Axi lança a campanha “Escolha o seu Diferencial” com estrelas do Manchester City

Corretora recruta estrelas do Man City para apresentar seu novo programa de alocação de capital, Axi Select

SYDNEY, Australia, Nov. 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A principal corretora online de FX e CFDs, Axi, lançou sua nova campanha, “Escolha o seu Diferencial”. Apresentando estrelas do Manchester City FC, a campanha introduz o novo programa de alocação de capital da Axi, o Axi Select.

Desde 2020, a Axi, parceira oficial de operação online do Manchester City, tem utilizado seu acesso aos jogadores do clube para oferecer conteúdo interativo e destacar suas ofertas únicas. Neste ano, as estrelas do Manchester City, Erling Haaland, Kyle Walker e Rodri, competem cara a cara pelas vantagens em vários desafios, como classificação de bolas e construção de torres.

Hannah Hill, Chefe de Marca e Patrocínio da Axi, expressou seu entusiasmo pela nova campanha, afirmando: “Como acontece todos os anos, trabalhar com os jogadores do City foi, mais uma vez, muito empolgante. Eles demonstraram uma química incrível entre si, o que resultou em ótimas brincadeiras e conteúdo incrível. A colaboração foi uma maneira única de apresentar a nossa mais recente oferta, o Axi Select. Com nosso novo programa, nossos clientes podem acessar o diferencial competitivo de que precisam para se tornarem traders profissionais.”

Em setembro, a corretora lançou com orgulho seu novo programa de alocação, o Axi Select. Com o objetivo de capacitar operadores ambiciosos e facilitar sua progressão para a negociação profissional, o programa oferece aos operadores a oportunidade de acessar financiamento de capital de até US$ 1.000.000, além de outros benefícios excepcionais, sem taxas de registro e a chance de ganhar até 90% de seus lucros.

Ao falar sobre o Axi Select em seu lançamento, Louis Cooper, diretor comercial da Axi, disse: “Na Axi, temos orgulho de ser uma marca que sempre traz o que há de melhor para nossos clientes. Nossa nova e revolucionária oferta, Axi Select, é a primeira de seu tipo entre os corretores e outro reflexo verdadeiro da promessa de nossa marca. Com a Axi Select, oferecemos oportunidades inigualáveis aos nossos traders, redefinindo os limites do que é possível na negociação e remodelando a evolução do setor financeiro.”

Para obter mais informações sobre o Axi Select, visite https://www.axi.com/int/funded-trader-programme

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Sobre a Axi

Axi é uma corretora global de negociação on-line de FX e CFDs. Como corretora preferida de milhares de clientes ambiciosos em mais de 100 países em todo o mundo, ajudamos todos os tipos de traders, empresas de trading, bancos e organizações financeiras a encontrar o diferencial de que precisam para atingir suas metas financeiras através de transações conscientes feitas nos mercados financeiros mundiais. A Axi oferece uma ampla gama de ativos, incluindo CFDs para diversas classes de ativos, como Forex, ações, petróleo, metais preciosos, café, índices e outras commodities.

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OPEN Health unites patient engagement experts to transform the patient experience

London, Nov. 20, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — London, UK – November 20, 2023 – OPEN Health, a preeminent global provider of consultingHEOR and market accesspatient engagement, and scientific and creative communications services, is bringing together experts in strategic patient innovation and engagement, deepening the organization’s existing commitment to building patient-first solutions.

OPEN Health is combining the strength, expertise, and proven track record of the Px Group, a division of the CM Group which was acquired in 2022, and OPEN Health’s own patient engagement team into a unified global patient communications, patient research, and creative patient engagement partner. The combined team will be led by Cherie Myatt, alongside Senior Vice President Alexandra Dubois, Registered Health Psychologist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist Dr. Sumira Riaz, and Patient Centricity Global Lead Gavin Jones.

Myatt, co-founder of the CM Group, started to build out a patient engagement team in 2016 based on clients’ needs to connect and activate their patient communities. She and Dubois, an experienced marketer and rare disease advocate, launched a division of the agency focused exclusively on providing patient engagement solutions to clients in the life sciences industry, particularly those in rare and complex conditions. Dr. Sumira Riaz has led OPEN Health’s Patient Engagement practice in Europe for the past six years, with an industry-leading team of health psychologists and behavioral scientists.

“I am excited to bring together our global experts to focus on engagement with patients, caregivers, community leaders, and advocacy groups. Together, we will use the patient voice to improve life-changing treatments across the globe,” said Myatt, whose title is President of OPEN Health Patient Engagement.

Dr. Annemarie Clegg, Chief Medical Officer at OPEN Health, commented, “By working as one, united team, we can better leverage our respective talents and methodologies to unlock patient engagement opportunities across the product life cycle and drive more effective engagement solutions.”

Collaborating with more than 1,300 global OPEN Health experts, the Patient Engagement team provides a wide range of solutions to address specific challenges for clients. Its full suite of solutions includes:

  • Strategy, insights & market research – delivers design solutions that resonate with communities and significantly impact disease outcomes with a profound understanding of patient needs.
  • Health psychology & behavioral science – delivers comprehensive insights into the lived experience of patient and caregiver with evidence-based methodologies.
  • Patient content & storytelling – delivers patient-focused communications and storytelling solutions that educate, connect, and inspire.
  • Patient Engager™ programs and advocacy engagement – partners with life sciences companies and their patients and caregiver communities to purposefully infuse the patient perspective into programs and communications.

To learn more, visit https://www.openhealthgroup.com/patient-engagement 

About OPEN Health

OPEN Health unites deep scientific knowledge with wide-ranging specialist expertise to unlock possibilities that improve health outcomes and patient well-being. Working in partnership with our clients, we embrace our different perspectives and strengths to deliver fresh thinking and solutions that make a difference. OPEN Health is a flexible global organization that solves complex healthcare challenges across consulting, HEOR and market access, scientific communications, patient engagement, and creative omnichannel communications. For more information on OPEN Health, visit www.openhealthgroup.com.

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Kenya to Install Speed Cameras on Highways to Reduce Road Accidents

Naivasha – The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced plans to install surveillance speed cameras on major highways as part of a strategy to reduce road accidents by 20 percent. This initiative, as revealed by KeNHA, involves procuring enforcement cameras which will be erected on key roads and highways starting next year to monitor and curb excessive speeding.

According to Kenya News Agency, there have been 3,609 deaths due to road accidents as of October this year, a slight decrease from the 3,936 deaths recorded during the same period last year. NTSA Director General George Njau noted that Nairobi, Kiambu, Mombasa, and Nakuru counties have experienced a high number of road accidents this year, largely due to drunk driving and excessive speeding.

Speaking in Naivasha during the World Day of Remembrance for Road Crash Victims, KeNHA’s Director for Design and Safety, Eng. Ezekiel Fukwo, stated that the installation of speed cameras is aimed at ensuring motorists adhere to traffic rules and speed limits. Fukwo highlighted that the initiative is expected to reduce road accidents significantly by addressing the issue of excessive speeding, a major contributor to fatalities on the road.

Additionally, the government plans to implement a five-year road blackspot strategic plan. This plan includes various interventions like road redesigning, erection of speed bumps, and installing signage to mitigate fatal road accidents on major highways.

Njau specifically pointed out the Nairobi-Nakuru highway, where 173 fatalities have occurred this year. Areas like Mai Mahiu and Gilgil have seen particularly high cases of road fatalities. Notable accidents on this highway include a tragic incident in March, where a collision involving a bus and a matatu near Naivasha resulted in the deaths of 17 people, including Pwani University students. Further fatalities occurred later at the Delamere junction, emphasizing the need for highway improvements like adding extra lanes.

Njau urged for enhanced collaboration between state and non-state actors to address road carnage and called on motorists to be cautious, especially during the festive season and the current heavy rains, which make roads more dangerous.

To complement these efforts, NTSA plans to launch a national campaign to raise awareness among Kenyans and motorists about safe driving, traffic rules, and regulations during this year’s festive season.

Naivasha MP Jayne Kihara emphasized the need for an audit of driving schools in the country to ensure quality training for drivers. She also expressed concern over increased drunk driving, particularly among young drivers, and called on government agencies to take stringent actions against this menace.

Somali Police Force Prevents Al-Shabaab Attack in Bosaso City

Bosaso City, Somalia – The Somali Police Force successfully thwarted an attack by the terrorist group Al-Shabaab in Bosaso City, saving the lives of innocent civilians. The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Puntland State Government, a division of the Somali Police Force, intervened effectively to prevent the attack, aimed at construction company workers from Bulsho and other Somali citizens.

According to Somali National News Agency, Security agencies in Somalia are conducting thorough investigations following the incident. It is anticipated that the apprehended individuals involved in the plot will be brought to justice and presented to the public soon. This successful intervention highlights the ongoing efforts of the Somali Police Force at both the State and Central Government levels to protect citizens from the threats posed by Al-Shabaab, a recognized terrorist organization.

50 New Houses Handed Over by MURD Minister at Omuthiya

Omuthiya – Erastus Uutoni, the Minister of Urban and Rural Development (MURD), officially handed over 50 houses in Omuthiya, Oshikoto region, constructed by the National Housing Enterprise (NHE). The housing project, which started in July 2022 and completed in October 2023, provided employment opportunities for 48 contractors.

According to Namibian Press Agency (NAMPA), the government’s efforts in developing the country, such as this housing project, should be acknowledged and appreciated. During the handover ceremony, he expressed satisfaction with the local authority’s role in ensuring land availability and the support from financial institutions. The minister also encouraged civil servants to utilize the recently added 20 percent housing and transport allowance in their salaries to purchase homes.

Uutoni emphasized the collaborative vision of both local authorities and NHE in serving the public and developing the country. He called on local authorities to assist people in making their lives easier and contributing to national development.

NHE board chairperson, Toska Sem, mentioned that the 50 houses are part of NHE’s commitment to providing quality and affordable housing for Namibian inhabitants. She urged local authorities across the country to support NHE by allocating affordable land for further housing projects.

Representing the beneficiaries, Maria Hannes expressed her gratitude for finally owning a home after years of renting. She thanked the NHE salesperson for helping her fulfill her long-standing dream of homeownership.