The annual premium amount for a house of 150 square meters is 1510 kuna, and for an apartment or apartment of 45 square meters 862 kuna. For that money, it’s not worth taking the risk and burdening yourself with the thought of something happening to you. What advice do you most often give to renters who are just starting a business with renting an apartment? If the owner has enough free time, he can do more or less everything that the agency staff does, which is, of course, more profitable for him, but it requires much more time, effort, knowledge and experience in tourism. “If the owner decides to rent his accommodation on his own, my recommendation is to advertise on numerous internet portals, of which Booking.com and Airbnb are certainly the strongest and unavoidable ” says Bencun. Successful landlords are aware of the fact that insuring a building and the things in it is a smart investment, the same as in marketing or decorating a building. “As the owner of a travel agency that has been working with private renters since 2008, I always tell the owners of rental facilities that there are two ways they can offer their facilities to guests. They can do this in cooperation with a Croatian travel agency that rents out private accommodation or start the whole business on their own. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages. If you have an apartment registered for rent, the agency will perform the following for you: advertising, receiving guests (check in / out), payment, registration, and some even offer cleaning services. In that case, the owner has minimal obligations and can fully dedicate himself to his work. ” explains Bencun. What are the common beginner mistakes that always occur and how to avoid them? On the other hand, how can the rental business be improved? People are often convinced that renting is easy and that it goes without saying. For that reason, they do not ask for advice, and then they usually get stuck on the wrongly formed price because they did not prepare well, advertise and make a calculation. Then they start lowering prices in order to fill their capacities at least to some extent, and in that way the owner and the entire market suffer damage. People are often convinced that renting is easy so they don’t ask for advice. So they usually get stuck on the wrongly formed price because they didn’t advertise well and made a calculation. Then they start lowering prices in order to fill the capacities at least to some extent and thus suffer damage, warns Iva Bencun. It is important to differ in some way in the sea of supply. There are really many apartments and it is best to be at least a little different from the others when it comes to decorating. Another important thing is, complete commitment to the guest, because their reviews are the main recommendation. I think people need to make serious calculations to see if it pays to start this business at all. Based on her rich experience in tourism, we asked her where all private renters should advertise and in what way is it best for them to step into the market? THERE IS SALVATION IN DOMOS RENT I definitely recommend it. Insure your apartments on an annual basis because it does not cost too much, and if something happens to you, you and your guests will be glad to have it because you will not suffer much damage. Iva Bencun is the owner of the tourist agency “Feral Tours” from Zadar, to which the Tourist Board of Zadar County once awarded a special recognition for innovation and contribution to new tourist programs. One of these contributions is Iva’s participation in the creation of the Zadar Outdoor Festival, which aims to brand the Zadar region as an ideal destination for an active vacation. Prices are a public thing. Just take a look on the Internet to see how the prices are set by the owners of similar apartments in your area, and to know how you will form your own. What is very different from the business of seven, eight years ago, is that you can no longer determine a price that will be fixed, that is, it is difficult to have a fixed price list all the time. The price changes daily, sometimes several times during the day, depending on supply and demand. It’s something that owners should definitely keep in mind when they decide to start renting. ” For example, Domos Rent, a package of the insurance company Euroherc, protects assets from the ten most common risks, damages that can be caused by guests, but also lost earnings when you cannot receive guests due to the damage caused. In addition to Domos Rent, guests’ property is also insured, and if they happen to have any injuries during their stay in your apartment, this is also covered by Domos Rent. What about apartment and guest insurance? There is no fixed price list The amount of the annual premium may vary depending on the place of insurance, and it includes the above coverage. Booking.com is strong enough that you don’t need social networks, but of course it’s always good to use them, especially if you have more apartments. How important are services like Booking.com, and how important are social networks? How to form prices? More information on contracting a tourist insurance package for renters in tourism – DOMOS RENT, find out HERE
In Port Elizabeth, Ghana made sure little pressure built on their quest for a quarterfinal spot by taking the lead after only six minutes and doubling their advantage only 17 minutes later. Mali didn’t panic and drew level just over 10 minutes later through Mamadou Samassa after the Congolese, under pressure, conceded possession inside their box. Adama Tamboura, attacking down the left, robbed a defender and then picked out Samassa, who was left unattended mere metres from goal. He finished with his right foot to make it 1-1. Christian Atsu and Gyan then combined beautifully down the left-hand flank to once again open up the Menas defence, resulting in a close range shot for Atsu, who finished with composure with his left foot to make it Ghana 2, Niger 0. That means a quarterfinal showdown with Bafana Bafana for Mali’s Eagles in Durban on 2 February, while Ghana’s Black Stars will take on Cape Verde in Port Elizabeth on the same day. DRC vs MaliIn Durban, midfielder Mohamed Sissoko was caught out in the very first minute of the game when Yves Diba burst past him into the box. Reacting too late, Sissoko caught Diba with a boot, sending the striker to the ground. The referee had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Dieumerci Mbokani was given the responsibility of taking the penalty kick and responded with a well-placed shot, high to the goalkeeper’s left to put the Leopards ahead. Looking ahead, he said: “Our next match is against South Africa. That will be another tough game for us but I believe that pressure will be on them on Saturday. This stadium [Moses Mabhida] will be full with all the supporters of South Africa, but we will do our best.” “I think we played very well, this was a good game. We have our next game against Bafana Bafana. I’m hoping we can continue playing well in this tournament. We have played against Bafana before. They are a host country. They are big here in Durban. We are going to play them in their own ground. That won’t be easy.” Apart from Keita, Modibo Maiaga shone out wide for Mali, while goal scorer Samassa did good work up front. Tamboura was good down the flank and Molla Wague led the defence effectively. The Eagles, with Keita pulling the strings, dictated the pace of play, although the Leopards managed to match them in the possession stakes. Eagles’ coach Patrice Carteron praised the Leopards after the contest, saying: “We are happy to have qualified for the quarterfinals. We played a difficult game against a difficult team. They have a good team and a good coach.” Group standings Hope for MaliMali captain Seydou Keita led from the front and was the Eagles’ best player on the day. He said the victory would mean a lot to the Malian people. “This means a lot for Mali. This qualification will give hope to Mali people, you all know what is happening in our country. I’m very happy. Captain’s goalThe first goal came when captain Asamoah Gyan finished off a counter-attack down the right flank by blasting past Kassaly Daouda from the right corner of the six-yard box, leaving the goalkeeper with little chance of stopping his low shot. Gyan starred for Ghana, having a hand in all three goals, while Boye and Isaac Vorsah were solid at the back. Niger struggled to make an impression on the Ghanaians, although Moussa Maazou fought manfully to test the Black Stars with little support. Cheick Diabate found the outside of the same goal post in the 82nd minute after he had beaten Kidiaba, only to be challenged by two Congolese defenders. Keita also broke through shortly before the final whistle, forcing Kidiaba into a save with his feet. Niger had the ball in the Ghana net in the ninth minute, but the referee ruled goalkeeper Fatawu Dauda had been fouled and the Black Stars retained their lead. After Monday’s game, Ghanaian coach Kwesi Appiah declared himself happy with his team’s performance against Niger, saying they had lifted themselves for the challenge. “Niger was a good team. They defended well. My players stepped up their performance and that resulted in Niger not coming out as they are used to.” Three goals to the goodThe Black Stars’ third came early in the second half after Daouda could only parry a downward header from Gyan. Defender John Boye was on hand to pounce on the loose ball and tap it into the Nigerien net to put his side three goals to the good. 29 January 2013 Ghana topped the group standings with seven points from their three games, Mali earned four points, the DRC three after three draws and Niger a single point. Deserved to advanceMali conceded a penalty in the first minute of their showdown with the DRC and found themselves behind almost before any players could break a sweat, but truth be told they had the better of the game and deserved to advance. Two quarterfinal match-ups were decided in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) in Durban and Port Elizabeth on Monday, with Ghana and Mali progressing from Group B to the knockout stages of the tournament. Second halfIn the second half, Samassa tested DRC goalkeeper Muteba Kidiaba with a left-footed shot from the edge of the box in the second half, which Kidiaba fumbled, but the ball rolled wide of his left hand post and out for a corner. Still, he warned: “We are half way through and can do much better.” Ghana made it look easy with a 3-0 victory over Niger at Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth, but Mali were made to work hard for a 1-1 draw with the Democratic Republic of Congo at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium, the draw being enough to see them through in second place in the group. Yves Ilunga was the DRC’s best player and worked hard to get forward. Youssouf Mulumba gave as good as he got in the midfield and defenders Mpeko Issama and Kiritsho Kasusula combined well to hold the Eagles at bay. SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
11 May 2016Kigali, Rwanda hosts the 26th World Economic Forum on Africa from 11 to 13 May 2016. The country is in the midst of an economic and social renaissance following over two decades of turmoil and uncertainty, building itself into one of Africa’s prominent emerging nations.Here is a list of things about Rwanda and its people you might not know to help you understand how the country has grown in the last twenty years.Gorillas and tourismDespite initial concerns from environmentalists, Rwanda has shown that one of its most popular tourist attractions, the mountain gorilla and other primate species are fully protected and treated with respect from locals and tourists.While prices to visit gorilla sanctuaries are considered steep, even for tourists, the majority of funds is put back into conservation projects which concentrates on increasing the numbers of endangered species. It also contributes to improving the lives of communities serving the sanctuaries. Conservation education is a high priority for the country resulting in a significant drop in gorilla poaching over the last ten years.In addition to gorillas, Rwanda boasts a rich biodiversity that includes protected rain forest and mountain areas containing a variety of primate species, plant types, mammal and reptile wildlife. It is all protected and promoted over and above global conservation standards.Bisoke Volcanoe, at the Volcanoes NP – Rwanda-, home of mountain gorillas @SavingGorillas @CASHP_GWU @GWMcFarlinLab pic.twitter.com/wGnHypT0Un— Jordi Galbany (@jordigalbany) September 30, 2015Coffee and economicsRwanda is the most densely populated country in Africa, with 80% of the population involved in agriculture, primarily subsistence farming. The country’s chief export is award-winning coffee and tea. Starbucks Coffee is one of the largest importers of Rwandan coffee products, emphasising support for smaller coffee growers.The country is heavily invested in microfinancing, economically developing small enterprise and encouraging entrepreneurship, particularly in rural areas. The focus of these cover a wide range of industries, including construction, transport, trade and services, production and processing of agricultural products.According to the World Bank, between 2001 and 2015, Rwanda posted an average annual growth of real GDP of 8%. This was driven mainly by the higher productivity in the agricultural and industrial sectors. The World Bank’s annual Doing Business 2016 survey selected Rwanda as the second easiest country in Sub-Saharan Africa to do business with.In the post-genocide period, Rwanda received 100% foreign aid. In 2011, that number decreased to 40%.According to the most recent McKinsey 7 Company’s report, Lions on the Move: The Progress and Potential of African Economies, Rwanda is ranked 6th on the continent.Three award-winning coffees from Rwanda showcase diverse flavors https://t.co/tVQLjDkeOq @SBUXRoastery @1912Pike pic.twitter.com/wHVye9Jihw— Starbucks_Eagan_Mall (@Starbucks_20688) April 22, 2016No plastic bagsLittering and dumping in Kigali is illegal so it has unofficially become one of the cleanest cities in the world. On the last Saturday of the month citizens between 18 to 65 years old gather for compulsory community service called umuganda meaning “coming together in common purpose to achieve an outcome” – to clean up litter.In 2008, the country implemented a nationwide ban on plastic bags, including removing bags brought in by tourists.Rwanda banned plastic bags years ago when other countries impose taxes on plastic bags.If they can do it so can we. pic.twitter.com/lVS4Sd40rq— Faye Peters (@fayepeters) March 31, 2016Building new generations, building a futureAccording to stats from the World Health Organisation and the country’s ministry of health, Rwanda has seen a dramatic drop in infant mortality rates over the last ten years, dropping from 152 to 76 deaths per thousand.Participation in secondary schooling has doubled since 2006, and the enrolment rate in primary education has far exceeded the set Millennium Development Goal (MDC) target of 91%.Approximately 90.6% of Rwandans are enrolled in a community-based national health insurance system called Mutuelle de Sante. Begun in 1999, the system is arranged according to household allowance so people pay what they can afford. The system is installed in all hospitals and rural clinics. Life expectancy has doubled since the late 1990s to 63 years, according to the World Bank.The country has invested in world-class road infrastructure, including a safe, reliable transport system serving as a link between its cities and rural areas.Rwanda is a leading African digital nation, with free Wi-Fi available to all on public buses, in hospitals, taxi parks, commercial buildings and restaurants, and 95% of the population have 4G access.Rwanda is ranked as the fifth safest country in the world, according to the Gallup Global Law and Order 2015 Report, after Singapore, Hong Kong, Norway and Spain.The Rwandan parliament includes the highest percentage of female ministers in the world -63.8%.According to the 2015 Ibrahim index of African Governance, Rwanda has displayed consistent overall governance improvements since 2000. It is ranked number one in Africa for Gender Equality and one of the top five most improved countries since 2000.Gallup Global Report 2015 ranks #Rwanda as the safest place to walk at night in #Africa & 5th globally. #WEFAfrica pic.twitter.com/GbKZJtMG7T— Government of Rwanda (@RwandaGov) April 25, 2016Source: AFKInsider
SUNRISE, Fla. — The Florida Panthers keep setting franchise records.Roberto Luongo stopped 40 shots for his third shutout of the season as the Panthers beat the New York Rangers 3-0 Jan. 2. for their franchise-best eighth straight win.Brandon Pirri, Vincent Trocheck and Logan Shaw each scored to help Florida regain first place in the Atlantic Division.The Panthers also set a franchise mark with their sixth consecutive home win and snapped a seven-game losing streak to the Rangers, beating them for the first time since April 23, 2013.Luongo got his seventh straight win, breaking his own Panthers franchise consecutive wins record, and tying Lorne Chabot and Harry Lumley for 11th place in NHL history with 71 career shutouts.“I’m more worried about the standings list than career accomplishments. Our goal is to be in the playoffs,” Luongo said.The Panthers have won 14 of their past 17.“It’s awesome. It couldn’t go any better for us right now, but we’ve got to keep playing,” Panthers coach Gerard Gallant said. “We’ve got more than half the season left to go. They’re great wins, but we’ve got to do it every night.”The announced crowd of 20,289 at the BB&T Center was the largest this season.Henrik Lundqvist made 15 saves for the Rangers, who have lost eight of their past nine on the road and 10 of their past 14 overall (4-8-2).“This team today, they had some really good skills,” Lundqvist said. “If we get (a goal) there in the second, it’s a different game.”The Panthers led 3-0 after two periods despite being outshot 24-12.“There’s no doubt that Luongo had a good night tonight, but you’ve got to find a way to make it harder on him,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. “Better screens, more people at the net. Yes, he did have a good night, but at the end of the day we had some looks and we didn’t capitalize.”Ahead 1-0, the Panthers doubled their lead early in the second. Alex Petrovic shot from the point and Lundqvist stopped the shot with his blocker but the puck bounced off Trocheck’s leg and into the net at 4:41.Pirri’s power-play goal gave the Panthers a 3-0 lead little past the midpoint of the period. Pirri’s shot from the right circle got past Lundqvist with 8:42 remaining in the second, giving the Panther three goals on 10 shots.The Panthers took a 1-0 lead on the goal by Shaw with 25 seconds left in the first. Corban Knight passed from the left circle to Shaw in the slot, who redirected the puck past Lundqvist on the short side.(PAUL GEREFFI) TweetPinShare0 Shares
Allegri will make huge demands if Man Utd approachby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is being linked with Manchester United.Tuttosport says United are keen to bring in Allegri should they relieve Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of his duties.But he would have some demands if he was to come to England.Allegri will want ‘massive interventions’ in the January window should he accept the job in the near future.United spent big in the summer, bringing in £150m worth of talent.But the former Premier League heavyweights only added three players with that money, in the form of Harry Maguire, Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.More is needed if United are to catch up with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
New Delhi: The student union elections at Ambedkar University on Wednesday will see a triangular fight between the RSS-affiliated ABVP and Left student outfits SFI and AISA. This is the second year of the students’ union polls in the varsity. The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad’s (ABVP) unit at the university was set up almost two months ago and the outfit has fielded candidates for the posts of councillors at BA programmes. The All India Students’ Association (AISA) is contesting 10 councillor posts whereas last year it had contested on two posts, both of which it had won. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehicles According to a functionary of Students’ Federation of India (SFI), the AISA has fielded candidates against them on some seats. “In JNU, the outfits (AISA and SFI) have an alliance while in Delhi University, we had appealed this year that all the left outfits should fight the polls together. The AISA did not approach us for an alliance in Ambedkar University, he said. He also claimed their candidates been elected unopposed on some of the seats. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: Javadekar The elections in the Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD), scheduled for September 25, are being conducted by Election Committees formed by students as per the varsity’s constitution of the Students’ Union. Candidates are contesting for the posts of Class Representatives at the Class level and Councillor at the Programme level. This implies that students shall cast their votes only for candidates contesting elections in their programmes. The AUDSU Constitution mandates that there shall be one Class Representative (CR) for every class of 50 students and two CRs shall be elected if the strength exceeds more than 50. However, there shall be only one Councillor per programme. Collectively, CRs and Councillors will function at the University level (Student Council) and the School level (School-level Class Representatives’ Committee). This model is different from other universities, as per the vision of the first Student Council, which wanted to implement a horizontal representative model, rather than a hierarchical one, the varsity said. On Monday, the Councillors’ Debate, which is a prerequisite for contesting elections, was organised. As per information shared by Election Committees of three campuses a total of 92 nominations (for both Class Representative and Councillor posts) were filed. The university had held its Students’ Council elections in 2016 but there was opposition from some sections who felt they were not adhering to norms. Even though 28 representatives were elected, no union was formed.
Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh police chief O P Singh has asked all district units to run a campaign to detect illegal Bangladeshi migrants, in instructions issued amid the political row over the National Register of Citizens update in Assam. The police should then inform the state’s home department, beginning the process of their deportation, a letter sent by the director general of police to district police chiefs said. The letter said it has come to the notice that Bangladeshis are living illegally in the state and many of them have gone missing . Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework In the present scenario, to strengthen the state’s internal security, it is necessary to identify and verify Bangladeshis and other foreigners residing in the state,” the DGP said. The letter in Hindi was released to the media by the DGP’s office on Tuesday. The DGP, however, told the media later that the exercise is routine , similar to the ones carried out in previous years. It has nothing to do with the NRC, he said. The DGP wrote that places like railway stations, bus stations, new colonies and roadside locations where Bangladeshis and other foreign nationals seek shelter should be identified. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen The identity of the residents there should be verified and the exercise recorded on video, the DGP instructed. The videography, he said later, was to ensure transparency and prevent any harassment during the exercise. “If during the probe people claim that they belong to another district or state, this should be verified, his letter said. It should also be probed what documents, like ration cards, voter ID cards, driving licences and passports, they have procured to legalise their stay,” the DGP added. The police should then begin the process of cancellation of documents obtained by illegal migrants, the letter advised. It urged action against brokers and officials who helped illegal migrants get such documents. He said fingerprints of Bangladeshis and other foreigners staying illegally should be lifted and sent to the state’s fingerprints bureau, where district-wise details should be kept. Construction companies should be asked to maintain identity proof of labourers working for them, it said. The DGP said the exercise should be taken seriously to maintain internal security, as festivals are nearing. He also urged coordination among different agencies and transparency” during the campaign.
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