Company Names Nick Adams as Vice President of Sales BOSTON and LONDON, Aug. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Globalization Partners, which simplifies global business by enabling companies to hire talent in 180+ countries without the complexity of setting up international branch offices or subsidiaries, has unveiled plans to expand its sales team across the EMEA region. The […]"Globalization Partners Launches Revenue Team in EMEA"
Nick Adams est nommé directeur général adjoint des ventes BOSTON et LONDRES, 11 août 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Globalization Partners, qui simplifie le commerce international en permettant aux sociétés d’embaucher des talents dans plus de 180 pays sans passer par la création complexe de succursales ou de filiales, a dévoilé les projets d’expansion de ses ventes dans la région EMEA. […]"Globalization Partners lance son équipe Chiffre d’affaires dans la région EMEA"
The Nakuru County Governor, Lee Kinyanjui has warned that stigmatisation of people who have either recovered from Covid-19 or are suspected to have contracted the disease is becoming one of the major challenges in managing spread of the pandemic. Kinyanjui cited a case where three shopkeepers declined to serve a customer whose wife had been diagnosed with COVID-19 and second incident of a landlord who issued an eviction notice to a family after two of…"Stop Stigmatisation Of Covid-19 Victims, Pleads Governor"
The Turkana County Executive Committee Member for Health and Sanitation, Jane Ajele has flagged off supplies of drugs to run the county for the next four to six months. According to Ajele, the consignment received was from an order placed in June to cater for routine health care needs at the cost of Sh.20,686,243 and for Universal Health Coverage (UHC) worth Sh.64, 398, 368. The CEC said that the supplies were meant to cushion the…"Turkana Receives Sh84 Million Supply Of Drugs"
Jobless youths in Kisii County have been urged to venture into small scale farming in a bid to sustain themselves during the global Covid-19 pandemic. Speaking on Monday at Nyanchwa area in Kitutu Central Sub County during a poultry farming supervisory exercise, a Private Veterinary consultant, Ben Omari said it was time youth utilized any land available to do small scale farming and graduate into large scale when opportunity avails itself. Omari said impact of…"Jobless Youths Urged To Venture Into Small Scale Farming"
Service (KWS) has disbursed Sh.95.6 million as compensation to victims of human-wildlife conflicts in Makueni. The Makueni County Commissioner (CC), Maalim Mohammed said the compensation was paid out to 45 families for wildlife attacks reported between 2014 and 2016. Maalim said of the total cases, 18 were deaths while 27 were injuries. “Each family that lost a member received Sh.5million totaling to Sh.90 million while the rest were paid Sh.5.6 million for injuries inflicted by…"KWS Pays Sh.98.5 Million To Victims Of Wildlife Attacks"