Webring global – Zurc 2 http://zurc2.com/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 22:47:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://zurc2.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-9-120x120.png Webring global – Zurc 2 http://zurc2.com/ 32 32 Global Patient Engagement Solutions Market Overview to 2026 – by Therapeutic Area, Application, End User, Component, Delivery Type and Region https://zurc2.com/global-patient-engagement-solutions-market-overview-to-2026-by-therapeutic-area-application-end-user-component-delivery-type-and-region/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 16:53:00 +0000 https://zurc2.com/global-patient-engagement-solutions-market-overview-to-2026-by-therapeutic-area-application-end-user-component-delivery-type-and-region/ DUBLIN, November 25, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Patient Engagement Solutions Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global patient engagement solutions market has shown strong growth during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the publisher expects the market to grow at a CAGR of around […]]]>

DUBLIN, November 25, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Patient Engagement Solutions Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global patient engagement solutions market has shown strong growth during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the publisher expects the market to grow at a CAGR of around 13% during 2021-2026.

Companies mentioned

  • AdvancedMD (Global Payments Inc.)

  • Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc.

  • Athena Health Inc.

  • Cerner Corporation

  • EMMI Solutions LLC (Wolters Kluwer NV)

  • Epic Systems Corporation

  • GetWellNetwork Inc.

  • Lincor Solutions Limited

  • McKesson Company

  • Medecision Inc. (Healthcare Services Company)

  • Orion Health Ltd.

  • Phytel Inc. (International Business Machines Corporation)

Bearing in mind the uncertainties of COVID-19, we are continuously monitoring and evaluating the direct and indirect influence of the pandemic on different end-use sectors. This information is included in the report as a major contributor to the market.

Patient engagement solutions refer to a system that combines patient activation with interventions designed to improve health outcomes and provide better patient care at lower cost. These solutions also allow healthcare establishments to establish communication with their patients using an online portal. Patient engagement solutions use technologies, such as portal and automated messaging, while ensuring patient satisfaction, safety and quality of service. With the increasing prevalence of chronic disease in recent years, especially among the geriatric population, the adoption of patient engagement solutions has increased worldwide.

The global patient engagement solutions market is primarily driven by the growing awareness of mHealth among people. Mobile health, or e-health, platforms provide patients with useful information with every interaction, send periodic health advice, create trigger-based appointments or prescription refill reminders, and offer refill notes. post-diagnosis. Apart from this, the governments of various countries are offering incentives to digitally transform healthcare services and improve patient engagement, which is also propelling the growth of the market.

For example, the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) created the Patient and Caregiver Connection program in 2018, which aimed to foster patient and caregiver engagement throughout the process of assessing and monitoring patients. medical devices. In addition to this, with increasing technological advancements, companies are investing in innovative patient-centric engagement solutions, cloud-based or web-based, that help improve the patient healthcare experience by reducing the cost of health plans and creating more efficient operations by changing payment technology, models and regulations.

Key questions addressed in this report:

  • How has the global patient engagement solutions market performed so far and how will it perform in the years to come?

  • What has been the impact of COVID-19 on the global patient engagement solutions market?

  • What are the main regional markets?

  • What is the distribution of the market according to the therapeutic area?

  • What is the market split depending on the application?

  • What is the distribution of the market according to the component?

  • What is the distribution of the market according to the type of delivery?

  • What is the distribution of the market according to the end user?

  • What are the different stages of the industry value chain?

  • What are the main factors and challenges for the industry?

  • How is the global patient engagement solutions market structured and who are the major players?

  • How competitive is the industry?

Main topics covered:

1 Preface

2 Scope and methodology

3 Executive summary

4 Presentation
4.1 Overview
4.2 Key Industry Trends

5 Global Patient Engagement Solutions Market
5.1 Market overview
5.2 Market performance
5.3 Impact of COVID-19
5.4 Market Forecast

6 Market breakdown by therapeutic area

7 Market split by application

8 Market breakdown by end user

9 Market breakdown by component

10 Market breakdown by type of delivery

11 Market breakdown by region

12 SWOT Analysis

13 Value chain analysis

14 Porters Five Forces Analysis

15 Price analysis

16 Competitive landscape
16.1 Market structure
16.2 Key players
16.3 Profiles of key players

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COVID Educational Time Bomb: Global Snapshot of Out-of-School Children – Afghanistan https://zurc2.com/covid-educational-time-bomb-global-snapshot-of-out-of-school-children-afghanistan/ Wed, 24 Nov 2021 03:07:34 +0000 https://zurc2.com/covid-educational-time-bomb-global-snapshot-of-out-of-school-children-afghanistan/ One in five children in fragile states at risk of dropping out of school as COVID wreaks havoc: Save the Children Millions of children have not returned to school in low-income countries after classrooms were closed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with up to one in five children not receiving education one reveals a new Save […]]]>

One in five children in fragile states at risk of dropping out of school as COVID wreaks havoc: Save the Children

Millions of children have not returned to school in low-income countries after classrooms were closed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with up to one in five children not receiving education one reveals a new Save the Children school survey in six fragile countries.

The survey, which was carried out in 625 schools in Afghanistan[1], Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Somalia and Uganda — have found that children are not returning to school due to child labor, child marriage and financial hardship, which is only getting worse with the pandemic. This is made worse by fears of catching the virus and the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE).

With very little data available on the number of children out of school due to the pandemic, Save the Children Report COVID Educational Time Bomb: Global Snapshot of Out-of-School Children reveals that more than 20% of the students surveyed risk dropping out permanently with potentially devastating consequences for their future. With school closures still ongoing, the number of children who drop out is likely to increase. Over 90% of schools said there were children in their community who could go to school, but are not.

Being in school can protect children from various forms of abuse and exploitation, and provide children with nutritious food, a safe place to play and have fun, and a sense of hope for their future. The most vulnerable children – including girls, children from low-income households or living in rural areas, as well as migrants and refugees – are most at risk of dropping out due to the pandemic, according to reports. instant survey data.

Although school closures and disruptions affected all children, the impact was far greater for children in low-income countries, as some lost 20% more of their school days during the pandemic compared to other children.[2]

In some countries, girls are particularly at risk of dropping out of school compared to boys, many being forced to marry and drop out of school. In Uganda, 52% of students who drop out are girls – and with fewer girls than boys enrolled in school even before the pandemic, this exacerbates existing inequalities in the country.

Up to 10 million more girls are now expected to marry by 2030 due to the pandemic.[3] Child marriage is a violation of children’s rights that robs girls of their childhood. The practice disrupts their education and can have serious consequences for children’s mental health.

Save the Children warns that unless urgent action is taken, the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to undo important educational gains made over the past 20 years.

Jasmine Jahromi, Team Leader of Save the Children’s Safe Back to School Initiative, said:

“Although schools are reopening around the world, not all children are coming back. In fact, we are seeing the opposite in many countries. This snapshot gives us insight into the long-term implications of COVID-19 on children’s education in these countries. Although the 20% dropout rate only applies to the schools surveyed, if* Replicated globally, we envision potentially tens of millions of children who never return to school due to the consequences of the pandemic. *

“COVID-19 has already caused the greatest disruption to education in human history, and its implications will continue for years without urgent action. The pandemic continues to push families into poverty, forcing many children to work or marry and drop out of school.

“We know that the most vulnerable and marginalized children have already suffered the greatest educational loss in the past 18 months, with little or no access to distance learning or education. Dropping out of school now will only delay them further.

Save the Children calls on governments and donors to urgently invest in education now so that every child is helped to return to school when it is safe to do so. Increased efforts are needed to tackle the specific barriers that prevent the most vulnerable and marginalized children from returning to school, especially girls, children from low-income households, children with disabilities and migrant children and refugees. This can include cash transfers, school meals, remedial lessons, and mental health and psychosocial support.

Ms Jahromi continued:

“We can do something to prevent the education crisis of the pandemic from worsening, but time is running out. The longer children are out of school, the less likely they are to return to school. We need to act now and see governments invest in tackling the fallout before it is too late.

Notes to editor:

  • Save the Children conducted an instant survey in six priority countries with schools fully or partially open between May and July 2021, to collect information on the number of out-of-school students, who they are and why they dropped out. The survey interviewed 625 schools in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Malawi, Nigeria, Somalia and Uganda – around 100 schools per country. It is important to note that this is an instant survey and will serve as the basis for more comprehensive data collection. The figures in this press release and the report are national extrapolations based on the results of surveys carried out in each country.
  • According to the World Bank, out of 720 million children of primary school age, 382 million have learning difficulties, either outside of school or below the minimum proficiency level in reading. COVID-19 could increase that number from an additional 72 million to 454 million: https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/163871606851736436/pdf/Learning-Poverty-in-the-Time-of-COVID-19-A-Crisis-Within-a-Crisis.pdf

For more information, please contact:

  • samantha.halyk@savethechildren.org // +44 (0) 74 235 19077
  • Our after-hours media contact (BST) is media@savethechildren.org.uk / +44 (0) 7831 650409
  • We have Jasmine Jahromi available as a spokesperson.

[1] The data was collected prior to the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in August 2021.

[2] In June, Save the Children released a new study which found that children in some of the world’s poorest countries had already lost up to 20% of their lifetime education:https://www.savethechildren.net/news/covid-19-kids-world%E2%80%99s-poorest-countries-lost-66-more-lifetime-school-richer-peers-save-children

[3] COVID-19: A threat to progress against child marriage – UNICEF DATA


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Locked in and in limbo: the global impact of COVID-19 on the rights and recruitment of migrant workers – World https://zurc2.com/locked-in-and-in-limbo-the-global-impact-of-covid-19-on-the-rights-and-recruitment-of-migrant-workers-world/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 14:09:39 +0000 https://zurc2.com/locked-in-and-in-limbo-the-global-impact-of-covid-19-on-the-rights-and-recruitment-of-migrant-workers-world/ Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on migrant workers and their access to decent work. Beyond the immediate public health crisis, response measures, including containment and border closures, have had specific implications for the conditions of hiring and employment of migrant workers. These measures have increased the vulnerability of migrant workers at […]]]>

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on migrant workers and their access to decent work. Beyond the immediate public health crisis, response measures, including containment and border closures, have had specific implications for the conditions of hiring and employment of migrant workers. These measures have increased the vulnerability of migrant workers at the same time as the economic and social dependence on migrant workers who provide essential services such as health care and sanitation has worsened.
To map and understand this impact in detail, the ILO commissioned a series of rapid assessments in some of the world’s most important corridors for low-wage migrant workers.1, 2 Completed in the first months of the crisis ( early to mid-2020), these assessments gathered primary data in the form of interviews and surveys from the perspective of migrant workers and key stakeholders (including governments, civil society, the recruitment industry , employers ‘organizations, trade unions and workers’ organizations) engaged in the governance of migration, migrant workers deployment and protection of the rights of migrant workers. These rapid assessments provide valuable snapshots of the immediate impact of the pandemic and early responses to the pandemic on migrant workers in various parts of the world.
Common themes emerging from the research also illustrate the ways in which the pandemic has exacerbated existing inequalities and vulnerabilities experienced by migrant workers around the world.
These themes demonstrate the clear links between the impact of the pandemic on migrant workers and the structural causes of inequalities and vulnerabilities embedded in many current labor migration processes and practices.
For example, many migrant workers interviewed by the ILO have seen their jobs in destination countries summarily suspended or terminated as the pandemic spread, leaving them without a source of income. These workers have often found themselves stranded due to travel restrictions and border closures, as well as directly or indirectly excluded from the COVID-19-related social security programs available to domestic workers. The pandemic has also exacerbated the debt burden carried by migrant workers. Despite a growing commitment to the principle that workers should not pay any fees or recruitment fees, workers in many parts of the world continue to take on debt to finance their cross-border movement for work. Due to COVID-19, many potential migrant workers who had taken on debt to travel were unable to leave, get repayments or earn income to pay off their debts. Migrant workers stranded without a job have taken on additional debts and lost savings covering basic living costs for themselves and their families or on the verge of attempting to return home.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly had a sudden and dramatic impact on people in all countries of the world, its impact on migrant workers is a stark reminder of the urgent need to reform governance processes and practices. labor migration in the pursuit of a fairer system that is free from exploitation and facilitates decent work for all.


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Global supporters send cards to Pepperell boy undergoing brain surgery – Lowell Sun https://zurc2.com/global-supporters-send-cards-to-pepperell-boy-undergoing-brain-surgery-lowell-sun/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 22:54:29 +0000 https://zurc2.com/global-supporters-send-cards-to-pepperell-boy-undergoing-brain-surgery-lowell-sun/ PEPPERELL – On October 21, Meaghan Luther posted to Facebook, asking friends to send postcards to his 5-year-old son Adam, who was soon to undergo brain surgery. Within two weeks, Adam had received hundreds of cards and packages from friends, families and complete strangers, in town and as far as France, South America and Australia. […]]]>

PEPPERELL – On October 21, Meaghan Luther posted to Facebook, asking friends to send postcards to his 5-year-old son Adam, who was soon to undergo brain surgery.

Within two weeks, Adam had received hundreds of cards and packages from friends, families and complete strangers, in town and as far as France, South America and Australia.

“I never thought it would be that big,” Luther said. “It’s been shared more times than I think. It has just bloomed.

Luther said that just before Adam’s second birthday he started having seizures, and although she and her husband, Alex, took him to the top doctors at Boston Children’s Hospital, no one could determine what caused them. The family tried 15 different medications, all with various side effects, but nothing seemed to help.

In 2021, Adam had hundreds of seizures every day. In May, he had his largest seizure cluster yet and began to pass out and feel weakness on the right side of his body.

Worried that he was the victim of a stroke, his parents rushed him to the emergency department at Tufts Medical Center, where they met their new doctor, John Gaitanis, chief of the pediatric neurology department, who said they would stop prescribing new drugs just to see what might work.

“All the right pieces fell into place without us even realizing it,” Luther said.

An MRI came back without anything abnormal, until neuroradiologist Neel Madan spent more than two hours studying it later in the week and found what he believed to be the problem: a small area on the side left side of Adam’s brain which seemed to be the source of the seizures. .

Without being sure, however, the Luther’s weren’t willing to give the go-ahead for invasive brain surgery. Over the next several months, they saw Adam’s condition worsen, as he struggled to sleep through the night due to seizures and had basic functioning issues.

“I watched this little boy get almost paralyzed on the right side,” Luther said. “He couldn’t hold a pencil anymore. He forgot the arm, and every time he washed his hands I had to tell him to wash the correct one. His leg would give way and he would fall.

Meanwhile, Luther was doing his best to find alternative treatments, trying to enroll Adam in research studies that might help him. Unsuccessfully, however, in September they contacted neurosurgeon James Kryzanksi, who specializes in epilepsy, and immediately accepted Madan’s previous analysis of the abnormality in Adam’s brain.

They scheduled the operation for October 25, but as soon as she made an appointment, Luther realized that there was a problem: it was way too close to Halloween, the favorite day of ‘Adam.

“He’s been waiting for Halloween since November 1, 2020,” she said. “I can’t do this to him.”

But without another meeting before January, they had no choice. After a final last minute MRI confirmed the location of the problem area, they prepared for surgery.

In the week leading up to October 25, Luther brought Adam in for a haircut, a creepy spider web shaved into his hair. On the day of the operation, operating room staff left a toy spider on the pillow where Adam would lie, along with a note that a friend was waiting for him.

Surgeons removed a small piece of Adam’s brain, and within 24 hours he was sitting in bed, playing on his tablet, and using his right hand. Within 72 hours, doctors said he was ready to return home to his parents and 2-year-old brother, Kyle.

“We haven’t had a silent EEG for three years,” Luther said. “This kid had hundreds of seizures every day for three years. They took out that cranberry-sized piece of brain and stopped everything. It’s incredible.”

When they got home, more than 50 packages were waiting for them, thanks to Luther’s Facebook post the week before. The post had been shared with local groups and far beyond, inspiring complete strangers to send Halloween candy and cards.

“Every day we were at home this week after the operation, the Amazon driver would come to the house four times a day, dropping off complete strangers packages,” Luther said. “They saw a friend of a friend on Facebook and were touched by Adam’s story and said, ‘This little boy deserves something. “”

As Adam heals, the cards keep coming. Luther said some of his favorite packages came from local classrooms and across the country, where teachers inspired by Adam’s story had their students handcraft cards for him.

Another touching part of the experience, however, was hearing from parents like her, inspired by Adam’s experience of continuing to fight for the health and survival of their own children.

“It’s nice to be able to give back a little and talk to other parents,” she said. “They can know that they are not alone, and there is hope that it will not always be like that.”


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Global Coronary Stents Market Expected To Reach USD https://zurc2.com/global-coronary-stents-market-expected-to-reach-usd/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 18:00:00 +0000 https://zurc2.com/global-coronary-stents-market-expected-to-reach-usd/ Newark, NJ, November 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global coronary stent market is expected to increase from USD 8.29 billion in 2020 and reach USD 12.13 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 4.87% during the forecast period 2021-2028. Over the forecast period, the increasing incidence […]]]>

Newark, NJ, November 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global coronary stent market is expected to increase from USD 8.29 billion in 2020 and reach USD 12.13 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 4.87% during the forecast period 2021-2028.

Over the forecast period, the increasing incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) such as strokes and heart attacks, as well as an aging population at increased risk of major heart disease, are expected to drive demand for stent grafts. coronary artery. The need for an effective coronary stent for treatment is expected to increase due to an extraordinary increase in the number of people with coronary artery disease. Over the years forecast, this factor is likely to increase demand. Another factor projected to promote the use of coronary stents throughout the projected period is the increased desire for minimally invasive procedures (MIS). These treatments have the advantage of having tiny incision wounds, which leads to increased patient satisfaction. These treatments also result in shorter hospital stays and faster recovery times.

A coronary stent is a tube-shaped device that is placed in the coronary arteries that supply blood to the heart to keep the arteries open in the treatment of coronary heart disease. It is used in the procedure known as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Coronary stents are now used in over 90% of PCI operations. Stents have been shown to improve survival and reduce angina in people with acute myocardial infarction (chest discomfort). Coronary stents (CS) are expandable tubular metal implants that are placed in narrowed coronary arteries caused by atherosclerosis. This revascularization procedure is known as percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or coronary angioplasty with stent placement. Due to the expandable metal mesh of coronary stents, which prevents negative remodeling, coronary dissection and vascular recoil were eliminated with the introduction of coronary stents.

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In addition, the development of the market has been favored by an increase in the number of percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) performed in recent years. Due to the development of sophisticated DES and emerging bioabsorbable scaffolds, stenting is becoming more popular than traditional balloon angioplasty. Technological advances in coronary stents, such as the invention of bifurcation stents and the use of biodegradable materials, have resulted in more effective and better CVD treatment results. Product creation, partnerships and strategic collaborations are all things that companies are actively interested in.

The major players operating in the global coronary stents market are Terumo Corporation, Cook Medical, MicroPort Scientific Corporation, Abbott, Boston Scientific and CR Bard, Inc. To gain significant market share in the global coronary stents market, the major players now focus on adopting strategies such as product innovations, mergers and acquisitions, recent developments, joint ventures, collaborations and partnerships.

Bare Metal Stents (BMS) Expected to Significantly $ 4.32 Billion by 2028

The product segment includes drug eluting stents, bare metal stents and bioabsorbable vascular scaffolds (BVS). Bare Metal Stents (BMS) are expected to represent a significant value of $ 4.32 billion in 2028. Although DES is gradually replacing BMS, it is still used in many PCI procedures due to its low cost and convenience. low rate of hospitalization. After DES, bioabsorbable scaffolds (BRS) are the most recent technology on the market. For example, in 2016, Abbott launched Absorb, the first bioabsorbable vascular scaffolding technology. However, in 2017, the company issued a global recall of the drug due to certain negative side effects. Companies are investing in the development of next-generation BRS that are more patient-friendly.

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Regional Segment Analysis of Coronary Stents Market

  • North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan India, rest of APAC)
  • South America (Brazil and rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (UAE, South Africa, rest of MEA)

On the basis of geography, the global coronary stents market is categorized into North America, Europe, South America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa. In 2028, Asia-Pacific is expected to have the highest value of $ 3.02 billion. A large aging population suffering from cardiovascular disease, increased PCI operations, expansion of healthcare infrastructure in emerging countries, increased healthcare awareness, improved reimbursement scenarios and production costs Inexpensive coronary stent grafts in this area are all driving the market.

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ASTM International acquires Wohlers Associates, global leader in additive manufacturing intelligence https://zurc2.com/astm-international-acquires-wohlers-associates-global-leader-in-additive-manufacturing-intelligence/ Mon, 15 Nov 2021 20:50:00 +0000 https://zurc2.com/astm-international-acquires-wohlers-associates-global-leader-in-additive-manufacturing-intelligence/ W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., November 15, 2021 / CNW / – Today, the global standards organization ASTM International announced the acquisition of Wohlers Associates, a global intelligence leader in the additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing industry. The announcement coincided with the Standards Forum at Formnext 2021, which is the leading trade fair for AM and […]]]>

W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., November 15, 2021 / CNW / – Today, the global standards organization ASTM International announced the acquisition of Wohlers Associates, a global intelligence leader in the additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing industry. The announcement coincided with the Standards Forum at Formnext 2021, which is the leading trade fair for AM and next-generation smart manufacturing solutions.

ASTM International and Wohlers Associates

As part of the acquisition, ASTM International acquires the Wohlers Report, the premier publication for the AM industry, as well as briefing notes, specialist reports, AM design training and consulting services .

“We are delighted to welcome Wohlers Associates to the ASTM family,” notes Catherine morgan, president of ASTM International. “Wohlers has been a trusted source of intelligence and analysis for the AM community for over 30 years and I’m excited to see what our two trusted and credible brands can accomplish together for this industry.

Morgan is excited to combine the Wohlers Report and Wohlers Associates’ comprehensive portfolio of products and services, with the work of members of ASTM and the AM Center of Excellence (CoE). This alignment will translate into new opportunities for business intelligence, guidance and resources within the global AM community.

Going forward, the Fort Collins, Colorado the company will do business as Wohlers Associates, powered by ASTM International. Terry wohlers, the principal consultant and president of the organization, will join ASTM International and serve as Head of Additive Manufacturing Market Intelligence. Also, Noah Mostow of Wohlers Associates will become ASTM’s new AM market intelligence and analysis lead. Both will serve under the AM CoE of the ASTM.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join the world-class ASTM International team,” Wohlers said. “Thanks to ASTM, we are now able to accept more projects than in the past and our advisory services team is now larger than ever. We are pleased that ASTM has made a commitment to publish the report for years to come.

Wohlers adds that he is confident that ASTM International will maintain the quality, neutrality and value that customers expect from the Wohlers Report, which has been the undisputed and industry leading publication on AM for 26 years.

The acquisition supports ASTM’s vision for growth and investment to expand its presence in the AM industry with robust AM programs, services and product offerings. These offerings now include market information and technical and strategic advisory services on the latest AM developments and trends. They complement existing ASTM programs and services to support the industrialization of AM technologies. Future editions of the Wohlers report are expected to be integrated into ASTM’s flagship product, Compass, an online subscription platform.

ASTM will leverage the existing Wohlers brand and leverage its market influence and access to key decision makers in the AM industry worldwide. The acquisition is expected to bring new value to many industries, thereby enabling wider adoption of AM products and services.

An in-person press conference on the acquisition will take place at Formnext on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, from 11:15 am – 11:45 a.m. at Portalhaus, in the Prisma room on level C.

To learn more about Wohlers Associates’ products and services, powered by ASTM International, visit wohlersassociates.com.

Formed in 2018, AM CoE is a collaborative partnership between ASTM International and representatives from industry, government and academia, who conduct strategic R&D activities to advance standards in all aspects of AM technology. The center aims to accelerate the development and adoption of robust and revolutionary technologies by leveraging training programs, standardization and certification-related offerings.

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Global Inactive Dry Yeast Market Expected To Reach USD https://zurc2.com/global-inactive-dry-yeast-market-expected-to-reach-usd/ https://zurc2.com/global-inactive-dry-yeast-market-expected-to-reach-usd/#respond Thu, 11 Nov 2021 03:00:00 +0000 https://zurc2.com/global-inactive-dry-yeast-market-expected-to-reach-usd/ Newark, NJ, November 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global inactive dry yeast market is expected to grow from USD 4.8 billion in 2020 to USD 9.3 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 8.7% during the forecast period 2021-2028. The global inactive dry yeast market has […]]]>

Newark, NJ, November 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global inactive dry yeast market is expected to grow from USD 4.8 billion in 2020 to USD 9.3 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 8.7% during the forecast period 2021-2028.

The global inactive dry yeast market has experienced significant growth in recent years. This growth is attributed to the light golden color and a delicate toasted yeast flavor. It finds application in various food products, fermentation and animal feed. In recent times, inactive dried yeast products are gaining popularity among the health conscious population. The main reason for this popularity is the presence of a significant amount of complex of B vitamins, proteins and amino acids (essential and non-essential) in this product. As a result, a wide range of populations around the world are increasing the consumption of inactive dry yeast.

Inactive dry yeast is made from yeast cream which has been pasteurized and sterilized so that the yeast is dead, without leavening power, however leaving behind its food content and various properties. The yeast is usually constant around 250 F (121 C) for about 20 seconds, then dried. Inactive dry yeast is the all herbal factor that decreases mixing occurrences and creates extra stretchy dough with better mold flow. These are yeast cells that are no longer active or alive, so they cannot produce any live yeast results, as well as fermentation. Usually, inactivated dry yeast is added to baked goods to decorate their nutritional profile. The factor also used as a reducing agent and could supplant the use of L-cysteine ​​hydrochloride.

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The global inactive dry yeast market is expected to experience significant growth, owing to increasing humanization and increasing use of inactive dry yeast compared to conventional dough handlers such as L-cysteine. Natural, unprocessed inactive dry yeast meets labels, increasing its market value. The adoption of inactive dry yeast in the animal feed industry continues to create a constant stream of opportunities. Factors that are restraining the growth of the market are the limited knowledge of the benefits of inactive dry yeast in animal feed and continue to restrain the growth of the market in developing regions. The predominance of contaminated brewer’s yeast varieties in sales continues to fuel consumer reluctance to opt for inactive dried yeast, and improper labeling will remain a significant barrier to wider adoption in the feed industry. .

The major players operating in the global inactive dry yeast market are Associated British Foods PLC (UK), Koninklijke DSM NV (Netherlands), Kerry Group PLC (Ireland), Alltech (US), Angel Yeast Co ., Ltd. (China), Chr. Hansen Holdings A / S (Denmark), Sensient Technologies Corporation (United States), Lallemand Inc. (Canada), Leiber GmbH (Germany), Oriental Yeast Co., Ltd. (Japan), Lesaffre Group (France), Synergy Flavors (United States), Halcyon Proteins Pvy. Ltd. (Australia), Novozymes (Denmark), Food Chem International (China), Pacific Fermentation Industries (Canada), Biorigin (Brazil), ICC Brazil (Brazil), AgenciasLevapan (South America) and Pakmaya (Istanbul). To gain significant market share in the global inactive dry yeast market, major players are now focusing on adopting strategies such as product innovations, mergers and acquisitions, recent developments, joint ventures, collaborations and partnerships.

  • Kerry Group launched its first non-GMO yeast, in January 2019 named “Acryleast” for effective reduction of acrylamide levels by up to 90% without affecting the taste and texture of foods and beverages. This new launch has enabled the company to strengthen its range of clean label products.
  • AngelYeast Co., Ltd. launched in December 2019 a natural flavor enhancement solution for plant-based foods and beverages in Europe. This launch will allow the company to strengthen its portfolio and expand its customer base in Europe.

The food grade segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 45.6% in 2020

On the basis of product, the global inactive dry yeast market is segmented into food grade, food grade and pharmaceutical grade. The food grade segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 45.6% in 2020. This growth is attributed to the increasing demand for baked goods in everyday life.

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The food segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 39.7% in 2020

On the basis of applications, the global inactive dry yeast market is segmented into food, fermentation, animal feed, and healthcare. The food segment dominated the market and held the largest market share of 39.7% in 2020. This growth is attributed to the increasing consumption of naturally extracted ingredients along with the growing demand for healthy and clean food products.

Regional Segment of Global Inactive Dry Yeast Market

  • North America (United States, Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, rest of Europe)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan India, Rest of APAC)
  • South America (Brazil and rest of South America)
  • Middle East and Africa (UAE, South Africa, rest of MEA)

On the basis of geography, the global inactive dry yeast market is categorized as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. The North America region held the largest market share of 30.4% in 2020. The major growth is seen in the United States due to its high consumption by the brewing industry.

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CircleBlack Adds Vanguard to Growing List of Top Global Asset Managers https://zurc2.com/circleblack-adds-vanguard-to-growing-list-of-top-global-asset-managers/ https://zurc2.com/circleblack-adds-vanguard-to-growing-list-of-top-global-asset-managers/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 13:35:00 +0000 https://zurc2.com/circleblack-adds-vanguard-to-growing-list-of-top-global-asset-managers/ One of the biggest names in investing is the sixth to join the wealth management platform model market this year HAMILTON, New Jersey, November 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CircleBlack, a unified wealth management platform, has expanded its model marketplace with strategic index-based model portfolios from Vanguard, one of the world’s largest asset managers, […]]]>

One of the biggest names in investing is the sixth to join the wealth management platform model market this year

HAMILTON, New Jersey, November 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CircleBlack, a unified wealth management platform, has expanded its model marketplace with strategic index-based model portfolios from Vanguard, one of the world’s largest asset managers, known for its low cost funds that have become a staple of retirement accounts.

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Avant-garde, with roughly $ 7.2 trillion in assets under management, is the sixth asset manager to join this year and one of three on the platform to rank among the top five asset managers in the world.

Through CircleBlack Marketplace, advisors can access Vanguard ETF® strategic model portfolios, including:

  • Heart—Owned four Vanguard US and international equity and fixed income ETFs.

  • CRSP—Owned 10 Vanguard US and International Equity and Fixed Income ETFs.

  • S&P—Owned 9 Vanguard US and International Equity and Fixed Income ETFs.

  • Russel—Owned 10 Vanguard US and International Equity and Fixed Income ETFs.

They can also access model goal-based portfolios designed for tax efficiency or income, including:

  • Returned—Provide strategic exposure to high-dividend-paying stocks and quality US corporate bonds, which overlap a core of global equities and fixed income securities.

  • Tax efficient—Using high-quality, low-turnover municipal bonds, as well as global index-linked equity investments, to help investors retain more of their returns.

The new offerings further diversify CircleBlack’s Marketplace lineup, which already includes BlackRock and State Street Global Advisors, also among the top five, as well as (but not limited to) Goldman Sachs, PIMCO, Smartleaf Asset Management and WisdomTree.

Other members who have recently joined the ranks include KraneShares ETFs, which focus on investing in Chinese companies based on the idea that China is its own asset class, and Toews Asset Management, which exploits the weak decision-making capacities of investors to offset sharp declines in the market.

“Over the year, we have transformed our marketplace into the thriving centralized platform it is today, with a featured lineup of widely used asset managers who deliver profitable, diversified strategies across the board. ‘globally and fiscally sensitive’, said Alex Sauickie, President and CEO of CircleBlack.

“Our technology is designed to help advisors quickly choose models and tailor their strategies to the needs of specific clients, and extend the reach of asset managers who wish to expand the distribution of their products and investment models.

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CircleBlack, Inc. provides financial advisors with technology that aggregates data, integrates other financial applications seamlessly, manages data from multiple custodians, and provides actionable insights into client portfolios, helping advisors better manage wealth clients while developing and deepening advisor-client relationships. CircleBlack provides a leading platform designed for the digital age, with a web and mobile app that can be taken anywhere and accessible anytime. CircleBlack’s solution is based on proprietary technology that helps maintain the company’s unique competitive advantages. CircleBlack believes in improving wealth management, both for the investor and the advisor. For more information on CircleBlack, visit https://www.circleblack.com.

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Greater clearing efficiency to strengthen Dubai’s global position – News https://zurc2.com/greater-clearing-efficiency-to-strengthen-dubais-global-position-news/ https://zurc2.com/greater-clearing-efficiency-to-strengthen-dubais-global-position-news/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 19:03:27 +0000 https://zurc2.com/greater-clearing-efficiency-to-strengthen-dubais-global-position-news/ Larger clearing houses could be more aptly described as technology-driven rather than finance-driven By Ahmed ben Sulayem Posted: Sun Nov 7, 2021, 11:03 PM When I analyze the development of Dubai over the past 20 years, I often consider the factors that have contributed to the growth of the emirate. Not only as a place […]]]>

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When I analyze the development of Dubai over the past 20 years, I often consider the factors that have contributed to the growth of the emirate. Not only as a place of commerce, but as a destination for investment, tourism, sport, gastronomy and culture. At best, I can assume it was not just one thing, but a congregation of leaders, a clear understanding of successes and failures in other economies, and a level of agile execution that incorporated proven technology where necessary.

In many ways, this is the story of the most successful companies, and something that the management of the Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC) constantly assesses when evaluating which companies to work with when it comes to ” extend the value to our growing community, while making the FTZ more attractive to companies looking for a safe and globally accessible place to do business.

As a mall, one of the main enablers required for our day-to-day operations is clearing, and while the function itself is not necessarily complicated, the evolution of the clearing industry has come a long way. since its origins some 300 years ago. Today, the largest clearinghouses could be more aptly described as technology-driven rather than finance-driven, especially as the broader market began to migrate to digital solutions in the early 2000s.

While not a household name like Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk, Jeff Sprecher is unquestionably as influential an entrepreneur in global financial markets as either of them in their respective fields. Having developed the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) from humble beginnings in 1996, his company has a current market capitalization of around $ 66 billion and comprises 10 exchanges, including the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and six clearing houses.

As an engineer by training, Sprecher’s approach to expanding his empire both through the acquisition of exchanges and infrastructure enablers allowed him to maintain an objective view of “[celebrating] what is good in these markets, while continuing to repair broken parts ”, a philosophy shared by the initiator of the clearing, Philip Burlamachi.

Born of Italian descent to the exiled descendants of Lucchese Francesco Burlamacchi in Sedan, France, in 1575, Philip Burlamachi is best known for two things: his role as a financial intermediary to King Charles I of England and as a documented first proposer for a national clearing bank. As the main government lender, financier of the East India Company and representative of traders in the City of London, Burlamachi understood the importance of liquidity and reliability when it came to settling transactions and designed the notion of a clearing bank to act as an intermediary, thereby ensuring that transactions protect both buyer and seller, while functioning as an enduring custodian of financial records. Unfortunately for Burlamachi, he was bankrupted by King Charles in 1633, who was unable to pay off the £ 70,000 loan made to him during the Anglo-French War of 1627-1629. However, his legacy was ultimately upheld with the establishment of the Bank of England in 1694, which functioned as the world’s first clearing house, precisely fifty years after his death.

From that moment, independent clearing houses began to open in European trading centers, especially for agricultural products such as grains and coffee. However, the next step towards a more sophisticated structure occurred at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), where market pressures began to drive the evolution of risk controls, no different from those in place today. . According to Governor Randall S. Kroszner, the CBOT “has recognized the importance of creating incentives for compliance with its rules, including the contractual obligations of counterparties to exchange-traded contracts. Initially, the main incentive was the threat that a defaulting member could be denied access to the trading room. There is no doubt that this consequence was a powerful incentive for creditworthy members to meet their obligations, but an insolvent member might not have placed a significant value on the loss of business privileges.

As early as 1873, the CBOT recognized the importance of assessing the solvency of its members and adopted a resolution stipulating that any member whose solvency was in doubt must open its financial accounts for inspection and could be excluded if it refused to do it. Around the same time, the exchange introduced initial margin and variation requirements for exchange-traded contracts and set strict deadlines for the publication of margin deposits. Failure to deposit margin would be considered a default on the member’s contracts.

By 1925, New York and Chicago had established dedicated central clearing houses which became the counterparty to all transactions on their respective stock exchanges. From this point on, the clearing remained relatively unchanged until the arrival of more sophisticated over-the-counter derivatives which required the development of risk management techniques, in particular through the Dodd-Frank law of 2010 to become effective. hedge against flaws and in relatively rapid succession the dawn of the digital age and the arrival of the ICE.

Established and developed almost alongside the DMCC timeline, Sprecher launched ICE in 1997 after buying a tech startup for $ 1. Over the next three years, he and eight colleagues developed the ICE trading platform while meeting with potential clients to better understand how to support the transition to electronic trading, and in doing so, “designed the technology around their flow of trading. work, which has led to many innovative features of the platform. These included pre-trade credit limits, counterparty credit filters, electronic transaction confirmation and other features that are common today, but these were relatively new concepts at the time. When we launched the company with our trading platform completed in May 2000, we gave it the name Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to reflect our ability to cross borders and serve global markets using our technology platform. innovative web-based. The result of this decision is that today more than 70 countries transact on the ICE markets, and we have effectively extended our trading and clearing infrastructure to UK, Netherlands, Singapore, Canada and the United States.

Equipped with an innovative and proven platform, Sprecher’s ability to identify the positive aspects of existing exchanges and how they could be optimized, while providing them with a truly global level of access, has made their offering a winning solution for all. . In 2001, the International Petroleum Exchange of London (IPE) was looking to move from ground trading to electronics. In addition, it was also a regional exchange that offered oil futures contracts with less than 25 percent of the world market share. Following the acquisition of IPE, now known as ICE Futures Europe, the team worked intensively on the development of new cleared swap products, while developing the electronic futures and options markets, which not only shifted London’s crude oil business from ground trading to screen, but expanded the share of traded oil futures from regional to global.

In 2016, ICE Futures Europe achieved 18 consecutive record years of trading activity and continues to serve as a hub of market innovation as well as a launching pad from which ICE Clear Europe and European credit default swaps (CDS) were launched. It should be noted that the former was the City of London’s first new clearinghouse in over a century.

From that moment, ICE acquired and developed its offering to create six clearing houses, including the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) in 2006, which is today known as ICE Clear US, and more recently , ICE Clear Netherlands.

For those of you who know me and the direction in which the leaders of Dubai are heading, you will have made the connection between the reasons I am writing about this. As a true shopping center, incorporating a sophisticated global clearinghouse that shares our perspectives of accessibility and connectivity is not only a missing piece of our current infrastructure, but also added value for our 19,000. member companies and our potential activities. owners seeking to establish a business in the country.

Beyond ICE’s ability to provide a highly efficient clearing service, working with the globally regulated clearing house, DCCC, for our major commodities including DGCX for currencies, metals, hydrocarbons and stocks and our ever-growing list of dedicated commodity centers, including diamonds, coffee, tea, cocoa and crypto, ICE’s infrastructure provides the ability for SMEs to raise capital by listing, without having to engage in the currently high market entry points associated with major exchanges, much like that of the recently launched Nasdaq Dubai, which was made available earlier this year for companies with lower valuations to $ 250 million.

After launching ICE Future Abu Dhabi (IFAD) in 2019 with the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and nine of the world’s largest energy traders, IFAD has laid the groundwork for a true oil benchmark in the Middle East, all by launching the world’s first Murban crude futures contract. Just a 90-minute drive away, it looks like the time has come for ICE to further expand into Dubai and complete what many see as a missing piece of the puzzle.

Ultimately, what makes DMCC unique is not only its ability to create a centralized shopping center on a global scale, but that at one time or another most, if not all, of the largest companies. around the world have either registered or worked directly with a registered member firm. because of its ability to anticipate market needs. In this sense, ICE and DMCC have more in common than it first appears.

Ahmed bin Sulayem is Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DMCC.


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