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    DGAP-News: KION GROUP AG / Key word(s): Change of Personnel

    26.09.2018 / 12:24
    The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

    *CTO Eike Böhm to serve a further term on the Executive Board of KION GROUP AG *

    - *Chairman of the Supervisory Board John Feldmann: "Eike Böhm will continue to play a key role in strengthening the competitiveness of the Group."*Frankfurt, September 26, 2018 - It has been confirmed that Eike Böhm (56) will serve for a further three years on the Executive Board of KION GROUP AG. The Supervisory Board decided on Wednesday to reappoint the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) as one of the five members of the KION Group's executive team. Böhm's second term of appointment will commence on August 1, 2019.

    Eike Böhm, who holds a PhD in Engineering Management, has been a member of the Executive Board of KION GROUP AG since August 1, 2015 and as CTO is responsible for research and development, procurement, quality, and production systems. He had previously served in various international management roles in research and development at Daimler AG, beginning in 1988. Böhm has also been honorary professor in the faculty of automotive engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Esslingen since 2009.

    "Over the past few years, Eike Böhm has very successfully built up an effective global CTO organization that is helping to exploit groupwide synergies and the KION Group's R&D expertise in order to provide optimum customer solutions," said John Feldmann, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of KION GROUP AG. "I am delighted that in the years ahead he will continue to play a key role in strengthening the competitiveness of our Group and its business operations."The Company

    The KION Group is a global leader in industrial trucks, related services and supply chain solutions. Across more than 100 countries worldwide, the KION Group designs, builds and supports logistics solutions that optimize material and information flow within factories, warehouses and distribution centers. The Group is the largest manufacturer of industrial trucks in Europe, the second-largest producer of forklifts globally and a leading provider of warehouse automation.

    The KION Group's world-renowned brands are clear industry leaders. Dematic, the newest addition to the KION Group, is a global leader in automated material handling, providing a comprehensive range of intelligent supply chain and automation solutions. The Linde and STILL brands serve the premium industrial truck segment. Baoli focuses on industrial trucks in the economy segment. Among KION's regional industrial truck brand companies, Fenwick is the largest supplier of material handling products in France, while OM STILL is a market leader in Italy, and OM Voltas is a leading provider of industrial trucks in India.

    With an installed base of more than 1.3 million industrial trucks and over 6,000 installed systems, the KION Group's customer base includes companies in all industries and of all sizes on six continents. The Group has more than 32,000 employees and generated revenue of around EUR7.6 billion in 2017.Disclaimer

    This document and the information contained herein are for information purposes only and do not constitute a prospectus or an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities in the United States or in any other jurisdiction.

    This release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Future results could differ materially from those described in these forward-looking statements due to certain factors, e.g. changes in business, economic and competitive conditions, regulatory reforms, results of technical studies, foreign exchange rate fluctuations, uncertainties in litigation or investigative proceedings, and the availability of financing. We do not undertake any responsibility to update the forward-looking statements in this release.Further information for the media

    Michael Hauger
    Senior Vice President Corporate Communications
    Tel: +49 (0)69 201 107 655
    Mobile: +49 (0)151 1686 5550

    Henrik Hannemann
    Senior Director Media Relations & External Communications
    Tel: +49 (0)69.2 01 10-77 52
    Mobile +49 (0)151 15 88 90 36
    henrik.hannemann@kiongroup.comFurther information for investors

    Dr Karoline Jung-Senssfelder
    Vice President, Head of Investor Relations and M&A
    Tel: +49 (0)69 201 107 450

    Additional features:

    Document title: Press Release_Eike Böhm_New Term CTO_KION_pdf --------------------

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    Language: English
    Company: KION GROUP AG
    Thea-Rasche-Straße 8
    60549 Frankfurt/Main
    Phone: +49 69 20110-0
    ISIN: DE000KGX8881
    WKN: KGX888
    Indices: MDAX
    Listed: Regulated Market in Frankfurt (Prime Standard); Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange
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    Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has threatened to shut mosques and said Islam is 'incompatible with the constitution'. Reported by Al Jazeera 2 hours ago.

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    The Energy Bar Market in Italy 2018-2023 - A $21.38 Billion Market Opportunity: Analysis by Distribution Channel and Geography - DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Italy Energy Bar Market - Segmented by Distribution Channel and Geography - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)" report has been added to's offering. The Italy Energy Bar market is expected to reach USD 21.38 million by 2023, witnessing a stable CAGR over the forecast period. Energy Bar consumption volume in the region surpassed 303 thousand Kg in 2017. Increased preference for health & wellness snacking is the primary driver for t Reported by Business Wire 2 hours ago.

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    According to Jan von Gerich, Research Analyst at Nordea Markets, German bonds are set to dominate ECB buying next year, when the focus shifts from net bond purchases to reinvestments.

    *Key Quotes*

    “Italy should not expect much more help from ECB bond purchases, and the new capital key will hurt Italy further.”

    “The ECB will scale down its monthly bond purchases from EUR 30bn to EUR 15bn at the end of September.”

    “The next point of focus will be the ECB’s reinvestment programme, which will receive increasing focus, as net purchases cease. Close to EUR 200bn of bonds which the Eurosystem holds in its asset purchases programmes will mature in 2019 and will be reinvested. The reinvestment programme is thus quite sizable as well and will have significance for the bond markets.”

    “Both the redemption outlook and the changed capital key will support the German bond market further in 2019 and should act as a buffer against higher yields. Given that Germany is currently running public surpluses and seeing its borrowing needs decline, it is among the last countries that would be in need of a buyer.”

    “Italy, in turn, which is planning increased fiscal spending and with that rising bond issuance needs, will be the biggest relative loser in the ECB’s reinvestments. As a result, the country should not count on the ECB to keep its bond yields in check. More likely, pressure from the Italian bond market in the form of higher government bond yields will probably prevent the Italian government from implementing its most extreme policy plans in the end.” Reported by 1 hour ago.

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    The Portuguese government said on Tuesday (25 September) it had reached an agreement with Spain and France to welcome some of the migrants on board the last private rescue ship in the Mediterranean, after Italy refused to let the vessel dock. Reported by EurActiv 1 hour ago.

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     The West Bengal unit of the BJP Wednesday termed its shutdown in the state as a "complete success" and called it off two hours ahead of the scheduled time.

    The party had called the 12-hour shutdown from 6 am to protest against the killing of two students in a clash over appointment of Urdu teachers at Islampur area in North Dinajpur district on September 20. "As the bandh has been successful, so we have decided to call it off two hours ahead of the scheduled time," BJP state president Dilip Ghosh told reporters. The shutdown was a "complete success" as the people have willing participated and supported it as it was called for genuine reasons, he said.

    "The visuals that we have seen and the reports that we have received from the districts prove that the shutdown was a success," Ghosh added. In some places, members of the ruling TMC tried to foment trouble and had put the blame on innocent BJP workers, he claimed.

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Wednesday alleged that the BJP was behind the killing of the two students in North Dinajpur district and is now trying to derive political mileage out of the issue by calling a bandh.
    She blamed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for trying to disturb peace during its 12-hour shutdown and praised the state administration for "foiling attempts" to disrupt normal life in Bengal. Banerjee, who is in Italy's Milan on an official tour, termed the shutdown as a "complete failure" as the people of Bengal have rejected the "culture of shutdown and bandhs".

    She asked  police  to act as per the law passed by the state Assembly which empowers the administration to seek compensation from political parties for losses and damages during political agitation or shutdown. Attacking the BJP, she said, "They themselves (BJP) have killed two students and now are trying to derive political benefits from it. Why are they mum on farmers' suicides in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan? Why are they mum on the encounter killings in Uttar  Pardesh ?""If you are in politics then you have some responsibility towards the society. Being in politics doesn't mean that you can go  scott  free by unleashing violence," she said.

    The chief minister claimed the attendance in government offices, schools  is  more than 95  per cent . The normal life has not at all been affected in the state. "We are very much opposed to this culture of shutdown and bandh. This culture has ruined Bengal for the last so many years. Now BJP too is trying to follow  this disruptive  politics," she said. The government will not tolerate hooliganism and torching of government and private property. "Who will pay for the buses that  was  torched today? We will ask the police to act as per  law  passed by the assembly where we will seek compensation from those who are responsible for this violence," she said.

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    [USA], Sep 26 (ANI): Italy has officially selected 'Dogman' as its entry for the 'foreign language film' category of the 91st Oscars. Reported by Sify 1 hour ago.

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    In case you hadn’t heard, the Ford Fiesta has been best-seller in the UK for a number of years. Here’s what other European Union countries are buying

    The top ten best-selling cars in the UK are easy to spot; on every street there’s at least one Fiesta, Qashqai, Focus or Golf.

    What is the best-selling car in other countries, though? Find out below which cars the rest of Europe loves as much as the UK loves the Ford Fiesta, measured by market analysts JATO Dynamics:

    *Austria: Volkswagen Golf*


    With no mainstream car manufacturers, Austria’s top-seller can’t be from a domestic manufacturer. 8310 buyers have flocked to the Volkswagen Golf so far this year, while the next two are also VW group big-hitters; the Polo, at 6839, and the Skoda Octavia at 6229.

    *Belgium: Volkswagen Golf*

    The same can be said for Belgium, but clearly being wedged between France and Germany has its effects: the Volkswagen Golf is the most popular car this year, followed by the Renault Clio and Hyundai Tucson. 10,496, 8720 and 8597 have found owners respectively so far this year.

    *Croatia: Skoda Octavia*

    It's all change in Croatia; in 2016, the best-sellers were the Nissan Qashqai and Toyota Yaris, while this year, the Skoda Octavia, Renault Clio and Volkswagen Polo take the top three, with 2466, 2250 and 1712 sales respectively.

    *Czechia: Skoda Octavia*

    No two guesses which carmaker rules supreme here - the Skoda Octavia has sold 18,232 units and the second-best-seller was the Fabia, which has sold 17,757, in fact, half of the country’s top ten best-sellers are Skodas. The Rapid takes third, with 10,214 sold.

    *Denmark: Peugeot 208*

    Peugeot’s only top spot in Europe this year is in Denmark, where 7017 208s found homes so far, while the next best-seller is the Nissan Qashqai, of which 6546 were sold. Trailing in third place was the Volkswagen Golf; 4046 have found homes this year.

    *Estonia: Toyota Avensis*

    Estonia has a proclivity for larger cars, it would seem, as the now out of production Toyota Avensis takes pole position having sold 766 cars, while 738 and 732 units put the ​Skoda Octavia and Renault Clio in second and third place respectively.

    *Finland: Nissan Qashqai*

    Nissan claims another victory in Finland with the Qashqai – 4726 were sold there this year so far. Second place was taken by the former leader - the Skoda Octavia - although nearly 900 fewer (3840) were sold across the year. The Toyota Yaris took third place with 3108 sales.

    *France: Renault Clio*

    Little surprise here; France’s top car across this year is the Renault Clio, and a whopping 83.936 take it right to the top. The Peugeot 208 takes second place, with 68,850 units being sold, while the other French supermini, the Citroën C3, was overtaken last year from third by the Peugeot 3008, with 58,431 sold.

    *Germany: Volkswagen Golf*


    Volkswagen takes back its 1, 2, 3 in Germany, but there's change at third place - the Golf has sold 125,490 cars in the country. It sells so well that the second-place Passat sold less than half this number; 53,512, while the Ford Focus and Tiguan now fight the Volkswagen Polo for third. The Polo wins though, with 51,131, overtaking both.

    *Greece: Toyota Yaris*

    The Toyota Yaris takes the top spot in Greece again, with 4477 cars sold, compared to the second-place Fiat Panda’s 3123 units sold. Third goes to the Volkswagen Polo; 2460 have Greek homes across 2018 so far.

    *Hungary: Suzuki Vitara*

    Hungarian buyers have quite an appetite (sorry) for the Suzuki Vitara, quite probably because it's made there -  the model sold 8371 units there so far this year. Meanwhile, the Skoda Octavia sold 4292 down in second place, and the Opel Astra has sold 3609.

    *Ireland: Hyundai Tucson*

    Hyundai has well and truly taken hold in Ireland; the Tucson was the best-selling car across the Irish sea in 2016 and 2017, and has fended off (just) competition from the Nissan Qashqai, which sold 3899 units this year so far to the Hyundai's 3916. The Volkswagen Golf completes the ever-so-close top three, with 3833 sales.

    *Italy: Fiat Panda*

    Nationalism wins, once again, with Fiat taking two podium spots – the Fiat Panda is the best-selling car so far this year, with 77,809 finding homes. The Fiat 500X, having shifted 38,966, while the 500 was knocked off third by the Renault Clio, on 37,163. It has been a 60/40 split between Fiat Chrysler group cars and other manufacturers in the past, with the Renault Clio, Ford Fiesta, and Volkswagens Polo and Golf in the top ten, too.

    *Latvia: Volkswagen Golf*

    Another win for the Golf – it claims a small victory this year, with 646 sold overall. The Nissan Qashqai - last year's best-seller - came in second, having sold 520 units, while the third-place Toyota RAV4 sold 371. 

    *Lithuania: Fiat 500*

    Fiat’s second pole position came in Lithuania, where the 500 has found 3147 homes, while the Fiat Tipo overtook the 500X and Skoda Octavia last year to become second best-seller, on 1235. The Octavia sunk to fourth, with the Fiat 500X claiming third, at 1131.

    *Luxembourg: Volkswagen Golf*


    It's almost another douze points for the Volkswagen Group from Luxembourg this year; the Volkswagen Golf takes top spot, while the Tiguan took second and the Mercedes-Benz GLC snatched third from the Audi A3 and Renault Clio. Sales were 1606, 929 and 830 respectively.

    *Netherlands: Volkswagen Polo*

    It's all change for the Dutch! The Renault Clio has been ousted from its top spot and into second place - the Volkswagen Polo, Renault Clio and Volkswagen Up now make up the big three, with 11,276, 9790, and 7951 sales. The Ford Fiesta slips off the podium.

    *Norway: Nissan Leaf*

    Surprise! The Volkswagen Golf was the best-selling car in Norway last year, but it's been overtaken by the Nissan Leaf, with 8012 sold. The Golf (bolstered by e-Golf sales) slipped into second place, at 6297. The BMW i3 slipped from second to third place, at 3542. 

    *Poland: Skoda Octavia*


    Skoda took another top two in Poland, with the Octavia and Fabia taking first and second place with the narrowest of margins separating the two; the Octavia taking 14,842 and Fabia taking 13,134 sales in the country. The Opel Astra took third, on 11,645. 

    *Portugal: Renault Clio*

    French and small cars dominate the podium in Portugal, as the Renault Clio sold 10,753 as the country’s best-seller, and the Peugeot 208 and Renault Captur sold 5033 and 4981.

    *Romania: Dacia Logan*

    Dacia took its home market by storm last year, and continues to do so. The Logan and Duster make up 2018's top two, with the former finding homes in 15,779 garages, and the latter parked in 6804. The Sandero took third place with 4176, and the Skoda Octavia slipped off the top three at fourth in the Romanian market.

    *Slovakia: Skoda Fabia*

    The Skoda Fabia took pole position in Slovakia, while its big brother, the Octavia, wasn’t far behind. The Fabia was bought by 3843 Slovakians, and the Octavia was bought by 3331. The Rapid, in third place, sold 2579.

    *Slovenia: Renault Clio*

    The Volkswagen Golf climbed to second in the Slovenian market in 2017, but drops; with 2148 sales evaporating its lead over the now second-place Polo, which sold 2208. First place goes to the Renault Clio, though, with 2708 sales. The Clio is built in Slovenia in facelifted form, which helps it maintain its lead there.

    *Spain: Seat Leon*

    What’s Spanish for ‘quelle surprise’? The Seat Leon and Ibiza take gold and silver in Spain, with 26,158 and 24,152 finding a place in the sun so far this year, and the Ateca's Japanese rival, the Nissan Qashqai, takes third place with 23,829. Surprisingly, though, the rest of the top ten is a healthy mix. 

    *Sweden: Volvo S90/V90*

    There was uproar in 2016 when the Volkswagen Golf took the lead in Sweden’s car market from Volvo, but three Volvos combined took second: the S80, V70 and XC70. Volvo was back on top in 2017, and today, the S90 and V90 are in pole position on 19,069, followed by the S60 and V60, with 12,168 sales, while the Golf takes third on 11,897. The XC60 is pushed down into fourth place.

    *Switzerland: Skoda Octavia*

    With no native carmakers of any large volume, the Swiss buy the Skoda Octavia, Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Tiguan more than any other cars. 5600 have bought an Octavia so far this year, and 4453 and 4012 have bought Golfs and Tiguans.

    *UK: Ford Fiesta*

    The Fiesta is perched atop the lofty list of the UK’s top-sellers, with 67,189 sold this year. 49,692 Volkswagen Golf and 34,910 Nissan Qashqai sales cement second and third places for the best-seller regulars. You can find the rest of the best-seller list here. 

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    The agreement marks the network management software vendor’s expansion into Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway & Sweden

    WATERLOO, Ontario (PRWEB) September 26, 2018

    Auvik’s network management software for managed service providers (MSPs) is now available in Scandinavia, thanks to a new deal with Swedish software distributor Upstream. The agreement, together with another recently signed distribution deal for Italy, marks Auvik’s entry into international distribution.

    With Upstream’s distribution network in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and its native Sweden, more European MSPs will learn about the opportunity to grow their businesses with proactive managed network services. Earlier this year, Auvik opened its head office for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) in Milton Keynes, UK, and hired EMEA managing director Scott Tyson.

    “Upstream is focused on proactive and efficient IT operations, which aligns perfectly with Auvik’s commitment to helping European MSPs simplify the complexity of network management,” said Scott Tyson, Auvik’s managing director, EMEA. “Collaborating with an innovative company like Upstream means MSPs in Scandinavia now have access to a cost-effective, automated alternative to manual network management.”

    Auvik is Upstream’s premier network management vendor. “Auvik’s ease of use and multi-client capabilities bring proactive network visibility and management to the MSP toolset,” said Patrik Erladsson, CEO of Upstream. “With their month-to-month subscription and pay-as-you-grow model, Auvik’s network management system will help Scandinavian MSPs offer reliable managed network services for their clients.”

    About Auvik Networks
    Auvik’s cloud-based software simplifies and automates network monitoring and management for IT managed service providers. Auvik gives MSPs better visibility, documentation, and monitoring for their client networks, and automates many time-consuming network tasks. With Auvik, MSPs have an efficient and profitable way to manage their client networks. Visit or follow @AuvikNetworks on Twitter. Auvik is a registered trademark of Auvik Networks Inc.

    Media contact
    Sarah Cunningham-Scharf
    Marketing Content Specialist
    519-804-4700 x194 Reported by PRWeb 39 minutes ago.

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    Milan-based Achab will resell the company’s network management system

    WATERLOO, Ontario (PRWEB) September 26, 2018

    Auvik’s network management software for managed service providers (MSPs) is now available in Italy, thanks to a new deal with Italian software distributor Achab. The agreement, together with another recently signed distribution deal for Scandinavia, marks Auvik’s entry into international distribution.

    Earlier this year, Auvik opened its head office for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) in Milton Keynes, UK, and hired EMEA managing director Scott Tyson. Achab will be instrumental in helping Italian MSPs learn about the opportunity to partner with Auvik to provide complete managed network services to their clients.

    Auvik will be Achab’s preferred network management vendor. “At Achab, we’re always on the lookout for solutions that help Italian MSPs improve the quality of their services and increase their bottom line,” said Achab CEO Andrea Veca. “Networks have typically been an unprofitable headache for MSPs, but Auvik has automated and simplified the complexity of network management. Now MSPs can stop spending hours on manual network tasks and improve their technician productivity and profits.”

    In addition to reselling the cloud-based software, Achab will provide customer service to Italian partners to ensure they have the resources and support they need to be successful.

    “We recognize the emphasis Italian MSPs place on providing outstanding service, and Achab has a track record of bringing great MSP software and tools to the Italian market,” said Scott Tyson, Auvik’s managing director, EMEA. “Our collaboration—in addition to reflecting Auvik’s investment in the EMEA region—makes it possible for Italian MSPs to incorporate efficient, cost-effective network management into their service offerings.”

    About Auvik Networks
    Auvik’s cloud-based software simplifies and automates network monitoring and management for IT managed service providers. Auvik gives MSPs better visibility, documentation, and monitoring for their client networks, and automates many time-consuming network tasks. With Auvik, MSPs have an efficient and profitable way to manage their client networks. Visit or follow @AuvikNetworks on Twitter. Auvik is a registered trademark of Auvik Networks Inc.

    Media contact
    Sarah Cunningham-Scharf
    Marketing Content Specialist
    sarah(at) Reported by PRWeb 39 minutes ago.

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    MILAN (AP) — Italy’s economy minister says the first budget of the new Italian government will include a basic income scheme sought by one of the governing parties, the 5-Star Movement. Giovanni Tria said Wednesday that the scheme would “help manage the social consequences of the transformation process of production.” Tria, who is unaffiliated with […] Reported by Seattle Times 28 minutes ago.

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    MILAN (AP) — Italy's economy minister says the first budget of the new Italian government will include a basic income scheme sought by one of the governing parties, the 5-Star Movement.Giovanni Tria said Wednesday that the scheme... Reported by New Zealand Herald 5 minutes ago.

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    The Italian Snack Bar Market by Product Type and Distribution Channel - Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2018-2023): Projected to Surpass $200 Million by 2023 - DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Italy Snack Bar Market - Segmented by Product Type and Distribution Channel - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018 - 2023)" report has been added to's offering. The Italy Snack Bar Market is expected to cross USD 200 million by 2023, and is moving at a steady CAGR during the forecast period (2018-2023). The Italy snack bar consumption crossed 8.18 million kg in 2016, with cereal bars the largest market. Cereal and granola bar dominates the mark Reported by Business Wire 4 minutes ago.

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    Vendini announced two additions to its leadership team today to support its strategic growth strategy. Jillian Owens was named vice president of customer success, and Shannon Everley joined as vice president of marketing.

    SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) September 26, 2018

    Vendini, the company that makes the business of live events simple, announced two additions to its leadership team today to support its strategic growth strategy. Promoting from within, the company named Jillian Owens as vice president of customer success. Additionally, Vendini welcomed Shannon Everley as vice president of marketing. Both report to Chief Revenue Officer Keith Goldberg along with sales Vice President Tyler Bennett, rounding out a leadership team with deep market and technology experience.

    “Vendini is in a period of rapid growth and international expansion, and Tyler, Jillian and Shannon all bring deep expertise to ensure we meet meet our goals,” said Goldberg. “Vendini is a team of people passionate about the arts and helping our members create and manage live events seamlessly.”

    As a former professional dancer, Owens has brought tremendous arts knowledge and expertise to her various roles in customer success at Vendini over the last four years, where she now heads a team of nearly 40 professionals. She previously held senior operations roles with Signature Theatre, Jazz at Lincoln Center and The Joyce Theater.

    Everley brings more than 10 years of digital and consumer marketing experience in the technology industry with positions at iProspect, Sungevity and Lenda. She spent almost six years at Sungevity, where she led the direct marketing teams for both the U.S. and Australian brands. She is responsible for Vendini’s growth marketing and brand strategy.

    Vendini recently announced both a major new product and its global expansion with the acquisition of Quebec-based Boxxo earlier this month.

    About Vendini
    At Vendini, our mission is to make the business of live events simple with a complete event management platform that protects the customer’s brand. We designed our all-in-one system to help venues and promoters easily market to fans, manage logistics and ultimately sell more tickets for the highest possible revenue. Vendini customers include Artisan Center Theater, Beachclub, Birthplace of Country Music, Duluth Playhouse, Gotham Comedy Club, New City Gas, the Triad Theatre, and thousands more. Vendini is based in San Francisco, CA, with offices in Petaluma, CA; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Knoxville, TN; Montreal, QC, and Gualdo Tadino, Italy.

    To learn more about what the Vendini solution can do for your live event organization, please visit:

    Robin Bectel
    SpeakerBox Communications for Vendini
    vendini(at)speakerboxpr(dot)com Reported by PRWeb 19 hours ago.

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    Global salt free water softener market is slated to reach US$2 billion in projected timeline owing to its extensive consumption in the U.S. as there is no electrical valve required in salt-free softener and the system operates as a conditioner not capturing anything, thus eliminating need to purge minerals.

    SELBYVILLE, Del. (PRWEB) September 26, 2018

    Expanding manufacturing sector in India, China, and the U.S. may create vast opportunity for water softener market growth. Mounting need for water treatment has incurred high cost for the manufacturers, which have promoted the product usage, thus driving industry growth.

    Water softener market for 120,000 grain from office building application is poised to observe gains of over by 4% 2024. Increase in consumer health consciousness has led to rise in demand for healthy and safe drinking water which is likely spur product demand.

    Global water softener market size is set to surpass USD 10 billion by 2024. Intensifying demand for soft water owing to growing industrialization and urbanization may expand water softener market growth by 2024. Growing penetration of multinational brands along with its features including high effectiveness in decreasing formation of scale in boilers, pipes and tanks are likely to further propel product demand. This equipment improves product lifespan of water using appliances by removing salts and minerals, which can damage product quality. Growing customer spending on water treatment equipment supported by increasing contamination issues will propel product demand.

    Request for a sample of this premium water software market research report @ .

    Supporting government regulation in Europe and Asia pacific reinforced by R&D activities on water softener manufacturing will promote product demand. Additionally, rising industrial sector and manufacturing industries may fuel water softener demand owing to application of soft water in steam generation, product manufacturing and cleaning.

    Italy salt free water softener market size is anticipated to reach over USD 125 million by 2024. Presence of large number automotive manufacturers in this region supported by stringent industrial safety norms pertaining to clean water and quality standards will favor industry growth.

    New product innovation and rising demand for safe water in residential buildings is projected to drive regional market over forecast timeframe. Increasing monetary standards along with growing awareness about damaging properties of hard water are likely to boost the market growth.

    Browse key water softener market insights spread across 1800 pages offering 3896 data tables & 27 figures & charts from the report along with detailed table of contents at: .

    Growing application potential in oil & gas sector and food processing units to reduce waste water & protect interior corrosion and damage of equipment is likely to promote salt based water softener market product demand.

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    wine2wine is the most important forum on the wine business in Italy, as well as the reference point for wine professionals wishing to develop their business. The 2018 edition, to be held at the Veronafiere Congress Center on November 26th and 27th, showcases a new 45-minute format and a prestigious line-up of international speakers featuring, among others, CEO of Krug Champagne Margareth Henriquez, Master of Wine Sarah Heller, and President of sommelier association GuildSomm Geoff Kruth.

    VERONA, Italy (PRWEB) September 26, 2018

    wine2wine offers wine professionals the opportunity to meet, share ideas, and acquire in-depth knowledge on specific themes ranging from digital innovation, communications, and marketing to export, market focuses, sustainability, and more.

    At wine2wine 2018, wine producers, export and marketing managers, consultants, journalists, and experts from all spheres of the wine business will gather for a unique chance to participate in educational sessions, labs, and workshops held by an impressive line-up of speakers of national and international standing.

    Now at its 5th edition, wine2wine 2018 will open with a keynote address entitled “Luxury brand communication and women’s leadership: Margareth Henriquez shares her story.” In this speech, President and CEO of Krug Champagne and the LVMH Wine Estates will address the way digital tools and storytelling techniques are best integrated into the promotion and brand communication of wines.

    In addition to Henriquez, wine2wine will also feature the youngest Master of Wine in the world, Sarah Heller, who lives and work in Hong Kong. Heller will explain how younger Asian female consumers are driving wine consumption growth and changing the tone of the conversation across the Asian continent. She will discuss the way Italian wineries can make their branding campaigns and promotional messages resonate with this new wave of eager wine consumers.

    Another international guest of the convention is Geoff Kruth, Master Sommelier and President of the sommelier association GuildSomm. Kruth’s speech is entitled “Sommeliers and Their Influence in the US Market,” and will address the growth and influence of the sommelier figure in the US wine market. Kruth will touch on crucial topics for Italian wineries that are looking to deepen their understanding of the US market: how sommeliers add value to restaurants and their customers; how to extend the reach of the sommelier through social media; and how wineries can work with sommeliers to reach new customers.

    This year wine2wine will also showcase a new 45-minute format, with each session being made up by a 30-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute Q&A. At the end of each presentation, the speakers will highlight practical ‘takeaways’, that is, hands-on suggestions that participants will be able to apply directly to their business. The Q&A part calls for a direct interaction between speakers and attendees. In addition, there will be another 15-minute time window during which participants will have the chance to connect and network with other wine professionals.

    Stevie Kim, Managing Director of Vinitaly International, commented on the new format: “Every year we are striving to make slight but significant changes deriving mostly from requests we gathered directly from participants to the previous edition. We are especially mindful of the concept “WIIFM - What’s In It For Me,” since our main purpose is to give attendees solid takeaways to improve their business.”

    As part of the revamp of the new edition, #w2wLabs have been included in the program. These sessions are practical demonstrations open to a selected audience, who will have the opportunity to learn about optimizing a website, write a successful PR, or leverage Instagram to grow business.

    Participating wineries will also have the chance to enrol for B2B sessions, where they will meet and present their products to buyers from some of the world’s developing wine markets such as South Corea, Poland, Mexico, and Switzerland. Once again, “HireMeVinitaly” will open the second day staging a speed dating between winery owners and professionals seeking to work in the wine industry.

    For the third year at wine2wine, Wine Spectator’s Senior Editor and Tasting Director Alison Napjus will reveal the 100 Finest Italian wine producers chosen by the magazine for OperaWine 2019, which will be held on Saturday, April 6th. In a dedicated session during wine2wine Napjus will also explain what wineries need to do in order to be selected for the glamorous gala that traditionally opens Vinitaly.

    The 2018 edition of wine2wine will also be remembered for the strong presence of wine producers, who will moderate some of the 60+ sessions included in this year’s program: Valentina Argiolas (Argiolas Winery), Matteo Lunelli (FerrariTrento), Andrea Sartori (Sartori Wines), Ettore Nicoletto (Santa Margherita Group), Jose Rallo (Donnafugata) and Carlo Franchetti (Franchetti Wines) are just a few of the top names in the world of Italian wine that will be present at the event.

    Other speakers include:· Lynne Sherriff MW;
    · Lady Penguin, top Chinese wine influencer;
    · Lorenzo Montagna, Founder of SecondStarVR;
    · Marino Braccu, General Manager at 8 1/2 Bombana;
    · Paul Mabray, CEO at Emetry;
    · Ayana Misawa. Winemaker at Grace Winery;
    · Sue Tolson, wine writer and editor;
    · Armando Corsi, senior marketing scientist;
    · Xiaohan Zhang, marketing director at Zacky’s China.

    Other titles of sessions at a glance:· How wine brands grow;
    · Cannabis, beer and gin, and experiential marketing: the challenges and opportunities the wine industry faces today;
    · Brazil, the real deal: opportunities and pitfalls of an alluring country;
    · The landscape of wine online in the US market: which companies are relevant for sales, marketing, and awareness;
    · Wine tourism: regulations and opportunities;
    · How to be listed in a Michelin-starred restaurant.

    An Early Bird special tariff is now available until the end of the month. For further information, visit the wine2wine website on or write to info(at) Share your experience by using the hashtag #wine2wine.

    Special thanks to ICE, the Italian Trade Agency and the Ministry of Economic Development that supported and financed the fifth edition of wine2wine as part of their campaigns aimed at promoting Italian wine and Made in Italy around the world.

    The grand Vinitaly 2019 will be held from April 7th to the 10th. Every year, Vinitaly counts more than 4,000 exhibitors on a 100,000+ square meter area and 130,000 visitors from over 140 different countries with more than 30,000 top international buyers. The premier event to Vinitaly, OperaWine “Finest Italian Wines: 100 Great Producers,” which will be held on the 6th of April, one day prior to Vinitaly will unite international wine professionals in the heart of Verona, offering them the unique opportunity to discover and taste the wines of the 100 Best Italian Producers, as selected by Wine Spectator. Since 1998 Vinitaly International travels to several countries such as Russia, China, USA and Hong Kong thanks to its strategic arm abroad, Vinitaly International. In February 2014 Vinitaly International launched an educational project, the Vinitaly International Academy (VIA) with the aim of divulging and broadcasting the excellence and diversity of Italian wine around the globe. VIA this year launched the seventh edition of its Certification Course and today counts 151 Italian Wine Ambassadors and 11 Italian Wine Experts. Reported by PRWeb 15 hours ago.

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    Tom Holland and Zendaya are hard at work on their upcoming film Spider-Man: Far From Home! The Spider-Man: Homecoming co-stars, both age 22, were spotted arriving by boat to Venice, Italy, on Wednesday (September 26). They’ll reportedly be filming at the location for at least the next few days. Zendaya had on a long black [...] Reported by Just Jared 3 hours ago.

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    Zendaya and Tom Holland are shooting Spider-Man: Far From Home in Italy! The Smallfoot actress and the Avengers: Infinity War actor were seen traveling to Venice via boat on Wednesday (September 26). They’ll reportedly be filming at the location for at least the next few days. Zendaya had on a long black coat, glasses, and [...] Reported by Just Jared Jr 3 hours ago.

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