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Viraleze registered for sale in Covid-ravaged India

The Eastern Herald 12 Jun 2021
... with Give India Launches I Breathe For India Campaign – A Fundraising Initiative to Fight COVID Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas Advises Zydus Cadila on Sale of its India-focused Animal Healthcare Business for INR 2921 Crores Iceland develops Nasal Spray to help fight COVID-19.

The Greggs share price is up 45% in 2021. Can GRG keep rising?

The Motley Fool 04 Jun 2021
When many of its high-street outlets closed due to Covid-19 lockdowns, sales took a dive ... Also, it has rolled out at-home delivery to 800 stores, expanded its frozen products on sale at Iceland supermarkets, and is trialling concessions in Tesco supermarkets.

Bartees Strange releases haunting music video for ‘Flagey God’

NME 02 Jun 2021
D.C. singer-songwriter Bartees Strange has shared the music video for ‘Flagey God’, lifted from his 2020 album, ‘Live Forever... The singer has also just announced he will be touring the album through the UK and Europe in November, which includes an appearance at Iceland Airwaves. Tickets go on sale this Friday (June 4) ... .

Icelandic company invests in new Tramper tray sealing line

Fresh Plaza 26 May 2021
Tramper Technology recently installed their first tray sealing line at a plant in Reykjavik, Iceland. The order came from their new customer Mata hf., a leading company in the sales and distribution of fruit and vegetables to stores, restaurants and cafeterias in Iceland ... explains why the Icelandic company chose for this tray sealing line.

Supermarket sales of mouthwash soar as socialising returns

Belfast Telegraph 25 May 2021
With households allowed to socialise again, shoppers appeared keen to make a good impression as sales of mouthwash, hairstyling products and shoe polish soared in recent weeks, according to new data ... Sales for 12 weeks to May 16 2021 ... But Co-op saw a heavy decline of 12.1% compared with a year ago and Iceland suffered a 5.3% drop in sales.

Shoppers stock up on mouthwash and shoe polish as lockdown eases

The Independent 25 May 2021
Sales in the 12 weeks ... Co-op and Iceland supermarkets endured the biggest sales slump, with Lidl and Aldi enjoying the largest rises.

UK shoppers return to supermarkets as online spending slows

The Observer 25 May 2021
The return to more usual habits hit sales at local convenience stores, which fell by just over a quarter compared with last year – when the UK was in the midst of lockdown restrictions to control the spread of the Covid-19 virus ... The change in behaviour was bad news for the Co-op, Iceland and independents, where sales slid.

Icelandic Startup PLAY Launches Ticket Sales With Free Seats

Simple Flying 18 May 2021
Iceland’s newest airline PLAY has officially launched its ticket sales today for seven destinations across Europe ... Tickets have gone on sale today for PLAY’s inaugural routes ... The hotly anticipated launch of Iceland’s newest startup airline PLAY has officially begun ... Return flights depart Iceland at 15.15, arriving at Stansted at 19.25.

Photographer Explains What it is Like to Live in a Remote Iceland Village

PetaPixel 13 May 2021
Photographer Isley Reust moved from Los Angeles to Iceland to follow her childhood dream and in the short 6-minute video above, explains what it’s like to live in an extremely remote village to help others decide if such a move is right for them ... Isley Reust is a photographer and filmmaker based in Isafjordur, Iceland.

Syn Q1 revenue falls but EBITDA rises, plans more infrastructure sales in 2021

Telecom Paper 13 May 2021
Vodafone Iceland's parent company Syn has announced a fall in revenue and a rise in EBITDA in the first ...

University drop-out reveals how she made $1million in one year selling a tiny hair smoothing ...

The Daily Mail 09 May 2021
The 29-year-old said she awoke one morning to realise one of her TikTok videos gained five million views and $30,000 in sales overnight. 'I never fathomed I could sell a products in Iceland or Saudi Arabia and countries we wouldn't generally target.' ... $30,000 in sales overnight.

Domino's Pizza sales pushed higher by lockdown as the takeaway chain ploughs ahead with plans ...

The Daily Mail 22 Apr 2021
Domino's Pizza Group saw sales jump by nearly a fifth in its first quarter as lockdown restrictions rolled on and people's desire for home delivered food continued ... Domino's said the planned sale off its arms in Sweden and Iceland looked set to be completed in May.

Bitcoin’s green Nordic haven running out of surplus electricity as industrial thirst for power grows

The National 18 Apr 2021
Iceland, Sweden and Norway have been popular mining locations because of an abundance of geothermal, hydro and wind power ... “There could be very little excess energy in 2021 and 2022,” said Hordur Arnarson, chief executive at Landsvirkjun, Iceland’s national utility ... Iceland was the pioneer in green mining.

Supermarket ‘bags for life’ must cost more to cut plastic use, urge campaigners

The Guardian 18 Apr 2021
... of sales of single-use plastic carrier bags ... Iceland tripled its sales, to 107.3m from 34m the previous year.

Tesco profits fall as Covid costs offset sales surge

The Observer 14 Apr 2021
The UK’s biggest retailer won customers from rivals and its total sales rose by just over 7% to more than £53bn in the year to the end of February, beating City analysts’ expectations. In the UK and Ireland sales climbed 8.8% ... In the final three months of the year online groceries made up 18% of sales as fear of the virus kept shoppers at home.

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