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Five new consumer segments will emerge beyond the COVID-19 pandemic according to the third edition of the EY Future Consumer Index, a monthly survey tracking the sentiment and behavior of 14,074 people across 18 countries.1 Each segment reflects the different ways in which consumers expect to be living their lives beyond COVID-19, how they will make choices, and what really matters to them.
New York, July 07, 2020 -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Global Coupling Agents Industry" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05899305/?utm_source=GNW 3.
Global Care Capital Inc. (CSE: HLTH, FRANKFURT: L6V1) (the “Company” or “Global Care”) a global investment company which engages in early stage investment opportunities in private and public companies, is pleased to announce that its portfolio company, ViraxClear, through its joint venture, Shanghai Biotechnology Devices Ltd. (“SBD”) has received approval on July 3rd, 2020 from El Instituto de Salud Pública de Chile (“ISP”) for the distribution of COVID-19 Rapid Antibody Test Kits (“Test Kits”) supplied by its previously disclosed manufacturing partners, Innovita Biological Technology Co., Ltd and Vazyme Biotech Co., Ltd (“Innovita”, “Vazyme”), for the Chilean market. ViraxClear has signed a non-binding LOI with Biosonda Biotecnologia (“Biosonda”) for the distribution of up to 3 million Test Kits for the Chilean market, a contract valued at up to $17.25 million in gross revenue.
Zaandam, the Netherlands, July 7, 2020 – Ahold Delhaize has repurchased 250,000 of Ahold Delhaize common shares in the period from June 29, 2020 up to and including July 3,.
Euromonitor International’s new Product Claims and Positioning system tracks over 150 labels across 40 countries and 11 industries.
The University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, and Southampton Clinical Trials Unit announced this week that they have launched their innovative COVID-19 drug testing platform, AGILE. The AGILE initiative is a collaboration between the University of Liverpool, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Southampton Clinical Trials Unit, University of Southampton, and Lancaster University, as well as other partners. AGILE has been developed by Infectious Diseases clinicians, clinical and pre-clinical pharmacologists, clinical trials specialists and statisticians. The result is a clinical trials platform that can test new drugs for COVID-19 and identify faster than ever before those compounds which could be game changers in the battle against COVID-19.
The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), the leading international advocacy organisation dedicated to realising the promise of regenerative medicines and advanced therapies, today published its response to the EU Pharmaceutical Strategy Roadmap which is designed to improve and accelerate patients’ access to safe and affordable medicines and to support innovation in the EU pharmaceutical industry. The full response can be found on the European Commission website.
The Contract Furniture and Furnishing Market in Europe will grow by USD 5.86 bn during 2019-2023
Anoto Group AB (“Anoto” or the “Company”) today announces that its education subsidiary Knowledge AI has signed a three year licensing agreement worth 72,000 USD for its education solution KAIT with Stuki Co., Ltd (“Stuki”), a South Korean education content company, which is expanding into the private education market. Stuki is also going to collaborate with Knowledge AI to create a test preparation solution for South Korea’s college entrance exam.
DocPath ZippyDocs, a document software solution for logistics operators, that was launched in 2018, and recently further improved, helps logistic companies to optimize the document delivery and yields significant savings.
Fimatix has today announced the appointment of Tim Howarth as Managing Director for Financial Services, where he will lead the company's work supporting the financial services sector. He will drive the growth of the business through further acquisitions and by offering new services for clients. Having previously been a Partner at KPMG and having held senior roles across the City, including at the Financial Services Authority, for over 20 years, Tim brings a deep level of financial services experience. He will play a key role in driving new technological innovation, and solutions that are relevant to client demands, for the good of businesses, the economy and people around the world. The initial focus of his work is on innovation, creating new solutions that will help the financial sector, government and our community to tackle the challenges posed by COVID-19.
On 05.06.2020, the Management Board of AS Tallinna Sadam (hereinafter: Tallinna Sadam) proposed to the shareholders to adopt the resolutions of the general meeting of shareholders stated below without convening the meeting. The notice of the annual general meeting was published on 05.06.2020 in the stock exchange information system, on Tallinna Sadam website https://www.ts.ee/en/investor/agm/ and in the daily newspaper “Postimees”. The list of shareholders entitled to vote was fixed on 19.06.2020 at the end of the business day of the Nasdaq CSD settlement system and the electronic voting period was 22-29.06.2020.
SOITEC ANNOUNCES POI SUBSTRATES BUSINESS AGREEMENT WITH QUALCOMM TECHNOLOGIES FOR 5G RF FILTERS Bernin (Grenoble), France, July 7th, 2020 - Soitec (Euronext Paris), an industry.
The Board of Directors of Orange Belgium has decided to appoint Xavier Pichon to the position of CEO of Orange Belgium as from September 1st, 2020. Xavier Pichon has 20 years’ experience as an ExCom member in large corporations.
The chancellor will announce £2bn of grants to fund energy-saving projects for homeowners in England.
The prospect of President Vladimir Putin staying in the Kremlin until 2036 does not seem to be deterring buyers of Russia's high-yielding sovereign bonds as investors focus on economic fundamentals and political stability rather the risk of policy stagnation. Investors in Russia are no strangers to shocks, having seen the country's markets roiled in recent years by sanctions and oil price collapses. Now, constitutional changes that could extend the rule of Putin, who has been in power since 2000, as well as Moscow's plans to funds its post-pandemic recovery program have shone a fresh spotlight on the $135 billion OFZ market.
After a record 112 days on specialised life-suppport, a COVID-19 patient in South Korea is recovering from a dramatic surgery, a double lung transplant. "All of our lung transplant patients all showed a strong will to live, but our patient had an even stronger will to live, as she is a mother of two." The 50-year old woman was diagnosed with the disease then hospitalised in late February. The virus ravaged her lungs. She spent 16 weeks on a kind of life support called extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. It involves circulating a patient's blood through a machine that adds oxygen to red blood cells. A milestone in itself -- as doctors say it's the longest time any COVID-19 patient in the world has been on that kind of support. Next they tried an arsenal of drugs; anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine, a HIV treatment, and steroids failed to stop her pulmonary fibrosis - the scarring of her lungs making it stiff and hard to breathe. Finally, they made an unprecedented decision: replace both of her lungs. Dr Kim Hyoung-Soo, was in charge of the transplant: "Fortunately, our patient was well prepared before the surgery when we found the donor." The doctors described her destoyed lungs as hard like a rock. The surgery was only the ninth since the pandemic began after six similar surgeries in China, and one each in the United States and Australia. Nurses for the South Korean patient say her strong will to live helped her survive. "I asked her what she wants to do first after being released, and she said that she wants to have time with her family, since she's been away for a long time, and then take a bath."
The move by the short-form video app comes after China imposed its new security law on the city.