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CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

CRMNEXT Wins the 2021 “Dream Company to Work For” Award Presented by Times Ascent and the World HRD Congress

Finance
CRMNEXT has been recognized as the 'Dream Company to work for' and the Best IT Employer in Platform as a Service (PaaS) category by the Times Ascent at World HRD Congress 2021. CRMNEXT is a leading global banking and insurance digital transformation and customer experience platform. It has to its credit the largest banking CRM implementation globally with over a million bankers and a billion customers managed on its platform. The award is a testament to CRMNEXT's exceptional working environment that empowers employees to push their boundaries with a holistic care and work enablement ecosystem, innovative technology stack and continuous learning model to meet the evolving needs of its customers. Times Ascent World HRD Congress is the largest HR event in the world, with over 1800 profession...
6 things we learned from the Brit Award nominations

6 things we learned from the Brit Award nominations

Entertainment
PA Media/Getty ImagesCeleste and Dua Lipa are among the main nominees for this year's Brit Awards, which take place in May.The stars both have three nominations, as have newcomer Arlo Parks, dance producer Joel Corry and grime duo Young T & Bugsey.A year after the Brits were criticised for a lack of female nominees, four women are up for the best album prize - the highest-ever total.Dua Lipa's pop odyssey Future Nostalgia is the one to beat in that category. Her record, which recently won best pop album at the Grammys, is up against Jessie Ware's What's Your Pleasure? and J Hus's Big Conspiracy.The debut releases by Arlo Parks and Celeste round out the nominees. Last year the award went to Dave's bold and thought-provoking Psychodrama.UK rap also has a strong presence across the nomina...
Robert Irwin: Steve Irwin’s son wins award for bushfire image

Robert Irwin: Steve Irwin’s son wins award for bushfire image

Entertainment
Robert Irwin/PAA dramatic drone image of a devastating bushfire in Australia, taken by TV environmentalist Steve Irwin's son, has won a major wildlife photo award. A Line of Fire won the Wildlife Photographer of The Year People's Choice Award with 55,486 public votes.Taken near the border of the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve in Cape York, Queensland, it shows the split between conservation area and charred remains.Robert Irwin, 17, said he was "incredibly excited" to win the award.Getty Images"For me, nature photography is about telling a story to make a difference for the environment and our planet," he said."I feel it is particularly special for this image to be awarded, not only as a profound personal honour but also as a reminder of our effect on the natural world and our responsibility...
Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton wins 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award with Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson finishing second

Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton wins 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award with Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson finishing second

Sports
Lewis Hamilton won the 2020 BBC Sports Personality of the Year on Sunday. The Brit was recognised for his stunning year in motorsport as he won a seventh Formula 1 World Championship – equalling legendary Michael Schumacher’s record – last month. BBC Hamilton appeared via video link to accept the award It was the second time Hamilton has been voted for the SPOTY prize having picked up the award in 2014. Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson finished second, while jockey Hollie Doyle came third. More to follow… Ouch The worst injuries suffered at WWE TLC, including R-Truth’s knee and Sane’s concussion a chance AJ Styles: What...
Hidden camera’s hugging tiger wins wildlife photo award

Hidden camera’s hugging tiger wins wildlife photo award

Science
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