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May 1st Busy night In Bahamas

first_imgBahamas, Monday May 1st, 2017 : Monday Night, May 1st, a big night in the Bahamas, as several gatherings are promising to be spectacular, from the FNM rallies where Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is promising to appear, to the Save the Bahamas night of prayer, in Rawson Square.Former Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham is carded to take the stage at FNM rallies nightly this week, kicking off appearances in his former constituency North Abaco on Monday night.  The former FNM leader’s appearance is said to be momentous as promised in the ads airing on local airwaves, as he has vowed to expose the PLP and unveil a slew of reasons why you shouldn’t vote for the Progressive Liberal Party.  On Nomination day, the former Prime Minister threw his support behind the candidate going up for the area, Darren Henfield.Save Our Bahamas flyerThe rallies will be held at the same time as pastors and religious leaders gather to pray in Rawson Square in Nassau. Organised by Save the Bahamas, the vigil aims at praying for the nation ahead of the elections. The prayer service is not the first of its kind, as the group held prayer services at the same site last Monday.#MagneticMediaNews#FNMRallies#HubertIngrahamReturns#SaveOurBahamasPrayer Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppcenter_img Related Items:last_img read more

3D Printing Startup MakerBot Acquired for 403 Million

first_img Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free Is 3-D printing the harbinger of the next industrial revolution? 3-D printing pioneer MakerBot certainly thinks so, and the company says it is poised to lead the charge into the future. The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based startup has been acquired by and will merge with fellow 3-D printing company Stratasys.Under terms of the deal, MakerBot will be acquired for $403 million in Stratasys stock. MakerBot will operate as a separate subsidiary of Stratasys, which is based in Minneapolis. MakerBot co-founder and chief executive Bre Pettis will remain with the company.”We have an aggressive model for growth,” Pettis said in the announcement. “Partnering with Stratasys will allow us to supercharge our mission to empower individuals, and lead the next industrial revolution.”Related: How 3-D Printing Is Becoming a Game-Changer Across IndustriesNo longer solely the purview of makers, technological tinkerers, expensive laboratories and tech geeks, 3-D printing is quickly becoming the next big thing in technology, finding a significant foothold and making itself indispensible in industries ranging from medicine to tech accessories to farming.Stratasys specializes in professional-grade 3-D printers, while MakerBot’s products are more affordable for the general consumer. The merger should allow Stratasys to strengthen its position in the desktop 3-D printer market, while MakerBot will be able to utilize the larger company’s global infrastructure and leadership position in 3-D and additive manufacturing.Perhaps more importantly to the company’s loyal user base, MakerBot will be able to maintain the “spirit of collaboration” it has built with its users and partners. Thingiverse.com, MakerBot’s online portal for sharing user-generated digital-design content, is a significant draw for the company, with more than 500,000 unique visitors downloading a million files each month from the library of more than 90,000 3-D product files.The merger is expected to pass regulatory approvals and be in place by the third quarter.Related: MakerBot’s Bre Pettis on the Next Industrial RevolutionIn this video from 2011, Pettis talks about innovation and open-source hardware: June 20, 2013 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 2 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.last_img read more