Investec Limited (INVEST.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Financial sector has released it’s 2014 interim results for the half year.For more information about Investec Limited (INVEST.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Investec Limited (INVEST.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Investec Limited (INVEST.bw) 2014 interim results for the half year.Company ProfileInvestec (Botswana) Limited is a regional subsidiary of an international specialist banking and asset management group. Its financial service offering comprises six business divisions: asset management, wealth and investment, property, private banking, investment banking and capital markets. The Wealth and Investment division of Investec (Botswana) Limited specialises in wealth management, portfolio management, private office and stockbroking services for individuals, families, trusts and charities. The Specialist Banking division manages principle investments and property investments, as well as corporate and institutional banking which includes treasury and trading services, specialised lending, funds and debt capital markets, institutional research, sales and trading, and advisory and equity capital markets. The Private Banking division offers products and solutions for transactional banking, foreign exchange, lending, deposits and investments.
Enterprise Group Limited (EGL.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Enterprise Group Limited (EGL.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Enterprise Group Limited (EGL.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Enterprise Group Limited (EGL.gh) 2015 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileEnterprise Group Limited is a leading financial services and insurance group in Ghana. The company operates in 6 segments; non-life assurance, life assurance, pension administration, real estate, funeral services and investments. Enterprise Group Limited offers an extensive portfolio of products and services ranging from funeral finance and family income protection to micro insurance, corporate risk, fidelity guarantee, cash-in-safe, home and personal assets protection and product liability insurance policies. Enterprise Group Limited also assists with pension fund management and real estate development and management. The company was founded in 1924 and its head office is in Accra, Ghana. Enterprise Group Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
Academy Press Plc (ACADEM.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Printing & Publishing sector has released it’s 2017 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Academy Press Plc (ACADEM.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Academy Press Plc (ACADEM.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Academy Press Plc (ACADEM.ng) 2017 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileAcademy Press Plc is an established printing company in Nigeria offering services for the printing of labels, calendars, company annual reports, books, magazines and marketing material. The company offers additional printing related services which include supply of graphic material, layout design, typesetting, artwork, photography, colour separation and binding. The Commercial printing division produces calendars, annual reports, labels, insertions, posters, handbills, invoices, waybills, deposit/withdrawal forms, account opening forms, receipts and point of sales material. Periodicals printed by Academy Press include magazines, journals, reports and seminar papers. Publications printed include educational and religious books, biographies, maps and diaries. Computer stationary printed includes listing papers, customer statements, utility bills and pay slips. Academy Press has two major subsidiaries; Academy Press Specialised Print Services, which prints documents with high security risks such as tickets, coupons, vouchers, letterheads, receipts, invoices and continuous forms for computer usage as well as bank statements, pay-in slips and bank notes; West African Book Publishers (WABP) prints high-end publications for the discerning reader. The company has offices in Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria and in Accra in Ghana. Academy Press Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
Australian Wallabies flanker George Smith (C) is helped off the pitch after a head clash during the third rugby Test match against the British and Irish Lions in Sydney on July 6, 2013. AFP PHOTO/William West=RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE – STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE= (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images) We have made massive strides and there are still lots of ways we can improve; players always need better care and we will always endeavour to improve on this issue. There are always illness patterns that grab headlines and there will always be an injury that generates public interest in the future, but serious issues like concussion and spinal injury will never go away.My view is that whether there is a link between repeated minor head trauma and CTE and other neurological issues or not, we cannot wait for the current generation of children to show the evidence. More academic people than myself have said, ‘Yes, there is’. I’m like a piggy in the middle saying that we should be cautious with player safety. There is always further to go. Promoting player welfare: James Robson believes that any debate around concussion brings issue into public domainBy Dr James RobsonThere are lots of good things happening at the moment on the issue of concussion and I do believe that rugby is taking the issue seriously.There is still disagreement on the subject, but publicity can only be a good thing and the IRB must be applaudedfor their promotion of the watchwords ‘Recognise and Remove’, used in order to promote awareness of the symptoms of concussion and the need for players showing symptoms to be removed from the pitch. The IRB are pushing the gold standard in this respect.Out of it: Smith stumbles off against the LionsIncidents in world rugby have brought concussion into the public domain, with George Smith being brought back on after being concussed during the Lions game against Australia an example that caused consternation. While there is heated debate over whether there is a direct link between long-term neurological problems and repeated concussion, the fact that there is a debate shows we are getting there.I see the likes of Chris Nowinski (who recently spoke to the RPA about his view on the link between concussion and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy), Dr Simon Kemp (who says he has seen no evidence of a link between head trauma and CTE) and Dr Martin Rafferty in their roles with the RFU and IRB, and even Dr Barry O’Driscoll (who resigned from the IRB in 2012 in protest of the introduction of Pitch-Side Concussion Assessment) are all giving their views. I think all people who are talking about this issue need to be applauded. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS All of them will have different stances on concussion management, but their various disagreements bring the debate forward and in the end they all have a common goal. We are all beholden to look after player welfare.I will hold my hand up. We have all missed concussion somewhere along the line and it can be subtle. It is one of the most difficult sports medical conditions to spot and armchair experts will say, ‘Look at him, he’s concussed,’ but it is not so apparent. The biggest thing is publicising ‘Recognise and Remove’.
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Photo: Eduardo Munoz/REUTERS[Episcopal News Service] When Sharon Matsushige Crandall coughed in a Los Angeles-area store a few months ago, another customer challenged her, asking “whether I had been out of the country recently. It didn’t even dawn on me, really, until afterward, what she meant by that,” Crandall said.In the racially charged COVID-19 climate, Crandall and other Americans of Asian and Pacific islands’ descent say simply coughing evokes fears of being targeted and scapegoated – and has been used as a weapon of aggression against them.“A good friend of mine who’s Chinese American was walking in his Oakland neighborhood when someone snuck up behind him and coughed on him,” the Rev. Peter Huang, Asian American missioner in the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles told Episcopal News Service. “The person was angry and tried to confront him. My friend chose to just run away. He was two houses away from his home in his own neighborhood.”The Gathering was among 34 ministries funded by The Episcopal Church’s Executive Council at its October 2019 meeting. The grants were for new church starts and Mission Enterprise Zones. The Gathering’s $20,000 grant was one of 11 seed grants.Further information is available here.Huang is a team leader for The Gathering, a Diocese of Los Angeles ministry that provides space for Asian Pacific Americans to gather in storytelling and shared experience, with a focus on spirituality and social justice. In late April, The Gathering hosted a webinar to talk about what it means to be of Asian and Pacific islands’ descent in the age of COVID-19 and to raise awareness of the blame and hate directed at Asian Pacific Americans for their perceived spreading of the coronavirus. (Click here to view a recording of the webinar.)In just one month, 1,500 incidents of verbal harassment, workplace and other discrimination, and hate crimes were documented against Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, Russell Jeung told webinar participants.Jeung, chair and professor of Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University, a webinar speaker, helped launch a website, Stop Asian American Pacific Islander Hate in March 2020 to document COVID-19 associated attacks. He believes the incidents are just the tip of the iceberg.“We had reports from 45 states, of Asian Americans sharing their own personal experiences,” Jeung said. “Being coughed and spat upon is unique to this pandemic. People see us as being disease-carriers,” he said.“The hatred is virulent, palpable and disturbing, very dehumanizing. It is just a matter of time before an Asian American dies because of it.”The Rev. Fred Vergara, The Episcopal Church’s missioner for Asiamerica Ministries, said the situation is also heartbreaking because Asian Americans are on the front lines fighting the virus.“Asian Americans compose 15% of health care professionals and health care providers … saving lives and risking being exposed to the virus while working in hospitals” yet are also exposed to racial insults and violent threats because of it, Vergara told ENS.The coronavirus, a novel virus that causes the disease COVID-19, was first detected in Wuhan, China, in December. It has since spread worldwide, killing more than 257,000 people and infecting 3.7 million. President Donald Trump has repeatedly referred to the coronavirus as the “Chinese virus” in efforts to deflect blame for his administration’s handling of the outbreak. Trump’s inflammatory political rhetoric and the United States’ history of racism and discrimination against Asian Americans and Asian-born Americans have led to a rise in hate speech and hate crimes against Americans of Asian descent.“Every time a national or local politician says it’s the Chinese virus – knowing full well that there are not many people who are going to distinguish the Chinese government from all Chinese people – then thousands of people across the country have to look over their shoulders when they get out of their cars,” Brant Lee, assistant dean of diversity and social justice initiatives at the University of Akron School of Law in Ohio, told ENS.The issue is further complicated by a long history of racism against Asian Americans. With the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, the U.S. Congress passed the first restrictive immigration law at a time when Americans on the West Coast were concerned about white racial purity and blamed Asians and Asian Americans – who represented about 2% of the population – for a faltering economy and declining wages. That history continues to foster a perception that Asian Americans identify with Asian countries and not the United States, Lee said.“I am a fifth-generation American. My great-great-grandparents on my mom’s side came to the United States in the 1850s. Yet, I still take pains to pronounce my words, knowing there will always be people wondering if they will be able to understand my accent,” said Lee, 58, who is a member of Cleveland’s Trinity Cathedral and the General Convention Task Force on the Theology of Social Justice Advocacy, and serves as an antiracism trainer for the Diocese of Ohio.Racial profiling and ethnic stereotypes are insidious and create both hypervigilance and self-doubt, he said.“I’m trying to do the right thing, so I’m going to wear a mask. An Asian guy wearing a mask in Ohio – I cannot not be self-aware of that,” Lee said. “It’s not like I think about it every second, but I think about it several times. Every trip I make to get out of my car at the supermarket, I wonder, what is that person thinking?“You just can’t calculate it,” he added. “You don’t know if you’re being paranoid. You blame yourself. Then you read about something that did happen. You wonder if it’s just a few crazy people. Then you read that 42% of the people still support the president. It creates a lot of uncertainty.”For the Rev. Peggy Lo, assistant rector of St. Chrysostom’s Episcopal Church in Chicago, Illinois, the coronavirus and resultant stay-at-home orders have engendered a keen sense of vulnerability.“When I’m out, I’m really self-conscious because I know the history of reactions against Asian Americans, especially when things happen in Asian countries,” Lo, 40, told ENS.As an example, she cited a recent social media post that referred to U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu of California, a Taiwanese-born American and U.S. military veteran, as “an agent of China.”“I really feel defensive when I’m out in public and turn more inward, trying not to engage,” Lo said. “I have my hood on, my earphones, I just don’t want to leave myself open to the things I read about.”In a March 10 statement, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry called on Episcopalians to remember, “We are in this together.”“We are all part of a big family. Bigger than our biological families, bigger than our immediate families, bigger than our congregations, bigger than our dioceses, bigger than our cities, our states, our nation,” Curry said. “We are part of the human family of God. Jesus came to show us that his way of love is the way of life. It’s God’s human family.”Similarly, The Episcopal Church’s Washington, D.C.-based Office of Government Relations issued a statement on March 20, both calling on the federal government to aid the vulnerable of all nations and decrying political rhetoric leading to attacks on Asian Americans.“Many of our brothers and sisters of Asian-descent, including immigrants from Asia have been harassed or attacked since COVID-19 broke out. President Trump’s description of the coronavirus as a ‘foreign virus’ during his [March 11] Oval Office address only exacerbates the perception that ‘foreigners’ are responsible for the outbreak. We denounce all displays of racism and stigmatization and encourage everyone to practice welcome and inclusion,” the statement read.The Rev. Erin Betz Shank, 35, vicar of Trinity Episcopal Church, in New Castle, Pennsylvania, in the Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania told ENS that she has felt a responsibility as a church leader to call out the president’s racist remarks as well as his anti-immigration policies.Calling COVID-19 the “‘Chinese virus’ was personally very offensive,” she said. Shank was born in Seoul, South Korea, and adopted by an American family when she was 7 months old. “I’m not Chinese … but as a person of Asian descent, I just don’t think it is necessary to make that distinction.”“Leadership requires you to think carefully about the words you are using and the ramifications that your words as a leader have on other people, negatively or positively,” Shank said. “Unfortunately, we are seeing the ramifications of his words throughout the country.”During the panel, Jeung said the church’s responsibility is to resist the world’s labels and to raise awareness of their resultant hurt and damage – especially to Asian American youth – who are encouraged “to shun their Asian-ness, the way others shun us.”Dr. Joseph Lee, a psychiatrist from Redondo Beach, California, also served as a panelist during the April 24 webinar. Developing empathy, exercising compassion and building alliances are ways to address the challenges, using the core Christian tenet of “making an unjust world more just,” he said. “Theology is not just talking about personal salvation, but also about empowering the principles of a loving, justice-oriented God … in a very grounded way here and now, a kingdom-on-earth kind of way as opposed to an esoteric in heaven kind of way.”Such efforts could begin with collective advocacy to address the higher death rate from COVID-19 among African Americans and unemployment disparities among Latinos, he said.Jeung said education and advocacy are crucial, especially since “China-bashing and the state of U.S.-China relations will continue and be used as a campaign issue” in the upcoming presidential election.“The issue is, how do we distinguish between criticizing the Chinese government yet not attacking Chinese people and Asian Americans in the United States? If the Chinese government becomes the enemy, then Asians in America become the enemy – that’s the threat. As Christians, how do you flip the narrative?”Creating awareness begins by promoting a multiplicity of voices, Lee said.“People of color have an understanding of racism, not on an intellectual level but through a lived experience,” he said. “If it’s something you take seriously, you have to let people of color lead. Racial dynamics are also about power differentials. It’s a big ask, but it’s the right answer.”Jeung added that all Christians must stand up for justice. “A lot of white people hear more racist stuff about Asians than I would. That’s the occasion to stand up.”Other ways, he said, include collectively holding local and federal governments and politicians accountable for investigating hate crimes and guaranteeing the public safety and civil rights of all citizens, and voting for those who embody “the Christian values of justice, dignity and reconciliation.”Ultimately, Jeung said, each Christian must ask, “How is God using this time, and each of us, to respond well?’– The Rev. Pat McCaughan is a correspondent for Episcopal News Service. She is based in Los Angeles. Director of Music Morristown, NJ Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Rector Pittsburgh, PA Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Puerto Rico Houses Save this picture!+ 27 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/5317/vs-houses-ramirez-buxeda-arquitectos Clipboard VS Houses / Ramírez Buxeda Arquitectos Text description provided by the architects. The project is a speculative development and the client is a for-profit corporation. The program was dictated by the needs of the market: four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms with all the other spaces typical of sub-urban living. The houses exist between a “rural feeling” access road in the fringe of suburbia and a high speed expressway. Save this picture!Recommended ProductsLouvers / ShuttersLunawoodThermowood BattensCurtain WallsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSCurtain Walls SystemsCurtain WallsC.R. LaurenceU.S. Aluminum Series 4500 Curtain WallCurtain WallsJansenFacade Systems – VISS Fire EI30The site straddles a ridge between two creeks, one of which divides San Juan (the capital city of Puerto Rico) from Guaynabo (a main suburb of the capital city). The contextual duality of the rural-like suburbia vs. the high speed expressway and city frames the project.Save this picture!As part of the conceptual process three questions generated the initial thought: How can two houses reconcile the contextual duality of the site? How can two houses be equal yet assert their individuality at the same time? How can two houses correspond, talk, communicate and engage each other? The three questions were engaged by implementing spatial, volumetric, visual, material and textural “interlocks.”Save this picture!The houses look at the view of an old 60 feet high bamboo grove lining the creek 50 feet below and turn towards their courtyard. The double height space (living / dining areas) mediate the two. The exposed concrete structural skeleton provides the frame for the light filters: blue green translucent channel glass, aluminum louvers, powder coated grey perforated corrugated steel screen, fixed and operable blue green impact resistant glass and the weathering steel sliding gates.Save this picture!Project gallerySee allShow lessNazca Restaurant / Giancarlo MazzantiSelected ProjectsJackson House / DLF StudioSelected Projects Share ArchDaily “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/5317/vs-houses-ramirez-buxeda-arquitectos Clipboard 2007 CopyAbout this officeRamírez Buxeda ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesGuaynaboPuerto RicoPublished on September 04, 2008Cite: “VS Houses / Ramírez Buxeda Arquitectos” 04 Sep 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Year: Save this picture!© Youngchae Park+ 26 Share 2015 South Korea Construction: CopyAbout this officestudio_GAONOfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationSeoulSouth KoreaPublished on December 25, 2015Cite: “Blooming House with Wild Flowers / studio GAON” 24 Dec 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily 2016 Save this picture!© Haewook Jeong+ 23 Share “COPY” Projects “COPY” Chico & Chica House / Cho and PartnersSave this projectSaveChico & Chica House / Cho and Partners Area: 170 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Hongeun-dong, South Korea South Korea Architects: Cho and Partners Area Area of this architecture project Houses Year: Chico & Chica House / Cho and Partners ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/885452/chico-and-chica-house-cho-and-partners Clipboard Photographs: Haewook JeongSave this picture!© Haewook JeongRecommended ProductsDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEADoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. Hongeun-dong building owner couple are people who know their lifestyle exactly and enjoy living their lives. In addition, they knew how to ask this clearly to an architect. Because of these aspects, Hongeun-dong house started with an effort contain the way the couple deal with their lives. Save this picture!© Haewook JeongThe land on Hongeun-dong hill has many difficulties for a young couple in their early 30s to establish their newlywed home. It is a place where you have to climb up a steep slope where there is no public transportation for a while. However, there is a beautiful view in front of your eyes that can compensate for the inconvenience. They have chosen the place where they can maximize the value they pursue rather than worrying about minor inconveniences in life. I think it might have been the best place for the couple who always wanted to have a country house with a panoramic view.Save this picture!1F PlanSave this picture!© Haewook JeongSave this picture!2F PlanSave this picture!© Haewook JeongSave this picture!3F PlanThere was also a clear demand in the way to organize space. The husband whose hobby is remodeling motorcycles wanted to have a large garage with various functions where he could enjoy his hobby and spend time with his friends rather than just a space for parking in the basement. They also wanted a large yard instead of things what most of people ask for such as large living room or dress room. Various detailed items were designed for the couple who live with several puppies, including a private entrance for the puppies coming after playing in the yard and a small door on the stairway connecting the first and second floors so that only the couple can use the second floor. In addition, we installed a skylight on top of the staircase room that can be open and close electronically for the couple who think of the view that the place has as one of the most important thing, so that they can utilize the rooftop more actively.Save this picture!© Haewook JeongWe just focused on creating a space that actively reflects the fun lifestyle of the owner couple. That is because the communication with the building owner was the most important reason for this house. Save this picture!SectionWorking on designing the house for this couple in Korea now, which is being called ‘heaven of apartments” was meaningful. A residential space is where we spend the most time, but if we adjust our lives in a space that has been built like a machine and not even realizing this, that would be an unfortunate thing. It was a project that was able to prove that building a luxury house by spending a lot of money is not the only way to build the house your dream, and that you can build a home for your happy life if you understand the life you want for yourself and have the will to realize it Save this picture!© Haewook JeongProject gallerySee allShow lessProject Franklinford / ModscapeSelected ProjectsStudents Build a Suspended Bamboo Pavilion With 3D Printed JointsMisc Share Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/885452/chico-and-chica-house-cho-and-partners Clipboard CopyAbout this officeCho and PartnersOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHongeun-dongSouth KoreaPublished on December 17, 2017Cite: “Chico & Chica House / Cho and Partners” 16 Dec 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Howard Lake | 20 May 2003 | News The booklet will be sent to welcome new donors, including those recruited through the charity’s new Direct Response Television campaign, also launched in May. Macmillan say that the booklet is designed “to open a dialogue with supporters and begin to strengthen the relationship with them in order to develop ongoing communications.”The guide contains a postal response device, encouraging supporters to enquire about the different methods of giving to and supporting Macmillan. Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Individual giving AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Macmillan Cancer Relief’s new donor booklet is designed to illustrate that the charity’s work is more than just its famous nurses.The booklet features the work of a Macmillan Doctor, Radiographer, Benefits Advisor and a Development Co-ordinator for Black and Minority Ethnic Communities, as well as a nurse.Judith Dutton, Head of Donor Marketing at the charity explains: “We know from research that many donors are only aware of our Macmillan nurses, but Macmillan helps people living with cancer in a wider variety of ways. As well as providing expert care through the NHS, we offer information and financial support to patients and their families. This booklet is designed to introduce donors to the breadth of our work in a relevant and accessible way.” Advertisement Macmillan publishes new welcome booklet for its donors 45 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
Amnesty International UK is offering an attractive animated widget for supporters to add to their website, blog or social media page to offer free advertising for the human rights organisation.The widget, also available as a screensaver, is designed to “represent the beautiful forget-me-not in Amnesty pink and will show your friends that you are standing up for humanity and human rights.”The animation links through to Amnesty’s website. Advertisement Amnesty offers blooming great widget for supporters’ sites float: left; position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0;” id=”growthBanner_inner”>width=”800″ height=”640″ id=”Growth” align=”left”>/>loop=”false” quality=”high” scale=”noscale” salign=”lb” bgcolor=”#ffffff” width=”800″height=”640″wmode=”transparent” name=”Growth” align=”left” allowScriptAccess=”always” parameter_side=”left”type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” pluginspage=”http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer”/> AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Digital Howard Lake | 9 June 2007 | News