Peter Sterling appointed to Blues coaching role

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Peter Sterling appointed to Blues coaching role

first_imgThe Maroons have won ten out of the last eleven series as pressure mounts on Daley and his staff.terling replaces Immortal Bob Fulton who filled the role under Daley, Ricky Stuart and Craig Bellamy.The former Eels, New South Wales and Kangaroos halfback has high hopes for the side.”I feel like I have been asked to step into a situation that is on the verge of something extremely special with the group Laurie has assembled and the decisions he has made during his tenure,” Sterling said.”I am really excited to be involved in something that is a very special part of the game.”Daley said he was thrilled to have someone of Sterlng’s knowledge on board.”I couldn’t be happier that Sterlo was not only available, but really excited about the opportunity,” Daley said.”He will bring so much to our squad that is aligned with the culture and team values we aspire to.”His knowledge of the game is without peer.”last_img read more

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Don Peebles Launches 500M Fund For Underrepresented Developers

first_imgPeebles—who owns the real estate development firm Peebles Corp.—says he’s on a mission to level the playing field when it comes to access to capital. Through the fund he wants to work with developers from different cities throughout the country on projects that will be built on underdeveloped or vacant land. The projects will be a mix of commercial and residential buildings; some of which will have affordable housing units. According to Peebles, the fund will be supported by investors. He’s aiming to work on 60 different projects which will be between $10 million and $70 million each.“The idea is to create this business model that shows that investing in emerging developers and investing in diversity will result in higher returns with less risk,” he said while unveiling his plan at The Real Deal’s annual residential real estate event. “It’s a very positive thing to have the developments that are taking place in communities of color, to have the projects be developed by people of color. We see this as a win-win and an untapped market.”There are several entrepreneurs who are on a mission to make the real estate industry diverse. Johnetta G. Paye, Esq. and Ernestine Johnson created the first Black-owned real estate crowdfunding company to help individuals from underserved communities overcome the obstacles of gentrification by helping them make low-cost real estate investments.SEE ALSO:These Women Are Running The First Black-Owned Real Estate Crowdfunding CompanyBlack Entrepreneurs Raise $8 Million For Barbershop-Focused App Twitter Finds Sweet Irony In Cops Complaining Arizona Starbucks Asked Them To Leave Starbucks Introduces New Line Of Iced Beverages The new fund is another example of how Don Peebles has been a long-time game changer in his industry. https://t.co/9bl1w6ak7j— Black Enterprise (@blackenterprise) June 29, 2019 Black entrepreneur Don Peebles is investing in the futures of women and people of color in the real estate industry. According to The Real Deal, he’s launching a $500 million fund to support developers from underrepresented groups in South Florida, Los Angeles, New York and other cities. Black Entrepreneur , Developer , Don Peebles , entrepreneur , Real Estate , Real Estate Developer AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisMore17Share to EmailEmailEmaillast_img read more

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