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Variety Business Intelligence and Stage 32 Partner to Ease Post-Pandemic Production

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Variety Business Intelligence and industry-focused social network Stage 32 have partnered on plans to increase networking and educational opportunities for VBI subscribers.

VBI’s Variety Insight, which offers data and analytics surrounding the entertainment industry, and Stage 32, a social network for members of the industry, created the promotional partnership to offer their services to users of both products.

VBI’s Variety Insight members will earn a $50 credit toward a Stage 32 educational course, and Stage 32 members will be given a one-month membership for Variety Insight, which will function as the site’s database partner.

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“Now, more than ever, it’s important that our industry is provided access to the most up-to-date information and education on how to stay creative as well as how to safely and smartly get back into production post-Covid-19,”

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Trane Technologies Takes the Stage at Climate Week NYC 2020 to Spotlight Solutions for Healthier and More Efficient Indoor Environments


Today, at Climate Week NYC 2020, Dave Regnery, president and chief operating officer of Trane Technologies (NYSE: TT), will highlight how the company is accelerating solutions for healthy and efficient buildings during the panel session Smart Buildings: How Tech Can Enable Productive, Healthy and Net-Zero Buildings. Regnery joins other industry and government leaders from around the world who are taking part in the week-long event, which is being broadcast through an interactive virtual platform this year.


During the live panel, he will spotlight Trane Technologies’ recent launch of the Center for Healthy and Efficient Spaces, advancements in connected controls, and how the company will meet its bold 2030 Sustainability Commitments.


“As a climate innovator, we are providing solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in HVAC while also facing a global pandemic that has put greater emphasis on safe and healthy indoor spaces,” said Regnery. “Climate Week is

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Visa’s Crypto Strategy Is Driving Its Next Stage Of Growth

Bitcoin was invented to disrupt existing monetary systems that many felt were too expensive and exclusionary. With this in mind, it was given a much broader value proposition than a deflationary issuance policy and hard cap of 21 million units. Through the novel use of blockchain technology, it also allows anyone to send money to a counterpart around the world in a few minutes for fractions of a dollar. 

This functionality placed incumbent payment platforms such as card networks and interbank messaging systems directly in bitcoin’s crosshairs. While some firms dismissed these concerns, others saw the potential and looked for ways to derive value for their partners and shareholders.

To investigate this issue further, we recently spoke with the two

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Columbus Crew’s new training facility completes stage of construction ahead of summer 2021 opening – Sports – The Columbus Dispatch

Stamped with the Columbus Crew SC name and the signatures of club staff and players, the final steel beam was raised to the top of the Ohio Health Performance Center on the west side of Mapfre Stadium on Friday afternoon to commemorate an ending of one phase of construction on the club’s new training facility.

On schedule to open June 2021, about a month before the new downtown stadium opens next year, the $30 million training facility will be 42,000 square feet with three fields for the Crew and one for the Crew Academy youth teams.

Both the first team and academy will have their own locker rooms, lounges, training and workout rooms at the facility with a full dining area and kitchen. The first team will have its own sleep and recovery room in addition to a hydrotherapy area.

Crew chief business officer Steve Lyons said the next phase

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Variety Business Intelligence and Stage 32 Strike a Partnership

Variety Business Intelligence and industry-focused social network Stage 32 have partnered on plans to increase networking and educational opportunities for VBI subscribers.

VBI’s Variety Insight, which offers data and analytics surrounding the entertainment industry, and Stage 32, a social network for members of the industry, created the promotional partnership to offer their services to users of both products.

VBI’s Variety Insight members will earn a $50 credit toward a Stage 32 educational course, and Stage 32 members will be given a one-month membership for Variety Insight, which will function as the site’s database partner.

“Now, more than ever, it’s important that our industry is provided access to the most up-to-date information and education on how to stay creative as well as how to safely and smartly get back into production post-Covid-19,” said Stage 32 CEO Richard Botto. “Stage 32 has over 1,200 hours of online education taught by top industry

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Female Led Small Business Takes Center Stage for Virtual Orange Wine Week

NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In 2018 National Orange Wine Day was established by wine media producer The Real Housewine, Amanda Claire Goodwin. This wine holiday is celebrated annually on October 6. Recent expansion efforts now include a completely virtual celebration of orange wines due to social distancing recommendations led by the industries leading professionals, many of whom are women.

Orange wine is still very unknown to the general wine consumer and many assume it’s made from the orange fruit. It’s actually white wine grapes that are essentially treated like red wine grapes. They undergo grape skin contact during the fermentation process. Virtual Orange Wine Week seeks to educate consumers on this lesser known style of wine. Additionally, selected panels and classes are available for wine trade professionals.

Highlighted classes for wine trade professionals will be led by Pascaline Lepeltier, MS on Austrian Wines,

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Marches LEP to stage Business Recovery Week

The LEP – the business-led body responsible for driving economic growth across Herefordshire, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin – said next month’s Business Recovery Week will focus on action needed to rebuild the regional economy as it begins to emerge from the shadow of the virus.

The Marches Business Recovery Week will run from October 12 to 16 and examine in detail how the business community can be helped to thrive in the new post-Covid world.

Marches LEP chair Mandy Thorn said the week would include the launch of a new digital strategy for the region, an extensive focus on skills and training and a major Economic Recovery Summit bringing together all the region’s business groups and partners to map the road ahead for the region.

The week would also see the launch of the LEP’s own annual report highlighting the huge programme of work it has undertaken across all

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