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Influencer marketing in the DACH region on track to become a billion euro industry

* Goldmedia publishes landmark study on the volume of influencer marketing in the DACH region
* The influencer marketing market in the DACH region is expected to net nearly BEUR 1 (MEUR 990) by 2020, according to Goldmedia forecast

Influencer marketing in the DACH region on track to become a billion euro industry

© Goldmedia 2018, net revenue Influencer Marketing 2017-2020, region DACH

Berlin, August 07, 2018. Influencer marketing has become one of the most important areas of activity for marketers in the digital sphere and is about to evolve into a billion euro market in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH), a new study by German management consulting firm Goldmedia shows. According to the report, around 30,000 German-speaking Instagrammers, YouTubers, etc. were active in the DACH region in 2017 and generated a total net revenue (monetary and non-monetary) of MEUR 560. Over the next few years, the market is likely to experience annual growth of 20% and generate nearly BEUR 1 by 2020. Influencer marketing is therefore no longer considered to be a marketing trend; it has now become mainstream.

If professionalization within the industry continues and overall macroeconomic development in the Eurozone remains stable, then the influencer marketing market could be valued at more than MEUR 800 in Germany alone by 2020. This would then amount to one sixth of the net revenue generated via TV advertising in Germany.

These are some of the results revealed by the new market study „Influencer Marketing in the DACH Region: Market Structure, Size and Future Outlook“ conducted by Goldmedia www.Goldmedia.com, a research and management consulting group based in Germany. The study provides the first authoritative and detailed analysis of the market for influencer marketing in the DACH region.

++ Influencers generate most of their revenue on YouTube and Instagram

The Goldmedia study focuses on primary personal influencers who have at least 10,000 followers on their social media profiles. These influencers“ sources of income are diverse: in addition to receiving direct payment for sponsored photos, videos or stories, influencers also receive both monetary and non-monetary rewards, such as payments from affiliate programs, free samples of products, invitations to events, travel allowances etc. However, direct monetary compensation that influencers receive for sponsored posts is by far the predominant source of revenue.

Instagram and YouTube are the most important social media platforms for influencers, with more than half of the total revenue from sponsored posts being generated via these social media platforms (see chart below).

++ The market needs to see professionalisation in terms of stakeholder roles and standards

Influencer marketing has left the experimental phase and has instead become an integral part of an increasing number of organisations“ marketing activities. However, the parties and processes involved need to undergo further professionalisation in order to ensure sustainable market growth. This includes, but is not limited to, the influencers themselves. For example, influencers should focus on one field of interest instead of cooperating with organisations from many different industries. Furthermore, promotional content on influencers“ channels needs to be delineated more clearly and consistently, otherwise influencers risk losing their most important assets: authenticity and trustworthiness.

(The German version of this press release was published in March 2018.)

Source: Study „Influencer Marketing in the DACH Region: Market Structure, Size and Future Outlook“
This study concerning influencer marketing in Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland provides market figures and forecasts for the years 2017 to 2020. It is based on an extensive scenario analysis which relies on social media analytics data, information from 1,000+ influencers and in-depth interviews with industry professionals. The market volume reported comprises all monetary and non-monetary revenue streams. The study also features a detailed description of the market structure and its players, and influencers are also categorised. Different social media channels and revenue sources are analysed in terms of relevancy for influencer marketing and success. Growth drivers are also identified.

For further information and to purchase the study, please visit: https://www.goldmedia.com/en/publications

Goldmedia is a research and management consulting group with a focus on media, entertainment and telecommunications. Goldmedia has been helping national and international clients to face challenges relating to digital transformation since 1998. Business activities include consultancy services, research, political analysis and advising staff. Goldmedia has offices in Berlin and Munich. For further information, please visit our website www.Goldmedia.com

Company-Contact
Goldmedia GmbH
Dr. Katrin Penzel
Oranienburger Str. 27
10117 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-246 266-0
Fax: +49-30-246 266-66
E-Mail: info@Goldmedia.de
Url: http://www.Goldmedia.com

Press
Goldmedia GmbH
Dr. Katrin Penzel
Oranienburger Str. 27
10117 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-246 266-0
E-Mail: Presse@Goldmedia.de
Url: http://www.Goldmedia.com

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CGI-C: Hybrid Studio live

hl-studios aus Erlangen präsentierte das Hybrid Studio auf dem CGI-Congress in Osnabrück

CGI-C: Hybrid Studio live

(Foto: hl-studios, Erlangen) Jürgen Hinterleithner präsentiert auf dem CGI-C das Hybrid Studio live

Die Zukunft von Film und Fotografie live erleben – das konnten die Besucher des CGIC vor ein paar Tagen in Osnabrück. Das Hybrid Studio ist die Innovation im Bereich Film und Fotografie von hl-studios GmbH aus Erlangen. Auf dem CGIC wurden die Messebesucher Zeuge, wie im Hybrid Studio digitale und analoge Welt in Echtzeit verschmelzen.

„Mit dem Hybrid Studio können CGI-Produzenten, Filmschaffende und Fotografen spielend leicht zusammenarbeiten und gemeinsam noch kreativere Ergebnisse erzielen“, sagt Wenzel Naumann, verantwortlich für den Messeauftritt von hl-studios auf dem CGI-Congress. Dort wurde der Messestand der Agentur für zwei Tage zum Hybrid Studio, in das Kreative für Film- und Fotoproduktionen direkt in virtuelle 3D-Welten eintauchen und mit ihnen interagieren konnten.

Das Hybrid Studio ist nur dabei eine logische Konsequenz der täglichen Arbeit von hl-studios. Die Agentur aus Erlangen hat sich auf Industriekommunikation spezialisiert. Und ist damit jeden Tag dran an Trends wie etwa Immersion oder Digitalisierung. Tag für Tag werden Projekte zur Digitalisierung und Industrie 4.0 abgewickelt. Immersive Kommunikation ist Kernthema von hl-studios im Bereich Messekommunikation.

„Wir kennen uns mit der Digitalisierung gut aus und wollten einen Schritt weitergehen“, erklärt Jürgen Hinterleithner, Firmengründer und Geschäftsführer von hl-studios. Für hl-studios heiße dies, so Hinterleithner, Innovationen nicht nur zu verstehen, sondern selbst welche zu erschaffen. Und Trends wie Immersion nicht nur zu erkennen, sondern sie auch in Technologien zu überführen und in anderen Bereichen wie Film- und Fotoproduktion anwendbar zu machen. „Genau das ist uns mit dem Hybrid-Studio gelungen. Wir haben selbst eine digitale Innovation kreiert – zum Nutzen unserer Kunden.“

Weitere Informationen: https://www.hl-studios.de

hl-studios ist eine inhabergeführte Agentur für Industriekommunikation. Über 100 Mitarbeiter engagieren sich seit 1991 in Erlangen und seit 2014 in Berlin für Markt- und Innovationsführer der Industrie. Das Portfolio reicht von Strategie und Konzeption über 3D/CGI-Animationen, Print, Film, Foto, Hybrid Studio, Public Relations, Interactive online und offline, interaktive Messemodelle, AR-und VR-Techniken, Apps, OLED Displays, Touch-Applikationen, interaktive Messemodelle, Messen und Events bis hin zur Markenführung.

Contact
hl-studios GmbH – Agentur für Industriekommunikation
Hans-Jürgen Krieg
Reutleser Weg 6
91058 Erlangen
Phone: 09131 – 75780
Fax: 09131 757875
E-Mail: hans-juergen.krieg@hl-studios.de
Url: https://www.hl-studios.de

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Revenues in the German Video-on-Demand market are growing faster than ever before

+ Goldmedia publishes new market forecasts on the Pay Video- on-Demand market (SVOD, TVOD, EST) in Germany from 2018 to 2023
+ Total revenues (gross) are anticipated to more than double from 1.1 billion euros (2017) to 2.5 billion euros by 2023

Revenues in the German Video-on-Demand market are growing faster than ever before

© Goldmedia 2018, Revenues (gross) Pay VOD market Germany 2018-2023

Berlin, 11. June 2018. Video-on-Demand (VOD) is turning into a mass market. At the end of 2017, 18 per cent of all German households were subscribing to at least one paid-for Video-on-Demand service. The market appears to be on an unabated growth trajectory and the boom in the Pay VOD market (SVOD, TVOD, EST) is seeing revenues soar through the roof. Total revenues (gross) at the end of 2017 amounted to 1.1 billion euros and are anticipated to more than double within only five years, climbing to 2.5 billion euros by 2023.

These figures have recently been published in the report ‚Pay VOD in Germany – 2018-2023 Forecast‘ by the consulting and research group Goldmedia ( www.Goldmedia.com). This industry report includes an up-to-date market analysis and forecasts on paid-for Video-on-Demand services in Germany up to 2023.

++ Currently 30 providers in the German market with new players in the starting blocks

Amazon Prime Video Service and Netflix continue to lead the pack in the German VOD market. Netflix primarily focuses on SVOD (subscription video on demand), whilst Amazon“s video offering is integrated into its Prime service where video titles can be either rented or purchased (TVOD = transactional VOD and EST = electronic sell-through).

Other important players in the German Pay VOD market are Sky (front runner in the classic pay-TV market), Maxdome (subsidiary of the ProSiebenSat.1 Group), Apple“s iTunes and Google“s Playstore. Specialist sports streaming services such as DAZN and Eurosport are also seeing an increase in users.
The market is not likely to run out of steam in the near future. The forecast suggests that it is more likely that the competitive landscape will soon start shifting in this rapidly growing market. Global service providers are already in the starting blocks with their new VOD platforms.

++ Attractive content and improved availability are important drivers

Subscription-based VOD (SVOD) services account for by far the highest share of turnover in the German paid-for VOD market with a share of 74 per cent (2017). Goldmedia forecasts that this segment is capable of achieving an 80per cent share by 2023. The leading players in the SVOD market are focusing heavily on producing their own original content. However, licensed titles that are streamed via TVOD and EST are also popular among users, especially new feature films which are available to view on demand just a few months after they have been released in cinemas.
In addition to attractive content, one of the most important market drivers is the way in which the services have become more convenient to access at any time of the day via smart TVs or special streaming devices such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick. The growing number of households with high-speed broadband connections is also boosting VOD“s technical reach. The rural market is continuing to play catch-up and it is anticipated that huge potential will be unlocked in these areas in particular. Goldmedia predicts that every other household with a broadband connection will subscribe to a VOD service by 2019.

++ Wrangling over exclusive rights is driving spiralling prices. Sport is becoming increasingly important.

The wide range of content in the Video on Demand market is continually growing. Content that serves niche markets such as children“s programming and independent films has been available for a while now. The sports segment is continuing to gain further ground which is evident in the way that VOD service providers are vying to gain exclusive rights to stream sports events. For example, the first match of the 2017/2018 Bundesliga football season could only be viewed on the internet (via Eurosport Player).

++Source: Goldmedia study „Pay VOD in Germany – 2018-2023 Forecast“
All the information included in this press release is taken from the Goldmedia study ‚Pay VOD in Germany – 2018-2023 Forecast‘ (June 2018). The study examines in detail the market for paid-for Video-on-Demand services in Germany (SVOD, TVOD, EST) and includes analyses of service providers, business models, potential revenue and potential usage figures up to 2023. Turnover figures are based on VOD usage which have been measured as part of the Goldmedia VOD ratings www.vod-ratings.de This has been used to calculate end user prices (gross), taking into account discounts or free months. All revenue from fees charged for the Amazon Prime service has been included, however, only for customers who actually use the Prime Video service. For further information, please visit www.goldmedia.com

For further information and to purchase the study, please visit: https://www.goldmedia.com/en/publications

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Goldmedia is a research and management consulting group with a focus on media, entertainment and telecommunications. Goldmedia has been helping national and international clients to face challenges relating to digital transformation since 1998. Business activities include consultancy services, research, political analysis and advising staff. Goldmedia has offices in Berlin and Munich. For further information, please visit our website www.Goldmedia.com

Company-Contact
Goldmedia GmbH
Dr. Katrin Penzel
Oranienburger Str. 27
10117 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-246 266-0
Fax: +49-30-246 266-66
E-Mail: Katrin.Penzel@Goldmedia.de
Url: http://www.Goldmedia.com

Press
Goldmedia GmbH
Dr. Katrin Penzel
Oranienburger Str. 27
10117 Berlin
Phone: +49-30-246 266-0
E-Mail: Presse@Goldmedia.de
Url: http://www.Goldmedia.com

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All your online media files and profiles in one place

The revolution of media organization is here

All your online media files and profiles in one place

MovBoxx

Today, billions of media files are hosted on tons of different platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud, Slideshare, Instagram and much much more and than scattered to websites, blogs or social media. Keeping track of only relevant and interesting stuff is almost impossible – for consumers as well as corporates.

Straight from Berlin, Germany there comes MovBoxx to tackle the existing problem of collecting and organizing all your mediafiles, profiles and even just your impressions.

MovBoxx offers a great opportunity to collect all kind of media files in a complete new and super easy way with just one simple click to get access to them anytime, anywhere & on any device. MovBoxx actually focuses on videos, music & slides but also texts and pictures are in the pipeline. Focused on straight-forward and high-end user experience, MovBoxx is your place to go when it comes to collecting & organizing various mediafiles and profiles from platforms like Youtube, Vimeo, Soundcloud, Slideshare or even Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and many more but also exploring amazing content from pages you never heard about.

The international founding team brings more than 45+ years of experience in UI & UX Design, Full-stack development, AI, Finance Advisory, Strategy- & Business Development to the table. Since public beta go-live 4 months ago, MovBoxx already received some remarkable international awareness:

– Top300 of Power of Ideas (India) backed by Facebook
– Top50 of WeXelerate – Batch 2 (Vienna)
– Winner of RockTech (Paris)
– Collaboration with a Top3 media house in Vienna, Austria
– Expert Speaker invitation for the Mobile Marketing Innovation Day (Vienna)

MovBoxx is still in early stage, but things are evolving day by day. But like growing a great flower it needs some water and some love. This is why MovBoxx is looking forward to extend strategic & corporate partnerships and also raise the first investment round.

It seems MovBoxx could be a real interesting and handy tool to fix the problem of losing track within the jungle of media files out there.

MovBoxx offers solutions for both sides. B2C & B2B clients will find some amazing solution to structure their mediafiles, profiles and impressions.

The B2C version is online under www.movboxx.com and still updated on regular bases with great new features to make it even more easier, faster & safer. The B2B version is currently under development based on requirements of existing corporate partners.

For all questions, interest to participate in the investment round or explore partnerships, please get in touch via sales@movboxx.com

If you want to know more about MovBoxx – here are some profiles to follow:
Youtube ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdbhKgwM7ONmzSV_9A0s6ww)
Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/MovBoxx-150678785132102)
Twitter ( https://twitter.com/movboxx)

Start your own channels now and see what Movboxx can do for you.

MovBoxx – Keep your things organized.
www.movboxx.com

Keep your things organized!

Contact
MovBoxx
Pascal Hoffmann
Scharnhorststraße 24
10115 Berlin
Phone: 01624205099
E-Mail: p.hoffmann@movboxx.com
Url: http://www.movboxx.com

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UGANDA CALLING by G+ Creatives

Kick-off Event 5/24/2018

UGANDA CALLING by G+ Creatives

design by Sophie Gruber (Source: @George Stanley Nsamba)

Creative, independent businesses define the new African wealth. UGANDA CALLING is the movement of developing constructive strategies for sustainable business structures. G+ Creatives, agency & talent factory, cordially invites all vionaries to join their kick-off event on May, 24th in 2018 from 7 – 11 pm at Impact HUB Berlin.

With the spirit of being the change the recurring event format UGANDA CALLING acts as a platform for digital artists and creatives located in East Africa. In addition to the presentation of aspring film & media artists there will be an open space for networking and exchanging ideas. The next event will take place on July, 5th 2018 in Kampala.

UGANDA CALLING
*Kick-off Event*
24th of May 2018
7 – 11 pm

Impact HUB Berlin – Friedrichstr. 246 – 10969 Berlin

Evening program

6.30 – 7 pm — Welcoming
7 – 8 pm — Film screening, presentation & special guests
8 – 11 pm –Think tank & networking

The event takes place in friendly association with the Embassy of Uganda in Berlin.

Background

After overcoming the political uncertainties that characterized much of 2017, Uganda“s economic outlook for 2018 is aspiring. By contrast to a large pool of qualified professionals there is a lack of solid vocational training especially in digital businesses.
Claudia Greiner, founder & director of G+ Creatives, felt this great potential while scouting talents in June 2017. Seeing all these highly skilled creatives trapped in the cycle of autocratic structures gave her a pause for thought. In the end this made her stay. For G+ Creatives Claudia developed a business model integrating practical training into regular jobs. With her team of five contributors at the German site and nine professionals located in Kampala, the first project of the young company is going to be realized in the period from June until December 2018.

Talent. Creativity. Impact.
This is why we“re here.
G+ Creatives is a young running agency creating jobs and vocational training for talents all over the world.

Press contact:
Anna Rohrbach // anna@gcreatives.de // 0049-1575-6776141

Agency and talent factory for the establishment of independent, sustainable business
structures in film & media production on the African continent.

Company-Contact
Founder & director
Claudia Greiner
Weserstraße 54
12045 Berlin
Phone: 0176-62985617
E-Mail: claudia@gcreatives.de
Url: https://www.gcreatives.de/

Press
PR Manager
Anna Rohrbach
Motzstraße 28
10777 Berlin
Phone: 015756776141
E-Mail: anna@gcreatives.de
Url: https://www.gcreatives.de/

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ICU-Domains: Tell „I see you“ to your followers, friends, fans or customers

ICU-Domains: Tell "I see you" to your followers, friends, fans or customers

Literal: I see you (Source: Septimiu88)

„I see you!“ That’s what the ICU-Domains stand for. „I see you“ is positive – positive like the song of the same name by Leona Lewis. „I see you“ – that may be the date between friends or maybe lovers for some time in the future: „I’ll see you later“. Even „I see“ is positive, because it also means „I understand“. So „I see you“ could perhaps also be interpreted as „I understand you“. And what could be better than being understood by a human being?

What does the registry tell?
„Our three distinct letters give users the flexibility to choose the best name to the left of the dot while using a generic extension to the right.“

The Icu-domain is the domain for websites, targeting people, who are near you:
– friends
– followers
– customers
– readers

“ ‚I See You‘ is present, online and live with your customers, readers and followers 24/7.“

A website address like https://www.facebook.com/hanspeter.oswald.7 is hard to be remembered, but if you register a domain like hans.icu and re-direct it to your facebook site, you will own a facebook page with a memorable name.

Hans-Peter Oswald

http://www.domainregistry.de/icu-domain.html (English)
http://www.domainregistry.de/icu-domains.html (Deutsch)

Abdruck und Veroeffentlichung honorarfrei! Der Text
kann veraendert werden. Weitere gemeinfreie Fotos können angefordert werden.

Secura GmbH ist ein von ICANN akkreditierter Registrar für Top Level Domains. Secura kann generische Domains registrieren, also z.B..com, .net etc. und darüber hinaus fast alle aktiven Länder-Domains registrieren.

2018 zählte die Secura GmbH bei dem Industriepreis zu den besten. Secura gewann 2016 den Ai Intellectual Property Award „als Best International Domain Registration Firm – Germany“. Beim „Innovationspreis-IT der Initiative Mittelstand 2016“ wurde Secura als Innovator qualifiziert und wurde beim „Innovationspreis-IT der Initiative Mittelstand 2016“ im Bereich e-commerce auch als einer der Besten ausgezeichnet. Beim Innovationspreis-IT der Initiative Mittelstand 2012 und beim Industriepreis 2012 landete Secura GmbH unter den Besten. Beim HOSTING & SERVICE PROVIDER AWARD 2012 verfehlte Secura nur knapp die Gewinner-Nominierung.

Seit 2013 ist Secura auch bei den Neuen Top Level Domains sehr aktiv. Secura meldet Marken für die Sunrise Period als Official Agent des Trade Mark Clearinghouse an.

Kontakt: Secura@domainregistry.de
http://www.domainregistry.de

ICANN-Registrar Secura GmbH
Hans Peter Oswald
Frohnhofweg 18
50858 Köln
Germany
Phone: +49 221 2571213
Fax: +49 221 9252272
secura@web.de
http://www.domainregistry.de
http://www.com-domains.com

Contact
Secura GmbH
Hans-Peter Oswald
Frohnhofweg 18
50858 Köln
Phone: +49 221 2571213
E-Mail: secura@domainregistry.de
Url: http://www.domainregistry.de

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Hong Kong National Film Festival

Hong Kong National Film Festival is one of the prestigious film festivals held in the world, annually taking place in Hong Kong

Hong Kong National Film Festival

Hong Kong National Film Festival (Source: www.hongkongnationalfilmfestival.com/)

On May 27, 2017 in the Kowloon Walled City (Hong Kong) the annual Hong Kong National Film Festival was held. This event featured 13 films in various genres: drama, documentary, animated film, etc. None of the participants of the Hong Kong National Film Festival were deprived of attention! The winners were awarded certificates, and all those who were a little less lucky this year were awarded memorable prizes and awards.

The atmosphere of the event allowed each viewer to live all the stories that were shown on the screen. Bright impressions, lively discussion and new interesting acquaintances made this evening unforgettable!

If for some reason you didn“t manage to visit this wonderful festival – we look forward to seeing you next year! Do not miss your chance to plunge into the fabulous atmosphere of cinema.

Festival Description:

We will accept feature-length dramas, shorts, documentaries, and animated films and videos. Hong Kong National Film Festival, one of the world’s coolest film festivals is looking for the best films from around the planet.

Mission & Objective

Hong Kong National Film Festival is one of the prestigious film festivals held in the world, annually taking place in Hong Kong at: UA Cine Moko, Hall 3, L4, Moko, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

The Hong Kong National Film Festival organizes industry seminars with a wide range of topics, from sessions aimed at young film-makers to very technically focused seminars run by Sony and Canon.

About The Festival
We will accept feature-length dramas, shorts, documentaries, and animated films and videos. Hong Kong National Film Festival, one of the world’s coolest film festivals is looking for the best films from around the planet.

Follow Us :
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/HongKongFilmFestival/?ref=bookmarks
Festival“s Website: www.hongkongnationalfilmfestival.com/
Festival Submission Page: www.worldfilmpresentation.com/Festival/hong-kong-national-film-festival
Filmfreeway: filmfreeway.com/festival/HongKongNationalFilmFestival

Hong Kong National Film Festival is one of the prestigious film festivals held in the world, annually taking place in Hong Kong

Company-Contact
Hong Kong National Film Festival
alex chang
Hall 3, L4, Moko, 193 Prince Edward Road West 193
361003 Kowloon Walled
Phone: +852 3180 9388
E-Mail: hongkongnationalfilmfestival@yahoo.com
Url: http://www.hongkongnationalfilmfestival.com/

Press
Hong Kong National Film Festival
alex chang
Hall 3, L4, Moko, 193 Prince Edward Road West 193
361003 Kowloon Walled
Phone: +852 3180 9388
E-Mail: alexchang2017@outlook.com
Url: http://www.hongkongnationalfilmfestival.com/

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Live at the FESPA Europe 2017 Ghost White Toner Transfer

Live at the FESPA Europe 2017 Ghost White Toner Transfer

FESPA Logo

White prints on fabrics and other materials is nothing totally new. Unfortunately, the most white printing solutions are expensive systems designed only for this single purpose.

With Ghost White Toner, though, printing and transferring white designs is cost-effective and easy.

Ghost GmbH, a start-up from Düsseldorf, Germany, presents its toner transfer solution for everyone. By replacing the black toner cartridge with the Ghost White Toner cartridge every laser printer can be turned into a white ton-er printer. White designs can be printed directly onto transfer foils, stickers and colored paper. Ghost White Toner cartridges are available for a large number of different HP, Canon and Lexmark laser printers.

White prints can be transferred to all kinds of materials such as fabrics, glass and ceramics to create unique gifts and products by using appropriate transfer media. Ghost relies on the proven quality of FOREVER-OTS products like Laser-Dark, Multitrans und Flex-Soft that can be purchased in the Ghost online shop.

In addition to the white toner cartridges Ghost offers attractive starter packages, the Ghost Bundles, including an HP Color Laserjet, a Ghost White Toner cartridge and more for getting started with white toner printing right away.

Ghost also offer a NEON Color Printer. Neon toner is fluorescent under black light and gives customers the opportunity to achieve great optical effects like a 3D effect. The Ghost Neon printing solution also supports white toner for white print-ing. The Neon printer can be experienced live at FESPA 2017.

Visit us at the FESPA Europe 2017 May 8th – 12th , in Hamburg and see for yourself how easy white printing and toner transfer is with Ghost White Toner.

You will find us at Hall B6 – Stand B65

Ghost GmbH aus Düsseldorf ist ein 2015 gegründetes Start-Up, das den Weißdruck auf Laserdruckern erstmals einer breiten Kundengruppe öffnet. Firmengründer David Kandelhardt ist seit 15 Jahren in der Drucker-Branche aktiv. Ghost will den Weißdruck auf Laserprintern salonfähig machen.

Mehr Infos:
Web: http://www.ghost-white-toner.com/

Social Media:
https://www.facebook.com/ghostwhitetoner
https://instagram.com/ghostwhitetoner/
https://www.pinterest.com/ghostwhitetoner/
https://twitter.com/ghostwhitetoner

Kontakt
Ghost GmbH
David M. Kandelhardt
Vogelsanger Weg 38
40470 Düsseldorf
0211-37067-55
mail@ghost-white-toner.com
http://www.ghost-white-toner.com

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BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG a german Newspaper

BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG a german Newspaper

Berliner Tageszeitung: a German Newspaper

Berliner Tageszeitung (styled ‚BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG‘ and also known colloquially as ‚BTZ‘) is a German daily newspaper. It is liberal conservative in its editorial approach, which is determined not by the chief editor, but by the licensing society publishing this newspaper under the license issued on contractual basis for a fixed term. The licenser, Bolín Bàozh – Deguo Rìbào – Bolín Rìbào, LLC. – is located in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and has a subsidiary in Moscow (Russian Federation). The newspaper covers the following topics: news, politics, economics, science, sport, culture, media, Internet and entertainment.

Editorial board:
“Berliner Tageszeitung“ employs Contributing editor|editors in such fields as politics, economy, sports, entertainment, culture, travel, media, science and the Internet. The articles it publishes include both reports written by the editors, reports from various news agencies, and purchased texts. Bi Xìng act as Editor-in-chief. The Trademark is registred by the Russian Media Group VGTRK (All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Compan). Trademark Owner of the BERLINER TAGESZEITUNG is a russian Family Member of the Family Opitz.

Publication:
The newspaper has been published online seven days a week since 1 December 2004. A paywall is planned to be introduced at the end of 20174. Since March 30, 2004, Berliner Tageszeitung produced since 2004 a daily podcast.

Names:
Since July 31, 2007, the Berliner Tageszeitung has used the name of the defunct ‚Berliner Tageblatt‘ as an alternate trademark. On that date the owner of the ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ trademark, Family Opitz, registered the use of the ‚Berliner Tageblatt‘ title with the Deutsches Patent- und Markenam. Beginning April 1, 2014, the ‚Berliner Tageblatt‘ is a separate online publication from the ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘. Both names are legally registered.
– https://register.dpma.de/DPMAregister/marke/register/307502805/DE
– https://register.dpma.de/DPMAregister/marke/register/306349957/DE

The publisher of the ‚Berliner Zeitung‘, Berliner Verlag GmbH, considered the similarity of names between ‚Berliner Zeitung‘ and ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ a hindrance to the activities of their newspaper, and therefore asked the ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ to end use of the name. On 19 December 2007 the Landgericht Berlin found in favour of the claim and issued a prohibiting court order; this was subsequently reversed on 22 January 2008 by resolution of the Regional Court of Berlin.
https://www.jurion.de/de/document/show/0:3590439/?q=Berliner%20Zeitung
Berliner Zeitung and Berliner Tageszeitung are not confused – Judgment by Landgericht Berlin: „The titles of Berliner Zeitung and Berliner Tageszeitung are not confusing. Berliner Verlag appealed the decision to the Supreme Court of Berlin Kammergericht, but withdrew the appeal in a letter dated 7 August 2008. In a statement dated 22 July 2008 the Supreme Court of Berlin further explained that the appeal was denied pursuant to paragraph 2 sentence 1 of § 522 of the Code of Civil Procedure on the ground that it is unreasonable. On this basis the resolution of the Regional Court of Berlin of 22 January 2008 entered into force with urgency for the subsequent issuance of a court order providing the claims of the party. In the Years after this Court Decision, until 2015 – published many german „Conducting media“ strange disgrace critics about Berliner Tageszeitung.
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Editorial positions:
‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ has been criticized for its liberal-conservative politics. Many journalists at the ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ were initially critical of the German orthography reform of 1996|1996. After the reform went into effect in 1999, the newspaper decided in 2004 to adopt its own company spelling, based on the „classical system of spelling“. In October 2006, this system of spelling was amended with 350 pages. At the same time, a public campaign against the reform of spelling called ‚Schlechtschreibreform‘ was initiated.

Business:
After the collapse of the dot-com bubble of the New Economy, the newspaper encountered problems. New sources of income were needed in addition to the traditional sources such as advertising, web banner’s, pop-savers and subscriptions. Thus, since 2006, the editorial board has published information data of enterprises in the economics and media segment.

According to the owner of the brand name, since according to well known legal practice the term of existence of publishing houses rarely exceeds a century, ‚Berliner Tageszeitung‘ has only two options for further sustainable development: an increased online presence or internationalisation. Bolín Bàozh – Deguo Rìbào – Bolín Rìbào, LLC., the licensor, plans to continue its publication operations exclusively outside the US. In addition, increased focus will be placed on the development of such fields of activity as digitisation of printed products. In the online sector, the company plan to position the “Berliner Tageszeitung“ as the „leading service-oriented news web page“. Along with this, the E-Commerce sector should bring additional turnover. BerlinerTageszeitung.com

Berliner Tageszeitung is a German Daily newspaper.

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Acrylic Fibre Market Revenue Expected to Register a CAGR of 3.6% by 2026

The global acrylic fibre market is segmented on the basis of dyeing method, fibre form, blending, end-use and region

Acrylic Fibre Market Revenue Expected to Register a CAGR of 3.6% by 2026

Acrylic Fibre Market

Future Market Insights delivers key insights on the global acrylic fibre market in a new publication titled „Acrylic Fibre Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016 – 2026“. Major demand for acrylic fibre is expected to come from Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America over the forecast period and the global acrylic fibre market is projected to reach a market value of US$ 6,197.82 Mn by 2026 end, registering a CAGR of 3.6% over the forecast period.

The global acrylic fibre market is segmented on the basis of dyeing method, fibre form, blending, end-use and region. As the demand for acrylic fibres is stagnant in the developed economies of North America and Western Europe, significant opportunity for growth in the global acrylic fibre market lies in the regions of APEJ, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.

Acrylic fibres possess good aesthetic properties owing to their capability to accept multi-colour dyes in clear, bright and muted tones. They impart natural aesthetics to fabrics as opposed to their nylon and polyester counterparts. Also, acrylic fibres have excellent resistance to ultraviolet degradation, weak alkalis, and microbiological attack. Due to such physical, chemical, and thermo-biological characteristics, acrylic fibres are becoming popular in their use by blending with other materials such as wool, cotton, polyester etc. Moreover, acrylic fibres are used in various end-use industries such as apparels, home furnishing etc. With macroeconomic development of these end-use industries supported by regional GDP and population growth, the demand for acrylic fibres is further expected to increase, specifically in the Asia Pacific region over the coming years. In addition, sporadic supply of wool and cotton at a global level is pushing manufacturers to blend acrylic fibre with wool and cotton for use in the manufacture of products such as blankets, sweaters, etc.

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Upswing in acrylic fibre raw material prices is forcing manufacturers across the globe to use its substitutes such as polyester, nylon, cellulose etc. for various applications. These substitutes have economic advantage over acrylic fibre due to better raw material availability, large scale production, and recyclability. Owing to this, acrylic fibre manufacturers across the globe are facing significant challenges to sustain in the market. Production units are terminating in developed regions such as U.S and Europe owing to strong inter-fibre competition, especially from polyester fibres. Moreover, U.S. and Europe are suffering under rising competition from Asian imports of acrylic fibre and its finished products. These factors are likely to restrain the growth of the global acrylic fibre market.

Segmentation highlights

Global acrylic fibre market is segmented on the basis of dyeing method, fibre form, blending, end-use and region. On the basis of dyeing method, the global acrylic fibre market is segmented into acid, gel, and undyed. The gel dyeing segment is estimated to register a CAGR of 3.8% over the forecast period. The gel dyeing segment is estimated to dominate the global acrylic fibre market, with 56.5% market revenue share, valued at US $ 2,450.99 Mn by 2016 end.

On the basis of fibre form, the global acrylic fibre market is segmented into staple and filament. The staple fiber segment is estimated to dominate the global acrylic fiber market, with more than 61.37% market revenue share, valued at US $ 2,658.11 Mn by 2016 end.

On the basis of blending, the global acrylic fibre market is segmented into wool, cotton, and others. The cotton blending segment is anticipated to register a CAGR of 3.7% over the forecast period.

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On the basis of end use, the global acrylic fibre market is segmented into apparels, home furnishing, industrial, and outdoor. The apparels end-use segment is projected to register a CAGR of 3.6% over the forecast period, creating significant incremental opportunity between 2016 and 2026.

Regional market projections

The global acrylic fibre market is segmented into seven key regions namely, North America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Japan, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. In terms of market value, the APEJ acrylic fibre market is projected to increase at a value CAGR of 4.4% over the forecast period, while markets in Japan, U.S., and Europe are expected to register a below average CAGR. Growth in the APEJ acrylic fibre market is largely attributed to growing use of acrylic fibre for various applications along with macroeconomic growth of a population driven textile industry in the region.

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Vendor insights

Some key players in the global acrylic fibre market are Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayii A.. (Aksa), Dralon, Aditya Birla Group, Jilin Chemical Fiber Group Company, TAEKWANG INDUSTRIAL CO. LTD., Exlan Japan Co. Ltd., Kaneka Corporation, Indian Acrylics Limited, Pasupati Acrylon Ltd., and Vardhman Acrylics Ltd. Research and development is being carried out to improvise the properties of acrylic fibre by modifying its inherent characteristics. In order to compete with substitutes of acrylic fibre such as polyester and cellulose acetate fibres, key companies in the APEJ region have invested significantly in R&D initiatives.

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