N.S. SECURITIES COMMISSION–New Venture Financing ProgramAvailable to Nova Scotia Companies Companies in Nova Scotia have a new way to access venture capitaland become listed on the TSX Venture Exchange. The new CapitalPool Company Program was announced today, March 23, by the NovaScotia Securities Commission and the TSX Venture. It becomeseffective on Thursday, March 24. “We believe the introduction of the Capital Pool Company Programin Nova Scotia will help encourage small- and medium-sizebusinesses to investigate the public venture capital route,” saidLes O’Brien, chair of the Nova Scotia Securities Commission. “Itshould translate into exciting new opportunities for our localentrepreneurs.” The program will be of interest to entrepreneurs, angelinvestors, businesses, directors and officers who haveconsiderable experience with junior public companies. It allowsexperienced directors and officers to work with junior publiccompanies to form a capital pool company. The group wouldtypically raise between $200,000 and $1.9 million in an initialpublic offering. This amount is used to seek out an investmentopportunity in assets or a business with growth potential. Capital pool companies were the most popular method for joiningTSX Venture in 2004, with 87 having been launched. Linda Hohol, president of TSX Venture Exchange, said it is anexciting alternative for emerging companies. “The Capital PoolCompany Program enables private entrepreneurs to access thepublic venture market and provides local investors theopportunity to invest in early stage companies.” Since its inception, the program has helped more than 1,500companies across Canada raise money to build and enhance theirgrowth strategy. The program had its start in Western Canada inthe mid-1980s and moved to Ontario and Quebec in 2002. With the approval in Nova Scotia, the program now has roots fromcoast to coast. “This approval helps TSX Venture become a truenational venture capital marketplace. We certainly hope thatinvestors in Nova Scotia and across Atlantic Canada embraceemerging companies as they grow to be future large, nationalCanadian companies,” said Ms. Hohol. There are currently 17 Nova Scotia-based companies on the TSXVenture Exchange (one per cent of the total). These companieshave a combined market cap of $297.2 million.
Mumbai: Extending losses for the fifth consecutive session, equity benchmark BSE Sensex lost 135 points while the NSE Nifty fell below the 11,300 mark on Wednesday after the IMF cut India’s growth outlook. After swinging 394 points, the 30-share Sensex ended 135.09 points or 0.36 per cent lower at 37,847.65. It hit an intra-day low of 37,708.41 and a high of 38,102.84. The broader NSE Nifty slipped 59.75 points or 0.53 per cent to close at 11,271.30. During the day, the index hit a low of 11,229.80 and a high of 11,359.75. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal Top losers in the Sensex pack included IndusInd Bank, Bajaj Finance, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Hero MotoCorp, Axis Bank, M&M, Vedanta and Maruti, falling up to 3.50 per cent. On the other hand, Asian Paints was the biggest gainer, rallying 3.42 per cent, after the company reported an 18 per cent increase in consolidated net profit for the June quarter. HUL, HDFC twins, HCL Tech and ITC too ended in the green, spurting up to 2.06 per cent. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost Besides unabated foreign fund outflows and tepid corporate earnings, IMF’s downward revision of India’s economic outlook further hit domestic investor sentiment, traders said. The IMF on Tuesday projected a slower growth rate for India in 2019 and 2020, a downward revision of 0.3 per cent for both the years, saying its GDP will now grow at 7 per cent and 7.2 per cent respectively, reflecting a weaker-than expected outlook for domestic demand. On a net basis, foreign institutional investors sold equities worth Rs 2,607.97 crore on Tuesday, while domestic institutional investors purchased shares to the tune of Rs 2,625.10 crore, provisional data available with stock exchanges showed. Elsewhere in Asia, Shanghai Composite Index, Hang Seng and Nikkei ended higher, while Kospi settled in the red. Bourses in Europe were also trading on a mixed note in their early sessions. On the currency front, the Indian rupee depreciated marginally to 68.99 against the US dollar (intra-day). Meanwhile, the global oil benchmark Brent crude futures rose 0.22 per cent to USD 63.97 per barrel.
Rabat – The coach of the national team Hervé Renard, said he is a “happy and satisfied man” after the qualification of the National Eleven at the World Cup-2018, and hailed the combativeness and selflessness of his players.“The combativeness and selflessness of the players have been key to qualifying and winning today against Ivory Coast,” said the national technician at the post-match press conference.“We maintained our philosophy of play. We did not want to change anything compared to our last games. It was necessary to continue to press and force the opposing team to lose the ball,” Hervé Renard said. “Thanks to our solidarity and our pressing, we managed to disrupt the Ivorian players,” he added, noting that the players have managed to play an “exceptional” match to win many duels.“In the pre-match talk, I told them (the players) that there was the 1980 generation (1986 World Cup), the 1990 generation (with the 1994 and 1998 World Cups), and that now it was up to them to enter history. They did it brilliantly, “he said.He also expressed his pride, as well as that of his players, that “the Moroccan flag returns to the World Cup”. “This is the fifth qualification, so Morocco is not a small football country”.“I am certainly a fulfilled man. The return will be exceptional. These are unforgettable moments. I am lucky to live them. I certainly have a good star. But I’m especially happy for the fans who made the trip, “he said.“Imagine for a moment that they made the trip for nothing. There are those who made sacrifices. They came with all their heart, from very far, “said Renard.Noting that this is the culmination of a long-term work, the national coach said that “when I took office, I had to change the state of mind of the Moroccan fans” since Morocco did not manage to “qualify for the CAN and the World Cup”.The Moroccan national team has secured its ticket to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, beating in Abidjan its Ivorian counterpart by 2 goals to 0, Saturday at Felix Houphouet Boigny Stadium.
Niagara Regional Police say they have charged a Fort Erie man in connection with a stabbing that led to a police shooting.Last month, Niagara Police responded to reports that a man had been stabbed at the urgent care centre of Douglas Memorial Hospital.Police say 29 year-old Brandon Stewart has been charged with attempted murder and assault with a weapon. He is currently in custody awaiting a bail hearing.The Special Investigations Unit says that when officers arrived at the hospital last month they saw a 61 year-old man with knife wounds and were quickly approached by a 29 year-old, who police are identifying as Brandon Stewart. There was some sort of interaction between police and Stewart when an officer shot him.Niagara Police can’t release any other information as the SIU investigation is ongoing.
Ohio State junior guard Aaron Craft was chosen as the Academic All-America Team Member of the Year for Division I men’s basketball by Capital One Thursday. Craft, a native of Findlay, Ohio, is a nutrition major who has plans to go on to medical school. He holds a 3.92 GPA. He was named to the Capital One Academic All-America for the second consecutive year, and also received the NCAA Elite 89 Award for highest GPA at the 2012 NCAA Tournament Final Four. The award is given to student-athletes who are either varsity starters or key reserves with at least a 3.30 cumulative GPA. The athletes must also be at least a sophomore in both athletic and academic standings and be nominated by their sports information director. The athlete is then selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, a 2,800 member national organization made up of public and media relations and communications professionals in all levels of U.S. and Canadian college athletics. Craft leads the Buckeyes in steals with 51 this season. He also holds OSU records for steals in a season with 98 and for assists in a game with 15. This season, he averages 9.2 points, 4.6 assists and two steals per game. Craft has played an average of 33 minutes per game, second only to the Buckeyes’ lead scorer, junior forward Deshaun Thomas. Craft has also been named to the Big Ten’s All-Freshman Team (2011), a third-team All-Big Ten selection (2012), the Big Ten All-Defensive Team twice (2011, 2012) and was Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year for 2012. He also earned the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award for 2012. OSU currently holds a 19-7 record and is ranked No. 18 by the AP poll. The Buckeyes are set to play Michigan State Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Schottenstein Center.
Image: RollingNews.ie Mar 2nd 2017, 5:47 PM A SERIAL OFFENDER with 160 previous convictions claimed to be an undercover garda before taking part in handcuffing and robbing a man, a court has heard.Gary Kearney (25) and an accomplice quoted sections of law before “searching” the man and removing his belongings on Millennium Bridge, Dublin in the early hours of the morning. The robbers were aggressive and the victim feared he would be pushed into the Liffey while handcuffed.Kearney’s previous convictions include assault, animal cruelty, robbery, theft, burglary, criminal damage and public order offences.Defence counsel, Luigi Rea BL, told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court that drink and tablets had been a feature of Kearney’s life and there was a place available for him in a 12-week residential treatment program.GuiltyKearney of Poddle Close, Crumlin, Dublin pleaded guilty to robbery, false imprisonment and theft in Dublin city centre on September 11, 2016.Judge Melanie Greally said Kearney had an “appalling record of offending” and that if the cycle was to be broken he would have to address his addiction issues. She adjourned sentencing until May to allow Kearney attend for residential treatment at Cuan Mhuire.Garda Brian McLoughlin told Elva Duffy BL, prosecuting, that at around 1.30am Kearney and his accomplice approached a man crossing the Millennium Bridge.One of the men had a radio and the second had handcuffs. They told the victim he was under arrest.This was witnessed by another man who the pair had just previously approached claiming to be undercover plain clothes gardaí and quoting a section of law. This first man had become suspicious that they were not gardaí and backed away from them.HandcuffedKearney and his accomplice quoted law again to the second man. They put handcuffs on him and told him he was being taken to Pearse Street Garda Station.They held the man up against the bridge and the victim feared he would be pushed into the Liffey while wearing the handcuffs. They searched him and took his phone, travel and bank cards.Garda McLoughlin said due to the aggression of the men the victim began to suspect they were not gardaí and asked for his belongings back. They returned his travel and bank cards and removed his handcuffs.They said he would get his phone back at the garda station but when he continued to ask for it the men began to handcuff him again. The man defended himself and was assisted by the witness. A woman filmed part of the incident on her mobile phone.Garda McLoughlin said he and a colleague arrived at this point and arrested Kearney. His accomplice fled the scene and has not been charged.Garda McLoughlin said the handcuffs were “quite realistic” and the victim believed they were real. He agreed with Rea that they were not of the same standard as garda handcuffs.Rea said Kearney had written a letter of apology to the victim in which he said he was ashamed of his actions and realised it was entirely inappropriate.The court will hear a full plea in mitigation on Kearney’s behalf from Rea on the next date.Read: Grandmother with 31 previous convictions admits role in credit card fraud gang By Nadya Labi Short URL Thursday 2 Mar 2017, 5:47 PM No Comments Man with 160 convictions accused of claiming to be undercover Garda to rob man on Dublin bridge Kearney’s previous convictions include assault, animal cruelty, robbery, theft, burglary, criminal damage and public order offences. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 21,810 Views Image: RollingNews.ie Share10 Tweet Email http://jrnl.ie/3267572
An 18-year-old Battle Ground driver was arrested Sunday evening on suspicion of vehicular assault and felony hit-and-run driving after a multiple car collision on Highway 14 at the Columbia Shores exit one mile east of downtown Vancouver.The Washington State Patrol identified the suspect as David A. Fabyanchuk, 18. He was reported to be in custody at the Clark County Jail on Monday morning.Troopers said he was driving an older yellow BMW coupe too fast when he rear-ended another vehicle at the eastbound offramp, and the force pushed it into another vehicle.The other drivers were identified as Richard A. Gales, 59, of Vancouver, and Milissa S. Ormiston, 51, of Vancouver.Gales and a passenger, Emmanuel Gales, 20, were reported injured, as was a passenger in Fabyanchuk’s BMW, Daniel Belash, 19, of Vancouver. All were taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center for evaluation and treatment of injuries.The crash was reported at 5:30 p.m.
In 2011, Washington’s 61 cardrooms employed 5,413 people and paid $22.8 million in local taxes, according to the Washington State Gambling Commission.Two months after the Oak Tree Casino opened, rumors continue to swirl about as many as three more cardrooms going live in Woodland this year, city officials said.Such developments, if they occurred, would give Woodland as many cardrooms as La Center — four.The prospect of eight cardrooms less than 10 miles apart — not to mention a proposed tribal casino off Interstate 5 in La Center — has some observers asking when more gambling outlets would result in dwindling returns for the cities they call home. “At some point, you reach a saturation point,” said Mark Stephan, a political science professor at Washington State University Vancouver.Cardroom officials are not worried about a saturation point. Not yet, at least. There are enough pieces of the multimillion-dollar pie to go around, they said.“(I)n general economic terms, I don’t think gaming is any different than any other industry,” said John Bockmier, a Vancouver-based consultant for La Center’s four cardrooms, which brought in $31.3 million in gross receipts in the fiscal year ending in June 2011. “There is competition between other like businesses for discretionary dollars.”Talks of more cardrooms in and around Clark County run contrary to the statewide trend.In 2011, Washington’s 61 cardrooms employed 5,413 employees and paid $22.8 million in local taxes, according to the Washington State Gambling Commission. Those numbers were far below the 2005 peak, when 97 cardrooms employed 6,972 workers and paid $32 million in local taxes.
Barrett Business Services Inc., the Vancouver-based supplier of staffing and outsourced human resources services, continues to surf a wave of growth, bringing in fourth-quarter net revenue of $144.5 million. That’s up 27 percent from $113.7 million in the October-to-December period in 2012, the company said Wednesday during its quarterly earnings conference call.Barrett posted a profit of $5.6 million in the fourth quarter, or 74 cents per share. That compares with a profit of $5.8 million, or 80 cents per share, during the same three-month period in 2012.For all of 2013, the company hauled in net revenue of $532.8 million, up 32 percent from $402.7 million in 2012. Barrett reported a $17.9 million profit for all of 2013 — an increase of 36 percent from $13.1 million in 2012. James Miller, chief financial officer for Barrett, said Wednesday that the company is “well-positioned for continued growth in 2014 and beyond.”The company, which has more than 3,000 clients in 23 states, is a pioneer of “professional employer organization” services. Under that system, Barrett becomes a co-employer of a client’s workforce, handling human resources responsibilities, including workers’ compensation claims.Its clients include electronics manufacturers, light-industrial companies, forest products and agriculture-based businesses, transportation and shipping enterprises, and food processing and telecommunications companies.Two new officesThe company’s president and CEO, Michael Elich, said 2013 “was a great year for BBSI in many ways.” The company’s success included gaining a net 120 clients in the fourth quarter of last year. This year, Elich said, Barrett plans to open two new offices — one in San Luis Obispo, Calif., the other in Reno, Nev.
WILMINGTON, MA — Natalie E. (Anderson) Redfearn, age 82, of Wilmington, passed away peacefully at home on May 8, 2019.Natalie was born on June 26, 1936 in Winchester, MA; she was the cherished daughter of the late Florence E. (Rattray) Anderson. Natalie grew up in Winchester and was raised by William and Helen Saunders. She graduated from Winchester High School in 1954.Natalie worked in Boston for a few years before taking a job as a bank teller at Shawmut Bank. While working, Natalie met the love of her life, David W. Redfearn. The couple moved from North Reading to Wilmington in 1975.Natalie and David were inseparable; Natalie adored David and they enjoyed many social activities together. They were Lifetime Members of the Lake Quannapowitt Yacht Club in Wakefield. Natalie and David had countless friends and wonderful memories of the social gatherings at the Yacht Club. Natalie was also a member of the Bowling Team. She made many friends through her bowling league.Natalie loved to travel; she took many trips with David and her friends to Kennebunkport and Aruba. In her spare time, she loved to read, knit and spend time with her family, especially her great-grandchildren. Natalie was an animal lover; she loved all animals, but she especially loved her dachshunds.Natalie was the beloved wife of the late David W. Redfearn, devoted mother of Nancy Assenza & her husband Joe of Wilmington, the late Stephen Redfearn, Adrienne Goffnett and Allison Mondi, loving “Grammy” of Joseph Assenza, Alexander Assenza, Jennifer Assenza, Brian Puglia, Katie Puglia and Dana Padden, “Great-Grammy” of Selena, Santino and Marianna, cherished daughter of the late Florence E. (Rattray) Anderson and William & Helen Saunders, dear sister of the late William Saunders, sister-in-law of Derry Saunders, loving aunt of Laurie Saunders of Mexico and Billy Saunders of Tamworth, NH.Family and friends will gather for a Funeral Service at the Nichols Funeral Home, Inc., 187 Middlesex Ave., (Rte. 62), WILMINGTON, on Thursday, May 16th at 10:30 a.m. Interment will follow in Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield. Visiting Hours will be held at the Funeral Home on Wednesday, May 15th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.Memorial donations in Natalie’s name may be made to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm, 400 Broadway, Methuen, MA 01844.(NOTE: The above obituary is from Nichols Funeral Home.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: David W. Redfearn, 90In “Obituaries”Wilmington OBITUARIES (Week of May 12, 2019)In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Janet (Colucci) O’Connor, 86In “Obituaries”
–A three-phase horticultural exposition is set to begin on Thursday with a view to enriching farmers and agricultural entrepreneurs with the knowledge of latest agricultural technologies, innovation and environment friendly practices.The exposition will be held in three phases in three different districts – Khulna, Jhenaidha and Jessore.Crosswalk Communications is organising the fairs with the support of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Department of Agricultural Extension(DAE). ACI Agribusinesses is the title sponsor of this event.The first phase will be held in Dumuria Shadhinota field of Khulna from 1 to 2 March, the second phase from 5 to 6 March in Kalicharan Union Parishad field of Kaliganj in Jhenaidah and the last phase in Taora Primary school field of Godkhali in Jessore from 9 to 11 March.The fair will remain open for all from 10:00am to 7:00pm. Cultural Show by local artists and a raffle draw will be held for the visitors.“We have scarcity of land, so we need to know the best use of agri-land and utilise proper technology and techniques for maximum production. The fair will help our farmers and entrepreneurs to learn the importance of agri-technology and how new innovation can increase productivity of land and ensure optimum outputs,” said ACI Agribusinesses managing director & CEO FH Ansarey.The organisers expect that the farmers while visiting the fair would know about the best use and practice of agro machineries, fertilizers, seeds and other inputs in agriculture.
Ruhul AminLocal Awami League leader Ruhul Amin has been expelled from the ruling party for his alleged involvement in the gang rape of a woman at Char Bagya village in Subarnachar upazila of Noakhali, reports UNB.Ruhul was the party’s upazila unit publicity affairs secretary and a former union council member. The decision to expel him was taken at an emergency meeting on Friday night, said AL’s Subarnachar Upazila unit president Omar Faruk.It was alleged that Amin’s followers gang-raped a woman at his behest on the night of the general election on 30 December. Police have arrested seven people, including Ruhul.The victim’s husband said a group of men had stormed their house in the early hours of Monday and tied up all the family members except his wife. They took her outside at gunpoint and raped her in turns for voting for BNP’s electoral symbol ‘sheaf of paddy’.The men also threatened to kill them if they disclosed the incident to anyone, he said.The victim was hospitalised the next day with the help of neighbours. A case was later filed against nine people over the incident.
A composite material consisting of a horse protein and metallic nanoparticles displays magnetic properties very similar to those of human brain tissue, scientists have found. The work, published in the June 20 online edition of Physical Review B, may help lead to a more thorough understanding of the magnetic behavior of brain tissue and other complex natural materials. Studying the magnetism of many natural substances, such as rocks, soils, and biological materials, can be difficult because they tend to be a mix of several magnetic components. This means that valuable structural and functional information, which can be obtained from a material’s magnetic properties, is often left undiscovered.“It can be very difficult to separate the different components to study them individually,” said the study’s lead scientist, geophysicist Ann Hirt, to PhysOrg.com. Hirt is a researcher at the Institute of Geophysics in Zurich, Switzerland. “Often, the use of several analysis methods is necessary and, even then, definite conclusions are seldom. Finding and investigating model materials may help remedy this problem.”As a first step, Hirt and her team identified the different components in the brain that produce magnetic signals. They used various magnetic methods, which are normally used to identify magnetic minerals in rocks. They found that the brain tissue, in which the other components are embedded, contributes the strongest magnetic signal, followed by iron in the blood of the brain. Next is ferritin, an iron-carrying protein found in nanoparticle form. Recently, a fourth component was discovered, but its identity has eluded scientists. It is either the iron-oxygen compound magnetite or a very similar compound, maghemite — or perhaps even a blend of the two. Magnetite and maghemite have such similar magnetic properties that distinguishing between them is very difficult.“Although the signal from the tissue itself was very strong, we could easily subtract it from the total magnetization,” said Franziska Brem, another Institute of Geophysics scientist geophysicist on the team. “The remaining signal appeared to be a combination of the signals from ferritin and magnetite.”To confirm this, the group measured the magnetic properties of a model system for which they knew the exact content and that they could study with certainty: a mixture of horse-spleen ferritin and protein-coated magnetite nanoparticles. The results show a striking similarity to the measurements for actual brain tissue.“Based on these measurements, we can assume that the ferritin and magnetite/maghemite behavior in brain tissue is very close to that of our model material,” Brem said.By Laura Mgrdichian, Copyright 2006 PhysOrg.com Researchers use magnetically actuated microrobots to deliver stem cells to tissue targets Explore further Citation: Protein-Nanoparticle Material Mimics Human Brain Tissue (2006, July 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2006-07-protein-nanoparticle-material-mimics-human-brain.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
While engineers are busy with the maintenance work, residents can collect water at the Acaciavale Jamaat Khana and the mosque in Poona Road. Residents are urged to bring their own containers.DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite uThukela District Municipality was seen distributing water in the Acaciavale area today (November 13).This follows water shortages due to emergency maintenance work being carried out at the Ezakheni Water Treatment Plant in Embizeni.Over 250,000 households are without water as a result of the maintenance work. Residents of Ezakheni, Acaciavale and Aloe Park have had dry taps since Friday (November 11).Tankers were seen today in Acaciavale, distributing water to affected households.Al-Imdaad Foundation members have also been giving out water to community members in Acaciavale; two five-litre containers to every household.
The Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC) is calling on the newly elected NSW Government to make promoting regional tourism a priority.ATEC managing director Felicia Mariani today welcomed the new government to office, saying ATEC’s regional NSW members were hoping to “see a renewed focus on driving visitors to regional areas across the state”.“Creating new, high quality tourism experiences in regional NSW is critical to ensuring both international and local tourists are enticed to look further than our capital cities and spread the tourism dollar across the state,” Ms Mariani said.In its plan for NSW tourism the new government promised $5 million in funding to regional tourism operators during the election campaign, a move Ms Mariani welcomed but has said “must be tied to specific regional outcomes”.“We are yet to see detail on how the Government will manage this process or the criteria for assessment and allocation of funds.“ATEC believes any funding needs to support broader regional tourism plans that identify key local products and experiences that will appeal to consumers and increase visitation to the regions.“The Government has prudently required these funds be applied to creating and developing new tourism experiences, rather than being used on salaries or advertising campaigns, but ATEC believes it is imperative this funding contributes to achieving long-term, sustainable outcomes for our regional tourism operators and their communities.”Within the NSW Government’s plan for NSW tourism are moves to establish a Visitor Economy Taskforce by 2020 and to create “an independent authority to sell NSW” in Destination NSW funded with $40 million.According to the NSW Government, tourism to the state creates 162,500 jobs and accounts for 3.9 percent of gross state product which is a contribution of $13.9 billion to the state economy. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: G.A
Hyatt has unveiled a new Hyatt Place Hotel in Goa. The hotel is located in North Goa, close to Candolim Beach, Calangute Beach and Fort Aguada, and 36 km from Goa’s Dabolim Airport.“The opening of Hyatt Place Goa/Candolim is a significant milestone for the Hyatt Place brand as it continues to expand in India and across the globe. Goa’s first Hyatt Place hotel will be a vibrant and dynamic hotel that combines comfort and style that fits right into the region’s holiday capital,“ said Kurt Straub, Hyatt’s Vice President of operations for India.The new hotel features 147 rooms, all of which feature ‘Cozy Corner’ sofa-sleepers and free WiFi. Facilities include a 24/7 F&B area, a bar, 24-hour gym, outdoor pool and meeting space.Hyatt Place Goa becomes the company’s third property in Goa, following the existing Grand Hyatt and Park Hyatt hotels, and the fourth Hyatt Place in India.
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