Home » News » Proptech giants join forces to offer agents free tenant pre-screening previous nextProptechProptech giants join forces to offer agents free tenant pre-screeningLetting agents who use the Teclet platform can now check out prospective applicants in under 60 seconds using Canopy’s system.Nigel Lewis20th July 20200967 Views Two of the UK’s leading proptech firms Teclet and Canopy have joined forces to offer letting agents a free tenant pre-screening service that, it is claimed, lowers on-boarding costs for agents and reduces void periods for landlords.Letting agents who use Teclet’s digital proptech platform to automate their lettings, renewal and property management tasks can now pre-screen prospective tenants via Canopy’s system via Teclet.Canopy says this is achieved by its RentPassport system which verifies a tenant’s Experian credit profile including adverse financial history in approximately a mi ute, saving time and enabling faster lets.Open bankingOnce tenants pass this hurdle, Canopy’s Open Banking technology is used to verify tenants’ income, rental affordability, and historical rental payments.John Evans, Commercial Director at Teclet, says: “We are delighted to be able to announce our partnership with Canopy whose suite of products deliver real and tangible value to letting agents.“Canopy are FCA regulated and their products provide an ability to obtain highly cost-effective deposit insurance, rent tracking, Experian credit rating management and access to desirable and low-cost financial products that are uniquely suited to the renters of today.”Former Foxtons and Marsh & Parsons chief Peter Rollings (left), who recently became a Canopy Advisory Board member, says: “What I love about Canopy and why I got involved is that it not only provides some great and easy to use technology to help the agent do their job quicker and more efficiently.“It also provides lots of clever and helpful stuff for the tenant. As we know, a great deal is where everyone wins and, coupled with the other benefits of the teclet platform, this delivers that outcome.”Read more about Teclet. proptech Peter Rollings Canopy teclet July 20, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
View post tag: RS Regele Ferdinand The Romanian Navy has deployed its flagship frigate ROS Regele Ferdinand to NATO’s Standing Maritime Group 2 for a month of joint operations and exercises.The former Royal Navy Type 22 departed Constanta, Romania, on October 6 and will integrate into the NATO task group for operation Sea Guardian.With its embarked Puma naval helicopter and a crew of 240 sailors, the frigate will contribute to a broader maritime security operation in the Mediterranean.Operation Sea Guardian is a maritime security operation carried in cooperation with Mediterranean navies to maintain maritime situational awareness, deter terrorism and enhance capacity building.The majority of SNMG2 ships are currently near the coast of France taking part in the NATO Response Force drill Brilliant Mariner which kicked off September 29.Among SNMG2 ships still in the Mediterranean Sea are Albanian Navy patrol ship ALS Oriku and German frigate FGS Lübeck.ROS Regele Ferdinand will likely join the two for its third integration into SNMG2 this year. The ship is expected to return to Romania in early November. View post tag: Romanian Navy View post tag: Op Sea Guardian Back to overview,Home naval-today Romanian frigate joins NATO operation Sea Guardian View post tag: SNMG2 October 6, 2017 Share this article Authorities View post tag: NATO Romanian frigate joins NATO operation Sea Guardian
Birmingham University has recently been granted an injunction that criminalises any occupation of university property for the next year. The injunction follows a recent occupation of an abandoned campus building and other protests which have resulted in sanctions against students.Tessa Gregory, a solicitor at Public Interest Lawyers who is acting on behalf of Birmingham students, described recent events as being ‘a shameful attempt by the university to prevent students from exercising their lawful right to protest.’ A Birmingham University spokesperson claimed that the injunction would have no effect of the right of student protest on campus; ‘it merely covers the unauthorised occupation of campus or buildings.’Other universities have also resorted to legal action to end occupations. Sheffield University have recently withdrawn a similar injunction last week after successful negotiations between student occupiers and university authorities. Students at Royal Holloway were also threatened with a high court injunction, although the occupation ended before the university resorted to such action.Asked to comment on the Birmingham injunction and Oxford’s response to a future occupation, an Oxford University spokesperson stated that the University ‘fully supports people’s right to protest, as long as it is within the law. We do not support occupying University buildings as a means of protest. Any response to a particular protest would depend on the circumstances.’In November 2010 the Radcliffe Camera in Oxford was occupied by a group of students as part of a wider protest against public sector cuts. The protest ended after more than 24 hours when the police managed to break through a door.The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts has placed the blame on the increasing privatisation of higher education. They say that certain principles, such as freedom of expression and democracy on campus, are being lost, as ‘high paid university executives are cracking down on all forms of dissent on universities’ campuses.” They will ‘fight this draconian injunction in court’ as well as disregarding the injunction in practice by organising more protests at Birmingham University.
passed away on July 11, 2018. She was born in Bayonne and was a lifelong resident. Mrs. Dethlefsen was predeceased by her husband, the late John Dethlefsen; and her daughter, the late Lorraine Dethlefsen. She is survived by her son, Robert Dethlefsen; her grandsons, Brian and Kevin Dethlefsen; and her sister, Dorothy Reilly. Funeral arrangements by BAYONNE MEMORIAL HOME, 854 Avenue C.
Jack Devine counts on the Ocean City Post Office to arrange for his annual shipping of a holiday gift to Poland. By TIM KELLYIn an age of cyber-deals, easy online shopping and other benefits, carrying packages and waiting in line at the post office might seem old-fashioned.That’s exactly what customers seem to like about going to the Ocean City Post Office at Ninth Street and Ocean Avenue.“I love that post office,” said Johanna Hoch, a resident at Gardens Plaza Condominium at Park Place and the Boardwalk.“I look forward to going there. It’s a fun experience. I like the Art Deco architecture and the original brass post office boxes,” Hoch added. “What I really like are the people who work there. They’re helpful and they remember you.”The Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce and the city named a marketing effort for its already popular Asbury Avenue and Boardwalk businesses “Old Fashioned Family Christmas.”The local post office certainly fits into the theme and complements it.Though technically not a business, the United States Post Office representing the 08226 zip code dovetails with the free carriage rides downtown, breakfast and photos with Santa, the Christmas tree lighting and the annual Holiday Parade, among other featured events and tourism incentives.On Tuesday, the effort seemed to be doing a good job of luring more folks to Asbury Avenue and the Boardwalk, away from the malls and chain stores.“I like to support local business and to keep my (holiday shopping dollars) here in town,” said Pat Garza, who lives in the Riviera section of the resort.She said that she prefers wrapping and packing her mailed items herself rather than trusting it to an online retailer.“Today, I sent off a package to Marlton, and I picked up a few large envelopes and packing supplies,” Garza said. “I’ll be back here when those items are ready to ship.”Count Kathleen Tully as a major fan of the Ocean City Post Office’s services.Postal customer Kathleen Tully noted that Amazon and other online retailers and “Big Box” stores are convenient but impersonal.Tully, who lives in the Gardens section of town, said, “I use Amazon for things that I bought (conventionally) and then can’t find in retail stores. I can usually find those items on Amazon for my repeat purchases. Everything else I buy locally and mail from here.”Tully said she also enjoys buying Christmas stamps at the post office to dress up her holiday cards and letters.Residents aren’t the only ones using the O.C. Post Office’s old-school methods to their advantage.Savvy local businesses are doing it too, said Aimee Schultz, whose JASM Consulting company helps clients do just that.One of them, Jilly’s, utilizes online ordering for its gift baskets, she said.However, the baskets are personalized to fit the needs of each customer, which results in different shipping needs as well.“The post office is great at that,” said Schultz.She also mentioned Jon & Patty’s Coffee Bar and Bistro as a business in town that combines both high and low technology.Schultz said the restaurant receives numerous online orders for gift cards and mails out individualized messages along with the cards.“The post office allows them to (add value) to the gift card sales as an additional point of contact with customers,” she said.Pat Garza stops at the post office to mail a package and purchase several large envelopes for future mailings.An OCNJDaily.com reporter observed several other businesses in line Tuesday at the post office, but most were folks looking to mail packages and cards or to purchase supplies for mailing and packing holiday gifts.Jack Devine, executive director of the Ocean City Arts Council, was mailing a card and talked about how he utilizes the post office for a gift he sends to Poland every year.“One of the people who works there is (a native of) Poland and I enjoy speaking with her about where my package is headed,” Devine said. “It’s great because you can track the package and with the cost of postage, you receive an extremely well done (hard copy) record of what’s going to happen regarding delivery.”A postal worker said Tuesday that employees were not permitted to do interviews when they work.An off-duty employee, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the personal touch is what the postal service is hoping to capitalize on in the years ahead as technology continues to evolve.“We have automated most of our operations as well,” the employee said. “The thing that sets us apart from the pack is that we can know our customers and sometimes anticipate their needs and help them to better meet them. People like doing business in this manner when many companies are so impersonal. It’s the old-fashioned way.”Rita Boyle of Park Place, who also owns a home in Camden County, said there was nothing like mailing cards, letters and packages from Ocean City.“The people here are so nice,” Boyle said. “They help you out and care about getting your packages there on time and for the least amount of cost.”A mural depicting an Ocean City post card stands outside the post office.
Summer Camp Music Festival is truly one of the mainstays of the live music scene, as host bands moe. and Umphrey’s McGee never fail to organize a top tier event. The festival officially unveiled plans for 2018, set to return to Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL over Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, with a video from one of their newest fans. Ethan Cutkosky (also known as “Carl” from the Showtime series Shameless) was in attendance at the 2017 event, fitting right on in with the 20,000+ fans on site. While first sticking out as one of the most random celebrities there–though many in the music community knew Cutkosky from sightings at EDM shows in the Chicago area–he was officially a “scamper” by the end of the three day weekend.Carl From “Shameless” Rages Umphrey’s McGeeIn the video below, Cutkosky reveals the 2018 dates and urges fans to stay tuned for information on the Advanced Early-Bird Passes, the first round of artist announcements, and more. The video then cuts to an interview with Cutkosky that took place during Summer Camp 2017, where he describes the weekend as the “best time of [his] life”, attributing the positive experience to the music, the vibe, and the amazing community. In addition to the festival’s host bands, he shouts out Manic Focus and Pretty Lights as acts he’s most excited to see.Watch the “Shameless Self-Promotion” below, and head to the website for more information:
The Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership (CWIL) Conference will take place this weekend at Saint Mary’s College. “This year’s conference focuses on the themes of leadership, women, intercultural studies and the intersection between them,” said Mana Derakhshani, a College faculty member helping to organize the conference. These ideas will be explored at the conference through various speakers, roundtable discussions, panels and workshops. The conference is hosted by the Center for Women’s Intercultural Studies and will start today and continue through Saturday. Beverly Tatum, president of Spellman College, a historically black college for women, will be the keynote speaker. She will give a presentation entitled “Educating Tomorrow’s Global Women Leaders” tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the O’Laughlin Auditorium. Tatum has made a career out of women’s education, written several books and is an expert on race and identity, Derakhshani said. “She epitomizes in many ways the various themes of the conference”, she said. Derakhshani emphasized how the CWIL Conference’s themes related to everyday life. “Some of the presenters and most of the participants are not professors or academia. They bring together theory and practice,” she said. “The conference is a place to share ideas, to learn about innovative projects and theories or how people are dealing with these issues in research and practice.” She encouraged students to attend the conference. For more information, visit the CWIL website at http://www.centerforwomeninleadership.org/research-and-scholarship/cwil-conference-2010/schedule-a-glance.
The report credits Samsung’s success to its mid-tier and budget smartphones, as well as flagships, such as the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Apple also had a delayed launch for its iPhone 12 series which prevented the Cupertino giant from getting that push in sales. Typically, Apple launches new iPhone models in September, which is the end of the third quarter. This time, the launch took place in October.Lastly, the report adds that in terms of the global smartphone market in Q3 2020, Samsung took the top spot with 21.9 percent share, beating Huawei and Xiaomi.An analysis by International Data Corporation (IDC) for Indian smartphone market for Q3 2020 also revealed that Samsung came in second with 12.1 million smartphones shipped, but had a significant 38.1 percent growth compared to Q3 2019.- Advertisement – Samsung has surpassed Apple for the first time in three years by shipping the highest number of smartphones in the third quarter of 2020 in the US. According to the analysis carried out by Strategy Analytics, Samsung had a market share of 33.7 percent in the US this year. Apple came in second, followed by LG. The report says that Samsung was able to take the lead this time thanks to its mid-tier and budget smartphones, along with the launch of its new Samsung Galaxy S20 series.As per the report by Korean Herald citing Strategy Analytics, for the first time since 2017, Samsung has surpassed Apple in terms of total smartphones shipped in a quarter. In the third quarter of 2020, Samsung accounted for 33.7 percent of the US smartphone market which is a 6.7 percent growth compared to last year’s third quarter. Apple came in second with 30.2 percent market share. LG followed with 14.7 percent market share.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Is this the end of the Samsung Galaxy Note series as we know it? We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.
“Obviously it’s a massive boost. Even when he comes to watch the games, it’s a boost. He’s always speaking, trying to motivate every one which is good. He’s a real leader. As a player who has had a few hamstring injuries, it’s a weird one because I don’t want him to rush it because I know how much it can come back, but at the same time, we need him. Read Also:Harry Kane steps up recovery from injury as Tottenham get huge boost “As long as he does his recovery properly and comes back strong I’ll be happy.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dele Alli is happy seeing Harry Kane back in training at Tottenham. injured Spurs captain Harry Kane intensifying recovery Kane trained outdoors with the ball on Monday and hopes to return to action in early to mid-April after tearing his right hamstring tendon at Southampton on New Year’s Day – an injury which later required surgery. “It’s very good [to see him training],” Alli said. “Harry’s an amazing athlete and professional. He’s picked up a few injuries since I’ve been here and every time he’s recovered very well. You can see how motivated and dedicated he is. I wasn’t surprised to see him out there. He works so hard on his game.Advertisement Loading… Promoted Content12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Most Clever Uses Of CGI In CinemaCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?
A lot of people have asked how Batesville has developed such a good distance running program. When I came to Batesville and took over the cross country program, it was run by the basketball coach, and the main participants were the basketball players trying to get into shape for basketball. They had very little desire to improve as runners.Even though I coached basketball at the time, I decided to recruit athletes whose first love was running. One of these young men was Dennis Dierckman who went on to finish second in a state distance race. Also, I expanded the training to include practicing on Saturdays and running through the summer vacation for fun. Since most other programs in southeastern Indiana were just like Batesville had been, it was not difficult to dominate them.With the success of Dennis Dierckman and the runners who followed him, we built a tradition which continues today. After I retired, Leo Turchyn, Ron McAllister, Lisa Gausman, and Ben Pierson have continued with this attitude. They are continuing to do quite well in distance running. Once the tradition is established, athletes want to be a part of winning programs.