Global News - Wines of South Africa

  • . Old Billingsgate Market double the floor space that we had at Lord's Cricket Ground, and therefore gives us the opportunity to increase the use of theme-ing.
  • . April 10 - Leonie Joubert Diversity in wine - that's the new angle behind promoting brand South Africa in the international market.
  • . October 20 - Maryke Horstman Wine export volumes (excluding fortified wines) are nearly 35% up for the first eight months of the year, compared with the same period last year and South Africa is experiencing a boom in Sweden unlike ever known, achieving a 16% share of the market for July, bringing it on a par with frontrunner, Spain.
  • . September 22 - Kim Maxwell Biodiversity's links with wine are put to the test during an international Sauvignon taste off by US Sauvignon winemaker and lecturer John Buechsenstein for a group of local winemakers and marketers.
  • . September 22 - Panos Kakaviatos, As the French export market falls, producers are finding the dynamic South Africa more and more attractive as a production base.

    Global News - Wines of South Africa
  • . This year it replaces WOSA's annual two-day generic tasting held at Lords, which has been organized around UK wine importers and focused exclusively on the UK market - UK buyers, UK media and UK importers.
  • . But it does emphasize South Africa's uniqueness and biodiversity.' There will be other themed tastings during the two days as well, including Platter 5-star rated wines, Absa Top-10 Pinotage, sweet wines, Chenin Blanc, Rosé, on-trade labels only and new entrants in the European market.
  • . WOSA has been putting its marketing muscle behind the event, particularly in key northern European markets like Holland, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany, amongst others.
  • . April 10 - Leonie Joubert Diversity in wine - that's the new angle behind promoting brand South Africa in the international market.
  • . October 20 - Maryke Horstman Wine export volumes (excluding fortified wines) are nearly 35% up for the first eight months of the year, compared with the same period last year and South Africa is experiencing a boom in Sweden unlike ever known, achieving a 16% share of the market for July, bringing it on a par with frontrunner, Spain.

    Billingsgate at Five in The Morning
  • . ummer or winter, light or dark, rain or shine, it matters not; as the clock strikes five, the bell rings and the market opens .
  • . The Clerk of the Market, the representative of the Corporation, is there, to act the part of major-domo [house-steward]; the vessels are there, hauled up in tiers in the river, laden with their silvery cargoes; the porters are there, running to and fro between the ships and the market; the railway vans and carts are there, with fish brought from the several railway stations; the salesmen are there at their stands or benches; and the buyers are there, ready to buy and pay.
  • . Every one wants to get the prime of the market; every salesman tells his clients that good prices depend almost as much on early arrival as on fine quality; and thus evey cargo of fish is pushed on to market with as little delay as need be.
  • . Bunning built the present market---a structure not without elegance on the river front; but the street arrangements are becoming more crowded and difficult to manage every year. / Arts & Weekend / Food & drink - Seafood is catching on again
  • . Today, an estimated 85 per cent of the £2bn-a-year UK fish industry goes through the supermarkets, whose staff can be less than well trained.
  • . At my local supermarket last week, a sign over the fish counter urged me to eat fish twice a week - one meal of an oily variety and one of a white variety - but when I asked the assistant which of the fish on sale were which, she couldn't tell me.
  • . Fortunately, help is at hand at Billingsgate, London's historic market for the seafood industry (the trade calls all fish "seafood").
  • . For the past five years, the market has also functioned as a living classroom for its training school.
  • . In order to pay for them, the school does commercial work, for example with Waitrose (the one supermarket chain that does fully train its fish counter staff), and also offers reasonably priced classes to the public.
  • . Fishmongering did go through a decline but now people are starting to see there's a market in it, especially at the quality end.


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    Victorian London - Publications - Social Investigation/Journalism - London : A pilgrimage, by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold, 1872 - CHAPTER 19 In the Market Places
  • . Victorian London - Publications - Social Investigation/Journalism - London : A pilgrimage, by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold, 1872 CHAPTER XIX IN THE MARKET PLACES The Lady Bountiful of our time, at once wise and gentle and charitable: the Lady of the open hand; among her countless benefactions to her poor brothers and sisters, gave them Columbia Market, which she reared in the thickest of London squalor, on the site of Nova Scotia Gardens of unsavoury memory.
  • . And so in 1868, under liberal regulations unknown in the old markets, the spacious avenues of a fine architectural edifice were given up to the marketing of the ragged, the unfortunate, and the guilty.
  • . The costermonger drove his barrow past the gates to the byeways of Covent Garden or the alleys about overcrowded Billingsgate, as of old; the hosts of half-fed creatures massed far and wide around the building would not take the comfort and economy the new market offered, butwent to the street shambles and road-side barrows as of old.

    Eventica - 5th Annual Russian Rhapsody
  • Latest News > > Related links 5th Annual Russian Rhapsody Old Billingsgate Market, London, 24 April 2006 On Monday 24th April Old Billingsgate Market, London played host to over 780 stars of world-wide cultural, art, business and political renown at the Fifth Annual Russian Rhapsody Gala Dinner and Concert.
  • . This year the event reached new heights in elegance as Old Billingsgate Market on the bank of the River Thames was transformed into both a concert hall on the one side draped in rich red velvet, and a luxuriously decadent dining area, with towering feather and fruit arrangements with scattered crystals on the other.

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  • etc.venues, London’s leading provider of meeting and training space, was awarded Gold in the Visit London Awards 2005 ‘Best for Business’ category at a dinner held at Old Billingsgate Market on 29th November 2005.
  • . -ends- For media information, photography and interviews please contact: jacinta francis account manager miranda leslau public relations & consultancy tel: 020 7263 5618 fax: 020 7263 0162 email: Editor’s Notes: The Meetings Industry Marketing Awards (MIMA) was launched in 2002 to lift the standards of marketing in the meetings and events industry and to recognise the marketeers.
  • . This Award was based on etc.venues’ various strands of the business: ranging from concern for the environment and CSR and the company’s vision of accessibility to an ongoing commitment to excellence, exceptional service and standards and to innovation within marketing and brand strategy.

    Teacher's Resources from Billingsgate Seafood Training School
  • Billingsgate Seafood Training School Office 30 Billingsgate Market, Trafalgar Way, London E14 5ST Tel: 020 7517 3548 Training for: Courses 2006 Join our mailing list, enter email below and click submit subscribe unsubscribe Teacher's Resources Fish & Kids is the MSC’s three-year Defra funded project, which will encourage sustainable seafood (i.e.
  • . The initial Brief: Market Research; Brainstorm, Product Development; Evaluating Ideas; Production Issues; Final Specification; Production and Product Launch.
  • . The video provides information on general commercial issues such as marketing, product development, packaging, hygiene, etc.

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    Hospitality Net - Industry Events - Sleep.06
  • SEARCH COMMUNITY ALLIANCES / / Event Information Sleep.06 7 - 8 November 2006 Old Billingsgate Market London, United Kingdom Following on from its successful launch last year, SLEEP 06 will take place at Old Billingsgate Market, London, on November 7th - 8th 2006.
  • . Dedicated to the world of hotel design, and supported by a pan European marketing campaign, SLEEP 06 is a multi faceted event with leading exhibitors from the world of contract interiors.
  • . EVENT VENUE Old Billingsgate Market London, United Kingdom EVENT WEBSITE CONTACT Katie Bland Phone: +44 (0)870 460 7898 Email: ORGANIZATION Mondiale Publishing Ltd Waterloo Place | Watson Square Stockport, SK1 3AZ United Kingdom Phone: +44 (0)161 476 5580 Fax: +44 (0)161 477 3679 Email: Copyright© 1995-2006 Hospitality Netâ„¢ All rights reserved.

    tilapia news and events
  • Warmwater Fish Production as a Niche Production and Market Diversification Strategy for Organic Arable Farmers with Implications for Sustainability and Public Health I I Technical Research Outputs News and Events Upcoming Consumer Focus Groups Consumer Focus groups are scheduled for January and February 2006 in Glasgow & Stirling.
  • . Thai Trials Phase 3 Phase three of the tilapia trials at Nam Sai Farm, Thailand , are planned to begin in March 2006 involving an MSc student from Stirling Consultation Committee Meeting The next meeting is scheduled for May 2006 Entrepreneurial Research Dr Sarath Kodithuwakku arrives May 2006 to begin three months entrepreneurship research with our team; providing insights into market networks and the entrepreneurial processes, specifically farmer diversification.
  • . Rural Entrepreneurship Conference, 17th-18th November, 2005 Kathleen attended the two-day conference on rural entrepreneurship with a specific interest in farmers as entrepreneurs and farmers markets.

    The Official Website for London
  • . A gala awards dinner will take place at Old Billingsgate Market on Tuesday 29 November.
  • . on +44 (0) 20 7234 5820 International Luxury Travel Market 2005 International Luxury Travel Market is the biggest worldwide travel show dedicated to the luxury sector and a key event for any organisation wishing to target luxury buyers.
  • . VisitBritain is offering the opportunity to join them at the International Luxury Travel Market in Cannes from 5-8 Dec 2005.
  • . Participation includes fully furnished stand space, pre-show marketing and full-show support.

    The Admirable Crichton : AC Places : Venue Information
  • Old Billingsgate Market is a landmark building situated in a prime position on the River Thames.
  • . Built circa 1874, Billingsgate was substantially refurbished in 1984 by Lord Rogers to provide a highly specified accommodation and environment, while retaining the character and ambience of the Old Market.


    Marketed - Columbia Encyclopedia article about Marketed

  • . TheFreeDictionary Google Word / Article Starts with Ends with Text subscription: Columbia encyclopedia marketing(redirected from Marketed ) Also found in:, , , , 0.03 sec.
  • . Page tools marketing, in economics, that part of the process of production and exchange that is concerned with the flow of goods and services from producer to consumer.
  • . Marketing includes the activities of all those engaged in the transfer of goods from producer to consumer—not only those who buy and sell directly, wholesale and retail, but also those who develop, warehouse, transport, insure, finance, or promote the product, or otherwise have a hand in the process of transfer.
  • . In a modern capitalist economy, where nearly all production is intended for a market, such activities are just as important as the manufacture of the goods.
  • . It is estimated in the United States that approximately 50% of the retail price paid for a commodity is made up of the cost of marketing.
  • . Evolution of Modern Marketing In a subsistence-level economy there is little need for exchange of goods because the division of labor is at a rudimentary level: most people produce the same or similar goods.

    Venue Focus Magazine Feature, Autumn 2005 - 'Bigger Fish to Fry' - London Venue - London Venues Guide - Square Meal
  • . Designed by Sir Horace Jones and erected in 1875 to house the famous Billingsgate fish market, it stands on a site that was once a Roman port and where fish-trading traditions date back to the 16th century.
  • . The salt-battered fishermen have long since departed (the market moved to Canary Wharf during the booming 1980s), leaving behind a stunning riverside venue that now operates solely as an events space, more likely to host glittering gala dinners than early morning auctions.
  • . The venue’s sales and marketing manager, Andrew Morrow, was impressed with what the organisers did with the space.

    Launching Smartphone: Microsoft's Christensen on the Marriage of "Smart Software and Small, Stylish Mobile Handsets": Q&A: As the lines between business and personal time increasingly blur, Samsung
  • . 22, 2002 Microsoft Resources: • • Juha Christensen (R), corporate vice president, Mobile Devices Marketing Group, announcing availability of Microsoft Smartphone software in London Oct.
  • . 22, 2002 — At a packed celebration in London's Old Billingsgate Market, Microsoft today announced the worldwide availability of the Microsoft Windows Powered Smartphone software.
  • . Does the market really need a platform for new ones? Christensen: That question comes up a lot with customers, so we've given it some thought.
  • . Since it's an open, Windows-based development platform, manufacturers and developers can quickly and easily add applications and services to the product that meet the needs of other users and niche markets.
  • . Is that how you'll measure the impact of Smartphone on the market? Christensen: Sales are certainly important, but we expect Smartphone will have a more significant and longer-lasting impact on the market by serving as a lightening rod for the development of a rich, new ecosystem in mobile communications and collaboration.

    Visit London Corporate - Visit London News
  • . 08.06.2006 Visit London has launched a viral marketing campaign to promote the capital over the World Cup period.
  • . 30.11.2005 The 2012 bid team were just one of the winners at the Visit London Awards held last night at Old Billingsgate Market.
  • . 24.11.2005 David Higgins joins the Olympic Delivery Authority, Visit London launches new Luxury guide and river marketing campaign.
  • . 27.07.2005 This week's Visit London news includes the latest information from the TIER group and Visit London's marketing plans.
  • . 15.03.2005 London Wakes Up! to the youth market. @CallCenter