Flavia and Gabriel Oliveira of Bom Jesus, Sao Lucas, and Labareda farms in Alta Mogiana, Brazil, have announced the cancellation of the 13th Intercity Games for the Environment (GIMA) event due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
GIMA aims to promote social and environmental responsibility and to create environmental awareness from early generations. Almost 1000 children attended its latest edition. Read more
Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital, has announced its intentions to turn the city into one open-seating outdoor café. This is an attempt by the local government to help its cafés and restaurants which have been allowed to reopen as part of the country‘s gradual exit from coronavirus lockdown. Read more
Prime Creative Media offers this advice on how to use case studies in a B2B marketing strategy.
In the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, print and digital marketing has never been more important in driving sales. Prime Creative Media continues its Engine Room series, offering this advice on how to best use case studies in a B2B marketing campaign.
Coffee roaster Industry Beans has announced the reopening of its kitchens and takeaway brunch service at its flagship cafés.
Industry Beans Fitzroy in Victoria, Sydney in New South Wales, and Newstead in Queensland will offer a curated takeaway brunch menu from today, including “some old favourites and some new built for home options too”. Read more
Three Blue Ducks, Paddock Bakery, A1 Canteen and other cafés and restaurants across Australia, together with Single O, are engaging home coffee drinkers to help support businesses during COVID-19. Read more
Grinders Coffee is saying “thank you” to thousands of essential healthcare workers by shouting them free coffees as they work around the clock to keep people safe from COVID-19.
Doctors and nurses at Queensland’s Toowoomba Hospital will be among the first to benefit, with Grinders Coffee last week teaming up with on-site café Well Bean Co to shout 1000 free coffees. Read more
La Marzocco in Scarperia, Florence has once again been named a “Great Place to Work” in Italy, achieving the 19th position on Great Place to Work’s 2020 list.
Great Place to Work is an international brand dedicated to the examination of workplace culture and management support in creating an environment where employees define their workplace as empowering and remarkable. On 23 April, the organisation hosted a virtual event ceremony on Facebook to announce Italy’s top 60 companies. Read more