Market Outlook August 2021 - chief economist Bill Evans and the team investigate the economic cost of Delta’s global spread
Market Outlook in conversation
Key themes discussed this month include:Delta, the immediate economic cost, the necessary conditions for recovery, and considerations for the RBA (Chief Economist Bill Evans)Australia’s lockdowns and the chance of recession in 2021 6:20 min (Senior Economist Andrew Hanlan)The sensitivity of consumer and business confidence to 2021’s outbreaks 9:50 min (Senior Economist Matthew Hassan)Labour market dynamics of an Australian lockdown 15:40 min (Senior Economist Justin Smirk)Australia’s vaccine rollout, an indicative timeline and how we compare globally 20:05 min (Economist Lochlan Halloway)Delta’s spread, a global perspective on the economic and FX consequences 24:00 min (Senior Economist Elliot Clarke)
Michael and Wes are joined in this week's episode by Bill Evans from Igenomix, to talk all things genetic screening. Bill explains what is involved in genetic screening, carrier screening, and what is offered via the NHS and other clinics.My Surrogacy Journey brings together experts and educational content to support intended parents, surrogates, donors and their families in the UK.If you want to know more about My Surrogacy Journey, then visit: https://www.mysurrogacyjourney.com/My Surrogacy Journey the podcast is a StoryHunter ProductionSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“Endowments are one of the best ways for small gifts to make a big impact.” Retired Free Will Baptist Foundation Director Bill Evans talks about endowments and how gifts given now can have a perpetual impact on ministries. The Together Way Trust was established to provide long-term financial resources for national ministries. Find more at https://nafwb.org/togetherway/. Find out more about endowments with the Free Will Baptist Foundation at http://fwbgifts.org. #NAFWB
Bill Evans, founder of Open Gates Group joins Paul this week for another episode of Pollinate. Open Gates Group provides human resources, business planning, administrative, and marketing services for their family of eight Kalona, Iowa based companies. They discuss the future of organic foods as well as the challenges of how to build a strong local food system. "We are a group of entrepreneurial people who care about service and making our world a better place. Our mission is simple, create value and enhance lives. This mission echoes throughout the halls of our three facilities located in rural Kalona, Iowa." Learn more about Open Gates Group: http://www.opengatesgroup.com/ Learn more about Wilson's Orchard & Farm: https://www.wilsonsorchard.com/
Bill Evans the Executive Director of AMPIA and I'm Here With Magazine talk @yourampia nominees and the October 8th, Online interactive 46th Rosie Awards!
I'm Here With
Bill Evans the Executive Director of AMPIA and I'm Here With Magazine talk @yourampia nominees and the October 8th, Online interactive 46th Rosie Awards! A clip from our interview! Stay tuned!Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA)FINALISTS and new event date announced for the 2020 Alberta Film & Television (Rosie) Awards. The Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) has continued to work through the delays and difficulty of this unprecedented time of pandemic. Today AMPIA is very pleased to be able to announce their finalists for the 46th annual Alberta Film & Television Awards, celebrating excellence and outstanding achievement in Alberta’s screen industries.The 2020 Awards were to have taken place on May 23 but have now been rescheduled. The winners will be announced in a FaceBook/You Tube Event Production on Thursday, October 8, 2020.As for who is up for the 54 prestigious Rosie Awards, a total of 623 class (215) and craft (408) entries were submitted for consideration into this year’s awards, resulting in 308 total finalists; 121 class and 187 craft. For this year’s awards 54 industry professionals outside of Alberta adjudicated the submissions.These productions, from commercials, new media, and both long and short form fiction and non-fiction are vying for 21 Class awards. In addition, Alberta’s talented screenwriters, costume and production designers, cinematographers, editors, directors, make-up artists, special effects artists, sound technicians and composers are competing in 33 Craft categories.Of all finalists, 189 are from productions based in the city of Calgary, while 100 are from Edmonton-based productions. There were also 20 finalists from other communities in Alberta. As always, some Edmonton productions used Calgary talent. Similarly, some Calgary productions employed Edmonton talent. This should be kept in mind when comparing the breakdown.In Calgary SEVEN24 Films had the largest number of finalists with 18, while Bamboo Shoots had the second most, with 14 finalists. With a total of 14, Sticks and Stones had the greatest number of Edmonton finalists. Yardwork Films followed with 7 finalists.As for individual productions, Calgary based Prairie Dog Film & Television’s production of “Tribal” has the most finalists, with 12. The production receiving the second greatest number of finalists is also Calgary based, SEVEN24 Films’ “Heartland,” with 10. The individual production with the largest number of finalists from Edmonton is Yardwork Productions of “Whiteface” with 7.The Alberta Film & Television Awards, continues to be the oldest film and/or television awards event in Canada, honouring its provincial production industry.In order to qualify for an Alberta Film & Television Award a production must be produced or co-produced by a production company based in Alberta. For any craftsperson to be eligible he or she must have been a resident of Alberta for the 2019 calendar year.Rosie Award Nominees were announced by AMPIA Board member Michelle Wong live from the stage at the Webber Academy in Calgary. Watch it on YouTube or Facebook.