first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr This post is currently collecting data… This is placeholder text continue reading »center_img For many of us, working from home has taken its toll during 2020, and 8 months down the line the lack of social interaction has had a negative impact no our mental health. Even for those that usually work from home, the inability to join clients or colleagues for in-person meetings and lack of social support has been difficult. The constant need to ‘stay safe’ and social distancing has us all on edge, and this has a negative impact on our mental wellbeing.So, it’s time to learn to look after and really focus on our mental health. That’s where mindfulness comes in. Mindfulness is about learning to pay attention to our experience right here, right now, rather than dwelling on the past or catastrophising about the future.Mindfulness is an experiential activity and so unfortunately you can’t just read about it to get the many benefits… you have to practice.So, to kick off, here’s a simple practice counting your breath. Focusing the attention on your breath will help bring you to the present moment and slow down the frantic mind, reducing adrenaline levels.last_img read more

first_imgThe award ceremony “Marco Polo – famous travel writer” for the best journalistic tourist stories, which is presented for the seventh time, was held in the packed Great Hall of the Journalists’ House organized by FIJET Croatia (International Federation of Tourist Journalists) and the Association of Tourist Journalists HND.The first award “Marco Polo – travel writer of the year” was equally shared by Ivo Pervan for the photographic travelogue “Divota Biokova through the eye of the camera” and Miro Brankovic for the HRT TV series “In search of Marco Polo”, while among foreign journalists awarded the Spanish Maria del Mar Aguilo for the report “Moscow – Symphony of Colors”, published in the online magazine for tourism and gastronomy Coloralia.Receiving recognition for a photographic travelogue about the beauties and peculiarities of Biokovo, Pervan pointed out that the award belongs not only to him, but to a large number of people who work in photography in Croatia. “I have been all over the world and I can say that we live in one of the most beautiful countries, but also that it is nowhere harder to do photography than in Croatia. But, well, we won’t spread it further. ” He said Pervan called on journalists to write critically about the people who run Croatian tourism, because that is the only way it can progress, recalling the XNUMXs when the preconditions were created for today’s high numbers achieved by this segment of the economy.Davor Rostuhar won the second prize for outstanding contribution to the affirmation of travelogues and tourist journalism, and Tomislav Šikić, Slobodan Bukvić and Andrea Pisac Freškura won the third prize, while Paul Bradbury received the award for the best report on Zagreb on Advent 2016. Anita Žuvela Hitrec received a special award from FIJET for the exceptional use of media communication technologies in the promotion of Croatian tourism, and special awards were given to HRT’s show “Lijepom našom” and its editor Branko Uvodić, “Tourist Patrol” section of Večernji list, Dagmar Meneghello for his contribution to the affirmation of Croatian cultural tourism, as well as Eduard Kišić from HRT on the occasion of his retirement, the mentioned president of FIJET Tijani Haddad and posthumously Frane Erceg.Our award is intended to encourage local journalists to travel, stories about Croatian regions, people, customs and traditions, which will be an incentive for tourism professionals for new content, tourist offer or motive for tourists, or media promotion of new tourist products and content point out from FIJET “At the same time, we want to encourage journalists to focus more on getting to know their country, especially small undiscovered interesting destinations, affirming their own values. Croatia is a small country with many peculiarities, and among the few in the world that has so much diversity in such a small area. this award, named after the world’s first travel writer Marco Polo, in addition to popularizing the specific form of journalism, contribute to new generations of tourist journalists with their journalistic contributions give their authorial contribution to the basic idea of ​​establishing the award – affirmation of what we can offer to the world.”Pointed out Tina Eterović Čubrilo, president of FIJET HR and vice president of FIJET and added that in this way they want to affirm this specific form of journalism, develop tourism through interesting stories, myths, legends about certain tourist destinations that will attract tourists. I would like to congratulate the HrTurizam.hr portal on all nominated and awarded fellow journalists.Source: HND HND President Saša Leković warned that the role of journalists is still crucial, regardless of technological progress, praising FIJET, which rewards reportage as a form of journalism that has almost disappeared in Croatia, while Karin Mimica, president of the HND Tourist Journalists’ Association, thanked colleagues who with their texts allow us to experience those places we have never been.Awarded MARKO POLO – famous travel writercenter_img At the suggestion of FIJET, the award to foreign journalists, selected on the basis of published reports on Russia, is givenMARIA DEL MAR AGUILO BRERASpanish journalist zFor a report published in the digital magazine for tourism and gastronomy CLORALIA”MOSCOW SYMPHONY OF COLORS”The first MARKO POLO award for domestic travelogues is shared equallyIvo PERVAN and Miro BRANKOVIĆIVO PERVANFOR THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHIC TRAVEL BOOKRepeatedly exhibited and publishedMIRO BRANKOVIĆFOR A TRAVEL TV SERIES IN SEARCH OF MARK POLII. REWARDDAVOR ROSTUHARfor outstanding contribution to the affirmation of travelogues and tourism journalism awardedIII. REWARDshare equallyTomislav ŠIKIĆ, Slobodan BUKVIĆ, ANDREA WRITER FREŠKURAfor his contribution to the affirmation of travelogues and tourist journalismSPECIAL RECOGNITION OF FIJETAANITA ŽUVELA HITRECFor exceptional use of media communication technologies in the promotion of Croatian tourismAward for the best report about ZagrebPAUL BRADBURYfor the best report on Zagreb’s Advent 2016SPECIAL AWARDSThe HRT show BEAUTIFUL OUROne of the most watched television shows that promotes the tradition and heritage of CroatiaTOURIST PATROL OF VECERNJI LISTFor his long-term contribution to the popularization and affirmation of tourist journalism, and the promotion of Croatian tourismBranko UVODIĆ, Long-time editor of the show Lijepa naša to promote the tradition and heritage of CroatiaDAGMAR MENGHELLOFor his contribution to the affirmation of Croatian cultural tourismSPECIAL AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONSEDUARD KIŠIĆ, HRTOn the occasion of retirement for an exceptional contribution to the media promotion of FIJETTIJANI HADDADExtraordinary contribution to the development and promotion of activities and media projects Fijet CroatiaPOST-DEATHFRANI ERCEGUFOR A GREAT CONTRIBUTION TO THE AFFIRMATION OF TOURIST JOURNALISM AND FIJET ACTIVITIESlast_img read more

first_imgUS Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Saturday a UN Human Rights Council vote condemning racism amounted to hypocrisy.Pompeo defended the recent discussion on race relations in America as a sign of a healthy democracy, and said the council should focus on what he called systemic racial disparities in member countries such as Cuba and China.”The council’s decision to vote yesterday on a resolution focusing on policing and race in the US marks a new low,” Pompeo said in a statement. The council took the vote after a debate prompted by protests in the US triggered by the death at police hands of African American George Floyd. However, a specific mention of racism and police brutality in the US was removed.This sparked outrage from rights groups, which accused Washington and its allies of lobbying heavily to revise the text — a charge to which the US mission in Geneva declined to respond.The United States, which had complained of being singled out in the initial text, withdrew from the council in 2018 and was not present on Friday.In his statement Saturday, titled “On the Hypocrisy of UN Human Rights Council,” Pompeo said discussion in the US about race following the death of Floyd “is a sign of our democracy’s strength and maturity.””If the Council were serious about protecting human rights, there are plenty of legitimate needs for its attention, such as the systemic racial disparities in places like Cuba, China and Iran,” he said.”If the Council were honest, it would recognize the strengths of American democracy and urge authoritarian regimes around the world to model American democracy and to hold their nations to the same high standards of accountability and transparency that we Americans apply to ourselves,” Pompeo added.Topics :last_img read more

first_imgDemand for Brisbane’s premium CBD apartment market remains strong thanks to owner occupiers securing large high-end apartments, close to amenity.Brisbane’s inner city has emerged as a two-tier apartment market, according to a new report by Urbis, revealing that investor stock in existing projects has been slower to sell – while apartments with bigger floorplans were enticing owner occupiers.Inner Brisbane is a precinct undergoing significant change, firmly being driven by investment into transport, tourism and urban precinct infrastructure. The ongoing recognition of Brisbane as a liveable and vibrant city continues to promote the city’s popularity among existing and future residents.These factors, coupled with growing employment opportunities, are likely to support ongoing demand for quality, well-located apartments.Brisbane’s owner occupiers are intent on securing high-end, large apartments that are close to amenity.The report found that the number of larger apartments sold has been increasing over time, with the most recent quarter seeing 40 sales for larger apartments, equating to 29% of all sales.In the last quarter of 2018, most precincts recorded fairly stable price points, with the largest increases in the Brisbane CBD and inner east. Both precincts saw an increase in the number of sales of luxury projects and penthouse apartments.The new riverside project, 443 Queen Street developed by Cbus Property, is significantly boosting the average apartment price in the CBD – selling 13 apartments over the quarter.Cbus Property CEO Adrian Pozzo notes that following the sale of the Penthouse in mid 2018, enquiry has continued to be strong for ‘house sized’ luxury CBD apartments in 443 Queen Street.Buyers have the chance to purchase multiple apartments and amalgamate them to create super-apartments.“Our apartments are large, many are 40 per cent to 50 per cent larger than most typical apartments. Furthermore, we have identified a few more opportunities in the building where an existing four-bedroom apartment could be combined with the planned neighbouring two-bedroom apartment to create a huge 309sqm super-apartment with three parking spaces.“As the building is now well under construction, due for completion in late 2020, only a few opportunities remain for new buyers to secure one of an extremely limited number of luxury super-apartments, to be known as the Home Collection,” Pozzo says.The project, described as Australia’s first subtropical-designed building, has been designed to “live, breathe and respond’’ to Brisbane’s climate. The best elements of a typical Queenslander home form the foundation of its Home Collection, which have verandahs and gardens high in the sky.The apartments are designed with an impressive sense of space.“Boasting house-like proportions throughout, it is exceedingly rare to find apartments of such an amazing size and scope. There is a remarkable sense of freedom and movement, which is something not often associated with inner-city living,” says Pozzo.The Home Collection apartments have no neighbours and sit on their own wing in the building, with an unprecedented 70 lineal metre external facing frontage, which has been designed by internationally renowned, award-winning architects, WOHA and Architectus.The design means the building will use significantly less energy than conventional residential buildings.Elizabeth Watson Brown from Architectus says the design would allow residents to open and close to the elements as they wished.“This is the type of development Brisbane is unlikely to see again in the near future,” she says.“443 Queen Street is a collection of sustainable resort-style homes, unprecedented and undeniably without comparison within an Australian CBD. We applied all the things we would use to design homes in Brisbane – large, open floorplans, operable facades on two, three and four sides to maximise natural light and ventilation.“The size and shape of each apartment means there is double the light and ventilation, met with extensive greenery integrated into every level.”“The aim was to redefine what subtropical living feels like, and we think we’ve achieved that. It’s not so much an apartment building as a vertical neighbourhood.”The central location is a drawcard for many owner occupiers.Occupying the most coveted riverfront position in Brisbane, 443 Queen Street delivers an unrivalled degree of amenity and convenience. Within walking distance to the Queen Street Mall and its offering of high-end shopping and fine dining; to the north is New Farm, while the newly finished Howard Smith Wharves precinct is less than five minutes’ walk away.It will have a 1500sqm recreation deck, a poolside dining room with private kitchen, a barbecue area, private cabanas and a 25m saltwater infinity pool.All renders supplied are courtesy of Cbus Property.last_img read more

first_img*Alimodian and Leon in the 2nd District Governmenttroops and rebels clashed in Miag-ao on Sept. 20 and Sept. 23, and in Igbarason Sept. 25. *Passi City in the 4th District Therebels belonged to the Suyak Platoon, Southern Front, Komiteng Rehiyon Panayled by Joven Ceralvo alias Lex, said Pancito. *Calinog, Maasin, Bingawan, Janiuay, Lambunao, and Badiangan in the 3rd District “Allpolice units have been instructed to fully guard their stations. Policemen werealso ordered to carry long and short firearms and be ready to engage the rebelsif attacked,” said Police Captain Antonio Monreal, IPPO spokesperson. Accordingto Lieutenant Colonel Joel Benedict Batara, commander ofthe 61IB, the repelled rebels would have attackedCentury Peak Energy Corp.’shydropower plant in the area.    OnSept. 23, 15 armed men clashed with soldiers in Barangay Ongyod, Miag-aoat around 8 a.m. OnSept. 25 10 rebels exchanged fire with the Army’s 61st Infantry Battalion(61IB) troops in Barangay Igcabugao, Igbaras at around 8 a.m. There wereno casualties or injuries. “TheMaasin harassment was a diversionary tactics of the rebels. They did not knowwe have more soldiers in Miag-ao ready to engage them,” said Captain CenonPancito III, spokesperson of the Philippine Army’s 3rd Infantry Division. Anhour before the encounter, rebels fired shots at the detachment of the CitizensArmed Force Geographical Unit in Sitio Sambag, Barangay Dagami, Maasin town.There were no casualties or injuries. *Guimbal, Miag-ao, Tubungan, Igbaras, and San Joaquin in the 1st District “Thisgroup is hampering not only development projects in the area but also thepeople’s peaceful lives,” said Batara. * SanRafael and Lemery in the 5th District Onerebel died (Vincent Yuvero, 20, of Barangay To-og, Miag-ao) and one soldier waswounded (Sergeant Janny Labrador). Ofparticular concern to the IPPO are 16 towns considered rebel-infested. Theseare the following: ILOILO– Following three successive clashes between Philippine Army troops and NewPeople’s Army (NPA) rebels in Miag-ao and Igbaras towns in less than a week,the Iloilo Police Provincial Office (IPPO) put on alert all police stations. PoliceColonel Roland Vilela, IPPO director, also directed police stations tostrengthen their barangay intelligence network. The goal is to monitor therebels’ movement and preempt attacks. OnSept. 20 government troops and some 15 rebels clashed in the same village./PNlast_img read more

first_imgRob Kearney believes Ireland’s big Test rivals tipping Joe Schmidt’s men for World Cup glory is little more than a phoney war. Press Association Kearney has warned supporters not to believe the hype surrounding the double RBS 6 Nations winners despite high-profile observers backing Ireland to lift the World Cup. Former Australia boss Robbie Deans is the latest rugby personality to tip Ireland for the World Cup, but Leinster full-back Kearney believes some eight countries could yet steal the title. “For the next few months all of these media interviews are going to be dominated by people saying ‘no, you’re going to win it, no, you’re going to win it’,” said Kearney. “No one wants to win it! “No one wants to say that at the minute. “So there has been a huge amount of chat about the Irish team, probably because we are back-to-back winners of the Six Nations. “Every team wants to win it. “Of course we talk about winning it, and every team will. “There are seven or eight teams there that will tell you that on our day if they perform to the best of their ability they can beat any team in the world. “And without doubt there are seven or eight teams who will tell you that.” Kearney moved to temper the rising mood of expectation that has swelled since Kiwi boss Schmidt has overseen Ireland’s consecutive Six Nations title wins. The 30-year-old insisted Ireland have pushed their luck at times during two highly-fruitful years under Schmidt. “We have been so lucky to win those two Six Nations, they have happened on points difference and a lot of things went our way on the two final days,” said Kearney. “We could easily have found ourselves in second or third. “The problem we have is trying to manage expectations a little. “The Irish think ‘back-to-back Six Nations, we are the best in the world now’. “Sadly, that’s not the case. “We can’t really control those expectations: we just have to make sure we have good levels of humility about us. “There’s managing expectations then there’s reality checks as well, like our defeat in Wales this year. “Hopefully we can stay focused by a combination of both.” Ireland captain Paul O’Connell is primed to complete a two-year deal with Toulon in the coming days, to leave Munster after the World Cup. Leinster stalwart Kearney admitted every Ireland player would back O’Connell for a last hurrah in France. “I think if anyone deserves it, he does,” said Kearney, speaking at a Dove Men event at Twickenham. “He’s given so much to the Irish game, to Munster, if he did want a life change and to take his wife and two kids away and to live a different culture, I don’t think there’s one person in the whole of Ireland who could begrudge him that. “And certainly from a player’s perspective, I’m sure I speak on all the players’ behalf when I say that he thoroughly deserves it. “And it if was to happen, no one would begrudge him that.” :: Dove Men+Care is proud to be an official tournament supplier of Rugby World Cup. For your chance to win tickets #scrumtogether on @dovemen last_img read more

first_imgIn a memo sent to league office staffers, Goodell also said no employee earning a base salary of less than $100,000 will be affected by these reductions, and no employee’s salary will be reduced below $100,000 by the reductions.The NFL continues to plan for a release of the regular-season schedule some time during the first full week of May. And for now, the league continues to aim for an on-time start for the season. Financial impacts of the coronavirus have reached the NFL in form of pay cuts and furloughs.According to a memo issued to league employees, NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, has given up his salary temporarily.Goodell reduced his $40 million annual salary to $0 earlier this month.The league is also implementing reductions in base salary for league staffers beginning with the pay period ending May 22. The reduction will be 5% for workers up to the manager’s level, 7% for directors, 10% for vice presidents, 12% for senior vice presidents, and 15% for executive vice presidents.Some staffers will also be asked to take furloughs.last_img read more

first_img Latest posts by admin (see all) admin This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Latest Posts Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 BATH — In his first year of competition, Kyle Adams of the Springers’ Gymnastics Center boys’ team finished as top all-around gymnast for ages 10-11 in Level 4 at Sunday’s state championship meet at the Bath YMCA. Adams also placed first on the pommel horse, parallel bars and horizontal bar, helping the Springers’ team to the Level 4 state title with a combined score of 244.9 points. In only its second year of competition, the seven-member Springers’ team improved from last year’s third place finish to the top spot, besting teams from the Maine Academy (239) and the Mount Desert Island YMCA (230.6). For more details pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Bio House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015last_img read more

first_imgIt’s Thursday morning and USC Cycling Club Race Director Karl Tingwald is a man on a mission. He drives up to the corner of Hayden Avenue and Stellar Drive, located in the heart of suddenly-hip Culver City, and explains that what used to be a section of burned-out, abandoned warehouses has now become a hub of fresh, sometimes offbeat businesses.Photo courtesy of Sheldon K. SmithBut that’s not what Tingwald sees today. In the streets that wind between these businesses, he sees a cycling course, which needs to be set up for Sunday’s race.“I got 250 of these suckers,” he says, pointing out a box of ‘No Parking/Tow Away’ signs to a group of fellow club cyclists. “Make sure to hit every telephone pole, signpost, fence — we don’t want people pissed.”Hands converge on the signs and a big roll of twine (“Home Depot was out of wire,” Tingwald says with a shrug), and the cyclists depart on foot to tackle the task of making sure cars don’t park on the race course.It would be a pretty ordinary pre-race day setup, but this stands as an unprecedented moment: Sunday’s race is the first USC Cycling has ever hosted. To do so, the team has cherry-picked 0.6 miles of prime territory in Culver City and has invested thousands of dollars to hold the event, which will draw hundreds of racers from Southern California and beyond.The timing of the race falls perfectly in line with the growth of the team’s competitiveness — the team’s president, sophomore John Tomlinson, is the top-ranked male cyclist in the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference, the biggest collegiate cycling conference in the nation. The team is also knocking on the No. 1 position in the ‘national’s team omnium’ category (comprising riders in the ‘A’ category, the fastest group in college cycling) and sits at No. 4 in the overall team category, according to the WCCC.The cycling team’s history has been an inconsistent one, with the club functioning on-and-off since the ’70s; the current iteration of the club has existed since 2002. But though the team lacks the sheer size and presence of more-established cycling teams such as those from UC Davis or Stanford, its performance has been on an upswing.Whether the team will be able to sustain this rise is unclear.Tomlinson says most collegiate clubs — including USC’s — suffer from recruiting difficulties.“Every school struggles with finding talent for cycling,” he says. “It’s usually a four-year cycle of being good and then worse. Schools like Davis have coaches, which helps to keep consistency. We don’t have that.”For now, the team appears to be in good shape. Much of the credit goes to the intensive practice regimens the club’s top racers participate in, often logging 20 to 30 hours a week in the saddle. The usual path takes club members to Santa Monica Beach, where the path diverges dramatically.Less-experienced riders turn around and head back to USC, a trek of about 30 miles that takes around two hours to complete. Meanwhile, more-experienced racers head up to the Santa Monica Mountains to tackle some climbs on mountain roads.These journeys can rack up 70 to 100-plus miles on any given day, taking four to six hours to complete. Though difficult, it’s an experience that can bring a unique sense of liberty in what can be a dangerously stale collegiate schedule.“The experience is kind of hard to describe, but it’s an intense feeling of freedom — you go out and ride and bring yourself in, just your body on a bicycle,” Tingwald says. “Combined with the incredible views and being out in nature, it’s awesome.”That rush, Tingwald notes, flies back in full force in racing situations. The irony, of course, is that the process of setting up a race is anything but a rush. The primary problem? Money: Both in how to earn it and how to spend it.Fundraising can be tricky, and the team primarily lives off the support of sponsors. Helms Bakery and Intelligentsia Coffee comprise the biggest sponsors this year, but it’s not a stable arrangement.“Sponsors often change each year,” Tingwald says. “The whole Trojan Family thing is huge when we try to find people to help support us financially. That, and personal connections — John [Tomlinson] knows the Intelligentsia Coffee owner, for instance.”Much of the team’s other revenue comes from the sale of uniform “kits,” which include the team uniform and goodies from sponsors. While they’re popular with alumni and non-team members, the number of kits sold varies each year. Last year, the team struggled financially when rain hampered sales of the kits at Homecoming, one of the most popular sales opportunities.“We were really scraping the barrel near the end of that season because of that,” Tingwald says.The fact that the team receives little funding from the university itself also compounds investing into projects such as hosting races. Some collegiate cycling clubs receive upwards of $10,000 from their universities, according to Tingwald; the USC Recreational Club Council gives the cycling club far less — about $2,500 to $3,000 a year.That makes hosting races a bit of a paradox: Though it can cost several thousand dollars to host a race, the race fees can help to raise money. From every $20 paid per racer, the club takes in $16; $3 goes to USA Cycling for insurance and $1 goes to the WCCC. Regardless, hosting races takes up precious resources and enormous amounts of time: The team began planning the race a year ago, dealing with city government and national cycling organizations to ensure everything came together logistically.Meanwhile, the club had to dig deep into its pockets to pay for the event’s personnel, including police officers, traffic control contractors, USA Cycling  referees and city officials.With the race costing about $7,000, Tingwald admits the club will probably lose money, but hopes that it will raise the team’s profile.“It’s a natural step for us, for marketing and to have a presence,” Tomlinson explained. “USC, for the longest time, didn’t have any presence in the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference.”Tomlinson wants the club to find more opportunities for funding, as the team doesn’t benefit from athletic scholarships in the way varsity sports do (few universities, in fact, have varsity cycling). Instead, he hopes USC will one day create an academic scholarship for serious cyclists. And staying independent of the university’s varsity sports program comes with advantages, chiefly that the club can host cyclists of all levels and competitive aspirations.“It’s pretty low-key, and it’s as intense as you want it to be. You can come on team rides for free, even — the problem is that people don’t know about the club at all,” says club member and graduate student Nick Guggemos.Perhaps Sunday’s race will bolster the inflow of interested cyclists to the club. But beyond that, the team members can’t overstate the race’s broad significance.“We really feel like we’ve made it by hosting our first race,” Tingwald says. “It’s a big step toward establishing a legacy for our school and our team. And we’ve done it ourselves.”last_img read more

first_img Oslo-listed Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) has announced the launch of new German-language online sportsbook Wetten.com delivered through its industry platform subsidiary iGaming Cloud.Wetten.com becomes the first betting operator to be launched on the iGaming Cloud platform, utilising GIG groups Malta Class 4 Remote Gaming License.GIG’s Wetten.com partnership has seen the company partner with German sports betting industry veterans Daniel Bradtke (Wetten CEO) and Gabriel Vollmann (Wetten COO), who will lead the new brand’s growth and strategy initiatives as Wetten seeks significant growth in the markets in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.Bringing Wetten.com to market,  Bradtke and Vollmann who have over 25-years’ experience in German betting and gaming, stated that early stage Wetten.com goals were to convince a demanding German digital consumer of the new brands trusted reliability, simplicity and excellent service.As Wetten CEO Daniel Bradtke commented on Wetten.com’slaunch: “Wetten.com aims at a specific target group in the German speaking markets  who appreciate integrity, transparency and most of all a great user experience…So one could truly say: Wetten.com is “Wetten made in Germany”. Related Articles Submit Share Share Mateusz Juroszek – Non-stop STS will expand amid industry disruptions August 12, 2020 StumbleUpon Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020last_img read more