UKABC is excited to open Investment opportunities to our members and investors worldwide, in association with Malta Enterprises
Malta has been welcoming investors into the country since the early 1950s. This means that both private and public service providers are well aware of the requirements of an incoming operation. The process of setting up on the island is a straightforward and transparent one in which the investor is always kept updated as to what is required.
Prospective investors often make use of a service provider from the private sector capable of seeing to all their legal and logistical requirements from company registration, access to banking facilities to the recruitment of staff. Furthermore, Malta Enterprise has a specialised unit known as Business First tasked with providing a single point of contact to prospective investors or ongoing operations for their interactions with various government departments according to their requirements.
Malta has a thriving service-based economy with a significant industrial component, dependent on foreign trade, manufacturing (including pharmaceuticals/medical devices, high-value plastics, electronics, research and development), tourism and financial services.
Over the past few years, the Maltese Islands have attracted a variety of enterprises engaged in diversified activities including pharmaceutical production, healthcare and medical devices, precision engineering, electronic engineering, mechanical/electrical assembly, high-value printing and security products, software development and ICT. Some of the foreign-owned enterprises that have established activities in Malta and have been operating successfully for many years include – Siegfried, Baxter, Cardinal Health, Metallform, De La Rue, Methode Electronics, Trelleborg, Playmobil and Toly Products.
The strength of the Maltese economy is based on its strategic location, being situated in the middle of the Mediterranean region, at the crossroads between Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The country has a fully developed open market economy and a multi-lingual population (88% of Maltese people speak English), a productive and efficient labour force, an attractive fiscal environment (net tax impact of 5%) and well-developed finance and ICT clusters (including software development, call centres and shared services)
Peter P Meli
Economic Attache’ Malta High Commission , Malta Enterprise (UK Office)
Malta is an island of stability with decades of experience and a welcoming innovative mindset. It is a forward-looking destination, with an open business-centric commercial community that stands tall as an EU member state, and a proven record of economic success.
Flyer about Youth PBD and some highlights of PBD Convention. Click on image to view large size
Young non-resident Indians and Persons-of-Indian origin are invited to the Youth Pravasi Bharatiya Divas on 7 January 2017 in Bengaluru. Youth PBD is a special occasion and platform for young PIOs and NRIs to know more about contemporary India; network with other young Indian Diaspora; and resident young Indians. A flyer about Youth PBD and some highlights of PBD Convention is attached.
Please share both flyers with other NRIs and PIOs, especially the young Indian Diaspora. You can also post the flyers in the social media platforms of Indian Community Organisations, Associations and other platforms.
Registration for PBD 2017 is through an online process accessible at pbdindia.gov.in.
Payment of registration fees is through an online payment gateway.
Details of the programme, registration fees and other aspects of the 14th PBD Convention are also in the same website https://pbdindia.gov.in/
We look forward to your participation in the 14th PBD Convention !
Objectives of PBD 2017:
PBD 2017 will focus on the theme “Redefining the engagement with the Indian Diaspora”.
To strengthen Diaspora engagement and provide a platform for networking with the Diaspora.
To recognize the Diaspora’s contribution to India and know their expectations and concerns.
To deepen engagement with young Diasporas, to help them know more about their roots.
PBD gives a platform to the Indian Diaspora to know about the Government’s achievements in various sectors and policies and initiatives undertaken by Government. The delegates of the PBD will also have the opportunity to interact with the Indian Diaspora belonging to different countries and network with them and explore how they leverage their resources in a nation building activities in India.
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas to be result oriented, not selfie session unlike previous editions
– Sushma Swaraj
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj,while announcing the upcoming Pravasi Bharatiya Divas event, said that this edition of PBD will be result oriented and will not be a conference where people simply click selfies, photos, eat and go away. *(NEWS LINK)
What happens in a PBD?
The PBD convention attracts overseas Indians from all over the world. Nearly 3000 delegates participated in the PBD in January 2015 in Gujarat. The PBD Convention features Plenary Sessions; an Exhibition; Cultural programmes and provides an opportunity to interact with other Overseas Indians, Policy makers, Political leadership and others. The highlight of the PBD convention is the inaugural address by the Prime Minister. Chief Ministers of several states also participate and address the delegates on opportunities available in their respective states. The last day of PBD features the valedictory address by the Hon’ble President of India, who will also confer the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Awards on Overseas Indian for their achievements and contribution both in India and abroad.
The Youth PBD is a new feature which has been introduced recently. It is a special day long programme which provides a platform to connect with Young Overseas Indians and discuss subjects of relevance to them. The Young PBD delegates will also have the opportunity to interact with other Young PIOs and Young Indians of their own age group. The highlight of the Youth PBD is the inaugural address by the Minister of External Affairs and Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, followed by a plenary session, and a cultural programme and dinner.
Your chance to join UKABC’s Guinness World Record Creation Attempt by painting “The biggest flag of India” on 21st August 2016 at Indian Gymkhana Club, London
UK Asian Business Council invites you to join for making “Guinness Book of World Records” by paint the biggest flag of India. Come and be a part of this once in a life time opportunity, where the Tri-colour flag will be painted on 21st August 2016 at Indian Gymkhana Club, London.
We invite you to participate in the flag painting and once the record is observed by Guinness Book of World Record and The Record is made – You can also get certificates for participation.
Paint and canvas will be provide by UKABC, all you have to do is turn-up and paint the flag.
UKABC has secured an approval from Guinness Book of World Records to paint the biggest flag of India. This will be painted at India Day – which is hosted at Indian Gymkhana Club on 21st August 2016 to celebrate the achievements of India and Indians in UK and Europe.
Indian community organisations in UK, in coordination with UKABC invite you with your family and friends to participate in the biggest flag painting and Independence Day celebrations on Sunday 21st August 2016 from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM at the Indian Gymkhana Club in London.
Please register below and bring a copy of this ticket with you for entrance to the venue.
Highlights of the day
11:00 AM – High Commissioner of India to the UK unfurling the Indian National flag at Gymkhana Club.
Rendering of the National Anthem by 25 young kids from age group 7-20 years.
Public participation Painting of Biggest Indian Flag painted – to be observed by Guinness Book of World Record.
Announcement of the schedule of Hindi classes
Cultural Events – Dance performances
Free Food and Drinks
We request your presence and invite you for registrations at this joyous occasion and participate in painting the biggest flag of India ever in the world.
UKABC Invites You to Put Your Nominations Across for British Asian Achievers Awards – 2016.
The British Asian Achievers Awards 2016 is to respect and honour the outstanding work within the Asian community. It is to acknowledge the accomplishments of the Business and Professional Asians which has been attained to the optimum.
The British Asian Achievers Awards 2016 is the event that pays tribute to the finest in the Asian Community for their success across all spheres of life emphasising, inspiring achievements and highlighting inspirational role models in the industry of business, sport, entertainment, philanthropy, popular arts, culture and many more.
UKABC join hands with Jagatwani to promote the First British Asian Achievers Awards 2016, which is to be held in Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, in Central London on Friday the 14th October 2016.
This is a perfect sponsorship opportunity for businesses and individuals to show commitment towards the ongoing success of British Asians.
The Rt. Hon’ble Baroness Verma, the Former Minister of International Development & Energy & Climate Change) launched the website at the House of Lords at 5.00pm, on Friday 22nd July 2016
Following the event, It was exciting to meet Deypty Mayor of London – Rajesh Agarwal , Baroness Verma, Chairman of Asian Business Association at London Chamber of Commerce – Vijay Goel, Celebrity Speaker and Finalist of BBC Show The Apprentice – Richard Woods.
The website – http://britishasianachieversawards.co.uk/ is built and promoted by UKABC & will be primarily used to promote the BAAA Awards, to receive nomination entries and distribute information about British Asian Achievers in the UK
Nominations are now open and you can fill your nominations on http://britishasianachieversawards.co.uk
UKABC is delighted to announce Launch event of the Website for British Asian Achievers Awards – 2016 ( http://britishasianachieversawards.co.uk )
The Rt. Hon’ble Baroness Verma, the Former Minister of International Development & Energy & Climate Change) has launched the website at the House of Lords at 5.00pm, on Friday 22nd July 2016.
The website will be primarily used to promote the BAA Awards, Receive Nomination Entries and distribute information about British Asian Achievers in the UK.
First British Asian Achievers Awards 2016, which is to be held in Central London Hotel, on Friday the 14th October 2016 is a perfect sponsorship opportunity for businesses and individuals to show commitment towards the ongoing success of British Asians.
UKABC is proud to be an official partner at the The India-Mauritius Global Partnership Forum, to be held at Intercontinental Hotel Mauritius 24-27 JuLy 2016. The event is Organized by the IMTCFF – India Mauritius Trade and Cultural Friendship Forum Supported by the Government of the Republic of Mauritius, In collaboration with Business Mauritius and Government of Goa, India.
For the very first time in the economic history of Mauritius,The IMTCFF took the initiative to organise a prime business and corporate conference involving key business and economic players of India and Mauritius.
India-Mauritius Global Partnership Summit’ is envisioned as a summit led by two great nations along with their global Partners- where policymakers, opinion leaders, business leaders, media and academicians Dream, Design, Discuss, Decide, Drive and Derive solutions to the challenges of a new socio-economic framework by creating a ‘ Micro Road Map for the Macro Vision’ that exists in the form of India-Mauritius Global Partnership.
Some 200 key members of the Indian business communities are converging to Mauritius for a unique high-profile business event and they will interact with key players of the Mauritius business community, as well as participants from the IOC region, and some from the African continent.
Sunday 24th July/evening – Opening Ceremony/Banquet/Cultural show at SVICC,
Domaine les Pailles
Monday 25th/Tuesday 26th July – Main Forum, intensive 2 day’s B2B/Plenary sessions at
the Intercontinental Hotel, Balaclava
Wednesday 27th July: B2B meetings/JV meetings/Site visits/etc.
Plenary Sessions on both days/morning – high profile speakers from India & Mauritius
UKABC Invites you be a part of this event, which offers you the perfect platform for you to showcase your solution to your target market and meet and network with senior-level decision makers who are leading the way in the industry.
Uganda-UK Convention specialise in providing business development, marketing and sales solutions that are tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives and pay patient attention to what exhibition and sponsorship customers want, expect, need and value. Every sponsor wants to create customers, develop qualified sales leads, convert leads into sales and retain customers.
Who attends the convention:
Banks and financial institutions
Investors and financiers
Development financial institutions
Ministers and government officials
Producers and suppliers of farming equipment and agricultural machines
Charities and voluntary organisations
Exporters and Importers
Franchisers and Distributors
Credit and Political Risk Insurers
Export Credit Agencies
Explore how to optimise value-chains
Discuss the potential of the private sector in contributing to agricultural development
Explore financing options and investment opportunities
Discuss strategies and policies to improve smallholders’ access to markets and access to finance
Gain an understanding of local, regional and global market demand
Understand price developments in the commodity markets
Learn about the role of Commodity Exchanges in Africa
Forge new partnerships and business ventures
Enjoy a platform to meet key decision makers and discuss priorities, long-term strategies and result-focused
solutions and policies
The Ugandan Convention UK is Europe’s largest annual Ugandan event
Sponsoring this forum offers wide-ranging benefits, giving your institution a unique platform at the conference, as well as through our publication ‘Promota’ magazine, enhancing your corporate profile to influential participants. Our dedicated team will work closely with the sponsors to tailor their involvement in the summit and maximise media exposure through various media and social media platform.
Our over 50 Healthy Living Project members would like to invite you to the summer event and celebrating Centenary Year of club’s establishment [1916 – 2016 ] held on the 12th of July 2016 at the Indian Gymkhana Club.
The Healthy Living Project has been running since 2004 with the support of IG club and Hounslow Council. With a range of classes’ available including yoga, body condition, Zumba and Chair based classes run by qualified friendly instructors. The classes run on Monday, Tuesdays and Thursdays. All the classes run from morning to early afternoon & attended by over 250+ active members.
The event of the 12th of July would have information and workshops on healthy lifestyles including preventative measures for common illnesses. You would have the opportunity to talk & have lunch with our members, professionals from a range of different social groups and organizations from West London.
Organisations will have opportunities to:
Have a stall to promote their work to over 250+ group members
A month from now, at UKABC our focus is exploring relationships and promote our presence in Nepal . We are happy to announce the launch of UKABC – Nepal, on 30th of June at Monty’s – West Ealing, London
Other events that are lined up for July
30th June — UKABC – Nepal Launch / Dinner
13th July — Nepal International Cricket Team vs Free Forester Cricket match @ Indian Gymkhana Club, London
14th July — Nepal International Cricket Team vs Indian Gymkhana Club Cricket match @ Indian Gymkhana Club, London
19th July — Nepal International Cricket Team vs MCC @ Lords Cricket Ground, London
In addition to that we are aiming to facilitate trade and tourism meetings in between the events throughout July – please keep checking our web site – http://www.ukabc.co.uk or get in tocuh
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Taha Coburn-Kutay, UKABC’s Chairman, presented an overview of the organisation’s past achievements as well as the organisations current focuses and objectives, including more than twenty events which UKABC is organising in the next two quarters. Attendees were given an inside view of how UKABC has helped businesses gain access to new markets, remove obstacles and open new revenue streams in new and developing international and domestic markets. He showcased his business that has allowed UKABC to support businesses and organisations across the world and explained how this model ultimately benefits Great Britain’s export and GDP.
H.E. Dr. Virander Paul, Dy. High Commissioner of India, congratulated UKABC for the consistent and innovative steps it is taking to bridge the gap between the UK and Indian business communities. He also spoke on the Indian government’s ‘Make in India’ project, which offers business opportunities for UK businesses in over 21 sectors of India.
MP Alok Sharma drew attention to the strong partnership between UK & India in such sectors as technology transfer, infrastructure and future smart cities, which are being established all across India, and how the UK will play a major role in working with Indian partners to develop these smart cities. Mr Sharma spoke emphatically of his belief that it is imperative for Britain to remain in the European Union in order to remain a string player on the world stage.
MP Ruth Cadbury congratulated UKABC on their initiatives and shared her view on Brexit and its potential impact on UK businesses, performance and profitability.
Shateeaum Sewpaul spoke about the Indian Mauritius Global Partnership Conference taking place on 24th to 27th July 2016 in Mauritius. Over 250 companies from all over the world are participating in this conference, for which UKABC is the official partner from UK & Europe. Mr Sewpaul discussed how UKABC was paving the way for Indian and UK companies to partner with African companies and organisations in order to start or increase their business.
Sudeep Sakalle, Director of Infovinity Systems Pvt. Ltd., highlighted how UKABC is developing a common trading platform that issues intelligent technology to support businesses looking to launch in the UK and international markets. With over 65% of population in India, under 35 years of age, Mr. Sudeep suggested how latest technology like cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and platform developed by Infovinity can help UK businesses to take immediate benefit from Make in India programme.
Former Mayor of Southwark Sunil Chopra thanked all attending delegates and invited them to suggest innovative ideas to help older generations stay connected with society.
At the conclusion of the event, an MoU was signed between British Young Asian Entrepreneurs and UKABC.
Join UKABC in May 2016 at the first and Exclusive Business Breakfast Club Event at House of Commons, London UK. Presenting an opportunity to connect with like-minded business leaders. UKABC Business Breakfast Club members and partners are invited to attend for a nominal charge.
The agenda and the focus of the morning will be “Make in India”, for which UK Asian Business Council has been advocating since it was introduced at Vibrant Gujurat in 2014. H.E. Dr. Virander Paul Dy. High Commissioner of India will be delivering his comments on this subject.
Focus of this event will be opportunities available rightnow with “Make in India” programme . Along with high profile dignitaries from Mauritius, representing IMTCFF – India Mauritius Trade and Cultural Friendship Forum.
Direct interaction with 50+ key decision makers, from various sectors including Banking, Energy, IT, International Trade, Media, Industrial Engineering, Financial Services, Industrial Engineering and Metals, Mining, Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology, Real Estate Investment & Services, Software & Computer Services, Travel & Leisure.
8:00 amRegistration & Breakfast
8:30 amOpening Remarks –Taha Coburn-Kutay
8:40amH.E. Dr. Virander Paul, Dy. High Commissioner of India. Talk on Make in India
8:50 amThe Rt. Hon. Alok Sharma MP. Infrastructure envoy to India. Talk on Business Opportunities with India in the Infrastructure Sector
9:10 amMr. Sudeep Sakalle, Infovinity Systems Pvt. Limited, Mind The Gap – Process, Technology and Platform, Next Steps
9:15 am Mr. Sunil Chopra, Closing Remarks – ex-Mayor Southwark Council and Chairman Overseas Friends of India
9:20 amSigning up of MoU between UKABC and British Young Asian Enterprenurars
9:30 amTea/Coffee and Networking
Business Breakfast Club is a series of short, sharp sessions for the busy business leaders covering key topics on international business, accelerated growth while promoting personal advancement and expanding business network, providing an effective forum for business leaders to take time to work on growing their businesses and a catalyst to support business and personal growth.
It is a string of exclusive breakfast events for elite business professionals where we speak about key subjects within international business, Law, HR, Technology, Sales and Marketing in a stimulating and focused environment
Opportunities, Innovations and Partnerships to Improve Health Accessibility in Uganda
Uganda UK Convention organise high level summits and conferences. These events bring together industry leaders, government officials, regulators and researchers to discuss developments and opportunities in emerging markets particularly Uganda (East Africa). The events are well organised, well attended and leave a lasting benefit to Uganda, delivering high quality exercise, business intelligence and networking opportunities for industry’s involved.
The Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation has identified a need for a Healthcare investment. Hence partnering with Uganda UK Convention to create the first Uganda Healthcare Summit on 30th April 2016. This Uganda-UK Healthcare Summit 2016 aims to bring together large delegations of Uganda government officials, policy makers, research and development institutions, senior hospital directors & CEOs and healthcare professionals to United Kingdom to network with international healthcare experts, investors and solution providers. The Summit is a completely unique opportunity for any company involved in or looking to use Uganda as a hub to enter East African health sector with a common interest in the future of healthcare in Uganda.
The event offers exceptional opportunities for public and private companies, NGOs and other organisations with an interest in investing in healthcare in Uganda (East Africa). These may include pharmaceutical industries, international investors, medical distributors, healthcare institutions and insurance companies.
The Uganda-UK Healthcare Summit 2016 will be examining the latest healthcare developments in Uganda; assessing current reforms. We are sure that this event will live up to your expectations and in order to meet this goal, together with the assistance of our planning committee, we have structured a blend of stimulating topical sessions.
We trust that the meeting venue and timetable will provide ample opportunity to meet and discuss. With your active participation, we are convinced that when we depart on Saturday, 30th April 2016, we will have firm commitments and actions towards actualising a common vision for the healthcare sector in Uganda.
UKABC, along with FICCI is pleased to share opportunity along with the Indian Overseas Indian Affairs (OIA) Division of the Ministry of External Affairs to conduct the “Know India Programme” (KIP) programme, wherein 30-40 youth (18-26 years of age) of Indian origin are invited to India, to understand cultural, economic and social dynamics. They typically spend about 25 days in Delhi and one of the Indian States.
There are currently 18 such programs over the next one year, starting May 2016, for which Maharashtra is Partner State.
The objective of this program is to expose Indian origin young people overseas, to India’s social and economic progress. These young people have usually not visited India before. As a process, the Indian High Commission will receive applications, and ratifies for their eligibility. We cover travel to and from India, boarding and other costs (visas are also free) and FICCI would manage the visit in India on their behalf. Typically, a visit will contain:
Classroom presentations on India’s , political system, economy, society, and developments in various sectors etc
Interaction with students at University/ College
Visit to places of historical importance
Participation in cultural programmes, yoga
Visit to industrial sites
Visit to a village
Interaction with non-profits
Meetings with senior political leadership in India
Visit to a select state in India for 10 days
The programme is open to youth of Indian origin (excluding non-resident Indians) in the age group of 18-26 years as on the first day of the month in which the programme is expected to begin. It is open to PIO youths from all over the world. The applicant should not have participated in any previous KIP or Internship Programme for Diaspora Youth (IPDY) or Study India Programme of MEA. Students who have not visited India before will be given preference. Minimum qualification required for applying is graduation from a recognised University /Institute or studying for graduation. applicants should be able to speak in English, should have studied English as a subject at the High School level or have English as the medium of instruction for undergraduate course.
There are a maximum of five candidates from any one country. More info here.
UK ABC support India Fellows Programme launched by OIFC in partnership with Indian School of Business (ISB) .
Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre (OIFC), a PPP between the Government of India and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), has partnered with the Indian School of Business (ISB), a top ranked global B School, to launch the ‘OIFC-ISB India Fellows Programme’, a programme designed for the young Indian Diaspora business owners and professionals in decision making capacity, to familiarise them with doing business in India. OIFC is designing this programme with ISB to connect Indian diaspora entrepreneurs to opportunities arising out if new initiatives of the Government of India like Make in India, Digital India and Startup India.”
Offered under the OIFC’s India Connect Initiatives, the OIFC-ISB India Fellows Programme aims to familiarise and encourage the young Indian Diaspora to view India as an economically attractive destination. The programme offers a tailor made opportunity to gain an understanding of aspects critical to gaining market entry into India; practical insights about doing business in India, understanding the legal and regulatory environment, engagement and networking opportunities with Indian businessmen and an insight into the innovative and disruptive business models emerging in the world’s fastest growing economy.
The year-long programme led by ISB is offered as a blended model comprising technology aided learning and a specially designed 12-days residential programme in India. The residency will be provide an experiential mix including exposure to the touch and feel of the Indian market, connect with senior government officials dealing with investment policies, domain experts, captains of the Indian industry and a curated networking opportunity with potential business partners. The Fellows will spend their residential learning stint at ISB’s campuses in Hyderabad and Mohali, and at Delhi.
Programme details and benefits:
The OIFC-ISB India Fellows Programme is open to young Indian Diaspora entrepreneurs/professionals in decision-making capacity/potential investors and international partners of Indian companies (21-39 years of age); with minimum of three years of entrepreneurial/business experience. The programme will be taught by globally renowned faculty from ISB along with experienced industry and government practitioners.
Scheduled to begin in June 2016, the programme is being offered at a special introductory fee of US $5,000 per participant plus service tax. Fee includes boarding and lodging, programme-related learning material, field visits and webinars. Participants will have to bear the cost of travel and local conveyance.
Selected candidates who complete the programme will become members of the OIFC India Entrepreneurship Fellows (OIEF) Club, which will receive support and facilitation from OIFC in doing business in India.
The Overseas India Facilitation Centre was set-up by the Government of India in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), to facilitate engagement of Overseas Indians with India. The OIFC has started new initiatives for proactive & sustained engagement with the young Diaspora. Its strong partnerships with professional Indian Diaspora Associations, State Governments, Start-ups & Industry in India places it in a unique position to help the Indian Diaspora connect with India in a meaningful manner.
The Indian School of Business (ISB) is a global Business school offering world-class management education across its two campuses – Hyderabad and Mohali. The School has grown at a rapid pace since its inception and already has several notable accomplishments to its credit – it is the youngest school ever to consistently rank among the top Global MBA programmes, the first institution in South Asia to receive the prestigious AACSB accreditation, one of the largest providers of Executive Education in Asia, and the most research productive Indian management institution. A vibrant pool of research-oriented resident faculty, strong academic associations with leading global B-schools and the backing of an influential Board, have helped the ISB fast emerge as a premier global Business school in the emerging markets. For more details visit www.isb.edu
“Reconnect with your roots – opportunities for engagement with Pravasi Haryanvis” UK ABC Promotes Pravasi Haryana Divas In Association with CII
Government of Haryana is organising Pravasi Haryana Divas on Wednesday, 9th March 2016. The objective of the Pravasi Haryana Divas is to recognize the achievements of NRIs and PIOs of Haryana as well as those persons from Haryana who are now settled in other States of India and to harness their energies in the future development of Haryana.
This will be the first of its kind event which will provide the Pravasi Haryanvis an opportunity to reconnect with their roots. We are aiming at not only highlighting available avenues for investments in various sectors, but also offering concrete opportunities for meaningful contribution towards improving the lives of the people of Haryana.
Two Pravasi Haryanvis who have made significant contributions in Trade and Industry, Health & Education, Information Technology, Engineering and Services, Art, Culture, Entertainment, Tourism and Social services will be honoured during the valedictory session of Pravasi Haryana Divas.