Aromajoin's digital scent hackathon successfully featured the world's first long-distance, scent-broadcasting experience

Hackaroma Finalists

On June 19th, 2020, Japanese startup Aromajoin hosted the final pitch event of 'Hackaroma,' the company's and the world's first digital scent hackathon.

Broadcasting scent over the internet is an amazing feature. We plan to make it an official function of Aroma Shooter this Fall.”

— Chu Bao Trung – Aromajoin's Software Engineering Manager

KYOTO, JAPAN, August 8, 2020 / — Japanese startup Aromajoin hosted the final pitch event of 'Hackaroma,' the company's and the world's first digital scent hackathon. Aromajoin live-streamed pitches via Zoom, where each participant demonstrated their scent projects with an Aroma Shooter, Aromajoin's own digital scent device, and a set of 6 aroma cartridges. Before each demo, viewing participants prepared their devices such that every Aroma Shooter contained the same set of matching aromas. During a demo, whenever a speaker triggered their scent cartridges, the same combination of cartridges were emitted through the devices of the viewers. In this way, Hackaroma finalists broadcasted scent over the Internet for the first time ever in real-time.

Six finalists from all over the world participated in the event. Three in Japan, one in Australia, one in Sweden, and the last in Colombia. ‘AromaDraw’, an online multiplayer game, took first place. In ‘AromaDraw,’ one player draws a picture of a common object, while an AI engine evaluates their drawing and diffuses smells through the Aroma Shooters of all other players. After smelling, players are asked to guess the subject of the drawing and assigned scores based on each person's ability to make correct judgements. Other interesting projects included using scent to help people toggle instantly between working and relaxing states of mind, controlling scent diffusion using hand gestures, an AR-based scent-matching game, a multi-sensory culinary menu, and a fantasy RPG.

Aromajoin, ecstatic about reactions to the event, intends to sponsor Hackaroma annually. The company expects future hackathons to build upon the growing functionality of the Aroma Shooter and its software.

The matte black version of the Aroma Shooter is now available at half price, USD $498, during Aromajoin's ‘Scent For All’ campaign, which ends August 31st, 2020:

The Aroma Shooter is a 6-chamber aroma emitter that completely abandons liquid media (no vapor, nor mist, nor steam). Based on Aromajoin's proprietary solid-state fragrance material, the device simply transports scented air on command, making it nearly impossible for odors to mix together unintentionally, even as scents change at high speeds. The Aroma Shooter gives creative people the means to activate and transition discrete (or blended) scents as smoothly as visual content on a screen or sound through a speaker.

Aromajoin's mission is to change the world with aroma communication. In practical terms, the startup is pioneering development of a true, end-to-end digital scent infrastructure, imagining a future where scent information travels as seamlessly as text, audio, and video.

About Aromajoin Corporation: Founded in 2012 in Kyoto, Japan, Aromajoin Corporation produces the world's most advanced aroma delivery systems, serving the needs of over 100 enterprise clients in retail, cosmetics, F&F production, entertainment, VR, and neuroscience.

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African American Leaders Vol. II Really Big Coloring Books®, Inc. | Diversity in Publishing Since 1988

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Just released African American Leaders Vol. II a book of inspiration celebrating American Leadership and Diversity.

Product diversity and inclusiveness are keystone building blocks at Really Big Coloring Books®, Inc. and since 1988.”

— Wayne Bell Publisher

SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA, August 7, 2020 / — African American Leaders Vol. II (AAL Vol. II) is a follow up to the many year success of the Vol. I – African American Leaders (AAL Vol. I). A global seller the first volume and now the second volume as well highlights leadership, invention, many firsts, civil rights leaders, politicians, movie stars and much more in leadership roles helping to inspire all upcoming generations. Celebrating the diversity of African American Leadership the book highlights the many successes, struggles and depicts modern and historical achievements including pop culture.

Really Big Coloring Books® is noted for its diversity in publishing and its inclusiveness in product offerings. African-American Leaders highlights the history and accomplishments of African Americans in North America. Schools around the nation incorporate these books into their curriculum.

Really Big Coloring Books® consulted teachers, educators, historians, and librarians to develop the content of this book. Historical figures, novelists, government leaders, military leaders, civil rights leaders, educators, and heroes and heroines of African-American descent are included. Leaders in entrepreneurship, sports, music, science and technology as well as African-American firsts are also represented.

Power Panel Coloring Books are notebook-style with a colorful plastic spiral binding. Each Power Panel book contains at least 24 pages to provide hours of coloring fun with games, puzzles, mazes and connect the dots, word search and more. This is a perfect travel sized coloring book for a plane, train or car ride! These fun books are 8.5” x 11” with a high quality, full color card stock cover. Each inside page is a high-bright, white paper that children can use crayons, colored pencils, magic markers and even water colors on! The pages are perforated and the chip board back of the book can be used as an easel!

Headquartered in St. Louis, MO Really Big Coloring Books®, Inc., is a multi-national company providing books, coloring books, musical products and other paper products. The company holds membership in industry organizations including The Missouri Press Association, System for Award Management for the U.S. Govt. (SAM), promotional products groups, SAGE, ASI, and PPAI, The International Book Publishers Assoc. (IBPA) and other publishing industry leading groups. A Member of the Library of Congress Copyright Office in book and music publishing.1-314-725-1452 for more information or visit The company owns more than 1600 web domains across the globe, all relating to books and music.

Really Big Coloring Books® are made in the USA. They Design, Create, Sell & Publish all types of Coloring Books for Business, Government, Schools, Groups and Individuals.

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The Recruiting Co-Op to Serve Just 100 LA Moms and Help Improve Quality of Life

Recruiting Co-Op members enjoy gift cards to LA's best health food stores

Recruiting Co-Op members enjoy gift cards to LA’s best health food stores

Join The Recruiting Co-Op Before October 1st, 2020 to Enjoy Gift for Christmas

Join The Recruiting Co-Op Before October 1st, 2020 to Enjoy Gift for Christmas

Participate in Recruiting for Good

Participate in Recruiting for Good

Members that participate in The Recruiting Co-Op earn proceeds to fund education, food, and housing for their family.

I love to help moms make life better!”

— Carlos Cymerman, Founder, The Recruiting Co-Op

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, USA, August 7, 2020 / — The Recruiting Co-Op purpose is to help 100 LA moms fund education (school tuition), food (enjoy supermarket savings), and housing (mortgage repay).

Co-Op Members participate in Recruiting for Good's referral program to earn proceeds and improve the quality of their family's life.

According to Recruiting Co-Op, Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "Moms simply make introductions to your husbands, bosses, or friends who hire professional staff; Recruiting for Good does the leg work, and earns finders' fees that are shared to make life better."

How to Join The Recruiting Co-Op

Email Sara(at)RecruitingforGood(dot)com to schedule a time and speak with Carlos Cymerman, Founder of Recruiting for Good (Co-Op).

1. Mom completes call; and is invited to participate (introduce an executive or manager at a company hiring professional staff).

2. Recruiting for Good helps company find and hire a professional for the company; and earns a finder's fee.

3. Upon completion of probation period (90 days); Recruiting for Good donates $500 to a nonprofit helping feed LA. And co-op member (mom) receives $5,000 toward education, food, or housing.

If company continues to retain Recruiting for Good for more hires; Co-Op member will earn $500 from every subsequent hire.

Carlos Cymerman, adds, "Join the Co-Op before October 1, 2020 and enjoy a $2500 shopping gift card for Christmas. Life is fun and rewarding for those who participate….enjoy shopping for good."


Since 1998, Recruiting for Good has been a purpose driven staffing company. Companies retain our recruiting agency to find talented and value driven professionals in Accounting/Finance, Engineering, Information Technology, Marketing, Operations, and Sales.

The Recruiting Co-Op purpose is to help 100 LA moms improve the quality of life for their family; by helping fund education (school tuition), food (supermarket savings), and housing (mortgage repay). Members make referrals enabling Recruiting for Good to provide staffing services (fulltime placements). Monies are generated to benefit Co-Op members

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Parenting Kids with ADHD and Related Challenges Just Got a Little Easier

Mother and Daughter Laughing in the Sun

Parenting Kids with ADHD and Related Challenges Just Got a Little Easier!

Parent Virtual Support Group

As a parent of complex kids myself, I’m passionate about helping other parents overcome the burnout and exhaustion they experience, especially now. This is where they can have support and connection.”

— Cheryl Susman

NORTHBROOK, IL, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — As the school year begins, parents of children with ADHD and related challenges have a more challenging road ahead with hybrid learning and e-learning. To help support them, Cheryl Susman, ADHD Coach & Educational Therapist is offering a Complimentary Preview on August 26 or Thursday, September 10, Noon – 1, for the new virtual support group, Partnering with Parents of Complex Kids. The purpose of the group is to support parents in these unprecedented times so they can build stronger family relationships, gain skills to cope with daily challenges, and help their children become more independent learners with less stress.

The group will meet twice-monthly, Wednesdays, Noon – 1 pm, the first and third Wednesdays of the month (September will meet 9/16 and 9/30).

“As a parent of complex kids myself, I’m passionate about helping other parents overcome the burnout and exhaustion they experience, especially now,” said Susman. “Oftentimes parents can feel overwhelmed, isolated, and alone, and I’m excited for this group where parents can have some support and connection.”
To find out more, go to

Cheryl Susman, ADHD Coach & Educational Therapist, helps parents, adults, and entrepreneurs living with ADHD and related challenges reduce stress, boost confidence, and create the family life they want.

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Truth Decay: What It Is and What This Political Scientist Is Doing About It

SUWANEE, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — Recently, the podcast Polititeen had Dr. Jennifer Kavanagh, a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation, as a guest to discuss truth decay, or the diminishing reliance on facts and analysis in U.S. political and civil discourse.

Dr. Kavanagh is one of the top experts on this subject, and in addition to her research on U.S. military interventions for RAND, she currently heads the organization’s Countering Truth Decay Initiative, which works to truly define the major driving forces behind truth decay today, and propose research-based solutions

On Polititeen, Dr. Kavanagh spoke with teen hosts Varoon Kodithala and Damian Galvan about her work and some of the approaches to truth decay that she and her colleagues are exploring.

One of the first topics the hosts asked their guest about surrounded careers in political science. Dr. Kavanagh described her own career trajectory, which included taking some time off to work after she graduated college with a degree in political science.

Some of that time was spent working at RAND doing research, and this is part of what influenced her to pursue a doctorate in political science.

Today, Dr. Kavanagh spends her time conducting policy research that can be used to make policy recommendations.

Of course, contemporary truth decay within major information sources has produced a vacuum for reliable information that’s directly chipped at her ability to make recommendations that are actually trusted and put into practice. One of the most significant results of truth decay is that Americans no longer have a single, shared set of facts. Instead, with everyone getting their news from different sources — many of which have different agendas — objective, undeniable facts have become harder to pin down than ever.

“It’s hard to tackle major issues like coronavirus, climate change, or immigration if we don’t have a shared set of facts,” Dr. Kavanagh said. “Without that shared set of facts, it’s hard for policymakers to talk about tradeoffs, policy options. These big issues like homelessness or immigration—they’re not going to be solved in two or four or eight years. So it’s critical that we have one set of shared facts that last beyond one administration.”

The hosts also asked Dr. Kavanagh about potential solutions to the problem of truth decay, including methods that some social media platforms have started using, like flagging false or misleading information.

Dr. Kavanagh supported those measures as long as they’re being used responsibly. “Information that is objectively false—we should be able to flag that information in a way that does not infringe on free speech,” she says. “It gets a little tougher when we’re talking about information that’s presented out of context, or in a misleading way. Maybe it tells a story that’s incomplete, or that leads people to the wrong conclusion. Perhaps we label that as misleading, or provide a link to additional information.”

She also emphasized the importance of protecting free speech, while finding a way to provide some kind of governance for what is essentially a Wild West social media sphere.

“We don’t want to infringe on free speech. It’s one of the things that sets us apart even from Europe,” Dr. Kavanagh said. “But at the same time, the current media environment—especially social media—has no guard rails and no governance mechanisms. It's different than television, radio, and newspapers. All the other ways in which we consume information have governance structures—not censorship, not restrictions on free speech, but governance that helps to manage the information space. It’s worth having a discussion on what those governance mechanisms would look like.”

To end the podcast, Kodithala asked a question that has become a Polititeen staple since the inception of the podcast. “What is one quote, one saying, or one phrase that you would say to young voters — young minds who are watching our podcast today?” Dr. Kavanagh responded by posing an important question to listeners.

“Voting is the most powerful tool that we have for change,” Dr. Kavanagh said. “You may not always get your way — that’s part of a democracy is that sometimes, you know, the majority chooses something different. But, if we’re not participating, then are we really living in a democracy?” It’s a question that’s worth all of our consideration.

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Ron Bauer Announces the Closing of His Scholarship Campaign

Ron Bauer understands firsthand the value of obtaining a post-secondary degree. Bauer is proud to provide financial aid to six deserving individuals.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — Highly successful venture capitalist, Ron Bauer is pleased to announce the closing of his Academic Scholarship Campaign. After an overwhelmingly high applicant response, Bauer and his team are excited to select the winners over the next several weeks.

Ron Bauer will award six academic scholarships (with values of $500, $1,000, and $2,000 USD) to students currently enrolled at an accredited post-secondary intuition in North America. Alongside the online application form, individuals were required to submit a 750-word essay detailing a business idea that relates to life sciences, biotech, venture capital, corporate finance, or entrepreneurship.

As an innovator and natural-born businessman, Ron Bauer looks forward to reading the online submissions and helping support one's path to professional success.

Ron Bauer would also like to formally thank all the individuals who took the time to apply. For more information on the Academic Scholarship Program please visit the official site here.
Winners will be contacted via phone or email in the upcoming weeks.

About Ron Bauer

With extensive professional experience in various sectors including, life sciences, technology and gaming, and natural resources, Bauer argues that receiving a post-secondary education opens up a wide range of career opportunities.

Having graduated from the University of Cambridge Judge Business School with a Masters in Business Administration, Bauer attributes much of his professional success to his early days in University.

Additionally, given the current state of the global economy, Ron Bauer believes now is the best time to provide support in the form of financial aid as many individuals are struggling to cover the cost of tuition.

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Kevin McDonald Novato reveals continued importance of Bay Area wildlife conservation

NOVATO, CA, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — Educator and conservationist Kevin McDonald Novato opens up about the critical importance of local wildlife conservation.

From preserving unique natural habitats to helping to curb pollution, wildlife conservation has long been a passion of popular Marin County teacher Kevin McDonald Novato. Involved in the field since college, McDonald is as keen as ever to reiterate the continued importance of conservation efforts in California's Bay Area and elsewhere across the U.S.

"I've always been passionate about wildlife conservation," explains California-based teacher and conservationist Kevin McDonald Novato, speaking from his home in northern Marin County.

Today a popular science and math teacher, Kevin McDonald Novato became heavily involved with wildlife conservation and ecosystem restoration during his time at Minnesota's Carleton College in Northfield. "I became involved in ecosystem restoration in college," reveals McDonald, "where we replanted grasslands with native grasses and wildflowers among a wealth of other projects."

Now back in California, some 2,000 miles away from Northfield's grasslands, Kevin McDonald Novato remains just as passionate about wildlife conservation. "Wildlife conservation is incredibly important across the board, and especially so here in the San Francisco Bay Area," suggests Kevin.

"The Bay Area is regarded as one of North America's most notable hotspots for biodiversity," points out Kevin McDonald Novato. Urban sprawl, however, is more and more rapidly beginning to impact the area's wildlife, destroying habitats, adding to air pollution, and contributing massively toward ongoing issues with poor water quality, he says. "Almost 500,000 acres of the natural landscape are now thought to be at risk of significant wildlife-impacting development," reveals the expert.

Because of this, it's crucial that the importance of Bay Area wildlife conservation continues to be discussed, according to Kevin McDonald Novato. Even with Endangered Species Act protections now in place, there's still much to be done to ensure the future of the region's wildlife, McDonald says. "The same is true elsewhere in California, too," adds the conservationist, "as well as across huge swathes of the rest of the United States."

Thankfully, a wealth of wildlife and nature organizations now exist in and around San Francisco's Bay Area. These include the Bay Area Open Space Council, the Big Sur Land Trust, the California Native Plant Society, the Center for Ecosystem Management and Restoration, the Committee for Green Foothills, Grassroots Ecology, the Greenbelt Alliance, Marine Life Studies, Native Bird Connections, Nature in the City, the San Francisco Naturalist Society, San Francisco Nature Education, and The Watershed Project. "It's imperative that we support these organizations and their counterparts elsewhere across the country wherever possible," Kevin McDonald Novato notes.

Educator and published author Kevin McDonald Novato was born and raised in Sonoma County, California, and later graduated from Carleton College in Minnesota, where he played on the soccer team and worked in the arboretum. Following graduation, Kevin McDonald Novato spent four years in Tokyo teaching English, studying Japanese, and learning the art of karate. He then returned to California, where he remains today, and where he's now been teaching for more than twenty years.

In his free time, Kevin McDonald Novato still plays soccer and, on the weekends, enjoys attending concerts and art shows with his wife. Incredibly well-traveled, educator and conservationist Kevin McDonald Novato has visited six of the world's seven continents and plans to add Antarctica to the list in the near future.

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Once Upon a Time All Humans Had Dark Skin

Variations in human skin color are adaptive traits that correlate closely with geography and the sun's ultraviolet radiation.

Variations in human skin color are adaptive traits that correlate closely with geography and the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.

Annual mean ultraviolet-B intensity.

Annual mean ultraviolet-B intensity.

Skin color, eye color, and hair texture are the primary ways human bodies adapt to intense sunlight in the tropics

We live in a very delicate Goldilocks balance of how much solar ultraviolet-B radiation reaches Earth’s surface and how much is absorbed by the cells making up our skin.”

— Dr. Peter L. Ward, U.S. Geological Survey retired

JACKSON, WYOMING, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — Humans thrive on Earth only when they absorb just the right intensity of just the right types of solar radiation. Low-frequency, infrared sunlight keeps us warm. Moderate-frequency visible sunlight allows us to see and powers photosynthesis, causing plants to grow. But too much high-frequency ultraviolet sunlight and neither animals nor plants flourish. Life on Earth exists only because of a very delicate Goldilocks balance in the frequencies and intensities of solar radiation reaching Earth’s surface.

Earth’s atmosphere filters sunlight. The highest energy components of sunlight, including gamma rays, X-rays, and extreme ultraviolet radiation, are completely absorbed in the uppermost atmosphere where they cause ionization of nitrogen and oxygen—forming and heating the ionosphere, 620 to 62 miles above Earth.

Ultraviolet-C solar radiation is completely absorbed primarily by molecules of oxygen, forming and heating the mesosphere and stratosphere 62 to 6 miles above Earth.

Ultraviolet-B solar radiation is absorbed by ozone molecules, forming and heating the ozone layer 22 to 9 miles above Earth. Ultraviolet-B is the highest energy solar radiation reaching Earth’s surface. But normally, 98% of all ultraviolet-B is absorbed in the ozone layer. This is fortunate because ultraviolet-B has high-enough energy to cause sunburn, skin cancer, cataracts, and disruption of DNA, ultimately causing mutations in plants and animals. Thus, too much ultraviolet-B radiation is damaging and even fatal to life on Earth.

On the other hand, solar ultraviolet-B radiation, when absorbed by human skin, forms vitamin D, which is crucial for healthy bone growth and for healthy immune systems. Furthermore, ultraviolet-B is required for healthy plant development. Thus, not enough ultraviolet-B is also damaging to life on Earth.

“The crux of this delicate Goldilocks balance,” according to Dr. Peter L. Ward, a geophysicist for 27 years with the U.S. Geological Survey, “is how much solar ultraviolet-B radiation reaches Earth’s surface and how much is absorbed by the cells making up the skin of animals and the surface layer of plants.”

The intensity and duration of sunlight is greatest in the tropics, decreasing toward the poles. The primary way our bodies adapt to these changes is by adjusting skin color, eye color, and hair texture.

Our ancestors evolved from apes in the jungles of eastern Africa 6 to 7 million years ago. Around 1.2 million years ago, as the world descended deeper into the last ice age, a megadrought drove early humans into open savannah grasslands. They began to walk upright in open sunlight. They lost their body hair, evolved more efficient perspiration, and evolved short, curly, Afro-textured hair to protect their brain from the heat of direct sunshine.

But the primary evolutionary adaptation to bright sunlight is skin color produced by melanin. Melanin is a dark brown to black pigment that occurs naturally in the hair, skin, and the iris of the eyes in people and animals. Melanin is generated by exposure to ultraviolet radiation causing tanning of skin. Melanin absorbs up to 99.9% of ultraviolet-B radiation before it can penetrate deeper into the body, where is can damage tissue and DNA. Too much ultraviolet-B radiation causes depletion of folate that is required for the body to make DNA and RNA and to metabolize amino acids.

Thus, humans living in intense sunlight in equatorial regions, long before clothes were invented, developed dark skin, short, curly, dark Afro-textured hair, and brown eyes. Beginning 70,000 to 50,000 years ago, some Homo sapiens, members of our species, began migrating out of the tropics into mid-latitudes where sunlight was less intense. At higher latitudes, they evolved lower levels of melanin, leading to lighter skin, lighter eye color, and lighter hair color so that they could absorb adequate sunlight. Plus, they evolved straighter hair that blankets the head, providing increased warmth. These lower levels of melanin appear to have evolved in a heritable way in as little as 100 generations—approximately 2500 years.

There is a very high correlation between skin color and the latitude at which a population lived for thousands of years. The less intense the sunlight, the lighter the indigenous people’s skin. That is why fair skin, blonde hair, and blue eyes are so prevalent in Scandinavia.

As humans moved to higher latitudes, they developed clothing which meant less skin was exposed to sunlight, hastening decreases in melanin. They also developed diets rich in vitamin D, such as seafood, fatty meats, egg yolks, mushrooms, and, more recently, fortified foods such as milk, orange juice, and cereals.

During the last 12,000 years, after the last ice age, humans began living in the far north. Innuit developed a diet rich in vitamin D, emphasizing fatty fish and sea mammal blubber. Eurasian populations emphasized reindeer meat, organs, and fat.

Light-skinned people can produce vitamin D in their skin at rates 5 to 10 times faster than dark-skinned people. With the rapid dispersal and mixing of populations worldwide in recent centuries, up to 50% of world population today may not get enough sun and 40% of U.S. residents are deficient in vitamin D. How much sunshine is needed for a healthy body is a function of skin color—the darker the skin, the more sunshine is required.

The intensity of sunlight in the tropics has also influenced social customs. For example, the modern siesta, a nap after a midday meal, is a common way for those working outside to avoid the most intense sunshine in the early afternoon.

Thus, the existence and health of humans and plants living on Earth is determined by having just the right Goldilocks balance between how much solar ultraviolet-B radiation is absorbed by the ozone layer versus how much reaches Earth’s surface. Human bodies adapt over thousands of years to solar intensity at the latitude where their ancestors lived. Dark skin, brown eyes, and Afro-textured hair made it possible for early humans to thrive in the bright sunlight of tropical East Africa. Lighter skin, lighter eyes, and straighter, more insulating hair made it possible for humans to survive at higher latitudes as they roamed the world in search of food.

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Mintec continues its expansion with 2 new junior additions

Mintec Analytics Food Commodity prices


Archit Singh – Junior Market Analyst

Hamza Malik – Junior Data Engineer

Mintec welcomes Archit Singh as a junior market analyst to its Intelligence team and a Hamza Malik as a junior data engineer to its Data team

I'm excited to join Mintec and to be able to apply the experience from my degree and internships to the dynamic soft commodities markets, in-turn providing value to our large and diverse client base”

— Archit Singh

BOURNE END, UNITED KINGDOM, August 7, 2020 / —

Archit joins Mintec after completing his degree in Economics and Finance from Queen Mary University of London where he was head of trading in the Queen Mary Trading and Investment Society (QMTIS). Giving lectures on fundamental and technical analysis of markets along with writing outlooks for various commodities and the foreign exchange market, he developed strong research skills and knowledge across a wide range of markets. This experience will enable him to support Mintec's data-driven Intelligence team with their insight outputs such as Market Outlooks, Covid-19 reports, commodity market webinars and much more.

Archit also had extensive exposure to financial markets as a result of multiple internships at Amplify Trading. He says "I'm excited to join Mintec and to have the ability to apply the experience from my degree and internships to the dynamic soft commodities markets at Mintec, in-turn providing value to our large and diverse client base."

Hamza Malik is the newest member of the Mintec's highly skilled data team in which he'll be crafting instructions for scripts for Mintec's external automation coding team. Having already completed a degree in business administration at the University of London he is currently studying for his master's degree in computer science at Birkbeck, London's Evening University. His skills in data extraction, manipulation and interpretation along with his interest in computer architecture, and artificial intelligence related to computer hardware will be put to good use as Mintec continues to enhance their data tools, such as Mintec Analytics. Hamza says "Automation has always been an appealing aspect of the tech world, in my opinion, so the projects we're currently working on are particularly compelling for me. Mintec plays a vital role in providing new and efficient data to its clients, and I feel very proud to be a part of this exceptional team."

Mintec is not just a place to further your career; it's also a great place to start your career. With Mintec's continuous expansion, junior or entry-level positions are frequently being advertised on the careers page.

Hazma Malik, one of Mintec's most recent Junior recruits says "Everyone has been very welcoming, helpful and clear about what the mission is"
For more information about starting a career with Mintec contact
About Mintec

Mintec enables the world's largest food brands to implement more efficient and sustainable procurement strategies through its SaaS platform. Mintec Analytics delivers market prices and analysis for more than 14,000 food ingredients and associated commodity materials. Our data and tools empower our customers to understand supplier prices better, analyse their spend in greater detail and negotiate more confidently with suppliers. Ensuring they are best placed to reduce costs, manage risk and increase their efficiency, helping them to maximise their margins.
Contact us to find out how your business could benefit.

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David Bateman
Mintec Ltd
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ITU Online Releases New HTML 5 and CSS3 Course

IT University Online

IT University Online

The course includes 16 hours of training, 99 course videos and 102 test questions.

HTML5 and CSS3 are some of the most integral and evolving web technologies that enable you to structure content and present it on the web.”

— Carrie Cameron

CLEARWATER, FL, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2020 / — ITU Online Training, the leaders in IT Technology Training with over 650,000 students worldwide, recently released a new HTML 5 and CCS3 training course. The latest course includes 16 hours of training, 99 course videos and 102 test questions. In addition, this course also offers 28 practice flashcards and HTML practice files for students, making it a very comprehensive and extensive course.

The HTML5 and CCS3 course is taught by Richard Raney who has more than 37 years of experience and has earned many Cisco certifications for Networking. Raney earned his Master’s Degree of Science in Information Technology for Business Intelligence and currently serves as an Adjunct Professor for a community college.

This course was designed to provide students with the knowledge of these languages to help them create web pages that are easy to read and appealing to users. As students progress through the course, the content will lay the foundation for mastering these two popular web publishing technologies and also focus on the new and advanced features of HTML5, covering how to create HTML5 and CSS3 markup that will work well on the widest possible variety of web browsers, mobile devices, and machine readers, such as search engine web crawlers. The course also demonstrates how to use advanced HTML5 multimedia features such as video, audio, and animation.

Carrie Cameron, CEO and President of ITU Online said, “HTML5 and CSS3 are some of the most integral and evolving web technologies that enable you to structure content and present it on the web. This is a must have course for beginner to intermediate web developers and those experienced developers who wish to view and practice new HTML5 and CSS3 elements.”

About ITU Online
Since 2012, ITU Online has been the leader in providing online IT training courses. Unlike others in the industry, we build all of our curriculum “in house” at our corporate headquarters.

By using proven educational concepts and sound instructional design principles, we create the highest quality courses in the IT training field.
To deliver our standard for quality, we employ only the leaders in our field to create our award-winning training courses. ITU has won 4 Best in Biz Awards covering Company of the Year, Fastest Growing Company of the Year, Creative Department of the Year and Most Innovative Company of the Year. These awards solidify what our students already know; which is that we provide courses unmatched in quality at a price point lower than the competition. Learn more:

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