first_imgWembley is the national stadium of English football where the national team matches, the finals of both cups and also the final for promotion to the First Division are held. Recently, he was already loaned to Tottenham to celebrate their matches as they built the new stadium.A calendar to decideThe unknowns about the return of football will depend, to a large extent, on the control of the virus in the United Kingdom. The latest news claimed that they wanted to resume the competition on June 1 to try to finish at the earliest date and start the next season when it was planned on the calendar, on August 8, 2020. The British government would have approved this subject plan, always, to the advance of events. The FA has made itself available to the EFL and the Premier League so that they can finish their league competitions with the best possible means after the stoppage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.As reported by The Times, the English federation will make available to both Leagues. Premier and the three professional divisions managed by the English Football League (Championship, League One, League Two), all available fields. TOIn addition to its facilities in St.James Park, with more than ten fields and even one covered, Wembley will also yield. The federation wants to help lighten the schedule and be able to host multiple games from different divisions at its training center or at Wembley on the same day.last_img read more

first_imgRichard Branson, entrepreneur and founder of Virgin Group, imparts five pearls of wisdom to a 12-year-old that any startup or expansion-stage CEO will find valuable.richard branson entrepreneurJessica Stillman writes in Inc. that Richard Branson, entrepreneur extraordinaire and founder of Virgin Group, released an early excerpt from his upcoming book in which he offers advice to a 12-year-old starting his first business. While that may seem like miles from a tech startup or expansion-stage company CEO, Branson’s counsel may be more applicable than you’d think.Branson recommends taking a hard look at pricing, and perhaps offering services priced at the customer’s discretion. After that, he has some advice for the fledgling entrepreneur’s father, saying that “a loan from one’s family will focus an entrepreneur’s mind.” Next, Richard Branson has an entrepreneur adage that no CEO should ever forget: know your customers and targeting your services accordingly.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more