Marintec China Unveiled Marintec Innovation Series 2020 – Webinar | Virtual Expo | Conferece | News

HONG KONG, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Launched in 2017, Marintec Innovation is dedicated to covering important topics in the global maritime industry, and to let the ‘sparks of inspiration’ fly to create new ideas. Following “Cruise Shipbuilding” in 2017, “International Marine Intelligent Energy Efficiency Technology” in 2018, and “Marintec Interiors” in 2019, this year’s theme is “The Fourth Industrial Revolution at Sea”. A one-day conference which will be taking place at the Shanghai Renaissance Zhongshan Park Hotel on 3 December 2020. Advanced digital technologies I4 is powerful and experienced in automobile and aviation and can show how much can be achieved. If the same technologies are applied in the maritime industry, it will transform sea transportation and lead to the fourth industrial revolution at sea since the 19th century.

 

 

And against the backdrop of the global pandemic, social distancing and the postponement of many of the world’s

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Support local non-profits and attend a virtual Gala

Many non-profits have opted to move their annual fundraising event to an online format

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — It’s been a challenging year for non-profits with many needing to cancel their annual gala that generated a large percentage of their fundraising income. Now more than ever, the resources that non-profits provide have been tapped to help our community with homelessness, job loss, hunger, and racial disparity just to name a few.

The good news is that now these virtual galas are typically free, making it more available to those that may not be able to afford the ticket price. We’ve rounded up just a few of the events happening over the next few months. 

Friday, September 25 at 7 p.m.
Shine Teal for MOCA (Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance)
Join MOCA for an inspiration program hosted by KARE 11’s Jennifer Austin, silent auction, and special surprises. Register for free here.

Friday,

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Amazon announces 1st virtual ‘Career Day’ with plans to hire 33,000 corporate, tech jobs

On Sept. 16 people can attend for free to workshops, speaker series and more.

Online retail giant Amazon has created a free, first-of-its-kind virtual career fair that could help attendees land a six-figure job and one-on-one career coaching.

Amazon announced the plans for the first virtual “career day” exclusively to ABC News and shared the full details for the event on Sept. 16.

It will include interactive workshops, speaker sessions and for 20,000 people, one-on-one career coaching sessions.

PHOTO: Amazon's virtual career day will take place on Sept. 16.

Amazon’s virtual career day will take place on Sept. 16.

Amazon’s virtual career day will take place on Sept. 16.

The retailer will also hire 33,000 new corporate and technology workers at an average compensation of $150,000, which includes salary and stock, the company said.

“COVID-19 continues to affect millions of people across the

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With Virtual Communications on the Rise, JK Consulting Group Publishes Guide to Influential Video Meetings

WAYNE, N.J., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Jeff Kovatch, CEO of JK Consulting Group, recently published a guide on how to effectively host and attend virtual meetings. This comes with ideal timing as many small to large businesses around the country are still feeling the effects of the coronavirus outbreak. Unable to meet in person, virtual or online substitutions are not only preferred but commonplace now. According to this acclaimed team of professional consultants, in order to succeed in an ever-changing marketplace, businesses must adapt and evolve.

Truly personalized consulting services is what JK Consulting Group is known for. Now, during a time of need the leader of this team, Jeff Kovatch has a message everyone can benefit from. Whether a Fortune 500 company or a small dental practice, harnessing the advantages of virtual communication now will secure significant returns for the business later. Not investing in the

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Latino nonprofit to host virtual awards event Wednesday

The Latino Community Development Agency will host its 29th annual recognition and awards event in a virtual format at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

The event’s theme is “Impacting Lives, Building Futures.” Three individuals whose lives have been positively impacted by agency programs will speak, including Cinthya Allen, director of corporate relations at the University of Oklahoma; Miriam Campos, assistant vice president with Arvest Bank; and Johnny Charqueño, faculty member at Northwest Classen High School. Other speakers will include Richard Lane, LCDA board chair and Raúl Font, president of LCDA.

The following individuals and corporations will receive awards during the event: Ernest W. Gomez, Patricia B. Fennel Lifetime Achievement Award; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, President’s Award; MidFirst Bank, Partner Agency Award; Miriam Campos, LCDA Board Member Award; Cipriana Ayala, LCDA Staff of the Year; and the Baca Family, Family of the Year Award.

The event’s main sponsor is Lopez

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Rasmussen College Hosts Fourth-Annual Virtual Career Fair – Press Release

MINNEAPOLIS–(Business Wire)–Rasmussen College, a regionally accredited private college, is hosting its fourth-annual Virtual Career Fair on Sept. 29, 2020, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. CDT. Participants can network and discuss qualifications, as well as review and apply to open positions with 50 leading nationwide employers through live chat or video.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an unprecedented need for career resources. This free, virtual career fair is for students, alumni and community members looking for career resources such as interview practice, resume review, networking and beyond. Additionally, job seekers can also attend mini preparatory, career-focused workshops and interact directly with the College’s Career Services team, who will be on hand during the event to virtually answer questions and provide career advice.

Because this is an online event, participants have the flexibility to log in and out of the digital platform at their convenience and from any location or device

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Nonprofit Home of Hope to Hold Oct. 3 Virtual Event to Celebrate 20 Years of Programs to Underprivileged Children | Global Indian

Home of Hope, a California-based nonprofit organization founded in 1999 by Indian American pathologist Dr. Nilima Sabharwal, nurtures underprivileged, destitute and disabled children in India, providing funding for necessary resources and access to education, mental health, computer skills, vocational training and sports programs. These opportunities make a significant difference in uplifting the lives of mentally and physically handicapped, orphaned and abandoned children. making them self-sustaining members of society, said a press release.

With minimal overhead (it’s entirely volunteer driven) Home of Hope has brought incredible change to the quality of life of over 50,000 of India’s youth last year alone.

Now, in its 20th year in service, HOH will be showcasing the impact the nonprofit has made over the years on Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. in a 40-minute virtual event entitled, “HOH 20:20 Impact.”

“The 20-year journey has indeed been 20:20 for us, the children and the communities

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