Annette FrancisAPTN NewsAfter being left off the guest list at a number of meetings between the federal government and other national Indigenous organizations, the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) has decided it will turn to the Senate for help.National Chief Robert Bertrand appealed to the Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples to explain what CAP does, and why it should not be left out of email@example.com@aptnafrancis
John Zoccoli: Lifetime Brock Stakeholder, Tim Hortons FranchiseeThe Brock PressWritten by John Matisz (BA ’10), @MatiszJohnPublished 3/29/11A list of accolades which begin with a first-class Honours Bachelor of Administration (Co-op) degree from Brock University is likely to be lengthy. John Zoccoli, the owner of said education has been a franchisee of two local Tim Horton’s since 2002 – and it does not end there.Visit brockpress.com for the rest of the story. John Zoccoli (BAdmin ’86)John Zoccoli (BAdmin ’86), Brock University’s 2008 Faculty of Business Distinguished Graduate and successful Tim Hortons franchisee, was recently featured in the Brock Press article “John Zoccoli: Lifetime Brock stakeholder, Timmies franchisee”.A native of the Niagara region, Zoccoli graduated with first class honours in 1986 with an Honours Bachelor of Administration degree (co-op program). Zoccoli began his career as an accountant for Dunwoody & Company Chartered Accountants but soon found himself returning to Brock University where he spent the next fourteen years in key administrative positions on campus.Zoccoli is currently a franchisee of Tim Hortons, overseeing administrative and financial functions for his family-run operation of eight Tim Horton’s stores in the Niagara region.
by The Canadian Press Posted Oct 15, 2015 2:52 pm MDT Last Updated Oct 15, 2015 at 3:44 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Most actively traded companies on the TSX Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (13,828.97, down 46.36 points):Niko Resources Ltd. (TSX:NKO). Oil and gas. Up 9.5 cents, or 190 per cent, to 14.5 cents on 21.7 million shares.Carlisle Goldfields Ltd. (TSX:CGJ). Miner. Up 26 cents, or 70.27 per cent, to 63 cents on 10.5 million shares.First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Up 30 cents, or 3.99 per cent, to $7.81 on 5.9 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Aerospace, rail equipment. Down two cents, or 1.18 per cent, to $1.68 on 5.4 million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Down five cents, or 1.51 per cent, to $3.27 on 4.5 million shares.Penn West Petroleum Ltd. (TSX:PWT). Oil and gas. Down two cents, or 1.34 per cent, to $1.47 on 4.1 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc. (TSX:VRX). Pharmaceutical. Down $12.35, or 5.39 per cent, to $216.73 on 1.2 million shares. Valeant, already in the crosshairs of U.S. politicians, now is under scrutiny by U.S. federal prosecutors in two states who are seeking information on its drug pricing, distribution and patient assistance program. Canada’s largest drugmaker said late Wednesday that it had recently received subpoenas from the U.S. Attorney’s offices in Massachusetts and New York.
The following is a list of thesis defences taking place at Brock from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26.All are open for the University community to attend.PhD thesis defenceMichael Silkstone, a PhD candidate in the Department of Biological Sciences, will defend his thesis, titled “Functional antagonism of the mesolimbic dopaminergic system on mesolimbic cholinergic system in the vocal expression of an emotional state” on Tuesday, July 23 at 10 a.m. in CRN 207.The examination committee includes Heather Gordon, Chair; Stefan Brudzynsky, Supervisor; Henry Szechtman, External Examiner (McMaster University); Dawn Good, Internal Examiner; and Glenn Tattersall and Gaynor Spencer, Committee Members.PhD comprehensive portfolio defenceKenneth Smith, a PhD candidate in the Department of Educational Studies, will defend his comprehensive portfolio “Confessions of a Postpositivist Scholar” on Friday, July 26 at 2 p.m. in WH 147.The examination committee includes Susan Drake, Chair; Catherine Hands, Supervisor; Michael Savage, External Examiner; Vera Woloshyn, Committee Member; and Darren Stanley, Committee Member (University of Windsor).Master of Arts thesis defenceDawn Ryan a Master of Arts candidate in the Depart of Pyschology, will defend her thesist, titled “Stereotype-threat, explicit memory, and cortisol in older adults” on Monday, July 22 at 1 p.m. in PLZ 600FThe examination committee includes Dawn Zinga, Chair; Karen Campbell, Supervisor; Alexander Fiocco, External Examiner (Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Ryerson University); Michael Busseri, Graduate Program Director; and Cheryl McCormick and Stephen Emrich, Committee Members.Master of Science thesis defencesBenjamin Earp-Lynch, a Master of Science candidate in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, will defend his thesis, titled “Linear Forms in Logarithms and Fibonacci Numbers” on Tuesday, July 23 at 1 p.m. in MCH 313.The examination committee includes Cheryl McCormick, Chair; Omar Kihel, Supervisor; Beatrice Ombuki-Berman, External Examiner (Brock University); and William Ralph and Hichem Ben-El-Mechaiekh, Committee Members.Simon Earp-Lynch, a Master of Science candidate in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, will defend his thesis, titled “Diophantine Triples and Linear Forms in Logarithms” on Monday, July 22 at 1 p.m. in MCH 313.The examination committee includes Miriam Richards, Chair; Omar Kihel, Supervisor, Claude Levesque, External Examiner (Laval University); and William Ralph and Hichem Ben-El-Mechaiekh, Committee Members.
Oct 31st 2016, 8:51 AM The 9 at 9: Monday Here’s everything you need to know as you start your Bank Holiday Monday. 10,925 Views 2 Comments Image: Shutterstock/Liliya Kandrashevich Monday 31 Oct 2016, 8:51 AM http://jrnl.ie/3055242 By Cormac Fitzgerald EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you wake up.1. #MÍ-SHÁSTA: Irish language organisations are unhappy with Minister for Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht Affairs Heather Humphreys for declining to meet with them in an official capacity.2. #ROBBERY: Gardaí are investigating after two men held up a supermarket with hammers on Saturday night.3. #DISPUTE: The Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) has accused the Government of circulating misinformation into the public as talks continued to try to avoid strike action next month.4. #ORKAMBI: A person living with cystic fibrosis (CF) has called for the the drug Orkambi to be made available for others with the disease.5. #SOLITARY: One of the killers of Tallaght teenager Melanie McCarthy McNamara will spend his sentence in solitary confinement as prison guards think his life is at risk.6. #RCSI: The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has called for children to visit the dentist for the first time much earlier than they have been.7. #EMAILS: The dispute around Hillary Clinton’s email investigation is escalating as Democratic officials accuse the director of the FBI of potentially breaking the law. (via The Guardian).8. #ITALY: Thousands of people in Italy have spent nights in tents and cars following the fourth earthquake in the area since August, RTÉ reports.9. #HELLFIRE CLUB: We were invited to explore the first archaeological dig into a passage tomb on Montpelier Hill. Share Tweet Email Image: Shutterstock/Liliya Kandrashevich Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
BELLINGHAM — Seven men have been pleaded not guilty to accusations stemming from “Net Nanny,” a Washington State Patrol sting operation that targets people going online to solicit sexual contact from minors.The Bellingham Herald reports the men entered their pleas Friday in Whatcom County and another 13 men are scheduled to be arraigned Dec. 29.Undercover detectives posted or responded to Craigslist ads online advertising for meet-ups. Once the men responded, the detectives would either pose as young teenagers, or as parents offering their young children for sexual contact.Probable cause statements for those arrested detailed graphic sexual conversations between the men and undercover detectives. The men were arrested after showing up to an address supplied by detectives.It was the 10th sting the State Patrol has conducted. A similar operation in the Tri-Cities last summer resulted in 26 arrests.
WILMINGTON, MA — The following THREE children were baptized at St. Thomas on Sunday, July 1, 2018:Luca Christopher DerianHarrison Ryan DowningLily Kennedi RhodesCongratulations to these children and their families.(NOTE: List is from the latest St. Thomas/St. Dorothy church bulletin. The cover photo is from Jamie Boudreau of Airgoz Aerial Photography.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related2 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”2 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”4 Children Baptized At The Parish Of The TransfigurationIn “Community”
Fifty nine-year-old Benita Lozano wants to keep her 37-year-old mobile home warm, so last summer she applied for Anchorage’s Weatherization program through RurAL CAP. The state’s weatherization program began in 1978, during the energy crisis, and continues to help families deal with ever-rising energy costs. RurAL CAP replaced her aging furnace and sealed the areas around her windows, doors, and other places that could leak. And though Lozano was happy, she wanted to make sure the house was air-tight. She taped extra strips of foam to the bottom of her doors to seal the tiniest gap.Download AudioBenita Lozano shows off her new heater. Hillman/KSKA“You have a gap in here,” she said pointing to the sliver of space at the bottom of her door. “Did you see this? This is just like the car wiper,” she said pointing to the two inch wide foam strip. “It’s gonna be warm. Because when you close it, it’s gonna close.”Lozano’s trailer was one of the 375 low-income homes RurAL CAP weatherized in Anchorage this year. That includes houses, trailers, and even apartments. The program focus on seniors, disabled people, and families. Program manager John Simpson said they spend on average $6,000 – $8,000 per unit to make improvements. The average project reduces energy usage by 20 to 30 percent. One of the most common upgrades is air sealing.“If you have a loose window, door, attic hatch, etc, you have your good warm air escaping out and heating up Alaska for us. That’s a bad thing.”But 10 to 15 percent of the cost goes towards state-mandated safety improvements, like installing smoke alarms and ventilation systems.“Some folks don’t realize it but water, moisture from your breath, from your cooking, from your aquariums from your plants, can cause negative effects on your home if you don’t properly ventilate,” Simpson explained.He added that sealing up ducts can also prevent contaminated air from being pulled into the house.One of those systems was installed in Lozano’s trailer. She enthusiastically pointed to a label in the bathroom which read “Whole Building Ventilation Control.”“This is first time that I have in my house.”A few moments later a fan controlled by a sensor automatically turned on, pulling moisture and contaminants out of the air.“I really like it,” she said.Lozano has lived in her three-bedroom home since 2009. She says it used to be filled with dust and cobwebs.“You see if you move this…” and she banged a roll of toilet paper down on the counter. “You should have dust burst out. But no, you have no dust. That’s why I really believe this is work[ing].”As her new furnace flipped on, Lozano said she loves the program. “It’s not leaking. Can you see here? It’s warm. And also there are no cobwebs.”Warm air gushes up from the vents, and Lozano settles into her chair at her kitchen table.
This is the first plot showing the predicted bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry (in percentage) plotted against the energy (in GeV units) of the bottom quark-antiquark pair produced in the proton-antiproton collision at the Tevatron. Orange is the prediction of the Standard Model. The other colors correspond to predictions from proposed extensions of the Standard Model that add a new particle called an “axigluon,” which was proposed to explain the anomaly in the observed top-quark forward-backward asymmetry. The different colors correspond to different parameters assumed for the axigluon (the parameters are the mass of the axigluon, MG, and the strength of the interaction of the axigluon with the top quark, g). The blue plot deviates strongly from the orange, so experiments should be able to tell the difference. The other colors do not deviate that much from the orange, so more work or a different method would be needed if the axigluon has parameters like those (but the blue line is for parameters that best explain the top-quark case). Credit: Grinstein and Murphy. ©2013 American Physical Society (Phys.org) —While scientists have become increasingly convinced that the Standard Model of particle physics is incomplete, it’s still unclear exactly how the Standard Model needs to be extended. Experiments have shown that the Standard Model cannot explain certain top quark observations, but a variety of extensions of the Standard Model have been proposed to explain them, and it’s unclear which extension is correct. In a new paper published in Physical Review Letters, physicists Benjamín Grinstein and Christopher W. Murphy at the University of California, San Diego, have explained how upcoming data on the bottom quark can be used to distinguish between competing new physics explanations of unexpected top quark data. Journal information: Physical Review Letters © 2013 Phys.org. All rights reserved. If new physics is involved, as the physicists expect, then the bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry might be larger than predicted by the Standard Model, or the asymmetry may even be reversed. “The Standard Model of electroweak and strong interactions predicts a very small bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry at the Tevatron, of the order of a few percent,” Grinstein said. “What we have shown in our work is that new physics can change this number dramatically. One of the interesting features we discovered is that when the energy of the b-quark and b-antiquark sum to the rest energy of the Z-boson (one of the particles responsible for weak interactions), the asymmetry is enhanced. We furthermore showed that, at this particular energy, the effects of new physics can be greatly amplified. For example, in one popular class of models the sign of the asymmetry is reversed, relative to that predicted by the Standard Model, in the energy region corresponding to the Z-boson’s rest energy.”The plots in the physicists’ paper tell a more detailed story of the possibilities for new physics. The two plots included here show the predicted bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry (in percentage) plotted against the energy (in GeV units) of the bottom quark-antiquark pair produced in the proton-antiproton collision at the Tevatron. In both plots, the orange line represents the Standard Model prediction, while the other colors correspond to predictions from proposed extensions of the Standard Model. The plots are not continuous, but instead they are bar graphs in which the quark pairs of energies in given “bins” are collected together. The black vertical bars indicate what the CDF experiment at Fermilab predicts as its sensitivity, meaning they will be able to distinguish between colored lines that are separated by more than the size of the black bar. Explore further “There has been much excitement the last couple of years precipitated by reports by the two experimental collaborations working at the Tevatron (at Fermilab, outside Chicago) that a much larger-than-expected top-quark forward-backward asymmetry is seen,” Grinstein told Phys.org. “Several models have been proposed to explain this unexpected result. Our paper suggests a way to distinguish among the various models that have been proposed, since these models give very different bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetries. When a sufficiently precise measurement of the bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry is performed, we will be able to narrow down significantly the new physics that the Tevatron experiments seem to have uncovered.”But perhaps more importantly, observations of the bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry in disagreement with expectations from the Standard Model, when put together with the top-quark forward-backward asymmetry, would demonstrate fairly conclusively that there is new physics in the form of new particles and interactions not included in the Standard Model, and would point the way toward its direct experimental confirmation. So, as you can see, this would go to the heart of the question in particle physics.”As the physicists explain, a quark’s forward-backward asymmetry refers to the likelihood that the quark is moving in the forward or backward direction after it is produced in a proton-antiproton collision.”The Tevatron is a large circular particle accelerator in which protons and antiprotons travel in opposite directions,” Murphy said. “The direction of travel of a proton at the point it collides with an antiproton is called the ‘forward’ direction. Often a b-quark and an anti-b-quark are produced as a result of the proton-antiproton collision. There are several ways to define a ‘bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry,’ but they all are a measure of how more (or less) likely it is for the produced b-quark to be moving preferentially in the forward direction. For example, one may count the number of collisions with a forward-moving b-quark, subtract the number of collisions with a backwards-moving b-quark, and divide this by the total number of collisions that produce b-quarks. It should be noted that the asymmetry is not just a single number because it can be determined for various values of the energies of the produced b-quarks. So in fact the asymmetry is a function of the energy of the b-quarks.” This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: Quark asymmetries hint at physics beyond the Standard Model (2013, August 26) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2013-08-quark-asymmetries-hint-physics-standard.html More information: Benjamín Grinstein and Christopher W. Murphy. “Bottom-Quark Forward-Backward Asymmetry in the Standard Model and Beyond.” PRL 111, 062003 (2013). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.111.062003 Discovery of rare decay narrows space for new physics This is the second plot showing the predicted bottom-quark forward-backward asymmetry (in percentage) plotted against the energy (in GeV units) of the bottom quark-antiquark pair produced in the proton-antiproton collision at the Tevatron. Again, orange is the prediction of the Standard Model. Now the other colors are for a model of “scalar weak doublets.” The particles in this model are also characterized by two parameters: a mass and an interaction strength. Interestingly, on the bin that includes the Z-boson, the sign of the asymmetry is reversed for the scalar weak doublets model. The effect is large enough that the experiment should easily distinguish the new physics, if present. Credit: Grinstein and Murphy. ©2013 American Physical Society
2 min read June 25, 2019 Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. Convenience store chain 7-Eleven really wants you to use its 7NOW smartphone app to buy some snacks or groceries and have them delivered. So much so that those deliveries can now be made to public locations that don’t have a traditional address.If you’re sitting in a park, on a beach, at a sports field, or some other public entertainment venue in the US, chances are good 7-Eleven will now deliver to you. The store chain has setup thousands of 7NOW Pins, which cover the most popular public destinations and allow you to get a Slurpee or a Big Gulp delivered to them within 30 minutes.Gurmeet Singh, 7-Eleven chief digital, information and marketing officer, explained, “Our mission is to redefine convenience by becoming a customer obsessed, digitally enabled company … 7NOW Pins makes convenience more convenient, by keeping customers in the moment, whether at a game, in the park or enjoying the sun on the beach. Our customers asked for it and we are delivering!”To entice you to try the app, the first three deliveries are completely free as long as you place your trio of orders within the first 30 days of signing up. Over 3,000 items can be delivered including the chain’s famous drinks, pizza, ice cream, mobile gadgets, and even alcohol depending on your location and age. In total, 27 metro areas are covered including Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Colorado Springs, Dallas, Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa, Virginia Beach and Washington DC.If you’d like to give the public delivery service a go, or just want the app a tap away for a hot summer’s day in the park, it’s available for iOS and Android devices. Just be aware that ordering pizza and beer while watching a game or relaxing on a hot beach is likely to be far too convenient and enjoyable to do just once. This story originally appeared on PCMag Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Listen Now
Share in Commentary, Daily Dose, Featured, News, Origination Bank of America HELOC Home HOUSING Lenders loan mortgage Refinance second home Vacation Home 2019-01-14 Radhika Ojha Families frequently start the New Year by planning out their short- and long-term goals. The winter season often reminds them of their dream of buying a vacation home to visit on weekends and holidays or as a place to retire or pass on to their children. While a vacation home is certainly a luxury, there are benefits to purchasing one and ways to make the dream of buying a second home a reality. Buying a vacation home is a big decision that is motivated by life situations like pursuing a retired lifestyle and building new memories with extended family. But before that, one of the most important considerations for the buyer is how to balance this major purchase with the household’s overall financial situation by assessing how much should they borrow without putting the rest of their financial plans on hold.The First StepsAs experienced professionals, you can help vacation homebuyers determine whether they can afford to take on a second home mortgage. Do they have a stable income and a cash reserve? Generally, lenders want a borrower’s debt (including the potential new mortgage) to represent no more than 36 percent of his/her monthly pre-tax income. Also, help clients anticipate expenses beyond a monthly mortgage, like furniture, maintenance, utilities, insurance, property taxes, and property management fees. Work with a lender who can explain loan options to fit your clients’ finances and their lifestyle, ensuring that they can handle the costs of an additional property. Before they start looking at properties, vacation homebuyers can also be prequalified or preapproved for a loan. For example, if they are a Bank of America client, they may be eligible for a reduction in their mortgage origination fee based on their eligible balances at the time of their application.Borrowing OptionsBorrowers will find that available interest rates frequently decline as their down payment increases, so a larger down payment will result in a lower monthly payment. Loans available for vacation homes tend to be more conservative than those for primary residences, and borrowers may need a down payment of 20 percent or more. Another option is to tap the equity in a primary residence to buy a second home, either using a home equity line of credit (HELOC) or a cash-out refinance. Buyers can opt to take out a HELOC on their primary home and use those funds for a down payment to purchase a vacation home. Make sure you help clients understand both the benefits and potential risks since borrowing against the home isn’t necessarily right for everyone and every situation. It’s important for them to know that with a HELOC, they’re borrowing against the available equity in their home and their primary residence is used as collateral for the line of credit. Explaining the BenefitsOwning a second home can bring potential tax benefits depending on the type of property purchased and how it is used. A second home for vacations is different from an investment property that is purchased to generate income. That difference can affect a buyer’s finances, including the taxes owed on the property and the type of insurance coverage needed. Refer your clients to a tax professional for guidance on how a second home purchase could affect their tax obligations.Many vacation homebuyers may have had the experience of buying a home on multiple occasions, however, keep in mind, it may be the first time for some who are buying a second home. Thus, there will be clients who may find the vacation homebuying process complicated. Help them make an informed and confident decision by partnering with a lender who can help them consider their goals, analyze their finances and explain their mortgage options. January 14, 2019 1,126 Views A Home for the Holidays
Go back to the e-newsletterTravel agents gathered last week to attend Treasures of the South Pacific, a series of events designed to educate and inspire Australian travel agents about the variety of tourism product and experiences available across the South Pacific.The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) and Pacific Trade Invest, Australia sponsored the events, hosting over 70 travel agents in Melbourne on Tuesday 17 April, and 29 travel agents in Hobart the following evening. Events followed in both Brisbane and Maroochydore.Agents were inspired by the culture, nature, creativity and adventurous spirit that the South Pacific has to offer as they gained knowledge and insights from tourism office representatives including the Cook Islands, Fiji, Norfolk Island, Vanuatu, Samoa, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Solomon Islands and the Hidden Treasures of the Pacific.Julie O’Grady from Exclusively Cruising and Lucy White from Helloworld were the lucky winners of an all-inclusive position on the next fabulous Matai Mega Famil to Fiji, courtesy of Tourism Fiji.The other major prize winners were Janelle Caston from Flight Centre CBD Business Travel, Connie Sottile from Dream Travel Experts in Cranbourne, Emma Warn from Flight Centre Kingston and Stacey Daley from Helloworld Hobart – all of whom won sensational holidays to the Cook Islands, thanks to Cook Islands Tourism.Travel agents can also sign up and complete the South Pacific Tourism Organisation online training platform to become a South Pacific specialist online.
Go back to the enewsletterThe UK’s Riviera Travel is eyeing a larger slice of the lucrative European river cruise sector out of Australia in response to sales growth for the company jumping by triple-digit figures in the first six months of 2018.In Sydney last week for the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia’s Cruise360 conference on 31 August, Riviera Travel’s International Sales & Marketing Manager, Thomas Morgan, said the company has tapped into Australia and other English-speaking foreign markets as the popularity of the low-cost, five-star cruise product takes off.Next year, Riviera will offer 327 sailings across 14 itineraries and will welcome two new ships to its fleet, named after famous British authors (like the rest of its ships), George Eliot and William Wordsworth.Previously sold exclusively to Brits, the “unbundled” pricing offered aboard Riviera’s fleet of a dozen ships is proving a hit, Morgan said, with fares priced “up to 50% lower than river companies more established in Australia”. The rise in interest has seen Riviera Travel launch a new Australian website priced in Aussie dollars. The portal features a new ‘wish list’ that enables potential customers to flag an itinerary of interest with their travel agent.In Australia, Riviera has distribution deals with Cruiseco and Cruise Traveller, with Morgan saying the England-based travel company have no intention of selling direct in the Australian market.“The great thing about both these companies is that they can put together flights for the customers and the transfers and create a complete package, making it a bit easier for them,” Morgan told LATTE.“We’re really trying to step up what we are doing over here. We wanted to use Australian companies because they know the local market. I think it’s quite easy for overseas companies to come here, thinking they know what is best for the market, but every market is different. They’ve all got slight quirks and tweaks. Cruise Traveller and Cruiseco are there to assist us, and assist the agent more than anything, and to make sure it is completely seamless from start to finish for their customer’s experience.”“Now we are really seeing improvements over here. Up on the first year’s figures, we’re already up 140% in the first six months over last year, and that is with a significant number of people that have decided to travel with us as well.”Morgan said Riviera’s price point is appealing to Aussies who may have been hesitant to take a European river cruise because of the cost.“Customers are realising that you don’t have to spend $10,000+ to have a great experience on a river cruise. We do things a little bit differently to all the other lines,” he said.“We offer a five-star product but with prices at the four-star end of the spectrum, with our costs comparable to the likes of Travelmarvel or Evergreen,” Morgan added.The Brit said word of mouth has driven growth in Australia.“We know that while people look at the price and see it as really good value, there’s always going to be that question: “What corner are they cutting?”. We know people are thinking that, but what we are proud of is the number of people that know who we are and know that we don’t cut corners, so they are interested in booking again.”“We work with Revu and over 97% of our customer say they would sail with us again. There’s always going to be that slight trepidation for people to book with us because we are new to market, and now people are coming back and giving positive feedback, that’s certainly one of the driving forces for our growth.”InclusionsSo what is it that Riviera is doing that is so different?“We don’t do all-inclusive,” Morgan said. “We don’t think all inclusive is good value for money.”It’s part of a formula that saw occupancy on its fleet operation at 98.7% in 2017.Instead, Riviera excludes tips/gratuities and drinks, and offers a city-highlight shore excursion rather than a variety of options from which guests must select one.“We include all the important things. All the excursions are included and all the food on board included, but when it comes to drinks they’ve got the option. We do a beer, wine and soft drinks package for lunch and dinner and that is $199 per person for 2019 for a week-long sailing, or they can pay as they go,” he said.“Not many of our customers want to drink three glasses of wine at lunch to get value for money, and then totter around doing an excursion afterwards. They’d rather have water on board, and then if they’re walking around Budapest, why not get a beer or wine in a café in the city as opposed to feeling like you have to sit on a ship and get all-inclusive on that. If we did include drinks, we’d probably have to charge something like $400 per person just to cover those people who sit at the bar and do get value for money.”TouringRiviera only offers one excursion option in each port. “Why offer three or four if you are going to Budapest for the first time, or Vienna? You couldn’t know which one you want if you’ve never been before,” Morgan explained.“We take you to all the major cities, you might get entry depending on where you are, we might take you into a cathedral. But you see all the major sites, get to take your photos and then we’ll give you quite a lot of free time in the afternoon as well to explore. And we’ve got a Riviera Cruise Director and Tour Manager on board – at least two on every sailing. That way you’ve got people to ask to give you advice and things like that.”The company also offers a ticketing service for on-shore activities, such as the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.“We can get customers the tickets at cost price – we’re not making any margin – so customers are provided tickets and they don’t have to queue and do the difficult bit.”Tips & GratuitiesWhen it comes to tips and gratuities, Riviera recommends 5 to 10 euros per person per day, but Morgan says if a customer doesn’t want to tip: “That’s fine. However, if a guest wants to tip someone directly because that particular person gave them good service, they can do. It just gives them the choice. That then means we are not then charging an extra $20 a day on top of the cruise price just to cover gratuities.”Riviera’s vessels accommodate either 140 or 167 passengers. The majority of cabins feature French Balconies, with the smaller ships’ standard cabins measuring 15 square metres and the larger 17 square metres. There are two restaurants on the larger ship, including a bistro.PricingMorgan said Riviera’s pricing structure meant there were no discounts, period. There also isn’t a loyalty scheme for frequent travellers.“We don’t do offers or we don’t do crazy deals or anything like that. So whether the customer books the day it comes out, in six months’ time, a year’s time or the day before it departs, they pay exactly the same price. We’ve never discounted one of our holidays in the company’s 34-year history and we’ve got no intention of ever changing that. So customers can book nice and early, safe in the knowledge they are not going to have someone undercut them further down the line.”Upgrade fares between cabin types are between $200 and $600 per person.Riviera also caters for the solo cruiser, offering supplement-free cabins on every cruise and four sailings in 2019 which are reserved exclusively for guests who like to travel alone.“We have four to six cabins on every single sailing with no single supplement on them. Customers aren’t being squeezed into broom cupboards under the stairs with a single bed. These are proper double cabins and there’s no single supplement on any single cabin whatsoever. Solo travellers can secure a Deluxe Balcony for around $3,500 and have it all to themselves. It’s really good value for money,” Morgan concluded.See rivieratravel.com.au.Go back to the enewsletter
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