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Isn’t it?What do you think- all the salon businesses are panicking due to zero-to-low business?Or preparing themselves for the market crisis that unfolds after the corona season gets over?If you are having a similar type of thoughts in your mind, then beware, it’s a sign- you are not ready for the uncertain future.Just rewind your tapes to the last economic recession- what the salons did all through the time?They keep on marketing with available resources to stay in front of the customers.The consistent marketing strategy has helped the salons to gain major traction of customers when the salons reopened.Now, the cat is out of the bag.Just leverage the same.Corona crisis means people are staying at home to maintain social distancing and using digital devices to the fullest to kill their time.
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The global Taxifolin market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2030.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
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The global Terminal Tractor market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2030.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
"Commerce is made better with more voices," Black said. Shopify released 12 new products to help small merchants survive the pandemic and recession.
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Unemployment is still high, and we remain in a recession while COVID-19 cases are ticking back up in parts of the country.Meanwhile, the stock market, led by a booming tech sector, has roared back from the first crash to the point that some investors worry valuations are irrationally high.While it's natural to be anxious, it's best to stay committed to your long-term plans.But it may not be a bad idea to add some ballast to your portfolio to prepare for all events -- and MarketAxess Holdings (NASDAQ:MKTX) is a great stock to do just that.This fintech combines low volatility with consistent earnings, and it may be just what you're looking for.Market leader in bond tradingMarketAxess Holdings has performed well in all markets because of the leading position it occupies in its niche.MarketAxess operates a platform for electronic trading of fixed-income securities, like corporate and emerging market bonds, for large institutional investors.The company's Open Trading platform provides a single source for investors and traders to access liquidity from more than 100 broker-dealers and 1,000 institutional investors.
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The global Advance Wound Care Management Market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2030.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
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The global endoclip market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2026.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
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The global Pro-drug Implants market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2025.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
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The global Dielectric Gases market is anticipated to grow at a notable pave over the forecast period of 2020 to 2030.It is believed that this information will help the market players take properly informed decisions, helping them tap into projected growth effectively.In the report, trends and drivers are also spelled out for market players in order to give the reader a comprehensive insight into growth dynamics.However, there are also a couple of restraining factors.The pandemic is currently ravaging the world in a major way, unabated.The impact of this virus has been termed as a crisis – human and humanitarian.It is haltering international trade, pausing operations in factories, and pushing the world towards a massive recession.
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As an added resource to Remote Workmate clients, we’re compiling a list of the Philippines’ top stories each week.That way, they’ll have an idea what’s happening on this side of the world.Here are the headlines this fourth week of October 2020.Philippines allows foreign travel to resumeSource: APThe Philippines lifted a ban on non-essential foreign trips by Filipinos.The country’s immigration bureau, however, revealed that the move didn’t immediately spark large numbers of departures for tourism and leisure.The government has gradually eased travel restrictions to boost the economy, which went into recession in Q2 2020 following months of lockdown and quarantine to fight the coronavirus pandemic.PBA referee tests positive for COVID-19, games to push throughSource: InquirerA referee of the Philippine Basketball Association or PBA has tested positive for COVID-19.In a statement, the PBA said the referee, who is asymptomatic, was tested on Monday (Oct 19) along with 27 others, “whose tests all came out negative” the next evening.The referee is currently under quarantine at the New Clark City Athletes’ Village in Pampanga while his 1st and 2nd layer contacts are under strict isolation.Travel firms in the Philippines can reopenCredit: TTR WeeklyThe Philippine Department of Trade and Industry issued Memorandum Circular (MC) 20-53, which states that travel agencies, tour operators, and reservation services are allowed to operate in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ).The MC also expands the operational capacity of travel agencies, tour operators, reservation services, and other related activities in areas under modified GCQ to 100%.Tropical Storm Saudel lashes Philippines, heads for VietnamSource: Al JazeeraTropical Storm Saudel has lashed the Philippines, causing flooding and thousands of residents to evacuate.The storm is now heading for Vietnam, where more than 100 people have already died in weeks of bad weather.DOH short of P10 billion for COVID-19 vaccinesSource: RapplerThe Philippine Department of Health’s (DOH) allocation for COVID-19 vaccines in the 2021 national budget is over PHP 10 billion short to cover 20% of the country’s population.In an online press briefing, Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire revealed that the DOH’s estimate showed the government needs around P12.1 billion to inoculate priority populations which include health workers and indigent Filipinos.CategoriesClient, Misc, NewsPost navigationMore Tips on How to Avoid Stagnation in Your Remote Career
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Biden is pushing ahead with raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour even as the pandemic causes many small businesses to close their doors.
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In addition to our Sunday App of the Week feature, we also summarize some of our favorite B2B sales & marketing posts from around the Web each week. We’ll miss a ton of great stuff, so if you found something you think is worth sharing please add it to the comments below. Your B2B Influencer Strategy: How to Get it Right Having … Continued The post B2B Reads: COVID Recession, Influencer Strategy, and MarTech Tools appeared first on Heinz Marketing.
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There is no doubt that Marcus Rashford is a hero. A 22-year-old playing professional football for his country, after growing up in child poverty is an incredible story.And, despite the ad hominem attacks by Tory MPs in Parliament – accusing Rashford of being a celebrity merely “virtue-signalling” – he has kept his head held high, expertly highlighting the humanity deficit in British politics by rising above their attempts to politicise poor children.Indeed, I myself grew up in child poverty on a council estate in Birmingham, and relied on free school meals at various points during my childhood to get by, so I know, first-hand, how vital they are. Related... Marcus Rashford Is Tweeting Out Every Place Offering Kids Free Meals No.10 Keeps Refusing To Praise Businesses For Offering Free Meals To Children That’s why the necessity of Rashford’s campaign horrifies me. That a footballer has to lead a campaign to feed hungry children because his government refuses to, that struggling businesses are stepping in to give what little they have to help our nation’s kids, is not and must not be seen as a victory for humanity – it’s a tragedy. We are currently facing the biggest global recession in history. Businesses up and down the country are struggling to weather the storm, and millions find themselves completely left out by the government’s economic support.And it is now these businesses that are having to step in to provide food for starving children with what little they have left. We’re also seeing underfunded local councils and authorities stepping forward such as Manchester and Birmingham – Rashford and I’s cities respectively – to try and help.These are areas that have publicly, and, at times, explosively, stated that they need more financial support than the government is offering to prevent a spike in poverty during the pandemic. Because, like Covid-19, child poverty in the UK is a national crisis.Related... Five Baffling Reasons Tories Have Given For Voting Against Free School Meals At present, 4.2 million children live in relative poverty in the UK – with 2.4 million in absolute poverty. It is becoming such an issue that the UN described it as “systemic and tragic” in 2019 – and that was before the economic crisis we’re in now.The government was failing our nation’s children even before the pandemic hit. But now they have compounded their moral bankruptcy by choosing to continue to ignore them.These children cannot vote, do not have a platform, and cannot speak for themselves. Indeed, it is this that led Rashford to say: “For as long as they don’t have a voice, they will have mine.”So, when I see Rashford tweeting constantly over the course of the last 24 hours with various places across the country that are offering to feed children, I can’t help but feel despair that this is happening in the sixth wealthiest nation in the world.So, while I support Rashford’s campaign, and all those sacrificing what little they have to help children, I also despair at its necessity.How is it that a 22-year-old footballer has more humanity than the House of Commons? And my despair is deepened by the rhetoric coming out of the government during this bleak and desperate time. Conservatives presented arguments against feeding children in the run up to the vote on free school meals, saying they can’t “nationalise children”, “create dependencies”, “wreck” the economy, or “take responsibility from parents”.Not only are these statements disingenuous, barefaced lies, they completely overlook the fact that 72% of children living in poverty are in working households. And have they forgotten that the state has a responsibility to ensure there is food for children, as outlined under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. But things don’t have to be this way – despite what the government says.Scotland this year announced its intention to enshrine the convention in Scots law, which would make it illegal for the government to stand idly by in the face of child food poverty.Nicola Sturgeon has announced that children will continue to be fed over the holidays, as well as the policy of parents being provided with £10 food vouchers per child. Let’s be clear: Rashford’s campaign is an emergency measure to prevent a catastrophe of the government’s making.Unlike the Conservative government, the Scottish Parliament show how the rights of children should not be an ideological game or political football; these are children’s lives, and futures.Statistics show that children in food poverty have worse outcomes; from malnutrition, to the ability to concentrate in the classroom, food insecurity has serious long-term social, economic, and health consequences. And, as Rashford says, child food poverty “is never the child’s fault”. So, while I support Rashford’s campaign, and all those sacrificing what little they have to help children, I also despair at its necessity.We must make sure the government do not see the kindness of the British public as an opportunity to continue their shameless and wanton negligence of their responsibilities to the nation’s children.Because, let’s be clear: Rashford’s campaign is an emergency measure to prevent a catastrophe of the government’s making. The enduring, structural change we need can only come from the top – from a government that puts the lives of children before their ideologically toxic and morally bankrupt approach to child food poverty.  Nadine Batchelor Hunt is a freelance journalist.Got a unique opinion on a news story that will help cut through the noise? We want to hear from you. Find out what we’re looking for here and pitch us on [email protected] in Opinion... Opinion: Angela Rayner Was Right To Give Scummy Behaviour The Name It Deserves Opinion: The Tier System Is Doomed To Fail – But There Is A Way Out Opinion: Boris Johnson Knew Test And Trace Wasn't World Beating – And Ignored it Opinion: Andy Burnham Was Right To Demand Better. And He Speaks For The Rest Of The Country Too
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People will die if the Home Office goes ahead with planned immigration rules allowing non-UK nationals to be deported for sleeping rough, outreach workers have warned. The government is set to introduce new powers at the end of the Brexit transition period that would mean rough sleepers’ UK status could be cancelled or refused if they turn down offers of support or engage in “persistent anti-social behaviour”. According to the Home Office – which insisted the rule would be used “sparingly” – this behaviour could include “aggressive begging” and street drinking. The proposed regulation has sparked a huge wave of anger from homelessness campaigners and charities, who say it will “dehumanise and criminalise” people for not having a home. Jon Glackin, who runs outreach project Streets Kitchen, called it a “vile, evil proposal”. “This will strike fear among all rough sleepers – people will be afraid to access services,” he told HuffPost UK. “People will die because of this.” This could happen in the UK, or after they’re sent back to their home country, he said.  “We know people who have been sent back to Poland – cold countries – and have died on the streets.” The Outside Project has also raised concerns about what the new policy could mean for LGBTQ+ people sleeping rough, who face being sent back to countries which are becoming “increasingly hostile” to people from their community. “The Home Office is becoming increasingly hostile to migrants, but for some people a return to their country is extremely unsafe,” said outreach worker Harry Gay.“This is a disgraceful, harsh and deeply unethical policy announcement,” added Matt Turtle, from the Museum of Homelessness. “Not only that, but four years ago a similar move by the government was ruled unlawful by the High Court so it is very upsetting that they are trying to resurrect this flawed idea.”He continued: “The targeting of marginalised and destitute people who already face huge problems because of the hostile environment needs to end, and we will work tirelessly to make that happen.” Meanwhile, Glackin said that the government’s insistence that only people who refuse support will be affected was also misleading. “With all homelessness services, generally you are given one single offer.” Often, that offer is not suitable – or could put the person sleeping rough at risk, he said.  This could be a woman offered housing in Manchester because she has connections in the area, despite the fact she has fled to London to escape her abusive partner. Or it could be someone with a drug issue offered a bed in a shelter that’s “full of drugs”.“If you refuse that offer, that’s you taken out of the system,” Glackin said. The new rule – which is set to come into force on January 1 – is made even more cruel by coming at a time when the UK is facing “a tsunami of homelessness”, Glackin said. “It’s going to be a dire winter.“We’re seeing more and more people losing their jobs, more and more people not being able to pay their rent, more and more homeless people.” It’s a thought that has been echoed by shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds. “These plans would be appalling at any moment, but what makes it even worse is putting this forward as we face the deepest recession in generations and in the middle of a global pandemic,” the Labour frontbencher said in a statement. “It’s completely unacceptable and tells you all you need to know about this morally bankrupt Tory government.”Homelessness charity Crisis said the government must end rough sleeping in the UK by offering housing and support, “rather than threatening deportation”. The Home Office’s new policy will push people facing homelessness “further into the fringe of society, rather than encouraging them to seek support”, chief executive Jon Sparkes said. “We know through our services that people who have no recourse to public funds because of their immigration status have little or no access to support in the first place, and are forced into rough sleeping if they are unable to work,” he explained.“This is a situation that will only worsen as the economic impact of the pandemic begins to bite.” A spokesperson for the government said ministers were “committed to transforming the lives of some of the most vulnerable in society and to ending rough sleeping for good”.“This year alone the government is spending over £700 million in total to tackle homelessness,” they said.  “The new rules provide a discretionary basis to cancel or refuse a person’s leave where they are found to be rough sleeping and refuse offers of support or are engaged in persistent anti-social behaviour. “The new provision will be used sparingly and only where individuals refuse to engage with the range of support available.” Related... 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