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Published 22.06.2020 14:22
In Ukraine, a project I can will support business ideas created by women during the quarantine period.
It allocates UAH 500,000 (an equivalent of $18,600) to support five projects with innovative solutions “to reform an existing business given the new realities of the coronavirus,” the project’s website says. All ideas and businesses need to be created and implemented by women.
Published 09.05.2020 13:33
In Mexico, Zapotec artisans make masks with traditional fabrics.
“Bellas Juchitecas” (“Beautiful Juchitecas” in Spanish) is the name of the group of artisans formed by 20 taylors from Juchitán, in the southern state of Oaxaca, who used to weave regional costumes for popular festivals. Since the festivals in the area were canceled due to the health crisis and these…
Published 27.04.2020 16:11
In Sri Lanka, the traditional Colombo Tea Auction moved online amid the pandemic.
This auction has brought together the island’s tea brokers for 126 years. Sri Lanka imposed a national curfew on March 20 that has lasted weeks. The digital auction has avoided large money losses. More than 16.5 million kg of tea were sold in Sri Lanka during the first three electronic…
Published 27.04.2020 07:01
In the US, Salesforce firm launched the Care Small Business Grants.
The cloud-based software company Salesforce is establishing its $10,000 recovery grants for small and midsize businesses affected by Covid-19. The company plans to distribute 300 grants totalling $3 million companies in the United States. Another $2 million in grants will go to companies overseas. Companies will be notified by June.
Published 26.04.2020 21:12
In Spain, WhatsApp is saving traditional groceries during the pandemic.
The lockdown has forced butchers and small grocery stores to reinvent themselves to serve orders from customers who previously purchased directly from the store. In Madrid, the orders at Mercado 47, a platform launched in 2016 by the city council to buy online directly from the greengrocer or fishmonger, have…
Published 26.04.2020 12:12
Some American CEOs gave up on their salaries to prevent layoffs.
The companies include those in the airline industry, such as Delta, Alaska Air and United; hotels, such as Marriott and Hyatt; and gyms. CEOs have announced that they are taking partial or full pay cuts to help protect their businesses from layoffs and closure, even till the end of the…

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