443 Queen St, a new sub-tropical development.IF you enjoy the outdoors, living at 443 Queen St, in Brisbane’s CBD, could be the perfect property for you. With each apartment sitting within a garden enviroment, buyers can enjoy a “home in the sky”. Elizabeth Watson Brown from Architectus said: “This is a distinctly Brisbane building, designed exclusively for our city”.“All homes offer exceptional amenities, design and space features that you would normally only find in a luxury home, but is here in the heart of the city,” she said. “Singapore-based WOHA and Brisbane based Architectus have drawn on their extensive experience in award-winning architecture to create a striking building embroidered throughout with gardens, trees and lush plantings.” 443 Queen St, a new sub-tropical development.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago Inside 443 Queen St.Place New Farm selling agent Judy Goodger said the latest Home Collection was unique.“In my time of selling luxury riverfront apartments, I haven’t seen anything of this calibre and uniqueness created in the Brisbane marketplace,” she said.“My favourite element of the Home Collection is the stunning and very Queensland appropriate subtropical environment, which perfectly complements the panoramic river and city views.“These environmentally-minded homes take full advantage of the fresh air and natural light, perfectly designed for Brisbane’s subtropical climate; it’s a living experience that will set a new standard in Brisbane.”The homes are 40 to 50 per cent larger than most typical apartments recently developed, and true to the building’s design philosophy.
Batesville, IN — A fundraiser has been created for those displaced by a fatal fire that destroyed a home on Monday, August 31. The fire claimed the life of one person and displaced 9 residents who occupied the two-story duplex on 106 N. Park Avenue in Batesville.A fund was established for community members and organizations who wish to provide financial support for those families. It is overseen by the City of Batesville’s Community Development Director Steven Harmeyer in partnership with the Hispanic Community Advisory Committee. Funds will be dispersed equally among the families.Monetary assistance can be given by visiting any FCN Bank and making a donation to the account set up as “Displaced Victims Benefit”. Other forms of donations such as clothing are not being accepted by the City of Batesville. The program begins today and will conclude Friday, September 18.For more information contact Steven Harmeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-933-6113.
… Seth still on course for men’s titleIT was mostly easy wins for the Guyanese women at the Caribbean Senior Squash Championships, where they all made it into the quarterfinals of the women’s singles. In the men’s singles Guyana’s Sunil Seth, Nyron Joseph, and Jason Ray Khalil all secured opening wins when the competition started yesterday in the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Tournament number two seed, Ashley Khallil, Akeila Wiltshire, Larissa Wiltshire, Taylor Fernandes, and Mary Fung-a-Fat, all secured wins in the competition’s opening day to make it into the quarterfinals.Two-time junior Caribbean champion Akeila Wiltshire is scheduled to take on long-time nemesis and reigning women’s champion Karen Meakins, today, for a spot in the women’s singles semi-finals, after clearing wins against Chelsie Samuel and Andrea Goodridge.Wiltshire had easy wins against the Barbadians, taking down Samuel 11-611-311-4, before moving on to dispose of Goodridge 11-511-111-5.With only Bajan and Guyanese players making it into the quarterfinals, Guyana’s Taylor Fernandes finds herself pitted against her compatriot, Ashley Khalil, in her quarter-finals match. In the other quarter-final match-ups Fung-a-Fat will take on Caribbean junior Girls’ Under-17 champion Amanda Haywood, and Larissa, the current Caribbean Girls’ Under-19 champion, will vie against Caribbean Girls’ Under-15 champion Meagan Best.In her opening matches Khalil defeated Barbados Rae Stollmeyer, prevailing 11-211-611-4. Fernandes ousted Bermuda’s Jane Chapman (11-6, 11-4, 11-1) and Trinidad’s Faith Gillezeau (11-3, 11-8, 11-6) on her way to the quarterfinals, and Fung-a-Fat sent Trinidad’s Alexandria Yearwood packing after a 11-511-211-5 win.On the Boys side, Guyana’s Benjamin Mekdeci was the only one who failed to make it past the first round. Another two-time former junior Caribbean champion, Mekdeci went down 3-11, 8-11, 4-11 against Barbados Rhett Cumberbatch.Guyana’s Nyron Joseph took a win against Barbados’ Don Benn (11-7, 3-11, 11-8, 11-5) before he lost against Trinidad’s Kale Wilson (11-6, 4-11, 7-11, 6-11). Meanwhile, in the Men’s results Seth is still in the running for a singles title after defeating Jason Doyle (11-8, 12-10, 11-7) and Patrick Foster (11-8, 11-4, 16-14), and Jason bagged a wins against Jamaica’s Dane Shcwier (11-7, 11-4, 11-1).Following the completion of individual competition of the Championships, the team competition is expected to commence. The Guyana team are the defending champions of the women’s title.
Motorsports News Lewis Hamilton clinches Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to secure glorious end to record-breaking 2018
Abu Dhabi: Lewis Hamilton ended 2018 with a typically assured victory in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix amid topless celebrations and farewells on an emotional evening at the Yas Marina Circuit. The 33-year-old Briton, who reeled off the 11th win of 2018 that brought him his fifth drivers’ world championship ahead of four-time champ Sebastian Vettel, showed off his tattooed torso on the podium amid goodbyes for former foe Fernando Alonso, who retired from F1 after 17 years and 311 GPs. “I really wanted to end the season strong,” said Hamilton, who won the F1 championship last month in Mexico. “The team did an exceptional job all year long, and I really wanted, race on, race off, to deliver for them and wanted to end the way that I plan to start next year. That was kind of the new psyche.”Read More |Happy Birthday Sania Mirza: Wishes pour in for India’s tennis starHamilton’s latest win came after Nico Hulkenberg survived a spectacular accident on the opening lap — escaping unhurst as flames licked around him while he hung on the barriers “like a cow” in his upside-down Renault.Read More | Viswanathan Anand wins dramatic Tata Steel Chess Blitz titleHulkenberg smiled as he recalled the experience of hanging in his car while “the barbecue was lit” behind him. The German driver’s accident came after tangling with Romain Grosjean’s Haas led to a Safety Car intervention, but neither that, nor the later deployment of a Virtual Safety Car, could stop Hamilton from triumphing. Mercedes team manager Tom Wolff said that for Hamilton and the team it was important to maintain impetus as they head towards defending their record-equalling sequence of five consecutive drivers’ and teams’ double title wins next year. “It was a great fight this season with Ferrari and then Red Bull came into the mix and there were six cars able to win — that’s why the television ratings increased.” New American owners Liberty Media appreciated that and the special moment after Sunday’s race when multiple champions Hamilton (five titles), Vettel (four) and Alonso (two) performed semi-synchronised donut spins of their cars during a post-race slow-down lap dedicated to the Spanish driver. Hamilton also had warm words for Vettel. “It’s been a real honour and a privilege racing against Sebastian,” said Hamilton. “I’ve known him since our Formula Three days and he’s an honest driver who has always raced his heart out. I know he’s going to come back strong next year.” For all the Latest Sports News News, Motorsports News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
The team says all other staff members or players involved in phase 2 of the NHL’s testing protocol have tested negative as teams prepare to start voluntary small-group workouts on Monday.NHL mandatory training camps can open July 10, pending an agreement to returning to play later this summer.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSTV money gives NFL leg up if fans can’t fill team’s coffersUNDATED (AP) — Timing favors the NFL over other major pro sports leagues in trying to figure out how to keep the coronavirus pandemic from wrecking the 2020 season. America’s most popular sport has another big advantage if the games are played: TV money. — At a Spanish league match in which spectators were banned, a man ran on to the pitch and briefly delayed Mallorca (mah-YOHR’-kah) vs. Barcelona. Televised images showed the man walk on to the field and take a photo of himself with his mobile phone a few meters in front of Barcelona defender Jordi Alba. It is unclear if the young man, who was wearing an Argentina soccer shirt approached other players before he was escorted off by security. Play quickly resumed.USOPC-PROTEST PROBLEMSUS Olympic leaders eye change on protests amid wary athletesDENVER (AP) — U.S. Olympic leaders are open to changing a longstanding rule restricting protests at the Olympics. But the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee is also facing backlash from some of its own athletes who feel they’ve been kept out of the loop.The USOPC is forming an athletes’ group to look into racial issues that have been exposed across the country in the aftermath of George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis. But the committee made the move before consulting with the group that is supposed to represent athletes on the U.S. team. That upset some athletes. While NFL owners could lose billions collectively with limited capacities in stadiums or no fans at all, the league is well positioned financially because of lucrative media contracts approaching $10 billion in a full 2020 season.Fitch Ratings recently affirmed its “A-plus” credit mark for the NFL and its properties in part because of the league’s media deals. Fitch says the NFL estimates each team’s media revenue at $250 million per season. The number gets bigger later in the contract, and each deal is set to expire in the next two years.So, it’s safe to say more than half of the league’s $15 billion in annual revenue comes from the TV deals shared equally among all 32 teams — unlike Major League Baseball, the NBA and NHL.MLB’s attempts to get the baseball season started are being held up in part by a disagreement over how to compensate players in the likelihood that owners will have no fan-related revenue.In other developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic: Burton, Gragson and Austin Cindric were three-wide going into that last lap, and it was Burton who wound up winning what turned into a wild finish.Cindric got second and Gragson finished third, two spots ahead of Earnhardt — part of his car’s JR Motorsports ownership.NFL-BROWN-MAYFIELDMayfield “absolutely” will kneel during national anthemCLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield plans to kneel during the national anthem this upcoming season to support protests of social injustice, police brutality and racism. In answering a post from a fan on his Instagram account Saturday that pleaded with him not to kneel, Mayfield responded: “Pull your head out. I absolutely am.″ Mayfield has been outspoken recently about the need for more understanding and justice in the nation following the killing of George Floyd, a black man, while in police custody in Minneapolis. On Friday, Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien said he would kneel with his players if they chose to do so during the anthem.Earlier this week, while not going as far as O’Brien, new Browns coach Kevin Stefanski made it clear he would back his players in any peaceful demonstrations.NHL-VIRUS OUTBREAKCayotes staff member tests positivePHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona Coyotes staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 and is isolated at home in the Phoenix area. The teams say the staffer is asymptomatic and feeling well. Associated Press The university disputed the lawsuit’s claims in a statement Friday.According to police reports, Murphy initially told officers that Miller, a Texas resident who was 19 at the time of the shooting, had fallen on a wet floor and hit his head.Murphy pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of making false reports to law enforcement and discharging a firearm within city limits. He was fined, given a suspended 30-day jail sentence and placed on probation. The senior forward was also suspended from the basketball team for five games following the charges.FIFA INVESTIGATION-BLATTERFresh Swiss investigation targets ex-FIFA president Blatter Update on the latest sports — Major League Baseball wants an answer by the end of the weekend on its latest pay proposal. According to details obtained by The Associated Press, MLB is offering players 80% of their prorated salaries and a 72-game schedule beginning July 14 in an effort to start the pandemic-delayed season. Players would get 70% of their prorated salaries during the regular season and the rest for completion of the postseason under MLB’s plan.— There will be a small crowd in the stands for NASCAR’s Cup Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday. Some 1,000 fans, mostly members of the military, have been invited to watch the third Cup race in eight days. It will be the 22nd time that NASCAR will run at Homestead, but the first time in any month other than November. The weather is expected to be hot and humid.— Major League Baseball and the affiliated minor leagues are shut down but an independent circuit is set to open on July 3 with some fans in the seats. The American Association says six teams will play in three hubs, at least at the start of the season. Minnesota’s St. Paul Saints will play home games at Sioux Falls Stadium along with South Dakota’s Sioux Falls Canaries. Manitoba’s Winnipeg Goldeyes will be based at Newman Outdoor Field with North Dakota’s Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks. The Chicago Dogs will play home games at the Ballpark Commons with the Milwaukee Milkmen.— New Zealand has become one of the first nations in the world to welcome hordes of fans back into a packed sports stadium. More than 20,000 fans poured into a stadium in Dunedin to watch a rugby match Saturday, with no masks or social distancing required. New Zealand removed almost every remaining virus restriction this week after no new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the country for more than three weeks, and all those who contracted the disease were determined to have recovered. The only major restriction that wasn’t lifted was the shutdown of the country’s border.— UNDATED (AP) — A Norwich player has tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of the English Premier League resuming next week. The unidentified player featured in a practice game at Tottenham on Friday. He was one of two new COVID-19 cases detected after 1,200 people were tested at the 20 clubs on Thursday and Friday. Players and club staff are being tested twice a week across the league, which ends its pandemic-enforced 100-day shutdown on Wednesday with matches played in empty stadiums. June 13, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNASCAR-HOMESTEAD-XfinityEarnhardt returns; Burton wins Xfinity race at HomesteadMIAMI (AP) — A late caution flag gave Harrison Burton new life, and he took advantage. Burton took the inside line on the way to the lead in the final lap and held on to win the Xfinity Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway — denying, among others, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Noah Gragson, who seemed to be in full command with seven laps remaining. GENEVA (AP) — Former FIFA (FEE’-fuh) president Sepp Blatter is the target of a criminal investigation in Switzerland for suspected mismanagement of a $1 million payment from soccer funds.Blatter has been notified by Swiss federal prosecutors he is an “accused person” over a loan FIFA gave in 2010 to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, according to a document seen by The Associated Press. The payment came from a FIFA account on April 13, 2010, and was interest-free, unsecured and later waived as a kind of gift, according to the document.The 84-year-old Blatter has denied any wrongdoing during decades of financial scandals linked to soccer’s world governing body, though he was banned from the presidency and risks being brought to trial in his home country.It is the latest allegation in Swiss and American federal investigations tying FIFA to irregular payments benefiting Jack Warner, its former vice president from Trinidad who is fighting extradition to the United States. Both the athletes and the USOPC are working out their differences. And both agree that attacking the problem of racism and social injustice is more important than internal squabbling.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-MURPHY-SHOOTING LAWSUITLawsuit: Coach told Drake player to lie after shootingDES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A Drake University student who was accidentally shot in the head by a basketball player alleges in a lawsuit that a coach instructed the player to lie to police.The Des Moines Register reports that Nathaniel Miller Jr. filed the lawsuit this week against the university, Bulldogs forward Tremell Murphy and the managers of the off-campus property near the university where the shooting happened during a party last August. It alleges that an unidentified coach showed up before officers arrived and told Murphy to deny any involvement. The lawsuit also alleges that proper medical care for the victim was delayed because of the misdirection from witnesses
BERBICIAN athletics club, Hopetown Flames are prepared and will have their eyes set on the Independence Track and Field Championships this weekend (May 18-19) at the National Track and Field Centre (NTFC), Leonora, West Coast Demerara.The club boasts a number of phenomenal talents and team manager, Keisha Burnett, is optimistic that her athletes will do well over the weekend.She revealed, “We are well prepared and looking forward for the Independence meet, I expect my athletes to perform well because they having being doing great from the start of the year.”In recent times, with Guyana becoming a dominant force in athletics at the youth and junior levels in the Caribbean, Burnett pointed out that meets such as these will aid in the development of athletes.”Our athletes are preparing for future meets so the more they compete the better for them and I believe this meet provides exposure for our athletes and that is important,” she said.Hopetown Flames boasts athletes such as 2019 Carifta gold medallist Matthew Gordon along with the likes of sprinter Loneil Marks among its ranks.Action will kick off on both days at the NTFC at 10:00hrs. Spectators will be asked for a $300 contribution at the gate.
Rubicon, Almat, Lintex Others in Impressive StartThe ongoing First Bank/Georgian Cup Centenary Polo Tournament that has been spreading excitements across the country and beyond picked up steams on Monday with Rubicon, Almat and Kaduna Profile teams winning their opening games.2018 runners-up winner, step up their campaign for a third First Bank Georgian Cup glory with 11-9 defeat of the defending champions in an epic battles watched by a capacity crowd that included the Life Chairman of Nigerian polo and Emir of Katsina, His Royal Highness Alhaji Abdulmumuni Kabir Usman. Made from the vintage Georgian Silver, the Georgian Trophy was donated to the Nigerian Polo Association in 1919 by the then British Bank for West Africa now First Bank Plc. and it has since been competed for annually by Nigerian high-goal teams for a century now.This year, the campaigns for the king of Kaduna polo is waxing an added allure as the high profile First Bank powered polo extravaganza celebrate the centenary of the 400 year-old Georgian Cup that remains the event’s biggest prize.First Bank Group Head, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Folake Ani-Mumuney stated that enduring partnership with Kaduna polo, is in furtherance of the bank’s commitment to the growth and development of sports, nation building and the economy at large.Ani Mumuney, who confirmed the sponsorship of the Georgian Cup of the Kaduna Polo Tournament for the 100th consecutive year, reaffirms FirstBank’s commitment to using this platform to continually impact the society, noting that the unnerving is possibly the longest running sports sponsorship in the world and a Guinness Book of Records potential.President, Kaduna Polo Club, Suleman Abubakar lauded First Bank on theGeorgian Cup Centenary celebration. “We are honoured to record such a milestone with First Bank since the inception of the tournament 100 years ago,” he declared.The Georgian Cup Polo Tournament is indeed the premier polo tournament in the country and it has proudly birthed many other sporting events across the country as well as the West African sub region as a whole.Earlier, former champions, Kaduna Imani were edged out by debutants, Lagos Lintex in their opening game, a result that underlines the cutting edge competition that would crown the proud champion this weekend in Kaduna.Almat that won the event’s second biggest prize took off from where they left, with a 41/2-6 win over Abuja Rubicon, to send a strong warning about their quest to retain their coveted Emir of Katsina Cup title.Kaduna Profile also started with a spark hitting YY Kangimi 7-5 at the legendary Murtala Square venue of the prestigious centenary celebration, to keep pace with the international fiesta that attracted a record 40 teams this year.Other top winners of the First Bank Georgian Cup Centenary poloTournament include Kaduna Trappco, Yola AA &R Investment team, Bauchi Kari and the Nigerian Immigration polo team who are upbeat in their race to win their first EL-Amin Cup title.Revered as the biggest and the glamorous polo tournament in Africa, the 2019 First Bank Georgian Cup Polo Tournament parades the best of Nigerian polo patrons, top rated players and foreign professionals from Europe, South Africa and Argentina.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
When Hanna Grinaker wakes up, the first thing she sees is her team.”Above my bed, I have a blown up picture of all of us,” Grinaker said, adding that it acts as a reminder of who she is and where she can go.”It tells me every morning, ‘This is why I’m here,'” Grinaker added. “I’m passionate about cross country, and I want to see how much I can get out of it.”So far the sophomore from Detroit Lakes, Minn., has done a great deal with her opportunity to run for UW. Last season she was an All-American and was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Her third-place finish in last year’s Big Ten Championship with a time of 20:39 was the fastest of all present freshmen and the highest finish by a freshman since 2004.This week marks the one-year anniversary of her first Big Ten Cross Country co-athlete of the week award.What accolades do not describe, however, is her passion for the sport and the art of running.”I love cross country because it’s reckless abandon,” Grinaker said.And despite her success last year, Grinaker wants more. She’s not yet where she would like to be.”I don’t think any of my stats are really impressive. I’m still working to be a better runner,” the modest Grinaker added.Grinaker is only a second away from running the mile in less than five minutes. Although her high school coach was never a runner, Grinaker claims his dedication to making her the best she could be played a major role in her success.Now she’s at UW, following the footsteps of her aunt Mary, who ran track for the Badgers and captured a UW Big Ten Championship.Inspired by head coach Jim Stintzi, Grinaker’s greatest challenge is to stay physically and mentally healthy throughout the entire season.”I think she is someone who is exceptionally disciplined and has a great work ethic,” Stintzi said. “She has a strong sense of her abilities, and she knows what she needs to do to improve.”Grinaker looks to Stintzi for his experienced advice. Stintzi was an All-American Badger and since his return to UW in 2004, he propelled Wisconsin into national rankings in both cross country and track.”His workouts give us confidence,” Grinaker said. “I listen to his advice, and I trust his system. There is always a little bit left in the tank, but the workouts leave us mentally tough.”Despite the fact that she’s only a sophomore, Grinaker has naturally embraced a leading role on the team.”She definitely is a leader in terms of her work ethic,” Stintzi said. “She’s not super vocal, but she’s encouraging of her teammates.”Grinaker sees this season as an opportunity to further progress.”I hope other people would look to me to be a leader. I feel like I am learning all the time,” she said. “I hope I can be a role model to the younger girls. Diligence and hard work really do pay off.”This past weekend the Badgers won their third straight Pioneer Invitational. Grinaker finished second, barely trailing teammate Cassie Hintz, a redshirt freshman from Stillwater, Maine. The Badgers secured the top eight spots and notched a perfect score of 15 in their win.Currently ranked No. 5 in the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association, the UW women’s cross country team will look to Grinaker for continued success and leadership this fall.
New Zealand-born Rowland whose grandmother is from Dublin has been in Ireland since April 2016 training and playing with the Ireland Sevens. The 27-year-old who can play fullback and wing played on the same Counties Manukau side as Bundee Aki in 2012 when the pair were coached by Tana Umaga.
Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 GVC responds to ‘press speculation’ on former Turkish business July 30, 2020 GVC promotes Tiku to Group COO as Segev restructures leadership ranks July 24, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Share Submit The ICE exhibition can be a daunting place for even the most battle hardened of industry conference-goers. So, how do you go about best managing your time and getting the most out of the annual industry pilgrimage to the ExCeL?As this year’s ICE moves into focus, we caught up with Conall McSorley, Business Development Director for gbet – a leading technology supplier in Europe and the US, with major brands like GVC and the New York Racing Association as existing customers.McSorley, whose company will be promoting its industry-leading solution for platform, sportsbook, exchange and Tote/ADW, outlined his key dos and don’ts for ‘breaking’ the ICE, including keeping an open mind and carrying out key research ahead of time.DosCome to ICE with an open mind. You may have a long standing relationship with a technology supplier, but technology is constantly evolving and adapting to challenges around regulation, product and function. It is a cliché, but a truism, that as an operator if you are not moving forward, you are falling behind. What does your business want to achieve in the next two years, is your current technology supplier the right partner to help you realise those objectives?Think like an end user before the event even starts. Ask yourself, what is your company’s USP to the end user? What is it that brings them to your site? Or perhaps, what is lacking in your offering that is causing them to leave and not return?Be aware of your current technology supplier’s limitations, and speak with alternative tech suppliers with those specific issues as your checklist. A migration to a different platform is only justified if it will make your business more competitive and profitable.Speak to colleagues internally within your organisation, especially in IT and Operations. Find out what projects and strategies they are failing to execute because of limitations of the technology supplier. Try to visit ICE with a tech savvy colleague, who may well have an entirely different approach to supplier evaluation.Do your research ahead of time on companies you want to see and try and schedule meetings. Remember, some companies like gbet for example will not have a stand, but will have private meeting rooms for presentations around the main exhibition floor.Don’ts Remember the open mind? It’s very easy at ICE with all the noise and the razzamatazz to get sucked into the “biggest must be best” mentality i.e. the largest stand must belong to the best business who must have the best technology. Businesses spend fortunes at ICE on branding and marketing (and hospitality), to convey to delegates that precise message. However, you will discover that some suppliers are forced to spend heavily on marketing because they are lacking in core function.Don’t spend too much time indulging in hospitality with existing suppliers. They already have your business, they want to keep it. The more time you are spending with them, the less time you are evaluating the alternatives and building that business case for migration your bosses will thank you for.Don’t play fast and loose with the timings of meetings; if you said 11, be there, otherwise you are having a knock on effect on your hosts schedule as well. If you cannot make a meeting, it really is only decent to communicate that to your host, and reschedule for a more convenient time.gbet will be hosting prospective clients for all three days of ICE. If you would like to book a private meeting, please contact Conall on email@example.com