Jessica Biel ‘Always’ Keeps This Eminence Serum in Her Carry-On

first_imgBiel is quoted directly on the brand’s site, naming this serum as an absolute must-have while flying. The air in planes can be super dry, and traveling to different areas of the world can have a majorly harsh effect on skin, so she relies on her Eight Greens to get her through: “Constant flying dries out my skin, so I make sure I moisturize everything. I always have Eminence Eight Greens Youth Serum in my carry-on.”Reviewers are also head over heels for this serum, one calling it a “lifesaver.” Another deemed it a “miracle” for their hormonal acne, saying they will “never stop using” it. Happy customers are reporting that their skin has become “so much smoother,” and that this product really “locks in moisture” for all-day suppleness. One even called it the “best skincare product [they’ve] ever tried”! See it!- Advertisement – When we hit that dead end, it can be hard to K-turn out of it, but it’s possible. The biggest motivator? A celebrity endorsement. When we hear a celeb with gorgeous, ageless skin never travels without a certain product, we know it’s going to be worth our time. If you’re stuck in a skincare rut, then let Us introduce you to a Jessica Biel favorite!jessica-biel-skinJessica Biel at ‘The Sinner’ Season 3 premiere in LA on February 3, 2020. Chelsea Lauren/ShutterstockSee it!Get the Eight Greens Youth Serum for just $48 at Éminence with free shipping!- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Get the Eight Greens Youth Serum for just $48 at Éminence with free shipping!This serum aims to treat visible signs of aging, firming and tightening up the skin while eliminating excess oil, hydrating and smoothing out any rough patches. How? With its powerful list of organic ingredients, packed with antioxidants and vitamins. Concentrated whole plant yucca, chasteberry and flax seed extract may be key to “tight and bright” skin, while the BioComplex formula features Coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid to hydrate, fortify and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Also infused into the formula are rejuvenating paprika and calming, replenishing lavender oil! Oh, and there are no parabens, phthalates or sodium lauryl sulfates to be found. No animal testing either!To use this serum, start off with clean, toned and dry skin. Then take the dropper and apply a thin layer of product all over the face — or use it as a spot treatment if you want to focus on certain areas. Massage and pat in so it can fully absorb, and follow up with moisturizer. Do this one to three times a day, depending on your skin’s preferences. And voila! You’ve achieved Biel status! See it!Get the Eight Greens Youth Serum for just $48 at Éminence with free shipping!Looking for something else? Shop more serums, oils and concentrates here and all other skincare by Éminence here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at ShopWithUs@usmagazine.com. Happy shopping!  Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Do you ever get to a point where you feel like you’ve hit a dead end with your skincare? We know it’s happened to us a few times since we got into the beauty game. It hardly even feels worth it to buy new products, because most of them just yield the same exact results…a.k.a. no results.- Advertisement –last_img read more

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Scenes One Wi-Fi HaLow security camera has an incredible 1,000′ range » Gadget Flow

first_img– Advertisement – The Scenes One Wi-Fi HaLow security camera uses Skyline technology, which can easily go right through walls, to provide a whopping 1,000-foot range! Based on the new Wi-Fi HaLow 802.11ah standard, this patented technology covers your entire property. Because Scenes One uses its own dedicated wireless network, installation is super simple. All you have to do is plug in the Ethernet cable and then press the sync button on the camera. This efficient technology means that this home security camera’s batteries last up to 12 months on a single charge. Furthermore, this home security gadget shows you who’s at your front door through the connected app. Then, you can talk to them through your smartphone thanks to the camera’s two-way audio feature. Finally, this Wi-Fi HaLow security camera has a truly gorgeous design that you’ll be proud to put up around your home.last_img read more

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Who Was Eliminated During Semifinals?

first_imgThat was just the start of the 10s. Nev Schulman and Jenna Johnson received a perfect score after their classy foxtrot to “Sign of the Times.” Then, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev followed up with a paso doble to “Hanuman” — and also earned a perfect 30.Carrie Ann Inaba was the mentor for the former Bachelorette, 38, and her ex and reminded the duo to never take her criticisms personally, no matter how tough she is. However, it’s clear that her constructive comments helped them along the way.Round Two … – Advertisement – Two dances and two eliminations! The four couples heading to the finale were revealed at the end of the Monday, November 16, episode of Dancing With the Stars. First, each had to perform two numbers — a redemption dance and a brand new style.Justina Machado and Sasha Farber absolutely brought the heat with their redemption number, dancing the tango to “El Tango de Roxanne.” Judge Derek Hough was so impressed he awarded them with their first 10 of the season!- Advertisement – During the second round, the emotions were running high — and so were the scores. Justina and Sasha dedicated their contemporary routine to each other. Following the dance, Justina told audiences, “I’m a 48-year-old proud Latina woman, and I have been killing it on this dance floor, so no matter what happens, anything is possible!” The number earned them a perfect 30.Skai Jackson and Alan Bersten performed an incredible Viennese waltz for their second routine and wowed the judges, who gave them a perfect 30. Later in the night, Derek and Bruno Tonioli were nearly speechless by Jenna and Nev’s contemporary to “If the World Was Ending.” The judges also commended Jenna for challenging Nev to such a difficult routine, in which he flawlessly performed. He received a second 30.Ahead of Nelly‘s last dance of the night, a jive with partner Daniella Karagach, their intro package showed him struggling — and the pro revealing she’s pushing him harder than ever before the finale. However, the pushing clearly worked! The judges were in awe of how much dancing he actually did during the routine — and he received a perfect 30.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The last pair to perform was Kaitlyn and Artem, who took on a contemporary dance to “Cowboy Take Me Away.” Kaitlyn shared that her best friend, who died at 18, once said she wanted that song to play at her funeral — and it did. Kaitlyn avoided listening to the song for years, so the dance was extremely emotional.“This is the dance that I knew you would be incredible at,” Carrie Ann said after the routine. “You guys have come together as a really beautiful team and it’s lovely to see.” They again received a perfect 30.Despite the night’s high scores, two teams still had to go. The couple at the very bottom was Johnny and Britt, who were immediately eliminated. The judges then had to save one couple — Skai and Alan or Justina and Sasha. Ultimately, Justin was saved and Skai was sent home.Scroll down to see the scoring breakdown.last_img read more

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WHO lab confirms 40th Indonesian avian flu death

first_imgJul 3, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – A 5-year-old boy who died Jun 16 in East Java province has become Indonesia’s 40th death from H5N1 avian influenza, according to test results from a World Health Organization (WHO)-accredited lab, as reported today by Reuters.Indonesia now trails Vietnam for most deaths in the world from H5N1 by only two, according to WHO statistics. Vietnam, however, has had no human cases of H5N1 since last November, while Indonesia’s 52 cases have all come in 2005 and 2006.The boy was admitted to a hospital in Tulungagung, East Java, Jun 8 and died 8 days later, Nyoman Kandun, director-general of disease control for Indonesia’s Ministry of Health, told Reuters today. The presence of H5N1 was confirmed by a WHO laboratory in Hong Kong, according to Kandun.Reuters quoted an unnamed official at the Ministry of Health’s avian flu center as saying, “There was a dead chicken near his house.” The official said the chicken’s cage was about 50 feet (15 meters) from the boy’s house.In other avian flu news, China reported a new H5N1 outbreak in poultry in its northwestern Ningxia region, according to a Jul 1 Associated Press story that cited Xinhua News Agency.The outbreak was identified near Zhongwei city, the story cited China’s Agriculture Ministry as saying. The ministry did not specify how many or what species of poultry were affected.Ministry experts arrived in the area to control the outbreak, and local officials were disinfecting vehicles and people traveling in and out of the area, according to Xinhua, said the story. China has reported more than 30 outbreaks of avian flu in birds since October 2005.And in Nigeria, an H5N1 outbreak has affected 20 poultry farms in the eastern state of Taraba, making it the 15th of Nigeria’s 36 states to be affected, according to a local official as cited in a Jul 1 Agence France-Presse (AFP) story.The presence of the H5N1 strain of avian flu was confirmed by a National Institute of Veterinary Research lab at Vom after last week’s outbreak, according to AFP. Taraba abuts northern Cameroon.”So far, 20 farms have been infected and chickens killed,” said Yusuf Sanda, spokesperson for the state governor, in the AFP story. “The case has been taken over by the federal ministry of agriculture for containment and culling.”The state government has set up a committee to look into the ways and means to assist the farmers. Veterinary experts have been sent to these areas to ascertain the damage and the extent of the spread.”Avian flu has been detected in several northern Nigerian states and in Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja, according to the AFP story. More than 450,000 chickens have already been culled to stop the spread of the disease.last_img read more

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CDC says pandemic drills hone decision-making tools

first_img Jernigan said the agency is working on a way to characterize the different “intervals” or phases of a pandemic. The plan is to include that information in guidance for state and local health officials, in the hope that it will help them with decisions such as when to begin community mitigation steps. He said the agency intends to run a pandemic exercise that will simulate a sizable share of CDC employees being out sick with the flu, but it remains to be decided whether that challenge will be included in the September event. “It’s critical to decide what functions we won’t be doing as an agency and how critical functions are covered,” he said. See also: The latest exercise—the fourth in a series that began in January 2007—featured a simulated emerging US epidemic sparked by a traveler from Southeast Asia infected with a mutated H5N1 virus. The March exercise dealt with days 6, 7, and 8, during which cases climbed from 273 to well above 300, with a 10% fatality rate. The exercise had states seeking guidance on when to close schools and take other “community mitigation” steps, while the CDC shipped antiviral drugs to the states and decided to screen air travelers in an effort to slow the virus’s spread to places like Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. (For a story on the exercise, see link below.) The CDC plans to conduct another large-scale pandemic exercise in September to extend the scenario used in the previous four. “In the September exercise we’re going to be shooting to have more states playing with us in real time,” said Besser. The CDC is training specialists in other areas so that the planning-cell approach can be used in responding to other kinds of emergencies, such as bioterrorist attacks, not just a flu pandemic, Jernigan added. Escaping ‘the tyranny of the urgent’CDC spokesman Von Roebuck said the idea for the new planning group stemmed from previous pandemic exercises. In some of them the CDC designated a special team to assist staff members actively engaged in the response, which proved to be very helpful, he explained. “This idea helped spawn and make the planning group a more formal entity for pandemic response,” he added. Dr. Daniel Jernigan, deputy director of the CDC’s Influenza Division, said the aim in setting up the planning cell was to free leaders from some of the immediate pressures of the situation so they could think more deliberately about policies. Besser said the exercise marked the first time a state health department—Georgia’s—participated with the CDC in a pandemic drill. A resulting observation was that “we have work to do regarding information flow,” he said. “It’s critical that we all have a common operating picture, that we’re viewing the same set of information and the same facts. We made a lot of progress in terms of the operating picture at the CDC, but we need to work on systems for sharing information at the state and local level.” Besser said there were some technical glitches in data transferring and video conferences. In addition, “We need to revisit some of our thoughts about how we would be sharing information with states and locals.” Before a large-scale exercise conducted earlier this month, the agency set up a “planning cell” of leaders who were insulated from the need to respond immediately to events so they could think carefully about policy issues raised by the emergency, officials said. In the exercise, on Mar 11 and 12, the new group made a noticeable impact on the CDC’s ability to make decisions, according to Dr. Richard Besser, director of the CDC’s Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response.center_img Mar 25, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – Recent pandemic influenza response exercises have helped the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) improve its tools for making policy decisions quickly, according to senior CDC officials. Mar 17 CIDRAP News story “CDC pandemic exercise highlights drug, travel, mitigation issues” The exercise also showed that the CDC needs to pay more attention to the fact that a flu pandemic will unfold in different ways and at varying rates in different parts of the country, according to Besser. Dealing with regional differencesBesides demonstrating the value of the approach, the latest pandemic exercise yielded some lessons about information flow and about tracking of containment efforts, according to Besser and Jernigan. Jernigan said the approach “may not be a novel concept,” but using it in responding to a large-scale infectious disease event is new for the CDC. “It will help to assure that we’re not missing in our forecasting of potential problems but also are not forgetting to come up with all the options in the midst of the crisis,” he said. “One thing I was struck by was that we did a much better job of reaching decisions quickly, and it’s critical that in a crisis we do that,” Besser said in a recent interview about the results of the exercise. “What you see with a pandemic is that states aren’t affected in a uniform fashion, and not all areas within a state are affected the same,” he said. “We need to develop a system for tracking what kinds of containment strategies are being used in what parts of the country—who’s using a case-by-case strategy, who’s using the community mitigation strategies. We want to identify what is working and what is not, so that as new areas are affected, we can make evidence-based recommendations.” The “plans unit” consists of 12 to 15 planning experts and subject-matter experts, who can call on other specialists when needed, Jernigan said. They unit includes specialists in influenza, quarantine, healthcare quality, communications, logistics, and legal issues. Their assignment is to deal with issues that require a more thoughtful approach, such as steps that “are costly, require multiple partners for implementation, or could lead to a strategic change in direction,” he said. “What we recognize is that in the midst of a large event, there’s a tyranny of the urgent that overcomes the groups, where there’s a constant need to respond and react,” Jernigan said. “And we felt it was vitally important to have a group of people that were removed from the constant pressure of the urgent so they could have a thoughtful approach to the development of policy on the fly.”last_img read more

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UN: Pandemic risk remains despite progress on H5N1

first_imgOct 23, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – So far this year no new countries have been hit by H5N1 avian influenza outbreaks, and fewer previously affected countries have reported fresh outbreaks, but the threat of an influenza pandemic has not changed, according to a recent progress report from the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank.The 115-page update on the global avian influenza status and pandemic planning efforts was released in advance of an international conference on avian and pandemic flu that starts tomorrow in Sharm el-Sheik, Egypt, according to the UN’s summary of the report, the fourth in an annual series.The report is an analysis of survey responses that the UN’s influenza coordinator compiled from 148 countries. The findings also include information that the World Bank provided on the international pledges, commitments, and expenditures for avian influenza prevention and control.Too little testing David Nabarro, the UN’s influenza coordinator, told reporters at an Oct 21 press conference that despite widespread pandemic planning efforts, only 53% of countries have tested their plans in the past year. He said in a UN press release that the findings are sobering, particularly in light of a recent World Bank report that put the potential economic cost of a global influenza pandemic at up to $3 trillion, nearly 5% of the world’s gross domestic product.”When planning for an extraordinary concern like an influenza pandemic, it’s not enough just to have a written plan and have everybody signing off on it,” he said in an Oct 21 press release. “You also have to check it, test it, and make sure that it works, and then revise [it] on the basis of assimilation.”Pandemic plans need to include both social distancing and pharmaceutical strategies, but not all countries are prepared to apply both strategies, the report said. Some haven’t established the logistical and legal provisions needed to enact social distancing measures.The UN said it found great disparities in preparedness among countries, with, for example, wealthier countries more likely to have planned for pharmaceutical interventions. “Given the interdependence of countries when responding to a pandemic, preparedness within poorer countries will be a critical element of the world’s readiness for the next pandemic,” the report said.Also, some individual countries have made progress on plans to maintain essential services during a pandemic, but more nations need to engage the private sector to accomplish multisector planning. The UN recommended that for 2009, countries develop protocols, frameworks, and indicators for longer-term multisector pandemic preparedness and fund the efforts through their all-hazard preparedness mechanisms.In response to reporters’ questions about pandemic planning transparency, Nabarro said he’s noticed more openness among some countries, such as China. However, he said he was concerned that interactions among countries were “sometimes a bit tense.”Outbreaks and surveillanceIn reporting that no new countries had H5N1 outbreaks through September, the UN report said for comparison, four countries reported the virus for the first time in the first 6 months of 2007. Only 20 countries have experienced outbreaks so far this year, down from 25 reported in 2007.Bangladesh is the only new country that has reported a human H5N1 case this year, according to the UN’s findings.Nabarro said he was concerned about Nigeria and Togo, which have both reported recent H5N1 outbreaks.The UN said effective surveillance, prompt detection, and rapid response have helped many countries eliminate outbreaks. The report notes that surveillance for animal diseases, including H5N1, has substantially improved over the past 3 years, with 75% of countries not reporting that they are able to detect highly pathogenic avian flu. For some countries, though, surveillance systems are still in the planning phase, and some planning hasn’t included risk assessments to target priority areas.However, the threat of further outbreaks in poultry and sporadic infections in humans persists, because the H5N1 virus is still entrenched in many countries. “The threat of an influenza pandemic remains unchanged,” the report said.Funding is erodingThe World Bank reported that the gap between what’s needed to control avian influenza and boost preparedness and what world donors are pledging has been increasing since 2005. Though major donor nations have continued their support, the number slipped from 25 at the Beijing donor’s conference in 2006 to 17 at the Bamako conference in 2006, and to 9 at the New Delhi conference in 2007.Donors have pledged $2.7 billion, of which $2 billion has been committed. Of that amount, $1.5 billion has been disbursed, of which 59% was cash or loans and 41% was in-kind contributions. Declines in funding threaten the sustainability of control and planning investments that have already been made, according to the report.”Such high commitment and disbursement rates within two and a half years of the establishment of the financing framework reflect the exceptional commitment of the donors and the efficient movement of grant funds,” the report said.East and Southeast Asian countries received 56% of the funds, Eastern Europe and Central Asia received 22%, and Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, and North Africa got 20%, according to the report. Only $125 million remains in available funding, the World Bank said. “Grant finance will continue to be needed to sustain critical capacities and actions in the medium to longer term.”See also:UN-World Bank report on avian influenza and pandemic readinessUN-World Bank report summaryOct 21 UN press releaselast_img read more

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Bavarians continue to be Croatia’s favorite destination – 5 percent more guests are expected in 2018.

first_imgThe German market is one of the most important emitting markets for Croatian tourism, from which the largest tourist turnover is realized. According to the eVisitor system, 2,7 million guests from Germany (+15 percent) visited Croatia last year, realizing 20,7 million overnight stays (+14 percent), which represents a high 20 percent share in the total number of overnight stays. German tourists mostly stayed in household facilities (37 percent), followed by campsites (32 percent) and hotels (19 percent). Of the destinations, they mostly stayed in Rovinj, Poreč and Medulin.The numbers show for years that the German market is our main emitting market, so it is logical that this year our tourist offer was presented at an important tourist fair. f.re.e, which takes place in Munich until 25 February.It is a fair for the general public which is visited by over 110.000 visitors, and the Croatian stand was visited by the director of the CNTB Head Office Kristjan Staničić, who met with important partners in the German market, ie representatives of numerous tour operators and agencies such as TUI. ID Riva Tours, Holiday Check, kroati.de, etc. Director Staničić said that the German market is one of the most important emitting markets for Croatian tourism. “The Croatian National Tourist Board carries out a number of promotional activities in the most important emitting markets, and due to the importance of German guests, we invest the most funds provided for marketing activities in this market. Given one of our key strategic goals, which is to position Croatia as a quality year-round tourist destination, the segment of air transport and the availability of Croatian destinations is also very important to us. We are pleased with the extremely good connection of key Croatian and German cities throughout the year, and especially the large number of active airlines such as easyJet, Lufthansa, Eurowings, Ryanair or Condor”, said director Staničić.Photo: HTZPositive trends on the German market are also confirmed by Selimir Ognejnović from ID Riva Tours, the largest German tour operator specializing in travel to Croatia. “I am extremely satisfied with the state of booking, which started much earlier this year. At the moment, we are recording an increase of about 8 percent, while some specialized programs, such as the program that includes boat trips, record an increase in booking of as much as 20 percent. Also, we are currently realizing 50 to 60 percent of bookings, but as part of the sales of the arrangement is just ahead of us, we must continue to be very active in the market and promotional in order to maintain this good result.”, said Ognjenović.At the f.re.e fair, in addition to the Croatian National Tourist Board, a total of 17 co-exhibitors present their offer, including: Zagreb Tourist Board, Šibenik-Knin County Tourist Board, Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, Baška Voda Tourist Board, Jadrolinija, Novasol, Camp Šimuni, Valalta, Hadria, Mon Perin, Solaris, Arena Hospitality Group, Jadranka camps, Aminess (Laguna Novigrad), Zaton / Turisthotel Zadar, Camping the best of Dalmatia, Hotels Njivice and Istarski dvori.The best confirmation of the stability and popularity of Croatia in this market is the growth of German tourist nights of over 15 percent in 2017, while this year we expect additional growth of 5 percent, says the director of the CNTB Head Office Kristjan Stanicic and adds that he is glad as an increasing number of guests from Germany visit Croatia at the level of the whole year, so our German guests are the most numerous even outside the summer months, on the continent. “The result is the classification of Slavonia in the sales catalogs of agencies, which made this part of Croatia an integral part of the offer for the first time, and German lovers of cycling tours have already booked their arrangements for the fall.” concluded director Staničić.The positive trends in this important market are also confirmed by the research results TOMAS Summer 2017, according to which guests from Germany in Croatia spent an average of 75 euros per day, which is an increase of 13 euros compared to a previous survey conducted in 2014. The data according to the CNTB are also happy, according to which the main motives for the arrival of German tourists, apart from “sun and sea”, are products such as gastronomy, natural beauties and new experiences.Related news:RESEARCH RESULTS PUBLISHED “TOURIST ATTITUDES AND CONSUMPTION IN CROATIA – TOMAS SUMMER 2017″RECORD TOURIST YEAR: 102 MILLION NIGHTS ACHIEVED LAST YEARCBS: ARRIVALS AND NIGHTS, 2017last_img read more

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5th Regional Family Accommodation Forum in Dubrovnik

first_imgThe Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik in cooperation with the County Chamber of Commerce organizes in Thursday, March 15 starting at 16,00 p.m., 5th Family Accommodation Forum, to be held at the Rixos Libertas Dubrovnik Hotel.The forum is intended for new and existing private renters, and the free program includes various lectures on the results and further development of family tourism in the Republic of Croatia, the state of family accommodation in Dubrovnik and the tax position of accommodation providers in households.During the Forum, individual consultations with potential partners (service providers) of private landlords will be held, and in order to expand their offer, a meeting with caterers will be organized.Educate yourself and share your experiences because two heads are always smarter than one and get ready for the new 2018 season.Programlast_img read more

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Orioly and Rentlio organize a meetup: GDPR in tourism – so what now?

first_imgOrioly and Rentlio organize a meetup for all tourism workers in Croatia – GDPR in tourism – and what now?GDPR (General Regulation on Personal Data Protection) in tourism is a very current topic that raises many important issues, and which relate to the way you run your business. The goal of the meetup is to find out all the details that bother you and how exactly you should align the GDPR with your business. Stjepan Perko, CEO of lolongo doo, who has been dealing with the GDPR since the first proposal of the Regulation in 2012, will talk about the regulations.”In order to find out everything that interests tourism stakeholders about the new regulations, we made a questionnaire through which we collected over a hundred questions, which were asked by employees in the tourism industry, so we can conclude that there are great concerns about aligning business with new European regulations.”Points out Barbara Črgar from Orioly.In addition to the GDPR, we will discuss two other topics, which are:1. How to sell trips and activities easier?2. How much time can software save in the operational business of tourism facilities?The upcoming GDPR meetup in tourism — and what now ?, will be held on April 23, at 17:00 PM, at the Technology Park Zagreb (Avenija Dubrovnik 15, Zagreb). Seats are limited and you can apply HERE.Related news:MARTINA ŠEPIĆ RUMIN, MAILPLUS ADRIA: GDPR IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF SUBSCRIBERS ‘DATABASES WHICH WILL FINALLY RESULT IN GREATER SUCCESS OF THE EMAIL MARKETING CAMPAIGNGENERAL REGULATION ON THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA (GDPR) IN RELATION TO HOSTS IN FAMILY ACCOMMODATION&lt;/p&gt;<br />
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