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Keith Hake 2018-04-12
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A bus highlighting the symptoms of ovarian cancer has hit the road following campaigning by an employee who lost his wife to the disease.

Lothian Buses has launched an “ovarian cancer bus” highlighting the signs and symptoms of the disease through a partnership with the charity, Target Ovarian Cancer.

It follows campaigning by Lothian Buses engineering worker Colin Barclay, 59, from Edinburgh, who lost his wife Jill to ovarian cancer in January 2017.

Barclay, who has has worked for Lothian for more than 40 years, was recently voted Lothian’s Unsung Hero at the company’s People Awards by his colleagues, and part of his award was to receive his very own bus to help his campaign to raise awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms.

The father-of-two said: “Target Ovarian Cancer is helping women across the UK get an early diagnosis, which can be life changing for many.

“My family and I are overwhelmed by the support of my colleagues at Lothian.

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Nicolas Yeager 2016-05-24
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The fund has already put more than $100 million into over 15 companies across the world, and it will continue to invest both locally and globally.

Big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence will be a big focus.

Collectively they have more than 50 years of experience investing hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital and private financings.

They have separately participated in investments in PayPal, The Rubicon Project, Internet Brands, and CrowdStrike.As for VR and AR, Mandal said the markets should hit a critical juncture in the next 12 to 18 months, as the price of hardware comes down and new players like Google and the Chinese come into the market.

March Capital Partners invested in Dojo Madness, an esports coaching platform that leverages big data and machine learning.Mandal said investments have to be global now.

March Capital portfolio companies include AppCito, App lariat, BillDesk, Bridg, CarTrade, Coho Data, Deep Forest Media sold to Rakuten , Dojo Madness, E8 Security, OpenHouse, Pensa Networks, Perspica, quick.ly, VeloCloud Networks, Vyng, and ZowDow.

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Keith Hake 2018-04-12
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A bus highlighting the symptoms of ovarian cancer has hit the road following campaigning by an employee who lost his wife to the disease.

Lothian Buses has launched an “ovarian cancer bus” highlighting the signs and symptoms of the disease through a partnership with the charity, Target Ovarian Cancer.

It follows campaigning by Lothian Buses engineering worker Colin Barclay, 59, from Edinburgh, who lost his wife Jill to ovarian cancer in January 2017.

Barclay, who has has worked for Lothian for more than 40 years, was recently voted Lothian’s Unsung Hero at the company’s People Awards by his colleagues, and part of his award was to receive his very own bus to help his campaign to raise awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms.

The father-of-two said: “Target Ovarian Cancer is helping women across the UK get an early diagnosis, which can be life changing for many.

“My family and I are overwhelmed by the support of my colleagues at Lothian.

Nicolas Yeager 2016-05-24
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The fund has already put more than $100 million into over 15 companies across the world, and it will continue to invest both locally and globally.

Big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence will be a big focus.

Collectively they have more than 50 years of experience investing hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital and private financings.

They have separately participated in investments in PayPal, The Rubicon Project, Internet Brands, and CrowdStrike.As for VR and AR, Mandal said the markets should hit a critical juncture in the next 12 to 18 months, as the price of hardware comes down and new players like Google and the Chinese come into the market.

March Capital Partners invested in Dojo Madness, an esports coaching platform that leverages big data and machine learning.Mandal said investments have to be global now.

March Capital portfolio companies include AppCito, App lariat, BillDesk, Bridg, CarTrade, Coho Data, Deep Forest Media sold to Rakuten , Dojo Madness, E8 Security, OpenHouse, Pensa Networks, Perspica, quick.ly, VeloCloud Networks, Vyng, and ZowDow.