Eubiq was founded in 2000 with the vision of becoming the world leader in the new generation of power outlet system. Eubiq invented and patented the GSS power outlet system in 2000. This track-based and ultra-flexible system was awarded worldwide patents since 2003. Worldwide sales commenced in the same year.
Headquartered in Singapore, Eubiq has a regional office in India covering the Indian & South Asian market . The Eubiq India operations started its direct opreation in 2012 to meet the increasing demands from the Indian market. Eubiq India’s network of distributors spans across India and Eubiq’s products are widely used in all sectors of residential, commercial and industrial. The list of satisfied customers throughout India includes hospitals, banks, hotels, government sector, institutions to individual home owners.
In recognition of the strengths and achievements, the Eubiq GSS System has won multiple awards including President’s Design Award Singapore (Design of the Year 2008), International Design Excellence Awards ’08 (IDEA) – Office & Productivity (Bronze), Asia Pacific ICT Alliance Awards 2007 – Industrial Applications (Winner) and Gold Award: Best of NeoCon – Technonlogy Support (2007 and 2008).
Today, the GSS System is increasingly becoming the platform of choice, delivering all essential services to the end-users. From power, data, communications, lighting, accessories, mounting to cable management and other needs.
It’s truly the world’s most flexible power outlet system and the infrastructure platform of the future.
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Eubiq was founded in 2000 with the vision of becoming the world leader in power outlet systems. Eubiq invented and developed the patented GSS power outlet system in 2000. This track-based, ultra-flexible power outlet system was awarded worldwide patents since 2003 and worldwide sales commenced in the same year. Today, Eubiq products are distributed in more than 30 countries worldwide through various channels including more than 300 retail outlets.
Headquartered in Singapore, Eubiq acquired a new plant in Singapore in 2006 to meet the increasing demand from the global market. Eubiq has a regional office in India covering the Indian & South Asian market.
The Eubiq India operations started with its direct operations in 2012 from Gurgaon / NCR Delhi and expanding its presence with regional offices in Mumbai & Ahmadabad, to meet the increasing demands from the Indian market. Eubiq India’s network of distributors spans across India and Eubiq’s products are widely used in all sectors of residential, commercial and industrial. The list of satisfied customers throughout India includes hospitals, banks, hotels, government sector, institutions to individual home owners.
HOW EUBIQ WORKS A Power Track is installed and supplied with electrical power. Next, a selected Eubiq device (adaptor, plug or accessory designed with a Eubiq Key) is then engaged on by a simple twist. The system is easy to install, easy to use and most importantly safe as all live parts are securely hidden. GSS (Ground Sentry Spring) is a patented safety feature found in all Power Tracks and the Wall Sockets. With proper wiring, GSS effectively grounds all conductive objects in contacts with it. This ensures that the system is child-safe. It is virtually impossible for any hazardous ’shock’. THE GSS SYSTEM The GSS (Grounded Sentry Spring) System is the basis of the unique power track technology featured in the Power Tracks. All objects coming into contact with the track are automatically grounded, which protects them from electric shocks. The GSS system is the only system in the world that supplies power safely and effectively in this way. DIRECTIONS FOR USE Simply push the adaptor into the Power Tracks and turn clockwise. The LED indicator will light up to show that the adaptor has been engaged. GSS adaptors are available for all major international plug types in a variety of styles and colours. EUBIQ SYSTEM • Ultra Safe • Architecturally Versatile • Unique Modular Concept • Sleek Design • Quick and Easy Installation • Universal System • Freedom of Movement • Cost-saving • 32Amp High Current Carrying Capacity
If you visit our websitehttp://www.eubiqindia.com, you will find our range of products, which will not only compliment the aesthetic value of the interior design, but also will provide a niche in the market place. We are proud to say that our product range has filled the vacuum left by a lack of innovation and development in the electrical power utilization industry for almost a century.
Please take a look at some interesting videos which we have uploaded to YouTube. I am sure they will be a lot more informative than I can explain. Enjoy. Eubiq General Introduction
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Should you require further clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us. Visit us at: http://www.eubiqindia.com | Call: +91 997115500
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Advertising / Marketing 300 000
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EUBIQ INDIA LAUNCHES ITS FIRST RETAIL CONCEPT STORE IN AHMEDABAD
AHMEDABAD: Eubiq India recently launched its first retail concept store in the city where customers can get live experience of the company’s products. The Eubiq System is a proven, best in class, child safe electrical distribution system which is aesthetically pleasing, enhancing the pleasant atmosphere of our home or workspace by seamlessly merging with the decor.The Eubiq Concept Store is part of the POC Centre’s ecosystem. It is India’s only Thematic Experience Centre for Electrical, Ava and HVAC Automation.The Eubiq power distribution system is deployed across the store to give the customers a touch and feel experience within themes which they encounter in their daily lives.At the ‘POC centre’ customers shall experience automation as well as get the opportunity to build automation functionality for their residential, commercial and industrial environments with the help of onsite engineers.Saurabh Saggar, CEO, Eubiq India, a first generation entrepreneur who started manufacturing the Eubiq System in Gurgaon said, “The company shall soon set up a manufacturing unit in Ahmedabad to cater to Gujarat’s fast expanding markets.”
Press Release(10-03-2016): All Hospitals should provide free medical treatment to Acid attack/Rape victims under the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013
Government of India has set up a dedicated fund called Nirbhaya Fund for implementation of initiatives aimed at enhancing the safety and security for women in the country. The corpus transferred to the Public Account for the Nirbhaya fund till 2014-15 is Rs. 2000 crore.
Further, the Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013, has been enacted which broadened the definition of rape to include non-penetrative sex and made the criminal provisions relating to rape and sexual violence more stringent. New offences such as acid attack, stalking, sexual harassment, voyeurism and disrobing have also been included. The amendment also mandated all the hospitals, public or private to provide free medical treatment to all victims of acid attack and rape.
The scheme of One Stop Centre for Women affected by violence has been approved with a project cost of Rs. 18.58 crore to be funded under Nirbhaya Fund. Under the scheme, it has been envisaged to establish 1 One Stop Centre in each State/UT in the first phase. The proposals of 31 States/UTs have been approved and funds released to these States/UTs. The One Stop Centre at Chhattisgarh, Chandigarh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Puducherry, Odisha, Haryana have become operational. As these Centres have been became operational recently, data regarding number of women benefited have been received only from States of Chhattisgarh, Haryana and Odisha. In the quarter ending December, 2015 Chhattishgarh, Haryana and Odisha have reported to have registered 103, 30 and 48 number of cases at their respective Centres.
This information was given by the Minster for Women and Child Development, Smt Maneka Sanjay Gandhi in reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha today.
The Secretary of Foreign Affairs (Foreign Minister), Mexico, Ms. Claudia Ruiz Massieu calls on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, in New Delhi on March 11, 2016.Courtesy: Photo Division, pib.nic.in
In the past 12 months, chat apps (e.g. WhatsApp, Snapchat, WeChat, Telegram, Firechat, BBM, and others) have taken on new significance in news production and journalist-audience engagement. For US-based news organizations, chat apps have become newsgathering tools and meeting spaces for domestic and international stories, especially in crisis reporting.
Read more about this 2016 Tow Fellows research project here.
Today, most of us view Silicon Valley and Alley as the hubs of disruptive technology and the successful start-ups born and raised there as the leaders in a quickly evolving industry that will continue to revolutionize the world. But history reminds us that often, some of the most impactful ideas — specifically, those in the journalism and media industry — were inspired and developed not in valleys or alleys, but in ivory towers (aka universities).
Read more about the value of industry-academia collaborations here.
March 24 | Curious Journalist’s Guide to Data Columbia Journalism School, NYCThe Tow Center is excited to present the launch event for Curious Journalist’s Guide to Data – a research project led by Tow Fellow Jonathan Stray. A brief presentation will be followed by a panel discussion with Kate Crawford, Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New York City; Mark Hansen, Director of the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation & Professor of Journalism at Columbia Journalism School; Scott Klein, Assistant Managing Editor at ProPublica.
March 31 | Tow Tea: The Secrets of Social Discovery Columbia Journalism School, NYCThe Tow Center will host a workshop on how to search social media platforms in order to find sources as well as eyewitness photos and videos. Participants will learn tips and techniques for searching Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Reddit and other message boards.
This workshop will be led by Claire Wardle, Research Director at the Tow Center. This events is open to CUID holders only; RSVPrequired.
Emily Bell: Facebook Eating the WorldIn early March, Tow Director Emily Bell gave a series of public lectures at the University of Cambridge as the Humanitas Visiting Professor of Media 2015–16 at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities.
The opening lecture “The End of the News as We Know It: How Facebook Swallowed Journalism” examines the rapid changes in the news ecosystem and its implications for the media industry.
A video recording of the lecture is available here; full text of the lecture is available here. An edited version of this speech has been published by Columbia Journalism Review.
Students Create New Ways to Use Existing ContentOn March 5, the Tow Center and the Brown Institute for Media Innovation hosted the MINDS Innovation Challenge at Columbia Journalism School. Columbia students from different disciplines, including journalism, data science, and statistics, came together for a day-long hackathon examining the central question: how can news agencies find new uses for their content?
Read more about how the students used content from the Press Association to prototype new products and tools.
www.cjr.org– Something really dramatic is happening to our media landscape, the public sphere, and our journalism industry, almost without us noticing and certainly without the level of public examination and d…
medium.com– It is a great pleasure and honour to be in Cambridge this week as part of the Humanitas CRASSH visiting lecture programme. I must thank my former Observer colleague Professor John Naughton for prop…
www.nytimes.com– A news organization led by one of China’s most prominent journalists is sounding the alarm about censorship and the growing restrictions on free speech, citing a source very familiar with the situa…
www.poynter.org– DALLAS — Inside the third-floor newsroom, The Dallas Morning News looks like a lot of American newspapers. Fluorescent lights stretch across low ceilings. The carpet is speckled gray and sufficient…
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Implementation of 2030 Agenda to be the focus at single largest forum on women and girls
UN Commission on the Status of Women to outline robust set of actions for translating ambitious development roadmap into reality for women and girls
(New York, 10 March)—Following a milestone year in international development in which world leaders endorsed the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the 60th Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) will focus firmly on implementation of the ambitious agreement. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by UN Member States in September 2015 are a universal roadmap for people and planet, addressing the key challenges of the 21st century, such as poverty, inequality and climate change. Gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls is a goal in itself, and recognized as a central means to achieving the SDGs. Success depends on rigorous implementation.The Commission is the single largest forum for Member States and other stakeholders to commit to new actions for advancement of women and their empowerment. This year’s CSW is the first after the adoption of the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The session thus will build on the momentum garnered in September 2015 when, in conjunction with the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, more than 90 governments answered UN Women’s call for action to “Step It Up for Gender Equality”. World leaders pledged measurable actions to tackle structural barriers and remaining challenges to the achievement of gender equality in their countries. Civil society and businesses leaders complemented these pledges committing to combat stereotypes and shift practices towards fostering greater equality and opportunity.
“This gathering of so many of the key partners in the implementation of Agenda 2030 makes this a crucial opportunity to combine our strengths and align decisively around the central issues for action,” said UN Women Executive Director PhumzileMlambo-Ngcuka.
The priority theme for the 60th session will be women’s empowerment and its link to sustainable development. Discussions by governments will focus on creating a conducive environment for gender-responsive implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, through actions to ensure enabling laws and policies, solid institutional infrastructures, adequate financial resources, strengthening of participation mechanisms, and investment in sex-disaggregated data, to guide national action.
Research underlines the benefit of women’s empowerment and gender equality for societies everywhere: for instance, if women played an identical role to men in labour markets, as much as USD 28 trillion could be added to global annual GDP by 2025. When women are at the peace tables, their participation increases the probability of a peace agreement lasting at least two years by 20 per cent, and 35 per cent over 15 years. And a child born to a mother who can read is 50 per cent more likely to survive. Yet, global reviews undertaken in 2015, during the 20 years’ commemoration of the historic Beijing Conference, revealed while there has been progress on women’s rights and gender equality, it has not been enough. Today, only one in five parliamentarians is a woman and women continue to earn less, have fewer assets and bear the burden of unpaid work and care.
Violence against women continues to affect one in three women, making it one of the most widespread human rights violations. The Commission will evaluate progress in the implementation of its agreed conclusions of 2013, on ending violence against women and girls, a pandemic that also comes with enormous economic costs to society.
The high-level meeting from 14-24 March underlines the determination of governments and activists to move the needle on women’s rights and gender equality. This year over 1,000 NGOs have pre-registered more than 8,100 of their representatives for the meeting. More than 200 side events will be hosted on the UN premises by Member States and UN entities, many of them in collaboration with civil society, about 150 of them in the first week of CSW alone, alongside 450 parallel events by NGOs, in the vicinity of the UN.
Press Conference: Guests at the Noon Briefing: Permanent Representative of Brazil to the United Nations and Chair of the Commission on the Status of WomenAmbassador Antonio de AguiarPatriota, and UN Under-Secretary-General and UN Women Executive Director PhumzileMlambo-Ngcukawill brief the press regarding CSW60 on 10 March, 12.20 p.m., approx., Room S-0237, UN Secretariat [Live webcast]
Youth Forum at CSW60: Advancing 2030 Agenda – Empowered Young Women and Young Men as Partners in Achieving Gender Equality, organized by UN Women, Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA), Salvation Army, and UN Inter-agency Network on Youth Development’s Working Group on Youth and Gender Equality, 11 March, 9.30 a.m.–6 p.m., and 12 March, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Conference Room 1, A, B, C, D [Live webcast on 12 March]
Opening of the 60th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, 14 March, 10 a.m.–1 p.m., UN General Assembly [Live webcast]
‘A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness’, screening of Oscar-winning documentary film on ‘honour killings’, organized by UN Women and Mission of Pakistan, 15 March, 6.30–7.45 p.m., Conference Room 1
Open Consultation on the work and deliberations of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment, 16 March, 10-11.30 a.m., ECOSOC Chamber [Live webcast]
High-level event on Gender Equality and Global Call to Action on Equal Pay, a two-part event with the first part being a high-level dialogue on gender equality; and the second part a moderated interview-style discussion with UN Women Executive Director PhumzileMlambo-Ngcuka and key stakeholders on a global call to action on equal pay for work of equal value, organized by UN Women, 16 March, 12–1.30 p.m., ECOSOC Chamber [Live webcast]
Achieving Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Humanitarian Action through the World Humanitarian Summit,organized by the Missions of Australia, Mexico, as well as ActionAid, Oxfam, OCHA and UN Women. 17 March at 3–4.15 p.m., Conference Room 11 [Live webcast]
Launch of the Step It Up for Gender Equality Media Compact—Building on Experiences from the Media Landscape, organized by UN Women, 22 March, 3–4.15 p.m., Conference Room 11 [Live webcast]
The Key to Economic Growth: Panelists include PhumzileMlambo-Ngcuka, UN Women Executive Director, Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman & CEO, Care.com, Ai-jen Poo, Co-Director, Caring Across Generations, and Anne-Marie Slaughter, President & CEO, New America, 23 March 8.30–10 a.m., Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, New York
Media Opportunities: Grassroots activists and women’s rights advocates are available for interviews. Short-list below, please contact media officers listed for details.
The 2nd State Awards in RE-Hydro 2nd REPA State Awards 2016 concurrent with the 2nd RPO Conclave 2016 to be held at The Metropolitan Hotel, Crest Hall, Bangla Sahib Road, New Delhi – on 9th March 2016 @ 10.30 a.m.Haryana,Himachal, Rajasthan, Maharashtra , Sikkim, Madhaya Pradesh , gets 2nd State Awards in RE-Hydro
Winners sate were the Haryana,Himachal, Rajasthan, Maharashtra , Sikkim, Madhaya Pradesh , gets 2nd State Awards in RE-Hydro.