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European Cheeses Shine Bright in India with their ‘Full of Character’ Campaign – Corelook Infotech

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Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

The European Milk Forum (EMF), and the French Dairy Board (CNIEL), representing exquisite European cheeses, launched their ‘Full of Character‘ campaign in India, with aid from the European Union. And it has been a heartfelt celebration of the rich heritage, outstanding quality, and irresistible flavours of French cheese, including iconic varieties such as Brie, Comté, Camembert, Emmental, Blue cheese, Raclette which won the hearts and palates of cheese enthusiasts across India. To kick-off this campaign, CNIEL has hosted an influencer workshop, a networking event, and a culinary workshop, so far

Cheese Buffet

‘Full of Character’, which is a three-year-long campaign, pays homage to the artistry and craftsmanship inherent in European cheese-making. With more than 1200 cheese varieties available in France, the campaign showcases the diverse range of flavours, textures, and aromas that have made these types of cheese cherished delights on tables worldwide. This campaign aims to educate consumers about the intricacies of French cheese and inspire them to embrace the joy of savouring each of these delectable creations.

 

Implemented by the CNIEL, a series of captivating events and experiences were organized to fully immersed cheese enthusiasts in the enchanting world of French cheese. The influencer workshop brought together prominent voices, such as chefs and food influencers, to experience the allure of French cheese through interactive tastings and masterclasses led by Best Awarded Cheesemonger, Francois Robin. Also hosted were networking event for media and industry people to highlight the artistry and dedication that go into producing top-quality French cheeses.

Cheese Specialist Francois Robin with Students During Culinary Workshop

 

In keeping with their commitment to sustainability and responsible production, the French dairy sector emphasises their dedication to animal welfare, and environmental stewardship through the campaign. Local French farmers and cheesemakers ensured the highest quality standards while upholding the values of authenticity and environmental responsibility.

We take great pride in being at the forefront of supplying French cheeses to India. Our campaign, showcasing the diversity and quality of French cheeses, underscores our unwavering commitment to the Indian market. As we celebrate the success of our recent initiatives, we are eager to explore the boundless possibilities that await us,” said Laurent Damien, Deputy General Manager at the CNIEL and Chairman of EMF.

‘Full of Character’ campaign will also be accompanied by an extensive social media presence that showcase the vast variety and unparalleled quality of French cheeses. Through social media channels such as Facebook and Instagram, the European Milk Forum plans to encourage enthusiasts to share their experiences, recipes, and love for French cheese, and foster a vibrant and engaged community of cheese connoisseurs.

In the coming months, as part of the ‘Full of Character’ campaign, CNIEL plans to host several such interactive tastings, influencer campaigns on social media, in-store promotions, and more, to give Indians a taste of French cheese.

Global Leaders and Innovators in Tackling the Climate Crisis Come Together to Judge Ground-breaking Student Competition

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Oxford University Press, Digital Camp and Eden Project lend support with lesson plans, events and reach, to inspire action in classrooms across the world

 

Delhi, India

The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge, a ground-breaking competition inviting high school students and educators worldwide to contribute their innovative ideas to combat the climate crisis, has today announced a panel of international judges who will review entries to the hotly anticipated competition.
The strong judging panel, made up of influential thought-leaders, founders, CEOs and global entrepreneurs, will collaborate to mark entries from groups of students, aged 15 to 18, presenting their proposals for addressing the climate crisis.
They will also judge entries from high school teachers, who are asked to submit climate change lesson plans that raise awareness and inspire students to think creatively about tackling one of the most pressing concerns of our time.
The panel of judges for the competition includes:

  • Amir Dossal, Founder and President, Global Partnerships Forum, Distinguished Fellow, Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum
  • Ashley Thomas, Former Innovations Rapid Evaluator, X, The Moonshot Factory*
  • Eleanor Hevey, Associate Director, Centre for Disaster Protection *
  • Elena Branet, CEO and Founder, Digital Camp
  • Fatna Ikrame El Fanne, Environmental Engineer; Co-founder and Director of Projects, Youth For Climate
  • Ishaq Bolarinwa, CEO, Anfani*
  • Juergen Heeg, Managing Director, Hillhouse*
  • Dr. Karan Thakur, Group Sustainability Lead & Vice President – Public Affairs, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.
  • Karuna Singh, Regional Director Asia, Earth Day Network
  • Dr. Lynn Kirkpatrick, CEO, Ensyce Biosciences
  • Dr. Manju Kak, Secretary General, All India Women’s Conference
  • Nadim Matta, Founder and President Emeritus, RE!NSTITUTE, and Co-founder, nafda Lebanon
  • Nicholas Henderson, Director, Essai
  • Nick Valenzia, Founder of Leafr Climate Freelancing*
  • Puja Balachander, Head of Venture Launchpad, Carbon13*
  • Dr. Rajiv Chhibber, Vice President, External Affairs, Sahajanand Medical Technologies
  • Revital Marom, Senior Board Advisor, Digital Camp
  • Sidarth Bali, Assistant Vice President Carbon, ReNew Power
  • Shikhar Malhotra, Director and Board Member, HCL Corporation, Chancellor, Shiv Nadar University
  • Dr. Yubin Park, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, ApolloMed
  • Zoe Cokeliss Barsley, Director of Sustainability, Oxford University Press

*Oxford Said alumni
The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge culminates in a ceremony for finalists during COP28 in Dubai, later this December – five teams from the student category and five individuals from the teacher category.
They will have the remarkable opportunity to present their solutions to a distinguished audience in Dubai, and the winners will earn a coveted spot in a bespoke program at Oxford Said next year. They will also gain access to a vibrant community of influential entrepreneurs and thought leaders in innovation and social impact from around the world.
The initiative, forged through a partnership between one of Europe’s leading business schools and one of the Middle East’s premier healthcare providers, aims to give young people the visibility and recognition they deserve on the global stage. As the climate crisis looms large, it is crucial to address the challenges that future generations will face in the coming decades.
Speaking about the competition, Amir Dossal, President, Global Partnerships Forum, and Distinguished Fellow, Health & Healthcare, World Economic Forum, said, “The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge is a remarkable platform for young minds and educators. At a time when the world is dealing with a climate crisis, initiatives like these are the beacons of hope for a better future and resonate deeply with the United Nations vision of empowering youth in realizing the Sustainable Development Goals. By catalysing the next generation’s commitment to climate action, we will increase the chances of restoring our planet back to good health. I am excited to support this competition and I eagerly anticipate reviewing the entries as I believe they carry the seeds of transformative solutions that can shape a more sustainable future.”
Shikhar Malhotra, competition judge; Director and Board Member, HCL Corporation; and Chancellor, Shiv Nadar University, added “As we navigate the complexities of climate change, it is essential to empower the next generation with the knowledge and tools to make a difference. Sustainability is a shared responsibility, and I am thrilled to join this esteemed panel of judges to support and recognize the efforts of these young innovators. I believe that this competition will not only spark creativity but also drive real change in our fight against climate change.”
Echoing the sentiments of fellow judges, Dr. Karan Thakur, Group Lead – Sustainability & ESG and Vice President – Public Affairs at Apollo Hospitals Group, said, “As we grapple with the consequences of climate change, it is crucial to recognize that health is at the forefront of these impacts. The health effects of climate change are far-reaching, from heat-related illnesses to the spread of infectious diseases. It’s heartening to see young minds and educators stepping up to confront this challenge. The innovative ideas generated in this competition may hold the key to healthier lives for generations to come.”
Zoe Cokeliss Barsley, Director of Sustainability, Oxford University Press, added, “Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and the need to find innovative solutions is now critical. The Climate Change Challenge is an incredible opportunity for young people and educators to put their minds to solving the crisis, and to share their ideas on a global stage. I’m delighted to be involved as a judge and I can’t wait to see the ideas they come up with.”
To equip students and teachers in entering the challenge, the Eden Project has offered free access to a lesson plan, ‘Climate Response – Doers, ShoppersLearners, Shouters’ and further teaching resources, to facilitate Climate Conversations in the classroom.
Oxford University Press will be connecting with its extensive reach of teachers and schools across the globe, to encourage them to get involved in the competition.
Digital Camp is engaging its global network of technology and business professionals to support students and teachers to build green tech projects with mentoring.
There will also be a series of free-to-access, live-streamed events, designed to support both students and teachers in their planning, ready to submit their Climate Change Challenge by 15th October:

  • Saturday 23rd September: Digital Camp online workshop for students
  • Wednesday 4th October: Eden Project live event, streamed from the Rainforest Biome in Cornwall, UK

The winning student team and educator will be awarded an exclusive opportunity to attend specially curated courses at Oxford Said in the spring of 2024, located within the prestigious University of Oxford. To learn more about the competition and participate, please visit the Climate Change Challenge website for detailed information.

Redefining luxury in Indore A project by Dheeraj Lulla

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In the bustling city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, where the real estate landscape has been synonymous with sprawling mansions and expansive homes, a visionary builder Dheeraj Lulla is carving a new niche by redefining luxury living in compact spaces. Dheeraj Lulla, a trailblazer in the real estate industry, is spearheading a revolution by crafting opulent lifestyle homes within just 800 square feet, challenging the conventional norms of space and luxury.

Lulla’s journey into the realm of real estate innovation began with a simple yet audacious idea—to create homes that encapsulate luxury, comfort, and functionality within a limited space. His belief in the potential of smaller living spaces to deliver a grand living experience laid the foundation for his groundbreaking projects.

In a city where large estates and sprawling residences have been the epitome of luxury, Lulla’s approach has been a breath of fresh air. He recognized the evolving needs of the urban populace—individuals and families seeking a luxurious lifestyle without compromising on space, quality, or convenience.

One of Lulla’s most recent projects, “11-11 R-M landholdings,” has garnered widespread attention and acclaim for its innovative design and meticulous attention to detail. These residences boast sophisticated interiors, cutting-edge amenities, and smart space utilization techniques that maximize functionality without compromising on aesthetics.

What sets Dheeraj Lulla’s creations apart is his commitment to blending luxury with practicality. His homes are meticulously crafted to optimize every inch of space, incorporating multifunctional furniture, clever storage solutions, and state-of-the-art technology to create an environment that exudes grandeur and comfort.

Moreover, Lulla’s projects are a testament to sustainable and eco-friendly living. From incorporating energy-efficient fixtures to utilizing eco-conscious materials, his endeavors align with the growing global trend towards responsible and mindful construction practices.

The reception to Lulla’s innovative approach has been overwhelmingly positive. Prospective homeowners are drawn not only to the allure of luxury but also to the convenience and efficiency that these compact yet lavish spaces offer. The success of his projects has not only transformed the real estate landscape in Indore but has also sparked interest and admiration from developers and enthusiasts across the country.

Dheeraj Lulla’s pioneering spirit and dedication to redefining luxury living in compact spaces have undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the real estate industry. His vision, coupled with an unwavering commitment to quality and innovation, continues to inspire and revolutionize the way people perceive and experience luxury in their homes.

As Lulla continues to push the boundaries of conventional real estate, his endeavors serve as a testament to the idea that luxury knows no bounds, transcending the limitations of space and redefining the essence of opulent living.

In a world where space is increasingly becoming a premium, Dheeraj Lulla’s innovative approach stands as a beacon of possibility, offering a glimpse into a future where luxury and comfort harmoniously coexist within compact yet extravagant spaces.

Global Leaders and Innovators in Tackling the Climate Crisis Come Together to Judge Ground-breaking Student Competition – Corelook Infotech

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The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge, a ground-breaking competition inviting high school students and educators worldwide to contribute their innovative ideas to combat the climate crisis, has today announced a panel of international judges who will review entries to the hotly anticipated competition.
The strong judging panel, made up of influential thought-leaders, founders, CEOs and global entrepreneurs, will collaborate to mark entries from groups of students, aged 15 to 18, presenting their proposals for addressing the climate crisis.
They will also judge entries from high school teachers, who are asked to submit climate change lesson plans that raise awareness and inspire students to think creatively about tackling one of the most pressing concerns of our time.
The panel of judges for the competition includes:

  • Amir Dossal, Founder and President, Global Partnerships Forum, Distinguished Fellow, Health and Healthcare, World Economic Forum
  • Ashley Thomas, Former Innovations Rapid Evaluator, X, The Moonshot Factory*
  • Eleanor Hevey, Associate Director, Centre for Disaster Protection *
  • Elena Branet, CEO and Founder, Digital Camp
  • Fatna Ikrame El Fanne, Environmental Engineer; Co-founder and Director of Projects, Youth For Climate
  • Ishaq Bolarinwa, CEO, Anfani*
  • Juergen Heeg, Managing Director, Hillhouse*
  • Dr. Karan Thakur, Group Sustainability Lead & Vice President – Public Affairs, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.
  • Karuna Singh, Regional Director Asia, Earth Day Network
  • Dr. Lynn Kirkpatrick, CEO, Ensyce Biosciences
  • Dr. Manju Kak, Secretary General, All India Women’s Conference
  • Nadim Matta, Founder and President Emeritus, RE!NSTITUTE, and Co-founder, nafda Lebanon
  • Nicholas Henderson, Director, Essai
  • Nick Valenzia, Founder of Leafr Climate Freelancing*
  • Puja Balachander, Head of Venture Launchpad, Carbon13*
  • Dr. Rajiv Chhibber, Vice President, External Affairs, Sahajanand Medical Technologies
  • Revital Marom, Senior Board Advisor, Digital Camp
  • Sidarth Bali, Assistant Vice President Carbon, ReNew Power
  • Shikhar Malhotra, Director and Board Member, HCL Corporation, Chancellor, Shiv Nadar University
  • Dr. Yubin Park, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, ApolloMed
  • Zoe Cokeliss Barsley, Director of Sustainability, Oxford University Press

*Oxford Said alumni
The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge culminates in a ceremony for finalists during COP28 in Dubai, later this December – five teams from the student category and five individuals from the teacher category.
They will have the remarkable opportunity to present their solutions to a distinguished audience in Dubai, and the winners will earn a coveted spot in a bespoke program at Oxford Said next year. They will also gain access to a vibrant community of influential entrepreneurs and thought leaders in innovation and social impact from around the world.
The initiative, forged through a partnership between one of Europe’s leading business schools and one of the Middle East’s premier healthcare providers, aims to give young people the visibility and recognition they deserve on the global stage. As the climate crisis looms large, it is crucial to address the challenges that future generations will face in the coming decades.
Speaking about the competition, Amir Dossal, President, Global Partnerships Forum, and Distinguished Fellow, Health & Healthcare, World Economic Forum, said, “The Burjeel Holdings Oxford Said Climate Change Challenge is a remarkable platform for young minds and educators. At a time when the world is dealing with a climate crisis, initiatives like these are the beacons of hope for a better future and resonate deeply with the United Nations vision of empowering youth in realizing the Sustainable Development Goals. By catalysing the next generation’s commitment to climate action, we will increase the chances of restoring our planet back to good health. I am excited to support this competition and I eagerly anticipate reviewing the entries as I believe they carry the seeds of transformative solutions that can shape a more sustainable future.”
Shikhar Malhotra, competition judge; Director and Board Member, HCL Corporation; and Chancellor, Shiv Nadar University, added “As we navigate the complexities of climate change, it is essential to empower the next generation with the knowledge and tools to make a difference. Sustainability is a shared responsibility, and I am thrilled to join this esteemed panel of judges to support and recognize the efforts of these young innovators. I believe that this competition will not only spark creativity but also drive real change in our fight against climate change.”
Echoing the sentiments of fellow judges, Dr. Karan Thakur, Group Lead – Sustainability & ESG and Vice President – Public Affairs at Apollo Hospitals Group, said, “As we grapple with the consequences of climate change, it is crucial to recognize that health is at the forefront of these impacts. The health effects of climate change are far-reaching, from heat-related illnesses to the spread of infectious diseases. It’s heartening to see young minds and educators stepping up to confront this challenge. The innovative ideas generated in this competition may hold the key to healthier lives for generations to come.”
Zoe Cokeliss Barsley, Director of Sustainability, Oxford University Press, added, “Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and the need to find innovative solutions is now critical. The Climate Change Challenge is an incredible opportunity for young people and educators to put their minds to solving the crisis, and to share their ideas on a global stage. I’m delighted to be involved as a judge and I can’t wait to see the ideas they come up with.”
To equip students and teachers in entering the challenge, the Eden Project has offered free access to a lesson plan, ‘Climate Response – Doers, ShoppersLearners, Shouters’ and further teaching resources, to facilitate Climate Conversations in the classroom.
Oxford University Press will be connecting with its extensive reach of teachers and schools across the globe, to encourage them to get involved in the competition.
Digital Camp is engaging its global network of technology and business professionals to support students and teachers to build green tech projects with mentoring.
There will also be a series of free-to-access, live-streamed events, designed to support both students and teachers in their planning, ready to submit their Climate Change Challenge by 15th October:

  • Saturday 23rd September: Digital Camp online workshop for students
  • Wednesday 4th October: Eden Project live event, streamed from the Rainforest Biome in Cornwall, UK

The winning student team and educator will be awarded an exclusive opportunity to attend specially curated courses at Oxford Said in the spring of 2024, located within the prestigious University of Oxford. To learn more about the competition and participate, please visit the Climate Change Challenge website for detailed information.

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