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first_imgAdvertising shop Moondyne Agency, has added Vermont Butcher Block & Board Co. to its roster of clients.Vermont Butcher Block & Board Co., a Williston based manufacturer of hand crafted wood products, has charged Moondyne Agency with the task of streamlining brand identity and executing a variety of print and direct response projects.Moondyne principal Ted Kohn, a New York City advertising veteran, opened the agency doors in Burlington last spring, bringing brand advertising solutions to a wide range of regionally based businesses. For more information call (802) 310-3326 or visit www.moondyneagency.com(link is external).last_img


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first_img continue reading » For most organizations, the discussion of the benefits and potential of AI is much more widespread than the actual deployment of these technologies across the organization. In fact, most of the use of advanced analytics and AI continues to be centered in areas of traditional use such as risk, compliance and security. In other areas of the organization, most firms are still only running pilots or tests in the most rudimentary ways.The inability to understand and deploy AI is further evidence of the challenges experienced at most financial institutions around digital transformation. With leadership and culture not buying in to the power of AI, it is difficult to build business cases or integrated solutions that can take advantage of AIs opportunities.The opportunities being missed by not fully embracing the power of AI include massive back-office cost savings, vastly improved customer experiences, enhanced risk and fraud detection, as well as other implementations done independently or with strategic partners. In other words, AI and machine learning can have a significant positive impact across the entire banking organization at a time when the risk of not using AI is greater than ever. 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more


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first_img68 Spring Street, West EndMr Koolik said they’ve moved on from inner-city farming with the back yard becoming a place to while away the time while their two daughters enjoyed some space to play.He said the family always took the chance to utilise the home’s inviting outdoors, whether it was meals on the back deck or mornings on the front porch.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours ago“The kids, especially when they were a bit younger, enjoyed playing out there in the morning sun as well,” he said. 68 Spring Street, West End“When it all gets a bit much we just head down to GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art) – the kids love the kids section down there – or the dinosaurs down the road there next to the museum.”Mr Koolik said opportunities interstate meant the family were leaving Queensland, but it won’t be an easy goodbye.“Leaving behind the schools and the friends and the proximity and all of that is always difficult, but there’s different opportunities where were going as well.”“It’s kind of with heavy hearts we move out of West End. I don’t think you can replace it.”The home will be auctioned on site at 1.30pm Saturday August 12, by McGrath New Farm. Rebecca and Nigel Koolik and their children, Sia (6) and Rowena (4)at the house they’re auctioning this weekend. Picture: Peter WallisWhen Nigel Koolik and wife, Rebecca, bought 68 Spring St, West End in 2009, schools, community and easy access to the city were the motivators.Fast forward eight years to auction day and the couple will probably discover it was also a savvy investment.The classic three-bedroom, one-bathroom 1920s Queenslander cottage is not only well presented and in an enviable position, it’s on a 721sq m site – regarded by some as ‘West End acreage.’“I think in the last financial year there were four houses sold with bigger blocks than ours, so they certainly don’t come up too often,” Mr Koolik said.“We had a bunch of chooks in the back and veges, and a bunch of fruit trees down the side,” he said.center_img 68 Spring Street, West EndMr Koolik said they’d renovated too, opening up the living space near the kitchen and lounge.“We’ve put the built ins in. With most Queenslanders the hardest part is storage, so the floor-to-ceiling cupboards suck up a lot of volume of the rubbish you collect over the years with the kids.”And when not indoors, Mr Koolik said the family loved discovering their surroundings such as riverside parks and the markets.last_img read more