Crisp manufacturer Darling Spuds has added a new flavour to its portfolio. In a bid to capture a taste of the Mediterranean, the sun-ripened tomato, green olive and oregano flavour joins its gluten-free crisps range.Darling Spuds’ range already includes: sour cream with a hint of Mexican chilli; sea salt and Modena vinegar; West Country cheddar; crush sea salt; and fire-roasted jalapeño peppers. All six flavours are available in 40g bags.The brand is an ’independent only’ offering and is sold in Budgens and Puccinos, as well as a number of delis and other independents. RRP: 65p
With mobile financial technology services moving forward at light speed these days, it’s a bit of a challenge at times to keep pace with all the changes — not to mention the technology driving the evolution of member needs. To get a grasp on mobile, we invited Mobilearth’s Dave Richards on the program. But instead of looking at it from the consumer POV, we flipped it around provided it from your credit union’s branch perspective. In other words, with today’s technology leaps, your branch is no longer stationary. It’s wherever your staff can go with a tablet, which enhances the visibility and value of your CU — not to mention its cool factor.Check out this conversation with Dave on how your branch can go mobile. Enjoy! continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
SCC Board President and JCD Superintendent Tim Taylor welcomes new SCC Director Derek Marshall.Versailles, Ind. — The Southeastern Career Center Board of Directors has named Derek Marshall as the new director of the center in Versailles. The appointment was announced Monday morning after a thorough interview process.Marshall served as the superintendent of thSCC Board President and JCD Superintendent Tim Taylor presents a retirement plaque to retiring SCC Director Brad Streete Attica Community School Corporation for last six years. He has also been the principal of the Scottsburg High School and the Switzerland County High School.He replaces Brad Street who announced his retirement in the spring of 2017.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has met with the new Special Representative of the United Nations (UN) Secretary General and Head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER), Mr. Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed.The Liberian President received Mr. Ahmed and his delegation at her Foreign Ministry office during a courtesy call on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, where brief acquaintance pleasantries were exchanged. Mr. Ahmed, a Mauritanian, replaces Mr. Anthony Banbury. Special Representative Banbury was the first envoy appointed by UN0 Secretary Ban Ki-Moon during the heat of the Ebola crisis in the sub-region. He initially noted that his mandate was to eradicate the virus from the sub-region. Mr. Banbury’s tour of duty ended over the weekend, thereby ushering in the new envoy.President Sirleaf welcomed the new Head of UMEER to Liberia and described the work of his predecessor as excellent and very supportive of the country’s fight to contain the deadly ebola virus disease.“Your predecessor effectively spearheaded the operations of UMEER with huge progress. Even though the country still has a lot to be done with regards to Ebola, much was achieved with the assistance and cooperation of UNMEER,” President Sirleaf indicated.She pledged her government’s support to the transitional process in UNMEER and emphasized the need for improved and strengthened regional collaboration and cooperation in the continued fight against the further spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease.She named exchange of information, experiences and best practices as important elements required to enhance regional cooperation and collaboration in the Ebola fight, thereby acknowledging that some level of regional collaboration is taking place, but still below the level it ought to be and stressed that the regional dimension of the virus makes it difficult for progress to be made in one country without the corresponding progress in the others.The new UNMEER Head, Cheikh Ahmed, expressed appreciation for the leadership and commitment of the Liberian government, which he considers the main factor responsible for the level of progress made in Liberia’s fight against the further spread of the Ebola virus disease.He pointed out that the mechanism for coordination may not be perfect but has impacted the Ebola fight in Liberia and the region very efficiently.Mr. Ahmed indicated that UNMEER will also focus on helping government reactivate the educational system and declared the mission’s support to the back to school effort. He, however, advised that appropriate measures and processes be put into place to protect both the students and staff as Ebola is still active in Liberia.Mr. Ahmed was accompanied by the Secretary General’s Special Representative of the UN Mission in Liberia, Karin Landgren; UN Ebola Envoy, David Nabarro; and Mr. Peter Graff; while Health Minister, Dr. Walter Gwenigale; Minister of State Without Portfolio, Mr. Sylvester Grigsby; and Dr. Emmanuel Dolo, were also in attendance.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
This recognition came just before Ecobank Cabo Verde, Gambia, Liberia and Zimbabwe won Best Bank at the EMEA Finance African Banking Awards on December 5.“Bank of the Year” and “Best Bank” in prestigious London awards ceremonies. The judging panels were impressed by Ecobank’s sound management, business model and strategic initiatives as well as its pioneering technology Lomé, Togo, December 9, 2019.Ecobank wins the “Bank of the Year” and “Best Bank” at the Banker and EMEA Finance Awards in London. Ecobank Cameroon, Gambia and Rwanda won Bank of the Year at The Banker Awards on November 28.This recognition came just before Ecobank Cabo Verde, Gambia, Liberia and Zimbabwe won Best Bank at the EMEA Finance African Banking Awards on December 5.The Banker is the most prestigious global financial publication and EMEA Finance is widely read by the international banking community.Ade Ayeyemi, Group CEO of Ecobank said: “We are pleased to be recognized as ‘Bank of the Year’ and ‘Best Bank’ in two distinguished award ceremonies in London. This confirms the strength of our brand in multiple countries across Africa, our unique pan-African platform and innovative banking products and solutions. Indeed, our One Bank strategy is providing the desired banking excellence for our consumer, commercial and corporate customers across the 33 countries in which we operate on the continent.”The judging panels were impressed by Ecobank’s sound management, business model and strategic initiatives as well as its pioneering technology. They highlighted the bank’s recent innovations, including digitalized trade finance products, Ecobank Online and Omni Lite, digital payment solution, Ecobank Pay, and cross-border remittance solution, Rapid transfer.These products are transforming the banking sector and empowering African businesses by providing accessibility and affordability.Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (‘ETI’) (www.Ecobank.com) is the parent company of the Ecobank Group, the leading independent pan-African banking group. The Ecobank Group employs over 15,000 people and serves about 20 million customers in the consumer, commercial and corporate banking sectors across 33 African countries.The Group has a banking license in France and representative offices in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Johannesburg, South Africa; Beijing, China; London, the UK and Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.The Group offers a full suite of banking products, services and solutions including bank and deposit accounts, loans, cash management, advisory, trade, securities, wealth and asset management. ETI is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchanges in Lagos, the Ghana Stock Exchange in Accra, and the Bourse Régionale des Valeurs Mobilières in Abidjan.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)