AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: crowdfunding Digital environment Individual giving Advertisement 51 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 6 March 2013 | News Be a part of it. Get on the map from epitype on Vimeo.Healthy Planet is looking for more organisations to list their projects on the site. To be eligible they must be a UK conservation organisation or project that takes place on some kind of protected area, and which has “clear and measurable impacts in fostering sustained or improved conservation in the area”.www.conservationcommunity.org Healthy Planet to launch crowdfunding site for conservation causes Environment and community charity Healthy Planet is launching a crowdfunding site next month for UK environmental and conservation organisations. In particular it is designed for the “less well publicised projects”.The site, Conservation Community, will let grassroots causes and organisations promote their projects to an international audience and enable them to donate and share their message. The site will charge 10% of donations handled to cover its costs.The platform will offer a range of tools and approaches such as gamification (with conservation ‘badges’ and leader boards), Google Maps, and gift vouchers to help organisations achieve their fundraising aims.
What will happen to tourism, when will travel start again and under what conditions, what will be the tourist demand and gastronomy, and how to prepare for tourism during and after the corona crisis? “Despite the drastic drop in traffic in the segment of health tourism services, it is to be expected that the quality of these services and health security will become one of the key elements in choosing a destination and that health tourism will base further development on stronger connections with health systems in emitting markets. , and thus ultimately enable an increase in the quality of health care and the domicile population. Also, we can expect increased demand for medical wellness and stronger digitalization of services.” said Leila Krešić-Jurić, Executive Director of the HTI Conference, a European initiative that promotes health tourism. “Travel will never be the same again, but the desire to travel will not subside,” said blogger Ivan Bengeri, travel advisor Vlado Sestan, travel addict Iva Mihalic Krcmar and director of the International Tourism Fair Place2Go and co-organizer of the conference, Damjana Domanovac. The organizers of the conference were: Can Croatian Tourism 365 ?, HTI conference, international tourist fair Place2Go and gastro festival Taste the Mediterranean. The goal of the virtual meetings, as the organizers point out, was to open discussions, meet positive examples and recommendations on how to do business in the coming months, what it means for Croatia, what kind of tourism we will develop and how to deal with the challenges of the crown. super-smart “society 5.0, in which everything is subordinated to human well-being – from robotics and artificial intelligence to the circular economy and sustainable resource management. The first discussion was attended by: Ivana Budin Arhanić, Vice President, Valamar Riviera, Siniša Topalović, Director and Partner, Horwath HTL, Jan de Jong, Managing Partner, Webpower Adria, Christopher Hinteregger, Executive Director, PKF tourismexperts from Austria. As a partner of the meeting, the HTI Health Tourism Conference brought together experts to discuss future developments in health tourism in the world and in Croatia. Dr. Mary Bura, founder of the Mulier Holistic Center in Šibenik, Christian F. El-Khouri, partner of the oldest German medical facilitation agency and international consultant, and Dr. Sherif Hassan from the USA, infectious disease specialist, expert, spoke about this. for digitalization in healthcare and the owner of a portal offering medical tourism. Ivana Kolar, organizer of the conference Can Croatian Tourism 365 ?, and initiator of virtual meetings SMART TOURISM 5.0 believes that this situation is the right time to think and discuss how to do business in the coming months, but also in the next period: Thoughts, predictions and recommendations of tourism experts, consultants, bloggers and influencers from Croatia and abroad on how to deal with the corona crisis were brought by the first professional virtual meetings on tourism in Croatia: Meet up: SMART TOURISM 5.0. which took place ten days ago. A video of the entire conference has now been released, which you can watch at the end of the article, so we are transmitting the conclusions of the organizers. “They will travel in other ways, the mask will no longer be travel equipment reserved only for Asians, and domestic tourists will explore their own country and the surrounding countries in the coming period. Car travel will be replaced by air travel for a while, but travel will always be. Our generation will remember how it used to be, but for new generations, the new rules will be an integral part of life, at least until the vaccine is found. “, concluded Damjana. “First of all, you need to accept changes, understand that some habits, demand and ultimately processes will change permanently, and you need to prepare standards and rules of conduct because the most important prerequisite for the arrival of the guest will be safety. Whoever first adapts to these changes will have a significant advantage in the market. I believe that Croatia can emerge as the winner, within the given framework, for several reasons – a good epidemiological picture, the healing factors of our tourism, the proximity of our strongest markets and an active tourism sector. In the long run, I believe that tourism can be a very strong stimulator of the development of the entire economy, and that now is the opportunity to start the necessary changes. In addition, it is an opportunity to redefine products, extend the season and prepare infrastructure for year-round business, disperse tourism throughout Croatia, develop sustainability and significantly introduce smart technologies. ” Kolar concluded. “In business terms, catering is among the most affected victims of the Corona virus so far. The restaurants had to close first, and even after the recent opening they will have to adhere to very strict measures of social distancing, which is in complete contradiction with the essence of their activity. How will the guest behind the mask recognize the smile of their host? There is also the key issue of falling living standards, and going out to a restaurant could become a luxury. Croatian caterers, as well as those from other countries, are trying to find alternative ways of doing business: everyone agrees that sustainable local production and local audiences should be put in the forefront.”, according to Ingrid Badurine Danielsson, director and founder of the Taste the Mediterranean festival, are the conclusions of the panelists. Participants in the discussion: Marin Rendić, chef of Bistro Apetit Zagreb, Yvan Estève, co-owner of “Hvar chef” and “Za pod zub”, and Dubravka Tomeković Aralica, project manager of the Taste the Mediterranean festival.
The Reds trail fourth-placed Chelsea by 10 points ahead of this weekend’s fixtures, and although the chance of making up the ground looks improbable in the final 10 matches, the Uruguay international has not given up. Suarez knows, however, they have to beat third-placed Spurs if they are to stand a chance. “We’ve been in good form recently and it’s a good opportunity to reduce the gap between ourselves and Spurs,” said Suarez, leading scorer in the Premier League with 21 goals. “There is a slight chance we can make Champions League football – and if we want to do that, this is the sort of game we need to win.” Suarez goes looking for his 50th Liverpool goal on his 91st appearance, and while he has been the team’s outstanding player by netting 28 times across all competitions this season he is keen to share the praise. “You have to work hard as a striker to get into the right positions and anticipate situations – that’s important, too,” Suarez told liverpoolfc.com. “It’s also evidence the team are working well and moving in the right direction as a whole – but at the same time, it is nice as a player to receive personal recognition because it means you’re doing a good job.” The arrival of £12million striker Daniel Sturridge, who has scored five goals in seven matches, and Brazil forward Philippe Coutinho in January has given the side a boost. Suarez and Sturridge, in particular, have struck up a successful partnership instantaneously. “Things have been going really well with Daniel, but not only him – there’s also Philippe,” added the Uruguayan. “They have both brought something and maybe given us an extra cutting edge. “They are players who can make a difference in a game, so it’s been nice to link up with them. The lads who were here before their arrival were doing a fantastic job, but now we have more options as a team.” Striker Luis Suarez admits Liverpool have to beat Tottenham at Anfield on Sunday if their distant hopes of Champions League qualification are not to be ended. Press Association