EMGA obtient un financement par emprunt de 20 millions de dollars US pour Banco Improsa du Costa Rica

LONDRES, 01 nov. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Emerging Markets Global Advisory LLP (EMGA), qui travaille pour la deuxième fois avec Banco Improsa, obtient cette facilité de 20 millions de dollars US auprès de l’Agence espagnole de coopération internationale pour le développement (AECID)- AECID (conseillée par la COFIDES).

Commentant cette transaction, Felix Alpizar, directeur général de BANCO IMPROSA, a déclaré : « Banco Improsa est très honoré d’être reconnu par l’AECID et la COFIDES pour ses antécédents et pour ses programmes visant à financer et à soutenir les micro, petites et moyennes entreprises (MPME) costariciennes. Grâce à cette facilité de crédit, nous poursuivrons notre contribution au développement économique et social du pays. »

Sajeev Chakkalakal, directeur de la banque d’investissement d’EMGA, a déclaré : « Nous sommes de nouveau ravis de contribuer à la vision continue de Banco Improsa de soutenir les PME au Costa Rica et de compléter cette solution de financement avec l’AECID (conseillée par la COFIDES). »

José Luis Curbelo, président-directeur général de COFIDES, a déclaré : « Nous sommes très heureux de soutenir l’AECID dans son premier projet d’impact avec EMGA et BANCO IMPROSA dans la région d’Amérique centrale. La transaction servira à financer les petites et moyennes entreprises au Costa Rica, ce qui contribuera à la création et au maintien d’emplois de qualité et à la réduction des inégalités. Nous sommes impatients de poursuivre ces partenariats stratégiques qui améliorent la croissance économique dans les pays en développement en renforçant le secteur privé grâce à un soutien financier solide. »

Carlos Jiménez Aguirre, directeur général du FONPRODE et chef du département de coopération financière de l’AECID, a déclaré que « la formalisation de cette transaction reflète les objectifs de la coopération espagnole de contribuer à élargir le soutien financier aux micro, petites et moyennes entreprises (MPME) costariciennes, car les MPME jouent un rôle clé dans la création et le maintien d’emplois décents et la réduction des inégalités. Notre intention est d’étendre ce type de soutien à d’autres pays d’Amérique centrale en leur donnant accès au financement des MPME, avec un accent particulier mis sur l’intégration des stratégies relatives à l’égalité des sexes et aux changements climatiques dans les activités du secteur privé. »

Emerging Markets Global Advisory LLP, basée à Londres, aide les institutions financières et les entreprises basées sur les marchés émergents, qui recherchent de nouveaux capitaux d’emprunt ou capitaux propres.

Banco Improsa a été fondée en 1995. C’est une banque de niche spécialisée dans la fourniture de solutions et de services financiers aux MPME, qui représentent la majeure partie de son portefeuille. Elle dispose d’une vaste expérience dans la fourniture de services de soutien et de conseils aux MPME. Le facteur clé de réussite de Banco Improsa réside dans son engagement envers des normes élevées de service personnalisé, agile et flexible, qui, avec des solutions financières personnalisées, lui ont permis d’atteindre une position solide dans ces segments. Banco Improsa fait partie de Grupo Financiero Improsa (GFI).

Le Fonds pour la promotion du développement (FONPRODE) est géré par l’Agence espagnole pour la Coopération internationale au développement (AECID) avec l’appui de la COFIDES (Institution espagnole de financement du développement). L’AECID est le principal organe de gestion de la coopération espagnole et est axée sur la lutte contre la pauvreté et la promotion du développement durable. La COFIDES fournit un soutien à la gestion du FONPRODE avec des opérations de financement remboursables qui favorisent le développement économique et social des pays partenaires par le biais d’investissements ou de transferts de ressources économiques à caractère remboursable. Le FONPRODE peut financer des dettes et des capitaux propres non remboursables et remboursables. Parmi les exemples de financement remboursable proposés par le FONPRODE, on peut citer les prêts aux prestataires de services financiers visant à l’inclusion financière.

La COFIDES, société publique qui se consacre à la gestion de l’État et de tiers, ainsi que de ses propres fonds, poursuit plusieurs objectifs : l’internationalisation de l’économie espagnole, la promotion du développement économique et la fortification de la solvabilité des sociétés touchées par la COVID-19. Outre l’État espagnol, ses actionnaires comprennent Banco Santander, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Banco Sabadell et la Banque de développement d’Amérique latine (CAF).

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EMGA garante financiamento de 20M USD para Banco Improsa da Costa Rica

LONDRES, Nov. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A Emerging Markets Global Advisory LLP (EMGA), pela segunda vez a trabalhar com o Banco Improsa, assegura uma linha de crédito de 20 milhões de dólares da Agência Espanhola de Cooperação Internacional para o Desenvolvimento – AECID (assessorada pela COFIDES).

Comentando a transação, Felix Alpizar, Diretor-geral do Banco Improsa, afirmou: “O Banco Improsa sente-se honrado por ser reconhecido pela AECID e COFIDES pelo seu historial e programas de financiamento e apoio às micro, pequenas e médias empresas costa-riquenhas (MPME). Com esta linha de crédito, continuaremos a contribuir para o desenvolvimento económico e social do país.”

Sajeev Chakkalakal, Diretor de Banca de Investimentos da EMGA, disse: “É um prazer, mais uma vez, poder apoiar a visão continuada do Banco Improsa, de apoiar as PME na Costa Rica, e fechar este acordo de financiamento com a AECID (assessorada pela COFIDES).”

José Luis Curbelo, Presidente e Diretor-executivo da COFIDES, declarou que “temos o prazer de apoiar a AECID no seu primeiro projeto de grande impacto com a EMGA e o Improsa na região da América Central. Esta transação servirá para financiar pequenas e médias empresas na Costa Rica, o que contribuirá para a criação e manutenção de empregos de qualidade e para a redução das desigualdades. Esperamos poder continuar com estas parcerias estratégicas, que aumentam o crescimento económico nos países em desenvolvimento através do reforço do setor privado com um apoio financeiro sólido.”

Carlos Jiménez Aguirre, Diretor-geral da FONPRODE e Diretor do Departamento de Cooperação Financeira da AECID indicou que “a formalização desta transação reflete os objetivos da Cooperação Espanhola de contribuir para expandir o apoio financeiro às micro, pequenas e médias empresas (MPME) da Costa Rica, uma vez que as MPME desempenham um papel fundamental na criação e manutenção de empregos decentes e na redução de desigualdades. A nossa intenção é expandir este tipo de apoio a outros países da América Central, facilitando o acesso das MPME ao financiamento, com especial atenção à integração das estratégias de género e das alterações climáticas nas atividades do setor privado.”

A Emerging Markets Global Advisory LLP, com sede em Londres, ajuda empresas e instituições financeiras de mercados emergentes a obterem novas linhas de crédito ou a reforçar os seus capitais próprios.

O Banco Improsa foi fundado em 1995 e é um banco de nicho de mercado especializado na prestação de serviços financeiros e fornecimento de soluções financeiras às MPME, as quais representam a maior parte da sua carteira de clientes. O banco tem um vasto historial na prestação de serviços de apoio e aconselhamento às MPME. A chave para o sucesso do Banco Improsa reside no seu compromisso com elevados padrões de serviço personalizado, ágil e flexível, que, juntamente com soluções financeiras personalizadas, lhe tem permitido alcançar uma posição sólida nestes segmentos. O Banco Improsa faz parte do Grupo Financiero Improsa (GFI).

O Fundo para a Promoção do Desenvolvimento (FONPRODE) é gerido pela Agência Espanhola de Cooperação Internacional para o Desenvolvimento (AECID) com o apoio da COFIDES (Instituição Financeira Espanhola para o Desenvolvimento). A AECID é o principal organismo de gestão da Cooperação Espanhola e está orientada para a luta contra a pobreza e a promoção do desenvolvimento sustentável. A COFIDES fornece assessoria à gestão do FONPRODE com operações de financiamento reembolsáveis que promovem o desenvolvimento social e económico dos países parceiros através de investimentos ou transferências de recursos económicos com carácter reembolsável. O FONPRODE pode assegurar o financiamento não-reembolsável ou reembolsável de dívida e capitais próprios. Exemplos de financiamentos reembolsáveis no âmbito do FONPRODE são os empréstimos a prestadores de serviços financeiros destinados à inclusão financeira.

A COFIDES, uma empresa pública que se dedica à gestão de fundos públicos e de terceiros, bem como dos seus fundos próprios, persegue vários objetivos: internacionalização da economia espanhola, promoção do desenvolvimento económico e reforço da solvência das empresas afetadas pela COVID-19. Entre os seus acionistas contam-se, para além do Estado espanhol, o Banco Santander, o Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), o Banco Sabadell e o Banco de Desenvolvimento da América Latina (CAF).

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Hisense Launches New Soundbars and Party Speaker in South Africa, Bring Listening Experience to a New Level

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hisense, a leading electronics manufacturer, announced that the company is bringing a new suite of offerings dedicated to elevating the listening experience to South Africa. The three products – HP100 Speaker for party music, Dolby Atmos® AX5100G and AX3100G Soundbar for theatre-level entertainment, are crafted with the purpose to deliver size-defying performance, packing sound-enhancing features that complement users’ home cinematic setups to create an immersive audio-visual experience

“Whether it is for a home movie night or an outdoor friend gathering, we hope to offer our customers a range of products with easy-to-use and powerful features that allow them to create immersive cinematic or musical experiences,” said Patrick, marketing director of Hisense South Africa.

The Hisense Party Rock Speaker HP100 has a trendy and eye-catching appearance with a sleek black finish and coloured light panels around its four speakers. With its powerful sound system and great versatility, HP100 is designed to level up the party experience with various cool features, including the Karaoke Mode, five lighting effects, and five DJ effects.

The HP100’s compact yet mighty sound powerhouse is fitted with two 6.5″ woofers and two 2.5″ tweeters, supercharged by its 300-watt power output, capable of delivering loud crisp sound and deep, pumping bass. Thanks to its 15 hours of battery life and an IPX4 splashproof design, HP100 allows the users to enjoy all-night fun with the dazzling light rims adding an electrifying effect to the music scene.

Users can take advantage of AX5100G’s 340-watt maximum power output to enjoy the room-filling immersion, along with the support for Dolby Atmos® and DTS: X® that can transform music, film or gaming content into a breathtakingly realistic surround auditory feast.

Both the AX5100G 5.1-channel and AX3100G 3.1-channel Soundbars feature seven speakers that transport the listener to the centre of the music or movie scene, as well as a powerful 6.5′′ wireless subwoofer that delivers rich and beefy bass, allowing users to enjoy exceptional detail and depth of their favourite tracks and shows. The two models are designed for greater simplicity and versatility, with a wall-mountable design and a wide choice of connectivity options that allow users to easily set up the device with simple installation steps.

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Stats SA launches Income and Expenditure Survey

Hundreds of statistics collectors will be going into South African households over the next year for data collection for the Income and Expenditure Survey (IES).
The survey will begin this month and will run until the end of 2023 and is critical to measuring poverty and inequality in the country.
At the launch of the survey, Statistician General Risenga Maluleke, said although the survey comes nearly seven years after the first, it comes at a ideal time for the country.
“The funding and preparation of the IES comes at a time when there is an ever-increasing demand for data in South Africa to determine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on household finances and the economy at large.
“This will be the first expenditure survey to be conducted by Stats SA since 2014/15, following allocation of specific funding by National Treasury,” Maluleke said.
As well as providing essential insights needed to measure poverty and inequality, the survey will provide information to help government reach the National Development Plan 2030 goals of reducing the bounds of the poverty line to zero and reducing the Gini coefficient to 0.6.
“We will update and reweight our Consumer Price Index basket of goods and services. On the economic side, we will profile the household economy. [The survey will help] make inputs for the development and maintenance of the national public accounts and of course life circumstances like service delivery and poverty.
“We will [also] make sure that we deal with updating the multidimensional and subjective poverty profile and of course updating the profile on issues of inequality in the context of poverty,” he said.
Collectors will gather information from some 31 000 households on all purchases, consumption, spending and income earned.
Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) explained that households will participate in the survey over a period of four weeks.
“During this time, a household questionnaire containing four modules will be administered (i.e. one module per week) and respondents will also be asked to keep a weekly expenditure diary supplied by Stats SA to record their daily acquisitions and purchases for a period of two weeks.
“The IES survey will also help South Africa better understand the impact of social grants in reducing poverty,” the institution said.

Source: South African Government News Agency

Practice real cultural norms of protecting women and children: Nkoana-Mashabane

Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, has called on citizens to practice the real cultural norms they know and love, which protect women and children.
“There’s no culture that says you must kill women and kill children. We need to practice the real cultural norms we know,” Nkoana-Mashabane said.
Nkoana-Mashabane made the remarks at the Second Presidential Summit on Presidential Summit on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide (GBVF), currently underway at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.
The Minister argued that there is no need for South Africa to have many women and children dying as the country is not facing any war.
“South Africa is not a war country, so, there’s no need for children to feel unsafe in the streets and women feel unsafe in their bedrooms.”
According to the Minister, the National Strategic Plan on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide (NSP on GBV)) is the only way to deal with GBVF.
The NSP on GBVF (https://www.justice.gov.za/vg/gbv/NSP-GBVF-FINAL-DOC-04-05.pdf) provides a strategic roadmap and sets out specific plans for a multisectoral approach to end GBVF and build a society where women, children, and the LGBTQIA+ community are safe from violence directed at them because of patriarchal stereotyping.
The NSP is outlined in six pillars, which include accountability, coordination and leadership; prevention and rebuilding social cohesion; justice, safety and protection; response, care, support and healing; economic power; and research and information management.
Filling of forensic analysis vacancies
Highlighting progress made since the first Presidential Summit on GBVF held in November 2018, Police Minister Bheki Cele said the filling of 34 vacancies for forensic analysis is underway and at an advanced stage to capacitate the Eastern Cape with 28 analysts, and six for the Western Cape.
He also noted that the department has able to address backlog in DNA tests from 241 000 last year to 71 000 this year.
“In terms of training and development, 22 forensic analysts from the Eastern Cape Biology Laboratory are undergoing training in DNA Analysis. The Western Cape and Gauteng FS laboratories have been equipped with additional thermos shakers, centrifuges, crime index lanes, and genetic analysers,” Cele said.
Correctional Services Minister, Ronald Lamola, said the number of Thuthuzela Care Centres (TCCs), have been increased from 55 to 61, with the National Prosecuting Authority’s Sexual Offences and Community Affairs Unit redesigning the centres to allow the survivors of rape to report the cases direct to the Thuthuzela Care Centres.
The Thuthuzela Care Centres are one-stop facilities that have been introduced as a critical part of South Africa’s anti-rape strategy, aiming to reduce secondary victimisation and to build a case ready for successful prosecution.
Women also have rights to life
National Assembly Speaker, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, emphasised that the Bill of Rights talks to the right to life, and “as women we have the right to life.”
Mapisa-Nqakula also warned that if women are not being attended to at the police stations when coming to report the cases of abuse, the number of women who are serving life at the correctional facilities, will keep on increasing.
“Scores of women are serving life because they have been subjected to gender-based violence and at some point they had to retaliate and ended up killing their abusive partners,” Mapisa-Nqakula said.

Source: South African Government News Agency

Celebrating South Africa’s rich history

Exclusive letters that were written by President Nelson Mandela from Pollsmoor Prison will be showcased at the upcoming International Philately Exhibition, which is expected to celebrate South Africa’s rich history leading to a democratic dispensation.
Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Philly Mapulane said the event is aimed at celebrating South Africa’s rich history leading to a democratic dispensation through showcasing stamps designed and collected throughout the world depicting events, heroes and heroines leading to South Africa’s democracy.
He made these remarks at the media launch of the International Philately Exhibition, which served to give members of the media background on the international event and provided an opportunity for the media to interact with Mapulane as well as various stakeholders.
The event is scheduled to take place from 08 – 12 November 2022 in Cape Town under the theme: “South Africa’s Road to Democracy”.
“Since 1994, when freedom was ushered in our beautiful Republic following the first ever democratic elections, we embarked on a journey of building a united nation after our ugly historic past characterised by colonialism and apartheid.
“We embarked on a journey of reconciliation, which demonstrated to the world that humanity can embark on a journey of recognising that there is indeed only one race,” the Deputy Minister said.
It is expected that about 1 500 delegates from about 60 countries are expected to participate at the exhibition which will showcase 1 600 frames of stamps from all over the world as well as exclusive letters written by Mandela.
The Department of Communications and Digital Technologies will be hosting the international community of philately and philatelic material collectors and exhibitors in Cape Town, at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
“The focus of the exhibition as contemplated in 2021, would be to promote greater investment in education on philately in South Africa and globally. Philately, despite its long history, has enjoyed little popular attraction as a hobby.
“It has also faced transformation challenges especially among the majority black Africans. With this event, we also aim to demystify philately by popularising it among the disadvantaged communities.
“This will be done by, among others, hosting school children from around local townships to attend the exhibition daily,” the Deputy Minister said.
The department also seeks to leave behind a legacy project with the establishment of the Philately Museum of South Africa (PMSA). This will be done in collaboration with the South African Post Office.
“The museum will display the philatelic development history of South Africa, since the 1800s. It will also serve as a reminder to many, of the importance of philately in preserving the social and historical journey of the country.
“Our hope and wish is for you members of the media, to join us on this journey of promoting philately as an important preserver of history. In line with the theme for the 2022 exhibition, a special exhibition stall will be erected around the theme “The Road to Democracy”, providing philatelic and non-philatelic material depicting critical moments in the history of South Africa leading to democracy,” the Deputy Minister said.

Source: South African Government News Agency

SAPS Katlehong is investigating a missing person case and appeals to the public for assistance

GAUTENG – Lerata Paulos Mabote (67) was last seen at his place of residence in Katlehong on Saturday, 29 October 2022.
Mabote wore a check shirt, khaki pants and a maroon jacket at the time of his disappearance.
Anyone that has information that may assist in locating Mabote is urged to contact SAPS Katlehong on 011 960 0000/0319, SAPS Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or alternatively leave an anonymous tip-off on the My SAPS App.

Source: South African Police Service

Assets surpassing R18.6 million seized from a drug cartel forfeited and more syndicate members appeared in court

WESTERN CAPE – Eight accused appeared today, 02 November 2022 in the Bellville Magistrates Court on preliminary charges of dealing in drugs. The eight, David Michael Banister (52); Allister William Jackson (33); Marinus van Niekerk (31); Jacobus Hendrik Slabbert (41); Mario Mark Joseph (44); John Frederieck Roodman (47); Andre Welgemoed (44) and Anthony Trevor Tarr’s (42) was postponed to 08 November 2022 where they will be appearing in the Pretoria Magistrates court for formal bail application.
Their case is part of an ongoing investigation into the proliferarion of drugs in the country. Previously, assets including a bakkie, trailer, three boats with a combined value of more than R18,6 million together with the drugs with an estimated value of R400 million and cash seized on the N1 highway were finally forfeited to the state by the Gauteng and Western Cape High courts respectively.
The forfeiture orders execution was consequently to the arrest of Niel Pieter Van Zyl (40), on 2 June 2021 whilst driving a bakkie pulling a trailer carrying a consignment of drugs, 805 kilograms of cocaine hidden inside the hull of the ski-boat on the N1 highway in Pretoria.
Eight (8) more suspects which include Rafiek Baderoen (45), Rashied Baderoen (49), Michael Norman (39), Tenikaitis Valdas (58), Jaco de Kock (49) Izak Strbydom (46) and Hugh Stam (48) were arrested. They were identified as the members of an international drug trafficking syndicate, allegedly involved in the smuggling cocaine between South Africa and Brazil. They are expected to be back in court on 6 December 2022.
These arrests and seizures which dismantled an international drug cartel stems from an extensive collaborative project driven investigation by the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), Australian Federal Police (AFP) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The Israeli national, Ahmed Isa also known as Mickey, along with two Lithuanian nationals, Donates Jukna and Jonas Zulpa are still at large. More arrests and seizures of property used in cocaine smuggling are imminent.

Source: South African Police Service

INDONESIA EFFORTS TO CREATE SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEM THROUGH MAKMUR PROGRAM

  • Makmur Program initiated to help farmers to increase their income and productivity through comprehensive and sustainable technical assistance and agriculture cultivation.
  • An ecosystem made up of a collaboration between state-owned companies to create full-service opportunities for farmers and agricultural stakeholders
  • A planting area of 250 thousand hectares targeted, with several priority commodities such as rice, corn, sugar cane, oil palm, and coffee

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ —  The Minister of State Owned Enterprises (SOE) of the Republic of Indonesia, Erick Thohir, initiated the Makmur Program since 2021 to help farmers to increase their income and productivity in Indonesia through comprehensive and sustainable technical assistance and agriculture cultivation.

Makmur Program is a collaboration of Indonesian state-owned companies in the Food and Fertilizers, Plantation and Forestry, Financial Services, and Insurance clusters which provides on-farm and off-farm technical assistance.

Makmur is an agriculture ecosystem which connects farmers and agriculture stakeholders from upstream to downstream which aligns with the G20 agenda, specifically continuation of economic growth from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The progression of the Makmur program is something we should keep our eyes on. As directed by the President, I will ensure that SOEs will play a role in supporting farmers and providing solutions, to level up their productivity and prosperity,” said Minister Thohir.

The ecosystem is a collaboration of state-owned companies in the Food and Fertilizers, Plantation and Forestry, Financial Services, and Insurance clusters. The Minister of SOEs supported Makmur by establishing a Project Management Office (PMO) led by Indonesia Food Holding Company (ID FOOD).

In addition to establish this ecosystem, Minister Thohir explained that Makmur also provides on-farm and off-farm technical assistance. On farm control consists of agro inputs such as fertilizers, seeds, pesticides. There is also support for soil analysis, fertilizer recommendations, agronomic and cultivation assistance, to the application of agricultural technology.

Off-farm assistance includes farmers receiving access to capital (banking loans to distributor financing), agricultural risk protection (insurance), licensing support and guidance from local governments, guarantees for buyers of crops from partners (off takers) with competitive prices, provision of training and capacity building.

This program is a comprehensive solution for the agricultural sector in Indonesia as previously, Indonesian farmers faced many problems, such as limited access to information, capital, markets, and technology required. In addition, some farmers have not implemented agricultural cultivation practices leading to low agricultural productivity and income.

The President Director of ID FOOD, Frans Marganda Tambunan, said that based on the combined data of state-owned companies until Semester I 2022, Makmur’s progress had been realized up to 60%. It has been implemented on areas of 184,305 hectares with a total of 84,431 farmers. This includes the realization of land expansion, supply of fertilizers, technical assistance, off-taking activity including the involvement of the private sector, and funding for People’s Business Credit from state-owned banks. Farmers experienced productivity and income improvement in all commodities.

This effort is intended to support the government in anticipating any potential food crisis. The program, a collaboration between ID FOOD as project leader with Pupuk Indonesia Holding Company (fertilizer sector), PTPN Holding Company (plantation sector), Perhutani (forestry sector), Bank Rakyat Indonesia and Bank Negara Indonesia (banking sector), Jasindo and Askrindo (insurance sector), Telkom Indonesia (telecommunication and media sector), and others stakeholders, provides access on-farm and off-farm assistances which will create a supportive ecosystem for agriculture stakeholders. “This synergy across SOEs is expected to mitigate a potential food crisis,” said Tambunan.

Meanwhile, President Director of Pupuk Indonesia Holding Company, Bakir Pasaman, revealed that the Makmur Program targets a number of agricultural crops, including rice, corn, sugar cane, oil palm, and coffee. This program has been implemented in many places across Indonesia, such as West Java, Central Java, East Java, South Sulawesi, Lampung, North Sumatra and West Nusa Tenggara. “We are targeting this program to cover 250,000 hectares in 2022,” said Pasaman.

Not only bringing benefits to farmers, Makmur also provides benefits to all stakeholders and partners involved. The government can also guarantee the availability of food commodities nationally.

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Pawel Lopatka rejoint Customertimes en tant que responsable de portefeuille stratégique

NEW YORK, 1 novembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Customertimes, leader international des solutions numériques et partenaire mondial d’intégration et de mise en œuvre de Salesforce, a annoncé aujourd’hui que Pawel Lopatka, responsable informatique expérimenté, avait rejoint l’entreprise au poste de responsable de portefeuille stratégique.

M. Lopatka apporte à son poste une vaste gamme de compétences et d’expertise stratégique. Il est considéré comme l’un des dirigeants les plus efficaces et innovants de l’industrie informatique polonaise, avec une expérience approfondie en matière de technologie financière, de commerce de détail, de médias, de transformation numérique, d’externalisation, de métavers, et de fusions et acquisitions.

Reconnu Manager de l’année en 2018 et Business Tiger de 2017 à 2022 par la fondation Pro Progession, M. Lopatka a été à l’origine d’initiatives européennes pour plusieurs entreprises mondiales. Il a été membre du conseil d’administration de la section polonaise du Project Management Institute et de l’association polonaise des dirigeants de services commerciaux.

Brian Borack, DOP de Customertimes, a déclaré que M. Lopatka est essentiel à la stratégie de croissance européenne de l’entreprise.

« Pawel Lopatka est reconnu pour son sens aigu de la stratégie et des opérations, a déclaré M. Borack. Nous progressons de façon spectaculaire, et la vision et la perspicacité de Pawel Lopatka seront déterminantes pour ouvrir la voie à nos clients, à notre équipe et à notre organisation. »

M. Lopatka considère que Customertimes correspond parfaitement à ses compétences à son éthique personnelle.

« La mission première de Customertimes est sous-entendue dans le nom de l’entreprise – servir le client avant tout, a déclaré M. Lopatka. C’est un engagement que je partage. Je suis déterminé à favoriser la réussite des clients, à assurer une prestation de qualité et à aider l’entreprise à élargir son portefeuille de clients. Customertimes a l’excellente réputation de mettre à disposition les meilleurs talents pour offrir des solutions de pointe dans les délais impartis. C’est ce qui explique sa croissance rapide et c’est pourquoi je suis fier de rejoindre l’équipe de direction. »

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Customertimes Corp. est une société internationale de conseil et de logiciels qui s’attache à rendre les meilleures technologies informatiques accessibles aux clients. Avec plus de 4 000 projets menés à bien par plus de 1 600 experts hautement qualifiés, nos solutions sont conçues pour aider les clients à réaliser une véritable transformation commerciale et à tirer le maximum de leurs investissements dans les technologies. Précurseure en matière de services-conseils et de mise en œuvre des  solutions Salesforce en Europe de l’Est et récompensée pour ses développements de produits, la société Customertimes Corp. est actuellement basée à New York, avec des bureaux régionaux à Londres, Paris, Toronto, Kiev, Poznań, Riga et Podgorica. Pour en savoir plus, consultez le site www.customertimes.com.

Contact pour les médias :

Meriel Sikora

Customertimes

212-520-0059

meriel.sikora@customertimes.com