The Potential Of Creative, Unconventional And Alternative Space Design In Africa: An Interview With The CEO Of SpaceFinish

The Potential Of Creative, Unconventional And Alternative Space Design In Africa: An Interview With The CEO Of SpaceFinish

It is widely believed that appearance influences our perception, and to a significant extent can shape our thinking-all of which comes to play when a design is being implemented. According to Renowned architect, Charles Eames, “Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.” Tapping into this key sector and taking design further from the norm is Nigerian architect, Remi Dada, through the creation of SpaceFinish, an unconventional architectural company, based in Lagos, the financial capital of Africa’s largest economy….

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Soccer-Klopp Urges Liverpool Fans To Celebrate Safely

Soccer-Klopp Urges Liverpool Fans To Celebrate Safely

 Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has urged supporters of the Premier League champions not to spoil the work done in containing the coronavirus outbreak by gathering in large numbers to celebrate their title victory. Liverpool’s 30-year wait for their 19th English top-flight crown ended on Thursday when Manchester City lost at Chelsea and thousands of fans turned up at Anfield to celebrate. Liverpool, Merseyside police and the City Council issued a joint statement condemning the “wholly unacceptable” behaviour after crowds gathered…

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Advantest To Launch Online Exhibits, Technical Presentations And Interactive Networking At Virtual Industry Events In 2020

Advantest To Launch Online Exhibits, Technical Presentations And Interactive Networking At Virtual Industry Events In 2020

 Leading semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest Corporation (TSE: 6857) is preparing a complete portfolio of online activities – including remote technical presentations, online exhibits of new products and technologies, virtual press conferences and online networking events – to showcase the company’s presence at several virtual industry conferences this year.  The company’s objective is to continue sharing information about its most recent advancements in semiconductor testing with users around the world while also facilitating real-time interactions between Advantest’s technical experts and…

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Online Grocery Shopping Has Post-Lockdown Staying Power

Online Grocery Shopping Has Post-Lockdown Staying Power

(Bloomberg Opinion) — Covid-19-related lockdowns have ushered in plenty of consumer behaviors that I don’t expect to last, including cutting one’s own hair and baking enough homemade bread to spark a run on yeast.  But there’s at least one spending shift brought on by the pandemic that is bound to be quite sticky: buying groceries online. Many shoppers tried this format for the first time in the past several months, and there’s good reason to believe they won’t give it…

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Manage Productivity With Employees Working From Home

Manage Productivity With Employees Working From Home

As economies open up after the initial COVID-19 crisis that forced people to work from home, we see companies exploring the prospect of integrating the work-from-home model as a part of their operations at least for an extended future and probably permanently. But there is a fundamental question that they must resolve about this model: How can we ensure employees will operate at a high productivity level going forward? It was a difficult, bumpy task moving people to work from…

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Oliver Bonas Launches Unmissable Sale With Up To 60% Off: Shop Our Top Picks

Oliver Bonas Launches Unmissable Sale With Up To 60% Off: Shop Our Top Picks

Oliver Bonas launch 60% off sale on homeware, gift, clothes, jewellery and accessories. (Getty Images) Yahoo Lifestyle is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.   Oliver Bonas has launched an unmissable sale with up to 60% off selected items. The British retailer has slashed prices on selected homeware items, clothes, accessories and jewellery, as well…

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Don’t Touch Your Face: Corona And The Killer App

Don’t Touch Your Face: Corona And The Killer App

It’s hard to imagine what it would have been like to live through the pandemic without the Internet. Aside from just staving off boredom, it has made telemedecine, remote work and online education possible. Around the world, contact tracing apps are being rolled out to help identify people who may have been exposed to the virus.  Don’t Touch Your Face hosts Amy Mackinnon and James Palmer look at the way technology has been harnessed to fight the coronavirus in some…

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Glen Ellyn Panel To McChesney Developer: Add More Retail To $30M Apartment Building

Glen Ellyn Panel To McChesney Developer: Add More Retail To $30M Apartment Building

With its sloping topography and limited footprint, a vacant site in downtown Glen Ellyn has vexed developers for years. But one real estate firm says it’s up to the challenge of redeveloping the former McChesney & Miller grocery store property. South Bend, Indiana-based Holladay Properties wants to build and manage a roughly $30 million apartment building targeting millennials and empty nesters. The project is gaining momentum after receiving a largely warm reception from village plan commissioners during an informal presentation…

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Tesco Home Sale: Supermarket Launches Half Price Sale With Homeware From As Little As 50p

Tesco Home Sale: Supermarket Launches Half Price Sale With Homeware From As Little As 50p

Bank Holiday weekends are usually the time for DIY projects, spring cleaning and barbecues, and as lockdown continues it’s likely home improvements will be at an all-time high. As Brits are told to stay in their houses to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Tesco has come to the rescue with a huge half price sale across its homeware range. The low prices start from just 50p, with sale items including everything from mugs and bowls to cushions and bedding.  The…

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House Coronavirus Committee Will Investigate Loans That Went To Publicly Traded Companies, Says Rep. Clyburn

House Coronavirus Committee Will Investigate Loans That Went To Publicly Traded Companies, Says Rep. Clyburn

The House select subcommittee to conduct oversight of the government’s coronavirus response will prioritize looking into how Paycheck Protection Program loans got into the hands of publicly traded companies, according to chairman Rep. Jim Clyburn, D-S.C. The committee was formed by a resolution last week, and will oversee the use of taxpayer funds in relief efforts. Though it is intended to be bipartisan and include Republican members, its passage got no support from the GOP. The rest of the committee’s 12 members…

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