BELFOR, provider of disaster recovery services, and SSG, Scandinavian damage restoration firm, have joined forces to strengthen their service offering in Denmark, Sweden and Norway. BELFOR, with over 12.500 employees in 500+ locations throughout the world, covers the whole value chain in disaster recovery - from damage assessment, first mitigation measures, restoration to reconstruction services for small, large and technically complex losses.
Wayflyer, the revenue-based financing and growth platform for eCommerce merchants, has launched a new funding product for large eCommerce businesses, giving them certainty over future cash flow, at affordable rates. Wayflyer Scaler is a revenue-based funding offering, specifically designed for eCommerce businesses with annual revenues of $20m or more.
An app designed for the agricultural industry launched in South Australia and is transforming the way farmers and growers manage their land, staff and operations. The app, Onside, was developed by New Zealand Agritech start-up Onside and has around 35,000 registered users across a variety of agricultural sectors, including wine, fruit and cattle in its home market.
GC Aesthetics®, Inc. (GCA), a privately-held medical tech firm providing Women Healthcare Aesthetic and Reconstructive Solutions, has announced today, its growth and expansion plans for the Brazilian market, the second largest Breast Augmentation market in the world. GC Aesthetics® has been executing an ambitious journey repositioning the brand and portfolio to offer a smart, unique, and clinically proven safe range of products to meet the needs of Brazilian women and surgeons. The Brazilian growth strategy includes 2 main pillars.
Next-generation blockchain gaming studio Mythical Games has announced a partnership with Kakao Games, South Korea’s publisher of online and mobile games. Moving forward, Mythical will integrate and support the BORANETWORK – an affiliate of Kakao Games and its proprietary blockchain and layer 2 ecosystem – as both continue their expansion in Asia.
Lenovo has opened the doors to its first in-house manufacturing facility in Europe. Based in Ullo, Hungary, the factory focuses on building server infrastructure, storage systems and high-end PC workstations used by clients across Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions.
A Queensland company is helping generate a new global fitness craze by working out that a workout can lead to bigger rewards than just better health. PUML is offering novel incentives and finding soaring demand for rewards for getting off the couch and getting moving.
EnChroma, Inc. announced its expansion to Australia. Colour blindness affects one in 12 men (8%) and one in 200 women (0.5%); 350 million people worldwide, and one million Aussies. While people with normal colour vision see over one million shades of colour, while those with colour vision deficiency (CVD) only see an estimated 10% of hues and shades. Common colour confusions include green and yellow, gray and pink, purple and blue, red and brown.
Andersen Global continues its expansion in the Nordic market through agreements with Denmark-based law firm Bachmann/Partners, and Finland-based law firm I&O Partners. Building on the capabilities of Hellström Law and Unum in Sweden, and Braekhus in Norway, these additions bolster the firm’s comprehensive tax and legal coverage to the region.
Evoqua Water Technologies, a water treatment solutions firm, celebrated the opening of its new manufacturing facility in Singapore, furthering the company's investment in Asia-Pacific (APAC) as demand continues to grow for innovative water treatment solutions in the region.