Monday 27th of May 2024

Nairobi, Kenya

The Silent Libido’s Killer!

By definition, libido is the sexual urge that initiates sexual activity. Libido levels are correlated with sex hormone levels in the body, which peak during adolescence and then decrease as people age. Furthermore, the daily stressors in your life might diminish your libido and render your intimacy with your spouse as dead as a doornail.
Reduced libido in women will result in painful coitus, dry vagina, poor sexual response, inability to become aroused, and lack of sexual desire.

Moreover, research indicates that individuals with adequate sleep typically exhibit elevated libido and a sensual disposition, with their chambers glowing! That gives you an excuse to sleep more now! Drugs have an impact on libido levels as well. Libido reduction has been observed as a side effect of some medications used to treat conditions including depression, high blood pressure, HIV infection, and birth control pills.
Talk to your doctor about any medications you take before having a sexual encounter with your partner, if you’re on any.

Just be sure your libido isn’t being negatively impacted by the adverse effects.

People have traditionally thought of alcohol as a sex stimulant. To what extent is this true? Is it true or just a myth? Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence that alcohol boosts libido. Alcohol diminishes libido, decreases brain function, and sedates the brain. It kills the sex drive instead of enhancing it.
But why is it that drunk individuals tend to have more sex? Alcohol makes individuals more open-minded and gives them the confidence to engage in activities they normally wouldn’t, like having sex.
It also impairs the conscious mind. As previously said, an alcohol binge will cause your brain to shut down, which will lower your libido.

Thus, the next time you go to the pub hoping to be laid, remember not to push yourself, have a drink or two, and let yourself enjoy the company of the sex!

It’s essential to recognize that libido can be influenced by a combination of physical, psychological, and emotional factors. If someone is experiencing persistent issues with libido, it’s advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a qualified therapist to address the underlying causes and explore potential solutions.

Open communication with a partner and seeking support from healthcare professionals can play a crucial role in overcoming libido-related challenges.

Content courtesy of LiShe Love & NFH Digital Team

Launched by Holiday Inn Nairobi, “THE HANG OUT” Is A Phantastic Experience To Sip, Savor, And Swing

Nairobi, June 17, 2023: The Holiday Inn Nairobi, Two Rivers Mall, in collaboration with East African Breweries Limited Plc (EABL), formally debuted its Hang Out experience at the hotel.

The gathering of important partners from East African Breweries Limited Plc (EABL)’s culinary, leisure, and media industries provided them with a forum for networking, conversation, and indulging in scrumptious cuisine while taking in live entertainment.
The Holiday Inn Hang Out is expected to transform how guests socialize and improve their stay at the hotel.

“We are thrilled to partner with The-Bar by EABL to bring the Holiday Inn Hang Out to life,” stated Mr. Amit Sharma, general manager of the Holiday Inn Nairobi.
This partnership provides our visitors with a special, pleasurable experience.
Our goal is to design a lively and interesting environment that accommodates the many interests and tastes of our visitors. These hangouts are the first of many that will definitely grow in popularity among people looking for novel experiences.

The opening of the Holiday Inn Hang Out demonstrates the hotel’s commitment to improving the guest experience and offering cutting-edge services that address the changing demands and tastes of contemporary visitors. This alliance with The-Bar by EABL reinforces the hotel’s dedication to working with leaders in the field to provide top-notch services.

“Our offers on The Bar Ke have evolved to meet our consumers’ expectations,” said Samuel Ndunda, the e-commerce manager for East African Breweries Limited Plc (EABL). To make it easier for customers to acquire genuine EABL products at home, we developed this platform as a digital shopfront in 2020.
Planning parties and gatherings are made simpler by the ability of customers to purchase and customize a soiree directly from ke.thebar.com.
Our customers may experience The Bar Soiree firsthand thanks to alliances like this one with Holiday Inn.

About Holiday Inn
Holiday Inn extends an invitation to you to connect with friends, family, or coworkers at the Hangout and promises a great experience with amazing deals.

The Holiday Inn, Nairobi Hotel is a four-star establishment that offers affordable rates and services that tastefully combine the traditional and the contemporary, the serene and the lively – all for the pleasure of travel.
Our arrival into Kenya’s hotel and travel market as an IHG hotel offers a variety of contemporary, adaptable, conventional, and distinctive hotel services to a sizable and varied guest group, which comprises businesses, financial institutions, governments, and individuals.

About East African Breweries Limited (EABL)
With an amazing array of brands that include beer, spirits, and adult non-alcoholic drinks (ANADs), East African Breweries Limited (EABL) is East Africa’s top branded alcohol beverage company, reiterating our position as a total adult beverage (TAB) business.

The group’s diversification is crucial in delivering the highest-quality brands to East African customers and long-term value to East African investors since it includes brewers, distilleries, support industries, and a regional distribution network.

As a company focused on serving customers, EABL takes the time to research the market, comprehend customer needs and wants, and determine the most effective ways to meet those needs and wants. To keep up with changing consumer trends, we continually reinvent and rebuild our brands. This is consistent with our goal of becoming the most renowned company in Eastern Africa.

#HolidayInnNairobi #ExperienceIHG #BethereIRL

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Moët & Chandon: The Impérial Way 8 Nations Across Africa Toast Champagne On The Champagne Day.

Raising a glass of champagne in joy is the ultimate expression of life’s high points.
And if anyone has perfected the craft of creating champagne, it’s Moët & Chandon.
The champagne Maison has been synonymous with this innate “know-how,” which the French so charmingly refer to as “savoir-faire,” throughout the course of its 2.5-century history with 1,190 hectares of vineyards and 28 kilometers of underground cellars, Moët & Chandon is claiming to have the most extensive winemaking foundation in the entire Champagne region.

It has led the path for others to follow and has eventually defined what excellent winemaking is breaking the rules is a sign of courage, and the cork’s triumphant explosion represents hundreds of years of craftsmanship, invention, and tradition.
Champagne Day was celebrated on October 28 across the world,  we’ve enjoyed the tradition of raising a champagne glass in celebration for decades.
However, on this particular day, it provided a special occasion to honor the festive beverage itself and toast to the Maison that has created that relationship, Moët & Chandon, which was appointed in 1748 to provide Versailles’ French royal court with supplies.
With the support of the entire world, it becomes sense that Moët & Chandon would eminently bring together numerous nations in Africa to celebrate champagne.

Moët & Chandon hosted 8 private events that drew Friends of the House, famous people, and dignitaries together to exhibit their reputation for glitz and savoir-fête around the area.
Michelle Ntalami, Maps Maponyane of South Africa, Nancy Sumari of Tanzania, and Timini Egbuson of Nigeria were among those chosen to organize these regional celebrations, raising a glass to the Maison and its ongoing success.

These individuals had already been to Épernay withMoët & Chandon in May, Champagne Day was celebrated the Imperial Way at these 8 small-scale, glitzy parties from South Africa to Kenya.
the Villa Kempinski in Nairobi, the Belmond Mount Nelson hotel in Cape Town, and the Johari Rotana Hotel in Dar es Salaam, among other stunning locations across the continent.

Each offering distinctive dining experiences and thoughtfully selected photo opportunities, such interactive glitter pods to amplify the excitement.
35 special visitors from Kenya, including Michelle Ntalami, Octopizzo, Lucia Musau, Anita Nderu, Kate Actress, and Nick Ndeda, graced the Villa Rosa Kempinski hotel in Nairobi.

When they arrived, guests were directed to the balcony bar’s patio to sip Moet & Chandon Imperial before going inside to a 5-course matched lunch.
Guests were served sophisticated meal pairings to go with Mot & Chandon champagnes while seated at a long table decorated with flowers and glass bubbles.
Highlights included Suprême de Volaille, Mot & Chandon Rosé Imperial with Smoked Beef Filet, and Mot & Chandon Imperial with Sushi Dragon Roll.

“Champagne Day is an occasion to honor how we have created the industry, distilling unmatched quality into every bottle for nearly three centuries, as a Maison with such a rich heritage of winemaking excellence.
Aimee Kellen, Head of Consumer Engagement for Moët Hennessy Africa and the Middle East, declares that it is the true desire ofMoët & Chandon’s to spread that delight throughout Africa and the world.

About Moët & Chandon
By providing a variety of distinctive wines for every occasion, Moët & Chandon, a Maison that was established in 1743, helped to introduce champagne to the globe.
Each champagne, whether it be from the renowned Moët Impérial or the Grand Vintage Collection, the outgoing Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial or the avant-garde Mot & Chandon Ice Impérial, dazzles and delights with vibrant fruitiness, an alluring palate, and beautiful maturity.

Since its inception, Moët & Chandon has been the champagne of choice to commemorate significant historical or private moments.
Each of life’s memorable milestones has a Moët & Chandon champagne style that perfectly captures the moment.

Content courtesy of Moët & Chandon, African Elite Group Ltd & NFH

The Bole Festival In Port Harcourt In 2022 Will Feature Food, Entertainment, And Thrills.

A month ago, Port Harcourt’s largest food and music festival, the Bolè Festival, was held. The sixth iteration of the festival took place in August and filled Yakubu Gowon Stadium with thousands of spectators. For many people, the dynamic city’s thrill, experience, and memories are still very fresh.

The sixth iteration of the food festival, Bolé Festival 2022, with the theme Level up, was started in 2016 to honor the renowned Port Harcourt street food. The festival draws food lovers and chefs from all over the world to celebrate the rich culture and variety of popular food with a focus on Southern heritage. Bolé Festival had an increase in attendance from 300 guests in 2016 to a record-breaking 25,000 attendees in 2021.

The festival featured kid-friendly activities including musical performances and the visually magnificent bamboo Bolè village, where people lined up until three in the morning to enjoy the famed Bolè booths’ bole and fish. There were also dance competitions, culinary stalls, comedic performances, and games.

Nonso Iwuh started the Bolè festival in 2016 out of a love for showcasing a southern history and way of life. Despite the bad weather, over 28,000 people came to the Bolè festival 2022 over the course of two days, and there were over 100 vendors from all over Nigeria. We Pin!, a common Port Harcourt slang expression that implies “we are immovable,” was used in this situation.

The founder and creative director of Bolè, Nonso Iwuh, stated that the 2022 event would be the festival’s sixth and largest iteration. I am grateful to my team of smart, committed young brains who never fail to deliver, and I am astounded by the Bolè Festival’s evolution throughout the years.
Our Bolè BFFs (attendees and well-wishers) are our biggest inspiration, and we appreciate their confidence in us and their assistance.

The festival’s theme for this year was “Level Up,” which represents how, despite the pandemic’s setbacks, we increased our standards, resilience, and festival experience.

“Our identity and message at Bolè Festival are firmly founded in food, culture, and community. We are now able to draw thousands of foodies, brands, and companies every year to celebrate our unique street food culture.” Bolè Festival marketing and communication lead, Elsie Alasia.

The audience were treated to fascinating musical performances by Ruger, Cavemen, and a range of Port Harcourt’s greatest acts in addition to the food fair and games during the festival. Nedu Wazobia, Nas Boi, and Mr. Funny were among the other famous people and influences who performed.

Regarding the upcoming Bolè Festival, Iwuh said: “We anticipate that our 2023 edition will be even more thrilling. We are always searching for fresh approaches to improve the festival experience for our partners and visitors.”

Nigeria Breweries (Tiger Beer), Chipper Cash, La Casera, Bolt, Tecno, Imperial Blue, Chateau Varterly Winery, Bulzano Wine, Red Bull, Sun Ville Group, Fan Ice, Marie Stopes, Fire Condom, Trash Coin, Ceemore Global, YEO Foundation, Starchaser Wine, and Odibola Properties provided financial support for and sponsorship of the Bolè Festival 2022.

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WhiteCap Crisp Introduces a Sleek 330ml Cans In Kenyan Market

With the release of a stylish canned beer in 330ml volume on the market, Kenya Breweries Limited has bolstered the expansion of its Whitecap Trademark. The can pack strives to provide value and convenience for consumers while adhering to the brand’s environmental commitment.

Building on WhiteCap Lager, WhiteCap Crisp beer was launched earlier in March with updated liquid flavor, new labels, and a fresh appearance.
“Consumer needs and preferences have changed such that consumers are constantly looking for things that fit into their lifestyle, have excellent taste, simplify their lives, attract their attention, and have a positive influence on the environment,” argues Ngugi Kerago, Head of Emerging Channels.

“We strive to strike a balance between the premium nature of our beers and their high value. Because it is portable, lightweight, convenient, and swiftly cools, the can is a great option. Additionally, it is more eco-friendly in terms of the environment. He added.

To appeal to aspirational drinkers who want a modern but approachable beer with premium flavor, enjoyed every day on light drinking occasions like during a meal with friends, lunch, or afternoon debriefings, WhiteCap crisp is blended with fine Kenyan ingredients. It has a clean, lighter taste, is sugar-free, and is of high quality.

KBL’s Marketing Manager for the Beer Category, Catherine Ndungu, commented during the immersion session: “We are optimistic that the innovation will be equally successful with our consumers and will help grow the category.
We intend to establish ourselves as a key player in the local beer market and beyond by producing aspirational beers that are convenient and dependably tasty. We are also providing a solution for the moderators who are always looking for drinks that have low alcohol content, no added sugar, and are available in the smallest size that they find most appealing.

Craft beer in cans is a more and more popular option everywhere in the world. Research shows that consumer trends and attitudes toward packaging are what are driving this format’s explosive expansion.

Because they are portable, lightweight, and environmentally friendly, consumers adore cans.
WhiteCap is the top local mass premium brand with premium qualities of the highest caliber while remaining grounded in regional values. Its admiration has a long history and may be traced to pre- and post-colonial times. It was first mostly drank by white settlers before being embraced by Kenyan elites.


The suggested retail price (RRP) for the new WhiteCap Crisp is Ksh. 180 for a returnable bottle (RGB) and Ksh. 200 for a can. It is best savored on casual drinking situations like lunch with friends, afternoon debriefings, or mealtimes.
According to CCF data, 62% of consumers say that leading a healthy lifestyle is vital. Of this group, 43% make an effort to limit their alcohol consumption, and 45% look for “genuine and natural” in the food and beverages they choose.

Content courtesy of Capital Lifestyle & NFH 

The Paddock Circle Will Be Hosted By The Hennessy And Radisson Blu Hotel In Nairobi’s Upper Hill.

June 12th, 2022, Nairobi Hennessy, the world’s best cognac, teamed up with the Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi Upper Hill to organize the “Paddock Circle,” an exclusive event with a live Formula One Grand Prix showing.
To create a remarkable experience, the event brought together Formula One fans from the corporate, media, content creators, and Cognac lovers to witness the Azerbaijan Grand Prix race at the Baku City Circuit.
The hotel’s General Manager, Russell Storey, spoke at the ceremony and said, “Since our reopening, we’ve had a lot of positive feedback. We’ve worked hard to provide our visitors with unforgettable experiences. It’s a pleasure to collaborate with leading premium brands like Hennessy to deliver unmatched service, comfort, and style.”

The Paddock Circle will continue to be hosted by Hennessy and the Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi Upper Hill, extending the action to fans across the country and interacting with the brand’s consumers in new and innovative ways.
Alexandre Helaine, Mot Hennessy’s Eastern Africa Market Manager, stated, “We at Hennessy are always looking for new methods to provide our customers with unique and engaging experiences.
We are ecstatic to deliver the charm of our brands to consumers through our partnership with Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi, Upper Hill.”
The Paddock Circle is being hosted by Hennessy and the Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi Upper Hill.

About Hennessy

For over 250 years, the leader in Cognac, Maison Hennessy, has shone with its remarkable know-how over the world. The brand is present in more than 130 countries, according to creator Richard Hennessy’s spirit of conquest.

Hennessy is a mainstay of the Charente economy, with its headquarters in the heart of the province.
The House’s success and longevity are built on the quality of its cognacs, each of which is the result of a one-of-a-kind process of knowledge transmission from generation to generation.
Hennessy, the first spirits house to receive ISO 14001 certification, brings together its potential for innovation and the backing of all of its partners to maintain this unique environment.

Content Courtesy African Elite Group Ltd, Hennessy, Radisson Blu & NFH

National Cognac Day: Celebrating World Cognac Day with Hennessy

3rd June 2022, Nairobi At Bambino Latin Italian Restaurant in Westlands, Hennessy, the world’s best Cognac, presented an event called Cognac, Cocktails, and Conversations, which brought together Cognac aficionados.

The event was held to commemorate World Cognac Day by displaying the art and craft of Hennessy Cocktails and allowing attendees to engage and network while enjoying the cocktails created by the #HennessyMyWay Challenge bartenders.

“We are enthusiastic about creating such creative events,” Alexandre Helaine, Mot Hennessy Market Manager Eastern Africa, said of the occasion. They enable us to engage and inspire our customers to enjoy Hennessy and its cocktail versatility, while also adding a touch of savoir-faire to their lifestyle.”

The cocktails were made with Hennessy V.S, the world’s most popular Cognac, a reflection of competence and consistency. The Hennessy Bee, Hennessy Breeze, and Hennessy Paper-Heart were among the cocktails served.


“On World Cognac Day, Hennessy honors all those who have courageously pursued their passion in order to change the game.” Mr. Helaine added.

This World Cognac Day, Hennessy would like to invite Cognac fans to appreciate and celebrate the legacy and craft of the spirit.


Hennessy’s History

For more than 250 years, the leader in Cognac, Maison Hennessy, has shone with its extraordinary know-how around the world. The brand is present in more than 130 countries, according to creator Richard Hennessy’s spirit of conquest.
Hennessy is a mainstay of the Charente economy, with its headquarters in the heart of the province. The House’s success and longevity are built on the quality of its cognacs, each of which is the result of a one-of-a-kind process of knowledge transmission from generation to generation.

Hennessy, the first spirits house to receive ISO 14001 certification, brings together its potential for innovation and the backing of all of its partners to maintain this unique environment.

Hennessy, as the crown jewel of the LVMH Group, is a key contributor to French international trade, selling 99 percent of its production overseas and serving as a global ambassador for French art de vivre.

Content Courtesy of African Elite Group Ltd & NFH

Glenmorangie Hosts A Cocktail Experience To Commemorate World Whisky Day.

Whisky enthusiasts all across the world celebrate World Whiskey Day with tastings, events, and gatherings. On the day of the event, participants are urged to raise one glass to commemorate the occasion.

Every year on the third Saturday in May, World Whisky Day was observed on Saturday, May 21, 2022.

At the Norfolk Hotel in Nairobi, Moet Hennessy Eastern Africa Marketing Manager Alexandre Helaine took advantage of the chance to give whiskey fans to a ‘full course’ Single Malt Scotch Whiskey tasting experience.

To commemorate World Whisky Day, Glenmorangie presented a cocktail experience at the Bar Next Door for top influencers and Single Malt Whisky enthusiasts.
The event featured the creation of unique Glenmorangie drinks in a unique location, creating an unforgettable celebrating experience.

Glenmorangie is always welcoming visitors to sample and enjoy the whisky in sensory playgrounds inspired by the brand’s delectable beverages.
Glenmorangie welcomes you to enjoy Scotland’s smoothest and most beautiful single malt whisky on World Whisky Day.

Whiskey connoisseurs will concur that if you are unfamiliar with the aroma and flavor of a particular whiskey brand, you will be sipping backstreet whiskeys accessible in the market, believing you are drinking that brand.

Perhaps this is why Glenmorangie’s Alexandre Helaine decided to provide special instruction to guests on how to identify the whiskey they are tasting.

This is a simple way to taste your whisky. Examine the appearance – is it what you’re used to?

Swirl the glass and look for streaks of liquid running down the inside.
Watch as the glass shakes. How long do the bubbles last? The stronger the alcoholic strength, the longer it takes.

Sniffing – Place your nose close to the glass, but not so close that the alcohol burns your nose. Short, sharp sniffs are recommended.
Take a deep swig of your whisky. The tongue produces taste, but the nose produces flavor.

About Glenmorangie

Since 1843, Glenmorangie has been lovingly distilled. William Matheson, our company’s founder, was a visionary and perfectionist. He developed a single malt whisky that is unparalleled in terms of delicacy, smoothness, and flavor complexity.
The dish is deceptively easy, but the level of attention to detail is incredible. We make an excellent mash by combining the pure mineral-rich waters of the Tarlogie Springs with local golden Scottish barley, which we then distill in Scotland’s tallest malt whiskey stills to create a purer, smoother whisky.

The necks alone are taller than a fully grown adult male giraffe, standing at 5.24 meters (nearly 16 feet). What is the advantage of this height obsession?

Only the lightest and cleanest vapors condense into our spirit, which is then aged in Missouri White Oak barrels. (It will take at least ten years.) These carefully selected casks, made from 100-year-old trees and seasoned for another two years after felling, provide a hue and a creamy smoothness of flavor that is complete perfection.

There are, of course, simpler and faster ways to produce whisky. There are many other single malts. But after tasting Glenmorangie, you’ll never want to try anything else since we are unwavering in our belief in the way our whisky is made, regardless of the effort or cost.

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Hennessy Has Invited Top East African Celebrities And Business Owners. The Hennessy Vip Trip Features Kenyan Rapper Octopizzo, Tanzanian Artist Juma Jux, James “Wong,” And Ali “Kiza” Oumarou Touring Hennessy In France.

Hennessy, the world’s most popular cognac, has invited prominent celebrities and business leaders from East Africa to participate in the #HennessyVIPTrip experience.

The goal of this experience is to provide insight and immersion into the world of luxury that is Hennessy. Mot Hennessy Market Manager Eastern Africa Alexandre Helaine, Award-winning Artist Octopizzo, Musical artist Juma Jux, Mohamed Adnan Hamadi, Carlos Mella Bastos, Amour Mahmoud Shamte, Isack Anselm Lwoga, and Entrepreneurs James Kariuki and Ali Oumarou were among those who attended.

The VIP guests were treated to a tour of the Domaine de La Bataille, the “La Groie” distillery, the traditional cellar of La Faencerie, Le Chai du Fondateur, and La Boutique Hennessy, as well as dinner with Mr. Maurice Hennessy at Hennessy’s Chateau de Bagnolet.
“Hennessy has a genuine passion for art, and our trip aimed to merge the many arts, i.e., music, graffiti, painting, entrepreneurs, for a unique experience,” Alexandre Helaine, Moet Hennessy Market Manager Eastern Africa, said of the trip.

“As a brand, Hennessy believes in shaping the future. Hennessy hopes that the Never Stop Never Settle campaign will inspire future generations of creative entrepreneurs to follow their goals and define success on their own terms.” Mr. Helaine went on to say.

Hennessy presented each visitor with a bottle of Paradis engraved with their name.

Please Drink Responsibly.

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The Hennessy My Way Challenge Returns In Its Third Edition.

Hennessy, the world’s best Cognac, launched the third edition of the Hennessy My Way Challenge on April 25, 2022, in Nairobi. This global competition brings together top bartenders to demonstrate their mixology skills with Hennessy VS.

The initiative’s goal is to encourage bartenders to stay creative while honing their craft. Six bartenders will compete in the third edition of the challenge in Kenya, showcasing their art in making delicious twists on Hennessy cocktails and luxurious stir downs with homemade ingredients and syrups.

Alexandre Helaine – Moet Hennessy, Market Manager, Eastern Africa, said of the initiative, “The Hennessy My Way challenge is the perfect example for bartenders to showcase their creativity, whether it’s an inspiration from their favorite flavors or an experiment in personal expression.”

“The competition will continue to inspire bartenders to stay on top of their game and do what they love best, creating expressive cocktails, whether it’s an inspiration from their favorite flavors or an experiment in personal expression.” Mr. Helaine added his voice.

Participating bartenders will be compensated financially, with the top five global winners receiving 2000€.

Hennessy invites you to join the movement and share your #HennessyMyWay creations.
There is no such thing as a wrong way; only your way.

Use the hashtag #HennessyKE.

Hennessy has proudly sustained an unparalleled heritage built on adventure, discovery, and nurturing the best that nature and man can provide from its seat in the French province of Cognac and throughout its 257-year existence.
The House’s longevity and success across five continents reflect the values it has preserved since its founding: the transmission of a distinct savoir-faire, a never-ending drive for innovation, and an unshakable commitment to Creation, Excellence, Legacy, and Sustainable Development.

Please Drink Responsibly.

For more information, contact the African Elite Group at info@africanelitegroup.com.

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