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DIFX to host seminar in Muscat Securities Market

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  • . Email: News by Industry News by Company News by Country Views Job Market Business Directory Other News In Town Elsewhere Featured Story DIFX to host seminar in Muscat Securities Market [Monday, May 29, 2006 7:39:41 am] The Dubai International Financial Exchange will host a seminar at the Muscat Securities Market on 30 May to explain the opportunities the region’s first international stock exchange can provide brokers and investors in Oman.
  • . Commenting on the upcoming event, Nasser Alshaali, Chief Operating Officer of the DIFX, said: “Financial institutions in Oman stand to benefit from the high volumes of trading that the DIFX expects to attract as it develops its market.
  • . Omani investors may also find opportunities on the exchange, as more companies across the DIFX region choose to list on it.” Mr Alshaali and Jean-Paul Eulaers, the DIFX Head of Membership, will explain the structure of the DIFX and how to connect to its market to an audience of senior Omani brokers and investors at the event.



    Cisco to Enter Physical Security Market
  • | > > > > Cisco to Enter Physical Security Market By and June 2, 2006 Networking gear maker Cisco Systems is taking the first steps of what could be a major initiative aimed at expanding its business into the growing market for products that integrate IT and physical security technologies.
  • . The new wireless security camera from Irvine, Calif.-based Linksys is just the first step in a larger effort to enter the physical security market, company officials said.
  • . "This is really the first in a series of product offerings from Linksys, you will see a lot more in the coming months in terms of physical security solutions, " said Linksys Senior Product Marketing Manager Ivor Diedricks.
  • . One company already marketing applications that aim to marry physical and IT security tools is San Francisco-based 3VR Security.
  • . "There's still a challenge in educating the market, and part of that is because the history with these types of products has been that available technologies only offered to solve one piece of the larger puzzle, " said Russell.



    Cisco to Enter Physical Security Market
  • | > > > > Cisco to Enter Physical Security Market By and June 2, 2006 Networking gear maker Cisco Systems is taking the first steps of what could be a major initiative aimed at expanding its business into the growing market for products that integrate IT and physical security technologies.
  • . The new wireless security camera from Irvine, Calif.-based Linksys is just the first step in a larger effort to enter the physical security market, company officials said.
  • . "This is really the first in a series of product offerings from Linksys, you will see a lot more in the coming months in terms of physical security solutions, " said Linksys Senior Product Marketing Manager Ivor Diedricks.
  • . One company already marketing applications that aim to marry physical and IT security tools is San Francisco-based 3VR Security.
  • . "There's still a challenge in educating the market, and part of that is because the history with these types of products has been that available technologies only offered to solve one piece of the larger puzzle, " said Russell.



    Grey market - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • The gray market (or grey market ) refers to the flow of goods through distribution channels other than those authorized or intended by the manufacturer or producer.
  • . Unlike those on the, gray market goods are not illegal.
  • . will buy the product where it is available cheaply, often at retail but sometimes at wholesale, import it legally to the target market and sell it at a price which provides a profit but which is below the normal market price there.
  • . Importing certain legally restricted items such as prescription drugs or firearms would be categorized as black market, as would smuggling the goods into the target country to avoid import duties.
  • . The existence of the gray market is an example of the economic practice called .
  • . Because of the nature of gray market economics, it is generally difficult or even impossible to track and verify the precise numbers of gray market sales.
  • . On securities markets, gray market has a different meaning.
  • . Sometimes this is taken as a forecast of the prices that markets expect for future issues.

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    Stock Market
  • May, 2001 Stock Market Vanished Market Makers By Krishna Shrestha One of the new things introduced in Nepal before India did the same was the concept of Market Maker in the stock market.
  • . But the failure of such institutions to live up to the expectations is partially to blame for the twists and jerks in the securities market.
  • . The basic concept of market maker is a good one but to make it functioning properly, anomalies should be sorted out and conducive environment should be created, say policy makers, implementing agencies, regulators and brokers.
  • . A market maker is an institution responsible for providing liquidity to the stocks listed in the stock exchange.
  • . The government had introduced the provision of market maker in Nepali securities market seven years ago but till to date no achievement has been gained from the new provision.
  • . When the system was introduced, it was supposed that the market makers would create and maintain securities market stable, and protect investors’ interests.


    LLRX -- Some Quick Tips on Becoming a Marketing Genius in Eastern European Business Development
  • Some Quick Tips on Becoming a Marketing Genius in Eastern European Business Development By Robyn Rebollo is Law Librarian for A s more corporate law firms continue to expand globally, we are witnessing an increase in information professionals who use their skills and expertise for marketing research and development.
  • . You will find some of the best resources for locating marketing information on the internet; more specifically government supported Web sites that are designed to provide information for doing business in developing countries.
  • . The US Embassies also produce economic trend studies, market surveys, procurement opportunity studies, and industry specific analysis.
  • . By filling out a simple registration form, users can receive the following publications: BISNIS BULLETIN -- Monthly issue in hard copy providing the latest on NIS market developments, trade agreements, and trade events.
  • . They have committees for the following business sectors: aerospace, consumer goods & agriculture, capital markets, energy, customs, human resources, investment, small business, real estate, information technology, healthcare, telecommunications, taxation, transportation, standards & certification, and security.


    DMNews.com - The News Leader in Direct, Database and Internet Marketing
  • . June 17th, 2006 By WALTHAM, MA -- Blogs and RSS feeds may be more hype than reality, while podcasting and video streaming could be good bets for business-to-business direct marketers, according to Anne Holland, president of MarketingSherpa.
  • . By A seller of discount health and prescription drug cards and its telemarketer will pay civil penalties of $300, 000 and $50, 000, respectively, to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they violated the do-not-call provisions of the FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rule.
  • . By The Direct Marketing Association has decided to shut down its inMarketing magazine with the June issue.
  • . The monthly, which competed for ad dollars with other marketing trade publications, was sent to DMA members.
  • . InMarketing’s predecessor, DMA Insider, was a bimonthly.
  • . By In a move that reflects today’s multichannel world of marketing, this week’s DM Days New York Conference & Expo will feature multi-speaker panel discussions instead of single-speaker presentations in several keynote slots.


    DSTO > News > DSTO and Tenix Industries strengthen partnership to crack global computer security market
  • D STO DSTO and Tenix Industries strengthen partnership to crack global computer security market News Item Date: 16 May, 2002 Media Release Number: DSTO 04/02 The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) and Tenix Industries Pty Limited have strengthened their partnership to deliver high assurance, multi-level security solutions to the global computer security market.
  • . DSTO and Tenix have signed a long-term agreement to ensure the DSTO world-class Starlight computer security technology will continue to be developed and marketed world-wide for at least the next 10 years.
  • . Tenix Industries has created a new company division known as "Tenix Datagate" to take the Starlight technology product range, originally badged as Interactive Link, under the new brand name known as 'Veto' to a global market.

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    Enterprise Demand Research | Assessing Microsoft's Impact on the Enterprise Security Market | Current Analysis
  • Enterprise Demand Research Assessing Microsoft's Impact on the Enterprise Security Market Current Analysis, the leader in competitive response solutions, is launching a focused research project that will examine the market realities of Microsoft’s entry into the information security markets and the impact it is having on enterprise planning and purchasing of security solutions.
  • . The study will focus on two major segments of the enterprise security market: identity management and anti-virus/anti-spyware.
  • . Situation background Microsoft has made a series of aggressive public moves to capture market awareness and establish itself as a major player in enterprise information security.
  • . While anecdotal evidence suggests that Microsoft’s presence in this market has caused some enterprises to delay or modify plans to invest in their security infrastructures, there is little market data available to guide security solution vendors or service providers in positioning relative to Microsoft’s activities.


    Middle Atlantic Product
  • MIDDLE ATLANTIC PRODUCTS NAMES INTERMOUNTAIN MARKETING AS NEW SECURITY MARKET MANUFACTURER’S REP FIRM FOR THE MIDWEST REGION ISC West Booth #10063 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Daniel O'Connell, Griffin Public Relations & Marketing (212) 481-3456 Ext.
  • . 12 text file (.doc) LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, April 5, 2006 — Middle Atlantic Products today named security systems specialists, Intermountain Marketing, to serve as its Independent Factory Representative for the security market in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Eastern Idaho, Eastern Montana, and El Paso, Texas.
  • . The announcement underscores Middle Atlantic Products’ commitment to the high quality service for the security market and ensures that customers and manufacturers in this region will receive attentive technical and sales support for all of their needs.
  • . Intermountain Marketing is an independent manufacturer's representative and security systems design consultant firm representing manufacturers of closed circuit television, access control and related electronic security products.