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first_imgOn Saturday night, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros continued their 2019 winter/spring tour with a performance at Wallingford, CT’s Oakdale Theatre.Following tour-opening performances in Ithaca, NY and Northampton, MA, Bob Weir, Jay Lane, and Don Was kicked things off in Connecticut with “Bertha”. A rendition of Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter favorite “Loser” came next, followed by “Lay My Lily Down” from Weir’s 2016 album of cowboy tunes, Blue Mountain. A pair of Bob Dylan covers followed with “When I Paint My Masterpiece” and “She Belongs to Me” before Weir and his wolf brethren returned to the Grateful Dead catalog to close the set with “West L.A. Fadeaway”, “Corrina”, and “Touch of Grey”.Little Feat‘s “Easy to Slip” got the call in the set two opener slot followed by a breezy “He’s Gone” and a rendition of RatDog‘s “Two Djinn”. Next up was a particularly interesting “Playing In The Band” featuring a jam centered on the Dead’s “Let It Grow”. A number of fan-favorite live Dead tunes followed in succession to wrap up the evening’s second set, as “Going Down the Road Feelin’ Bad” gave way to an emotional “Standing on the Moon” and a “China Cat Sunflower” > “I Know You Rider” finale. Finally, Weir and company returned to the stage for a sing-along “Brokedown Palace” encore.You can watch a selection of videos from Bob Weir and Wolf Bros’ performance at the Oakdale below:Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – “Bertha” [Pro-Shot][Video: nugsnet]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – “When I Paint My Masterpiece [Bob Dylan cover][Video: Brooke Morrill]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – “Easy To Slip” [Little Feat cover, Pro-Shot][Video: nugsnet]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – “He’s Gone”[Video: Brian Sims]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros – “Brokedown Palace”[Video: Matt Frazier]Bob Weir and Wolf Bros tour continues on Monday, March 4th with a performance at Masonic Cleveland in Cleveland, OH. For a full list of upcoming dates, head here.Setlist: Bob Weir and Wolf Bros | Oakdale Theatre | Wallingford, CT | 3/2/19Set One: Bertha, Loser, Lay My Lily Down, When I Paint My Masterpiece, She Belongs to Me, West L.A. Fadeaway, Corrina, Touch of GreySet Two: Easy to Slip, He’s Gone, Two Djinn, Playing In The Band*, Going Down The Road Feelin’ Bad, Standing on the Moon, China Cat Sunflower, I Know You RiderEncore: Brokedown Palace*Featured a “Let It Grow” jamlast_img read more

first_imgClick or tap here to register for the webinar Adam joined Alpro UK & Ireland as sales director in April 2019 and is responsible for managing Alpro’s long-term strategic relationships with customers across the multiple retail, wholesale and convenience, and foodservice channels – offering sales, category and shopper marketing support within the fast-growing plant-based & dairy-free sector. Adam has specialised in health and nutrition throughout his career, previously acting as head of consumer health care for Nestlé Health Science and head of pharmacy for Danone’s Early Life Nutrition business – working to bring health, through food, to as many people as possible in a sustainable way.Katharine Shipley, head of innovation, Delicious Food Team, Co-op Gill was appointed to the role of marketing director at Quorn Foods in May 2020 and is responsible for overseeing all marketing communications and innovation in the UK and Europe. She also has ownership of the overall brand positioning, strategy and design, globally. Gill previously worked as Quorn’s international marketing & innovation director for three years and prior to her career at Quorn Foods, Gill held senior marketing positions at Merlin Entertainments and Kellogg’s.Tesni Steele Jones, consumer insight director, Kantar Katharine Shipley joined Co-op’s Delicious Food Development team in 2015. Her current role as head of innovation sees Katharine lead a team of insight and culinary experts to shape and influence strategic direction using global trends, consumer behaviour and retail insight. Katharine also leads the Co-op Foodology Programme to bring food back to the heart of the business creating advocacy and supportive educational tools for colleagues.Gill Riley, marketing director, Quorn Foods UKcenter_img Part of Kantar’s FMCG team, Tesni is an expert in consumer trends and shopping habits and works with some of the UK’s largest manufacturers. She is a frequent commentator on all things grocery, including the ever-growing plant-based market. Her five years of experience working with Kantar’s impressive data resources means she has a unique view of what sells, when, and why. There’s now just a couple of weeks left to register for The Grocer Vision’s webinar on the next big growth driver of plant-based food.The webinar, hosted in partnership with Alpro, is due to broadcast on 22 October at 11am and will see a panel of expert speakers from grocery retail, dairy-free, meat-free and consumer insights explore the key trends set to shape the category over the next few years.Moderated by freelance writer and editor Julia Glotz, our panel will discuss where the next wave of growth is going to come from, where the gaps in the market are, how Covid-19 has changed shopper demand for plant-based and what the sector needs to do to safeguard the ongoing success of the category.You’ll also get a chance to submit a question to the panel when you register your interest here. So who are they?Adam Womersley, sales director, Alpro UK & Irelandlast_img read more

first_img SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon SIS grows Latin American footprint through Betcris deal August 12, 2020 Related Articles Richard FitzGerald steps down as RMG CEO August 6, 2020 Share Paul Witten, Product Director at SIS, told SBC Magazine how racing events 24/7 are driving additional revenues for operators globally, helped by the appropriate localised approach.Horse racing and greyhound betting events are becoming a key part of the product offer for international operators in a number of new territories, including regions where there has previously been little racing heritage.Both retail and online operators have identified racing betting content as an effective way to provide their customers with an exciting betting experience, which has in turn led to incremental revenues. One of the key drivers in the growth of betting on racing is the frequent, ‘quick-fire’ nature of these betting events. Bettors demand easily accessible content at any time of the day and products such as SIS’s 24/7 Live Betting Channels allow sportsbooks to offer their customers these types of events across all day parts, at times that suit their customers. Tailored contentThe way in which racing betting events are presented to bettors is a key consideration, especially in emerging territories where customers may be less familiar with racing. We have spent a lot of time looking at how our racing content is presented, to ensure it is easy to understand, regardless of customers’ level of racing knowledge. Our channels feature a range of betting prompts and tips on-screen to provide bettors with the confidence to have a bet even if they are new to racing. With our extensive range of markets and prices, operators can also promote markets that will resonate best with their customers and their betting preferences, whether that is Win only markets, forecasts and tricasts or spin and win style derivatives such as odds vs evens.SIS partners closely with our customers to ensure that our products are as successful as possible for operators. We can provide operators with marketing implementation support in-shop and online, working closely with customers to advise the best way to communicate the racing offer in line with customer needs. To support this process, we have created a marketing portal with collateral templates such as easily to understand “How To Bet” guides, alongside helpful hints and tips for enhanced in-shop point of sale featuring content such as top performing jockeys, trainers, traps as well as track stats. We’ve also established an Analytics team that assesses our content performance, which allows us to provide our customers with valuable insight into how best to optimise their offer, including the types of markets to promote to their customers. The “Watch and Bet” formulaPresenting these racing betting events in a “Watch and Bet” format has been effective in helping to encourage bettors to engage with horse racing and greyhounds. With no initial need to place a bet in order to watch live racing, this approach allows bettors to familiarise themselves with racing and the betting markets, as well the ability to engage with the excitement of the live betting product.Allowing bettors to access this live content has proved to be successful for our operator partners internationally, creating encouraging growth in acquisition and retention levels. One of our customers in Eastern Europe introduced new international horse racing content via the Watch and Bet model, which has led to a 50% increase in revenue. In addition, a major UK bookmaker customer has already seen a double digit increase in racing turnover since migrating to Watch and Bet.Proven expertise in deliveryWith over 30 years’ experience in providing betting services to the industry, SIS is the leading supplier for operators looking to offer their customers regular racing betting opportunities throughout the day, 24/7. Thanks to our market-leading international racing offer, SIS’s 24/7 Live Betting Channels can now deliver a betting opportunity every three minutes – translating to approximately 175,200 races a year. We offer operators a truly end-to-end solution, which includes live streamed pictures, data, commentary, on-screen graphics with betting triggers, prices and derivatives.Additionally, by employing our Complex Automated Production (CAP) service, SIS can now create bespoke channels for different operators across regions, to cater for the varying needs of bettors in each territory.Click HERE to download the full magazine featuring exclusive interviews with Superbet CEO Johnny Hartnett, theScore CEO John Levy, Microgaming CEO John Coleman and Swintt CEO David Flynn.last_img read more

Man City break Sh66 billion income barrier

January 6, 2020 | shgcmyqk | No Comments

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has overseen a transformation in the club’s fortunes on and off the field © AFP / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 13 – English champions Manchester City posted record revenues of Sh66 billion (£500.5 million) in a record-breaking 2017/18 campaign on the pitch as Pep Guardiola’s men romped to the Premier League title amassing 100 points.City reported profits of £10.4million, a fourth consecutive year of profitability, with wages to revenue ratio falling to 52 percent. “Our journey is not complete and we have more targets to fulfil,” said chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak, who recently celebrated a decade since an Abu Dhabi-backed takeover of the club transformed City’s fortunes.“There should be no doubt that we are looking forward to the challenges of the new season and those beyond it with equal commitment and determination to the 10 seasons that came before.”Before Sheikh Mansour’s takeover, City’s revenue was a mere £87 million for the 2007/08 season.Huge losses of over £584 million followed during the first six years of their ownership due to massive investment in the playing squad and facilities, including the £200 million Etihad Campus training ground.However, surging television revenues, commercial sponsors and regular Champions League football mean that City now trail only local rivals Manchester United and European powerhouses Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich for income, according to football finance specialists Deloitte.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more