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Face 2 Face Africa – May 23, 2020
At 25, Chaymeriyia Moncrief Has Launched The First Black Woman-owned Smartphone Brand At 25, Chaymeriyia Moncrief Has Launched The First Black Woman-owned Smartphone Brand

Chaymeriyia Moncrief, a tech entrepreneur from Alabama and founder and CEO of the prepaid wireless carrier, Tesix Wireless™ Network, has launched the “first black woman-owned smartphone brand.”

Written by: Theodora Idoo
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Utrop er Norges – May 18, 2020
«Synlig, Usynlig?» – Manglende Mangfold I Barnelitteraturen «Synlig, Usynlig?» – Manglende Mangfold I Barnelitteraturen

– Fremstillinger av mangfold i norsk barne- og ungdomslitteratur har økt de siste 40 årene, men hvordan oppleves mangfold i barnelitteraturen i dag?, spør Michelle A. Tisdel.

Written by: Michelle A. Tisdel
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Irish Times – May 11, 2020
Journey’s End? Car Rental Companies Fight For Survival Journey’s End? Car Rental Companies Fight For Survival

Every May, as the mercury rises and thousands of tourists descend on Barcelona, car-sharing app SocialCar is typically bombarded with a flood of requests.

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The Times – May 3, 2020
Patricia Scanlon’s Soapbox Labs Tech Speaks Louder Than Words Patricia Scanlon’s Soapbox Labs Tech Speaks Louder Than Words

Patricia Scanlon clearly wouldn’t put herself in the cohort of tech entrepreneurs who lose sleep about raising investment from grasping venture capitalists. SoapBox Labs, the speech recognition technology company she founded in 2013, has just landed $6.5m (€6m) in series A funding, but she shrugs off the achievement.

Written by: Gavin Daly
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Mi Padrino Serves Up A Secret Sauce For Planning Traditional Hispanic Celebrations Mi Padrino Serves Up A Secret Sauce For Planning Traditional Hispanic Celebrations

Kim Gamez knew she had a winning concept for a startup within the first six months of launching Mi Padrino, an online event-planning platform for Hispanic traditional celebrations, such as quinceaneras (girls’ 15th year birthday parties), weddings, baptisms and more.

Written by: Claudia Capos
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Medium – May 1, 2020
The Trends & Changes That Retailers In The Fashion Industry Will Experience Following The Coronavirus Crisis The Trends & Changes That Retailers In The Fashion Industry Will Experience Following The Coronavirus Crisis

Within a few weeks, the retail world tumbled, stores were closed, production stopped, customers went online, but not necessarily to acquire fashion items. The main question is, what will the fashion world look like the day after the crisis? Will stores still be relevant? What will the collections production process look like in the future? And which technologies will retailers adopt to cope with the new trends created?

Written by: Inbar Carmel
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