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Vermont Venture Network

Vermont Venture Network

first_imgVermont Venture Network serving the entrepreneurial community since 1989May Monthly Breakfast MeetingThursday, May 23, 2002, 8 A.M.Michael H. Gurau, President, CEI Community Ventures, Inc. 36 Water Street, PO Box 268, Wiscasset, ME 04578, Tel: (207) 882-7552, E-Mail: mhg@ceimaine.org(link sends e-mail)CEI is a non-profit community and economic development organization founded in 1977. CEI’s latest initiative is CEI Community Ventures which is a community development venture capital fund formed pursuant to the SBA New Markets Venture Capital Program. CEI Community Ventures is eligible to invest in all of Essex and Orange counties in Vermont plus 24 other census tracts, including Burlington.Randee Fagen, Vice President Sales, Marketing and Customer Services C3Gateways Services, Inc.5005 Jean Talon West, Suite 200 Montreal, PQ H4P 1W7Tel: (514) 908-2400“Multi-Tasking CRM”C3Gateways has developed a proprietary “middleware” solution, ContactIP, to manage the customer interaction with call center personnel. In July 2001, the company acquired 1000% of the shares in Helpoverip.com, which was the initial developer of the customer relationship management technology.A discussion period will follow, and your questions are encouraged.Location: The Radisson Hotel60 Battery StreetBurlington, VT tel. (802) 658-6500Meetings: Meetings are typically held the fourth Thursday of every month, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.To pre-register: Please mail your registration form and check (payable to: VVN) for $15 to: PO Box 5839, Burlington, VT 05402. This fee includes a continental breakfast.Pre-registration will also be accepted by facsimile to (802) 658-0978 or via email to vvnmail@merritt-merritt.com(link sends e-mail). Please help us speed your check-in by pre-registering. Thank you. Please also be sure to include your email address.Name ________________________________________Title ________________________________________Company _____________________________________Address _____________________________________City/State/Zip _________________________________Telephone _________________________________Email Address _________________________________Annual Membership is $25. Members receive notification of all Vermont Venture Network events, distributed via mail and email, for a period of one year.last_img read more

Secure a double lot in an elevated position in inner-city location

Secure a double lot in an elevated position in inner-city location

first_img11 Vista St, Bardon.A four-bedroom, one-bathroom post-war home at Bardon has hit the market and could be the site of a new dream home.The 860sq m block is on two allotments at 11 Vista St, and only five minutes from Brisbane’s CBD. 11 Vista St, Bardon. 11 Vista St, Bardon.Surrounded by multi-million dollar homes, the property is close to Ashgrove, Paddington and Toowong.With views to the city and surrounding bushland, Mr Keogh said breezes and air flow at this altitude were guaranteed.He said three highly ranked local schools were nearby as well as a selection of respected secondary schools.With Mt Coot-tha at your doorstep there’s plenty of picnic spots to enjoy, bush walking tracks and bike trails. The property is close to cafes and restaurants and public transport is nearby.center_img More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 201911 Vista St, Bardon.Calibre Real Estate selling agent Andrew Keogh said rarely were buyers presented with the opportunity to secure a double lot in such an elevated position in Bardon.“For those buyers who wish to build a brand new home in the style and design of their choice, then here is your chance,” Mr Keogh said.The owner, who wished to remain anonymous, said the property was bought in 1965 and where they raised their two children.“They had an idyllic childhood, trekking through Mt Coot-tha, riding their bikes to Bowman Park and catching tadpoles with their mates in the creek,” the owner said. “We renovated the property in 1973 and the house is as you see it today. “I love the views out over Mt Coot-tha and towards the city as well as the variety of birdlife that you get in that particular pocket of Bardon.”last_img read more

Indian coaches exposed to science of sports at UK varsity

Indian coaches exposed to science of sports at UK varsity

first_imgFrom H S RaoLondon, Aug 30 (PTI) Experts at Britains University of Birmingham haveintroduced coaches and sports scientists from India to their counterparts in English cricket to show how cutting-edge science, including the use of bimechanics, helps boost performance.The 25-strong Indian team visited Warwickshire County Cricket Clubs Edgbaston Stadium as part of a two-week programme to explore coaching and sports science techniques.Warwickshire CCC Academy Director Paul Greetham was able to showcase how the club uses biomechanics to enhance cricket players bowling and batting techniques.There was a demonstration of the clubs high-speed camera system and how it is used to analyse cricketers performance.Experts from School of Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences and University Birmingham Sport have put together a comprehensive programme for the visitors.Put together by the Sports Authority of India (SAI), the programme was organised by Martin Toms after discussions with the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports and SAI about how the University of Birmingham could help Indian athletes boost their performance.”With the help of Warwickshire County Cricket Club, we are showing our guests how sports science is applied in the real world. Were keen to showcase ways of identifying, developing and sustaining sports talent,” said Toms, senior lecturer in Sport Pedagogy in School of Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences. He is a former professional cricket coach with a PhD in youth participation and talent development in cricket.”By taking our guests to meet the universitys sports partners we hope to help them improve performance across Indian sport.”advertisementUniversity experts are sharing the latest thinking in a range of areas, including sports nutrition, sports psychology, performance analysis and injury rehabilitation with the group.They organised a visit to Birmingham City FCs football academy, where the guests watched young players training and learned about how sports science combined with coaching.The visitors also toured the Football Association HQ at St Georges Park, Burton-on-Trent.”After experts from the University of Birmingham shared comprehensive knowledge about sports theory and practice, it was our pleasure to visit Edgbaston,” said Rajdeep Kaur Talwar, dean of Faculty of Sports Sciences at the National Institute of Sports, Patiala, and leader of the delegation.”Paul Greetham demonstrated different activities being run at Edgbaston and showed us the cricket pitch, gym facilities available to players, and the modern indoor training areas and infrastructure. It was an amazing opportunity to see their facilities.”The group includes coaches from athletics, volleyball, kabaddi, swimming and gymnastics, and sports scientists from a range of disciplines including nutrition and physiology.The University of Birmingham has seen student Lily Owsley and alumna Sophie Bray win gold in the womens hockey, whilst alumnus James Rodwell scooped silver with the Rugby Sevens ? part of Team GBs record haul of 67 medals in Rio. PTI HSR ABH AKJ ABHlast_img read more