Official: Uche Agbo is new Deportivo player

first_imgAt 24 years and 1.85 meters high, he is a player with great physical deployment that serves as a containment midfielder. Despite his youth, he has already gone through LaLiga, Premier, Calcio, Belgium and this same campaign has played in the Portuguese league. In Spain he militated in Granada and Rayo Vallecano. In the Andalusian team it was where he had more prominence. After passing through the subsidiary, he played a total of 31 games in First in the 2016-17 season.Fernando Vázquez has already shown that he does not shake his hand when it comes to pulling the new signings, no matter how little they take in the dynamics of the team. The midfielder will be at your service tomorrow and has options to play against Albacete. Of course, as long as the club manages to exit one of its players, since at this time it already has 25 chips covered, so you can not register Agbo for now. I had been in To Coruña He had even visited the Sports City of Abegondo and witnessed two live matches in Riazor, but it was not until Tuesday when Uche Agbo has officially become Deportivo player. The Nigerian midfielder, who arrives on loan from him Standard of Liège, sign until the end of the season, but with an option for the extension of that loan.last_img read more

CTM recognised as one of Australias most innovative

first_imgCTM recognised as one of Australia’s most innovativeCorporate Travel Management (CTM; ASX CTD) has again been recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative companies, for its ongoing commitment to delivering innovation in its business model and service offering.CTM was ranked 37th on the AFR Most Innovative Companies List, which was announced at last night’s gala, in Sydney.This is the second consecutive year the company has been recognised for its innovation practices, having made the prestigious list in 2015 as the only travel company in the top 50.CTM’s CEO Australia & New Zealand and Global COO Laura Ruffles said the award recognises a team dedicated to service excellence, who constantly strive to innovate in their delivery of new services that challenge and improve the status quo.“The award is a testament to our dedicated team who work tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure CTM continues to add value to clients through its global network, industry-leading software and client offering,” she said.Ms Ruffles said as millennials become larger stakeholders in company decision-making processes, technology is becoming increasingly integral to staying competitive and winning new business.“We’re taking corporate travel technology to new heights both here in Australia and across the globe, with the delivery of tools which utilise big data and predictive technology to better understand and deliver on the needs of corporate travellers” she said.“This year we’ve delivered our clients a ground breaking new online booking tool which consumerises the process of booking corporate travel, and the first native mobile booking app built in Australia. Not only does this put the user ‘front and centre’ of the booking experience, it brings a new level of innovation, speed and agility to the corporate travel technology landscape.”CTM provides travel management solutions to some of Australia’s biggest companies and recently.partnered with Coles to deliver the technology solution behind flybuys travel which allows members to earn and burn flybuys points when booking their leisure travel.Finalists for the AFR awards are selected by industry experts, before the winners are selected by a team of Inventium analysts.About CTM CTM is an award-winning provider of innovative and cost-effective travel management solutions to the corporate market. Its proven business strategy combines personalised service-excellence with client-facing technology solutions to deliver a return-on-investment to clients.Headquartered in Australia, the company employs over 2,200 FTE staff globally and services clients in 82 countries.Source = Corporate Travel Managementlast_img read more