Appel à candidatures pour les 21e International Business Awards® annuels

Nouvelles catégories de prix pour les solutions technologiques pour l’intelligence artificielle

FAIRFAX, Virginie, 26 févr. 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Les Stevie® Awards acceptent désormais les nominations pour les 21e International Business Awards® annuels, le plus important concours de récompenses d’entreprises au monde qui attire chaque année des nominations d’organisations dans plus de 70 nations et territoires.

Toutes les personnes et organisations du monde entier, qu’elles soient publiques ou privées, à but lucratif ou non, grandes ou petites, peuvent soumettre des candidatures aux International Business Awards. La date limite d’inscription anticipée, avec des frais d’inscription réduits, est fixée au 10 avril. La date limite d’inscription est fixée au 8 mai, mais les inscriptions tardives seront acceptées jusqu’au 12 juin, moyennant le paiement d’une taxe de retard. Les modalités d’inscription sont disponibles à l’adresse suivante : www.StevieAwards.com/IBA.

Des jurys composés de plus de 150 dirigeants du monde entier détermineront les lauréats des prix Stevie or, argent et bronze. Les lauréats seront annoncés le 14 août et célébrés à l’occasion d’un banquet de gala en Europe en octobre (date et lieu à confirmer).

Les International Business Awards récompensent les réalisations dans tous les domaines du travail. Les catégories sont :

Les International Business Awards 2024 comportent de nombreuses nouveautés et modifications :

  • Il y a une variété de nouvelles catégories de solutions technologiques pour les solutions d’intelligence artificielle et d’apprentissage automatique, divisées en sous-catégories pour les solutions financières, productives (audio, graphique, texte, vidéo), de santé et autres. Il existe d’autres nouvelles catégories technologiques pour la cybersécurité, la gestion des biens numériques, l’expérience numérique des employés et les centres de connaissances/sites d’aide.
  • Il existe plusieurs nouvelles catégories d’événements pour les causes et les événements verts, y compris l’expérience RSE, le don et le bénévolat des employés, les événements inclusifs et d’autres expériences/événements de marque par type, notamment l’expérience gamifiée, l’expérience pop-up et l’expérience immersive.
  • De nouvelles catégories sont disséminées dans les groupes de catégories pour les prix des nouveaux produits et de la gestion des produits, les prix des sites et applications mobiles et les prix des sites Internet.

Parmi les lauréats des Stevie Awards des IBA 2023 figurent Ayala Land Inc. (Philippines), Anexa BPO (Mexique), Empire Eagle Food (Taïwan), EY Global Services Limited (États-Unis), IBM Corporation (monde), LLYC (Espagne), Ooredoo Group (Qatar), Saudi Aramco (Arabie saoudite), TalkLife (Royaume-Uni), Turkish Aerospace (Turquie), HALKBANK (Turquie), The Dubai Digital Authority (Émirats arabes unis), Viettel Group (Vietnam) et bien d’autres encore.

À propos des Stevie Awards
Les Stevie Awards sont décernés dans le cadre de huit programmes : les Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, les German Stevie Awards, les Middle East & North Africa Stevie Awards, les American Business Awards®, les International Business Awards®, les Stevie Awards for Great Employers, les Stevie Awards for Women in Business et les Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service. Le comité de concours des Stevie Awards reçoit chaque année plus de 12 000 candidatures d’organisations de plus de 70 pays. En mettant à l’honneur des organisations de tous types et de toutes tailles, ainsi que les personnes qui les animent, les Stevie Awards récompensent des performances exceptionnelles sur le lieu de travail dans le monde entier. Pour en savoir plus sur les Stevie Awards, consultez le site : http://www.StevieAwards.com.

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Nina Moore
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Nina@StevieAwards.com

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Inscrições Abertas para o 21st Annual International Business Awards®

Novas Categorias de Prêmios de Soluções Tecnológicas para Inteligência Artificial

FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 25, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Stevie Awards® abre inscrições para o 21st Annual International Business Awards®, a principal competição para premiação de empresas que atrai indicações de organizações em mais de 70 países e territórios todos os anos.

Todas as pessoas e empresas públicas e privadas, com fins lucrativos e sem fins lucrativos, grandes e pequenas – podem enviar indicações para o The International Business Awards. O prazo para a inscrição antecipada, com taxas reduzidas, é 10 de abril. O prazo final para inscrições é 8 de maio, mas aceitaremos inscrições até 12 de junho mediante o pagamento de uma taxa de atraso. Os detalhes da inscrição podem ser encontrados em www.StevieAwards.com/IBA.

Corpos de jurados com mais de 150 executivos de todo o mundo escolherão os vencedores do Stevie Award Ouro, Prata e Bronze. Os nomes dos vencedores serão anunciados em 14 de agosto e homenageados em um banquete de gala na Europa em outubro (data e local a serem confirmados).

Os International Business Awards homenageiam as conquistas em todas as facetas do local de trabalho. As categorias incluem:

Existem muitos recursos novos e revisados do The International Business Awards para 2024:

  • Temos muitas novas Categorias de Soluções de Tecnologia para Soluções de Inteligência Artificial e Aprendizado de Máquina, divididas em subcategorias de soluções Financeiras, Generativas (áudio, gráficos, texto, vídeo), Saúde e outras soluções. Temos novas categorias de tecnologia adicionais para Cibersegurança, Gestão de Ativos Digitais, Experiência Digital do Funcionário e Centro de Conhecimento/Sites de Ajuda.
  • Temos muitas novas Categorias de Eventos para Causa e Eventos Verdes, incluindo Experiência de RSC, Doação e Voluntariado de Funcionários, Eventos Inclusivos e outras Experiências/Eventos de Marca por tipo, incluindo Experiência Gamificada, Experiência Pop-Up e Experiência Imersiva.
  • Temos novas categorias nos grupos de categorias para New Product & Product Management Awards (Prêmios de Gerenciamento de Novos Produtos e Produtos), Mobile Site & App Awards (Prêmios de Site e Aplicativo Móvel), e Website Awards (Prêmios de Site).

Os vencedores do Stevie Award nos IBAs de 2023 incluíram Ayala Land Inc. (Filipinas), Anexa BPO (México), Empire Eagle Food (Taiwan), EY Global Services Limited (EUA), IBM Corporation (Global), LLYC (Espanha), Ooredoo Group (Qatar), Saudi Aramco (Arábia Saudita), TalkLife (Reino Unido), Turkish Aerospace (Turquia), HALKBANK (Turquia), The Dubai Digital Authority (Emirados Árabes Unidos), Viettel Group (Vietnã) e muitos mais.

Sobre os Stevie Awards
Stevie Awards são concedidos em oito programas: Stevie Awards Ásia-Pacífico, Stevie Awards Alemão, Stevie Awards Oriente Médio e África do Norte, The American Business Awards®, The International Business Awards®, Stevie Awards para Grandes Empregadoras, Stevie Awards para Mulheres Empresariais e Stevie Awards para Vendas e Serviço ao Cliente. Os concursos Stevie Awards recebem mais de 12.000 nomeações todos os anos de empresas de mais de 70 países. Honrando empresas de todos os tipos e tamanhos, e as pessoas por trás delas, os Stevies reconhecem excelente desempenho no local de trabalho em todo o mundo. Saiba mais sobre os Stevie Awards em http://www.StevieAwards.com.

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Nina Moore
+1 (703) 547-8389
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Temporarily stormy and sometimes heavy showers from Tuesday onwards


Temporarily stormy showers are expected on Tuesday February 27, over the western regions, according to a weather monitoring bulletin published on Monday by the National Institute of Meteorology (INM).

This downpour will gradually reach the eastern regions and will be heavy at times during the night over the north and centre-west, where the amounts will vary between 20 and 40 mm and will locally reach 60 mm, with hail in places.

Rain is also expected in the north and centre on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday. It will be heavy and locally in large quantities, notably over the north-western regions.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse

Tunisia seeks fairer trade system, minister says at WTO MC 13 [Upd 1]


Tunisia said it is committed to a fairer trade system which takes into account the specific characteristics of developing countries and the least-developed ones while making sure trade is linked to development and sustainable development.

The Tunisian stance was outlined by Minister of Trade and Export Development Kalthoum Ben Rejeb as she attended the 13th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation (February 26-29) in Abu Dhabi (UAE).

Ben Rejeb is leading the Tunisian delegation to works of this biennial conference attended by the trade ministers and delegations of 164 member states.

Ben Rjeb attended, on the sidelines of the conference, the opening of the WTO-ITC High- Level Event on Women and Trade.

The event, jointly held by the WTO and the International Trade Centre (ITC), is an opportunity to urge the international community to increase women’s participation in international trade, reads a ministry press release.

Ben Rjeb also participated in the Digital Trade for Africa Joint WTO-World
Bank project which involves nine African countries.

The project is designed to make of digital trade a catalyst for development in Africa.

The minister attended the launch of a $50 million fund to help female entrepeneurs in developing countries export more as part of digital economy. The initiative is spearheaded by the WTO and the ITC.

Additionally, Ben Rjeb held a talk with WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Executive Director of the International Trade Centre Pamela Coke-Hamilton.

The minister said Tunisia supports a multilateral trade system. The country hopes for a successful delivery of this 13th conference and a host of decisions to achieve development and increase the participation of developing countries in international trade.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse

Tunisair extends sales period for its Early Purchase fare


National carrier “Tunisair” announced in a press release that it has extended the sales period of its “Early Purchase” fare offer for Tunisians living abroad, until March 17, 2024 instead of January 31, 2024.

The sale of its “Early Purchase” fare offer will take place through its points of sale, the authorised travel agency circuit, its website www.tunisair.com and its application.

Tunisair explains this extension by the strong demand and in order to better meet the travel needs for the 2024 summer holidays.

Launched by TUNISAIR on December 25, 2023, this special fare offers a significant reduction on the fares to Tunisia for Tunisians residing in France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (from pound 259 including tax and from CAD 1,499 including tax return from Canada).

Terms and conditions apply to travel between June 19, 2024 and August 20, 2024.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse

Stock market starts week on positive note


The stock market started the week on a positive note. The benchmark rose by 0.71% to 8,585.07 points on a modest volume of TND 3.9 million, according to stock market broker, Tunisie Valeurs.

MPBS was the best performer of the session. On a low volume of TND 1,000 , the wood specialist’s shares rose 4.5% to TND 5.300.

SFBT shares were among the session’s top gainers. They rose by 3.8 percent to TND 12.350 attracting 444,000 dinars.

Attijari Bank was the most traded stock during the session. The private bank’s share price held steady at TND 49.000. The stock provided the market with capital of TND 952,000.

STIP was the most punished stock of the session. The tyre specialist’s shares fell by 4.3% to TND 4.020, with a derisory flow of TND 1,000.

City Cars also ended the session in the red. The KIA dealer’s shares fell by 2.3% to TND 13.000, with a turnover of TND 73,000

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse

Tunisia and Japan inaugurate two vessels to monitor illegal fishing


Two vessels designed to monitor illegal fishing off the Tunisian coast, named “Hannibal 3” and “Hannibal 4”, were inaugurated on Monday at the port of La Goulette.

Costing around 1.2 billion Japanese yen (equivalent to around TND 25 million), the vessels are being built as part of a grant from Japan to Tunisia, according to a press release issued jointly by the Japanese Embassy and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

They will enable the Directorate General of Fisheries and Aquaculture, part of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries, to acquire the means to control and monitor fishing vessels flying the Tunisian flag and to promote the sustainable management of fisheries resources in Tunisian waters in accordance with national and international control requirements.

“As part of the ongoing joint cooperation between the two countries, we are today receiving two control vessels that will support the state’s efforts to combat all forms of illegal fishing and preserve the cou
ntry’s fishery resources,” Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries, Abdelmonem Belati said at the signing ceremony, according to the same source.

For his part, Japanese Ambassador to Tunisia, Takeshi Osuga, recalled that “the Tunis Declaration adopted at TICAD 8, to be held in Tunisia in 2022 had stressed the importance of developing efforts to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.’

It also underlined the importance of combating IUU fishing for environmental, social, commercial and legal reasons and expressed the wish that the two new vessels would contribute to strengthening Tunisia’s capacity to deal effectively with this challenge.

This project is in line with the long-standing cooperation between the governments of Japan and Tunisia, and the close collaboration between JICA and the Ministry of Agriculture, for the development of the fishing industry in the region, according to the press release.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse

Manouba: Agreement on project to build a surface water treatment complex in Béjaoua signed


The agreement on the project to build a surface water treatment plant in Bejaoua, (Governorate of Manouba, northwest of the capital Tunis) was signed, on Monday, between the National Water Exploitation and Distribution Company (SONEDE) and the Indian company VA Tech Wabag.

The agreement, which was signed at SONEDE headquarters, invloves the design, supply, construction and commissioning of a drinking water station in Béjaoua.

The station, whose cost amounts to 190 million dinars, is part of the programme to strengthen the drinking water supply for greater Tunis and the financial port of Hessyene.

The Béjaoua surface water treatment plant with a nominal capacity of 4 m3/s and which can reach a capacity of 5 m3/s, will be carried out in co-financing between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the French Agency of Development (AFD).

VA Tech Wabag is an Indian company specializing in desalination and water treatment for municipalities and industries. The company is based in Chennai, India.

Source: Agence
Tunis Afrique Presse