Risk matrices – COX 2008 http://cox2008.com/ Sat, 21 May 2022 05:23:45 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cox2008.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Risk matrices – COX 2008 http://cox2008.com/ 32 32 Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market Dynamics, Future Trends, Market Growth, Regional Overview & Size Estimation by 2030 – The Daily Vale https://cox2008.com/metal-matrix-composites-mmcs-market-dynamics-future-trends-market-growth-regional-overview-size-estimation-by-2030-the-daily-vale/ Fri, 20 May 2022 13:02:14 +0000 https://cox2008.com/metal-matrix-composites-mmcs-market-dynamics-future-trends-market-growth-regional-overview-size-estimation-by-2030-the-daily-vale/

the Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market should reach $788,280.4 million by 2030recording a 8.7% CAGR during the forecast period. Due to the high popularity of this product/service in North America and Asia, the growth trend of metal matrix composites (Mmcs) in recent years and growing consumer demand is expected to drive the global composites market metal matrix (Mmcs).

Regional Research Reports recently released this report examining new market trends and analyzing the maximum untapped opportunities that a business can seize in the coming years. This market study details size, share, growth, market characteristics, competitor pricing, company share, market trends and opportunities in the Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) industry and is broken down according to type, application and area of ​​consumption. metal matrix composites (Mmcs). The report also conducted Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, PESTEL Analysis, SWOT Analysis, Regulatory Landscape and Key Industry Buyers to study the major influencing factors and barriers to entry of the industry.

The Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market report provides detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, landscape competition, sales analysis, impact of national and global market players, value chain optimization. , trade regulations, recent developments, opportunity analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, regional market expansion and technological innovations.

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This report contains the market size and forecast of Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) globally, including the following market information:

  • Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market Revenue, 2018-2021, 2022-2030, (Million US$)
  • Top five global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) companies in 2021 (%)

In Chapter 3.4 of the report, the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry has been fully assessed. A comprehensive risk assessment and industry recommendations have been made for metal matrix composites (Mmcs) in a special period. This chapter also compares the Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19 markets. Additionally, Chapters 8-12 specifically include the impact of COVID-19 on each regional economy mentioned in the research study.

Regional Research Reports surveyed the Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and industry experts on this industry, involving the sales, revenue, demand, price change, product type, development and plan, industry trends, drivers, challenges, barriers and potential risks.

Total market by segment:

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Type, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by type, 2021 (%)

  • fiber reinforced MMC
  • Whisker Reinforced MMC
  • MMC particulate reinforcement

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Application, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

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Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by application, 2021 (%)

  • Automobile industry
  • engineering industry

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Region and Country, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by region and country, 2021 (%)

  • North America
  • Europe

    • Germany
    • France
    • UK
    • Italy
    • Russia
    • Nordic countries
    • Benelux
    • The rest of Europe

  • Asia

    • China
    • Japan
    • South Korea
    • South East Asia
    • India
    • Rest of Asia

  • South America

    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Rest of South America

  • Middle East and Africa

    • Turkey
    • Israel
    • Saudi Arabia
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Rest of the Middle East and Africa

Competition analysis

The report also provides an analysis of key market players, including:

  • Top Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Companies Global Market Revenue, 2018-2021 (estimate), (USD Million)
  • Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Key Company Revenue Share in Global Market, 2021 (%)
  • Top Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Company Sales Share in Global Market, 2021 (%)

In addition, the report presents the profiles of the competitors in the market; key players include:

  • Ultramet
  • Material
  • Vincent Clad Metals Corp.
  • PSM Industries, Inc.
  • Vincent Metals Corporation
  • AB Industrial
  • NTK INTERNATIONAL

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  • The most recent advancements in the market and insights from the market leaders along with their market share and techniques.
  • Current, historical and projected market size from the two values ​​(millions of US dollars)
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Answers to key questions in this report:

  • What will be the market forecast and growth rate from 2022 to 2030?
  • What are the main market trends and dynamics?
  • What are the main industry drivers?
  • What are the barriers developed in the market?
  • Which are the leading companies with their share of market positioning?

  • How many additional dollar investment opportunities can be seen in the market during the forecast period?
  • Business and market analysis through SWOT, PORTER and PESTEL studies

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TiE Bangalore Announces Its Annual Flagship Conference, Matrix 2022 https://cox2008.com/tie-bangalore-announces-its-annual-flagship-conference-matrix-2022/ Thu, 19 May 2022 17:17:46 +0000 https://cox2008.com/tie-bangalore-announces-its-annual-flagship-conference-matrix-2022/

7th edition of the summit to be held on May 24-25, 2022 – in hybrid mode, at the Bangalore International Center & virtually

The 6th edition of the Matrix Startup Awards will reward IoT startups in 3 areas – Digital Next | Sustainable growth | Technology of the future.

Renowned international speakers including BV Jagadeesh (Serial Entrepreneur, SV and Chair, UVCE Foundation), Shashidhara Dongre (Head Digital & Software, L&T Technology Services), Parmesh Shah (Global Lead, Digital Agriculture, The World Bank), Jay Chaudhry (CEO, Chairman and Founder, Zscaler), Abhishek Shukla (Senior MD, Global Venture Investments, HPE Pathfinder US), PVS Suryakumar (DMD-NABARD), Deepali Khanna (MD Asia, Rockefeller Foundation), Arvind Agarwal (Co-Founder and CEO, C4D), Nisheeth Srivastava (CTIO, Capgemini India), Alok Lall (Director – Services Partners, Microsoft) and many others

Event partners include:

State partners: Government of Karnataka, K-Tech (India) Limited, Karnataka Digital Economy Mission

Platinum Sponsor: Microsoft, Capgemini

Gold Sponsor: NABARD, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, L&T Technology Services, C4D Partners, INTEL

Silver Sponsor: Mouser Electronics, CISCO

TiE Bangalore Chapter, established in 1999, announces the 7th edition of its annual conference – Matrix 2022 – its flagship event to be held on 24-25 May 2022. This conference aims to bring all stakeholders of Matrix technologies including the ‘IoT, to deliberate on current trends, real-world applications and futuristic technologies; as well as connect with global counterparts and showcase India’s most innovative startups. TiE Bangalore will also recognize promising Indian tech startups that have demonstrated innovation, viability and novelty in the Matrix 2022 Startup Awards. For more information on the event, visit https://matrixglobalsummit.com/

Matrix 2022, the flagship summit of TiE Bangalore, will focus on three main themes: Digital Next, Sustainable Growth and Future Technology. Last year, Matrix had over 2,300 registrations, 110 speakers and panelists from 10 countries, with 14 hours of programming over two days. The Matrix Startup Awards attracted over 100 entries from Bangalore IoT startups.

Dr. EV Ramana Reddy, Additional Chief Secretary, IT, BT and S&T Department, Government of Karnataka said, “GoK IT/BT Department is pleased to be associated as a state partner in the 7th of the annual Matrix 2022 conference. The conference will showcase the many start-ups in cutting-edge futuristic technologies, cementing Bangalore as the tech capital of the world”

Madan Padaki, President of TiE Bangalore, said, “TiE Bangalore has always been at the forefront of bringing to light the entrepreneurial opportunities lying in this future. Matrix 2022, our Chapter’s flagship annual conference promises just such an event where we bring together renowned speakers, renowned entrepreneurs and leading companies to share their views on how the future is likely to be. shaped at the intersection of technology and sustainability”

TR Anand, President of Matrix Forum (formerly IOTForum India) said, “Every year, this summit takes the lead in discussing and demonstrating real solutions enabled by IOT Matrix technology in all areas, many of them for the first time. We invite all entrepreneurs to wholeheartedly participate in this hybrid conference and leverage the platform to build your businesses”

Highlights from this year’s summit include:

A comprehensive list of international speakers including BV Jagadeesh (Serial Entrepreneur, SV and Chairman, UVCE Foundation), Shashidhara Dongre (Head Digital & Software, L&T Technology Services), Parmesh Shah (Global Lead, Digital Agriculture, The World Bank), Jay Chaudhry (CEO, Chairman and Founder, ZScaler), Abhishek Shukla (Senior MD, Global Venture Investments, HPE Pathfinder US), PVS Suryakumar (DMD-NABARD), Deepali Khanna (MD, Asia, Rockefeller Foundation), Arvind Agarwal (Co-Founder and CEO, C4D), Dr.Purnima Voria (Founder and CEO, US-India National Chamber of Commerce), Raghu Das (Partner, E2MC Ventures), Kshitij Khandelwal (Founder and CTO-Pixxel), Nisheeth Srivastava (CTIO, Capgemini India), Alok Lall (Director – Services Partners, Microsoft) and many others. The full list can be accessed here – https://matrixglobalsummit.com/

Next-gen speakers including Anjalli Ravikumar (Director of Sustainability – Zomato), Swapnil Jain (Co-Founder – Ather Energy, Mahesh Babu, CEO of Switch Mobility and many more.

The Matrix 2022 Startup Awards – The Matrix Forum (formerly IOTForum) has been honoring IoT/Matrix start-ups since 2015. This year, startups will be rewarded in 3 areas – Digital Next | Sustainable growth | Future Tech, and two categories – Innovation and Growth.

Past winners include CropIn, Ather Energy, Flutura, Sun Mobility, REConnect Energy, Astrome, TonboImaging, AltiGreen, SmokeScreen, Cardiac Labs and many more.

Matrix Forum Directory 2022 Pre-Announcement: The popular IOTForum Directory is being revised/refreshed/updated as the Matrix Forum Directory 2022. To include FutureTech and all Matrix Technology start-ups. To be published next quarter. Start-Ups ensure your presence there by contacting us!

Launch of Design for Manufacturing Special Interest Group, to help start-ups take advantage of programs and incentives under MakeIndia/ AtmaNirbhar/ India Semicon Mission.

Joint program with MergerDomo for start-up/investor matchmaking during the conference

About Matrix 2022

Matrix 2022 (formerly IoTNext and IoTMatrix) is the annual conference of the Matrix Forum, a think tank initiative of TiE. Established in 2014, The Matrix Forum is a vibrant community of over 2,500 IoT startups, 25,000 community members, 14 working groups, and over 100 active volunteers. The Forum supports start-ups by facilitating knowledge sharing (in-depth sessions, sharing best practices and use cases, etc.), providing mentorship, access to partners and investors, and leadership initiatives lit with corporations, startups, industry bodies, and governments, as well as connecting global ecosystems and publishing the directory of over 2,500 MatrixTech/DeepTech startups. Registered members stay informed with a unique daily feed of news, views, announcements, new releases and celebrations of success they receive on their mobile. The forum has played a key role in policy influence by publishing white papers on vital issues and inviting government officials to speak at seminars.

Matrix 2022 will focus on:

Digital Next: Experts will review and discuss accelerated digitization across industries, key use cases, return on investment, and security and privacy issues.

Sustainable Growth: Having a lower carbon footprint is the future of sustainable growth, and it will create huge opportunities over the next decade. Increasingly, large companies and industries are taking a serious look at their carbon footprint and taking action beyond simple greenwashing. The Matrix Summit 2022 offers sessions to understand emerging carbon reduction and mitigation technologies, what policies and practices are being developed by major corporations to achieve their sustainability goals, and what opportunities are available to Indian startups to provide additional metrics and visibility.

Future Tech: Conference sessions will focus on educating the public on the latest happenings, research, commercialization and early success around Quantum Computing, Quantum Security, MetaVerse, Mars Tours and Spacetech. In addition, there will be a special session focused on creating opportunities for the future organized by the Special Interest Group (SIG) TiE Women Entrepreneurs (TWE) – Bangalore. The session will look at how business leaders and entrepreneurs are harnessing opportunities arising from future technologies such as (quantum computing, MetaVerse, 5G and private networks, edge solutions) and connecting them to finance, healthcare, supply chain, customer engagement, risk. management and even entertainment/media

About The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Bangalore

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) is the world’s largest not-for-profit organization for entrepreneurs, founded in 1992. Acting as a one-stop destination for ‘education’, ‘mentoring’, ‘funding’, ‘networking » and « incubation », TiE , since its creation, has been an exemplary relay between aspiring entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Since 1992, TiE has expanded its presence to 14 countries and 62 chapters with over 15,000 members and 3,000 founding members.

Since its inception in 1999 as one of India’s first chapters, TiE Bangalore has played a pioneering role in fostering the entrepreneurship ecosystem, actively promoting, mentoring and assisting start-ups -ups to grow. With a network of over 500 members and a reach of over 20,000 entrepreneurs, TiE Bangalore has added significant value to entrepreneurs by providing them with networking opportunities, pitch sessions to various investors, learning sessions and sharing knowledge on personal resilience, business and functional planning. areas such as marketing, HR, legal, etc.

Over the past year, TiE Bangalore has organized more than 110 initiatives/programs which have seen the participation of more than 15,000 entrepreneurs and the support of more than 25 major companies as sponsors. Targeted programs have been launched to foster entrepreneurship among young students, mentoring women entrepreneurs through TiE Women Entrepreneurs around the world and bringing in hundreds of quality mentors to support entrepreneurs through various special interest groups around education, health, IOT, etc.

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SUCCESSION PLANNING – The Matrix Resurrections – Print – Issue 211 – May 2022 | article of the week https://cox2008.com/succession-planning-the-matrix-resurrections-print-issue-211-may-2022-article-of-the-week/ Wed, 18 May 2022 08:21:59 +0000 https://cox2008.com/succession-planning-the-matrix-resurrections-print-issue-211-may-2022-article-of-the-week/





We’re all thinking about the future of work, but our focus is on where and when we work, not how we work and what new leadership looks like. Whether it’s in the office five days a week or zero days a week doesn’t matter anymore, what matters is that systemic and deep-rooted processes and structures at work are much easier to change than change. thought so before. However, succession planning approaches will also have to adapt to changed frameworks and flattened reporting structures.

During lockdown and the rush to remote work, collaboration between different parts of the business has become more difficult and has created communication barriers and unnecessary levels of bureaucracy, which has reinforced silos within the organization. ‘business. Reflecting on all we’ve been through, companies that insist on reverting to the old work hierarchy model risk losing talent, as well as the access to innovation and creativity that alternative work models free. A more fluid work structure allows teams to change tactics more quickly and adapt more easily to changing demands. It also leaves more room for experts from other departments to move around the teams as needed. That said, leaders need to walk in with their eyes wide open, a distributed workforce – and the hierarchy that emerges to best support it – needs clear accountability. Ambiguity in job tasks and job ownership arises more easily in a distributed workforce, so constant communication about expectations is essential. So what alternative hierarchical models will emerge and what impact might this have on succession planning?

Different companies and industries will, of course, have different models that will emerge as predominant, but many will find that traditional hierarchies are an inappropriate framework on which to base the leadership structure of a distributed workforce. One of the main reasons for this is that it lends itself better to distributed power networks. Networks are decentralized and often lack visible leadership or figureheads, which has many advantages. However, a caveat to going too far the other way is that the opposite of a traditional hierarchy is one that is completely decentralized and solely dependent on self-organization and self-management to function. The most famous example of this so-called “holarctic” style is shoe retailer Zappos, which deployed a style of organization “without job titles or managers”, only to quickly discover that it was not the utopia of the worker he had envisioned. One of the disadvantages of the absence of formal power structures is that informal power structures emerge, often without accountability, creating an environment conducive to bullying and harassment. So the winner will likely be a mix of both styles, one that prioritizes skill and skill.

It is important to note that succession planning in the future should be about skills and not about favourites, as shown by the traditional culture of succession planning, which was based on direct lines of reporting and preparation of a person for a particular role. Indeed, research from Harvard Business School shows that the concept of an “old boys club” at work is real, and found that male-led men are promoted faster than any other group. A caveat is that this research was conducted when physical presence in the office was still the norm and it is too early to tell whether the shift to hybrid working will reduce the promotional effects of proximity bias. But the fact is that past promotions were largely based on factors that, in many cases, had little to do with competence and efficiency.

So what metrics will we use to identify potential successors and base promotions on the future, if not the markers of high visibility with peers or better friendship with the boss? Skills and impact, of course, because the top-notch skills needed to propel a business become more evident when everyone is less physically visible. Those with business-critical skills — relative to those in close proximity to the powers that be — will move into positions of power, depending on the respect they earn as subject matter experts. But this rise will not follow traditional hierarchical structures. Rather, more strongly matrix organizations will emerge due to this change in the characteristics a company values ​​in a leader and how it chooses who leads. A matrix structure makes it possible to rely on the “most qualified person” to make a decision, rather than x the “most experienced person”.

Matrix organizations aren’t necessarily new, dating back to 2016 and a Gallup poll reported that 84% of employees had experienced matrix working at some point, to varying degrees. But matrix organizations will become more common in a distributed workforce and one of the main reasons for this is that a key area where matrix organizations thrive is collaboration. Embracing new ways of collaborating — and collaborating with more people across the organization — has been one of the key wins of the pandemic. This is because a distributed workforce levels the playing field between remote and onsite workers and simply operates more cohesively, if the organizational structure is matrix-based. So the burning question is, do we still need bosses in a distributed workforce? The answer is yes – and probably more than one – because in matrix organizations, employees have more than one direct reporting line. But this manager will not look like the bosses of yesteryear because, while empowering teams[1]don’t need a manager to assign work, they still need someone to encourage, mentor and help them develop their skills. So an increase in leadership coaching among people at all levels of a company – not just the C-suite – will become more common. Above all else, adaptability, flexibility and resilience will be the keys to making a matrix hierarchical model thrive and distributed working encourages all three. As we adapt to the changes required in succession planning, leaders need to take a moment to reflect and focus on being a supporting force for their employees, enabling them to perform at their best and grow. ward off, rather than being an obstacle. We need to make an extra effort to clarify roles within the new structure that is emerging in the company. The alternative is to double down on control, cling to outdated management models and risk losing talented people.

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The sizzling “political matrix”; What will happen now? https://cox2008.com/the-sizzling-political-matrix-what-will-happen-now/ Mon, 16 May 2022 23:11:26 +0000 https://cox2008.com/the-sizzling-political-matrix-what-will-happen-now/

When Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, he set a milestone for a critical mass of world leaders who, like him, think in civilizational rather than national terms.

In the minds of these leaders, the stakes in Ukraine go far beyond the future of a former Soviet republic or the overhaul of the European security architecture.

Much like Mr. Putin’s ambition to establish a Russian world defined by the geography of Russian speakers and adherents of Russian culture rather than internationally recognized borders, men like Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi envision a 21st century world order. where civilizational aspirations trump national sovereignty, freedoms and minority rights

For them, the creation of a 21st century world order involves coercion and potentially, if need be, the use of military force to redraw the maps according to their sometimes downplayed aspirations.

This comes at the expense of the independence of countries like Ukraine, the rights of states bordering the South China Sea, and ethnic and religious minorities like Indian and Chinese Turkic Muslims, and potentially much of the world. non-Indian South Asia.

There is no doubt that Messrs. Xi and Modi are watching Ukraine closely for lessons. Mr. Putin crossed a Rubicon at enormous human, political and economic costs with no immediate potential reversal.

Mr. Xi has other fish to fry in the immediate future. It is unlikely to cross a similar Rubicon anytime soon to realize its ambitions in the South China Sea and Beijing’s one-China policy that sees Taiwan as an integral part of the mainland.

Neither does Mr. Modi, whose ideological focus embraces the concept of Akhand Bharat or an India that stretches from Afghanistan to Myanmar and encompasses nuclear-armed Pakistan as well as Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

US and European diplomats are gloating that since becoming prime minister in 2014, Mr Modi has refrained from publicly referring to Hindu nationalist geopolitical ambitions. He apparently last spoke publicly about those ambitions in a interview in 2012 when, as chief minister of Gujarat, he suggested that “Hindustan, Pakistan and Bangladesh should join”.

Nonetheless, one lesson the war in Ukraine offers is that the United States, Europe, and their Asian allies, at their peril, take civilizational aspirations lightly.

Despite US intelligence warnings and statements from civilizationalist, nationalist and far-right voices in Mr Putin’s immediate inner circle, many mistakenly believed that the Russian leader was playing bluff poker as the invasion approached but would not send troops in Ukraine.

“Although the notion of a Hindu Rashtra (Hindu nation) may seem far-fetched today, the same has been said of Putin’s expansionist ambitions until recently,” he said. political scientist and journalist Sushant Singh.

Six weeks into the invasion of Ukraine, a prominent Hindu nationalist activist with close ties to Mr Modi predicted, in the first indication of a timetable, that the aspirations of the Hindu nation could be realized in the next 15 years.

“You talked about 20-25 years, but if we increase our speed, I say 10-15 years… I don’t have the power at all… it’s with people. They have control. When they are ready, everyone’s behavior changes. We prepare them… We will walk together as an example, without fear. We will talk about non-violence, but we will walk with a stick. And this stick will be heavysaid Mohan Bhagwat, the head of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

The RSS, with some six million members, is Mr Modi’s political cradle which gave birth to his ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Founded nearly a century ago, the RSS is a right-wing militant Hindu nationalist paramilitary volunteer organization.

Mr. Singh noted that RSS schools across India are teaching the concept of Akhand Bharat. Additionally, an RSS editor produces a map of India’s “holy land” which includes Afghanistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Tibet.

Mr Modi’s policies, including his amended citizenship law of 2019 which provides a pathway to citizenship for Hindus in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan, but not Muslims, as well as the removal this year This is the autonomy of Jammu and Kashmir, India’s only Muslim majority. state, seemed to be nodding towards Akhand Bharat.

Indian Muslims are the third largest Muslim community in the world and make up 14% of India’s 1.4 billion people.

It may be long, but Mr Modi might be the one great civilizationalist leader with whom engagement has a chance of containing, if not taming, any irredentist instincts he may have. These instincts are likely one of the reasons why India has sought to take a middle course in the Ukraine crisis.

Unlike Russia and China, with whom battle lines have been or are being drawn, the engagement with India by the United States, Europe, Japan, South Korea South and other Asian states is largely based on a perceived shared geopolitical interest in countering China’s rise in the Indo-Pacific.

In a broadening of engagement that goes beyond existing close economic and political ties, including the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue or Quad, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has invited Modi to attend a Group summit in June. of 7 (G-7) in the Bavarian Alps.

The Quad is a strategic security dialogue between Australia, India, Japan and the United States, while the G-7 brings together Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Great Britain and the United States.

In another positive sign of engagement, Hindu and Muslim religious leaders and religious nationalists are quietly exploring whether they can find common ground in shared humanitarian values.

RSS Executive Committee member and former BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav said in an interview last week with this writer that “Eastern civilizations (and) Eastern religions all share the same civilizational value system.” Mr Madhav referred to Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism and “an Islam with an Eastern value system like Indonesian Islam”.

Mr Madhav, widely seen as a moderate among Hindu nationalists, was referring to a concept of humanitarian Islam promoted by Nahdlatul Ulama, the largest Muslim civil society movement in the world and in Indonesia.

Nahdlatul Ulama advocates the reform of what he calls “obsolete” and “problematic” elements of Islamic law, including those that promote segregation, discrimination and/or violence against anyone perceived to be non-Muslim. It further accepts the Universal Declaration of Human Rights without reservation and envisages interfaith relations based on shared common values.

Mr Madhav spoke on the eve of his second visit to Indonesia in two years for talks with Nahdlatul Ulama.

“Maybe we can all stand up and talk about these values…commit to these values, including respect for pluralism, inclusiveness and commitment to the idea of ​​the nation state, (and ) patriotism… If something can be worked out jointly, we would certainly be happy to do so,” Madhav said.

In Mr. Madhav’s mind, the RSS’s vision of Hindu nationalism or Hindutava already incorporates the principles of humanitarianism as articulated by Nahdlatul Ulama.

Critics of the movement reject this claim. Moreover, the alleged association of the RSS with widespread inter-communal violence and perceived discrimination of Indian Muslims calls it into question.

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Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market Expected to Grow at a Steady Rate 2021-2031 – SMU Daily Mustang https://cox2008.com/metal-matrix-composites-mmcs-market-expected-to-grow-at-a-steady-rate-2021-2031-smu-daily-mustang/ Fri, 13 May 2022 19:59:20 +0000 https://cox2008.com/metal-matrix-composites-mmcs-market-expected-to-grow-at-a-steady-rate-2021-2031-smu-daily-mustang/

the Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market should reach $788,280.4 million by 2030recording a 8.7% CAGR during the forecast period. Due to the high popularity of this product/service in North America and Asia, the growth trend of metal matrix composites (Mmcs) in recent years and growing consumer demand is expected to drive the global composites market metal matrix (Mmcs).

Regional Research Reports recently released this report examining new market trends and analyzing the maximum untapped opportunities that a business can seize in the coming years. This market study details size, share, growth, market characteristics, competitor pricing, company share, market trends and opportunities in the Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) industry and is broken down according to type, application and area of ​​consumption. metal matrix composites (Mmcs). The report also conducted Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, PESTEL Analysis, SWOT Analysis, Regulatory Landscape and Key Industry Buyers to study the major influencing factors and barriers to entry of the industry.

The Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market report provides detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, landscape competition, sales analysis, impact of national and global market players, value chain optimization. , trade regulations, recent developments, opportunity analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, regional market expansion and technological innovations.

Get a sample full PDF copy of the report @ https://www.regionalresearchreports.com/request-sample/metal-matrix-composites-mmcs-market/CM-1460

This report contains the market size and forecast of Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) globally, including the following market information:

  • Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market Revenue, 2018-2021, 2022-2030, (Million US$)
  • Top five global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) companies in 2021 (%)

In Chapter 3.4 of the report, the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry has been fully assessed. A comprehensive risk assessment and industry recommendations have been made for metal matrix composites (Mmcs) in a special period. This chapter also compares the Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19 markets. Additionally, Chapters 8-12 specifically include the impact of COVID-19 on each regional economy mentioned in the research study.

Regional Research Reports surveyed Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and industry experts on this industry, involving sales, revenue, demand, price trend, product type, recent development and plan, industry trends, drivers, challenges, barriers and potential risks.

Total market by segment:

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Type, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by type, 2021 (%)

  • fiber reinforced MMC
  • Whisker Reinforced MMC
  • MMC particulate reinforcement

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Application, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

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Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by application, 2021 (%)

  • Automobile industry
  • engineering industry

Global Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Market, by Region and Country, 2018-2021, 2022-2030 (USD Million)

Percentages of the global metal matrix composites (Mmcs) market segment, by region and country, 2021 (%)

  • North America
  • Europe

    • Germany
    • France
    • UK
    • Italy
    • Russia
    • Nordic countries
    • Benelux
    • The rest of Europe

  • Asia

    • China
    • Japan
    • South Korea
    • South East Asia
    • India
    • Rest of Asia

  • South America

    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Rest of South America

  • Middle East and Africa

    • Turkey
    • Israel
    • Saudi Arabia
    • United Arab Emirates
    • Rest of the Middle East and Africa

Competition analysis

The report also provides analysis of key market players including:

  • Revenue of major Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) companies in the global market, 2018-2021 (estimate), (USD Million)
  • Metal Matrix Composites (Mmcs) Key Company Revenue Share in Global Market, 2021 (%)
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What role does Christina Ricci play in Matrix Resurrections? https://cox2008.com/what-role-does-christina-ricci-play-in-matrix-resurrections/ Thu, 12 May 2022 04:46:10 +0000 https://cox2008.com/what-role-does-christina-ricci-play-in-matrix-resurrections/

Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith and… Is that Christina Ricci? How did she end up here?

Christine Ricci, the Emmy Award-winning performer and former teen star known for The Addams Family, Casper and, most recently, Yellowjackets, will appear in the fourth Matrix movie. She plays a minor role – blink and you’ll miss her – and she’ll be one of several dozen new characters introduced to Matrix aficionados.

Nonetheless, seeing the edgy former teen star in this legendary cyberpunk environment is entertaining for ’90s youth – who, after all, is The Matrix’s core demographic.

Here’s a story about the plot of Matrix 4: Neo is back in The Matrix, this time as Thomas Anderson, a world famous video game designer. What has been his most popular game so far? The Matrix Trilogy. After twenty years, Thomas’ supervisor approaches him and asks him to create the fourth installment of the Matrix trilogy. The meta-matrix appears.

Read also : Daisy Ridley’s Clever Response When Asked About Star Wars Return

In Matrix Resurrections, Christina Ricci plays Who?

Ricci makes a first appearance in the film as Gwyn de Vere. Gwyn is the CEO of the game company where Thomas works. Ironically, Warner Bros. owns this game company. Thomas and his creative team meet Gwyn after learning he must develop Matrix 4 or risk losing his contract.

“Above all, I know I speak for everyone when I say I’m thrilled to be working on a game that’s been so game-changing,” Gwyn told the band. She then hands them a folder that includes a Matrix newsgroup search.

“You’ll discover a breakdown inside, including keyword associations,” she exclaims. “The first two are ‘originality’ and ‘freshness’, which are important to remember when you start working on Matrix 4!” And how many others?

Thomas seemed to be the only one in the room to notice how stupid Gwyn looks when he says it. You don’t have to be a genius to figure out that filmmaker Lana Wachowski, who co-wrote the film with David Mitchell and Aleksandar Hemon, references his own experience when asked to do a fourth Matrix image.

Prior to The Matrix Resurrections, there were rumors in 2017 that Warner Bros. was going to reboot the series without the Wachowski sisters, who had openly said they didn’t want to make another Matrix movie. With that in mind, it’s easy to imagine Ricci’s character as one of many studio executives who pressured the Wachowski sisters to continue a franchise they said was over.

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What does the name Gwyn De Vere represent?

What role does Christina Ricci play in The Matrix Resurrections

From Neo to Morpheus, many names of The matrix franchise have symbolic meanings.

Gwyn de Vere’s name is not mentioned, but it could be a reference to Guinevere, queen and wife of King Arthur; the names sound surprisingly similar, like Morpheus and Orpheus, for example.

If one wants to get into speculation, this possible reference to Guinevere could be Lana’s way of acknowledging her distrust of executives when she was approached to do The Matrix Resurrections and during the sculpting process.

After all, she’s been portrayed as both a villain and a heroine in literature.

This is supported by Lana’s admission in an interview that she “never wanted to do another Matrix movie”. However, after her parents died, she felt it would be beneficial, and she has since said that “creating a story where two individuals came back to life was soothing and consoling”.

So maybe she’s implying by the character’s name that the insistence of Warner Bros. executives. for her to lead another sequel seemed annoying or awful at first, but ended up being a blessing in the end.

The Matrix Resurrections is in theaters now and available on HBO Max.

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Golden Matrix Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GMGI) carves out an enviable market share https://cox2008.com/golden-matrix-group-inc-nasdaq-gmgi-carves-out-an-enviable-market-share/ Tue, 10 May 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://cox2008.com/golden-matrix-group-inc-nasdaq-gmgi-carves-out-an-enviable-market-share/

NEW YORK, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWireGolden Matrix Group Inc. GMGI announces its establishment today in an editorial published by NetworkNewsWire (“NNW”), one of more than 50 trusted brands within the InvestorBrandNetwork (“IBN”), a multi-faceted financial information and publishing company for private and public entities.

To view the full publication, “Online Gaming — A Sure Bet”, please visit: https://www.nnw.fm/d41xY

With the online gaming market set to explode to over $130 billion over the next five years, there might be a smarter way to cash in on the action. Much like traders who made millions during the gold boom while prospectors searched for dreams, providing B2B services such as online gaming platforms, systems and gaming content has proven to be a winning business model.

After experiencing its 14th consecutive quarter of profitability, Golden Matrix Group Inc. GMGI continues to carve out an enviable market share by delivering state-of-the-art configurable and scalable B2B gaming platforms to its customers worldwide. Golden Matrix’s gaming IP includes sophisticated tools for user marketing, acquisition, retention and monetization – exactly what iGaming operators need. With over 580 unique casino operations, over 30 partnerships, over 6 million end users and 3,161 original games, Golden Matrix has established itself as one of the world’s leading providers of turnkey gaming platforms and in white-label, esports technology and gaming content, and the company has even bigger plans to dominate the market.

About Golden Matrix Group Inc.

Golden Matrix Group, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is an established gaming technology company that develops and owns online gaming intellectual property and builds configurable and scalable white label B2B gaming platforms for its global clients, located primarily in the Asia-Pacific region. The company’s gaming intellectual property includes marketing, acquisition, retention and user monetization tools. GMGI’s platform is accessible through desktop and mobile applications. Through its 80% majority stake in UK-based RKings Competitions Ltd., Golden Matrix also generates revenue from RKings’ scalable B2C tournament platform.

For more information about the company, visit www.GoldenMatrix.com

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Matrix Service begins construction – GuruFocus.com https://cox2008.com/matrix-service-begins-construction-gurufocus-com/ Mon, 09 May 2022 23:11:00 +0000 https://cox2008.com/matrix-service-begins-construction-gurufocus-com/

TULSA, Okla., May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Matrix Service Company (MTRX) today announced that its subsidiary, Matrix Service Inc. (“Matrix Service”) has begun construction of a boron facility at Small Scale (SSBF) for 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. in Newberry Springs, CA.

“We are excited to advance our SSBF with Matrix Service, a US-listed full-service contractor. This facility, which targets the first production of boron, a key catalyst for decarbonization applications, will serve as the first new source of U.S.-based boron production in more than 50 years,” said Henri Tausch, President and CEO of management of 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. “The SSBF and the ongoing large-scale boron-lithium complex will strengthen U.S. supply as it will provide a new domestic source of materials, critical to the security of U.S. infrastructure for the transition energy and food safety applications.”

The facility is expected to be operational by the end of calendar year 2022 and will enable product sales, additional technology partnerships and pave the way for the development of advanced boron materials.

“As a leading contractor to the advanced materials and chemical industries, we are extremely proud to have been selected by 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. to build this critical infrastructure, which will expand their ability to provide materials to the market. advanced boron solutions,” said John R. Hewitt, President and CEO of Matrix Service Company. “We look forward to further strengthening our relationship with 5E and completing this first phase safely, with the highest quality, on time and on budget.”

About Matrix Service Company

Matrix Service Company (MTRX), through its subsidiaries, is a North American leader in industrial engineering, construction and maintenance. .

The Company reports financial results in three key operating segments: Utilities and Power Infrastructure, Industrial Process and Facilities, and Storage and Terminal Solutions.

By focusing on sustainability, creating strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and living our core values, Matrix is ​​ranked among the top contractors by Engineering-News Record, has been recognized for the diversification of its Board of Directors, is an active CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion signatory, and is recognized as a Great Place to Work®. To learn more about Matrix Service Company, visit www.matrixservicecompany.com and read our inaugural sustainability report.

For more information about Matrix, please contact:

Kevin S. Cavanah Kelly Smith
Matrix Services Company Matrix Services Company
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Senior Director, Investor Relations
Such. : 918-838-8822 Such. : 918-359-8267
E-mail: [email protected] E-mail: [email protected]

About 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. 5E Advanced Materials, Inc. (FEAM, Financial) (ASX: 5EA) is positioned to become a vertically integrated global leader in advanced BORON+ materials, with a focus on decarbonization. BORON+ products target high value-added critical applications in the field of electric transport, clean energy, food and homeland security. 5E’s advanced materials business leverages its low-cost, low-environmental-impact boron resource in Southern California, which is designated critical infrastructure by the U.S. government and is the largest new conventional boron deposit. known to the world. 5E’s resource quality, domestic source of supply, and downstream processing capabilities provide a competitive advantage given customer product specifications, resource scarcity, and dependence on one supply. unstable international. There is a growing call for a new stable source of BORON+ as demand in the US and rest of the world accelerates and 5E is strategically positioned to answer that call. We are in the right place, at the right time, with the right asset.

For more information, contact:

Chance Pipitone Investor Relations – United States
[email protected]
Phone: +1 (346) 433-8912

Chris Sullivan, Media
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Phone: +1 (917) 902-0617

This release contains forward-looking statements that are made in reliance on the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such statements are generally accompanied by words such as “anticipate”, “continue”, “expect “, ” provide “. “, “outlook”, “believe”, “estimate”, “should” and “will” and words of similar effect which convey future meaning, relating to the operations of the Company, economic performance and the best judgment of the direction as to what might happen in the future. Future events involve risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those we currently anticipate. Actual results for current and future periods and other business developments will depend on a number of economic, competitive and other influences, including the factors discussed in the “Risk Factors” and “Forward-Looking Statements” sections. and elsewhere in reports and filings made from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Many of these risks and uncertainties are beyond the Company’s control, and any one of them, or a combination thereof, could have a material and adverse effect on the Company’s results of operations and financial condition. . We assume no obligation to update the information contained in this press release.

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Will County at Medium COVID Risk

Will County has now been moved up at a medium community risk level for COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The change was made due to rising metrics in the region, such as case rates per 100,000 population currently at over 200, last recorded at 239.6. DuPage County had already been moved to the medium risk category, currently showing 365.69 cases per 100,000 population. In the medium-risk category, people at high risk of serious illness are advised to ask their doctor whether to wear a mask or take extra precautions, According to the CDC. There are currently 14 counties in Illinois at the medium risk level, with the rest at low.

Matrix Club gets liquor licenses, no bottle service

The matrix club obtained three liquor licenses, but not its application for bottle service, at the Naperville Liquor Commission meeting on Thursday. The club owner proposed a hybrid model of bottle service where customers would be allowed to purchase the bottles, but trained staff would manage them and pour the drinks, rather than having the bottle open at the table for self-service. The liquor commissioners rejected the idea and instead suggested suspending the request for bottle service until the business had been operational for some time. Commissioners voted in favor of three liquor licenses for the business at 808 S. Route 59. One permits liquor service at the restaurant; another the service of alcohol and spirits before and during performances in the theater space; and the third, to provide alcohol service at catered events. The opening date for the entertainment hall, restaurant and banquet hall has not yet been set.

The exterior seats of the lantern

In other Liquor Commission news, Lantern obtained an extension of its outdoor terrace. The general manager of the downtown Naperville restaurant and bar told commissioners that the extra outdoor seating helped keep the business afloat as the pandemic was at its peak. They plan to adjust outdoor seating, moving tables from Washington Street to Chicago Avenue to better handle service. To accommodate The Lantern’s request, the commissioners increased the number of permits to sit outside the town center on public roads from five to six.

Rt. 59 Road Safety Initiative

On Monday, May 9, Naperville Police will join other northern Illinois law enforcement for a traffic safety initiative along Route 59. Patrols will be with an additional eye on speeding, distracted driving and traffic violations. seat belt, as well as other safety violations. The campaign, dubbed “59 on 9/5” is intended to help reduce the number of accidents along the Rt. 59 corridor. Ten police services as well as the Illinois State Police District 15 will be part of it.

A pint for Kim

The third annual “A Pint for Kim” blood drive will take place this Saturday at the JA Air Center at Aurora Airport. This year, organizers hope to collect 800 pints of blood to set a new state record for single-day, one-location drives. The “A pint for KimBlood drives are being held in honor of Naperville resident Kimberley Sandford, who died in 2020 of a rare cancer. This year’s event will feature free airplane rides, a car show, an inflatable entertainment area, princess visits and live music. Each blood donor will receive ten tickets to a raffle with over $30,000 in prizes as well as a ticket to a free item from one of the event’s food trucks. Registration for a time slot Donating is encouraged, although walk-ins are accepted until 3:30 p.m. The event runs from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Conduent Named a Leader in Everest Group’s 2022 PEAK Matrix® Healthcare Payment Operations Assessment https://cox2008.com/conduent-named-a-leader-in-everest-groups-2022-peak-matrix-healthcare-payment-operations-assessment/ Thu, 05 May 2022 16:45:00 +0000 https://cox2008.com/conduent-named-a-leader-in-everest-groups-2022-peak-matrix-healthcare-payment-operations-assessment/

FLORHAM PARK, NJ, May 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Incorporated Duct CNDTa business process services and solutions company, today announced that it has been recognized as a Leader in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix® 2022 Healthcare Payment Operations Assessment.

Conduent positions itself as a leader in market impact (market adoption, portfolio composition, and customer value) and vision and capability (strategy, service reach, innovation and investments, and delivery). According to Everest Group, key differentiators contributing to Conduent’s position were the availability of multiple operating models and value-added service offerings – including customer communication management, usage management, enrollment, claims management and payment integrity – enabling payers to respond quickly to changing needs. .

“The payer business process services market emerged from a brief period of stagnation in 2021 as the shock waves of the COVID-19 pandemic subsided. As a result, healthcare plans sought modular offerings and integrated to fill gaps caused by outdated, legacy systems and meet demand for high-impact, experience-driven areas such as member engagement and care management,” said Ankur Verma, Director of practice, Everest Group.”Conduent’s focus on building core capabilities in these areas aligns well with market demand. Its offerings across the entire healthcare value chain, combined with a flexible delivery model, have made it a leader.

Bill Nicholson, Managing Director, Commercial Healthcare at Conduent, said, “Everest Group’s recognition is an important recognition of our deep understanding of complex healthcare processes and emerging payer needs in an increasingly competitive marketplace. The strategic investments we are making to maintain a leadership position also reflects our commitment to providing the full range of services and solutions to help our clients gain efficiencies, maintain regulatory compliance, improve the member experience and stay agile in the face of constant change. »

The company’s ranking by Everest Group as a leader for healthcare payer operations follows recent recognition as a “Rising Star” in the ISG Provider Lens™ Healthcare Digital Services Report 2021 for the United States. here.

About Everest Group
Everest Group is a research company focused on strategic computing, business services, engineering services and procurement. Our research also covers the technologies that power these processes and functions, as well as the associated talent trends and strategies. Our clients include leading global companies, service and technology providers and investors. Clients use our services to guide their journeys to maximize operational and financial performance, transform experiences, and achieve high-impact business results. Details and in-depth content are available at www.everestgrp.com.

About Conduent
Conduent delivers mission-critical services and solutions on behalf of businesses and governments, creating exceptional results for its customers and the millions of people who rely on them. Through our dedicated people, processes, and technologies, Conduent solutions and services improve customer experience, increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve performance for most Fortune 100 companies and more than 500 government entities. . Whether it’s reaching three out of four policyholders and providing 45% of SNAP payments in the United States or enabling 1.3 billion customer service interactions and empowering 10 million employees with services Worldwide HR, Conduent services and solutions interact with millions of people every day and drive our customers’ operations forward. Learn more about https://www.conduent.com.

Media contacts:
Sharon Lakes, Conduent, +1-214-592-7637, Sharon.Lakes2@conduent.com

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Giles Goodburn, driver, +1-203-216-3546, ir@conduent.com

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