Morey Publishing Helps Launch Mayava Capital Small Business Lending Platform

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Morey Publishing, parent company of the Long Island Press, recently added another client to its roster. Mayava Capital is a premium alternative lending brokerage platform that matches small businesses seeking financing with high-quality lenders in the United States. Alternative lending has grown exponentially over the past several years to meet a growing demand for small business financing in America. Known also as marketplace, or peer-to-peer lending, alternative funding’s impressive growth can be attributed in large part to the congressional restrictions put in place following the global financial collapse of 2008 and 2009. Many are familiar with some of the larger players in the alternative financing arena, such as Prosper, Lending Club and OnDeck; the latter two companies recently went public, and Prosper is likely to do the same in 2016. The staggering growth and success of these companies has led to an explosion of new entrants into the marketplace lending industry. As a result, the face of small business and consumer lending has changed dramatically in the past five years, with automated application and credit decision tools taking the place of traditional underwriting and human interaction. Mayava Capital was founded to assist borrowers who have been frustrated by red tape and higher borrowing criteria thresholds. The website was established to provide useful information to prospective borrowers, and help them navigate the sometimes-confusing world of online lending and alternative finance. The core of the platform is based on complete and total transparency with respect to borrowing online. There is no cost to apply for funding, and the commission structure is clearly and plainly stated. Morey Publishing is a digital marketing and strategic advisory firm based on Long Island. Its clients include Competition BMW, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Hofstra University, American Organic Energy, Pieper Bar Review, A-1 First Class Moving & Storage, MerchantPro Express and Alure Home Improvements, among others. Morey Publishing was founded in 2002 when it launched the Long Island Press, an award-winning alternative news publication that went strictly digital in 2014.last_img read more

Boltim regent slams ministers for ‘stupid’ and ‘inconsistent’ COVID-19 relief policies

first_imgEast Bolaang Mongondow (Boltim) Regent Sehan Salim Landjar in South Sulawesi is in the spotlight after expressing his disappointment toward President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo administration’s policies and social aid programs.A video circulating on social media, as posted by a Twitter user @husainabdullah1, shows Sehan complaining about the delay in cash transfers (BLT) as the people listed as beneficiaries are ineligible for the staple food aid program.Bupati Boltim Sehan Landjar, bukan hanya bisa melucu ketika sosialisasi bahaya Covid-19. Ternyata juga bisa murka ketika membela rakyatnya soal penyaluran BLT yg menurutnya berbelit belit— Husain Abdullah (@husainabdullah1) April 26, 2020 “When will they get the money? They still have to open bank accounts and do some paperwork,” Sehan said in the video.“The country is about to go bankrupt, but the ministers are being ignorant, stupid. I’m really angry,” he added, arguing that the central government should allow local administrations to provide cash aid to people under the supervision of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), the police, NGOs and the press.”Not all regional heads are corrupt. Don’t generalize us like that.”The National Mandate Party (PAN) politician told the press on Sunday that he was going to allocate part of the regional budget to provide staple food packages for those at risk from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.Nevertheless, Villages, Disadvantaged Regions and Transmigration Minister Abdul Halim Iskandar has said that the village fund could only be used to finance labor-intensive projects.However, shortly after Halim’s announcement, Home Minister Tito Karnavian ordered district heads to work with subdistrict heads in reallocating their village fund to mitigate the pandemic’s effects. Halim then revoked his remark.Social Affairs Minister Juliari Batubara later issued regulations that prohibited beneficiaries of cash transfers from receiving staple food packages from the government.“They are inconsistent and we’re confused,” said Sehan.Read also: Red tape stymies social aidThe regent, however, decided to give staple food packages to the poor, including those who received cash transfers as he worried that the people were starving.”I have prepared 900 tons of premium rice for the people. I saw those ineligible for the staple food packages crying,” Sehan said. “If anyone wants to arrest me, just arrest me. I’m getting stressed out by this situation.”Responding to Sehan, Juliari said on Monday that the regulations were made to avoid the same people receiving different social aid programs and the regulations were only for the social aid programs provided by the central government.“We allow regional heads to distribute staple food and rice to the people; no one is prohibiting this. What we are regulating is the central administration’s programs. If the regions want to allocate their budget [to people affected by COVID-19], then please do,” Juliari said.Regarding the delay in cash transfers, Juliari said, the Social Affairs Ministry had only just received data from all the regions, asking regional heads and their residents to be patient.“We’ll transfer directly to the people who have bank accounts. For those who don’t, they can go to post offices in their areas. We’ve just received the data and we need time to process it,” he said.Sehan was previously in the spotlight for carrying a coffin while raising public awareness about staying home during the pandemic.”The people of Boltim, please stay at home or you will end up in the hospital or this coffin. There are only three options,” Sehan said as seen in a video posted by @husainabdullah1 on Twitter.Inilah Jubir Corona terbaik😀— Husain Abdullah (@husainabdullah1) April 17, 2020 Topics :last_img read more

Shearer gives promising Abraham verdict despite ‘difficult Chelsea role’

first_imgChelsea star Tammy Abraham has been praised by the Premier League’s all-time top scorer Alan Shearer after his strong start to the season.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Celebrity Dads Who Don’t Get Along With Their KidsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?You’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Is This The Most Delicious Food In The World? Abraham has hit the ground running, notching 13 league goals for Frank Lampard’s men.And Shearer admits the youngster has impressed him in recent months.“I’m a big fan of Tammy Abraham. He’s playing a difficult role given his experience,” he told BBC 5 Live.“He’s got a very good touch, technique, good at bringing people into the game. He’ll be delighted with the return in terms of number of goals.“He’s only going to get better.”Chelsea are on course to battle for a top four spot this season, which Lampard was tasked with achieving upon his arrival this summer.And Shearer has also been impressed with the former midfielder since he took the job.“Chelsea are still on target for what they want to achieve. Frank Lampard is doing a fantastic job,” he added.Alan Shearer gives promising Tammy Abraham verdict despite ‘difficult Chelsea role’— Chelsea FC News (@ChelseaNews2019) January 1, 2020Read Also:Brighton vs Chelsea: Jahanbakhsh nets stunning equalizer against Blues“With the number of youngsters and inexperience in that Chelsea side, you are always going to get inconsistencies, because that’s what happens when you have so many inexperienced players in your team.“But I think they’re pretty much on track.“When Frank took on that job, he knew the circumstances, but overall he is doing a very, very good job.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 The Blues couldn’t sign any new players over the summer due to a transfer ban, meaning the 22-year-old has led the line so far this season. Loading… last_img read more

Despite strong effort, Wisconsin falls to OSU

first_imgThe No. 16-ranked University of Wisconsin wrestling team fell to No. 6 Ohio State 24-18 Sunday in their last dual meet of the season.The result wasn’t one the Badgers were looking for on Senior Day as the meet was their last dual at the Field House this year and their last competition before the Big Ten Championships.“They wrestled well,” Wisconsin head coach Barry Davis said of Ohio State. “They’re one of the top teams in the Big Ten.”The dual started poorly for the Badgers as Ben Jordan was defeated 2-6 by the Buckeyes’? Jason Johnstone at 157 lbs.The next match proved to be the most exciting of the dual as eighth-ranked UW freshman Andrew Howe upset No. 2-ranked Colt Sponseller, 3-2. The match was extremely tight as the two carefully planned each one of their moves, scoring sparingly. Howe gained a 2-1 advantage with a takedown, but Sponseller evened it at two by the end of the second period. In the third period, Howe gained a point with an escape and held off a hard-fighting Sponseller until the horn sounded. Howe improved his record to 22-4 overall and stayed undefeated in dual matches after his most recent upset.The Buckeyes responded in the next two matches with wins at 174 lbs. as Dave Rella took down Travis Rutt, 3-5, and No. 2-ranked Mike Pucillo earned a major decision, easily defeating UW’s Eric Bugenhagen 4-14 at 184 lbs.UW then gained the lead going into the intermission as No. 3-ranked Dallas Herbst and No. 18 Kyle Massey easily won their matches. Herbst pinned opponent Jason Cook in the first period in the 197 lbs. class, and heavyweight Kyle Massey handled Ohio State’s Corey Morrison 8-1.Herbst was proud of his performance after the match.“Last time wrestling here, and I wanted to go out with a bang,” Herbst said. “And I guess I got that accomplished. I’ve been struggling a little bit this year with my pins, and to get one for the last one here felt good.”With the score 12-10 in the Badgers’ favor, the Buckeyes came out looking to take over, winning their next three matches. Ohio State’s Nikko Triggas pinned UW’s Drew Hammen in 2:22 in the 125 lbs. bout, and the 133 lbs. finished in similar fashion. UW’s Tom Kelliher fought off several pin attempts by No. 3-ranked Reece Humphrey, but Humphrey earned numerous takedowns and eventually a major decision, winning 13-3.The Buckeye’s extended their lead to 24-12 and put the dual out of reach as J Jaggers won a major decision against Eric Senescu after dominating him for a 13-3 win at 141 lbs. This match was highlighted by the curious absence of UW’s top wrestler, Zach Tanelli, who is currently No. 1 in the nation. The Badgers may have had a chance to take the dual if Tanelli had been active, but Tanelli was cautious and stayed out this dual in preparation of the Big Ten Championships next week.“It would have been a big difference if [Tanelli] had been in,” Herbst said of his teammate.Davis said Tanelli’s performance is too vital to risk anything.“We’re just trying to make sure he’s ready to go for the Big Ten’s,” Davis said. “That’s going to be the key factor down the road.”UW junior and No. 5-ranked Kyle Ruschell finished strong for the Badgers, though, as he pinned his opponent, Owen Schaefer, at the 4:29 mark in the 149 lbs. match. Ohio State was missing their No. 4-ranked wrestler, Lance Palmer, though, and Ruschell improved to 23-5 overall against the weaker competition.This dual marked the end of the regular season for both teams. Wisconsin fell to 9-8-0 overall and 3-5-0 in Big Ten play, and Ohio State improved to 17-2-0 overall and 7-1-0 in conference play.The Badgers will be losing eight seniors this year as Mike Felling, Dallas Herbst, Kyle Massey, Zach Tanelli, Justin Peterson, Kyle Reeve, Dan Rivers and Erik Senescu will be moving on after this season.“As a coach, it was hard to see those guys go, but we’re not done yet,” Davis said.The Wisconsin grapplers are looking forward to the Big Ten and national championship, though, taking this loss as just another learning experience.“It was a good dual meet; the dual meets are over with now, but now the war begins,” Davis said. “It’s another five days: two in the Big Ten’s and three in the NCAA’s.”Herbst echoed his coach.“The next two weeks, we’ll be working on [the Big Ten Championship],” Herbst said. “After that, we’re working on nationals — step by step.”last_img read more

How augmented reality tech firm plans on boosting football’s commercial profits

first_img StumbleUpon Custom Spa – Alessandro Mastropasqua – Augmenting Reality March 12, 2018 Submit Betradar: The increased desire for data and live streaming December 27, 2017 Share Related Articles Share Project11 to showcase Supponor’s DBR technology at #bofcon2018 March 20, 2018 Augmented reality tech firm, Supponor could be about to expand the commercial profits of football clubs, by tailoring the pitchside advertising boards for different markets.The technology which was utilised in the Bundesliga last season, transforms a physical signage asset ‘into a virtual digital asset, which can be targeted with different content for different audiences.Describing the technology to SBC, Supponor COO, Charlie Marshall said: “People watching around the world see the game as it’s taking place live, but the advertising they see in the stadium is actually delivered virtually.“There are a few things that this technology enables, you can have regional brands associated with your club and you can effectively carve out those regions, so give exclusivity to one betting partner in Europe, or exclusivity to one betting partner in Asia and so on and so on.“It doesn’t just have to be by geographical audiences, it can also be by platform, so you can give exclusivity to a sponsor for mobile streams or for tablet streams or clubs could have one partner for the live and one for the delayed or highlights content, you slice and dice it a number of different ways.”“Another use of the technology, especially relevant for betting is the fact that this content is now all rendered digitally and instantaneously into the broadcast room, so when it comes to things like odds and being responsive to things that are happening during the game, this opens up loads of opportunities.”last_img read more