Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Email Empower Summer CampTHIS Summer two free Summer camps will be run in Limerick and Tipperary to empower the next generation of young entrepreneurs and innovators.The HEA funded summer camps which are facilitated by Limerick Institute of Technology in partnership with Mary Immaculate College are designed to encourage and develop young people and their passion for innovation and creativity skills.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Speaking about the Empower summer camps, Gillian Barry, Head of Innovation and Enterprise at LIT, welcomes the collaboration between LIT and MIC and how it will enhance the skills of the youth.Empower Summer Camp with LIT and MIC“Every young person we work with has the potential to solve problems, to create, disrupt and impact our future in a positive way – to be the next generation of change makers. For that to be fully realised it needs to be nurtured and developed. To power that potential we have created this high quality, educational, activity based programme,“Empower promises to be a week-long immersive, social and fun experience whilst also challenging the young people who sign up as they develop valuable skills as well as make friendships for life,” she said.The camps are aimed at post primary school students and will take place on both the LIT and MIC campuses in Limerick and Thurles and include field trips as well.The Limerick camps kicks off on June 17th and you can register at www.lit.ie/RDI/Empower. Advertisement Twitter NewsBusinessLIT and MIC running free Summer camps for next generation entrepreneursBy Meghann Scully – May 31, 2019 200 Linkedin WhatsApp TAGSEmpowerinnovationKeepingLimerickPostedlimerickLITMICSummer campyouth Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Donal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener Previous articleFirst directly elected mayor vote could take place in 2021Next articleThree killed in Loughill crash Meghann Scully RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Print Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival
Beau Lund September 4, 2020 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 9/3/20 FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStockBy ABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLINTERLEAGUENY Mets 9, NY Yankees 7LA Angels 2, San Diego 0AMERICAN LEAGUEHouston 8, Texas 4Chi White Sox 11, Kansas City 6Toronto 6, Boston 2Oakland at Seattle (Postponed)NATIONAL LEAGUEPittsburgh 6, Chi Cubs 2Philadelphia 6, Washington 5LA Dodgers 5, Arizona 1NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFSToronto 104, Boston 103 (Boston leads 2-1)LA Clippers 120, Denver 97 (LA leads 1-0)NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFSPhiladelphia 5, NY Islanders 4 (2OT) (Series tied 3-3)Vancouver 4, Vegas 0 (Series tied 3-3)WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONAtlanta 62, New York 56Las Vegas 93, Connecticut 78Phoenix 105, Indiana 81Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by
25SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Bryce Roth Bryce Roth is the Director of Marketing and Social Strategy at CitizensFirst Credit Union and Co-Founder/President at the credit union service organization (CUSO) Chatter Yak!. Born and raised in … Web: https://www.chatteryak.com Details Big data. It’s one of the latest buzz words flying around these days. I don’t mean to downplay its significance or how it will change how all businesses operate, but when it comes to the finance business, many community banks and credit unions have a long way to go. It’s basic human nature. When a new way to look at, approach or conduct business presents itself, people naturally gravitate toward the implications and all of the possibilities this new approach brings. The problem with big data is that many financial institutions are struggling to harness the power of the data that they already possess and this is a problem.While it is exciting to think about predictive analytics and futuristic decision-making models, most financial institutions would be better off looking at all of the information they already have at their disposal and how they are or aren’t using it. Before we can take the plunge into managing large (I mean really large) chunks of data, many financials can practice by taking the data they have and figuring out how little changes in consumer data can make a big impact on their bottom line.Looking for non-interest income? Why not look at the activity of your current cardholders and figure out how you can generate more income by changing existing consumer behavior? You don’t need a huge data processor to do this. Rather, you need someone to pull reports and run the numbers. Looking for more loans? Why not look inside your consumer base to find those who are most likely in or closely approaching a lending window of opportunity?When financials start to become more data savvy with the information they already have at their disposal, opportunities present themselves. I understand that many banks and credit unions are strapped for time and money, but when we don’t understand that an investment of time can yield more money, we become more and more focused on future solutions rather than creating the solutions that will become the building blocks or bridges to new ways of thinking about and doing things.I’ll leave you with this. One of our clients at Chatter Yak! was recently looking for an uptick in mortgage business. After working with them on their strategic goals, they took a look at the data in their core processor. They were able to identify the most likely candidates for mortgage lending opportunities. By combining that list with their email database and running a loan-lead generation campaign using Yak Tracker, they were able to generate 840 loan leads in 6 days! Many financials would love to have that many loan leads in a quarter.Not all data is created equal and not all data must be “big”. When you start with what you have and do a little work, you create new possibilities for your business. Possibilities are not limitless, so financial institutions large and small must capitalize on every opportunity they get or can create. Start small, then go “big.”
Click here for more information about the project to replace the Chenango River Bridge. Click here for more information about the fatal crash in Richford. Click here for more information about the battery recycling plant. (WBNG) — Here are the top stories from this morning including an update on a fatal crash in Richford, an update from SungEel about the battery recycling facility, a project to replace the Chenango River Bridge and much more.