RICHMOND, Va., August 7, 2020-- TemperPack(r) Technologies, Inc., the lead manufacturer of sustainable thermal insulation for home deliveries of perishable foods and temperature-sensitive medicines, announces today that it has secured new investments totaling $31.3 million as part of a Series C financing led by Wheatsheaf Group, the UK-based food and agricultural investment arm of the Grosvenor Estate. This latest investment round also included follow on investments by existing shareholders Revolution Growth, Harbert Growth Partners, SJF Ventures, Arborview Capital, Tao Capital, Third Prime Capital, and Greenhouse Capital.
Founding Deep Purple drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Ian Paice talksabout the group's latest Bob Ezrin-produced album 'Whoosh!' and looks back on more than 50 years of Deep Purple.
Hospitality startup Loge, which promotes a love of the outdoors and adventure sports through its hip, motel-style locations, has raised $15 million in new funding. The company, pronounced "Lodge," which launched in 2017 and is backed by big names in outdoor recreation, said it received support from longtime investors including Round House, Brighton Jones Investment Partners, Colfam, and numerous individuals. Loge, which raised $4.5 million in 2018, said there were also also a small number of new strategic investors and funds.
It is seeking $400 million for a Vietnam vehicle and another $800 million for South Korea. The post LOGOS eyes raising $1.2b for logistics ventures in Vietnam, South Korea appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Financial Daily Dose 8.6.2020 | Top Story: Facebook Launches Instagram Reels To Compete With Tiktok | Robins Kaplan Llp
Never one to let a competitor's misfortune pass by without looking for an opportunity, Facebook's Instagram is hoping to capitalize on TikTok's questionable U.S. status by launching Reels, a new feature that allows users to create easily sharable 15-second videos while syncing up their recordings "with clips of music or audio files that they record......By: Robins Kaplan LLP.
The Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL) alongside the Art of Living Foundation and others, in a coalition of Civil Society Organisations, recently took audacious steps in providing succour to the vulnerable in society threatened by the Covid-19 pandemic. The initiative, as deaths and infections rise significantly, is aimed at strengthening preventive measures. A statement [...]
Requirements that customers wear masks in stores, restaurants and other establishments are often just requests. Workers must enforce compliance. : The alert went out to Johann Baqueiro: A customer was sipping her Starbucks coffee inside the Ralphs supermarket and she wasn't wearing a face mask. As a meat department manager, Baqueiro usually is focused on keeping customers happy with just the right cut for that night's dinner. But the other day, Baqueiro found himself once again leaving the meat counter to deal with another barefaced customer.
New policy envisages various tax exemptions for 10 years, berthing preference to local ships. : The government on Friday announced a new shipping policy aimed at boosting the maritime sector, cutting the country's annual freight bill worth $5 billion and reducing reliance on the international shipping lines for trade. Maritime Affairs Minister Ali Haider Zaidi told a joint press conference with Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce and Investment Razak Dawood that the new policy would expand the maritime sector and earn foreign exchange for the country.
CHICAGO, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Always Growing, Auburn Gresham has been awarded the first ever Chicago Prize, a $10 million grant competition of the Pritzker Traubert Foundation that sought to invest in collaborative initiatives using physical development to spur economic activity, strengthen civic infrastructure, and improve the safety, well-being, and economic mobility of residents in the city's South and/or West sides. Also, the Foundation announced an additional commitment of $2.5 million in development funds accessible to the other finalist teams from Austin, Englewood, Little Village North Lawndale and South Chicago.