Ocreative Marks the Launch of Their New Website with Ten More International Creative & Marketing Awards
HARTLAND, Wis., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — To earmark the launch of their new website, Ocreative, an integrated marketing agency, also announced they’ve been generously recognized by the Academy of Interactive & Visual Arts (AIVA) for their outstanding work in traditional and digital marketing. With over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies spanning the globe, the Communicator Awards are one of largest awards of its kind in the world.
“We have the opportunity to work with some really incredible, innovative clients,” says Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Andrea Koeppel. “They trust us with their business, and we work hard to honor their vision, goals, and messaging with top-tier work.”
Working closely with clients and creating an environment of transparency and open communication are paramount to Ocreative’s success, she explained. So much so, that they chose to center their new website around their client relationship philosophy. “We really wanted to let businesses and organizations of all sizes know that cutting-edge web design and development and inventive marketing are accessible,” Koeppel continued. “We want to educate and guide and we’re thrilled that organizations like AIVA choose to highlight our work. It lets us know we’re always moving in the right direction and gives our clients confidence and peace of mind.”
Ocreative’s new website boasts a detailed series of case studies in their portfolio to help potential and existing clients get a better handle on the agency’s marketing experience and capabilities. “We want to show people how marketing strategies can work and provide real outcomes,” Koeppel said “But we really wanted our creative team to run with it, no holds barred. Let’s really show them what’s possible.” The new website balances vibrant colors, graphics, and animation with real photos of their team and office, located in Hartland, WI.
New Delhi, October 5: The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) on Monday released the JEE Advanced result 2020. Students can check their JEE Advanced cut off marks on the official website – jeeadv.nic.in. A total of 43,204 students cleared the exam. Out of the total candidates who qualified for the exam, 6,707 are females.
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Kanishka Mittal of IIT Roorkee zone is the top-ranked female with CRL 17. Meanwhile, Chirag Falor of IIT Bombay zone is the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) in the JEE Advanced 2020. Out of 396, Falor scored 352 marks. Candidates can also download the answer key. JEE Advanced 2020: 98% Candidates Allotted Exam City from Top Three Choices, Says IIT Delhi.
Here’s how to check scores
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- Log in to the official website of JEE Advanced i.e. jeeadv.nic.in
- On the homepage, click on the JEE Advanced Result 2020 link
- Enter your credentials on the webpage and click on ‘Submit’
- In the next step, the advanced Result 2020 will be displayed on the screen
- The result will appear on the screen, you can download the result and save it for future reference.
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ congratulated IIT Delhi for successfully conducting the exam. Pokhriyal tweeted, “I also congratulate @iitdelhi for successfully conducting the exam and announcing the results on time. The results can be viewed at http://result.jeeadv.ac.in.” JEE Advanced 2020 Postponed by IIT Delhi Due to Coronavirus Lockdown.
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The Union Minister also congratulated the students who got
Research has made it clear that ordinary. While we wait for to truly test these system on a level scorecard, the European New Car Assessment Program revealed its latest attempt to grade notable vehicles and their technology.
With help from Thatcham Research, NCAP revealed its Assisted Driving assessment on Thursday. It breaks driver-assist features down into three scored categories: Vehicle Assistance, Driver Engagement and Safety Backup. The first category scores the systems onboard to see how effective they operate, and how multiple systems work together to assist the driver. The second category looks at transparency: NCAP scores an automaker’s marketing materials for accuracy, how the car monitors the driver to ensure they stay alert and how the car communicates its status with the driver. The last category is all about redundancy: It measures how a car reacts in the event of a system failure or if a driver suddenly becomes unresponsive with assist systems engaged, for example.
On a points scale, cars can earn a Very Good (160 points or more), Good (140-point minimum), Moderate (120-point minimum) or Entry (100-point minimum) score. Anything below 100 points does not register on this assessment. The group then tallies a final score by taking the lowest score between Vehicle Assistance and Driver Engagement, plus the Safety Backup score.
So, for example, the highest-rated vehicle from the first test batch, the Mercedes-Benz GLE, earns 174 points. It scored 86 in Vehicle Assistance, 85 in Driver Engagement and 89 in Safety Backup. NCAP took the 85-point score, the lower tally,