January 6, 2022
  • January 6, 2022

Infobird signs share transfer agreement with Shanghai Qishuo to further expand its standardized SaaS in consumer and retail products

by on December 27, 2021 0

BEIJING, Dec. 27 2021 / PRNewswire / – Infobird Co., Ltd (Nasdaq: IFBD) (“Infobird” or the “Company”), a software as a service provider of innovative customer engagement solutions based on AI or intelligence artificial in China, today announced that it has entered into a capital transfer agreement to acquire a 51% stake in Shanghai...

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An advertising pioneer, diplomat Foote was “the best in any business” | News

by on December 27, 2021 0

Local affairs visionary R. Danny Williams described his lifelong friend Arnold ‘Junior’ Foote, advertising pioneer, athlete and diplomat, as an exceptional Jamaican who “just wanted to be the best in whatever endeavor he took. undertook and worked to this end. “ Williams delivered the remembrance at the Christian Burial for Life Mass for Foote,...

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Football title match, big events could lead to a resumption of tourism for Indy in 2022

by on December 24, 2021 0

The PRI lounge returned to Indianapolis this month after being canceled last year. (Photos IBJ / Mickey Shuey) Indianapolis tourism officials say the city’s convention and event operations are expected to be almost fully restored by the end of 2022, at least based on attendance and economic impact projections. In fact, the economic impact...

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Last minute shopping in Scranton

by on December 24, 2021 0

SCRANTON, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE / WYOU) – Small businesses in our area have been criticized by last minute Christmas shoppers. Shoppers purchased gift bags at the Pink Pedal store on Thursday in downtown Scranton. The commotion of shoppers inside the Wyoming Avenue store is a joyous sight for co-owner Kara Schermerhorn. “It’s just very,...

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Germany wants to lift advertising ban on abortion

by on December 23, 2021 0

BERLIN – Germany’s Justice Minister has announced that he will introduce legislation next month to remove from the country’s penal code the ban on doctors “advertising” abortion, one of several more liberal social policies than the new government is considering. The three parties that make up Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s government have long opposed the...

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Stéphane Daeuble: Bridging the Digital Divide with Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service: Broadband Breakfast

by on December 22, 2021 0

As the pandemic begins to recede, it leaves warnings behind about weak links in our overall health as a functioning society. The signs are everywhere: healthcare, water, infrastructure, education, supply chains and equitable access to technology and opportunities. Under the leadership of the San Joaquin Regional Broadband Consortium and with support from the California...

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