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Transcript: OUTCOME 3 In several regions in Ukraine (especially Odesa, Mykolaiv, Kherson) violence and intolerance based on stereotypes and prejudices against other identities are reduced and social cohesion within society is strengthened on the local level. Tolerance, mutual acceptance and appreciation for cultural diversity is promoted through socially engaged art, art initiatives, peace education, as well as through supporting civic engagement. Process Indicator 1. Audiences in Ukraine and other countries are aware of the personal experiences, trauma and plight of the survivors of the military conflict in the East of Ukraine. Process Indicator 2. Policy-makers and relevant institutions are sensitized and mobilized to address needs of civilians, especially children affected by this military conflict. Process Indicator 3. Representatives of art community and civil society actors work regularly together to implement joint activities to address tensions and conflicts and to accompany social transformation processes with the help of socially engaged art. WAR CHILDHOOD MUSEUM 2020-2021 1. First public exhibition on the stories and objects of the children affected by conflict in Ukraine is held in Kyiv. It was visited by the representatives of the Ukrainian media, state authorities, CSO, international organizations, general public. 1. WCM Ukraine and Playback theater actors designed together performance dedicated to the War Childhood Exhibition topic in Kyiv, Performance attendees shared their reactions, emotions towards exhibited stories and revealed own personal or family relations to the war childhood topic. 1. Dozens of the stories from children affected by conflict in Ukraine (war on Donbas, occupation of Crimea) are collected, legalized, shaped for the public presentation. Interested state institutions (Ministry on Occupied Territories, Ombudsman, Ministry of Social policy, MoE are introduced to the stories and problems of the IDP children and children-survivors of the war. Strategy It is assumed that by documenting the experiences of war survivors in an archive that this information will be used in processes of justice, truth and reconciliation in the future. 2. Knowledge and skills of the sensitive work with personal stories of children-survivors of war, their collection and documentation are transferred to Ukrainian experts (from Sarajevo museum to WCM Ukraine). 3. Several children - heroes of the exhibited stories visited exhibition in Kyiv with parents and both (children and parents) shared opinion that their emotions about the war and personal experience is finally addressed to the broader public in Ukraine, 2. Methodology, principles and philosophy of the collecting, shaping and exhibiting of the stories of children -survivors of war, focus on the personal experience, neutrality is presented to the several Ukrainian museums representatives on the separate side event within exhibition. Strategy It is assumed that the application and promotion of innovative approaches in collecting, documenting and exhibiting of personal experience of war survivors, especially children, will support a healing from trauma process for this group, raising public awareness and empathy towards challenges faced by war survivors and influence decision-makers to take action

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Transcript: "The next big thing(s)? Those two big things on the sides of your head." -Mary Meeker, Kleiner Perkins Passive + Active Kick back + Lean in Create + Follow Background + Foreground Personal + Shared People can't get enough. They click things they don't mean to… Phones just aren't built for banners. But audio is built for phones. “Streaming services are everywhere! The heightened awareness has resulted in more consumers embracing the model and eschewing their old beliefs around the need to own their media; which has given rise to more investment in the sector, innovation around business models and M&A activity." Jon Irwin, CEO, Rhapsody Yes. Audio's time has come. And advertisers want to understand it better. How many? How long? How often? What device? What dayparts? What demographics? We've created the next multi-billion dollar marketplace. That's the Connection Cooperative. Where Audio, Audience and Advertising Connect. We give audience a more fun, more rich, more shareable experience. connecting Most listening happens on mobile. the ability to blah blab blah. By audio, audience and advertising Audio's no different. noun You see, the world is going mobile. dollars have had enough. is getting to be kind of a big deal. You see, the world is going mobile. genius: Publishers get a bigger, more bonded audience that engages with them because they want to, not because there are no other options. noun THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL DISCUSSION ON CREATIVITY vdfdsfds Just two ears listening to one thing at a time. That’s music to any advertisers’ ears. No clicking. genius: advertisers Audio lives above the fold. Audio's no different. No fingers. "Music is something that is so inherently important to people that it makes sense for gigantic companies to have music strategies." Daniel Ek, Spotify dsdfd the ability to blah blab blah. “Streaming services are everywhere! The heightened awareness has resulted in more consumers embracing the model and eschewing their old beliefs around the need to own their media; which has given rise to more investment in the sector, innovation around business models and M&A activity." Jon Irwin, CEO, Rhapsody And advertisers are pleased to underwrite the whole thing because we're providing a new means of connecting with audience like no other channel can. Dollars Are Flowing In So are pouring in And the 800-pound gorillas are just getting in. People have fat fingers. investment That's where we come in. But Most listening happens on mobile. if they click at all. That excites more than the ears.

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Transcript: Wesleyan College of Manila Filipino Group WCM Experience LIFE with us.... L - Love I - Intergrity F - Faith E - Excellence Vision, Mission, and Goal VISION The vision of Wesleyan College of Manila is to seek “the unity in piety and learning” in human formation. MISSION The College emphasizes academic excellence, forms Christian character and motivates commitment for responsible citizenship and nation-building in the community of nation. GOAL To this end, Wesleyan College of Manila undergirds scholarship, character, and service with a lively faith in God Wesleyan College of Manila is part of the hundreds of Wesleyan Educational System in the not only in Philippines but also in the United States named after John Wesley, founder of Methodism in 1738. In June 2000, a need for a truly Methodist Institution in the heart of Manila was envisioned inspired by Manila Episcopal Area Bishop Dr.Emerito P. Nacpil, Dr. Carlito Puno, Attorney Rodolfo Beltran, Attorney Leven Puno, Ms. Liz Mariano, Ms. Perla Cenon and the Board of Trustees members of Wesleyan University of the Philippines it was named Wesleyan University of the Philippines – Manila. Attorney Leopoldo Serrano of the Management Committee oversees the affairs of WUP-Manila during the first year. July to August 2000 WUP-Manila was housed in CRS Tower in Paco Manila. With the increasing demand for space Commission on Higher Education Commissioner Kate Botengan gave the permission to look for a more suitable venue. September 2000 to November 2002 WUP-Manila was relocated in Quirino Taft while awaiting its permanent address in Leveriza, Pasay 2000 to 2003 Dr. Zenaida Lumba was the President of WUP-Manila. January 30, 2002 approval of the programs Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education, Bachelor of Business Administration. November 15, 2002 now moved to its present location in Leveriza, Pasay City. June 18, 2003 the creation of Wesleyan College of Manila approved by Securities and Exchange Commission as incorporation. In 2003, Dr. Florita Miranda is the second President. June 20, 2004 Certificate in Caregiver NC II, given by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. February 2005, Associate in Computer Technology granted by CHED. June 2006 WCM was awarded 2005 Most Outstanding Tertiary School by the Philippine Marketing Excellence Award 2007 Foreign linkages in India was established tied up with University of the Perpetual Help System 2008 Foreign linkages with China headed by Dr. York Han tied up with Xiamen University of Technology with local tie ups Cavite State University and Ramon Magsaysay Technological School April, 2008 approval for Bachelor of Arts in Communication by the CHED May 14, 2008 approval for their Basic Education from nursery to secondary school June 20, 2008 approval by CHED for courses, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Human Resource Development Management, Marketing Management and Financial Management August 2009, the International Association of Methodist Schools, Colleges and Universities recognized WCM March 26, 2011 the establishment of Bishop Emerito Nacpil Building March 20, 2013 the approval of Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commision on Accreditation or PACUCOA of LEVEL 1 for the program Business Administration In June 2000, a need for a truly Methodist Institution in the heart of Manila was envisioned inspired by Manila Episcopal Area Bishop Dr.Emerito P. Nacpil, Dr. Carlito Puno, Attorney Rodolfo Beltran, Attorney Leven Puno, Ms. Liz Mariano, Ms. Perla Cenon and the Board of Trustees members of Wesleyan University of the Philippines it was named Wesleyan University of the Philippines – Manila. Attorney Leopoldo Serrano of the Management Committee oversees the affairs of WUP-Manila during the first year. July to August 2000 WUP-Manila was housed in CRS Tower in Paco Manila. With the increasing demand for space Commission on Higher Education Commissioner Kate Botengan gave the permission to look for a more suitable venue. September 2000 to November 2002 WUP-Manila was relocated in Quirino Taft while awaiting its permanent address in Leveriza, Pasay 2000 to 2003 Dr. Zenaida Lumba was the President of WUP-Manila. January 30, 2002 approval of the programs Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education, Bachelor of Business Administration. November 15, 2002 now moved to its present location in Leveriza, Pasay City. June 18, 2003 the creation of Wesleyan College of Manila approved by Securities and Exchange Commission as incorporation. In 2003, Dr. Florita Miranda is the second President. June 20, 2004 Certificate in Caregiver NC II, given by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. February 2005, Associate in Computer Technology granted by CHED. June 2006 WCM was awarded 2005 Most Outstanding Tertiary School by the Philippine Marketing Excellence Award 2007 Foreign linkages in India was established tied up with

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Transcript: working capital management & Firm's Value by Sameera Lodhi, Hamna Mursaleen, Imbisat khan working capital Introduction the most important factors to a firm’s value or profitability C.A - C.L involves all the short-term items on the balance sheet working capital management WCM In order to obtain the efficient working capital management, there are four dimensions that can be emphasized: cash management inventory management account receivable management account payable management inventory stocks Inventory of a company is its primary assets that generate sales revenues. A company’s success can be measure with the amount of inventory being sold and topped up again. Investors do take into account the inventory turnover rate as a signal of strength and weakness of sales department and how efficient a firm is in repurchasing and remanufacturing. A company low on inventory indicates that a company is in risk of losing out on sales, but excessive inventory level could be a sign of the fact that a company is over producing and a careless use of working capital. Trades Receivable These are the revenues due. These are the cash amount that customers and debtors owe to a company for the sales of the past. A company usually must collect its receivables under a certain time so that those cash funds could be used to pay back any debts that the company holds. Although, it appears on the balance sheet in the assets section, but it becomes an asset once its collected. It is a key component of working capital management as it is the amount that a company has to pay over the short-term period. To strike a balance of payments between receivables and cash flows, companies endeavor a lot. Companies at times also delay payments as long as it’s feasible and reasonable for them to do so to reach a certain goal of maintain positive credit ratings. On the other hand, they do have to main a positive relationship with suppliers and creditors, too. Accounts payable Firm's value A firm’s value is an economic concept that reflects the value of a business. It highlights the worth of the business by analyzing firm’s capital management, its capital structure, its future earnings etc. If a firm goal is to maximize value. A value of a firm cannot be determined by just focusing on any one of the components but many factors play an important role to determine the value of a firm. Company size company age financial performance Companies that have a high value must have a good performance. Financial performance measures the company Objectives Objectives The objective of the study is to understand: How does capital management effect the value of the firm? The importance of working capital management to a firm. The optimal point of working capital management on which a firm should operate to maximize its profitability and value. Findings Findings & Limitations In the light of the literature review, keeping the objectives in mind, we focused on 3 main components 1- Firm's profitability 2- Optimal level of working capital 3- effects on financial performance of a firm Profitability profitability depends on how finance executives manage the components of WC. profitability and degrees of aggressiveness investors were observed awarding more value to the companies that make use of more aggressive policies Financial Performance returns, revenues and firm liquidity best probable mix of financial aspects and elements There has to be a balance between profitability and liquidity for better financial performance. Focusing on profitability lessening the risk of liquidity research : that managers may be able to increase firms’ financial performances by lowering their cash conversion cycles, which could positively affect the work done on and with the working capital financial performance and working capital management share a positive relationship Optimal Level An optimal level of working capital would be the one in which a balance is achieved between risk and efficiency It is a function of several factors, inincluding variability of sales and cash flows and the degree of operating and financial leverage employed by the firm. omition of financial and investment transactions omition of addition of resources and financial structure transactions must be disclosed for better and efficent working capital management Limitations Conclusion - In the end of the day, it is always going to be the say of the firm and the financial managers, how they want to work and proceed and what impression they want to give out of their firm. Working capital will be inherent by how efficiently a firm caters to their current liabilities and maintain a level of current assets to get best results. - As far as firm’s value is concerned, every firm is different, you can either stay at low profits and maintain the firm overall and grow gradually OR can go for aggressive measures and policies for immediate results. - If one has to achieve firm’s value at a higher level, it has to have combination of

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