Acknowledgement – Happy Holi http://happy-holi.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:24:58 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://happy-holi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-7-150x150.png Acknowledgement – Happy Holi http://happy-holi.com/ 32 32 Native American Community Members Discuss UC Davis Land Acknowledgment Statement https://happy-holi.com/native-american-community-members-discuss-uc-davis-land-acknowledgment-statement/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:02:27 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/native-american-community-members-discuss-uc-davis-land-acknowledgment-statement/ UC Davis was built on land that originally belonged to the Patwin people, and according to community members, the university’s land acknowledgment statement is just the beginning of repairs. By ANVI KALUCHA — features@theaggie.org Posters reminding students of the UC Davis Land Acknowledgment Statement are displayed throughout campus – in bathrooms, on bulletin boards, and […]]]>

UC Davis was built on land that originally belonged to the Patwin people, and according to community members, the university’s land acknowledgment statement is just the beginning of repairs.

By ANVI KALUCHA — features@theaggie.org

Posters reminding students of the UC Davis Land Acknowledgment Statement are displayed throughout campus – in bathrooms, on bulletin boards, and in many community spaces. The statementwhich was updated on March 23, opens at “We should take a moment to recognize the land on which we are gathered. For thousands of years, this land has been the home of the Patwin people.

The Patwins consist of three federally recognized tribes: Cachil DeHe Band of Wintun Indians of the Colusa Indian Community, Nation Kletsel Dehe Wintun and Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. The first ancestral remains found on campus were discovered in 1999 where the Mondavi Center for Performing Arts now stands.

Native American studies professor Juan Ávila Hernandez had close ties to Patwin Elder Bill Wright, who worked with UC Davis on land recognition as a representative of his tribe.

“In the meetings we would have, it’s really important that we take inspiration from him,” Ávila Hernandez said. “For me, it was always a very present idea or concept or feeling, you know, that we […] were doing something good.

When first created, the statement was groundbreaking, according to Melinda Adams, a graduate student in Native American studies.

“The university has reached out to create the Land Recognition Statement, which […] was quite impactful because at the time, we didn’t recognize the indigenous peoples or the ancestral lands that the university is occupied or located on,” Adams said. “So I would say at the time it was a forward movement in [making visible] Aboriginals, students, staff, faculty [and] community members in and around Davis.

The Land Acknowledgment was created to foster conversations surrounding the historical treatment of Native American tribes and to continue to make reparations. But according to Associate Professor of Native American Studies Justin Spence, this is just the beginning of the work needed to support Indigenous peoples.

“I think that was an important step to really make sure that […] The people of Patwin are not relegated to the mists of history,” Spence said. “They are part of the ongoing conversation about what UC Davis is, where UC Davis is and what the university’s responsibilities are and the kind of relationships and mutual commitments with native people on the lands on which the university is located. university was built.”

The lack of education about Native American communities extends to public schools, where Indigenous peoples have been unfairly represented, according to Spence, who seeks to close that gap by educating students and staff on campus.

“We’ve been doing a lot of work lately trying to create more opportunities for students, staff, faculty [and] anyone on campus to learn more about local Native American groups in Northern California, through things like lectures and course offerings, and to really have more opportunities for people to understand [the culture]”said Spence.

The struggle for representation and recognition of native tribes is far from over, according to Spence.

“I think the land recognition statement is a start,” Spence said. “It’s a good start, but it’s not the end of the story either. There need to be other conversations, perhaps at times difficult and uncomfortable, about what else the university can do to honor those commitments and responsibilities.

Native American students and allies looking for support can find many resources on campus. The Native American College Student Success Centerknown as Native Nest, has counselors and counselors available to students and hosts social events weekly in community spaces.

Written by: Anvi Kalucha — features@theaggie.org

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NatWest client angry after his account was frozen twice https://happy-holi.com/natwest-client-angry-after-his-account-was-frozen-twice/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 15:47:28 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/natwest-client-angry-after-his-account-was-frozen-twice/ A NatWest customer said she was “angry and confused” after the bank froze her personal account and business account, as well as her business partner’s personal account, without any explanation. She claimed it was the second time her accounts had been frozen without explanation in the space of two years. The client, who first contacted […]]]>

A NatWest customer said she was “angry and confused” after the bank froze her personal account and business account, as well as her business partner’s personal account, without any explanation.

She claimed it was the second time her accounts had been frozen without explanation in the space of two years.

The client, who first contacted FTAdviser two years ago during the first freeze, returned to FTAdviser a week after the accounts were frozen this time around.

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At the time, she said she had received no correspondence from the bank about it.

The client had also emailed the bank’s managing director, Alison Rose, with a complaint, but did not receive an acknowledgment before contacting FTAdviser.

Banks and building societies have the right under the law to freeze accounts without notice as they see fit, and they are not obligated to tell customers why they do so.

Most customers never know exactly why their account was flagged to the bank as suspicious.

In this case, the two clients are co-owners of a UK government licensed pharmaceutical wholesale business that supplies medicines and pharmaceuticals to the NHS.

The NatWest client said she believes the accounts were frozen after a client of their company reported her for fraud over a delayed delivery, despite sending their client written updates on her delivery , which FTAdviser has seen.

The NatWest client showed FTAdviser the confirmation that the delivery had taken place.

Freeze accounts

In 2020, our sister publication, the Financial Times, reported that an increase in fraud during the pandemic may have been a reason why banks started freezing accounts more and more.

Although no individual bank publishes statistics relating to frozen accounts, incidents appear to have increased during the pandemic according to Resolver, the free online tool for complaints and claims.

In 2020, the Financial Ombudsman Service estimated that it received around “50 complaints per week about account closures or suspensions”.

FTAdviser contacted NatWest last week to try to find out why the accounts were frozen, but the bank was unable to discuss the individual case.

A NatWest spokesperson said: “Like all regulated banking institutions in the UK, NatWest is subject to legal and regulatory requirements, and we treat compliance as a priority.

“This may mean that NatWest is required to delay or refuse to act on a client’s instructions, and to suspend or restrict a client’s accounts and services.”

Since FTAdviser contacted the bank, all of the client’s accounts, as well as her business partner’s account, have been unblocked, but they have not received any explanation as to why they were blocked.

When the client had her account frozen two years ago, it was also only unfrozen without explanation after FTAdviser contacted the bank.

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Kolkata Rowing Club receives heritage plaque https://happy-holi.com/kolkata-rowing-club-receives-heritage-plaque/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 20:32:11 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/kolkata-rowing-club-receives-heritage-plaque/ BY Team DeputyNovember 19, 2022 8:32 p.m. GMT Kolkata: The Calcutta Rowing Club (CRC), founded in 1858, received a heritage plaque from the Indian National Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage (Intach), Kolkata Chapter on Saturday. The CRC is a grade one heritage structure listed by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation. “We are celebrating World Heritage […]]]>

Kolkata: The Calcutta Rowing Club (CRC), founded in 1858, received a heritage plaque from the Indian National Trust for Art, Culture and Heritage (Intach), Kolkata Chapter on Saturday. The CRC is a grade one heritage structure listed by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation.

“We are celebrating World Heritage Week from today (Saturday) to raise awareness for heritage conservation and preservation. This club is the oldest rowing club in the east and so we are honored to congratulate the CRC with our plaque,” ​​said Intach managing director Kapur. .

The digging of the artificial lake began in 1924 and ended in 1928 when the CRC moved to its final destination.

“We have not made any changes to the structure of the club, although there have been some additions. It is indeed a privilege to gain this recognition for our heritage,” said club secretary Chandan Roy. Choudhury.

The club was founded by “the pioneers of rowing in Calcutta”, said LH Macklin who compiled “A Summary of the Records of the Calcutta Rowing Club 1858-1932”.

Records of its inauguration were swept away along with other club properties during the cyclone of 1864. The club was situated along the Hooghly River from 1858 to 1896.

Governors and viceroys served as presidents. The club’s first Indian president did not take over until 1978.

The unveiling of the plaque was followed by an ‘adda’ on football on the eve of the inauguration of the FIFA World Cup.

Intach has already unveiled a similar plaque at the Calcutta Club.

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South Australian Magistrate Simon Milazzo dismissed for sexual harassment https://happy-holi.com/south-australian-magistrate-simon-milazzo-dismissed-for-sexual-harassment/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 07:39:28 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/south-australian-magistrate-simon-milazzo-dismissed-for-sexual-harassment/ A South Australian magistrate has been removed from office for sexually harassing four women who worked with him. Key points: Magistrate Simon Milazzo has been charged with sexual and other misconduct against several women He was suspended from his post last year He was removed from his post A report from a judicial conduct committee […]]]>

A South Australian magistrate has been removed from office for sexually harassing four women who worked with him.

A report from a judicial conduct committee tabled in the state legislature today found he had engaged in inappropriate conduct with a sexual undertone regarding women for a number of years.

Attorney General Kyam Maher told the upper house of state parliament that Simon Milazzo was removed from office today after several inquiries.

Mr Milazzo, 68, has been suspended with pay since the allegations came to light last year.

Mr Maher said a panel including a former judge and a prominent doctor found his actions were not in line with his position and his removal was justified.

He said the women involved were all in a subordinate position to the magistrate at the time.

“From when the first complaint was filed to now, it was complex and long,” Maher said.

“I have no doubt that the process has been difficult for complainants and witnesses.

“Their courage and perseverance throughout this process deserves recognition.”

Chief Magistrate Mary-Louise Hribal said she was “very sorry” that the women “have been wronged by the conduct of a magistrate of this court”.

“Although I haven’t met all of the victims yet, I would love to listen and learn from what they have to say, should they wish to talk to me,” she said.

Chief Justice Chris Kourakis said: “Bullying, harassment, discrimination or victimization of any kind cannot be tolerated.”

Complaints detailed in the report

The first woman whose complaint is detailed in the report said Mr Milazzo made remarks that she was a lesbian and should be with a man.

Another woman said Mr Milazzo approached her from behind and told her to “confess your sins to me”.

He also asked if his partner could “satisfy” her despite her large size.

A third woman said Mr Milazzo sat on her “knee and thigh and touched her left shoulder and neck as if to massage it”.

An IT support worker said Mr Milazzo wanted her to come to his house, while a cleaner said Mr Milazzo “shone it” and would comment on her boobs.

The panel said the behavior was “not in line with the magistrate’s duty to uphold the status and reputation of the judiciary”.

“This is precisely the type of conduct that a reasonable and impartial member of the public would perceive as likely to diminish public trust and respect for the judicial office,” he said.

He said Mr Milazzo “expressed no sincere remorse regarding the three most serious allegations and in fact categorically denied any improper conduct in the form of sexual harassment with respect to any of these witnesses”.

He said his withdrawal was justified.

Mr Milazzo was diagnosed with autism after being suspended, but the panel decided that did not lessen his level of responsibility.

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Football Queensland Vice-Chair Paula Robinson appointed General Counsel for Brisbane 2032 Olympics and Paralympics https://happy-holi.com/football-queensland-vice-chair-paula-robinson-appointed-general-counsel-for-brisbane-2032-olympics-and-paralympics/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 07:34:53 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/football-queensland-vice-chair-paula-robinson-appointed-general-counsel-for-brisbane-2032-olympics-and-paralympics/ Football Queensland is delighted to recognize the appointment of QF Vice-Chairman Paula Robinson as General Counsel and Company Secretary for the 2032 Olympics and Paralympics. Paula brings a wealth of expertise to the Brisbane 2032 team, having worked as a key advisor to the Queensland Government on the bid to secure the rights to host […]]]>

Football Queensland is delighted to recognize the appointment of QF Vice-Chairman Paula Robinson as General Counsel and Company Secretary for the 2032 Olympics and Paralympics.

Paula brings a wealth of expertise to the Brisbane 2032 team, having worked as a key advisor to the Queensland Government on the bid to secure the rights to host the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

“On behalf of Football Queensland, I am delighted to congratulate Paula on her appointment as General Counsel for Brisbane 2032,” said FQ Chairman Ben Richardson.

“Paula’s appointment is a fitting recognition of her outstanding achievements within the sports industry, including leading the legal and brand protection functions for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and Sydney 2018 Invictus Games. during his tenure as a partner of MinterEllison.

“It’s wonderful to have an experienced person of Paula’s caliber contributing to our game here in Australia in her role as Vice-Chairman of Football Queensland, and we look forward to supporting her in this exciting new endeavour.”

In addition to her role with Football Queensland, Paula is also President of the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) and Chair of Tennis Australia’s National Gender Equality Task Force.

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Peacekeepers saluted with new cenotaph plaque in Innisfail https://happy-holi.com/peacekeepers-saluted-with-new-cenotaph-plaque-in-innisfail/ Sat, 12 Nov 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/peacekeepers-saluted-with-new-cenotaph-plaque-in-innisfail/ Installation on Innisfail Cenotaph also honors veterans of Afghanistan deployment INNISFAIL – The plaque on the downtown cenotaph on Main Street that honors the ultimate sacrifice of veterans of both World Wars and Korea now has company. The long-standing plaque is now joined by a second that honors United Nations peacekeepers and veterans of Canada’s […]]]>

Installation on Innisfail Cenotaph also honors veterans of Afghanistan deployment

INNISFAIL – The plaque on the downtown cenotaph on Main Street that honors the ultimate sacrifice of veterans of both World Wars and Korea now has company.

The long-standing plaque is now joined by a second that honors United Nations peacekeepers and veterans of Canada’s campaign in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2014.

The new second plaque was installed at the Cenotaph on October 30.

The new plaque initiative has been spearheaded by Doug Holsworth, executive member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #104 in Innisfail for the past four years.

He is also a veteran who served in the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry of the Canadian Army and served as a United Nations peacekeeper in Cyprus in 1988.

He said it was about two years ago that he realized that “something” was missing on the Cenotaph, and that more needed to be added following recent conflicts where Canada experienced war deaths.

It was then decided by the members of the local executive to go ahead.

“I took it on myself, and it wasn’t much to do. It was just a matter of coming up with a design and finding the funding,” said Holsworth, adding that funding from the organization’s Poppy Fund was ultimately approved by Dominion Command at the Royal Canadian Legion’s National Headquarters.

He also noted that local branch members Richard Black and Lester Nickel were instrumental in securing the funds through Alberta/NWT Command.

“We had to get special permission to do this because poppy funds don’t necessarily always cover the cenotaph,” Holsworth said. “But in this case, Dominion Command let us use the Poppy Fund to do it. So he was fully paid for by donations from the Poppy Fund.

The Innisfail branch then received nearly $2,000 to create the new cenotaph plaque.

Since October 30, many locals have noticed the new plaque and welcomed it. However, one veteran noticed that “something” was still missing.

Michael Barclay is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron. He was deployed to Kosovo in 1999 for six months and to Bosnia in 2003 and 2004 for four months.

Both times he served as a NATO peacekeeper during Operation Kinetic in Kosovo and Operation Palladium in Bosnia.

“By oversight, they forgot to add NATO peacekeepers killed in the line of duty on this new plaque,” said Barclay, who joined the military in 1988 and retired in 2010 with the rank of Master Corporal (MCpl). “I have informed the Innisfail Legion about this and hope it will be rectified in the near future.”

Don Harrison, the Innisfail branch manager, said he had spoken with Legion members about Barclay’s concern, and it was agreed the problem was a “pretty simple fix”; whoever looks “nice”.

“It was a bit of an oversight, and we’re going to fix it, and we’re going to move on,” Harrison said, adding that the fix likely won’t be ready for this year’s Memorial Day ceremony.

“We’re going to get our hands on the plate company and we’ll do everything we can to make it look professional and very nicely recognized by NATO peacekeepers.”

The most recent records available show that 10 Canadian NATO peacekeepers lost their lives while serving in the Balkans.

Their service, along with United Nations peacekeepers, is now honored with commemorative memorial stones at Camp Black Bear, the main Canadian camp in Velika Kladusa, Bosnia.

Canadians who died from NATO missions are:

• Pte. C. Holopina, July 4, 1996

• Cap. RD Vialette, July 21, 1997

• MCpl TS McCrea, 25 March 1998

• Cpl J. Ogilvie, August 30, 1998

• Spr. G. Desmarais, August 25, 1999

• Sergeant. H. Jerry Squires, August 25, 1999

• Sgt V. Joubert, December 13, 1999

• Cap. Robert T. Pollard, September 28, 2000

• Ch. Gerald K. Bailey, October 27, 2000

• Cap. Jamie Dennis Vermeulen, July 6, 2003

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Oak Parker draws attention to gender issues https://happy-holi.com/oak-parker-draws-attention-to-gender-issues/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 17:14:59 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/oak-parker-draws-attention-to-gender-issues/ Editor’s Note: This story contains references to suicide, depression, and sexual violence. Gender education is at the heart of this month of November for Aaron McManus, who worked with two local organizations to raise awareness of the importance of living your authentic self and empowering others to do the same. “The takeaway here has to […]]]>

Editor’s Note: This story contains references to suicide, depression, and sexual violence.

Gender education is at the heart of this month of November for Aaron McManus, who worked with two local organizations to raise awareness of the importance of living your authentic self and empowering others to do the same.

“The takeaway here has to be that forcing gender on people in any way is detrimental,” McManus said.

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Kyiv troops are preparing for a bloody fight for Kherson https://happy-holi.com/kyiv-troops-are-preparing-for-a-bloody-fight-for-kherson/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 11:56:39 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/kyiv-troops-are-preparing-for-a-bloody-fight-for-kherson/ STRUGGLE * Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that civilians in the region should be evacuated from the conflict zone, his first acknowledgment of a deteriorating situation in a bitterly contested area he claims to have annexed. * Ukrainian forces using seized weapons fired at Russian targets near the eastern town of Bakhmut in […]]]>

STRUGGLE

* Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that civilians in the region should be evacuated from the conflict zone, his first acknowledgment of a deteriorating situation in a bitterly contested area he claims to have annexed.

* Ukrainian forces using seized weapons fired at Russian targets near the eastern town of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region, as fighting raged in an area Moscow is scrambling to capture.

* Iran admitted for the first time on Saturday that it supplied drones to Russia, but said they were sent before the invasion of Ukraine in February. Kyiv says Iranian drones have been used to attack a range of power plants and civilian infrastructure.

DIPLOMACY

* The United States on Friday announced $400 million in additional military aid to Ukraine, including the refurbishment of 45 T-72 tanks and missiles for HAWK air defense systems for Kyiv.

* Chinese President Xi Jinping and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz have condemned threats to use atomic weapons in Ukraine, with Scholz warning that Russia risks “crossing a line” in the international community by using nuclear force.

* The foreign ministers of the economic powers of the Group of Seven (G7) said that any use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons by Russia would have serious consequences, renewing their call on Moscow to end the war in Ukraine.

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Russia says it will renew its participation in the agreement to allow Ukraine to export grain via the Black Sea https://happy-holi.com/russia-says-it-will-renew-its-participation-in-the-agreement-to-allow-ukraine-to-export-grain-via-the-black-sea/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 11:19:13 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/russia-says-it-will-renew-its-participation-in-the-agreement-to-allow-ukraine-to-export-grain-via-the-black-sea/ Russia announced on Wednesday it would renew its participation in a deal allowing Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea, just four days after suspending its role in the deal. Moscow pulled out over the weekend, saying it could not guarantee the safety of civilian ships crossing the Black Sea due to a drone […]]]>

Russia announced on Wednesday it would renew its participation in a deal allowing Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea, just four days after suspending its role in the deal.

Moscow pulled out over the weekend, saying it could not guarantee the safety of civilian ships crossing the Black Sea due to a drone attack on its fleet there.

“The Russian Federation considers that the guarantees received so far seem sufficient and is resuming the implementation of the agreement,” the defense ministry said in a statement.

The reversal followed a phone call between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday, and repeated conversations between their defense ministers.

The ministry said that thanks to the involvement of the United Nations and Turkey, it had been possible to obtain written guarantees from Ukraine that it would not use the humanitarian corridor and Ukrainian ports for carrying out operations. military against Russia.

The statement represented a reversal from Moscow, which had previously said it would be risky and unacceptable for ships to continue to navigate the humanitarian corridor set up under a deal brokered by Turkey and the UN in July.

Despite the Russian decision, ships continued to export Ukrainian grain and a record volume was transported on Monday.

Russian political analyst Tatiana Stanovaya said Wednesday’s announcement represented an acknowledgment by Putin that he could not block shipments.

“The Kremlin itself simply fell into a trap it couldn’t get out of,” she said.

“We had to retreat and put on a good show (not very successfully) in the face of a bad game. In other words, Putin, no matter how concerned he is about Ukraine, his historic mission and his belief that he is right, remains a moderately rational politician who knows how to retreat if necessary.

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Cadent-Catalina Partnership Wins AdExchanger Award for Best Data-Driven TV Campaign for Applegate https://happy-holi.com/cadent-catalina-partnership-wins-adexchanger-award-for-best-data-driven-tv-campaign-for-applegate/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://happy-holi.com/cadent-catalina-partnership-wins-adexchanger-award-for-best-data-driven-tv-campaign-for-applegate/ A Finely Targeted, Highly Measurable CTV and Omni In-Store Campaign Delivers Impressive Results NEW YORK and ST. PETERSBURG, Florida., October 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Catalina, a leader in customer intelligence, and Cadent, the largest independent advanced TV advertising platform, have been jointly recognized for their work with shared client Applegate as winners of the 2022 […]]]>

A Finely Targeted, Highly Measurable CTV and Omni In-Store Campaign Delivers Impressive Results

NEW YORK and ST. PETERSBURG, Florida., October 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Catalina, a leader in customer intelligence, and Cadent, the largest independent advanced TV advertising platform, have been jointly recognized for their work with shared client Applegate as winners of the 2022 AdExchanger Awards “Best Data-Driven TV Campaign.” The AdExchanger Awards celebrate excellence in digital marketing and advertising. The winners were announced at the AdExchanger Awards Gala held during AdExchanger’s Programmatic I/O Conference on October 17 At New York.

In the photo, from l. to d. : Jes Santoro, Cadent’s executive vice president of advanced television and video, and Andrew Horlick, vice president of advertising solutions; and Catalina USA Chief Revenue Officer Stacey Hawes and Vice President, Omnichannel Media Solutions Jessica Lan celebrating the 2022 AdExchanger Award for Best Data-Driven TV Campaign for Applegate.

Cadent & Catalina executed an innovative strategic program for Applegate that charts new territory in the CTV space.

Together, Catalina and Cadent created an unparalleled solution for Applegate, which sought performance and accountability from its television advertising budget. Catalina and Cadent planned and executed a targeted and measurable connected television (CTV) campaign designed to effectively attract new Applegate testers to its diverse portfolio of natural and organic meats, re-engage stale shoppers, and encourage cross-category purchases spanning the family growth of the business. brands. This personalized sequential omnichannel campaign delivered targeted household-level CTV ads to 4.2 million existing and new shoppers, optimizing performance based on real-time shopping behavior. This approach to in-store offers ultimately resulted in a 25% increase in sales.

“As this award attests, the Cadent and Catalina teams have forged an innovative strategic partnership that is charting new territory in the CTV space,” said Catalina’s chief commercial officer. Kevin Hunter. “There is a huge opportunity for CPG brands to capitalize on the growing importance of CTV advertising, which industry sources predict is expected to account for nearly $39 billion in media spending by the end of 2026.”

Catalina has worked to meet this demand, leveraging its rich, real-time buyer insights platform to create a comprehensive portfolio of audience, data, media and measurement solutions across TV. , in-store, digital, out-of-home/placed-media and radio channels that have transformed the way CPG advertisers optimize campaigns, drive sales and grow market share.

“When we announced our strategic partnership with Catalina in 2020, we were excited about the potential to tie TV and digital campaigns to in-store purchases, which would improve real-time media optimization while measuring the effectiveness of campaign. We are thrilled to work with Applegate, who have not only understood but embraced the power of CTV and in-store channels to deliver truly responsive advertising and measurable results,” said Mari TangrediSVP, Partnerships at Cadent.

The partnership with Cadent is a significant catalyst in Catalina’s quest to expand its responsive marketing offering to include Advanced TV Servicesrecognizing how its broad targeting, activation and measurement capabilities could benefit CPG brands seeking to turn buyers into buyers in an increasingly digital TV environment.

“We are extremely grateful to our Applegate partner customers for joining us as pioneers in the field. This AdExchanger award is a rewarding recognition of the incredible pivotal mindset and action that Catalina has transformed into new areas that drive real value for our customers in TV and many other media advertising channels,” added Hunter.

About the Cadent-Catalina partnership

Catalina provides superior buyer insights based on deterministic data for direct audience targeting and measurement. Cadent excels at targeting the right consumers across all TV screens and devices to drive measurable results at scale, enabling audience activation through the Cadent Aperture Platform. Together, Catalina and Cadent link purchase-based insights to viewing behaviors in 100 million anonymized shopper households with 400 million active devices and 300 million real-time home IP addresses.

To learn more about this winning campaign for Applegate, contact Results@Catalina.com.

About Catalina

Catalina is a leader in shopper intelligence and highly targeted in-store, TV, radio, podcast and digital media that personalize the buyer’s journey. Powered by the world’s richest real-time buyer database, Catalina helps retailers, CPG brands and agencies optimize every step of media planning, execution and measurement to deliver $6.1 billion in consumer value annually. Catalina has no higher priority than ensuring the privacy and security of data entrusted to the company and maintaining consumer trust. Catalina operates in United States, Costa Rica, Europe and Japan. To learn more, visit www.catalina.com or @Catalina on Twitter.

About Cadent

Cadent powers the evolution of TV brand advertising. We provide marketers, agencies, operators and media owners with data-driven solutions to buy and sell TV advertising. By connecting brands to opportunities across national inventory sources (cable, broadcast and OTT), our technology improves efficiency and increases results for linear, addressable and multi-screen campaigns. For more information, visit cadet.tv or follow @CadentTV.

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