Ever Adventure partners with William Hill

Ever Adventure, the gamified casino operator, announced a new partnership with William Hill which will see the businesses collaborating to bring the next generation of digital casino to life, implementing new ways to engage casino players and appeal to the wider, more casual casino market.


Ever Adventure and its Slotser casino brand (, have operated since late 2014, exploring ways in which gamification can create a more entertaining play experience for the recreational casino player. The business has a custom built casino platform as well as a growing number of both in-house built and 3rd party games content.


The partnership will see William Hill and Ever Adventure working together on a collaborative roadmap of new casino product ideas brought to life through The partnership will soft launch through William Hills Affiliate United platform during the summer of 2016 and accelerate later in the year as the Ever Adventure product roadmap is revealed.

China’s P2P lender Dianrong mulls 2017 IPO

Chinese peer-to-peer (P2P) lender is mulling a share float as early as next year, once Beijing’s crackdown on illegal online fundraising takes full shape, according to the company’s co-founder and chief executive Soul Htite. The company prefers to list its shares near China but it has not yet decided where and when to do the share offering.


Read more at FinanceAsia

Looksharp Releases 2016 State of Millennial Hiring Report

Looksharp, the largest internship and entry-level job marketplace in the United States, released its annual State of Millennial Hiring Report. The report uses feedback from more than 21,000 current college students and recent graduates to show how this generation of students feels about their future employers and the internships and jobs in their future.


The report shares insights about millennial hiring by industry, geographic location and business size. Key takeaways from the report include:


1) Internships are a critical element in determining career success. There are strong correlations between having at least one internship and improved job prospects after graduation and finding employment in the field of study.


2) But expectations after graduation may be unrealistic. There’s a $9,000 gap between college seniors’ salary expectations and actual starting salaries.


3) Demand for internships is higher than supply. Among the 31.5 percent who said they had not completed an internship to date, more than 70 percent said they had searched unsuccessfully.


4) More interns reported being paid for their work. The 2016 study found that 55 percent of internships were paid, up from 52.5 percent in 2015. The chances of receiving compensation vary significantly by major, industry and region.


5) Startups have seen their appeal grow. While midsize companies (50-500 workers) are still the most popular, preference for internships at startups jumped from 4.9 percent in 2014 to 7.4 percent in 2015 to 9.7 percent in 2016.


Read more at Hawaii News Now

Top Schools Named Winners at the Global Leaders Summit

What happens when over 350 alumni professionals from all over the globe gather together on campus at UCLA? Not only high quality presentations and learning on all aspects of alumni relations, but also top level networking among the delegates.


These were just a couple of the highlights at last week’s Global Leaders Summit (GLS) held at UCLA. The inaugural summit in North America was organized by Graduway, the leading provider of on-line networking platforms that help alumni and students to connect, find jobs, and mentor existing students.


Senior alumni relations delegates from 10 countries and across North America attended the summit, which included keynote speeches, ‘TED style’ talks, interviews, panel discussions, and even a Presidential style debate.


Speakers at the summit included Howard Wolf, Vice President for Alumni Affairs at Stanford University; Katrina Davy, Executive Director of Alumni Career Programs and Partnership UCLA, UCLA Alumni Affairs; Chris Marshall, Alumni Relations Consultant and Senior Vice President, Grenzebach Glier & Associates; Charlie Cumbaa, Executive Vice President of Corporate & Product Strategy at Blackbaud; Andrew Gossen, Senior Director for Social Media Strategy, Alumni Affairs & Development at Cornell University; Eva Kubu, Director of Career Services at Princeton University; and Sean Brown, Global Alumni Relations Director, McKinsey & Company; among others.


Global Leaders Summit also featured an awards ceremony. Winners included Tulane University for Best University Network, Ithaca College for Best Social Media Campaign, The Holderness School for Best Performing K12 Network, Smith School of Business for Best Business School Network, and UCLA for Best Mentoring Campaign.


Read more at Graduway