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Sentebale Chairman Johnny Hornby told the audience: “Our hope is that tonight we can raise awareness of the challenges being faced by young people affected by HIV in sub-Saharan Africa change the conversation surrounding the virus, and most importantly raise vital funds that will ensure these young people are supported and get the right start in life."

Quintessentially Group

The announcement comes after the government appointed philanthropist Ben Elliot as the UK’s first Food Surplus and Waste Champion, prompting him to launch the Step up to the Plate initiative last month, in which he called on nearly 300 organisations to pledge to cut food waste. “To those retailers yet to sign the pledge – why not? You have a responsibility to step up and do your bit. We will be highlighting those who participate and those who do not,” he said.

Jill on Money interviews Raegan Moya-Jones on her recent book "What It Takes: How I Built a $100 Million Business Against the Odds".

Privateer Holdings, Inc.

Kristina joins Tilray from Nissan North America, where she served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for more than three years. “We’re thrilled to welcome Kristina to our growing senior leadership team. We’re confident that her vast experience in corporate affairs and global communications will support Tilray’s long term global growth strategy as we expand around the world.” says Brendan Kennedy, CEO, Tilray.

“Building lasting and trusted relationships with companies worldwide is the core of what we do at KKR,” said Johannes Huth, member and head of KKR EMEA.

Verizon Communications

Europe will follow the US and offer unlimited 5G data plans as standard to consumers and enterprises, and European operators will be forced to respond to the pinch on capacity constraints with more aggressive 5G deployments. This is the view of the transatlantic disjunct on 5G from Ronan Dunne, executive vice president and group chief executive at US Carrier Verizon

Tristan Capital Partners

Pan-European real estate fund manager Tristan Capital Partners, celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month, has built assets to €11bn in that time. "Over the past four years we have seen the business step up a gear," Tristan Founding Partner and Chairman Ric Lewis told an anniversary reception.