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For Rigondeaux, 37, his professional career has been a constant battle of one step forward and two steps back. Often avoided due to his talent level and lack of marketability, Rigondeaux has typically been his own worst enemy when it comes to business decisions and his reluctance to fight in a style other than cautious. But a win over Lomachenko would offer Rigondeaux a bookending victory to his career, pairing with his surgical decision win over Nonito Donaire that made his name professionally in 2013.
It would also offer Rigondeaux a chance to play spoiler for a second time against his former promoter Arum, who dropped him after his contract expired in 2013. While you could argue that Lomachenko would benefit more from a commercially satisfying victory to further help build his star, a win over Rigondeaux offers something critically that no other fight can match.
And for those who have been slow to anoint Lomachenko so early in his career as one big-name fighter after another as avoided him, this is important.
Power: Both have relied more on speed and accuracy to finish opponents than heavy hands over the years. And even though Rigondeaux likely has more power comparable to his own division than Lomachenko, considering he has a history of having broken the eye sockets of two opponents and the jaw of another, it's hard to overlook he will be moving up two divisions to face Lomachenko.
Rigondeaux has also proven susceptible to flash knockdowns at both 118 and 122 pounds. Speed: It's going to be fun finding out exactly who has the edge. While Rigondeaux is naturally smaller and has long relied on a lightning quick counter left hand, he's also 37 and has been a victim of inactivity.
Lomachenko, meanwhile, appeared to shock featherweight Gary Russell Jr. Technique: Just how good are these two from a technical standpoint. Let it be known, from now until the end of their respective careers, that this is the only time either one will enter a fight without owning a dominant advantage in this category.
That's what makes this fight unique to any other. Defense: Part of what makes this matchup so fun is that both are polar opposites in terms of their natural inclinations. Lomachenko is a flashy offensive whiz who uses footwork and awkward angles to break opponents down. Rigondeaux is more comfortable avoiding punches and exposing his opponent than necessarily making him pay. Like his contemporary Floyd Mayweather, "El Chacal" is in the conversation among the greatest defensive fighters who have ever laced up gloves.
Intangibles: Lomachenko is in the midst of his physical prime at 29 and has been both active and ambitious in his short career, having fought for a world title in his second pro bout.
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Excellent experience both in booking arrangements and the quality of our visit. Having all the accommodation arranged ahead of time made for a stress free visit and the glacier walk was outstanding in all ways. We enjoyed Iceland - it is a stunningly beautiful country.
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Next time we will seek more experiences away from popular tourist destinations probably some day hikes in national parks and will ask for your advice in arranging that visit.
She was so helpful throughout the process and answered all our questions in a timely manner. I don't have anything negative to say, she was truly spectacular. By far the best travel agent we have ever had.
I don't know what we would have done without her.
Every hotel outside of the city was fantastic. They just got better and better and the food was outstanding. The accommodations, food and sights we visited were outstanding. The itinerary we were provided exactly fit our needs. Also, we loved the restaurant selections that had been recommended to us.
The drivers, tours, hotels, meals and especial our tour guide Rakel was wonderful.
I was mesmerized by the beauty of your country and the kindness of the Iceland people. Klara Lind put together amazing accommodations.
Our map and suggested stops were immaculately prepared. We loved it all. Prior to the trip Klara addressed and customized all details to account for all our needs. I could not be any happier. Our tour guide, was outstanding.CELTIC DIAMOND short back-up of seven days and has two placings from 11 runs this prep, place claims. NOEL'S GIFT 3 wins from six attempts this campaign and came on strong when just beaten last start at Orange, place hope. COLONIAL REIGN won once this prep at Cessnock three runs back and rates highly with Jean Van Overmeire aboard, capable of getting into the money.
Verdancy (8) HERMANITO placed at only start at Hamilton on a soft track and draws to do no work, the one to beat. SOLAAZEM came on strong when just beaten last start at Mount Gambier on a soft track and should run fitter for past attempts, needs the breaks. VERDANCY placed at long odds last start at Hamilton on a soft track when resuming and placed at Wodonga in only second-up attempt, not the worst.
Red Charlize (5) 9. Room to Rhyme (4) 5. Kalangadoo Chrome (10) 7. Perfontein (1) RED CHARLIZE only just missed last start, finishing a length back from the winner at Hamilton and has three placings from five runs this prep, has solid claims.
ROOM TO RHYME racing back from metro track and drops in weight, each-way claims. Party Tiger (13) 1. Black Roe (9) 13. Snitzel Reign (14) PARTY TIGER ran sixth last start at Warrnambool, a winning chance. BLACK ROE only just missed in driving finish last start at Benalla and regarded as a strong finisher, don't dismiss. BENELLA down in weight and should race on the speed, the real danger in the race. SNITZEL REIGN came on to finish midfield at only start at Warrnambool, don't treat lightly.
Pearl de Vere (9) 10. Farnor West (8) 3. Bold Approach (3) BARCHETTA back from 28 week spell and won at Bairnsdale in first outing, will take the power of beating. PEARL DE VERE won last start to break maiden at Moonee Valley when fresh and comes back to race at a country level, dangerous.
FARNOR WEST has won at Warrnambool and placed once this prep, needs the breaks.Even though we did not have the opportunity to meet with Helga in person we felt extremely well looked after by all her hard work and planning before and during the trip, and would completely recommend her and the Nordic Visitor team, you are all wonderful.WATCH: Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Mule Crash on Nürburgring
We would have loved to drop by the office to tell you in person how much fun we were having but we squeezed in extra activities so didn't end up having time to do so. We had asked for a tailored trip which was a day longer than the tour on the website, and Helga organised this effortlessly. We also requested a combination of comfort and superior rooms and again she organised this with no trouble. The comfort rooms were pretty nice to stay in, occasionally having hot-tubs outside and always delicious food at their restaurants.
The superior rooms we stayed at were incredibly memorable and really completed our honeymoon experience. It was the most fantastic honeymoon we could have imagined, thank you so much for organising it for us. We travelled as a family of two adults and one child and organised our combined tours 'Tale of Four cities' Scandinavian capitals and 'Iceland Full Circle' from afar totally online.
The online experience went extremely smoothly. Our consultant, Sirry, was very helpful and responsive. She communicated well and with his prior to our arrival and when we arrived at our first destination everything was well arranged and ran very smoothly - the transfers, the hotels, the ferries, the car hire. The comprehensive package of maps, brochures and information books provided was a fabulous resource.
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GPS was included in our hire cars and this was essential. We also had access to a mobile phone that was provided and this was very comforting in case there were any problems. We did not use it as there were no issues that needed resolution during our combined tours. As a family of three we had an absolutely fantastic time travelling through Scandinavia and Iceland.
Our experience was greatly influenced by the service and organisation of Nordic Visitor. I will highly recommend your services to anyone that I know who wishes to visit the Nordic region.
The customer service was excellent. The tour was excellent, we loved that it progressively got better each day. Meals (breakfasts at the hotel) were excellent. AMAZING JOB ARRANGING THIS TOUR.
We were VERY pleased. We were very pleased with the overall experience traveling through Iceland with Nordic Visitor. The service provided was top notch, very well organized, with detailed and very informative travel material and good selection of hotels and guesthouses. This was a trip we dreamed about for quite a while. Nordic Visitor and Arnar made it all come true.The concept of synergies has been around for some time but what has changed is the planning aspect and the application of a discipline to the selection of channels to maximise its impact.
These numbers are not only growing but increasingly we are seeing non-TV synergies emerging as advertisers and agencies start to get their heads around this.
But they offer opportunities for forming different kinds of relationships that meet consumer needs at different times and occasions. Optimising media duplication and phasing can go a long way in driving synergies but as a first step, marketers will need to ensure that every medium has a role to play within the broader media mix. At the top of the marketing to do list will be gaining a rapid understanding of the needs, aspirations and behaviours of Generation Z, also referred to as the post-millennials and centennials.
Brands will re-think their digital presence to emphasise co-creation, authenticity and transparency essential for connecting with Generation Z Brands will step up efforts to reach the emerging Gen Z consumer segment in 2017. Marketers should invest in digital platforms to offer Gen Z consumers opportunities to interact and co-create. Transparency and imagination will be important as well as experimentation with augmented reality and virtual reality marketing to reach this highly imaginative and visual audience.
Joline McGoldrick is Vice President of Insights and Product Marketing for the Media and Digital Practice of Kantar Millward Brown. In 2017, successful brand stories will be built on delivering a consistent experience across touchpoints, and less on the number of touchpoints used. Michael Nicholas leads the Global Connected Solutions team at Kantar TNS, where he advises clients on digital and integrated marketing activities.
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Synergy will become a part of any multi- media analysisMarketers should adapt the message to the medium whilst maintaining a common creative theme. You can't have a holiday season without articles on predicting food trends for the next year popping up everywhere. Kim Severson of the New York Times calls it "as much an American tradition as ordering an eggnog latte.
Now, Whole Foods has entered the fray, publishing its predicted food trends for 2018. While the list is long and contains some surprising elements (lavender lattes, anyone. Consumers want to know the real story behind their food, and how that item made its way from the source to the store. GMO transparency is top-of-mind, but shoppers seek out other details, too, such as Fair Trade certification, responsible production and animal welfare standards.
Eating a good diet is no longer just about nutrition, it's also about the story behind its production, and what or whom has been harmed (or not) in the making.
By using science to advance recipes and manipulate plant-based ingredients and proteins, these techniques are creating mind-bending alternatives like 'bleeding' vegan burgers or sushi-grade 'not-tuna' made from tomatoes.Jonah was the Founding Investor and Board Member of Right Media (acquired by Yahoo.
Dan Greenberg is the co-founder and CEO of Sharethrough, the largest independent native advertising platform.
Sharethrough is a software company that powers in-feed native ads for premium publishers and enables marketers to programmatically distribute branded content at scale. Dan has been at the cutting edge of digital advertising since 2005, bringing together unique expertise in persuasive technology and native monetization.
He is a regular speaker at advertising and technology conferences and contributes to industry publications including Forbes, AdAge, and TechCrunch. A native of Milwaukee, he is a proud fan and part owner of the Green Bay Packers. Scott graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in economics, and earned an MBA from Harvard University. He most recently served on the board of directors of Blue Nile, the largest online retailer of certified diamonds and fine jewelry, and is a former director of the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) and Turn, Inc.
Michael Katz is a cofounder and CEO of mParticle. He is a sought-after angel investor and advisor and sits on the Board of Directors of BrightlineTV, the leader in connected TV ad solutions.
He has also served as a mentor to startups for Techstars since 2015. Michael is passionate advocate for animal rights, serving as a volunteer for the Southampton Animal Shelter since 2013 and on the board of Humane Generation, a committee of the Humane Society focused on animal rescue. He is a graduate of Syracuse University, and lives with his wife and son in New York City.
Marla serves on the Boards of The Advertising Council, Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC), Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), and Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG). Reisenbach Foundation in 2016, receiving the Distinguished Citizen Award.
Under his leadership, Epsilon has received numerous accolades as a marketing innovator and leader including notable recognition from Forrester Research and Ad Age. On behalf of its clients, Epsilon manages over four thousand databases and 550 million loyalty memberships worldwide, delivers more 47 billion permission-based email messages a year and through its Conversant digital platform manages over 50 billion online interactions per day in display, mobile and video advertising, leveraging the power of rich data to connect people to brands.
Serving over 20 years at Epsilon, Bryan has been CEO since 2009, following prior roles as President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer. Prior to that, he held management positions with Capstead Mortgage Corporation.
Martin Kihn leads the data-driven marketing practice at Gartner, focusing on ad tech, cross-channel, predictive and attribution analytics. He was VP and director of strategy and analytics at various Publicis Groupe agencies, including Digitas, specializing in website and digital marketing analytics and the optimization of display and social campaigns.
As CEO of Publicis Media, Steve King oversees the media hub of Publicis Groupe, one of the largest communications networks in the world. King is responsible for the BrandsStarcom, Zenith, DigitasLBi, Spark Foundry, Blue 449, and Performicsbrought to life through 23,500 employees in over 100 countries.
Prior to this, King was CEO of ZenithOptimedia worldwide and was one of the founding employees of the ground-breaking media agency, Zenith Media, in 1988. Under his leadership, Xaxis became the pacesetter for the programmatic advertising industry, pioneering technology firsts and expanding via several acquisitions and investments in the burgeoning advertising technology market.
At Xaxis, Brian oversaw the development of over 40 new offices, bringing programmatic advertising to major markets including Asia and Latin America. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Media Innovation Group, where he launched the first data management platform for agencies and was instrumental in creating the first and largest agency trading desk.