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DDB Group Worldwide Appoints Joji Jacob to Drive Creative and Effectiveness Awards Across DDB Asia

NEW YORK, Jan. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire — DDB Group Worldwide (NYSE: OMC) has appointed Joji Jacob, Group Executive Creative Director, DDB Group Singapore as Head of DDB Asia’s Creative Council. In addition to his creative remit covering Singapore, Hong Kong, China and Korea, Joji will also take care of India working closely with Sonal Dabral, Chief Creative Officer of DDB Mudra.

Joji Jacob.

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“DDB is one of the first advertising networks in the world to form a creative council. We are upbeat about our drive to do the best sort of work for our clients in Asia and the world, the sort of work that would win both Cannes Lions and Effies,” said Amir Kassaei, Chief Creative Officer of DDB Worldwide.

“We have seen a rise in creative work coming out of Asia in the last few years. It is an incredibly key region for our worldwide, and local clients. Joji is one of our most powerfully creative thinkers. He is an innovator and an inspiring leader. I know he will do great things in this role and win both respect, and accolades for the DDB network,” added Kassaei.

Spearheading DDB Asia’s creative agenda, Joji will re-launch Asia’s Creative Council with a focus on key clients and the agency.

The DDB Asia Creative Council will approach a programme, Awards for Creativity and Effectiveness (ACE), with a three-pronged strategy. Firstly, ACE will nurture and boost award-winning creativity at international and local creative shows. Secondly, it will focus on creative effectiveness, to lead and showcase DDB Asia’s success for its clients. Finally, ACE will spearhead innovative work for key clients through DDB’s Fit for Excellence programme.

“It is a privilege to assist Amir and David with DDB’s Creative Council in Asia.  It is my task now to help our offices in the region play as one for the benefit of our clients and our people. And of course, I look forward to working even more closely with Sonal Dabral, Tim Cheng, Clifford Ng and Jong-Sang Yoo,” said Jacob.

The appointment takes immediate effect.

DDB Group Asia (DDB and Tribal Worldwide) is united behind our founder, Bill Bernbach’s belief, that creativity is the most powerful force in business. DDB Group Asia Pacific is cohesive collaboration of global businesses, including DDB (advertising), Tribal Worldwide (digital), Interbrand (brand consultancy), DDB Remedy (healthcare and medical), Mango PR (PR and experiential) and Tracey Locke (shopper marketing). Comprising of 33 offices in 14 countries DDB Group Asia Pacific is part of the DDB Worldwide communications network and Omnicom Group.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Kate Neill
Director of Regional Communications, DDB Group Asia Pacific
Kate.neill@asiapac.ddb.com
Mobile: +852-9834-9674

Angela Tan
Director of Marketing, DDB Group Asia
T: +65-66714495 E: angela.tan@sg.ddb.com

 

 

Biomass Boiler Market by Feedstock Type, by Product Type Boilers, and Circulating Fluidized Bed Boilers), by End-user, and by Application – Global & U.K. Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2014 – 2022

The research study is designed to analyze the global biomass boiler market. The market is calculated in terms of revenue (USD Million) based on the annual sales of biomass boilers. The market for biomass boiler has been segmented on the basis of feedstock type, product type, end-user, application, and country/region. The global biomass boiler market, based on feedstock type, has been segmented into woody biomass, agriculture & forest residues, biogas & energy crops, urban residues, and others. On the basis of product type, the biomass boiler market has been segmented into stokers, bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) boilers, and circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boilers.

On the basis of end-user, the market for biomass boiler has been segmented into residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. For residential and commercial end-user segments, we have considered boiler sizes/electrical output of 0.01 MW to 1 MW and for industrial end-user segment we have considered only those boilers with an electrical/heat output of 1 MW to 5 MW. Major applications of biomass boilers considered in the report are heating and power generation. The regional segments included in this study are North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, and Latin America.These regional segments are further divided into country-wise segments. The report provides a detailed growth forecast for the period 2014-2022, considering 2013 as the baseline year. Projections have been provided for revenue (USD Million) through the annual sales of biomass boilers.

The report includes the key market dynamics affecting the demand for biomass boilers. As a part of our market dynamics analysis, we have analyzed the market drivers, market restraints, and market opportunities. A comprehensive competitive landscape, which includes company market share analysis and market attractiveness analysis, has also been provided in this report. The report also provides a detailed industry analysis of the global biomass boilers market with the help of Porter’s Five Forces model. The Porter’s Five Forces analysis aids in understanding the five major forces that affect the industry structure and profitability of the global biomass boilers market. The forces analyzed are the bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, threat from new entrants, threat from substitutes, and degree of competition.

The study also includes the value chain of the global biomass boiler market which provides a glimpse of key suppliers, manufacturers, distribution channel as well as interaction of suppliers and buyers with end-users. The company market share analysis has been done considering the revenue and global penetration of key market players in the biomass boiler industry. The attractiveness involves benchmarking and ranking each technology and region on the basis of numerous parameters. The parameters selected are likely to have a pronounced effect on the demand for each technology in the current scenario as well as in the near future.

Key participants in the global biomass boiler market include Advanced Recycling Equipment, Inc., Alstom SA, Baxi Group, Ecovision Systems Ltd., Energy Innovations (UK) Ltd, ETA Heiztechnik GmbH, Foster Wheeler AG, Garioni Naval SpA, Hurst Boiler & Welding Co, Inc., Jernforsen Energi System AB, Justsen Energiteknik A/S, Kohlbach Group, LAMBION Energy Solutions GmbH, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, Lin-Ka Maskinfabrik A/S, Mawera, Nexterra, Polytechnik GmbH, RENTECH Boiler Systems, Inc., Schmid Energy, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Thermax Ltd, VAS Energy Systems International GmbH, Wellons, Inc., Wood Energy, and Zhengzhou Boiler Co., Ltd. This report provides an overview of these companies, followed by their financial revenues, business strategies, technical information, and recent developments.

Global Biomass Boiler Market: Feedstock Type Analysis

Woody Biomass

Agriculture & Forest Residues

Biogas & Energy Crops

Urban Residues

Others

Global Biomass Boiler Market: Product Type Analysis

Stoker Boilers

Bubbling Fluidized Bed (BFB) Boilers

Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) Boilers

Global Biomass Boiler Market: End-user Analysis

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Global Biomass Boiler Market: Application Analysis

Heating

Power Generation

Global Biomass Boiler Market: Regional Segment Analysis

North America

U.S.

Canada

Mexico

Europe

Sweden

Finland

U.K.

Germany

Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific

Japan

China

India

Rest of Asia Pacific

Middle East and Africa (MEA)

South Africa

Rest of MEA

Latin America

Brazil

Rest of Latin America

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Research and Markets: Analyzing the Global Food Retail Industry 2016-2019

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rv2mz9/analyzing_the) has announced the addition of the “Analyzing the Global Food Retail Industry” report to their offering.

With supermarkets or hypermarkets accounting for the largest sector in the global food retail industry, there is no doubt that the future of the industry remains bright with the industry value expected to reach roughly USD 7,500 billion by the end of 2019.

This research presents a comprehensive research report on the global food retail industry through its title Analyzing the Global Food Retail Industry. The report analyzes 75 of the leading global players in the food retail industry, 34 key food retail markets worldwide, and three major regions as well. Data covered in the report ranges from 2010 till 2019.

The report begins with an analysis of the global food retail industry through industry statistics, industry growth analyzed through industry value, industry segmentation, distribution channels that are used in the global food retail industry, and a forecast for the market up to 2019.

A Porter’s Five Forces Framework Analysis is applied to the global food retail industry and the industry is looked at through the bargaining power of buyers, bargaining power of suppliers, competitive rivalry in the industry, the threat of new entrants and the threat of industry substitution.

Moving on, the global food retail industry is analyzed by regions. The regions analyzed in the report include Asia Pacific, North America and Europe. Each region is analyzed through industry statistics, industry value, geographical segmentation by countries, distribution channels in use and an industry forecast.

As mentioned above, the report analyzes 34 key markets in the global food retail industry. Each market is analyzed through industry statistics, market value and growth, geographical segmentation, distribution channels in use and an industry forecast. Some of the major food retail markets that we analyze include Australia, China, India, Canada, Brazil, Denmark, Egypt, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, the UK and the United States.

Key Topics Covered:

A. Executive Summary

B. Industry Definition

C. Global Food Retail Industry

D. Global Food Retail Industry: Porter’s Five Forces Framework Analysis

E. Analysis of the Global Food Retail Industry by Regions

F. Food Retail Industry in Australia

G. Food Retail Industry in Belgium

H. Food Retail Industry in Brazil

I. Food Retail Industry in Canada

J. Food Retail Industry in China

K. Food Retail Industry in the Czech Republic

L. Food Retail Industry in Denmark

M. Food Retail Industry in Egypt

N. Food Retail Industry in France

O. Food Retail Industry in Germany

P. Food Retail Industry in India

Q. Food Retail Industry in Israel

R. Food Retail Industry in Italy

S. Food Retail Industry in Japan

T. Food Retail Industry in Mexico

U. Food Retail Industry in the Netherlands

V. Food Retail Industry in Nigeria

W. Food Retail Industry in Norway

X. Food Retail Industry in Poland

Y. Food Retail Industry in Russia

Z. Food Retail Industry in Saudi Arabia

AA. Food Retail Industry in Singapore

BB. Food Retail Industry in South Africa

CC. Food Retail Industry in South Korea

DD. Food Retail Industry in Spain

EE. Food Retail Industry in Sweden

FF. Food Retail Industry in Taiwan

GG. Food Retail Industry in the United Kingdom

HH. Food Retail Industry in the United States

II. Major Global Players (Partial List)

– Abdullah Al Othaim Markets Company

– Aditya Birla Group

– Aeon Co., Ltd.

– ALDI Einkauf GmbH & Co. OHG

– Alon Blue Square Israel Ltd.

– Artee Group

– Asda Stores Limited

– Axfood AB

– Bergendahl & Son AB

– Bharti Retail

– Cadena Comercial OXXO SA De CV

– Carrefour SA

– Casino Guichard-Perrachon SA

– Cencosud SA

– China Resources Enterprise Limited

– Colruyt Group

– Companhia Brasileira de Distribuicao

– Conad – Consorzio Nazionale Dettaglianti

– Coop Denmark

– Coop Italia

– Costco Wholesale Corporation

– Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited

– Dansk Supermarked

– Danube Company

– Dashang Group

– Delhaize Group

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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa arrives in South Sudan ahead of SPLM Extraordinary Convention, Thursday-Friday 07-08 January 2016

Juba – South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has today, Thursday 07 January 2016, arrived in Juba in South Sudan to represent President Jacob Zuma at the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM)’s Extraordinary Convention scheduled for Thursday and Friday 07 -08 January 2016.

The visit follows the extension of an invitation to President Jacob Zuma by South Sudanese President Salva Kirr.

Deputy President Ramaphosa is the Special Envoy of President Jacob Zuma to South Sudan. In this regard Deputy President Ramaphosa working together with Abdurahman Kinana, the Secretary-General of Tanzania’s ruling party Chama cha Mapinduzi, has been involved in efforts aimed at facilitating unity among the various factions of the SPLM with a view to bringing an end to war and to herald the era of peace in South Sudan.

In pursuance of this objective and working within the framework of the Arusha Agreement signed in October 2014 as facilitated by leaders of South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia, Deputy President Ramaphosa together with Abdurahman Kinana has been involved in a number of confidence building initiatives to help unify the ranks of the SPLM.

These included among others the facilitation of the return to Juba in 2015 of several SPLM (Detainees) who were exiled abroad. The return of the former detainees culminated in Deputy President Ramaphosa addressing the SPLM Extended National Liberation Council meeting in the capital.

Deputy President Ramaphosa will return to South Africa later on Friday 8 January 2016.

Enquiries: Ronnie Mamoepa on 082 990 4853

Issued by: The Presidency

Pretoria

SOURCE:THE PRESIDENCY REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA