A Memorandum of Understanding had been previouslyA Memorandum of Understanding had been previously established between The Wool Research Association (WRA) of India and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia (RMIT University).”With the Victorian delegation visiting India and the RMIT University MoU with our Centre of Excellence, the Wool Research Association of India will gain immense opportunities to work a strategic way forward in the field of sport textiles,” said Dr. Kavita Gupta, Additional Secretary to Government of India and Textile Commissioner at the RMIT-WRA collaboration and Australian delegation visit. “The partnership with RMIT is aimed at improving the main function of the WRA Centre of Excellence, to share and transfer knowledge of sports technologies and textiles. This will occur through various research and training workshops, seminars and conferences for the participating industry, researchers, students and new entrepreneurs,” said Shri. M.K. Bardhan, Director General, WRA at the RMIT-WRA collaboration. With the signing of this MoU, the two organisations plan to draw on the international expertise from RMITs Centre for Advanced Materials and Performance Textiles (CAMPT), especially from its Human Ecology and Clothing Science Research Group that focuses on spaces like sport materials, sports and performance apparel and human-performance technologies.CAMPT is the leading-edge textile research facility within the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT University. The Centre has developed notable products including protective fabrics for defence and fire fighters, materials for improved sports performance and innovative car seat covers that ensure optimal airbag deployments.As a part of this plan, RMIT and WRA will be collaborating to create a common platform called International Sportech Centre, which will focus on pilot trial and testing facilities as well as R&D for sports textiles manufacturers in the country. The Centre will also provide new avenues for entrepreneurs to develop new products, standards and prototypes of sports equipment, textiles and goods. MORE PRN PSadvertisement
Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. #BREAKING @USCG crews from Key West, Marathon and Miami, along with a good Sam rescue 2 people 3 miles N of Marathon!Read about the rescue https://t.co/BLyIII0wEF pic.twitter.com/5RSN9YpErw— USCGSoutheast (@USCGSoutheast) May 21, 2018Coast Guard crews located the second victim about two miles from the capsized vessel and pulled him to safety.The victims, who were visiting from Chicago, were taken to a nearby hospital. MARATHON, FLA. (WSVN) – The U.S. Coast Guard and a good Samaritan came to the rescue of two men after their boat capsized off the Florida Keys, Monday morning.According to officials, the good Samaritan alerted the Coast Guard that he had found a 16-foot skiff capsized near John Sawyer Bank, about three miles north of Marathon, just after 11:45 a.m.The good Samaritan said he had pulled one of the victims from the water.
Get a step-by-step guide to creating your personal branding blog and learn why it makes sense for every entrepreneur.Kris Dunn, Chief Human Resources Officer at Kinetix, shared a slideshow at The HR Capitalist about creating your own personal branding blog.Dunn laments that he’s “made every mistake known to man when it comes to blogging,” and he’s learned plenty along the way. He writes that although plenty of people start blogs, only 1 percent of the population “has what it takes to be a content creator,” since social media “is more distribution than it is content creation.” Dunn says that the main reason to start a personal branding blog is to make yourself a “subject matter expert,” which in turn increases “lead generation and authority in your niche.” He recommends mapping your content plan, picking a schedule for posting, and then sticking to it. Pick the 20 most important topics and write about them consistently. Read the slideshow for Dunn’s complete guide to personal branding blogs. How to start a professional blog without losing your mind from Kris DunnAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis