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Aurion Business Consultants: Technology-driven business consulting firm launches multilingual website

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Aurion Business Consultants celebrates 12 years of relentless service by launching a multilingual website, catering to global investors. This will help them easily understand information about business jurisdictions, company structures, company formation procedures, residence visa options and investment opportunities in the UAE.

Aurion follows a technology-driven business consulting approach to effectively serve clients. Aurion was the first to build a mobile app for easy information sharing with the clients. Also, Aurion has an in-house office management system to protect client information and keep track of all assignments handled. The cyber-secure system is compliant with international IT security standards and helps the firm tackle client requests proactively at any time.

ISO Certification Consulting Services is another specialised area where Aurion offers end-to-end assistance to its global clients. Its team of expert ISO consultants and lead auditors handle a range of ISO Standards, such as ISO

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Ukraine Launches World’s First Virtual Business Country for Creative Economy – Diia City | News

KYIV, Ukraine, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ukraine’s government has launched one of the most promising reforms to create a global IT hub in Ukraine. The project, called Diia City, provides for special digital residency with a particular taxation regime, intellectual property protection and simplified regulations. 

Ukrainian leadership intends to establish a comprehensive, liberal legal framework for the IT industry. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to design the legislation for Diia City – the world’s first virtual business country for the creative economy. Diia City implies a step change in current taxation, enforcement and judicial systems.

“The government and IT sector are now working together. We are drafting legislation to support the IT industry. And we assured the IT sector of sustained governmental support; for them, there would be no taxes above 5%. Cause we see Ukraine as a European intellectual hub for

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Business Briefs: Dallas YMCA Launches Racial Equity and Innovation Centers

The YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas has received a $100,000 grant from Reliant to create Racial Equity and Innovation centers in nine Dallas YMCA locations. The funding will support the centers, as well as the Catalyst Initiative, the Y’s response to COVID-19.  

“It is consistent with the Y’s mission that we will lead in conversations about racial injustice and demand change in our communities,” said Curt Hazelbaker, president and CEO of the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas. “At this time, we are called to do more. We must look closely at the present, and demand a reality where race does not dictate health, longevity, safety, or well-being. We are grateful Reliant is joining us in our efforts to enact real change across North Texas. When we come together, we can and will make our communities better.” 

The centers will work to help combat racial inequities in the community, with the ultimate

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Ingram Micro Cloud launches KickStart for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Australia – Cloud – Distribution

Ingram Micro Cloud has partnered with Dynamics Angels to be the implementer of KickStart for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Australia.

The KickStart model was developed by accountants turned IT providers, CP IT in the UK and is based on a set fee, set feature, rapid implementation model for Microsotft’s Business Central.

“We are humbled and super pleased to launch in Australia a new way of doing business, of supporting partners, building a community, building skills, mentoring, and providing for the greater good whilst building a sustainable, scalable, equitable business,” Dynamics Angels founder Robert Pope said.

“For too long, the dream of a fully on-cloud business with zero on-premise services, has eluded most SMBs. The legacy accounting package sat on a server in that dusty room down the hall. Customers who years ago moved their on-premise Exchange, PBX and fileservers to Office 365, are still on old finance platforms.

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Ukraine Launches World’s First Virtual Business Country for Creative Economy

KYIV, Ukraine, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ukraine’s government has launched one of the most promising reforms to create a global IT hub in Ukraine. The project, called Diia City, provides for special digital residency with a particular taxation regime, intellectual property protection and simplified regulations. 

Ukrainian leadership intends to establish a comprehensive, liberal legal framework for the IT industry. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy urged the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to design the legislation for Diia City – the world’s first virtual business country for the creative economy. Diia City implies a step change in current taxation, enforcement and judicial systems.

“The government and IT sector are now working together. We are drafting legislation to support the IT industry. And we assured the IT sector of sustained governmental support;

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Harvard Business School, Long Plagued By Diversity Issues, Launches Action Plan For Racial Equity | News

Harvard Business School, following a history of diversity issues in its curriculum and in its classrooms, launched an “Action Plan for Racial Equity” on Wednesday.

Harvard Business School Dean Nitin Nohria announced the initiative in a letter to school affiliates. Nohria cited recent national demonstrations against systemic racism as a motivation for the “action plan.”

“This moment has made urgently clear that the School must redouble its commitment to combat racism—and anti-Black racism in particular—to create meaningful and enduring change that will enable every member of our community to thrive,” Nohria wrote. “Our Action Plan for Racial Equity reflects our highest aspirations for the School and the role it can play in business and society.”

Students and alumni have criticized the Business School for its lack of racial diversity and representation in curriculum in recent years. As of Fall 2018, only 5 percent of students were Black — a number

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Mastercard launches Fintech Express | ZAWYA MENA Edition

Mastercard has launched Fintech Express in the Middle East and Africa, a program designed to facilitate emerging fintechs’ launch and expansion as well as support digital payment innovators.

Leveraging the power of partnerships and Mastercard’s expertise, technology, and global network, startups will now be able to focus on innovation that drives the digital economy.

• Access: Enabling regulated entities to obtain a Mastercard License and access Mastercard’s network through a streamlined onboarding process

• Build: Fintechs as Processors/Enablers can become an Express Partner by building unique tech alliances and benefitting from all the advantages that Mastercard provides

• Connect: Fintechs/Start-ups, looking to add payment solutions to their suite of products, can easily connect with qualified Express Partners available on the Mastercard Engage web portal, and go live with Mastercard in a matter of days

The program supports digital payment innovators by making it simple to collaborate with Mastercard and its

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AXA XL launches custom-built insurance for new class of construction business — Highly Protected Projects

NEW YORK, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AXA XL’s North AmericaConstruction insurance business is building tailored insurance programs and services for construction projects that qualify as a “Highly Protected Project” (HPP) because of their implementation of technologies designed to reduce project risk.

According to Gary Kaplan, president of AXA XL’s North America Construction insurance business, “In commercial property insurance, facilities that incorporate added risk and safety measures, such as sprinkler systems, are considered ‘Highly Protected Risk’ and can earn more favorable insurance rates and terms.  With greater adoption of technology on construction jobsites, we’re seeing the same opportunity to extend more competitive insurance coverage and capacity for projects that are taking action to reduce risks.”

Construction projects eligible to attain AXA XL’s HPP status and specialized insurance include Health Care, Commercial Office, Higher Education and Manufacturing/Processing construction projects valued at USD 200 million or more.  The project

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Poralu Marine revolutionizes its core business and launches “Marina Management & Consulting”

In the 21st century where traditional land planning methods are running out of steam, designing sustainable projects for maritime shorelines and nautical spaces that serve multiple purposes is becoming a priority for local communities. It is in this context that Poralu Marine, the world leader in the construction of aluminum marinas, is making a significant shift and launching “Marina Management & Consulting” (MM&C), a revolution in its market.

MM&C – A new vision of tomorrow’s marina, shattering traditional business models

Today, Poralu Marine is using its 35 years of experience in designing marinas to break away from traditional business models, which focus solely on the leisure aspects of a marina. By moving from manufacturer to manager, operator, and investor, the world leader is responding to strong market demand and revolutionizing its core business. The company is the first in the world to offer such a complete and tailor-made solution while

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Modi Government launches online system for issuing BIS Certificates to jewellers



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The Government has launched an online system for issuing Bureau of Indian Standard or BIS certificates to jewellers and hallmarking centres in the wake of a likely increase in the number of applications for the certificate. The system was launched on Monday.

The digital solutions for registration and renewal process for licenses for jewellers and for recognition and renewal of Assaying and Hallmarking (AH) Centres have been made for providing ease of doing business, a government release said.

The government has made it mandatory for jewellers to hallmark the precious metals. The requirement for a mandatory hallmarking would increase the number of applications for BIS certificate as per the government assessment.

The online system enables the jewellers to submit the application for registration and fees online a government release said, quoting Union Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Danve Raosaheb Dadarao.  

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