Branson’s Virgin Orbit to begin coronavirus ventilator mass production

The Virgin Orbit ventilator device.

Virgin Orbit

Richard Branson’s California-based rocket company Virgin Orbit partnered with medical researchers and developed a ventilator device that the company plans to mass produce and send to hospitals around the United States to fight the coronavirus.

“[It is] a very, very simple and robust design that we can get out to the people who are in the most need, and the hospitals that are in the most need, of devices like these very, very quickly,” Virgin Orbit’s ventilator project leader, Kevin Zagorski, said. Zagorski manages the company’s advanced manufacturing of propulsion systems, meaning

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Israeli startups raised over $350 mullion in Dec 2019

Israeli startups raised over $350 mullion in Dec 2019

Israeli tech companies raised a record $8.19 billion in 2019, easily surpassing the $6.4 billion in 2018, which was itself a record.

 

According to IVC, Israeli tech companies raised $6.14 billion in the first nine months of the year. This amount an estimated $2.05 billion in the fourth quarter ($800 million in October, $900 million in November and $350 million in December) for a record $8.19 billion in 2019, easily surpassing the record $6.4 billion raised by Israeli tech companies in 2018, which according to IVC was up from $5.24 billion

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How To Promote Your Service?

The concept of a ‘serviced office’ has been around for quite a while and was generally observed as a work area arrangement focused on advisors, entrepreneurs and SMEs drawn by lower costs, collective working zones and the adaptability of having the option to book on a month to month premise. The flexible service office industry has developed in the course of the last 15 years with the goal that it currently gives an advanced and complex assortment of choices for tenants.

One of the advantages of a serviced office is the all-inclusive lease, which eliminates worries about unanticipated costs, for

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Stock futures dip following rebound from coronavirus sell-off

Stock futures pared earlier gains to trade lower early Tuesday morning, following the market’s rebound from its deep rout triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.

Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were 96 points lower, pointing to an implied opening dip of around 121 points at Tuesday’s open. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq-100 futures also pointed to Tuesday opening losses for the two indexes.

The overnight action followed a strong session on Wall Street, with the Dow jumping nearly 700 points led by an 8% pop in Johnson & Johnson after it announced a vaccine candidate for the coronavirus. The

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Distance Learning Technology More Important Than Ever

Distance learning has become more important than ever as mandates to combat the coronavirus pandemic close schools across all age groups. In the U.S. alone there are around 51 million students in public schools, not to mention other learning institutions.

Thankfully there is a technology in place to keep the learning going. And this crisis is highlighting the importance and capability of distance learning as tens of millions of people learn online.

A new infographic presented by EDSmart and developed by Nowsourcing, titled, “The Future of Distance Learning” looks at the technology, trends, benefits and challenges.

For

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Toyota will keep its operations in Europe and Latin America suspended

The Toyota group announced on Monday that it will keep its operations in Europe and Latin America suspended as part of the measures taken due to the impact of COVID-19 and the reduction in demand.

Toyota has been limiting shifts and activities in all its factories distributed around the world since the coronavirus outbreak that arose in the Chinese city of Wuhan spread, and periodically reviews the dates when it expects to resume operations.

As reported by the automotive group, “until further notice” its factories in France, the United Kingdom, Poland, Turkey, Portugal and the Czech Republic will be inoperative,

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4 Marketing Tips For Small Businesses

According to experts at USA Today, there’s no better time than the present to become an entrepreneur. The emergence of new technologies has leveled the playing field, democratizing entrepreneurship and opening new platforms for business owners to maximize.

Now, starting your own home business can be as easy as opening a social media account. However, like all businesses, even small companies have to face the challenge of getting their products and services out there.

Marketing might be the biggest challenge that a small business can face, as competition can be steep. Going up against big names and more well

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