Tottenham vs Olympiakos odds: 4/1 for Kane and Son to score

first_imgTOTTENHAM welcome Olympiacos in Jose Mourinho’s first Champions League match as Spurs boss and Ladbrokes have a huge offer for punters.Ladbrokes are offering 4/1 on Harry Kane and Son Hueng-min to score in tonight’s clash.1 Harry Kane and Son Hueng-min speak to new boss Jose Mourinho in trainingThis great 4/1 offer for Kane and Son to score, which is much shorter at 11/4 elswere, can be claimed HERE.Spurs were rampant in Mourinho’s first game in charge as they stormed to a 3-0 lead at away West Ham.Both forwards netted in the victory at the London Stadium with Son netting the opener before Kane scored the third.This offer is available to new and existing customers – but punters who create an account can make the most of Ladbrokes’ bet £5 and get £20 free.As previously mentioned, Ladbrokes are offering free bets for as little as a £5 bet.From betting just a fiver on this Spurs offer a new customer, they will award you with £20 of free bets to play with.To claim this offer, new customers have to register using promo code 20FREE.José Mourinho has spoken to Pochettino’s son about his dad’s sacking but is yet to talk with Tottenham predecessorlast_img read more

India Leads the Way in Data Literacy, Shows Survey

first_imgIndia has the highest percentage of data literates at 45.2 per cent, followed by the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, and Australia, among others, a recent survey conducted by data analytics company Qlik showed.The survey involved more than 11,000 business leaders and full-time workers worldwide as respondents. The research was carried out with an aim to find out how data impacts their personal and professional lives. “We believe it shouldn’t matter where you live or where you are in your career, you should have the same opportunity to use, access and succeed with data,” the report stated.According to the survey, the per cent of data literates in the United States is 33.4, followed by Spain (25.3 per cent), and United Kingdom (20.6 per cent). Singapore and Germany recorded 15 and 13.5 per cent data literacy, respectively.“With more data being created today than ever before, data literacy has now become as important as the ability to read and write. It adds weight to our arguments and helps us make better decisions,” said Paul Mclean, Data Literacy Evangelist, Asia-Pacific at Qlik, the Hindu BusinessLine reported.Mclean added that it is no wonder then that almost nine out of 10 data literates say they are performing very well at work, compared to one in three of those who are not data literate.Only 20 per cent of the 11,000 plus business leaders and full-time workers surveyed were found to be data literate, the survey revealed, adding that 24 per cent of them feel empowered and proficient in using data in their job. “An overwhelming majority, 70 per cent said they would like to improve their data skillset, if given the chance,” the survey found.“We can see a clear gap across APAC whereby business leaders are demanding that their employees leverage data day-to- day to drive actionable insights. At the same time however, there is a noticeable gap in the level of support provided to empower them,” Mclean added while talking about the Asia-Pacific region.India also scores higher when it comes to employee empowerment for accessing data. While 88 per cent employees in India have access to the data they need, are proficient in working with data and feel empowered by their employers to use it, the corresponding  figures  are 76 per cent in China and 75 per cent in Singapore.“A strong link that was found was between data literacy and job performance shows just one of the many reasons this topic matters,” the report stated. Related ItemsanalyticsData Literacylast_img read more