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The program of Meet Magento Germany 2019 has been announced

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 2 Mag 2019

Recently, the organizer published the lecture program of Meet Magento DE 2019 – the largest Magento event in the German-speaking area. About 50 speakers from Adobe, Magento and well-known companies such as Microsoft and Google as well as many experts from the e-commerce
and Magento environment will participate at this year’s Magento event, that takes place on June 3rd and 4th in Leipzig. In 2019 Meet Magento DE will take place for the tenth year in a row and this year again addresses e-commerce enthusiasts and the entire Magento ecosystem: retailers, manufacturers, service providers, agencies, developers and the Magento community. Jason Woosley (Vice President of Commerce Product & Platform, Magento, an Adobe Company) will give a keynote address on “ExperienceDriven Commerce with Adobe and Magento”. Dr. Kai Hudetz, Managing Director of IFH Cologne and one of the leading e-commerce experts in the German-speaking region, will be another highlight on stage. The “usability pope” Johannes Altmann will give a lecture about the “MVP from hell” and with Dr. Matthias Orthwein the organizer was able to engage one of the leading IT lawyers of the renowned law firm SKW Schwarz, who enriches the program with the topic “Digital Design
Thinking and Law – Two sides of the same coin”. He clarifies what theincreasingdigitalization means from a legal point of view and what merchants should keep in mind now and in the future. Among many others, lectures by PHP guru Stefan Priebsch, Magento Master RiccardoTempestam and Andrey Lipattsev from Google on the subject of Progressive Web Apps are planned for the technicians. http://ots.de/VAycVR

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Wells Fargo to Meet with Investors in Europe

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 1 Mag 2019

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) said today that members of the Company’s Treasury and Investor Relations teams are scheduled to meet with fixed income investors in Europe starting on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, through Friday, May 10, 2019.The Company will post the investor deck that is being used in the meetings on Monday, May 6, 2019, at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) at the following address:https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/investor-relations/events
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a diversified, community-based financial services company with $1.9 trillion in assets. Wells Fargo’s vision is to satisfy our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially. Founded in 1852 and headquartered in San Francisco, Wells Fargo provides banking, investment and mortgage products and services, as well as consumer and commercial finance, through 7,700 locations, more than 13,000 ATMs, the internet (wellsfargo.com) and mobile banking, and has offices in 33 countries and territories to support customers who conduct business in the global economy. With approximately 262,000 team members, Wells Fargo serves one in three households in the United States. Wells Fargo & Company was ranked No. 26 on Fortune’s 2018 rankings of America’s largest corporations.

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“Meet and greet” a Roma con sindaci molisani

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 14 dicembre 2018

Roma sabato 15 dicembre 2018 presso l’Hotel degli Aranci in via Barnaba Oriani 11 (quartiere Parioli), con terrazza panoramica su San Pietro. Qui dalle ore 11 si svolgerà un incontro finalizzato, tra le altre cose, alla presentazione di un soggetto pubblico-privato per la gestione dei bandi e dei finanziamenti, nonché per euro-progettazione, formazione e comunicazione. Per l’occasione, oltre ad alcuni rappresentanti dell’associazione, quelli più interessati ai settori coinvolti, e ad una dozzina di imprenditori, saranno presenti diversi sindaci molisani ed altri esponenti delle istituzioni molisane e non, oltre a professionisti di diversi settori.
Un incontro prenatalizio per programmare le ambiziose iniziative per il 2019. E’ il “Meet and greet” dell’associazione Forche Caudine, organizzato dal Comitato Imprese dell’associazione. L’iniziativa mira ad individuare le strade più idonee per contribuire al rilancio del territorio attraverso il confronto, la progettazione e l’apporto di imprenditori, anche non molisani, aderenti al sodalizio.
Tra gli opinion leader che hanno già confermato la presenza all’evento, la cui partecipazione per ragioni organizzative è esclusivamente ad inviti, ci sono Marco Wong, presidente di Associna, fondatore di Extrabanca ed ex direttore di Huawei Italia e l’onorevole Ylenia Lucaselli, avvocato e global advisors della prima compagnia al mondo nella distribuzione di vino e alcool, la Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits, con sede a Miami ed in Texas, con un fatturato di 40 milioni di dollari, 22mila dipendenti, e circa 50 anni di attività. Sarà presente anche il giornalista Giuseppe Cerasa di “Repubblica”, già protagonista di altre iniziative dell’associazione.Tra gli scopi dei nuovi organismi c’è quello di oltrepassare le consumate logiche politiche e amministrative che hanno determinato l’attuale situazione economica, sociale e d’immagine non certo esaltante del Molise, cercando invece di individuare nuove strade per contribuire concretamente al rilancio del territorio.“Come già è avvenuto per altre iniziative di successo, intendiamo trasferire l’impeccabile esperienza organizzativa e mediatica di Forche Caudine su terreni nuovi e in parte contigui, come l’imprenditorialità, la formazione, l’organizzazione di servizi, l’export – concludono Bonello e Caterina.

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When East meets West

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 18 dicembre 2014

triesteTrieste, 18-20 gennaio 2015 22 progetti cinematografici provenienti da 13 Paesi saranno presentati durante la quinta edizione di When East Meets West, il mercato di co-produzione che si terrà dal 18 al 20 gennaio 2015 nell’ambito del Trieste Film Festival. L’evento riunirà professionisti dell’industria cinematografica internazionale provenienti da Italia, Europa dell’Est e da una nuova area geografica diversa di anno in anno. L’edizione 2015 dedica un focus speciale ai Paesi di lingua inglese e si estende per la prima volta oltre i confini europei, dando vita a un ambizioso programma rivolto alle opportunità di coproduzione con UK, Irlanda, Canada e Stati Uniti. I 22 progetti in sviluppo selezionati per il pitching, 10 documentari e 12 lungometraggi, sono stati scelti tra i 285 presentati – 57 dall’Italia, 38 dal Regno Unito, 19 dal Canada, 15 dall’Irlanda, 13 dagli Stati Uniti e il resto dall’Europa dell’Est. I progetti verranno proposti a una vasta platea di possibili co-produttori, finanziatori, sales agents, programmatori di festival e distributori internazionali. “Non sono soltanto i numeri che ci confortano nell’edizione di quest’anno. La qualità dei progetti presentati continua a rimanere sempre alta e non è stato facile selezionare quelli che parteciperanno al pitch” dichiara Paolo Vidali, direttore del Fondo per l’Audiovisivo del Friuli Venezia Giulia. Una giuria internazionale composta da Nikolaj Nikitin di SOFA, Matthieu Darras di TORINOFILMLAB e Kristina Trapp di EAVE, assegnerà il WEMW Development Award al miglior progetto e una borsa di studio per prendere parte alla prossima edizione dell’EAVE European Producers Workshop. Infine, grazie alla partnership con EGG, uno dei principali studi di post-produzione in Irlanda, verrà messo in palio anche l’Egg Digital Cinema Award, ovvero un completo Digital Cinema Package.
Altre novità fondamentali nel programma di questa edizione sono First Cut Lab e Last Stop Trieste: il primo è un workshop dedicato a lungometraggi di finzione in fase di post-produzione, il secondo rappresenta una preziosa occasione per presentare documentari in avanzata fase di montaggio a un ristretto pubblico di sales agents, responsabili di festival, rappresentanti di broadcasters. Senza dimenticare Born in Trieste, la nuova sezione del Trieste Film Festival dedicata ai film che negli scorsi anni hanno iniziato il loro percorso produttivo a WEMW.
Da sottolineare, infine, il rinnovato sostegno a WEMW da parte di Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme che conferma il ruolo chiave dell’iniziativa nello sviluppo di nuovi progetti di valore internazionale.WEMW è organizzato dal Fondo per l’Audiovisivo del Friuli Venezia Giulia, assieme a Trieste Film Festival, in collaborazione con EAVE, Antenna MEDIA Torino, Maia workshops, Eurimages, e con il supporto di Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme, CEI (Central European Initiative), MiBACT e Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia.

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World Jewish Congress to meet in Berlin in wake of sharp rise of anti-Semitism across Europe

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 6 settembre 2014

berlinoNEW YORK/BRUSSELS – A sharp rise in anti-Semitic attacks and the growing hostility towards Israel will be among the subjects to be discussed at a meeting of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) in Berlin, which will take place from 14 to 16 September 2014. The WJC Governing Board will be chaired by David de Rothschild and attended by 150 heads of Jewish communities, delegates and young Jewish diplomats from around the world. Among the guest speakers will be Germany’s Economics Minister, Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.In tribute to his lifetime efforts for reconciliation between Germans and Jews, and between Germany and Israel, the WJC’s Theodor Herzl Award will be bestowed posthumously on the late publisher Axel Springer, whose widow Friede Springer will receive it at a dinner at Berlin’s Jewish Museum on Monday, 15 September 2014.The participants will also take part in the rally against anti-Semitism organized by the Central Council of Jews in Germany in front of Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate on Sunday, 14 September 2014, at 3 p.m., where German President Joachim Gauck, Chancellor Angela Merkel, and many other German leaders are expected.WJC President Ronald S. Lauder, who will be one of the speakers at the rally, said the WJC meeting in Berlin came at an important moment: “After the terrible hostilities against Jews we witnessed in the last eight weeks in Europe, following Israel’s legitimate action in the Gaza Strip, we are faced with a fundamental question: What needs to be done to ensure that the next generation of Jews has a future in Europe? This eruption of anti-Semitism has been an eye-opener for many people, and it would be wrong to go back to doing business as usual. Instead, we expect politicians and societies to address the root causes of this hatred, and to take appropriate action against it.”Reports will be given about Hamas and about the threats posed by jihadist fighters returning to their Western countries of origin. Another focus of the WJC meeting will be visits of the delegates to important Holocaust-related sites in Berlin, including the Wannsee Conference Memorial Exhibit, the ‘Gleis 17’ train platform at Berlin’s Grunewald Station from which many German Jews were deported to the Nazi death camps where there will be a wreath-laying ceremony, and to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe near the Brandenburg Gate. This will take place in the morning of Tuesday, 16 September 2014. At ‘Gleis 17’, there will be a short ceremony and Kaddish will be recited.

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European Churches meet to discuss Human Rights

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 6 Mag 2010

In order to further the work on a Human Rights Manual for churches within the Conference of European Churches (CEC), a consultation was held by the Church and Society Commission of CEC, with human rights focal points from the various member churches. The infrastructure and hospitality for the meeting was graciously provided by the Church and Society Commission of the Diocese for Central Europe of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Hildesheim, Germany. The participants discussed how the various issues of human dignity, racism, freedom of religion, security, migration, the rights of the child and discrimination and exclusion could be usefully translated into theological and ethical terms and in a manner that allows them to be brought closer to the “parishioners in the pews”, as one participant called it.  The participants welcomed the work already undertaken by the Human Rights Secretariat of the Church and Society Commission of CEC under whose guidance 16 articles had already been commissioned and delivered covering themes such as “The Bible and Human Rights”, “Interpretation of Human Rights in the Light of Church Fathers” and “Universality and Different Cultures and Traditions” written by well-respected authors in their field. This collection will be augmented by additional articles on human rights and security, “Moving from the House of Fear to the House of Love”, and “Social Justice” and then distributed as a reader.  The Conference of European Churches (CEC) is a fellowship of some 120 Orthodox, Protestant, Anglican and Old Catholic Churches from all countries of Europe, plus 40 associated organisations. CEC was founded in 1959. It has offices in Geneva, Brussels and Strasbourg.
The Church and Society Commission of CEC links member churches and associated organisations of CEC with the European Union’s institutions, the Council of Europe, the OSCE, NATO and the UN (on European matters). Its task is to help the churches study church and society questions from a theological and social-ethical perspective, especially those with a European dimension, and to represent common positions of the member churches in their relations with political institutions working in Europe.

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Meet to discuss migration

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 6 marzo 2010

Istanbul (Turkey), the European Capital of Culture 2010, will host the annual meeting of the Joint Committee of the Conference of European Churches (CEC) and the Council of Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE) which will be held from 7 to 11 March 2010, following an invitation by the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I. The Joint Committee was set up in 1972, and its task is to oversee the co-operation between CEC and CCEE. As well as the General Secretaries of the two bodies, it comprises seven members of CEC and seven appointed by CCEE. CCEE members will meet the Presidency and the members appointed by CEC Central Committee last December for the first time.  The agenda of the meeting features: A round table on the theme of Migration with the contribution of the following experts: Her Excellency Mme Theodora Tzakri, Vice Minister of Interior of GreeceMr. Johan Ketelers, Secretary General of the Geneva-based International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) Mr Alp Ay, Director for Political Affairs – Secretariat General for EU Affairs Afterwards, participants will hold a debate-exchange on the actions, experiences and projects of the Churches and Bishops’ Conferences in the field of Migration;  A communiqué on the current year agenda of both bodies and specifically on the 13th CEC Assembly (Lyon, France, 15 to 21 July 2009); A debate on pressing issues being tabled at the European institutions. On Tuesday March 9, Participants will be received in a private audience by His Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I Times devoted to prayer will feature throughout the daily programme. Especially, the opening prayer on Monday March 8, will be for the numerous victims of the earthquake in Chile. Working sessions will take place behind closed doors.

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