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Designer Patrick Joseph is pleased to present his prestigious limited edition Fall/Winter 2021 collection. This will be a digital presentation during London Fashion Week in partnership with Fashion Scout, will be shown on the 20th of February, 2021 at 13:45 UK. https://www.fashionscout.co.uk/talent/patrick-joseph. This seasons’ limited
With the country being in lockdown for the best part of 8 months, new data has revealed over 64% of burglaries took place whilst residents were in their home over the last year, prompting a recent spike in security equipment sales. Security retailers, safe.co.uk recorded
Veylinx, the first and only behavioral insights platform that uses skin-in-the-game to predict consumer purchase behavior, announces to have raised $2 million in a pre-Series A investment led by venture capital firm Dutch Founders Fund. Advancing Veylinx’s vision of understanding people’s real wants and needs,
Lantech, a stretch wrapper and case handling equipment manufacturer, was honored with the 2020 3M Supplier of the Year Award in recognition of the company’s contribution to improving 3M’s competitiveness. This year, 3M recognized 20 suppliers supporting the U.S. and Canada, among thousands in its
In a report by The Federation of Small Businesses, it has been found that a million SMEs and sole traders have been overlooked in terms of Covid emergency support and are now in urgent need of help, with one in five reported to have received
In the results of research today featured in The Times, it has been found that nearly half of all workers (49pc) would look for another job if they are not offered flexible working options post-pandemic. Another indication that this new way of working is here
The light at the end of the lockdown tunnel may now be in sight, but the rewarding new online habits we developed during the pandemic, in a bid to remain socially active and stay healthy, will remain with us forever, according to new research. While