November 19, 2020

Orioly is looking for a Content Marketing Manager

first_imgStart-up company Orioles, which has created excellent software that aims to help tour business owners and guides to more easily run their business, tours and departures in one place and easily sell their offer via the web, is looking for Content Marketing Manager.As they point out from Orioly, they are looking for a creative and proactive person who will change with them the way small tour and activity organizers run their business and sell online. Trust me, they think seriously and have a great product. Below I convey what and how to become a new bird in their flock.We want to strengthen our marketing team with the person who will be in charge of content marketing.A little about us and “our car”For those who don’t happen to know? …Orioly is a modern cloud application for small tour and activity organizers that speeds up and simplifies their business flow, helps increase online sales and automates online marketing. The result is: tour and activity owners sit and watch online reservations fall from the sky! ?We have regular foreign clients we love to work for and can’t wait to expand our team with a new member who will enjoy developing online content and marketing activities for the purpose of gaining new clients.Do you want to work in a dynamic and relaxed team and participate in the development of our brand? You write great and are you a creative person? Is the theme of the trip great for you?Excellent. What are you waiting for? Contact us at ivan@orioly.com and we are going to create a new exciting story together.We are looking for a person who will:create quality content on our website and blog (copywriting)develop the content of the onboarding process by which we teach our users how to use the applicationWrite content for email marketingDevelop a marketing strategy and online promotion plancreate presentation content for larger partnersdesign unique content for social networksproactively study new trends in tourism promotion and together with all team members develop the Orioly brand platformThe person we will hire will work exclusively on the Orioly project. So there is no agency job. Only and only Orioly!What do we expect from the person we will hire?One needs to know what copywriting isHe has excellent English in speech and writingHe has a high level of literacyHe knows how to write articles for SEOHe knows the basics of PhotoshopHe has experience planning marketing activities on various online channelsWorking for quality presentations at Powerpoint is a bonusWorking with tools like Mailchimp, Intercom, Adobe Premier are a bonusKnowledge of social media profile management is a bonusShe must be a positive, proactive person who will be willing to learn new trends in online marketingWhat do we offer?Dynamic environment, young and relaxed team (average age – 28)Flexible working hoursContinuing education (expect to have one “learning” task in each two-week cycle)Free online education and literature on requestPossibility to visit foreign fairs and start-up eventsWorking with super interesting clientsA positive and creative environment in the Technology Park Zagreb where a bunch of young people are working diligently on their ideasSend us your resume and LinkedIn profile at ivan@orioly.com and let’s go create a new super start-up story together!Related news: CROATIAN TRAVEL AGENCIES URGENTLY NEED TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESSlast_img read more

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Ichthys LNG reaches financial completion

first_imgJapan’s Inpex Corporation said that the Ichthys LNG project in Australia’s Northern Territory has achieved financial completion under its project financing framework. The milestone has released Inpex and its joint venture partners from completion guarantee obligations to lenders corresponding to their respective participating interests in the project.Financial completion is contingent upon the satisfaction of all components of a 90-day financial completion test that evaluates the performance of the natural gas liquefaction plant, including the cumulative production volume calculated over the 90-day period as well as operational continuity, Inpex said in its statement.The project’s 90-day financial completion test ended on December 7, 2019, with no shutdowns, having recorded a production volume well exceeding figures stipulated in the project financing contract.“The time span of approximately 14 months from the project’s commencement of LNG shipment in October 2018 until financial completion is shorter than the average for LNG projects of a similar scale, indicating the smoothness and stability of the project’s production ramp-up operations,” Inpex said.The company noted that approximately 70 percent of the LNG produced is scheduled to be supplied to Japanese customers.last_img read more

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Coyotes hold off Predators 4-3 in series opener

first_img August 2, 2020 ___For more AP NHL coverage: https://apnews.com/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditEDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Oliver Ekman-Larsson scored the first of Arizona’s three first-period goals, a healthy Phil Kessel had two assists and the Coyotes held on to beat the Nashville Predators 4-3 Sunday to open their Stanley Cup qualifier series.The Coyotes made the most of their first postseason appearance since 2012, scoring three goals in the opening period on their way to building a 4-1 lead.The Predators rallied behind two goals by Filip Forsberg, the second midway through the third period, to cut Arizona’s lead to 4-3. Associated Press Darcy Kuemper, who stopped 40 shots, held off Nashville’s late push and the Coyotes snatched momentum heading into Game 2 of the best-of-five series on Tuesday.Christian Dvorak, Clayton Keller and Michael Grabner also scored for Arizona.Ryan Ellis also scored for Nashville and Juuse Saros stopped 33 shots.Nashville was sixth in the Western Conference when the season was halted because of the coronavirus pandemic.The Coyotes were beneficiaries of the new playoff format for the restart, earning a spot in the qualifier after ending the regular season 11th in the West.center_img The Coyotes had to deal with a distraction before arriving in Edmonton, learning general manager John Chayka had resigned the day the team left for the bubble.Once the puck dropped in Edmonton, Arizona had the early jump and scored the opening goal — thanks to a double carom. Ekman-Larsson scored it midway through the first period on a shot near the blue line that hit Nashville center Kyle Turris’ skate, bounced off teammate Matt Duchene’s body and floated over Saros’ head into the net. Dvorak scored less than three minutes later, punching in a rebound of Kessel’s shot past Saros. Keller made it 3-0 on a power play, one-timing a pass from Dvorak over Saros’ glove shoulder.In danger of being run out of the rink, the Predators breathed a little life into their hopes with a lucky bounce of their own. Forsberg got it, firing a power-play shot that Kuemper initially stopped before caroming off Arizona defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson’s skate into the net with 2.5 seconds left in the opening period. Coyotes hold off Predators 4-3 in series opener The Coyotes erased any Nashville momentum late in the second period when Grabner, Arizona’s short-handed specialist, broke free on a Predators power play and beat Saros to make it 4-1.The Predators needed 30 seconds of the third period to gain it back, scoring when a shot by Ellis caromed off Ekman-Larsson’s skate past Kuemper. Forsberg cut Arizona’s lead to 4-3 on a power-play shot from the slot, but the Predators couldn’t get anything else past Kuemper.NOTES: Coyotes C Nick Schmaltz did not play after taking a shot to the head in Thursday’s exhibition against Vegas. … Rinne had started every Predators playoff game since 2010, a streak of 89 straight games. … Kessel had his 21st multi-point playoff game, third among active players behind Patrick Kane (34) and Joe Pavelski (24). … Forsberg is Nashville’s all-time leading postseason goals scorer with 24.UP NEXTGame 2 is Tuesday in Edmonton.last_img read more

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MBB : Cohen: Superior outside shooting separates 2009-10 Syracuse team from this season’s group

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments It’s Jan. 14, just before 8 p.m. Syracuse and Providence won’t tip off for more than an hour, but SU’s best shooter is already out on the floor warming up.He’s sweating through his sleeveless Orange compression shirt, firing up jumper after jumper. He doesn’t miss.He rains 3-pointers from everywhere beyond the arc, with nearly every shot swishing perfectly through the basket. Come game time, though, the sweat on his forehead has long since dried. He won’t see the court tonight. He never does.That’s because SU’s best shooter is Trevor Cooney, a freshman who head coach Jim Boeheim elected to redshirt this season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘If you want to say that there aren’t some great shooters on this year’s team, yeah, you’re right about that,’ former Syracuse forward Leo Rautins said.And as we enter the unpredictable fray that is March Madness, not having a great shooter is a major concern. The last season in which SU held a No. 1 ranking was the 2009-10 season. That team also earned a No. 1 seed. That team had two great shooters.The lack of consistency from beyond the arc, coupled with Fab Melo’s limited offensive game compared to that of Arinze Onuaku, are the two main reasons why that Syracuse team is better than this year’s Syracuse team.The NCAA Tournament is single-elimination. An off night can mean a slew of nights off until next year’s season begins. And that’s why having a cold-blooded, knockdown shooter is more important.Enter Andy Rautins, son of Leo Rautins. He was, put simply, an assassin. Six times he made five or more 3s in a game his senior year. Fifteen times this season Syracuse has made five or fewer 3s in a game as a team.Oh, and Wes Johnson hit 41.5 percent from long range, too. That luxury cannot be undervalued.‘I think with Wesley and Andy we were a little more consistent from the perimeter that season,’ SU assistant coach Gerry McNamara said. ‘I think this year we’ve had multiple guys that are capable of making shots, we’ve just struggled.’Struggled might be a bit of an understatement. The 2011-12 Orange ranks 155th in the country in 3-point field goals made per game. It ranks 162nd in 3-point field-goal percentage.Do you remember the last juggernaut team to roll through the regular season despite a slew of average-at-best shooters?Memphis with Derrick Rose. The Tigers rolled all the way to the national championship game with just one loss, 38-1. The knock on them all year was that no one on that team could make a jump shot on a regular basis.Not Rose. Not Doneal Mack. Not Willie Kemp. Sometimes Chris Douglas-Roberts.That team shot 34.9 percent as a team from 3-point range and lost to Kansas to finish the season as national runner-up. The Tigers shot 6-of-22 from 3 in the title game.Syracuse is an even worse shooting team from long range than Memphis at 34.3 percent.‘Come NCAA Tournament time, I think you say your prayers and hope that you don’t hit a cold spell,’ Rautins said.But let’s say you do hit a cold spell. Let’s say the up-and-down shooting of Dion Waiters, Scoop Jardine and Kris Joseph is mostly down.Wouldn’t it be nice to have an inside presence who could score consistently in the low post? That’s certainly not Melo.Don’t get me wrong. What Melo brings on the defensive end of the floor for this year’s team is not even close to anything Onuaku could provide two years ago. His athleticism around the rim is a boost, too. Lob city.Yet there’s something to be said for that prototypical big man who can post up and produce. That was Onuaku to the tune of 20 games in double figures his senior year with four games of 15 or more points.Melo has reached double figures only 10 times this season, and he’s never topped 15 points in his whole career.‘Arinze was a very good rebounder, and he was a low-post presence offensively,’ McNamara said. ‘… I think the biggest difference was Arinze that year was more of a threat to score.’But Onuaku got hurt. His injured knee killed Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament. DaShonte Riley wasn’t ready, and SU fell to eventual runner-up Butler. All around the SU community, it’s widely believed that a healthy AO gets the Orange to at least the Final Four two years ago.When healthy, that team was the perfect three-headed monster. Onuaku inside, Rautins outside and Johnson doing whatever he wanted.No brainer. I’ll take the old guys.‘We had guys crying when he hurt his leg,’ McNamara said. ‘… If he doesn’t go down, I’m a firm believer that we make a Final Four run.’Michael Cohen is a staff writer for The Daily Orange, where his column appears occasionally. He can be reached at mjcohe02@syr.edu or on Twitter at @Michael_Cohen13. center_img Published on March 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: mjcohe02@syr.edu | @Michael_Cohen13last_img read more

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