NSL top four in to the finals stage

first_imgThe top four teams that are to play in the National Champions League are PKA Rapatona, MRDC Hekari United, Welgris Morobe United and Lae City Dwellers.According to the draw for this weekend, the first game tomorrow will be played between PKA Rapatona FC and MRDC Hekari United FC which is a Southern Conference home game.PKA Rapatona is also gearing up to put a strong challenge between the all-time favourites Hekari United FC and we can expect things to heat on and off the field.In another home game at the Sir Ignatius Kilage Stadium in Lae it will be a brotherhood clash between the Welgris Morobe United and the reigning champions Lae City Dwellers.However, Dwellers will go into the match has favorites with all expectations on their captain Raymond Gunemba and Nigel Dabinyaba to score goals for them.While for the Welgris Morobe United their charges need to be a bit more patients in their attack and let the ball do the talking then they will reap the rewards.According to the championship draws:Game 1 (20/02/2016) – PKA Rapatona vs MRDC Hekari United – Bisini- Welgris Morobe United vs Lae City Dwellers – SIKGame 2 (24/02/2016) – MRDC Hekari United vs PKA Rapatona – Bisini- Lae City Dwellers vs Welgris Morobe United – SIKGame 3 (27/02/2016) – PKA Rapatona vs Lae City Dwellers – Bisini- MRDC Hekari United vs Welgris Morobe United – Bisinilast_img read more

Perfect Timing 4 Signs Youre Ready for a Product Launch

first_imgLaunching too early can sink a good product, as can launching too late. So how do you determine when timing is right?In the tech industry, the fates can be especially cruel to companies that miss their opportune launch windows. On one hand, you risk being showing up late to the party with software that’s been eclipsed — or, worse, rendered obsolete. On the other hand, you risk ending up like Friendster.Perfect timing can sometimes involve as much luck as it does planning, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pay close attention to factors you can control. Once you’re confident in your features, can argue why they trump those of a competitor, and you are close to shipping, it’s likely time to push the button, writes Erik Sherman in a post for Inc. For more tips on how to recognize your cue, read the full post here.Related Content from OpenView:An early launch can obviously be detrimental, but even early press can have serious downside should your product be in early stages. Read this post to learn why you should consider staying mum about your minimum viable product. And for a lesson startups can glean from Amazon’s Kindle Fire launch, check out this post from the OpenView Blog.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more