- First home fine dining portal: voilà connects top chefs and food lovers in Europe
- HÄNG Outdoors donates hammocks to IG Erlebnis Rhein
- Hootsuite: Maggie Lower becomes new CMO
- Press Release KI Bundesverband: Site Selection KI Innovation Park Baden-Württemberg
- Deep Instinct report warns: ransomware up 800 percent/vaccine programs targeted by cybercriminals
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First home fine dining portal: voilà connects top chefs and food lovers in Europe
Berlin, July 26, 2021 – voilà, the first home fine dining portal, recently revolutionized the cooking box experience. The portal offers extravagant, high-quality menu options for the home. The platform’s partners include several Michelin-starred restaurants. Among others, Cookies Cream, OPUS V, Dr. KOSCH and SOLA. The portal will initially be launched in Germany, but is also expected to expand across Europe in the future. The two founders, Julius Wiesenhütter and Florian Berg, want to make it possible for customers to prepare dishes from prestigious restaurants quickly and easily in their own kitchens with voilà. They combine trendsetters and renowned star cuisine and make it their goal to make 3-to-5-course menus available to everyone.
HÄNG Outdoors donates hammocks to IG Erlebnis Rhein
Würselen, July 27, 2021 – Tobias Tullius and Vincent Hommel, the two founders of HÄNG Outdoors, want more and more people to experience adventures in nature with their help. Recently, the company has joined forces with Erlebnis Rhein, a Swiss interest group. As part of this, they have installed 10 hammocks along the Rhine, which can be used by users* free of charge until mid-October. Founder Tullius has the following to say about the new developments: “I myself prefer to spend every free minute in nature. And swinging into the HÄNG after a long hiking tour is the best way for me to relax.”
Hootsuite: Maggie Lower becomes new CMO
Hamburg, July 27, 2021 – Hootsuite, one of the market leaders for social media management solutions, has recently appointed a new Chief Marketing Officer: Maggie Lower. In this role, she will be primarily responsible for the brand’s global strategy, communications, demand generation and events. Tom Keiser, CEO of Hootsuite, is very pleased with the choice made: “Even when we started looking for a CMO for the company, especially to drive the current growth phase, we knew we were looking for an innovative marketer. Maggie Lower is just that. She has spent her entire career combining both the art and science of marketing to deliver exceptional results for global brands. I look forward to working with her […]”
Press release KI Bundesverband: Site selection KI Innovation Park Baden-Württemberg.
Baden-Württemberg, July 27, 2021 – The KI Bundesverband commented three days ago on Heilbronn being selected as the location for the KI Innovation Park. To this end, Dr. Sven Krömer, the KI Association’s Baden-Württemberg regional group leader, issued a statement saying, “The Baden-Württemberg regional group welcomes this decision, because with Heilbronn as the location for the KI Innovation Park, the state government has opted for a solution that is close to the economy. The AI companies in Baden-Württemberg are looking forward to the cooperation and close collaboration of companies, scientists, and investors with the common goal of advancing artificial intelligence. It will be an opportunity to master the knowledge transfer between development and application in order to use AI in a meaningful and progressive way. The proximity to universities and small as well as large companies in the Heilbronn-Franken region is therefore a great advantage. As a regional group of the KI Bundesverband, we are particularly convinced that this project will provide radiance and consolidate Baden-Württemberg as a business location. KI will play an important role in this.”
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Deep Instinct report warns: ransomware up 800 percent/vaccine programs targeted by cybercriminals
Munich, July 22, 2021 – In a recent report, Deep Instinct warned that vaccination programs are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals. In this context, the American security company reports that the number of ransomeware attacks has increased to 800 percent, especially in medium-sized companies. In this regard, in the first half of 2021, compared to the previous year, the percentage increased by 244 percent. Deep Instinct also points out that attackers are increasingly posing as vaccine manufacturers and then baiting their victims with phishing emails.
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