OnTheMarket is to launch a new TV advertising blitz on Monday 6th May featuring the ad it revealed last September.It portrays a frustrated family sat in a café looking for their ‘perfect’ home surrounded by other diners singing along to the Chas & Dave song ‘Margate’ but with different words.Created to highlight how its properties are uploaded by member agents 24 hours or more before the other portals, the new campaign is expected to reach over a third of the UK population and be seen on average nearly four times by each person.The 30-second and one-minute-long ads are to feature live on ITV and Channel 4 during popular programmes, as well as on several digital channels including Sky.They will also feature on all the catch-up services including ITV Hub and All4.Millions spentThe TV campaign coincides with an ongoing pay-per-click campaign on Google, and also ongoing spend on roadside posters, all funded via its £30 million war chest of which at least £12 million has already been spent.“This latest round of national TV advertising highlights our commitment to invest heavily to build awareness and usage of the , and in turn, to generate more leads and greater value for our estate and letting agent customers,” says Helen Whiteley, Commercial Director at OnTheMarket.“The key message about OnTheMarket getting thousands of new properties every month 24 hours or more before Rightmove or Zoopla powerfully engages with those who are actively looking for a new home and need to ensure they don’t miss out.”helen whiteley OnTheMarket OTM May 3, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Agencies & People » Time for a sing along! OTM returns to TV with huge new campaign previous nextAgencies & PeopleTime for a sing along! OTM returns to TV with huge new campaignTV advert originally revealed last year returns with its chirpy Chas & Dave soundtrack.Nigel Lewis3rd May 201901,235 Views
View post tag: Stability View post tag: 7th Authorities View post tag: asia January 19, 2015 View post tag: promotes Back to overview,Home naval-today US 7th Fleet Promotes Stability and Security in 2014 View post tag: News by topic In 2014, U.S. 7th Fleet ships, squadrons, operational units and senior leaders promoted regional stability and maritime security through more than 1,000 theater security cooperation engagements.Engagements included major operational events, such as 160 bilateral and multilateral exercises, as well as 370 port visits and more than 500 senior leader exchanges, construction projects, military-to-military training and education seminars and community relations events.Major exercises in 2014 included Keen Sword, Key Resolve, Ulchi Freedom Guardian, Malabar, Valiant Shield, and the Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) series.These exercises are designed to address common maritime security priorities and concerns, enhance interoperability and communication, and develop relationships.Exercises ranged from advanced, high-end operations in anti-surface, submarine and air warfare to basic seamanship and navigational training with up-and-coming Navies.One of the highlights for this year’s exercise was JMSDF Escort Force 2 training as the sea combatant commander by coordinating the scheme of maneuver for the strike group surface combatants.Of U.S. 7th Fleet’s 370 port visits, the U.S. 7th Fleet flagship USS Blue Ridge (LCC 19) highlighted this year’s port visit schedule in early August with an engagement in Qingdao, China, the first flagship visit to China in more than five years.[mappress mapid=”14899″]Press release, Image: US Navy View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: fleet US 7th Fleet Promotes Stability and Security in 2014 View post tag: 2014 View post tag: Security View post tag: americas View post tag: US Share this article
In today’s challenging trading environment, simply meeting customers’ expectations is not enough – we need to surpass them,” says John Lindsay, who is country manager and business unit director at BakeMark UK.This is why the company is once again proud to sponsor The Customer Focus Award, which aims to find the most customer-orientated bakery businesses in the country. Open to bakeries of all sizes, including craft, in-store bakeries and industrial manufacturers, the award recognises those companies that take customer service and support to a new level. It is not necessary to be a BakeMark UK customer to enter this award.Lindsay states that he expects the independent judges to be looking for companies that have an excellent understanding of their customers’ needs and requirements, and are willing to go the extra mile to satisfy them. Swift solutions to their customers’ problems or adapting to issues that might arise are important requirements for businesses that take customer support seriously.Successful entries should be backed up by examples of excellent customer service. This could be researching customers’ markets to come up with new products and services, making improvements to staff training or regular customer feedback questionnaires, which are used to develop the business. Whatever approach you take to putting the customer first, BakeMark UK wants to hear about it.”This award recognises the huge effort made by all types of bakery companies to find new ways of improving levels of customer service. As a company that strives to provide its customers with the best service possible, BakeMark is aware how important it is to exceed expectations,” he says. “We are constantly looking at new ways to provide bakery solutions for our customers; updating and developing key lines to move with the market and help our customers stay one step ahead.”For all those who do the same and would welcome recognition of their efforts, the Customer Focus Award is the award for you.”Based in the Wirral, BakeMark UK, part of the CSM global bakery supplies business, provides confectionery, bread ingredients and frozen bakery products to the bakery and foodservice industries in the UK & Ireland.—-=== Michele Young, retail and brands director of last year’s winner BB’s Coffee and Muffins ===”Winning the award was a great achievement for all the teams working for BB’s across the country. We make products on-site at 187 stores, so this award was great recognition for the work that our cafés do every single day. It also highlighted the amount of effort we put into product development.”We were absolutely delighted to win because we were up against such tough competition and will definitely enter other categories at this year’s awards. It’s great publicity for the company. We have merchandising on the counters of all our stores, highlighting the fact that we have been recognised for our customer focus.”
Hey, big spenders, you may be able to spend a little time with two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster on Broadway! According to the New York Post, Sweet Charity could transfer to the Main Stem’s Circle in the Square Theatre in fall 2017. The New Group’s revival is currently in previews at The Pershing Square Signature Center and is scheduled to officially open on November 20.Directed by Leigh Silverman and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse, the cast includes Foster as Charity Hope Valentine, along with Yesenia Ayala, Darius Barnes, James Brown III, Asmeret Ghebremichael, Shuler Hensley, Sasha Hutchings, Donald Jones, Jr., Nikka Graff Lanzarone, Emily Padgett and Joel Perez.Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields and Neil Simon’s musical follows the romantic ups and downs of Charity, an ingenuous dance hall performer in Times Square. The tuner premiered on Broadway in 1966 and was last revived in New York in 2005. Sutton Foster & Shuler Hensley in ‘Sweet Charity'(Photo: Monique Carboni) View Comments
52SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Patti Hazlett As Director of Corporate Communications for the Mountain West Credit Union Association, Patti oversees all aspects of public affairs and communications for the Association and member credit unions. She is … Web: https://mwcua.com Details Every credit union does tremendous work in its community. The efforts are genuine and tied to the mission of credit unions – people helping people. While no credit union engaged in this type of activity is doing it with a goal of self-promotion, there can be some benefit to letting those outside the reach of the credit union know about your work.When credit unions get involved in their community, people benefit. From fundraising to service projects to providing financial education, community members are well served when credit unions are active. For example, a community experiences a natural disaster, such as a fire or a flood. Recovery and relief activities can include a credit union taking donations or coordinating efforts for financial assistance. When those functions are publicized, through media relations and social media promotion, the impact on the fundraising efforts can be strong, increasing the reach and potentially, the amount of money raised to help the community.Another example is when credit unions get involved in efforts to help during things like back to school. Many credit unions are tied to school systems, so it is a natural extension of their mission to help gather school supplies and backpacks for children in their community. When a credit union gets the word out beyond its membership, donations increase, and there is the potential to gain new members. Financial education, a driving principle of a credit union’s purpose, is a strong gateway to the community. When a credit union provides services such as budget planning, financial education and even things like reality fairs – experiencing real-world scenarios like poverty simulations and budgeting for everyday living – it is a way to reach people in the community who may have never heard about a credit union or know what the difference is in having a credit union membership.When a credit union’s community efforts strike a chord with people within that community, a door is opened. There is an opportunity to educate those who may not know what a credit union is, to talk about the benefits of becoming a member of a credit union, to highlight those services within the credit union that could possibly help serve the needs of potential members. Public relations and social media efforts provide simple tools to help get the word out to both your existing membership, as well as others in your community who might resonate with the activity you are promoting. Encouraging members to share your social media posts is a simple way to organically spread the word about your efforts. Working with your Association’s public relations resources can provide you with tools that can get the word out to local media to promote your programs.When credit unions take the time to tell their story, many people benefit.
continue reading » I’m a huge fan of auto-paying my bills.First, I want to protect my credit report.Second, I’m lazy. If I can automate a task, that’s a win.Here’s a great story about one of my utilities.I signed up to pay them automatically each month from my checking account. But there was a rub.Each month, they would send me an email saying a payment was due. But I never could remember if I was on autopayment, so I’d have to dig into the account to confirm. That almost defeated the purpose. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion A Princetown resident and emergency medical physician, Dr. Greer Pomeroy, wanted to provide CPR training at no cost to her neighbors and fellow residents. She knows how important this training can be.When she contacted Mohawk Ambulance to get a price for such a project, Mohawk said that they would provide the training, the equipment, and the course material at no charge.You see, Dr. Pomeroy has trained so many paramedics over the years, Jeff Williams and others at Mohawk wanted to “pay it forward” as a thank you to Dr. Pomeroy. Jeff said that Doc Pomeroy has made an enormous difference by taking a tough stand on paramedics and making sure they knew their stuff before treating people. I know this to be true personally, as Dr. Pomeroy was one of my instructors when I trained to become a paramedic.Out of such great respect for a former teacher, Jeff wanted to honor her by providing her community with free CPR classes. Wow. We don’t see much of that great attitude today — private industry and private citizens working together for the absolute good of the community, neither with any selfish motivation. Kudos.Lots of people in our small country town learned CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and how to operate an automatic external defibrillator (AEG). They were able to do it at zero cost to themselves.Sometimes Princetown is referred to as the “Mayberry of Schenectady County.” I actually like that comparison. Where else does stuff like this happen?Our special thanks to Mohawk Ambulance and the instructors: Jeff Williams, Ed Marchand, Tyler Freemantle, Christina Marilla, Emily Peters, Cole Mathews and Bob Panarese.My wife and I attended one of the three days of training provided by Mohawk. The classes were wonderful, and I have been getting lots of very positive feedback from residents. Thanks again to all.James PavoldiPrincetownThe writer is a town councilman.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Local movie theater operators react to green lightSchenectady County warns of possible COVID-19 exposure at Schenectady restaurant, Rotterdam bar
Huge crowds of Belarusian protesters on Sunday flooded the capital Minsk, urging strongman Alexander Lukashenko to quit power, defying the threat of arrest and a massive deployment of forces.More than 100,000 people are estimated to have taken to the streets of the capital Minsk over the past three weekends and AFP journalists said the crowds in Minsk might have been even larger on Sunday.Troops, water cannon, armored personnel carriers and armored reconnaissance vehicles were deployed to the city center but protesters from all walks of life — from parents with children to students and even priests– rallied in a show of defiance. “I am convinced that protests will continue until we win.”Unprecedented demonstrations broke out after Lukashenko, who has ruled the ex-Soviet state for 26 years, claimed re-election with 80 percent of the vote on August 9.Opposition rival Svetlana Tikhanovskaya says she won the vote but Lukashenko’s security forces have detained thousands of protesters, many of whom accused police of beatings and torture. Several people have died during the crackdown.Tikhanovskaya left Belarus under pressure from authorities and took shelter in EU member Lithuania. ‘Tough nut’ Putin has been keen to unify Russia and Belarus, and Moscow has accompanied its recent offers of military aid with calls for tighter integration. Lukashenko has in the past ruled out outright unification and sought to play Moscow off against the West, but his options are now limited.On Thursday, Lukashenko hosted Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin and said the two countries had managed to agree on issues they “could not agree earlier”.The mustachioed leader said he planned to “dot all the i’s” with Putin in Moscow in the next few weeks.Lukashenko made headlines this week when he claimed that his security forces had intercepted German calls showing that Navalny’s poisoning had been faked.Belarusian state television broadcast the “intercept” in which a Mike in Warsaw and Nick in Berlin discuss Navalny’s materials and call Lukashenko a “tough nut to crack.”Lukashenko also raised eyebrows last month when he brandished an assault rifle and had his 16-year-old son Nikolai appear next to him in a bulletproof vest while also wielding a weapon.Topics : ‘Honest elections’ Belarusians have been demonstrating across the country for nearly a month even though the protest movement lacks a clear leader, with many activists jailed or forced out of the country.On Sunday, the protesters marched towards Lukashenko’s residence at the Independence Palace where they chanted “Tribunal” and “How much are you getting paid?” One protester held a portrait of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny who Germany says has been poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent”Please only live,” said the placard, referring to President Vladimir Putin’s main political rival. Navalny has been in a coma for the past two weeks after he drank what his aides suspect was a cup of poisoned tea in Siberia.”Sasha, have some tea. It’s Putin’s treat,” some protesters chanted, referring to Lukashenko by his diminutive name.Many say they will keep taking to the streets until Lukashenko quits.”Lukashenko must go,” said Nikolai Dyatlov, a 32-year-old protester.Another protester, 40-year-old Anastasia Bazarevich, said: “Half of the village where my grandma lives comes out and protests every night.”Russia has said it will respond to any Western attempts to “sway the situation” and Putin has raised the possibility of sending military support.As demonstrators gradually dispersed later Sunday, images showed hooded men in civilian clothes with batons chasing and beating demonstrators. Around 250 people were arrested nationwide including 175 in Minsk, according to the Viasna rights group.An interior ministry spokesperson refused to confirm the figures.Many protesters held red-and-white flags and placards while a band beat drums and played other instruments. “Despite rain and pressure from the authorities, despite repression, many more people turned up in Minsk than last Sunday,” top opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova told reporters.
4 Waterbury Tce, Idalia“The main bedroom is amazing and it has a really high end, luxe feeling that makes you feel like you’re in a five-star hotel,” he said.“The main living area has huge high ceilings that seem to go on forever with glass louvre windows to let plenty of natural light in.“It’s got one of the best lakeside locations in Idalia and the house is perfectly positioned for morning sun. 4 Waterbury Tce, IdaliaMr Spinella said Idalia was popular with buyers and houses often sold quickly.“Idalia has always maintained its prices even at times when the market has been quieter,” he said. “Properties there transact quite quickly and people are less likely to negotiate in Idalia. We’ve already had more than 30 groups through this house.”4 Waterbury Tce will be open for inspection on Sunday from 10.30am-11am.The auction will be onsite on December 1 at 10.30am.For more information, call Mr Spinella on 0406 664 191. 4 Waterbury Tce, IdaliaMore from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“It was one of the most prestigious homes in the area when it was built.”The house has about 360sq m of under-roof space with a theatre room and oversized bedrooms.The master bedrooms has a 6m long walk-in wardrobe and luxurious ensuite.The dining and kitchen areas flows out on to the sandstone paved patio which connects to an outdoor entertaining area fitted with a barbecue and sound system.It overlooks the pool which has two waterfalls. 4 Waterbury Tce, IdaliaONE of Idalia’s most prestigious houses ideally located next to the lake will be sold at auction.4 Waterbury Tce has attracted plenty of interest since it was listed for sale.The five-bedroom, two- bathroom house with two car accommodation is a former Lamont Constructions display home and has one of Townsville’s best outdoor entertaining areas.Explore Property Townsville co-director Giovanni Spinella said the house would suit a discerning buyer looking for their forever home.
Kaeser noted that although a lot has been done over the past four years, the company is still shaping the “digital transformation of the industry.”Implementation of the Vision 2020 strategic realignment was initiated at the start of the fiscal year that began on October 1, 2014. The core elements are the alignment of the company with theSiemens is focusing on aligning the company with the growth fields of electrification, automation and digitalization, as well as on sharpening of the focus of the company’s portfolio and the implementation of concrete, sustainable measures for enhancing its functional efficiency. Siemens has extended Joe Kaeser’s appointment as the company’s president and CEO ahead of schedule. His term in the office will now extend until the annual shareholders meeting in 2021, Siemens said on Thursday, noting this decision is part of the company’s Vision 2020 strategy program.Speaking of Kaeser’s extension, Siemens’ supervisory board chairman Gerhard Cromme, said, “He’s not only a guarantor of success but also of stability in increasingly turbulent times.”