– Advertisement – Representative Lucy McBath, the Democratic gun control and racial justice activist, is favored to win re-election in the Sixth Congressional District against Karen Handel, whom she narrowly beat in 2018. And in the Seventh Congressional District, which was once solidly red, Carolyn Bourdeaux, a Democrat, faces Rich McCormick, a physician and former Marine helicopter pilot, for a seat held by Representative Rob Woodall, a Republican who is retiring. Polls closed at 7 p.m. in Georgia, where there are two competitive House races in the Atlanta suburbs and two competitive Senate races — a sign of the increasingly competitive nature of a once-solidly red state that is now up for grabs.Recent polls show Joseph R. Biden Jr. with a slight edge in the state against President Trump. Two well-funded Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, are running competitive races for both of the state’s Senate seats.- Advertisement –
Rangers vs Hamilton – Sunday, 3pmRangers team news to followHamilton team news to followKey stat: Motherwell are winless in 15 league matches against Celtic (D3 L11), losing each of the last six in succession.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated live match blog, with free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 2-0 The on-loan Bristol City forward – who was due to remain at Pittodrie until January 31 – has been ruled out for up to 10 weeks, meaning he misses Friday night’s clash with Hibernian for starters.Dylan McGeouch and Jonny Hayes are both out with groin problems, but Hayes has been given a boost with news he should only be out of action for three weeks.Hibs boss Jack Ross will be without Lewis Stevenson for the trip north.- Advertisement – Team news, stats and predictions for the latest round of the Scottish Premiership.Aberdeen vs Hibernian – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Marley Watkins may have played his last game for Aberdeen after suffering a serious hamstring injury.- Advertisement – How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 1-1Ross County vs Livingston – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Connor Randall is out of Ross County’s home Premiership clash with Livingston on Friday night.The Staggies defender sustained a hamstring injury against Dundee United last week.Callum Morris and Ross Draper (both calf) are still struggling.Livingston manager Gary Holt has no fresh injury concerns.Holt could make changes after his side suffered a third consecutive defeat against Motherwell last week.Defender Alan Lithgow (hip) and midfielder Keaghan Jacobs (foot) remain long-term absentees.Key stat: Ross County won their last home league meeting with Livingston 2-0 in February 2020 courtesy of a Billy Mckay double.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-0St Mirren vs Dundee United – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: St Mirren’s squad have been released from quarantine as they prepare for their first Scottish Premiership game in over a month.The Buddies were forced to postpone their clashes with Motherwell and Hamilton after a Covid-19 outbreak, but Jim Goodwin’s team are back in training ahead of Friday night’s Paisley showdown with Dundee United.St Mirren could hand debuts to new signings Jake Doyle-Hayes and Brandon Mason, but Ryan Flynn is still short of fitness despite rejoining his team-mates after a long-term knee injury.Marc McNulty is back in contention for Dundee United.The striker, on loan from Reading, returned to training after recovering from a hamstring strain which kept him out of the win over Ross County last weekend.Defender Mark Connolly will resume training on Monday as he manages a knee problem.Key stat: This will be St Mirren’s first home game against Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership since a 1-1 draw in January 2015; the Buddies have only won one of their last 14 home games against the Tangerines in the top flight (D6 L7), a 4-1 victory in December 2013How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-1St Johnstone vs Kilmarnock – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Guy Melamed is set to be involved for St Johnstone when they take on Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Friday.The deadline-day signing is yet to feature for his new club, but boss Callum Davidson said this week the Israeli forward had impressed him in a practice game.St Johnstone are playing for the first time in a fortnight after Hibernian – their scheduled opponents last weekend – were involved in Scottish Cup action.Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer has no fresh injury concerns.Defender Clevid Dikamona remains on the sidelines for the visitors, who have lost their last two matches.The centre-back sustained ligament damage after landing awkwardly against Hibs last month.Key stat: St Johnstone have won both of their last two league games against Kilmarnock; they last beat them in three consecutive top-flight encounters back in March 2013 under Steve Lomas.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 1-0Motherwell vs Celtic – Sunday, 12pm live on Sky Sports FootballMotherwell team news to followCeltic team news to followKey stat: Motherwell are winless in 15 league matches against Celtic (D3 L11), losing each of the last six in succession.How to watch: Watch Motherwell vs Celtic live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event from 11am; Kick-off 12pm. Follow the action with our dedicated live match blog including in-game clips, with free match highlights published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-2 Sunday 8th November 11:00am Kick off 12:00pm The defender has been sidelined for up to six weeks with an ankle knock.Scott Allan remains unavailable due to a health issue.Key stat: Aberdeen are unbeaten in eight home league games against Hibernian (W5 D3) since a 1-2 reverse in May 2012 under Craig Brown.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
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macOS Big Sur is now out. The new macOS update, which is the biggest one of 2020, brings a series of new features to Mac machines. It comes with an updated menu bar that is more translucent than ever and provides a wider display area. You’ll also get full-height sidebars, redesigned Dock with updated app icons, and an updated Control Centre. All these changes make macOS 11 Big Sur a major refresh over the earlier macOS versions. Additionally, the macOS Big Sur update includes updates to preloaded Messages, Maps, and Safari apps. Apple has also provided enhancements specifically for the M1 chip.macOS Big Sur featuresAnnounced at WWDC 2020 in June, macOS Big Sur is now available to download and brings the updated menu bar that extends your desktop picture edge to edge and comes with the ability to hide buttons and controls when not in use. There is also the redesigned Dock that puts more emphasis on the desktop wallpaper by adding further transparency. The Dock additionally includes symmetrical app icons. Further, the macOS 11 Big Sur update brings the new Control Centre with customisations and an updated Notification Centre with redesigned notifications.- Advertisement – Are iPhone 12 mini, HomePod mini the Perfect Apple Devices for India? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below. – Advertisement – In terms of compatibility, macOS Big Sur is available for free download on a range of Mac machines. You can check the complete list below.MacBook – 2015 and later modelsMacBook Air – 2013 and later modelsMacBook Pro – late 2013 and later modelsMac mini – 2014 and later modelsiMac – 2014 and later modelsiMac Pro – 2017 and later modelsMac Pro – 2013 and later modelsHow to download and install macOS Big SurApple normally seeds macOS updates automatically. However, you can check for the macOS Big Sur update manually by going to System Preferences > Software Update after going into the Apple menu from the top-left corner of your screen. You can also find the update by visiting the About This Mac option from the Apple menu and then clicking the Software Update button. Alternatively, you can download macOS Big Sur directly from the Mac App Store.It is recommended to back up your data and free up some space before beginning the update process.- Advertisement – In addition to the new interface-level changes, macOS Big Sur comes with the upgraded Safari browser that offers not only extensive personalisation with customisable start page and iCloud Tabs but also improves performance with support for WebExtensions API and optimised power consumption.The pre-installed Messages app on macOS Big Sur also includes features such as pin conversations, group photos, and enhanced search functionality. Apple has also improved Maps with a redesigned interface and features including curated guides and indoor maps.macOS 11 Big Sur also set the pitch for the Apple silicon that was unveiled just earlier this week and is coming to the market through the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini next week. It comes with Universal app support for apps based on ARM architecture as well as includes Rosetta 2 translation tech for traditional, Intel x86-supporting apps. There is also support for running iOS and iPadOS apps. Moreover, the new macOS update brings new fonts for India, with 20 new document fonts and upgrades to 18 existing fonts.macOS Big Sur compatibility- Advertisement –
Ron Brownstein/Atlantic:Democrats’ 2024 Problem Is Already ClearJoe Biden succeeded in bridging his party’s past and future coalitions—but the challenges of future elections are daunting.That stark contrast—between Biden’s resounding popular-vote victory and his narrow win in crucial swing states—encapsulates the challenge Democrats will likely face in the coming decade. Biden’s victory underscores how Democrats now represent a larger coalition than Republicans do: It marks the seventh time in the past eight presidential elections that Democrats have won the popular vote, an unprecedented feat since the formation of the modern party system in 1828. But combined with Republican gains in the House of Representatives and Democrats’ inability to win any Senate seats in the states that backed Donald Trump, the close swing-state results illustrate why it may be extremely difficult for that majority coalition to consistently exercise its power in the years ahead. Politico:How Biden swung the religious voteTrump’s team thought religious-minded voters would save him in key states. They now appear to have turned away just enough for him to lose.For months, President Donald Trump’s top aides and religious allies dismissed his softening support with white evangelicals and Catholic voters as a polling fluke — another media-spun narrative intended to frighten the incumbent Republican and his top donors. No president had ever done more for these demographics, they claimed, pointing to the unfettered access many conservative Christian groups had to the Trump administration and the influence they wielded over policy priorities and judicial nominees. xKind of funny how Dems are the ones who are supposed to “reform their strategy” when we’re the ones who got the highest % of the vote against an incumbent since 1932 and flipped states we haven’t won on a Prez level since the 1990s.— Alec (@alecbwhite) November 13, 2020WaPo: xOkay we are getting started with our focus group. Follow along on this thread.— Danny Barefoot (@dannybarefoot) November 10, 2020 “You can look at the polls but at the end of the day, the president will perform very well with Catholic voters because he has delivered for them in so many ways,” senior Trump campaign adviser Mercedes Schlapp, a Catholic herself, said in an interview just days before the election. – Advertisement – xNEW: Using bold letters, CISA (which is part of DHS), says, “there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.”A full throated response to unverifiable allegations raised by the President and his allies about votes.— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) November 12, 2020Jed Shugerman/WaPo: The lawsuits may prove to be the best way to legitimize President-elect Joe Biden’s victory and draw to a close years of bogus complaints about voter fraud. The lack of merit in the legal complaints means they will be dead on arrival in the courts, and while the resounding rejection of Trump’s fantasies by judges will not persuade his fiercest loyalists, it will prevent conspiracy theories from spreading. xCases nationwide are trending up more quickly than at any point in the pandemic. Today’s 7-day average—nearly 130k—is 54k more than two weeks ago, a growth of 71%. pic.twitter.com/S4LUBzWW66— The COVID Tracking Project (@COVID19Tracking) November 13, 2020 xEvery person here thinks Biden will be inaugurated and the transition of power will be peaceful. They don’t seem to like Trump’s antics but also don’t view it as a very big deal. I think that has been an ongoing problem in opposing Trump.— Danny Barefoot (@dannybarefoot) November 10, 2020Greg Sargent/WaPo:Trump is now sabotaging the transition. Democrats have a way to fight back.The election is over: Joe Biden won. Even Karl Rove now admits President Trump’s legal challenges won’t reverse the results. GOP state legislators are leaking word that they won’t facilitate the Hail Mary of appointing a rogue slate of electors in defiance of their state’s popular vote. The claims of fraud are imploding.Yet with Trump still refusing to concede, the administration’s sabotaging of the transition continues. So Democrats must crank up the pressure on the administration to drop its blockade, for the good of the transition itself and to prevent such tactics from being normalized. xAnd no indication the president is the least bit interested in looking up from his own fantasies & grievances to do anything about it, or that any Congressional Republican is pressuring him to do so. Total abandonment of American people at a moment of crisis. AWOL under fire. https://t.co/2q2fJjUcZs— Ronald Brownstein (@RonBrownstein) November 13, 2020If you think distributing vaccine will be easy, watch how difficult it s to distribute a playstation 5 (and at room temperature, at that).- Advertisement – Trump’s legal challenges to the election will help DemocratsRejection in courts of Trump’s spurious claims will help legitimize Biden’s victory – Advertisement – How Biden aims to amp up the government’s fight against climate changeA new administration would enlist departments like Transportation, Agriculture and Treasury to advance its climate goalsPresident-elect Joe Biden is poised to embed action on climate change across the breadth of the federal government, from the departments of Agriculture to Treasury to State — expanding it beyond environmental agencies to speed U.S. efforts to mitigate global warming and to acknowledge that the problem touches many aspects of American life.The far-reaching strategy is aimed at making significant cuts in greenhouse gas emissions even without congressional action, by maximizing executive authority.For those of you with the stomach for it, here’s what trump voting late deciders thought:- Advertisement – xIt seems obvious to me COVID was a net political positive for Biden but maybe just less cut and dry than we initially thought. Some people agree with him but didn’t prioritize it when voting. Other liked his take more than Trump’s but were still nervous about more lockdowns.— Danny Barefoot (@dannybarefoot) November 10, 2020 It is also a bad idea, as a general matter, to object to election law litigation: In two years, or four years — and possibly in two months in Georgia — the shoe may be on the other foot. It would look hypocritical to condemn the very idea of challenging an election result now, only to turn around and do so in different (albeit more legitimate) circumstances. xTruly staggering to see the party that gutted Voting Rights Act, sabotaged USPS, closed polling places, purged voters, attacked mail voting, tried to throw out ballots & fabricated evidence under oath accuse the other side of cheating— Ari Berman (@AriBerman) November 11, 2020Tim Alberta/Politico:Three Reasons Biden Flipped the MidwestTrump gave away his gains with key groups from four years ago and Biden reclaimed lost Democratic groundFour years ago, Trump won the presidency on the margin of three states—Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania—by a combined 77,744 votes. It was, to use poker terminology, an “inside straight,” the sort of hand that seemingly comes together more by luck than by skill.The story isn’t that Trump’s luck appears to have run out. The story is that Biden is poised to beat him with the same exact hand. In the end, surveys of early voters and exit polls showed they may have been the difference in his loss.Between 47 percent and 50 percent of Catholic voters supported Trump — a small decline from 2016, but enough to cost him the Rust Belt states that mattered most to his path to victory. Nationally, the president carried white Catholics by a 15-point margin, according to AP/VoteCast data, marking a significant decline from his 33-point margin of victory over Hillary Clinton four years ago. Here’s the latest. Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administration, still hasn’t signed the official letter that would allow the incoming Biden team to formally begin the transition.
The Arizona win puts Biden, already the president-elect, at 290 Electoral College votes, while Donald Trump has 217, with Georgia and North Carolina still to be called. Biden leads in Georgia and Trump in North Carolina. If those leads hold, as they are expected to do, the final result will be 306 to 232.This gives Trump one more piece of bad news to stew and fume over, and will likely remind him of his rage at Fox News for its election night call. And it highlights that Biden has won big. This wasn’t a squeaker, it was a big win both in the popular vote and the Electoral College.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
– Advertisement – During that his period, the company was able to make use of Alibaba’s e-commerce expertise and logistics scale to shift its sales to the internet.Tapping on livestreaming- Advertisement – In the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, China’s consumers are spending less time on the shopping process — but they’re spending more money than before, according to a CEO of an Alibaba-owned company.Chinese shoppers are particularly willing to pay a lot of money on luxury goods and cosmetics, Chen Xiaodong, CEO of InTime, said Tuesday. His remarks came during CNBC’s annual East Tech West conference, which is being held this year both remotely and on the ground in the Nansha district of Guangzhou, China.InTime is one of the largest department store operators in China and was acquired by tech juggernaut Alibaba in 2017.- Advertisement – Chen Xiaodong, VP of Alibaba and CEO of InTime speaks with CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal at the opening remarks of the CNBC East Tech West conference in Nansha, Guangzhou on November 17, 2020 in China.Zhong Zhi | Getty Images InTime used Alibaba’s livestreaming platform, Taobao Live, to increase the number of streams where viewers had the option to directly place orders on Intime’s online store. Several thousand sales associates from the physical stores were said to have been registered as livestreaming hosts to facilitate the streams.Chen explained that InTime was already tapping into the trends around online shopping such as livestreaming before the pandemic hit. The virus merely sped up “the digitalization procedure for the physical stores,” he said.With the pandemic now relatively under control in China, customers are slow to return to physical stores due to safety considerations, Chen explained. He added that sales have recovered from a year ago and about 20% of it is coming from the internet at the moment.Still, InTime has no plans to push customers in any one direction — either to the physical stores or the online store. It depends on people’s habits, according to Chen. But he pointed out that livestreaming had its benefits where a sales associate could potentially serve a thousand or 10,000 people concurrently through the stream whereas in the physical store they can only serve a handful of customers at any given time.“So, it’s very convenient,” Chen said.China’s retail sales for October continued on an upward trajectory, rising 4.3% year-on-year as more consumers opened up their wallets. Though the figure missed analysts’ expectations, it was still growing at a faster pace than September’s 3.3% increase. “Consumer intention is still there. The people want to spend more money compared with last year but the time they spend on a shopping journey (has shortened),” he told CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal at the opening remarks of the conference.Earlier this year, InTime temporarily shut 65 of its stores for a number of weeks as China went into lockdown to tackle the pandemic. – Advertisement –
NMPF statement supporting USDA movehttp://nmpf.org/latest-news/press-releases/may-2008/nmpf-statement-in-support-of-usda-decision-to-end-use-of-downer- “To maintain consumer confidence in the food supply, eliminate further misunderstanding of the rule and, ultimately, to make a positive impact on the humane handling of cattle, I believe it is sound policy to simplify this matter by initiating a complete ban on the slaughter of downer cattle that go down after initial inspection,” Schafer said in his announcement. Schafer said closing the loophole would affect relatively few cattle. Of nearly 34 million cattle that were slaughtered last year, fewer than 1,000 animals that were reinspected by government veterinarians were approved for slaughter, he reported. Sen. Herb Kohl, D-Wis., chairman of the Agriculture Appropriations subcommittee, was among several lawmakers who welcomed Schafer’s announcement. The move to keep disabled cattle out of the food supply began as a defense against bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, and its human counterpart. The discovery of the first US BSE case in late 2003 prompted the USDA to announce a ban on downers in January 2004. But the agency made an exception for cattle that become disabled after their preslaughter inspection by a USDA veterinarian, if a second inspection shows that the problem is something that doesn’t affect food safety, such as a broken leg. “A strictly enforceable downer ban will eliminate confusion and move the ball forward on food safety and humane standards, while restoring consumer faith in a vital American sector,” he said in a statement. May 21, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – In a move to bolster consumer confidence in the safety of US beef and prevent mistreatment of cattle, Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer yesterday announced plans to close a regulatory loophole that permits some disabled cattle to be used for food. The American Meat Institute and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) issued statements yesterday applauding the move. Those two groups, along with the National Meat Association, had petitioned the USDA in April to make the ban complete, saying this would help boost US beef exports, among other benefits. May 20 USDA announcement of plan to ban downer cattle from the food supply Wayne Pacelle, president of the HSUS, praised the move and suggested that USDA inspectors immediately change their practices to match its intent. “The decision to ban all non-ambulatory cattle from slaughter will positively impact the humane handling of cattle by reducing the incentive to send marginally weakened cattle to market,” Schafer said. “Cattle producers, transporters and slaughter establishments alike will be encouraged to enhance humane handling practices, as there will no longer be any market for cattle that are too weak to rise or walk on their own.” The processing of downer cattle into food lurched into the spotlight in January, when undercover videotaping by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) showed workers at a California slaughterhouse using forklifts, electric prods, and water sprays to try to move disabled dairy cows. The revelations led to the recall of 143 million pounds of beef by Hallmark/Westland meat Co. of Chino, Calif., the largest beef recall in US history. “Consumer confidence is tied to perceptions about the quality and safety of animals in the food supply,” the NMPF statement said. “This clarification of the rules preventing nonamubulatory cattle from entering the food chain is a necessary development as much for what it says about consumer perception as its impact on food safety.” Asserting that the current rules contributed to the abuses at the Hallmark/Westland plant, Pacelle said in a statement yesterday, “This is long-anticipated but welcome news. For too long, sick and crippled animals have been allowed into the food supply, putting consumers at risk and subjecting injured and sick animals to needless torment.” See also: Schafer said the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) would propose a rule to ban the slaughter of all nonambulatory, or “downer,” cattle for food, aiming to implement it within a few months. Meat industry groups’ petition to the USDAhttp://www.meatami.com/ht/a/GetDocumentAction/i/11881 He added, “We hope the USDA broadens the rule to include auction houses, to require immediate euthanasia of downers and to apply the rule to pigs and other livestock, not just cattle.” Closure of the loophole had been sought by industry groups, lawmakers, and the HSUS, and Schafer’s announcement met a chorus of approval.
CNTB has published a list of fairs where it plans to participate in 2018.Compared to 2017, Mostar will be abolished, and after a 3-year break, a performance at the MATKA fair in Helsinki is planned again. The costs of arranging the current design of the stand are lower by 17% compared to 2017 (in Madrid by 7%), and from the ITB in Berlin, the CNTB will have a new design of the stand. The CNTB expects the announcement of the prices of arranging stands with a new design at the beginning of December.By the way, last month, in accordance with the public tender, was selected a new concept and creative solution appearances of the CNTB at fairs that will be used at fair appearances in the next few years. Selected work Connecting diversity and openness (No. 07) as a key element of recognizability, he proposes an effective “floating” exhibition of photographs within the maximally purified exhibition space. The potential change of types of photographs depending on the exhibition priorities (fair topics) enables a relatively simple and effective intervention in the exhibition space, which still requires additional attention when choosing photographs. The well-organized space, clearly zoned according to the requirements, fits different stand sizes and is easily applicable in different situations stand out from the HDD.For stands in the first half of the year, where there is no known price of rent and / or renovation, and it is necessary to report them as soon as possible, the CNTB provides estimates of the cost of co-exhibition to facilitate cost planning:MATKA Helsinki, tourist fair for business and general public, January 18-21.1.2018, 1.750: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: around € 2.450; larger co-exhibition space with VAT: about € XNUMXITB Berlin, tourist fair for business audiences, March 7-11.3.2018, 4.300. – new stand design: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: around € 6.100; larger co-exhibition space with VAT: about € XNUMXMITT Moscow, tourist fair for business audiences, March 13-15.3.2018, 4.360: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: around € 6.100; larger co-exhibition space with VAT: about € XNUMXMAP Paris, tourist fair for business and general public, March 15-18.3.2018, 4.770: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: around € 6.680; larger co-exhibition space with VAT: around € XNUMXATM Dubai, tourist fair for business audiences, April 22-25.4.2018, 6.080: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: about $ 8.500; larger co-exhibit with VAT: about $ XNUMXIMEX Frankfurt, congress fair for business audiences, 15-17.5.2018 May 9.150 – new stand design: estimate of the total cost of a small co-exhibition space with VAT: around € XNUMXThe CNTB emphasizes that for the autumn fairs that have not yet been held in 2017 (Rimini, London, Barcelona and Paris), rental prices, decoration prices and exact dates for 2018 are not known.All information about the fairs, as well as the conditions and lease can be found here: HTZ FAIRS 2018 Related news: NEW CONCEPT AND CREATIVE SOLUTION FOR CNTB’S APPEARANCE AT FAIRS SELECTED
Kristian Šustar, former member of the Management Board of the hotel company HUP-Zagreb dd and President of the Management Board of the Hotel Dubrovačka rivijera dd, from 1.7.2018. took over the position of development director of Uniline, the largest Croatian tour operator.Shustar has more than 20 years of experience in leading positions in the hotel industry. He started his career at the Bonavia Hotel, continued at the Adriatic Luxury Hotels, then at Adria Resorts, Maistra, Dubrovnik Riviera Hotels and HUP-Zagreb, where he held leading positions and managed key projects aimed at the growth and development of companies and destinations. do business.”We expect that Kristian Šustar, with his acquired knowledge and experience in domestic and international projects, will provide a significant contribution and encouragement to further development and diversification of business processes and activities of Uniline.”, Boris Žgomba, President of the Management Board and co-owner of Uniline, emphasized on this occasion.By the way, Kristian Šustar has been active in the work and activities of tourist boards at the local, county and national level for many years. In the Croatian National Tourist Board, he was a member of the Tourist Board for two terms, while since April 2016 he has been the President of the Supervisory Board of the Croatian National Tourist Board. From December 2009 to April 2016, he chaired the Croatian Hotel Employers ‘Association (UPUHH), the national hoteliers’ association. Related news:UNILINE OPENS NEW BUSINESS HEADQUARTERS AND PRESENTS NEW BUSINESS PHILOSOPHY