monday, April 5 – if they choose.The move brings South Australia in line with every other state and territory and follows the overwhelming success of similar exemptions granted on Easter Monday over the past 2 years.“We know there’ll be many families right across Adelaide who will welcome the greater freedom to shop towards the end of the Easter long weekend, including those who might need to stock up on supplies – such as groceries and lunch-box staples – ahead of a new school and working week,” said Mr Lucas.“Under our existing, archaic shop trading laws – larger supermarkets (those over 400sqm) and shops (over 200sqm) outside of the CBD are prevented from opening their doors, which simply doesn’t make any sense.“The Marshall Government’s view is, and has always been, why shouldn’t families in Elizabeth, Noarlunga, Port Adelaide, Tea Tree Gully and Marion have the same opportunity and freedom to shop as families near the CBD?”“From supermarkets and homeware stores to fashion retailers and hardware suppliers, if traders want to trade, consumers want to shop and there are employees willing and able to work, why should our silly shop trading laws stop them?”Easter holiday trading hours for non-exempt shops (supermarkets over 400sqm and shops over 200sqm):Good Friday (April 2): CLOSED(CBD, Metropolitan Shopping District and Glenelg Tourist Precinct)Easter Saturday (April 3): Regular trade until 5pm(CBD, Metropolitan Shopping District and Glenelg Tourist Precinct)Easter Sunday (April 4): 11am to 5pm in the CBD;CLOSED (Metropolitan Shopping District and Glenelg Tourist Precinct)Easter Monday (April 5): 11am to 5pm(CBD, Metropolitan Shopping District and Glenelg Tourist Precinct) /Public News. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:Adelaide, AusPol, Australia, Easter, Employees, Fashion, Government, Holiday, SA Government, school, South Australia, tea, tradelast_img read more

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Wine on Tap Innovator, Free Flow Wines, Named a 2015 Inc….

first_imgAdvertisementFree Flow Wines is recognized for their 398% growth rate of the past three years and is the only Napa-based company to make this year’s listNapa, CA, August 18, 2015—Inc. magazine today ranked Free Flow Wines as no. 1081 on its 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy—America’s independent entrepreneurs. Companies such as Yelp, Pandora, Timberland, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, LinkedIn, Zillow, and many other well-known names are members of the Inc. 5000.“Being named an Inc. 5000 company has been a goal of ours since we founded Free Flow in 2009,” said Free Flow Wines’ co-founder and CEO, Jordan Kivelstadt. “We are honored to be named as one of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.”Free Flow Wines is the pioneer of premium wine on tap, one of the fastest growing segments of the wine and hospitality industry. The company has emerged as the largest kegging service provider, supporting the wine industry with logistics and marketing to support the wine on tap category. More than 3,900 locations nationwide now offer wine and other products on tap and that number is rapidly increasing.“We’ve experienced a growth rate of 398% over the past three years, which is astonishing,” added Kivelstadt. “We’ve worked hard to drive the adoption of wine on tap and it’s humbling to be honored for our hard work.”Free Flow Wines was the only Napa-based company to make the 2015 Inc. 5000 list. The company currently fills over 12,000+ kegs per month for more than 220 quality wine brands. They recently expanded their wine on tap program to include other innovative draft products like spirits, coffee and sake, and the company plans to introduce additional on-tap products in the future.The 2015 Inc. 5000, unveiled online at Inc.com, is the most competitive crop in the list’s history. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue is $205 billion, generating 647,000 jobs over the past three years. Complete results of the Inc. 5000 can be found at www.inc.com/inc5000. Free Flow Wines’ Inc. 5000 listing can be found at http://www.inc.com/profile/free-flow-wines.Free Flow Wines will be attending the annual Inc. 5000 event that honors all of the 2015 companies, October 21 through 23, 2015 in Orlando, FL.About Free Flow WinesBased in Napa, California, Free Flow Wines, founded in 2009 by Jordan Kivelstadt and Dan Donahoe, has emerged as the largest kegging service provider, supporting the wine industry with logistics and marketing to support the wine on tap category. Free Flow Wines delivers the world’s wine brands to the taps of restaurants and venues nationwide. Free Flow Wines’ kegging and logistics services have allowed the wine and hospitality industries to move away from bottles to a sustainable, environmentally friendly way of serving wine on tap, while maintaining wine integrity from the barrel to the tap. Free Flow Wines was has more than 220 wine brands in kegs, such as Frog’s Leap from the Napa Valley, King Estate Winery from Oregon and Diseno from Mendoza, Argentina. Their clients’ wines are offered to a variety of restaurants, premium hotels, sports and entertainment venues nationwide. The company is located in Napa, California, and you can find them online at FreeFlowWines.com, on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Flickr @FreeFlowWine. For a list of the premium wines available through Free Flow Wines: http://bit.ly/1np1mP6Inc. 5000 MethodologyThe 2015 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2011 to 2014. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2011. They had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent – not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies – as of December 31, 2014. (Since then, a number of companies on the list have gone public or been acquired.) The minimum revenue required for 2011 is $100,000; the minimum for 2014 is $2 million.Advertisement Linkedin ReddIt Twitter Home Industry News Releases Wine on Tap Innovator, Free Flow Wines, Named a 2015 Inc. 5000…Industry News ReleasesWine BusinessWine on Tap Innovator, Free Flow Wines, Named a 2015 Inc. 5000 CompanyBy Press Release – August 18, 2015 86 0 Email TAGSfeaturedFree Flow Wines Pinterest Facebook Share Previous articleRestauranteur Maurizio Paparo Joins King Estate Team as Vice President of HospitalityNext articleDouglas Introduces SmartSelectTM Automatic Changeover Press Releaselast_img read more

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St. Ann steps up activities against mosquitoes

first_imgSt. Ann steps up activities against mosquitoes Health & WellnessJune 13, 2011 RelatedSt. Ann steps up activities against mosquitoes By ALDEEN CAMPBELL, JIS Reporter FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail OCHO RIOS — Acting Chief Public Health Inspector in the St. Ann Health Department, Leroy Scott, has called on parishioners to be proactive in checking for sources of mosquito breeding in their communities, and help the Department prevent mosquito bourne diseases in the parish. The appeal was made at the monthly meeting of the St. Ann Parish Council in St. Ann’s Bay, on Thursday June 9. “We have already started to get complaints about mosquitoes breeding in various communities, but what we are asking of the community members is for them to check their own environment, places where they work and their homes as well as other places, for possible sources of mosquito breeding, and take the necessary steps to either prevent water from collecting there or, in the event they cannot avoid that, then they do their own treatment,” Mr. Scott said. He noted that the water in which mosquitoes breed can be treated, by adding cooking or kerosene oil to prevent the mosquito larvae from getting enough oxygen to survive. “We, at the St. Ann Health Department, are preparing to carry out our own intervention programme, as a result of this increase in mosquito breeding,” Mr. Scott said.  “We will be going into the communities, because we know where the bodies of water are that the mosquitoes are breeding in, and we have been monitoring these sources, even in the dry period,” he said. In addition, he stated that the Health Department will soon be embarking on a sensitization programme, to heighten the awareness of the public. “We expect to roll out our sensitization programme soon, and we will be working closely with the communications entities in the region, in order for that to be stepped up,” Mr. Scott said, encouraging residents to support the sensitization campaign, when it gets underway. RelatedSt. Ann steps up activities against mosquitoes RelatedSt. Ann steps up activities against mosquitoes Advertisementslast_img read more

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