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      string(64) "US company Franklin Templeton targets Bitcoin – Marseille News"
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US investor Franklin Templeton has targeted Bitcoin. This more than $ 1.5 trillion company has hired staff to manage the Bitcoin and Ethereum trade. As has been demonstrated in a series of job postings posted on the company’s website.

At least two cryptocurrency-focused jobs were offered this week, a trader and researcher would join the investment team in the Digital Assets division of Franklin Templeton.

“We are looking for a cryptocurrency trader to execute trades for various strategies using the largest, most liquid, and most tradable cryptocurrencies (eg BTC and ETH).” He posted Franklin Templeton on his website.

This year 2021, Bitcoin and Ethereum traded higher under a positive forecast.  This large market volume and attractive profits have attracted a strong market of investors interested in participating in cryptocurrencies.  Source: CoinMarketCapIn 2021, Bitcoin and Ethereum traded higher under a positive forecast. This large market volume and attractive profits have attracted a strong market of investors interested in participating in cryptocurrencies. Source: CoinMarketCap

However, the professional functions of potential investors are much more complex than the simple exchange of cryptocurrencies. The positions will focus on executing crypto strategies, building relationships with Blockchain developers, building new crypto products for fund issuers, and managing digital assets.

Note that the American investor Franklin Templeton did not respond to multiple requests for additional information on these job offers.

Franklin Templeton’s Board of Directors and Their Different Perspectives on Cryptocurrencies

The investor’s board of directors remained skeptical of cryptocurrencies as an investment, during this year. In March, Franklin Templeton market analyst Stephen Dover told Financial Review in an interview that Franklin Templeton does not hold cryptocurrencies in any wallet. Additionally, CEO Jennifer Johnson said in July that she was “not a fan” of Bitcoin.

In fact, investor Franklin Templeton has been using Blockchain technology since mid-2019, primarily as a new feature to bring money market funds to life. He also experimented with the tokenization of stocks and last year joined Curv’s $ 23 million Series A series.

Franklin Templeton CFO Matthew Nicholls took a more modest tone. He said the company is “investigating” cryptocurrency readiness. “Having the ability to deploy, let’s call it, digital assets, in general, will likely be important going forward. He added, Matthew.

Franklin Templeton vice president in Latin America refuses to accept Bitcoin

In January of this year, Franklin Templeton Mexico Co-Investment Director Luis Gonzalí. He published, via the official website of the investor, that Bitcoin should not be considered a currency.

He commented that the so-called Blockchain promise is simply an illusion of value for something that has no basis. I insist that Bitcoin has no other support than the simple support of its owners, it does not have support based on the economic activity of a country or on a specific economic activity.

I also add that Bitcoin is not something capable of saving value on its own, it does not have a unit of measure structure, and its market is directly linked to other fiat currencies. He concluded that Bitcoin is doomed to fail. Except that, within the global financial system, its use is regulated and it remains a secondary means of payment. At the moment, Bitcoin is a highly speculative object, according to Luis Gonzalí.

This statement clarifies the board’s position in Latin America regarding Bitcoin. But he does not rule out the possibility that this firm may want to invest in cryptocurrencies to profit from it, perhaps on an experimental basis.

Currently, Bitcoin has a daily transaction volume of between $ 30,000 and $ 50,000 million. A volume that largely belongs to giant investors who have placed their trust in this digital asset.

Finally, 10 years ago, it was impossible to consider Bitcoin as a common means of payment and today it is already authorized as legal tender in El Salvador. With this, countries, industries, big investors and ordinary people decided to venture into the new digital gold.

Did you like the content? Share it

" } ["summary"]=> string(97) "US investor Franklin Templeton has targeted Bitcoin. This more than $ 1.5 trillion company has..." ["atom_content"]=> string(6688) "

US investor Franklin Templeton has targeted Bitcoin. This more than $ 1.5 trillion company has hired staff to manage the Bitcoin and Ethereum trade. As has been demonstrated in a series of job postings posted on the company’s website.

At least two cryptocurrency-focused jobs were offered this week, a trader and researcher would join the investment team in the Digital Assets division of Franklin Templeton.

“We are looking for a cryptocurrency trader to execute trades for various strategies using the largest, most liquid, and most tradable cryptocurrencies (eg BTC and ETH).” He posted Franklin Templeton on his website.

This year 2021, Bitcoin and Ethereum traded higher under a positive forecast.  This large market volume and attractive profits have attracted a strong market of investors interested in participating in cryptocurrencies.  Source: CoinMarketCapIn 2021, Bitcoin and Ethereum traded higher under a positive forecast. This large market volume and attractive profits have attracted a strong market of investors interested in participating in cryptocurrencies. Source: CoinMarketCap

However, the professional functions of potential investors are much more complex than the simple exchange of cryptocurrencies. The positions will focus on executing crypto strategies, building relationships with Blockchain developers, building new crypto products for fund issuers, and managing digital assets.

Note that the American investor Franklin Templeton did not respond to multiple requests for additional information on these job offers.

Franklin Templeton’s Board of Directors and Their Different Perspectives on Cryptocurrencies

The investor’s board of directors remained skeptical of cryptocurrencies as an investment, during this year. In March, Franklin Templeton market analyst Stephen Dover told Financial Review in an interview that Franklin Templeton does not hold cryptocurrencies in any wallet. Additionally, CEO Jennifer Johnson said in July that she was “not a fan” of Bitcoin.

In fact, investor Franklin Templeton has been using Blockchain technology since mid-2019, primarily as a new feature to bring money market funds to life. He also experimented with the tokenization of stocks and last year joined Curv’s $ 23 million Series A series.

Franklin Templeton CFO Matthew Nicholls took a more modest tone. He said the company is “investigating” cryptocurrency readiness. “Having the ability to deploy, let’s call it, digital assets, in general, will likely be important going forward. He added, Matthew.

Franklin Templeton vice president in Latin America refuses to accept Bitcoin

In January of this year, Franklin Templeton Mexico Co-Investment Director Luis Gonzalí. He published, via the official website of the investor, that Bitcoin should not be considered a currency.

He commented that the so-called Blockchain promise is simply an illusion of value for something that has no basis. I insist that Bitcoin has no other support than the simple support of its owners, it does not have support based on the economic activity of a country or on a specific economic activity.

I also add that Bitcoin is not something capable of saving value on its own, it does not have a unit of measure structure, and its market is directly linked to other fiat currencies. He concluded that Bitcoin is doomed to fail. Except that, within the global financial system, its use is regulated and it remains a secondary means of payment. At the moment, Bitcoin is a highly speculative object, according to Luis Gonzalí.

This statement clarifies the board’s position in Latin America regarding Bitcoin. But he does not rule out the possibility that this firm may want to invest in cryptocurrencies to profit from it, perhaps on an experimental basis.

Currently, Bitcoin has a daily transaction volume of between $ 30,000 and $ 50,000 million. A volume that largely belongs to giant investors who have placed their trust in this digital asset.

Finally, 10 years ago, it was impossible to consider Bitcoin as a common means of payment and today it is already authorized as legal tender in El Salvador. With this, countries, industries, big investors and ordinary people decided to venture into the new digital gold.

Did you like the content? Share it

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630725596) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(159) "Pernod Ricard becomes the first company to support the new IUCN initiative for sustainable agriculture, called the “Agriculture and Land Health Initiative”" ["link"]=> string(200) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/pernod-ricard-becomes-the-first-company-to-support-the-new-iucn-initiative-for-sustainable-agriculture-called-the-agriculture-and-land-health-initiative/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 20:32:21 +0000" ["category"]=> string(86) "BusinessagriculturecalledcompanyhealthinitiativeIUCNlandPernodRicardsupportsustainable" ["guid"]=> string(200) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/pernod-ricard-becomes-the-first-company-to-support-the-new-iucn-initiative-for-sustainable-agriculture-called-the-agriculture-and-land-health-initiative/" ["description"]=> string(134) "IUCN World Conservation Congress PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News: Pernod Ricard (Paris:RI) : Press release – Paris,..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6587) "

IUCN World Conservation Congress

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:

Pernod Ricard (Paris:RI) :

Press release – Paris, September 3, 2021

It is on the occasion of the CEO Summit, in the presence of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, and Bruno Oberle, Director General of IUCN, that Alexandre Ricard, President -Director General of Pernod Ricard, announced the signing of a new partnership with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Pernod Ricard thus becomes the first partner company of the “Agriculture and Land Health Initiative” program (agriculture and earth health initiative) of IUCN.

The announcement comes as the World Conservation Congress, organized by the IUCN, is being held for the first time in Marseille, from September 3 to 11, 2021.

This initiative aims to build a common vision through a platform for exchanges involving, around concrete projects, public and private actors, whether governments, NGOs, companies, scientists and professionals. ‘experts, sharing a single objective: to generate commitments aimed at accelerating the implementation of actions in the area of ​​sustainable agriculture. These stakeholders will also participate in promoting and highlighting the scientific and economic benefits of sustainable agriculture, encouraging decision-makers to adopt this approach more widely.

For Pernod Ricard, this partnership is first and foremost a logical continuation of its historic commitment to the environment. 55 years ago, its founder, Paul Ricard, created the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute in 1966, in response to the pollution of the Mediterranean Sea. A true observatory of the Oceans, it still works today to protect marine ecosystems, combining scientific research and awareness-raising actions.

Pernod Ricard’s emblematic brands each derive their character from natural ingredients (wheat, barley, agave, sugar cane, grapes) and the terroirs in which they are grown. As part of its CSR roadmap for 2030, ‘Good Times from a Good Place’ (Preserve to share), the Group is committed to preserving these terroirs and their biodiversity, while responding to the challenges linked to climate change, in order to sustain its supplies of quality ingredients. To do this, Pernod Ricard works with farmers, suppliers and other partners to implement sustainable or regenerative farming practices and biodiversity protection programs, as in the Cognac and Champagne vineyards, or in India, in New Zealand or Ireland.

By becoming the first company to join this new international initiative, Pernod Ricard is committed to accelerating the transition to sustainable agriculture, the only company capable of combating climate change and the decline in biodiversity. This initiative will bring together multiple stakeholders, carrying ambitious commitments in terms of sustainable agriculture, sharing of good practices and monitoring their collective impact.

« All of our products are closely linked to nature: they derive their character, their identity, their very quality from the land in which they grow. Biodiversity is an essential element in the balance of these ecosystems. Cherishing it, protecting it and preserving it, in order to pass these terroirs intact to future generations, is therefore not only a moral and civic obligation, but also an imperative for the economic sustainability of our Group. This is why we are honored and proud to be able to intervene more actively alongside IUCN to demonstrate the importance of agriculture that is more respectful of the land and ecosystems ”, a declared Alexandre Ricard, Chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard.

About Pernod Ricard

Pernod Ricard is the world No. 2 in Wines and Spirits, with consolidated sales of € 8,824 million in fiscal year 2021. Born in 1975 from the merger of Ricard and Pernod, the Group has grown so much by internal growth than by acquisitions: Seagram (2001), Allied Domecq (2005) and Vin & Sprit (2008). Pernod Ricard, which has 16 brands in the top 100 spirits brands, has one of the most prestigious portfolios in the sector, including Absolut vodka, pastis Ricard, Ballantine’s Scotch Whiskeys, Chivas Regal, Royal Salute and The Glenlivet, Irish Whiskey Jameson, Martell cognac, Havana Club rum, Beefeater gin, Malibu liqueur, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët champagnes as well as Jacob’s Creek, Brancott Estate, Campo Viejo and Kenwood wines. Pernod Ricard brands are distributed in more than 160 markets, 73 of which are through its own sales forces. The decentralized organization of the group allows its 18,500 employees to act as true ambassadors of its vision of “Creators of Conviviality”. Reaffirmed by its “Transform and Accelerate” strategic plan rolled out in 2018, Pernod Ricard’s strategy focuses on long-term investments and profitable growth for all of its shareholders. The group remains faithful to its three founding values: entrepreneurial spirit, mutual trust and ethics, as illustrated by our roadmap to 2030 Sustainability & Responsibility, “we preserve to share” in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals United Nations. In recognition of its constant commitment to sustainable development and responsible consumption, Pernod Ricard received the Ecovadis gold medal. Pernod Ricard is also a member company of the United Nations LEAD Global Compact. Pernod Ricard is listed on Euronext (Ticker: RI; ISIN Code: FR0000120693) and is part of the CAC 40 and Eurostoxx 50 indices.

Contacts

Contact Pernod Ricard
Emmanuel VOUIN / Group External Engagement Manager

+33 (0)1 70 93 16 34

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IUCN World Conservation Congress

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:

Pernod Ricard (Paris:RI) :

Press release – Paris, September 3, 2021

It is on the occasion of the CEO Summit, in the presence of the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank, and Bruno Oberle, Director General of IUCN, that Alexandre Ricard, President -Director General of Pernod Ricard, announced the signing of a new partnership with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Pernod Ricard thus becomes the first partner company of the “Agriculture and Land Health Initiative” program (agriculture and earth health initiative) of IUCN.

The announcement comes as the World Conservation Congress, organized by the IUCN, is being held for the first time in Marseille, from September 3 to 11, 2021.

This initiative aims to build a common vision through a platform for exchanges involving, around concrete projects, public and private actors, whether governments, NGOs, companies, scientists and professionals. ‘experts, sharing a single objective: to generate commitments aimed at accelerating the implementation of actions in the area of ​​sustainable agriculture. These stakeholders will also participate in promoting and highlighting the scientific and economic benefits of sustainable agriculture, encouraging decision-makers to adopt this approach more widely.

For Pernod Ricard, this partnership is first and foremost a logical continuation of its historic commitment to the environment. 55 years ago, its founder, Paul Ricard, created the Paul Ricard Oceanographic Institute in 1966, in response to the pollution of the Mediterranean Sea. A true observatory of the Oceans, it still works today to protect marine ecosystems, combining scientific research and awareness-raising actions.

Pernod Ricard’s emblematic brands each derive their character from natural ingredients (wheat, barley, agave, sugar cane, grapes) and the terroirs in which they are grown. As part of its CSR roadmap for 2030, ‘Good Times from a Good Place’ (Preserve to share), the Group is committed to preserving these terroirs and their biodiversity, while responding to the challenges linked to climate change, in order to sustain its supplies of quality ingredients. To do this, Pernod Ricard works with farmers, suppliers and other partners to implement sustainable or regenerative farming practices and biodiversity protection programs, as in the Cognac and Champagne vineyards, or in India, in New Zealand or Ireland.

By becoming the first company to join this new international initiative, Pernod Ricard is committed to accelerating the transition to sustainable agriculture, the only company capable of combating climate change and the decline in biodiversity. This initiative will bring together multiple stakeholders, carrying ambitious commitments in terms of sustainable agriculture, sharing of good practices and monitoring their collective impact.

« All of our products are closely linked to nature: they derive their character, their identity, their very quality from the land in which they grow. Biodiversity is an essential element in the balance of these ecosystems. Cherishing it, protecting it and preserving it, in order to pass these terroirs intact to future generations, is therefore not only a moral and civic obligation, but also an imperative for the economic sustainability of our Group. This is why we are honored and proud to be able to intervene more actively alongside IUCN to demonstrate the importance of agriculture that is more respectful of the land and ecosystems ”, a declared Alexandre Ricard, Chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard.

About Pernod Ricard

Pernod Ricard is the world No. 2 in Wines and Spirits, with consolidated sales of € 8,824 million in fiscal year 2021. Born in 1975 from the merger of Ricard and Pernod, the Group has grown so much by internal growth than by acquisitions: Seagram (2001), Allied Domecq (2005) and Vin & Sprit (2008). Pernod Ricard, which has 16 brands in the top 100 spirits brands, has one of the most prestigious portfolios in the sector, including Absolut vodka, pastis Ricard, Ballantine’s Scotch Whiskeys, Chivas Regal, Royal Salute and The Glenlivet, Irish Whiskey Jameson, Martell cognac, Havana Club rum, Beefeater gin, Malibu liqueur, Mumm and Perrier-Jouët champagnes as well as Jacob’s Creek, Brancott Estate, Campo Viejo and Kenwood wines. Pernod Ricard brands are distributed in more than 160 markets, 73 of which are through its own sales forces. The decentralized organization of the group allows its 18,500 employees to act as true ambassadors of its vision of “Creators of Conviviality”. Reaffirmed by its “Transform and Accelerate” strategic plan rolled out in 2018, Pernod Ricard’s strategy focuses on long-term investments and profitable growth for all of its shareholders. The group remains faithful to its three founding values: entrepreneurial spirit, mutual trust and ethics, as illustrated by our roadmap to 2030 Sustainability & Responsibility, “we preserve to share” in accordance with the Sustainable Development Goals United Nations. In recognition of its constant commitment to sustainable development and responsible consumption, Pernod Ricard received the Ecovadis gold medal. Pernod Ricard is also a member company of the United Nations LEAD Global Compact. Pernod Ricard is listed on Euronext (Ticker: RI; ISIN Code: FR0000120693) and is part of the CAC 40 and Eurostoxx 50 indices.

Contacts

Contact Pernod Ricard
Emmanuel VOUIN / Group External Engagement Manager

+33 (0)1 70 93 16 34

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630701141) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(100) "At Marck & Balsan in Montierchaume, Florence Parly hails “a very important company for the army”" ["link"]=> string(139) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/at-marck-balsan-in-montierchaume-florence-parly-hails-a-very-important-company-for-the-army/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 18:23:50 +0000" ["category"]=> string(70) "BusinessarmyBalsancompanyFlorencehailsImportantMarckMontierchaumeParly" ["guid"]=> string(139) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/at-marck-balsan-in-montierchaume-florence-parly-hails-a-very-important-company-for-the-army/" ["description"]=> string(99) "Whether it is when the general manager, Laurent Marck, shows her the latest camouflage clothing,..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3898) "

Whether it is when the general manager, Laurent Marck, shows her the latest camouflage clothing, or when a worker demonstrates her with her sewing machine, Florence Parly is attentive. The Minister of the Armed Forces was this Friday visiting the Marck & Balsan factory in Montierchaume, near Châteauroux. If the site has only existed for twenty years, it has been more than a century since the First World War that the Balsan company (which has since merged with the Marck group) has been manufacturing uniforms for the French military. . All contracts concluded with the army represent a quarter of Marck & Balsan’s turnover, around twenty million euros per year.

After an hour of visiting the offices and clothing workshops, Florence Parly said: “This is a very important undertaking for the Ministry of the Armed Forces. I wanted to thank the women and men who work there on a daily basis and tell them how proud our forces are of what they wear”. She recalled that the 2019-2025 military programming law provided for the renewal of equipment (helmets, fatigues, bulletproof vests, etc.): “These orders allow employees and companies to work”.

The director shows the minister the latest investments made on the site © Radio France
Sarah Tuchscherer

Beneficiary of the France relaunch plan

The minister did not fail to recall either that Marck & Balsan benefited from the credits of the France recovery plan through a subsidy of 60,000 euros. An amount that enabled the group’s management to anticipate an investment already planned. “We have a new fabric cutting machine, explains Laurent Marck, which shortens the time between taking measurements and manufacturing. We make tailor-made, which avoids over-stocks which are expensive “. Thanks to this investment, a plan to hire eleven people is underway on the site.

Florence Parly meets Marck & Balsan employees
Florence Parly meets Marck & Balsan employees © Radio France
Sarah Tuchscherer

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Whether it is when the general manager, Laurent Marck, shows her the latest camouflage clothing, or when a worker demonstrates her with her sewing machine, Florence Parly is attentive. The Minister of the Armed Forces was this Friday visiting the Marck & Balsan factory in Montierchaume, near Châteauroux. If the site has only existed for twenty years, it has been more than a century since the First World War that the Balsan company (which has since merged with the Marck group) has been manufacturing uniforms for the French military. . All contracts concluded with the army represent a quarter of Marck & Balsan’s turnover, around twenty million euros per year.

After an hour of visiting the offices and clothing workshops, Florence Parly said: “This is a very important undertaking for the Ministry of the Armed Forces. I wanted to thank the women and men who work there on a daily basis and tell them how proud our forces are of what they wear”. She recalled that the 2019-2025 military programming law provided for the renewal of equipment (helmets, fatigues, bulletproof vests, etc.): “These orders allow employees and companies to work”.

The director shows the minister the latest investments made on the site © Radio France
Sarah Tuchscherer

Beneficiary of the France relaunch plan

The minister did not fail to recall either that Marck & Balsan benefited from the credits of the France recovery plan through a subsidy of 60,000 euros. An amount that enabled the group’s management to anticipate an investment already planned. “We have a new fabric cutting machine, explains Laurent Marck, which shortens the time between taking measurements and manufacturing. We make tailor-made, which avoids over-stocks which are expensive “. Thanks to this investment, a plan to hire eleven people is underway on the site.

Florence Parly meets Marck & Balsan employees
Florence Parly meets Marck & Balsan employees © Radio France
Sarah Tuchscherer

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630693430) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(63) "Business creation in Spain: 100% digital with mon entreprise.es" ["link"]=> string(109) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/business-creation-in-spain-100-digital-with-mon-entreprise-es/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 13:09:14 +0000" ["category"]=> string(65) "Businesscompany creation spaincreationdigitalentrepriseesMonSpain" ["guid"]=> string(109) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/business-creation-in-spain-100-digital-with-mon-entreprise-es/" ["description"]=> string(107) "Mon entreprise.es is an initiative serving French-speaking entrepreneurs who want to start a business in..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5075) "

Mon entreprise.es is an initiative serving French-speaking entrepreneurs who want to start a business in Spain. The totality of the services offered by mon entreprise.es allows a 360 degree support in administrative, fiscal, legal, marketing and business development tasks in Spain, exclusively intended for French-speaking entrepreneurs and companies.

Spain has several hundred thousand francophones, the initiative of mon entreprise.es was created to overcome the lack of tax, legal and business services adapted for self-employed / freelancers and French-speaking companies for any sector, but with a attraction to digital. The steps to create and start an activity are often complicated. It is sometimes difficult to find the right information and practices in a bureaucracy that can be complex. These steps are often a waste of time for entrepreneurs, and therefore a waste of money, especially if certain steps are not carried out rigorously. In addition, a good knowledge of local tax operations is necessary for a successful installation, the optimal handling of its cash flow and the rapid launch of a business in Spain. There are also many financial aids and grants for creation that are difficult to access if we do not know how these grants work locally.

A recognized center

Mon entreprise.es is an official PAE (Punto de atención alemprendedor) center which allows it to be recognized as a social collaborator of the Agencia Tributaria (Spanish Public Treasury). Mon entreprise.es is also recognized by the professional college ADELCA which is a group of professionals benefiting from close links with public bodies.

A team of specialists

The mon entreprise.es team is made up of accountants, tax, legal and business experts who will be able to assist you in all your business creation steps, self-employment registration, accounting, tax advice, business consulting, development web, for the development of your business in Spain, 100% digital on a single platform.

The vision of mon entreprise.es is also to develop economic cooperation between French-speaking countries and Spain in order to maximize the creation of entrepreneurial synergies.

Services

monentreprise.esThe founder of mon entreprise.es, a graduate of IE Business School in Madrid, mentions the services he offers as a real solution to French speakers who want to launch their business in Spain: “We offer digital solutions from A to Z for the creation of a company in Spain, Andorra and the Canaries. We are the company that will relieve all the administrative tasks of an entrepreneur who will prefer, rightly, to concentrate on the creation or the development of his activity in Spain. Mon entreprise.es through its support, saves time and therefore money for its customers, who can devote themselves 100% to their business. The + also? We are experts in business development and also help our clients acquire their first clients“.

We offer digital solutions from A to Z for the creation of a company in Spain, Andorra and the Canaries

monentreprise.es

mon entreprise.es offers many services, which you can also find on the website www.mon entreprise.es, including in particular:

– Self-employment registration (autónomo)
– Company creation SL, comunidad de bienes in Spain, Andorra, ZEC
– Accounting and tax management
– Business consulting, Legal and brand consulting
– Web support (Web design, Web development, SEO)
– Startup coaching and digital projects
– State and European aid funding

The work methodology: flexible, personalized and digital

Through its many services and in close collaboration with you, mon entreprise.es proposes to be your ally in a personalized management of your needs.

Quality and optimal follow-up are the watchwords of my company.es teams who offer rigorous support for the management and development of your activity.

You have questions ? Contact us at www.mon entreprise.es or by email at hola@monentreprise.es.

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Mon entreprise.es is an initiative serving French-speaking entrepreneurs who want to start a business in Spain. The totality of the services offered by mon entreprise.es allows a 360 degree support in administrative, fiscal, legal, marketing and business development tasks in Spain, exclusively intended for French-speaking entrepreneurs and companies.

Spain has several hundred thousand francophones, the initiative of mon entreprise.es was created to overcome the lack of tax, legal and business services adapted for self-employed / freelancers and French-speaking companies for any sector, but with a attraction to digital. The steps to create and start an activity are often complicated. It is sometimes difficult to find the right information and practices in a bureaucracy that can be complex. These steps are often a waste of time for entrepreneurs, and therefore a waste of money, especially if certain steps are not carried out rigorously. In addition, a good knowledge of local tax operations is necessary for a successful installation, the optimal handling of its cash flow and the rapid launch of a business in Spain. There are also many financial aids and grants for creation that are difficult to access if we do not know how these grants work locally.

A recognized center

Mon entreprise.es is an official PAE (Punto de atención alemprendedor) center which allows it to be recognized as a social collaborator of the Agencia Tributaria (Spanish Public Treasury). Mon entreprise.es is also recognized by the professional college ADELCA which is a group of professionals benefiting from close links with public bodies.

A team of specialists

The mon entreprise.es team is made up of accountants, tax, legal and business experts who will be able to assist you in all your business creation steps, self-employment registration, accounting, tax advice, business consulting, development web, for the development of your business in Spain, 100% digital on a single platform.

The vision of mon entreprise.es is also to develop economic cooperation between French-speaking countries and Spain in order to maximize the creation of entrepreneurial synergies.

Services

monentreprise.esThe founder of mon entreprise.es, a graduate of IE Business School in Madrid, mentions the services he offers as a real solution to French speakers who want to launch their business in Spain: “We offer digital solutions from A to Z for the creation of a company in Spain, Andorra and the Canaries. We are the company that will relieve all the administrative tasks of an entrepreneur who will prefer, rightly, to concentrate on the creation or the development of his activity in Spain. Mon entreprise.es through its support, saves time and therefore money for its customers, who can devote themselves 100% to their business. The + also? We are experts in business development and also help our clients acquire their first clients“.

We offer digital solutions from A to Z for the creation of a company in Spain, Andorra and the Canaries

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mon entreprise.es offers many services, which you can also find on the website www.mon entreprise.es, including in particular:

– Self-employment registration (autónomo)
– Company creation SL, comunidad de bienes in Spain, Andorra, ZEC
– Accounting and tax management
– Business consulting, Legal and brand consulting
– Web support (Web design, Web development, SEO)
– Startup coaching and digital projects
– State and European aid funding

The work methodology: flexible, personalized and digital

Through its many services and in close collaboration with you, mon entreprise.es proposes to be your ally in a personalized management of your needs.

Quality and optimal follow-up are the watchwords of my company.es teams who offer rigorous support for the management and development of your activity.

You have questions ? Contact us at www.mon entreprise.es or by email at hola@monentreprise.es.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630674554) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(108) "A permanent contract in a large company: a victory for Rémy’s parents for their autistic son to integrate" ["link"]=> string(151) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/a-permanent-contract-in-a-large-company-a-victory-for-remys-parents-for-their-autistic-son-to-integrate/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 12:37:22 +0000" ["category"]=> string(92) "Business45290autisticBoismorandcompanycontractintegratelargeparentspermanentRémyssonVictory" ["guid"]=> string(151) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/a-permanent-contract-in-a-large-company-a-victory-for-remys-parents-for-their-autistic-son-to-integrate/" ["description"]=> string(80) "When you are the parent of a child with a severe disability, every small step..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5540) "

When you are the parent of a child with a severe disability, every small step is a victory. The one that Rémy Patry recently accomplished is a giant leap.

Diagnosed with “severe atypical autism with delay”, recognized as “80% incapacitated”, this 22-year-old young man from Boismorand was taken on a permanent contract last June in a large cosmetics company, through a work inclusion project.

A diagnostic center in the Loiret to detect autism at the first signs in children

Rémy at his workstation.

Professionally “independent on two shifts” according to his father, Dominique, who constantly followed him with his wife, Danielle, Rémy takes care of, among other things, washing cans or sorting items with bar codes. “He has developed the language and knows how to make himself understood, explains Dominique Patry. He speaks simple sentences and has a good understanding of requests that may be made of him. “

Rémy had started his integration into his company in September 2020, helped by “Living and working differently”. This association works to promote the inclusion of people with autism in the workplace. “He is very well integrated and accepted by all his colleagues,” explains Dominique, whose pride is reflected in his voice.

“Very well integrated”

In his daily life, Rémy enjoys outdoor activities. Regular athlete, he regularly practiced athletics, climbing, cross country, as well as indoor rowing. He even has his first ski star.

The smile that now illuminates the face of young adults has not always been so radiant. That of his parents too, constantly having to keep pace with their son.

In the Loiret, the parents’ fight so that their daughter Ayline, with multiple disabilities, can go to nursery

At the age of 4, Rémy begins to be taken care of by the medical-educational institute (IME) of Nevoy, initially at the rate of two mornings per week.

Gradually, admission is extended to arrive at a five-day boarding school at the IME Cigale in La Ferté-Saint-Aubin from 2012. He is then 13 years old.

At a young age, a lot of time and money are spent so that the child can flourish. He follows two psychotherapy sessions from the age of 2.

The parents try to educate him at the Cuiry nursery school in Gien, but the difficulties will push them very quickly to withdraw the little boy from the establishment.

He passed very close to the psychiatric hospital

Long waiting times follow to find places in specialized establishments. For example, a request for help is made to the special education and home care service. “There was no immediate availability. It took at least a year of waiting,” recalls Dominique.

The slowness of the procedures is all the more felt in the case of a potential admission to the day hospital of Châteauneuf-sur-Loire: between one and two years!

“There is a real delay in France. The waiting lists are enormous to obtain a place in a nursing home. We make files, requests. We sometimes go up to 70 pages to be renewed every six months or all. the years !”

Dominique patry (Rémy’s father)

Supporting Rémy is a joy, but “it’s very exhausting”, confides the dad.

The extenuation peaks between September 2016 to July 2017. Rémy gradually locks himself in and hardly communicates anymore. “He spent his time going around in circles doing his OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder, editor’s note), describes Dominique. Rémy had become a real “zombie”, to the point that his integration into a psychiatric hospital was scheduled for his return from his summer vacation. “

These same summer vacations will ultimately “save” him. After this stay in connection with Social Action, Rémy returns to a different, more fulfilled state of mind. “I had to fight for him to go on vacation”, insists his father, happy with the progress made since by his son.

Rémy’s father confides that his son is in constant need of attention.

Today, Rémy turns out to be “a very cheerful young man who smiles most of the time and is aware of his surroundings “, even if his anxieties can still leave him in the grip of certain anger “which can be very excessive, overwhelming and unpredictable”.

A balance that Dominique and Danielle strive daily to tip in the right direction. Each day is enough its trouble and each victory for Rémy is worth all these efforts.

Thomas derais

.

" } ["summary"]=> string(80) "When you are the parent of a child with a severe disability, every small step..." ["atom_content"]=> string(5540) "

When you are the parent of a child with a severe disability, every small step is a victory. The one that Rémy Patry recently accomplished is a giant leap.

Diagnosed with “severe atypical autism with delay”, recognized as “80% incapacitated”, this 22-year-old young man from Boismorand was taken on a permanent contract last June in a large cosmetics company, through a work inclusion project.

A diagnostic center in the Loiret to detect autism at the first signs in children

Rémy at his workstation.

Professionally “independent on two shifts” according to his father, Dominique, who constantly followed him with his wife, Danielle, Rémy takes care of, among other things, washing cans or sorting items with bar codes. “He has developed the language and knows how to make himself understood, explains Dominique Patry. He speaks simple sentences and has a good understanding of requests that may be made of him. “

Rémy had started his integration into his company in September 2020, helped by “Living and working differently”. This association works to promote the inclusion of people with autism in the workplace. “He is very well integrated and accepted by all his colleagues,” explains Dominique, whose pride is reflected in his voice.

“Very well integrated”

In his daily life, Rémy enjoys outdoor activities. Regular athlete, he regularly practiced athletics, climbing, cross country, as well as indoor rowing. He even has his first ski star.

The smile that now illuminates the face of young adults has not always been so radiant. That of his parents too, constantly having to keep pace with their son.

In the Loiret, the parents’ fight so that their daughter Ayline, with multiple disabilities, can go to nursery

At the age of 4, Rémy begins to be taken care of by the medical-educational institute (IME) of Nevoy, initially at the rate of two mornings per week.

Gradually, admission is extended to arrive at a five-day boarding school at the IME Cigale in La Ferté-Saint-Aubin from 2012. He is then 13 years old.

At a young age, a lot of time and money are spent so that the child can flourish. He follows two psychotherapy sessions from the age of 2.

The parents try to educate him at the Cuiry nursery school in Gien, but the difficulties will push them very quickly to withdraw the little boy from the establishment.

He passed very close to the psychiatric hospital

Long waiting times follow to find places in specialized establishments. For example, a request for help is made to the special education and home care service. “There was no immediate availability. It took at least a year of waiting,” recalls Dominique.

The slowness of the procedures is all the more felt in the case of a potential admission to the day hospital of Châteauneuf-sur-Loire: between one and two years!

“There is a real delay in France. The waiting lists are enormous to obtain a place in a nursing home. We make files, requests. We sometimes go up to 70 pages to be renewed every six months or all. the years !”

Dominique patry (Rémy’s father)

Supporting Rémy is a joy, but “it’s very exhausting”, confides the dad.

The extenuation peaks between September 2016 to July 2017. Rémy gradually locks himself in and hardly communicates anymore. “He spent his time going around in circles doing his OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder, editor’s note), describes Dominique. Rémy had become a real “zombie”, to the point that his integration into a psychiatric hospital was scheduled for his return from his summer vacation. “

These same summer vacations will ultimately “save” him. After this stay in connection with Social Action, Rémy returns to a different, more fulfilled state of mind. “I had to fight for him to go on vacation”, insists his father, happy with the progress made since by his son.

Rémy’s father confides that his son is in constant need of attention.

Today, Rémy turns out to be “a very cheerful young man who smiles most of the time and is aware of his surroundings “, even if his anxieties can still leave him in the grip of certain anger “which can be very excessive, overwhelming and unpredictable”.

A balance that Dominique and Danielle strive daily to tip in the right direction. Each day is enough its trouble and each victory for Rémy is worth all these efforts.

Thomas derais

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630672642) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(84) "François Mazars, Unisys: the risks of ransomware are major and no company is immune" ["link"]=> string(129) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/francois-mazars-unisys-the-risks-of-ransomware-are-major-and-no-company-is-immune/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 11:35:16 +0000" ["category"]=> string(62) "BusinesscompanyFrançoisimmunemajorMazarsransomwarerisksUnisys" ["guid"]=> string(129) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/francois-mazars-unisys-the-risks-of-ransomware-are-major-and-no-company-is-immune/" ["description"]=> string(90) "François Mazars, Unisys: the risks of ransomware are major and no company is immune At..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4965) "

François Mazars, Unisys: the risks of ransomware are major and no company is immune

At the 2021 edition of the FIC, Unisys will present its Cyber ​​Stealth solution and its integration with Cyber ​​Recovery software from Dell EMC. François Mazars, Business Development Senior Manager Security at Unisys considers that the risks of ransomware have become major and no profession or company is immune


Global Security Mag: What are you going to present at the FIC?

François Mazars: We are going to present our cyber Stealth solution and its integration with Cyber ​​Recovery software from Dell EMC. However, we will be in the cyber OT part.

The Unisys Stealth solution is based on machine learning algorithms that identify active network components and their behaviors, thus creating dynamic micro-segments. This helps separate trusted systems, users, and data from those that are not. In fact, this solution reduces the attack surface of companies regardless of the environment.

GS Mag: What will be the theme of your conference this year?

François Mazars: The themes will remain essentially the same as last year: protection of IT / OT / IOT systems thanks to our micro-segmentation / 0 Trust solutions. In addition, we also have a solution developed with Dell which makes it possible to secure backups and thus be able to restore data immediately without reintroducing the virus.

GS Mag: What are the main threats that you have been able to identify in 2021?

François Mazars: This year we have mainly seen a sharp increase in ransomware attacks. These attacks affected not only large companies, but also many medium-sized companies, administrations and even hospitals. These attacks have become widespread. We have also observed more difficult to manage supply chain attacks. However, a solution such as Stealth makes it possible to isolate the attack and avoid a very large scale propagation in the domain of the company and therefore disastrous effects on the business of the company.

GS Mag: What about the needs of companies?

François Mazars: Companies continue to invest in security, but this depends on their maturity.

GS Mag: How is your strategy going to evolve to address these issues?

François Mazars: Unisys is pursuing its development strategy on the European cybersecurity market to position itself with the Stealth solution. It is in this context that we signed a strong partnership with Arrow, which recently became a value-added distributor (DVA or VAR in English) of Unisys Stealth in the EMEA zone.

GS Mag: With the pandemic, teleworking and its security have become essential today. How do you integrate these principles into your business and your offering?

François Mazars: The possibility of securing the connection of teleworkers is an integral part of our offer. Our solution allows to secure the exchanges in the environment of the company by verifying the identity of the person at any time before giving him access to a resource. It isolates and makes invisible the assets of the company of people who do not have the right to access them and encrypts information in transit. This is valid on the company’s LAN, but also in the context of teleworking, where our solution makes it possible to gradually replace the company’s VPNs. This also simplifies the user experience: there is no software to start, the agent on the PC wakes up when a request for access to a company application must be made.

GS Mag: What are your advice in this area, and more generally to limit the risks?

François Mazars: Isolate critical assets and make them invisible from the outside. We can only attack what we see! Micro-segmentation therefore makes it possible to reduce the risks and therefore the impacts of an attack. Organizations also need to think about backups and how to make sure they are secure (virus free!) And in a safe place.

GS Mag: Finally, what message do you want to send to RSSIs?

François Mazars: There are simple solutions that eliminate risk while limiting costs. The risks of ransomware (or other cyberattacks) have become major and no profession or business is spared. We have a unique solution on the market that allows us to respond to these challenges and this has already been demonstrated in very critical sectors.

" } ["summary"]=> string(90) "François Mazars, Unisys: the risks of ransomware are major and no company is immune At..." ["atom_content"]=> string(4965) "

François Mazars, Unisys: the risks of ransomware are major and no company is immune

At the 2021 edition of the FIC, Unisys will present its Cyber ​​Stealth solution and its integration with Cyber ​​Recovery software from Dell EMC. François Mazars, Business Development Senior Manager Security at Unisys considers that the risks of ransomware have become major and no profession or company is immune


Global Security Mag: What are you going to present at the FIC?

François Mazars: We are going to present our cyber Stealth solution and its integration with Cyber ​​Recovery software from Dell EMC. However, we will be in the cyber OT part.

The Unisys Stealth solution is based on machine learning algorithms that identify active network components and their behaviors, thus creating dynamic micro-segments. This helps separate trusted systems, users, and data from those that are not. In fact, this solution reduces the attack surface of companies regardless of the environment.

GS Mag: What will be the theme of your conference this year?

François Mazars: The themes will remain essentially the same as last year: protection of IT / OT / IOT systems thanks to our micro-segmentation / 0 Trust solutions. In addition, we also have a solution developed with Dell which makes it possible to secure backups and thus be able to restore data immediately without reintroducing the virus.

GS Mag: What are the main threats that you have been able to identify in 2021?

François Mazars: This year we have mainly seen a sharp increase in ransomware attacks. These attacks affected not only large companies, but also many medium-sized companies, administrations and even hospitals. These attacks have become widespread. We have also observed more difficult to manage supply chain attacks. However, a solution such as Stealth makes it possible to isolate the attack and avoid a very large scale propagation in the domain of the company and therefore disastrous effects on the business of the company.

GS Mag: What about the needs of companies?

François Mazars: Companies continue to invest in security, but this depends on their maturity.

GS Mag: How is your strategy going to evolve to address these issues?

François Mazars: Unisys is pursuing its development strategy on the European cybersecurity market to position itself with the Stealth solution. It is in this context that we signed a strong partnership with Arrow, which recently became a value-added distributor (DVA or VAR in English) of Unisys Stealth in the EMEA zone.

GS Mag: With the pandemic, teleworking and its security have become essential today. How do you integrate these principles into your business and your offering?

François Mazars: The possibility of securing the connection of teleworkers is an integral part of our offer. Our solution allows to secure the exchanges in the environment of the company by verifying the identity of the person at any time before giving him access to a resource. It isolates and makes invisible the assets of the company of people who do not have the right to access them and encrypts information in transit. This is valid on the company’s LAN, but also in the context of teleworking, where our solution makes it possible to gradually replace the company’s VPNs. This also simplifies the user experience: there is no software to start, the agent on the PC wakes up when a request for access to a company application must be made.

GS Mag: What are your advice in this area, and more generally to limit the risks?

François Mazars: Isolate critical assets and make them invisible from the outside. We can only attack what we see! Micro-segmentation therefore makes it possible to reduce the risks and therefore the impacts of an attack. Organizations also need to think about backups and how to make sure they are secure (virus free!) And in a safe place.

GS Mag: Finally, what message do you want to send to RSSIs?

François Mazars: There are simple solutions that eliminate risk while limiting costs. The risks of ransomware (or other cyberattacks) have become major and no profession or business is spared. We have a unique solution on the market that allows us to respond to these challenges and this has already been demonstrated in very critical sectors.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630668916) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(82) "DoubleVerify acquires Meetrics, a European company specializing in ad verification" ["link"]=> string(129) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/doubleverify-acquires-meetrics-a-european-company-specializing-in-ad-verification/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 08:21:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(75) "BusinessacquirescompanyDoubleVerifyEuropeanMeetricsspecializingverification" ["guid"]=> string(129) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/doubleverify-acquires-meetrics-a-european-company-specializing-in-ad-verification/" ["description"]=> string(108) "This transaction, which strengthens DV’s operations on a global scale, enables the integration of a..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3327) "

This transaction, which strengthens DV’s operations on a global scale, enables the integration of a talented and experienced international team, and the development of lasting relationships with clients.

DoubleVerify (“DV”) (NYSE: DV), a technology platform that analyzes and measures the quality and effectiveness of digital media campaigns, announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Meetrics GmbH (“Meetrics”, the “acquisition”), one of the European leaders in the field of ad verification, headquartered in Berlin. The transaction is carried out entirely in cash. Meetrics’ sales, product and engineering teams will continue to operate from offices located in the EMEA region, expanding DV’s business in this region. The transaction is scheduled to close in the third quarter of 2021. Founded in 2008 in Berlin, Meetrics has become a leading European player in the ad verification field, offering global media quality verification solutions, in particular concerning visibility, fraud as well as brand safety and brand suitability. Meetrics is the only European player to have established official partnerships on ad verification measurement with traditional walled gardens, including Google and Facebook. In addition, Meetrics’ solutions are accredited by the Media Rating Council (MRC), a testament to the strength of its technology and the effectiveness of its products. Today, Meetrics has more than 80 clients in 23 countries in Europe.

“DV’s mission is to make the digital advertising environment more robust, more reliable and more secure, ensuring a high level of transparency for brands around the world so that they can have confidence in their digital investments,” says Mark Zagorski, CEO of DoubleVerify. “To carry out this mission, we carry out permanent checks on all channels, formats, platforms and geographic areas. The agreement with Meetrics is perfectly in line with this approach and reinforces our presence in the EMEA region, through the integration of Meetrics’ experienced sales, product and engineering teams. In addition, this buyout will strengthen relationships with customers and thus help accelerate the growth of our international activities. “

“The entire Meetrics team is thrilled to join forces with DoubleVerify – a growing international company providing state-of-the-art verification solutions,” comments Dr. Philipp von Hilgers, Co-Founder and CEO by Meetrics. “The integration of Meetrics’ technology and expertise into DV will accelerate our efforts to strengthen media quality and performance with major brands in the region. “

“Since 2008, Meetrics has established itself as a leading, European-focused audit company,” concludes Dr Max von Hilgers, Co-Founder and CEO of Meetrics. “Through the integration with DoubleVerify, we plan to evolve our solution to serve our customers even better, while strengthening our positive impact across the ecosystem. “

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This transaction, which strengthens DV’s operations on a global scale, enables the integration of a talented and experienced international team, and the development of lasting relationships with clients.

DoubleVerify (“DV”) (NYSE: DV), a technology platform that analyzes and measures the quality and effectiveness of digital media campaigns, announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Meetrics GmbH (“Meetrics”, the “acquisition”), one of the European leaders in the field of ad verification, headquartered in Berlin. The transaction is carried out entirely in cash. Meetrics’ sales, product and engineering teams will continue to operate from offices located in the EMEA region, expanding DV’s business in this region. The transaction is scheduled to close in the third quarter of 2021. Founded in 2008 in Berlin, Meetrics has become a leading European player in the ad verification field, offering global media quality verification solutions, in particular concerning visibility, fraud as well as brand safety and brand suitability. Meetrics is the only European player to have established official partnerships on ad verification measurement with traditional walled gardens, including Google and Facebook. In addition, Meetrics’ solutions are accredited by the Media Rating Council (MRC), a testament to the strength of its technology and the effectiveness of its products. Today, Meetrics has more than 80 clients in 23 countries in Europe.

“DV’s mission is to make the digital advertising environment more robust, more reliable and more secure, ensuring a high level of transparency for brands around the world so that they can have confidence in their digital investments,” says Mark Zagorski, CEO of DoubleVerify. “To carry out this mission, we carry out permanent checks on all channels, formats, platforms and geographic areas. The agreement with Meetrics is perfectly in line with this approach and reinforces our presence in the EMEA region, through the integration of Meetrics’ experienced sales, product and engineering teams. In addition, this buyout will strengthen relationships with customers and thus help accelerate the growth of our international activities. “

“The entire Meetrics team is thrilled to join forces with DoubleVerify – a growing international company providing state-of-the-art verification solutions,” comments Dr. Philipp von Hilgers, Co-Founder and CEO by Meetrics. “The integration of Meetrics’ technology and expertise into DV will accelerate our efforts to strengthen media quality and performance with major brands in the region. “

“Since 2008, Meetrics has established itself as a leading, European-focused audit company,” concludes Dr Max von Hilgers, Co-Founder and CEO of Meetrics. “Through the integration with DoubleVerify, we plan to evolve our solution to serve our customers even better, while strengthening our positive impact across the ecosystem. “

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630657261) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(45) "Farmers want a farm business valuation method" ["link"]=> string(93) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/farmers-want-a-farm-business-valuation-method/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 06:16:05 +0000" ["category"]=> string(34) "BusinessfarmFarmersmethodvaluation" ["guid"]=> string(93) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/farmers-want-a-farm-business-valuation-method/" ["description"]=> string(88) "After having validated, with the section of rural owners, an agreement on a reform of..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3898) "

After having validated, with the section of rural owners, an agreement on a reform of the tenancy statute, the national section of farmers and sharecroppers of the FNSEA (SNFM) is working on the development of a calculation method allowing more accurately assess the value of the agricultural enterprise, to facilitate transmissions.

The national section of farmers and sharecroppers is working on a calculation method to more accurately assess the value of a farm. (© Pixabay)

TTransmitting the agricultural enterprise in its entirety has been the focus of SNFM, the national section of farmers and sharecroppers of the FNSEA, for several years. If an agreement has been validated with the donors on the reform of the tenancy statute, in particular for facilitate the transmission of all leases to the same farmer, “We need a legislative vehicle to carry it”, regrets Bertrand Lapalus, president of the SNFM. Because the land law promised by Emmanuel Macron will not finally materialize, to the great regret of the farmers, he explained at a press conference on September 2.

“On the eve of this presidential campaign, it is important to insist on this point because the profession is on hold, and we pay the consequences, with some failed installations, complicated transmissions and land grabbing through structures, holdings, ”insists Bertrand Lapalus. The SNFM congress, to be held on September 9 in Paris, will thus be an opportunity to put this point forward.

A fair valuation, to secure the buyer

If the transmission of the operation as a whole is important to have, during installation, “a tool in working order, functioning and generating income rather than recreating everything with each generation”, a fair valuation of the company seems essential “for secure the business of the buyer », Explains the president of the SNFM.

“Today, there are far too many cessations of activity which are based solely on the heritage value of the goods”, he continues. A trend which is accentuated moreover following the health crisis and the influx of people wishing to leave the metropolises and live in the countryside. Conversely, a farm can generate a lot of income but have an obsolete working tool: “excess in both directions leads us to inconsistencies”, notes Bertrand Lapalus. The congress will therefore be an opportunity to reflect on a method to calculate the value of a farm, taking into account both the heritage value and economic value. “A common method, but not unique, because we cannot reproduce identically, in all departments, the same method of calculation,” he adds.

Finally, if there will be no land law at the end of the five-year term, other laws are awaited by the SNFM, such as the bill by deputy Jean-Bernard Sempastous on the control of company shares, which farmers and sharecroppers argue, and that is still being read in parliament.

Within the various legislative vehicles, the SNFM will also be vigilant in the governance of Safer, which must “remain in the hands of the profession”, “it is a tool which has enabled France to keep its family-type agriculture”, notes Bertrand Lapalus.

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After having validated, with the section of rural owners, an agreement on a reform of the tenancy statute, the national section of farmers and sharecroppers of the FNSEA (SNFM) is working on the development of a calculation method allowing more accurately assess the value of the agricultural enterprise, to facilitate transmissions.

The national section of farmers and sharecroppers is working on a calculation method to more accurately assess the value of a farm. (© Pixabay)

TTransmitting the agricultural enterprise in its entirety has been the focus of SNFM, the national section of farmers and sharecroppers of the FNSEA, for several years. If an agreement has been validated with the donors on the reform of the tenancy statute, in particular for facilitate the transmission of all leases to the same farmer, “We need a legislative vehicle to carry it”, regrets Bertrand Lapalus, president of the SNFM. Because the land law promised by Emmanuel Macron will not finally materialize, to the great regret of the farmers, he explained at a press conference on September 2.

“On the eve of this presidential campaign, it is important to insist on this point because the profession is on hold, and we pay the consequences, with some failed installations, complicated transmissions and land grabbing through structures, holdings, ”insists Bertrand Lapalus. The SNFM congress, to be held on September 9 in Paris, will thus be an opportunity to put this point forward.

A fair valuation, to secure the buyer

If the transmission of the operation as a whole is important to have, during installation, “a tool in working order, functioning and generating income rather than recreating everything with each generation”, a fair valuation of the company seems essential “for secure the business of the buyer », Explains the president of the SNFM.

“Today, there are far too many cessations of activity which are based solely on the heritage value of the goods”, he continues. A trend which is accentuated moreover following the health crisis and the influx of people wishing to leave the metropolises and live in the countryside. Conversely, a farm can generate a lot of income but have an obsolete working tool: “excess in both directions leads us to inconsistencies”, notes Bertrand Lapalus. The congress will therefore be an opportunity to reflect on a method to calculate the value of a farm, taking into account both the heritage value and economic value. “A common method, but not unique, because we cannot reproduce identically, in all departments, the same method of calculation,” he adds.

Finally, if there will be no land law at the end of the five-year term, other laws are awaited by the SNFM, such as the bill by deputy Jean-Bernard Sempastous on the control of company shares, which farmers and sharecroppers argue, and that is still being read in parliament.

Within the various legislative vehicles, the SNFM will also be vigilant in the governance of Safer, which must “remain in the hands of the profession”, “it is a tool which has enabled France to keep its family-type agriculture”, notes Bertrand Lapalus.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630649765) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(57) "Champagne. Fire at the Passenaud waste treatment company" ["link"]=> string(103) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/champagne-fire-at-the-passenaud-waste-treatment-company/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 05:13:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(73) "BusinesschampagnécompanyFirefit audMansPassenaudprocessingtreatmentwaste" ["guid"]=> string(103) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/champagne-fire-at-the-passenaud-waste-treatment-company/" ["description"]=> string(82) "A fire occurred this Wednesday 1is September 2021 around 4 p.m., on the site of..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2970) "

A fire occurred this Wednesday 1is September 2021 around 4 p.m., on the site of the company Passenaud Recyclage, in Champagné, east of Le Mans.

A large plume of dark smoke, visible from afar, quickly formed above this company which borders the Le Mans-Connerré axis. “We felt a stubborn odor since Changé, about ten kilometers away”, says a witness.

The fire mobilized many Sarthois firefighters, 70 in total, with 17 intervention vehicles, and a dozen gendarmes. “One of the firefighters was injured, he suffers from a broken tibia”, reports the mayor of the town, Patrick Desmazières, present on the scene.

Measurements were carried out by a specialized team from Sdis (Departmental Fire and Rescue Service) on smoke residues scattered on the ground. “They did not identify any substance presenting a danger to the population, indicated the prefecture of Sarthe in the early evening. It is still advisable, in the event of odor discomfort, to close doors and windows and switch off the ventilation systems. ” The site does not have any nearby dwellings. As a precaution, employees of neighboring companies, Colas and Socamaine, were evacuated.

A fire broke out on the site of the Passenaud company in Champagné, this Wednesday, September 1, without causing any injuries, according to the gendarmerie. © Ouest-France

Slow traffic

The Passenaud company is a waste treatment center that collects and recycles depolluted vehicles. “This is a waste fire, at the level of vehicle carcasses”, specifies the gendarmerie. The thesis of accidental origin is privileged. A car battery could have caused the fire to start. “The burning pile was separated in two, to preserve the industrial tool, continues the mayor of Champagné. Staff should not be technically unemployed. There will be a lot of cleaning up to do. “

The D223 road which borders the Passenaud company was not cut by the gendarmerie. Traffic was nevertheless somewhat slowed down in the Le Mans-Connerré direction. At around 5:45 p.m., tall flames were still rising from the blaze. At 8:20 p.m., the incident was “Not fully mastered, but under the control of the firefighters, who will continue their action during the night”, reassures the prefecture.

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A fire occurred this Wednesday 1is September 2021 around 4 p.m., on the site of the company Passenaud Recyclage, in Champagné, east of Le Mans.

A large plume of dark smoke, visible from afar, quickly formed above this company which borders the Le Mans-Connerré axis. “We felt a stubborn odor since Changé, about ten kilometers away”, says a witness.

The fire mobilized many Sarthois firefighters, 70 in total, with 17 intervention vehicles, and a dozen gendarmes. “One of the firefighters was injured, he suffers from a broken tibia”, reports the mayor of the town, Patrick Desmazières, present on the scene.

Measurements were carried out by a specialized team from Sdis (Departmental Fire and Rescue Service) on smoke residues scattered on the ground. “They did not identify any substance presenting a danger to the population, indicated the prefecture of Sarthe in the early evening. It is still advisable, in the event of odor discomfort, to close doors and windows and switch off the ventilation systems. ” The site does not have any nearby dwellings. As a precaution, employees of neighboring companies, Colas and Socamaine, were evacuated.

A fire broke out on the site of the Passenaud company in Champagné, this Wednesday, September 1, without causing any injuries, according to the gendarmerie. © Ouest-France

Slow traffic

The Passenaud company is a waste treatment center that collects and recycles depolluted vehicles. “This is a waste fire, at the level of vehicle carcasses”, specifies the gendarmerie. The thesis of accidental origin is privileged. A car battery could have caused the fire to start. “The burning pile was separated in two, to preserve the industrial tool, continues the mayor of Champagné. Staff should not be technically unemployed. There will be a lot of cleaning up to do. “

The D223 road which borders the Passenaud company was not cut by the gendarmerie. Traffic was nevertheless somewhat slowed down in the Le Mans-Connerré direction. At around 5:45 p.m., tall flames were still rising from the blaze. At 8:20 p.m., the incident was “Not fully mastered, but under the control of the firefighters, who will continue their action during the night”, reassures the prefecture.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1630645992) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(76) "Nerual, a Mayenne sports equipment manufacturer, has PSG among its customers" ["link"]=> string(122) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/nerual-a-mayenne-sports-equipment-manufacturer-has-psg-among-its-customers/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Harry Rivers" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Fri, 03 Sep 2021 04:40:52 +0000" ["category"]=> string(65) "BusinessamongcustomersequipmentmanufacturerMayenneNerualPSGsports" ["guid"]=> string(122) "https://brandnewstores.com/business/2021/09/03/nerual-a-mayenne-sports-equipment-manufacturer-has-psg-among-its-customers/" ["description"]=> string(90) "It is a Mayenne company that works with the biggest football clubs. The Nerual company,..." ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3307) "

It is a Mayenne company that works with the biggest football clubs. The Nerual company, based in Cossé-le-Vivien, has been manufacturing sports equipment, goals but also touch shelters for 30 years. She made a name for herself in the world of sport, in particular thanks to an invention: the shoe scraper. A tool that has since won over many football clubs.

Customers like PSG or Juventus Turin

Nerual is a Mayenne company well known to Ligue 1 football clubs and other first division clubs in Europe, such as Juventus Turin, thanks to one of its flagship products: the scraper for cleats. “My father invented this product, he was a soccer coach and he was tired of coming into the locker room at half time with muddy shoes all over the place“, recalls Aurélien Laurent, who succeeded his father at the head of Nerual. This tool was sold this year for example to Stade Rennais, but also to Paris-Saint-Germain last year.” We work a lot with the communities too, so we sell a hundred to the city of Lyon and Toulouse. For example, we will be working last week for the Stade Français, which installed batteries. [00:00:42][24.5]

The land belongs to the communities so we work at 85% only for the communities.
Aurélien Laurent, manager of Nerual

Nerual also manufactures side shelters that can be found on some training grounds of Ligue 1 clubs. They have been installed, for example, on the grounds of Stade Rennais, Marseille, Lyon, or Paris Saint-Germain. “We also have them at Stade Lavallois, on the training grounds, but not on the main field “, describes Aurélien Laurent.

The Nerual company works 85% with local authorities, in particular for the installation of sports equipment.
Nerual

The health crisis has had consequences on the activity of the company, which works with local communities. “Communities had to free up the budget because of the health crisis, so they gave less money for sports facilities“, emphasizes the manager of Nerual. Thanks to the sale of six multi-sports grounds to the municipality of Ombrée-d’Anjou, in Maine-et-Loire, the company did not experience a drop in turnover in 2021. It is a kind of “citypark where you can play football or basketball or handball in an area that is completely closed, with a synthetic lawn on the ground“, describes Aurélien Laurent.”This large file represents 20% of turnover“, he affirms. The manager of Nerual is confident for next year because the order book is”already well filled“.

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It is a Mayenne company that works with the biggest football clubs. The Nerual company, based in Cossé-le-Vivien, has been manufacturing sports equipment, goals but also touch shelters for 30 years. She made a name for herself in the world of sport, in particular thanks to an invention: the shoe scraper. A tool that has since won over many football clubs.

Customers like PSG or Juventus Turin

Nerual is a Mayenne company well known to Ligue 1 football clubs and other first division clubs in Europe, such as Juventus Turin, thanks to one of its flagship products: the scraper for cleats. “My father invented this product, he was a soccer coach and he was tired of coming into the locker room at half time with muddy shoes all over the place“, recalls Aurélien Laurent, who succeeded his father at the head of Nerual. This tool was sold this year for example to Stade Rennais, but also to Paris-Saint-Germain last year.” We work a lot with the communities too, so we sell a hundred to the city of Lyon and Toulouse. For example, we will be working last week for the Stade Français, which installed batteries. [00:00:42][24.5]

The land belongs to the communities so we work at 85% only for the communities.
Aurélien Laurent, manager of Nerual

Nerual also manufactures side shelters that can be found on some training grounds of Ligue 1 clubs. They have been installed, for example, on the grounds of Stade Rennais, Marseille, Lyon, or Paris Saint-Germain. “We also have them at Stade Lavallois, on the training grounds, but not on the main field “, describes Aurélien Laurent.

The Nerual company works 85% with local authorities, in particular for the installation of sports equipment.
Nerual

The health crisis has had consequences on the activity of the company, which works with local communities. “Communities had to free up the budget because of the health crisis, so they gave less money for sports facilities“, emphasizes the manager of Nerual. Thanks to the sale of six multi-sports grounds to the municipality of Ombrée-d’Anjou, in Maine-et-Loire, the company did not experience a drop in turnover in 2021. It is a kind of “citypark where you can play football or basketball or handball in an area that is completely closed, with a synthetic lawn on the ground“, describes Aurélien Laurent.”This large file represents 20% of turnover“, he affirms. The manager of Nerual is confident for next year because the order book is”already well filled“.

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