Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Food sector has released it’s 2011 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Fan Milk Limited (FML.gh) 2011 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileFan Milk Limited manufactures and markets dairy products and fruit drinks in Ghana. The company produces a range of frozen strawberry yoghurts, chocolates, ice cream, snacks, ice lollies and citrus drinks under the following brand names; FanYogo, FanChoco, FanIce, FanDango and FanPop. Fan Milk Limited manages a network of independent distributors and agents. Formerly known as Ghana Milk Company Limited, the company changed its name to Fan Milk Limited in 1962. The company is a subsidiary of Fan Milk International A/S with headquarters in Acca, Ghana. Fan Milk Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange
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Firstly, the acquisition strategy the business has been on during the past decade. Some brands it has bought over the years since 2012 include Cloggs (2013), GO Outdoors (2016), and Finish Line (2018). Despite the recent news about GO Outdoors, these purchases have allowed JD Sports to grow inorganically at a faster pace than average. This boosted growth is shown via the share price performance. The second driving factor is the shift in consumer demand towards sports clothing. In particular, the rise of streetwear, and the norm of wearing sports clothing when not playing sport. The stock investment in JD Sports therefore would have reaped rich rewards for long-term investors!Another high-performing stock investmentRentokil Initial (LSE: RTO) is another stock that would’ve turned a £1,000 investment into over £10,000 in current value. We’ve got to track back slightly longer than JD Sports to get to this figure, looking back to 2008. At the end of the year the share price was around 35p, and now trades around 480p. £1,000 would’ve bought 2,857 shares, with a current value of £13,713. Not as impressive as the stock investment in JD Sports, but still an exceptional return on the initial amount.The business provides services mainly relating to pest control and general hygiene. The share price growth over the past decade can be put down to the diversification of services offered. It has expanded significantly, both in offerings and in locations. For example, a joint venture in 2017 saw it become the largest pest control business in India.The business has also benefited from a rising share price due to socially responsible investors piling in. In 2018 it announced a partnership with Cool Earth in Papua New Guinea to help protect the rainforests. 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About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: governance Research / statistics Technology 851 total views, 5 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis41 An inability to change is the biggest challenge facing charities between now and 2030, according to a new report, while only 25% of charity employees think their organisation is fit for the future. The Future Charity report is the product of a collaboration between change consultancy Kivo, creative and technology agency Manifesto, and fundraising and events agency massive, and is the result of a sector-wide survey of charity employees, and in-depth interviews and discussions with senior charity professionals.57% of the charity employees surveyed identified embracing new technology as one of the biggest challenges facing the sector between now and 2030, with disruption to traditional fundraising methods (55%) and increasing competition within the charity sector (45%) also highlighted as major fears. 852 total views, 6 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis41 Melanie May | 10 June 2019 | News One quarter of charity employees think their organisation is fit for future, says report Other findings include:Charities are unable to keep up with the pace of change due to restrictive structures, which are becoming more costly and administration heavy, lack ambition, and operate under a trustee model defined by business as usual and a lack of accountability87% of survey respondents agreed that “supporter expectations will change significantly over the next ten years”, while 42% think changing consumer behaviour will have a negative impact on the charity sectorAsked about what inhibits their organisation’s ability to fundraise effectively, 76% said it was internal processes, followed by data management capabilities at 74%25% of respondents agreed with the statement “our organisational structure is fit for the future”, 74% agreed that “our structures and processes inhibit our ability to change” and 76% disagreed with “our organisation is highly skilled in dealing with changes in the industry”80% of respondents said technological change would be positive for charities93% agreed that the skills mix in charities needs to changes significantly over the next decadeAlternative payments, machine learning, and chatbots and voice assistants were picked out as the technologies which would have the most impact on the charity sector over the next decade81% of charity workers thought that Brexit would have a negative effect on the sector as a wholeThe report includes a number of areas of focus and practical guidance for organisations looking for help in changing their approach, identifying six major enablers of change with suggestions on how to begin putting them in place. They are: (re)defining purpose; building confidence; securing the right people; measuring meaningfully; collaborating actively; and looking beyond the sector. Jim Bowes, CEO and Founder of Manifesto, said:“This report has been a year and a half in the making. Spending a long time on it has allowed us to witness change during the process of creation. What we heard was that charity leaders were already fully aware of the problems but were crying out for evidence to share with their organisation, suggestions on how to challenge the status quo, and useful tools to help spark ideas and bring people together to make a difference. So that’s what we’ve aimed to do.” Advertisement The report can be downloaded from the Manifesto site.
Team Ireland In a contest to see who would be crowned as the world’s top butchers, Team Ireland, with butchers from Northern Ireland and Ireland competing, have been named the best in the world at the 2018 World Butchers’ Challenge.The Irish team contained two Limerick men, Team Captain Garrett Landers and Stephen Cooke.Following an outstanding display of butchery skills and creativity, the home nation, Team Ireland, was announced at a Gala event in Titanic Belfast last night – Wednesday 21st March 2018.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Team Ireland competed in a visually impressive cutting showdown against teams from eleven other nations: Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, France, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Italy, New Zealand, South Africa and USA.Garrett Landers, Garrett’s Butchers, CastletroyPicture: Gareth WilliamsNarrowly defeated were runners-up Pure South Sharp Blacks from New Zealand followed by the Australian Steelers from Australia.Each team of six had just three hours and fifteen minutes to turn a side of beef, a side of pork, a whole lamb and five chickens into a themed display of value-added cuts, similar of what you would expect in a traditional butcher shop or supermarket but with plenty of innovation and skill at the heart of the displays.Team Captain, Garrett Landers from Garrett’s Butchers in Limerick says this win will add to Ireland and Northern Ireland’s reputation for the quality of its meat and craftsmanship, delivering additional promotion for the entire Island of Ireland on the global stage.“We have been training for the World Butchers’ Challenge for almost 18 months, and to win on our first attempt is just incredible. The standard from the other countries was first-class, and we’re are beyond delighted to have won the award, here in Belfast – the first time that the World Butchers’ Challenge has ever been held here,” comments Garrett Landers, Team Captain, Ireland.Head Judge, Todd Heller from New Zealand, explains: “The results from the top five ranked teams were extremely close and the standard overall was exceptional. We are thrilled to have grown the World Butchers’ Challenge to 12 teams this year from four in 2016 and are focused on building an even greater World Butchers’ Challenge in 2020.”Prior to the main event, the World Champion Young Butcher and Apprentice competition was also held with Thomas Guyomar from France taking out the title of World Champion Young Butcher and Samantha Weller from New Zealand announced as the World Champion Butcher Apprentice.The Irish team also won best pork product and best beef sausage.The World Butchers’ Challenge aims to showcase skill and innovation in the butchery trade.More local news here. TAGSbutcheringGarrett LandersGarrett’s ButchersTodd HellerWorld Butchers Challange Advertisement Twitter Linkedin Limerick butchers meet Michael D. Higgins NewsLocal NewsTeam Ireland named best in the world at 2018 World Butcher’s ChallengeBy Staff Reporter – March 22, 2018 4438 Print Previous articleUniversity of Limerick awards seven students with Access Scholarships AwardsNext articleUniversity of Limerick extend deadline for €18 levy following backlash Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Facebook WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
Top Stories”There Are Many Sub-standard Law Colleges In The Country, Which is A Very Worrying Trend. Judiciary is Attempting To Correct It”; Justice NV Ramana Nupur Thapliyal4 April 2021 7:21 AMShare This – x”There are many sub-standard Colleges in the country, which is a very worrying trend. The Judiciary has taken a note of this, and is attempting to correct the same”,remarked Justice NV Ramana today while delivering the convocation address in the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Convocation ceremony of Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU).”We have more than 1500 Law Colleges and Law…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login”There are many sub-standard Colleges in the country, which is a very worrying trend. The Judiciary has taken a note of this, and is attempting to correct the same”,remarked Justice NV Ramana today while delivering the convocation address in the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Convocation ceremony of Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU).”We have more than 1500 Law Colleges and Law Schools in the country. Nearly 1.50 lakh students graduate from these Universities including the 23 National Law Universities. This is a truly astounding number. This demonstrates that the concept that the legal profession is a rich man’s profession is coming to an end, and people from all walks of life are now entering the profession because of the number of opportunities and increasing availability of legal education in the country. But as is often the case, “quality, over quantity”. Please do not take this wrongly, but what proportion of graduates who are fresh out of college are actually ready or prepared for the profession? I would think less than 25 per cent. This is in no way a comment on the graduates themselves, who certainly possess the required attributes to be successful lawyers. Rather, it is a comment on the large number of sub-standard legal educational institutions in the country which are colleges merely in name”.”One of the consequences of the poor quality of legal education in the country is the exploding pendency in the country. There are nearly 3.8 crore cases pending in all the Courts in India despite the large number of advocates in the country. Of course, this number must be seen in the context of the around 130 crore population of India. It also shows the faith that people repose in the judiciary. We must also keep in mind, that even cases that are filed only yesterday become a part of the statistic regarding pendency.” He saidIn his address, Justice Ramana told the graduating students that being young law graduates, they have the potential of being the “drivers of social change” and therefore this responsibility comes with a burden of raising the voice of those rendered voiceless.”You must be the conscience bearers of the nation. Educate people as to their rights, and provide legal guidance whenever you can. These are heavy burdens to bear, but I am sure you are all strong enough to bear it.” “Through your determined efforts you can empower communities, both locally and globally. Remember, your voice matters.” Justice Ramana said.Addressing Damodaram Sanjivayya, Former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Justice Ramana started the address by speaking about Damodaram Sanjivayya, former CM of Andhra Pradesh and Minister of Labour for Government of India. In the address, Justice Ramana said that everyone can learn from Damodaram Sanjivayya’s exemplary life, his values and his service to the people of the nation. Saying so, Justice Ramana recounted a “famous anecdote” wherein once Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was considering Sanjivayya’s candidature for the post of CM. As many other leaders could not digest this decision, multiple complaints about Sanjivayya being corrupt were made to Nehru. In view of this, a secret enquiry was called upon by Nehru to be conducted by one of his intimate friends.On reaching Sanjivayya’s village, the leader stopped his car in front of a straw hut Sanjivayya’s mother was cooking with a clay pot using firewood. When she was informed about his candidature, she remarked “Will my son be able buy a coal burning stove for me now? It is very difficult to cook using firewood at my age.” It was after this incident that the leader felt no further need of an inquiry. Remembering the incident, Justice Ramana said “Damodaram Sanjivayya was a man of integrity and multifaceted personality. He was a selfless politician responsible for many path breaking initiatives including setting up of the AntiCorruption Bureau to check corruption in government offices. He strived for transparent and corruption- free administration.” On Being a First Generation Lawyer and Life Struggles In a motivational speech, Justice Ramana informed the graduating students that like many of them, even he was a first generation graduate from his family who came from a rural background. Recounting his young days as a law student, Justice Ramana said that he remember how struggling it was for the students then to education themselves.”When I compare my student days to that of the present generation, I feel that all of you are so very fortunate. You have abundant resources, facilities and unlimited access to a world of information. With your knowledge, and enthusiasm, you can create ideas and innovate, and thereby improve the existing methods, systems and the society as a whole.” Justice Ramana said. Quoting British Prime Minister Winston Churchill wherein he said “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity, an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty”, Justice Ramana went ahead to motivate the students by suggesting them to have a “constructive attitude” by which they should always attempt to determine solutions. Responsibility of Teachers and Educational Institutions and Reformation of Educational System Moving ahead with the address, Justice Ramana further remarked that one of the aims of education is to train the students and prepare them to participate in nation building, responsibility of which lies on the teachers and such institutions. While remarking so, he went ahead to state that the education system in India is currently “not equipped to build the character of young students” in order to develop a social consciousness and responsibility.”Students are often caught in the “rat race”. All of us should therefore make a collective effort to revamp the educational system to ensure that students can have the right outlook to their career and life outside.” He remarked. Stating that today’s young law graduates are tomorrow’s judges and lawyers, Justice Ramana further remarked that one must be aware of the challenges and problems with the society to uphold justice in all its facets. “A theoretical understanding of the law is an incomplete understanding of it, as any new graduate who enters the profession understands soon after starting their practice. It is this divide, between theory and practice that the best type of Legal Education attempts to bridge.” Justice Ramana said.Law School, Legal Profession and Justice Delivery System Justice Ramana further remarked that the goal of a law school is to make a Law Graduate socially relevant and technically sound. According to him, young law graduates must be the “social engineers” because law is considered as “an instrument of social change”. Stating that young law graduates have multiple avenues like lawyers, Legal Executives, Arbitrators, Mediators, Solicitors and Judges available to then, he also said that Law Students have to be able to explain their point clearly and precisely with flawless communication skills. “In order to further their practical knowledge, Law Schools should expose students to clinical education through Lok Adalats, Legal Aid Centers and Arbitration and Mediation Centers. Students should actively work with Legal Service Authorities, as it would give them the opportunity to work closely with the justice delivery system.” Justice Ramana remarked. Law Graduates as Drivers of Social ChangeQuoting the famous words of Mahatma Gandhi “Silence becomes cowardice, when occasion demands speaking out the whole truth and acting accordingly.”, Justice Ramana remarked that law graduates as being the drivers of social change, have a heavy burden to raise their voice on behalf of those rendered voiceless. “The most vulnerable are often the victims of human rights atrocities, by either the State or by anti-social elements. As young advocates, you are best placed to strongly oppose the same through legal action. You must be the conscience bearers of the nation. Educate people as to their rights, and provide legal guidance whenever you can. These are heavy burdens to bear, but I am sure you are all strong enough to bear it.” He said. Giving a small piece of advise to the young graduates, Justice Ramana said that they must look at the society from where they have come and at the nation which has invested a great hope in all of them. Advising so, he urged the students to rely on the culture, time vested values and wisdom of India’s great philosophers. “The hallmark of a civilized individual is to give back to society. You should work ethically and whole-heartedly in your own chosen field to enhance the public good. You have to make the whole world and the future generations proud of our country through your actions, and enhance the prestige of the country internationally.” He remarked. Concluding the address, Justice Ramana said: “You are the stewards of this nation and custodians of a very rich tradition. I hope that you contribute in giving back something to this society, to this great nation which has bestowed you with so many privileges. Once again, I congratulate each and every one and wish you success in all your future endeavors. God bless you and have a happy life ahead.”Next Story
August 31, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 8/30/18 Beau Lund Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:AMERICAN LEAGUECleveland 5, Minnesota 3Detroit 8, N.Y. Yankees 7Boston 9, Chicago White Sox 4L.A. Angels 5, Houston 2Seattle 7, Oakland 1NATIONAL LEAGUEMilwaukee 2, Cincinnati 1, 11 InningsSt. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 0Chicago Cubs 5, Atlanta 4San Diego 3, Colorado 2, 13 InningsArizona 3, L.A. Dodgers 1 TOP 25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL(21) UCF 56, UConn 17NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE PRESEASONMiami 34, Atlanta 7Philadelphia 10, N.Y. Jets 9New England 17, N.Y. Giants 12Cleveland 35, Detroit 17Indianapolis 27, Cincinnati 26Baltimore 30, Washington 20Jacksonville 25, Tampa Bay 10Pittsburgh 39, Carolina 24New Orleans 28, L.A. Rams 0Buffalo 28, Chicago 27Minnesota 13, Tennessee 3Houston 14, Dallas 6Kansas City 33, Green Bay 21Oakland 30, Seattle 19L.A. Chargers 23, San Francisco 21Denver 21, Arizona 10Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
As food-to-go consultants, we often get asked about where you should turn to as a business for new insights or strategies on how to sell more products – from bakers and café owners to independent retailers. Never has this been more important than in these harsh economic times.Exhibitions can be an inspirational source of market insights, and we even picked up a few tips ourselves when we got involved in organising the seminars at the Café+ show in March.For example, did you know that people leave the house 13 times a month without eating breakfast, but 60% said they would consume bakery products if they were available to them out of home? That nugget came from BB columnist Georgina Wild of market research firm him!, one of the speakers at the Birmingham NEC.Or how about this one: three-quarters of convenience store customers are men and, on average, they buy 2.1 items per visit. If the product they had in mind is not available, 44% of them would still buy an alternative product, providing they could find it in the store. This proves that ensuring the availability of your products in-store makes all the difference to your success.Another presenter, Marco Arrigo from Illy Coffee, believed bakery retailers and independent cafés could challenge, and beat, the big coffee chain brands by innovating and focusing on delivering three best-of-class hot beverages – espresso, cappuccino and café latte – with an emphasis on the art of barista coffee theatre and linking sales to bakery and confectionery categories.Another top tip was the potential to increase coffee sales by over 30%, through using a good bean-to-cup machine, such as the one demonstrated by coffee machine supplier Melitta, or with a barista offer. People are prepared to pay a price premium for a hand-crafted hot drink, which can help push your customers’ average bakery food and hot drink spend through the £5 barrier – a price point that is all the more challenging as people continue to tighten their purse strings.Contact: [email protected] 020 8572 3780
Ween continued their run along the East Coast last night, hitting the House Of Blues in Boston, MA for a great Tuesday night showing. The band recently put the “Freedom of ’76” into Festival Pier at Philadelphia, PA last Sunday, and moved their way to Boston to keep things going. The band, which includes Gene and Dean Ween (aka Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo Jr.) with Claude Coleman,Jr., Dave Dreiwitz, and Glenn McClelland, got to work on a great show that featured very few repeats from the last show.The band opened with White Pepper track “Exactly Where I’m At,” and brought out rarities like “Japanese Cowboy,” “Papa Zit” and so many more that hadn’t been played since the band’s Terminal 5 run in April. Of course, the band worked in some of their biggest hits as well, like “Transdermal Celebration,” “Spinal Meningitis,” “Bananas And Blow” and more.One of the big highlights of the night came in the encore, when the Weens (aka Gene and Dean) returned by themselves and performed “Squelch the Weasel” from their debut album, GodWeenSatan: The Oneness. Considering the tension between them caused the band to split, it must have been an emotional moment to see the band’s co-founders playfully performing together on stage.Check out full video of the duo playing “Squelch the Weasel,” streaming below, courtesy of Evan Lips.You can also listen to full audio from the show, as taped by Jason Adler.Ween will head to LOCKN’ Festival this weekend, playing one set each on Thursday and Friday nights. You can check out the full setlist from last night, below.Edit this setlist | More Ween setlists