The Croatian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Personal Data Protection Agency (AZOP) and other partners, organizes a cycle of trainings to support companies in the tourism sector in the process of complying with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Trainings will be held in the following cities:Pula, Thursday, March 22, at 13 p.m. in the Great Hall of the County Chamber in Pula (Carrarina 5),Rijeka, Friday, March 23, at 10 p.m. in the Rijeka County Chamber, at the address Bulevar oslobođenja 23 (large hall on the ground floor),Šibenik, on Wednesday, March 28, at 10 am in the City Library of Juraj Šižgorić, at the address Poljana 6,Split, on Tuesday, March 27, at 10 p.m. in the Split County Chamber, at the address Obala Ante Trumbića 4Zadar, date, program and applications available soon HERE. Contact: Maša Jurin email@example.com, 023 / 643-194Dubrovnik, date, program and applications available soon HERE. Contact: Nikolina Trojić firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 / 312-093From the Croatian Chamber of Commerce point out that all interested tourist companies applications We online form or to the contact mail, because applications will be accepted in the order of receipt, ie until the capacity of the hall is filled (one participant per company).
..teams looking for semi-final spotsTHE reward of booking a place in the final four is at stake in tonight’s double- header when the quarter- finals of the STAG Nations Cup knock-out football championship commences at the Tucville ground in the City.In a Georgetown versus West Demerara faceoff, Santos FC will open against Pouderoyen at 18:00hrs,to be followed by the feature clash between Western Tigers and Uitvlugt Warriors.All four teams on show tonight will fancy their chances of advancing to the cash leg of the competition which has prizes of 2M, 1M, $500,000 and $300,000 at stake for the first to fourth placed teams.Western Tigers , who dished out a thumping 8-0 win over fellow City side Flamingo at the same venue on December 18th in their round-of-16 clash,will find Uitvlugt Warriors, the top side in the West Demerara FA,much more formidable opponents.Uitvlugt earned their date with the Tigers owing to a 3-0 win from the penalty mark over another City team, Northern Rangers; that match was played at the Leonora Track and Field Football Field on December 21st.The Warriors did not look their potent self against the Rangers and this would give the Tigers some level of confidence.However, the City side should not take that for granted as this is another day and a different scenario.The top West Demerara side will hope, under the Guidance of former national defender Orville Bobb who is Head Coach to see their players firing against the pride of West Riumveldt. To this end, the experienced Lerone Jacobs will have to turn up today if he is to make his years of experience count in securing a win for his team.Jacobs’ supporting cast will also have to bring their A game to the Tucville arena; the Duke brothers, Keyon and Kevin, Jamal Petty, Carisle Carryol, Alex Moore, Denzil Smith, Daniel Floyd, Jermaine Accra, Ryan Andrews, Kevin Fraser along with their last line of defence, goalkeepers, Travis Fraser and Shawn Browel.Western Tigers on the other hand will start with home advantage apart from playing on a turf that has brought great rewards for them over the years. Randolph Wagner, who led them with a brace in their rampant win over Flamingo will be aiming once again to lead from the front.He would fine able support in the form of Rensford Colridge, Shamar Wilson, Darren Benjamin, Anthony Sancho, Andre Webber and Dwayne Mc Lennon who were all on the score sheet in that win.While the Tigers would be tipped to win, time will tell who would book the second semi final spot as the winner of the opening salvo between Santos and Pouderoyen would have taken the first.This match too is anticipated to be a stern tester for both teams with a place in the final four being a huge motivating factor.Pouderoyen had clawed their way back from being a goal down to defeat Mahaica Determinators at Leonora and will have to replicate and even improve that performance if they are to get past Santos tonight.Pouderoyen’s Kiode King and Esan Nelson were the men who orchestrated the win over Mahaica and would be hoping for another good day at the park for their team. Backing up would be the Harding brothers, Anthony and Ashley, Dwayne St. Kitts, Morgan Denny, Kayode King, Marvin Frank, Denzil Boyce, Quessey Alleyne, Esan Nelson and custodian Sherwin Bernard.Santos too would be harbouring ambitious thoughts of a place in the final four. Like the Tigers, they would start with the advantage of playing at the Tucville ground on numerous occasions and can easily call this venue, home.Keith Cains and teammate Orin Yard had each blasted the nets twice in their 4-0 victory over Herstelling Raiders on December 18th and will more than likely be hunting another such performance.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.- It was a night full of anticipation, fun, and giving back, as local first responders and service men and women took a moment out of their busy schedules to help kids shop for their families. Each child received a $100 gift card to explore the store for as long as they wanted. Each holiday season, Meijer hosts more than 100 “Shop with a Hero” events, which pair children in need with area law enforcement personnel to shop for holiday gifts.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Tips on avoiding heating fires this winterNext Alpena’s Bagley street bridge will get rehabilitated