Nevis Naturally Launches #TasteofNevis Video Series Competition

Nevis Naturally today launched its #TasteofNevis video series and competition that aims to bring Nevis into people’s homes during COVID-19 lockdown

CHARLESTOWN , NEVIS, April 30, 2020 / — Nevis Naturally today launched its #TasteofNevis video series and competition that aims to bring Nevis into people’s homes around the world during COVID-19 lockdown which prevents international travel.

As part of the #TasteofNevis video series, each week participants will be exposed to the very ‘best of Nevis’ culture and cuisine and will make their own re-creations at home. Participants will be guided in their re-creations by means of video tutorials from Nevis locals who have themselves become known throughout the island.

Weekly prizes will be awarded for the best re-creations as well as a grand prize to be awarded to the participant whose re-creations are judged by originality, presentation and flare.

The first re-creation is the signature Nevis cocktail, the ‘Spicy Island Turtle’, a white rum and mango-based drink with various spices added for good measure! This is available to view on all Nevis Naturally social media accounts: Instagram (@nevisnaturally), Facebook (@nevisnaturally), Youtube (nevisnaturally) and Twitter (@NevisNaturally) accounts.

Weekly video tutorials will be available on all social media platforms and ingredient lists will be available on the website.

Entries are to be submitted by posting a photo or video of the re-creation via Instagram (@nevisnaturally), Facebook (@nevisnaturally) or Twitter (@NevisNaturally), making sure to tag @nevisnaturally in the post and use the hashtag #TasteofNevis.

The launch of the #TasteofNevis series comes during the COVID-19 pandemic which has restricted International travel. In a statement last month, the Nevis Tourism Authority announced that St. Kitts and Nevis would not be accepting any commercial airline flights, ships and yachts into its seaports and airports until the spread of COVID-19 was under control.

Nevis looks forward to a time when they will be able to welcome visitors to Nevis in person, however, are pleased to be able to reach out to the world in these difficult times.

As such, Nevis Naturally recently launched its #SeeYouSoonNevis campaign across social media platforms, led by a video montage of the stunning scenery, fantastic food and friendly faces that make Nevis the hidden treasure of the Caribbean.



Nevis is part of the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis and is located in the Leeward Islands of the West Indies. Conical in shape with a volcanic peak at its center known as Nevis Peak the weather is typical of most of the year with temperatures in the low to mid 20-30s°C, cool breezes and low chances of precipitation. Air transportation is easily available from the UK with direct flights every Wed and Sat from Gatwick. For more information about Nevis, travel packages and accommodations, please visit the Nevis Tourism Authority Website or Facebook – Nevis Naturally.


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Central Florida Survey Finds Companies Hiring but Human Resource Managers are Challenged During COVID-19

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Human resource and talent professionals in the Orlando MSA all are working very hard getting their companies through this crisis.

HR professionals are doing amazing work dealing with a shattered workforce, and we appreciate them sharing this important information to help our work community get even stronger”

— Roger Lear, President

ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2020 / — surveyed fifty-eight Central Florida companies to find out who is hiring during COVID-19 and what challenges human resource professionals are experiencing. This survey also provides direct insight into how companies are managing remote workers and day to day policy changes.

"COVID-19 has turned the Central Florida workforce upside down for workers and employers," states Roger Lear, President of "In speaking with so many HR professionals, they are doing amazing work dealing with a shattered workforce, and we appreciate them sharing this important information to help our work community get even stronger."

This survey found that employers' primary concern is the safety of their staff as they work on the front lines (essential workers) or those working remotely. Both scenarios require new policies and procedures never thought of pre-COVID-19. Also, employers worry about workers returning to work post-COVID-19 for many reasons included in the survey.

This survey found 34% of companies are hiring during COVID-19. Most of these jobs are for essential workers in over ten industries. virtual hiring event is live and includes over 90 employers with open jobs during COVID-19.

"Central Florida employers are ready to get back to work and rehire so many residents that have been furloughed or laid off," Lear said. "Our hospitality industry will lead the way, and when Disney World and Universal Orlando reopens, so does Orlando and the world. This survey emphasizes all Central Florida companies, no matter what size, want to make their workplace safe so employees have no doubt they will not get sick".

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Brewers Marketing and Daruma Tech Keep Craft Breweries Connected to Customers Through COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond

Brewers Marketing Supports Brewers During Pandemic

Brewers Marketing and Daruma Tech Keep Craft Breweries Connected to Customers Through COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond

Our app is allowing us to stay connected to our customers and helps us continue our business with carry-outs and gift certificate sales. It allows us to notify them when we have a promotion or alert.”

— Tami Plourde, owner of Pearl Street Brewery

BOCA RATON, FL, US, April 30, 2020 / — Even as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced bars and restaurants to close their dining rooms and taprooms, independent craft breweries are continuing to engage customers, exploring safe and novel ways to serve their communities, and cultivating new fans, thanks to Brewers Marketing’s dedicated mobile app and marketing platform for the craft beverage industry.

Brewers Marketing, a specialty division of Daruma Tech, a developer of mobile apps, has been helping state and regional brewers’ guilds and their members—mostly small, independent breweries—build brand awareness and customer engagement. The mobile apps, branded for each guild, allow craft beer aficionados to learn about regional breweries, find breweries close to them, see menus of brews created at each brewery, and even map out tours of breweries in a region of interest.

Because craft breweries can no longer serve drinks on the premises, many are actively pursuing new revenue streams to keep their staff employed. Many are offering beer for takeout or delivery or partnering with local restaurants to provide takeout meals. Meanwhile, loyal fans of local breweries are still craving the comfort of their favorite brews and a continued sense of connection to the brewery’s community as they navigate a difficult and unpredictable time.

Brewers Marketing apps are helping craft breweries stay connected to their core customers during this crisis.

“Our app is allowing us to stay connected to customers and helps us continue our business with carry-outs and gift certificate sales,” said Tami Plourde, owner of Pearl Street Brewery in La Crosse, Wisconsin. “It allows us to notify them when we have a promotion or alert. And although we look forward to the time when we’ll be able to meet our customers face to face again, our Brewers Marketing app is now allowing us to continue business every day.”

“COVID-19 is posing challenges to the hospitality industry, and consumers are overwhelmed trying to figure out who’s open or closed,” explained Rick Griswold of Brewers Marketing. “It’s confusing for consumers because this situation is so exceptional that some food and beverage outlets are changing their hours and offerings day by day until they figure out what works for them. Our apps make it easy for craft beer fans to get up-to-the-minute information on how to get their favorite brews right on their phones. They can check which places are open or closed before heading out. And just like before, they can also use the app to get the latest information about what’s on tap—or rather, what’s new and available in growlers or cans for takeout or delivery.”

Independent breweries are also striving to be part of the solution to the challenges posed by the pandemic. Some breweries, for instance, have pivoted to producing hand sanitizer, while others are partnering with local charities to raise funds for those in need. In Rhode Island, independent breweries are also supporting each other—those with canning equipment are opening their canning lines to smaller breweries so they too can offer their beer for takeout sales, said Gary Richardson, executive director of the Rhode Island Brewers Guild (RIBG).

Also, the guild has offered to help restaurant and bar owners monetize unused kegs of beer already in stock before the mandated closures. “Restaurants stuck with beer in kegs that they can’t tap and serve at the bar received permission to fill and sell growlers from the kegged beer,” Richardson explained. “The RIBG has offered to train restaurants who may not have served beer in growlers before in the proper techniques, including cleaning the tap lines and making sure the growlers themselves are clean and sanitized.”

Brewers Marketing apps also support breweries’ philanthropic efforts by facilitating consumer awareness and buy-in. “With the app, brewery owners can get the word out directly to their most effective marketers—their regular customers,” Griswold said. “All breweries have to do is enter the latest information about their campaign into a secure web portal, and the information appears on the app. Fans of the brewery can feel good about supporting and promoting these charitable efforts, and this will translate into an even stronger relationship between the brewery and its customers as we move past this crisis.”

Brewers Marketing apps have proven so impactful to existing client guilds and their member breweries that other guilds are signing on, even during the COVID-19 crisis. “They’re signing on because of, not in spite of, COVID-19,” Griswold said. “Now more than ever, it’s critical to nurture relationships with existing customers. And they know the app will put them in a strong position to build brand awareness for member breweries among visitors to their region once things return to normal. People are going to want to travel and explore new places once this is over, and Brewers Marketing can help them make meaningful connections.”

The RIBG is among those with apps in the works. While the deployment of their Digital Passport mobile app, which will allow users to discover the guild’s member breweries and earn swag such as branded hats and growlers by checking in to breweries on the app, has been delayed due to the COVID-19 crisis, the guild is already planning for its launch. “The delay gives us a chance to make sure all is in readiness when we can open again,” Richardson said.

Daruma Tech is a developer of cloud-based marketing platforms and mobile apps specifically for the needs of the craft beverage industry. Leveraging cutting-edge technology, best practices in marketing, and an understanding of the fast-growing craft beverage industry, Daruma Tech creates attractive, high-impact custom apps for guilds, festivals, and craft summits for tourism boards, civic organizations, and economic development institutions.

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Virtual Fitness Platform My Virtual Mission Launches Race Host For Businesses

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Organizations Around the World Can Now Host Virtual Fitness Events to Extend Customer Reach and Create a Lasting Revenue Stream

COVID-19 has touched several lives and has forced us into new modes of operating business and day-to-day life.”

— Adam El-Agez, founder of My Virtual Mission

NEW ZEALAND, April 30, 2020 / — COVID-19’s economic impact is widespread as businesses and organizations continue to cancel events and close doors. There is a significant surge in demand to implement virtual technologies to connect with audiences, expand customer market reach and gain back lost revenue during this time.

Virtual fitness technology leader, My Virtual Mission, released their Race Host platform today. The Race Host platform is designed for businesses, entrepreneurs and charities allowing them to host virtual fitness events to engage with target audiences, expand global market reach and generate revenue.

Created with advanced virtual technology, the Race Host platform offers an enormous opportunity to scale audience reach and increase revenue. The virtual platform allows businesses and charities to connect to existing target audiences as well as tap into new global markets. Race hosts can create a series of virtual challenges, determine the entry fee and promote sales directly through their website or mission page. Marketing is simplified with the platform’s self-service features, including the capability to share on social media and tailor the finisher’s email. Challenge pathways are fully customizable and can be set to any location in the world for a duration of one day to 18 months.

The Race Host platform provides challengers with engaging visual representations of progress toward a goal as they advance across the path – similar to a game board. As challengers advance along the mission path each time they perform an exercise such as walking, running or cycling, they see progress on the map with Google Street View, their mission surroundings and real-time weather information. The user-friendly interface allows challengers to easily sync workouts with connected apps and trackers including: Apple Watch & Health, Fitbit, Google Fit, Strava and Under Armour. Additionally, challengers can share images from their workout and comment to encourage and connect with other participants.

“COVID-19 has touched several lives and has forced us into new modes of operating business and day-to-day life,” said Adam El-Agez, founder of My Virtual Mission. “Our Race Host platform is our answer to stay motivated with fitness and wellness, increase business revenue, and engage your audiences. We are all in this together and will come out stronger and healthier from it.”

Currently, My Virtual Mission works with organizations from Fortune 500 companies to startups, major brands and small local businesses in order to provide an unmet need. Customers have reported increases in fitness engagement and positive reviews.

“We’ve been using virtual missions to engage with our clients over a couple of different challenges and the results have been fantastic!” said James Walker, director of Sustain Nutrition. “Because it’s gamified, it takes the boredom out of the cardio and it really incentivizes people to do more.”

"My Virtual Mission is user-friendly, easy to sync with other applications and a great addition to any online challenge,” said Ayman Hakky founder and managing director of The TriFactory. “We used at The TriFactory to launch a customized online marathon challenge for our followers, which was a great success and in which the My Virtual Mission app was a great part of the experience. The My Virtual Mission team is professional, responsive, and understanding, and we look forward to working with them regularly moving forward."

My Virtual Mission is the brainchild of Adam El-Agez. With 15 years of entrepreneurial experience, El-Agez was inspired to create My Virtual Mission, to keep people motivated to exercise through goal setting. Today, the platform is widely used in over 95 countries around the world. My Virtual Mission is set to be the top virtual fitness challenge provider globally due to its rapidly growing size and advanced technology.

Additional platform and customer updates will be announced in Q3 2020.

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Honeymoon Tourism Market 2020 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2025

This report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, April 30, 2020 / — Report Overview

A comprehensive analysis based on key parameters has been presented by the report published on the Honeymoon Tourism market. Using the data from 2020 to 2025, the report presents the market status and size in a forecast study. This presents the overall market valuation along with the CAGR for the forecast period. The introductory chapter of the report presents an overview of the Honeymoon Tourism market along with the product definition and market scope. The consumer trends regarding the products along with the industry development trends have been analyzed to provide insights on the market. 

Honeymoon tourism is an important research area in tourism and travel literature because of its increasing economic importance for host destinations and their specific niche market characteristics.
In 2018, the global Honeymoon Tourism market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on the global Honeymoon Tourism status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Honeymoon Tourism development in United States, Europe and China.

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The key players covered in this study
Expedia Group
Priceline Group
AAA Travel
HRG North America
American Express Global Business Travel
BCD Travel
Corporate Travel Management
Travel and Transport
Travel Leaders Group
China CYTS Tours Holding
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
China Travel
JTB Americas Group
Mountain Travel Sobek
World Travel Inc.
World Travel Holdings
Omega World Travel
Ovation Travel Group

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Segmental Analysis

The market study contains the division of the overall market into different regional segments according to the key geographic regions. The whole of the Honeymoon Tourism market has been covered with regards to the key countries and regions. Using the results from the regional analysis, the report also presents a forecast for the local markets. All the major regions in the market have been covered with broad segments including North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. The other major segmentations on the market cover the product types and end-user applications.

Regional analysis:

The report provides a comprehensive regional analysis taking various aspects in to account. Here the key players have been identified understanding the strategies applied by them. In concurrence, the partnership level can be analysed, along with the associated factors or scopes to merge. Here the key markets like Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East & Africa has been taken in to account. The report makes prediction of the market up to 2025

NOTE : Our team is studying Covid-19 and its impact on various industry verticals and wherever required we will be considering Covid-19 footprints for a better analysis of markets and industries. Cordially get in touch for more details.

Table of Contents

1 Scope of the Report

1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered
1.4 Market Analysis by Type
1.4.1 Global Honeymoon Tourism Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2014-2025)
1.4.2 14 days
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Honeymoon Tourism Market Share by Application (2014-2025)
1.5.2 Below 20 Years
1.5.3 20-30 Years
1.5.4 30-40 Years
1.5.5 40-50 Years
1.5.6 Above 50 Years
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends
2.1 Honeymoon Tourism Market Size
2.2 Honeymoon Tourism Growth Trends by Regions
2.2.1 Honeymoon Tourism Market Size by Regions (2014-2025)
2.2.2 Honeymoon Tourism Market Share by Regions (2014-2019)
2.3 Industry Trends
2.3.1 Market Top Trends
2.3.2 Market Drivers
2.3.3 Market Opportunities


12 International Players Profiles
12.1 Expedia Group
12.1.1 Expedia Group Company Details
12.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.1.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.1.4 Expedia Group Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.1.5 Expedia Group Recent Development

12.2 Priceline Group
12.2.1 Priceline Group Company Details
12.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.2.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.2.4 Priceline Group Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.2.5 Priceline Group Recent Development

12.3 AAA Travel
12.3.1 AAA Travel Company Details
12.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.3.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.3.4 AAA Travel Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.3.5 AAA Travel Recent Development

12.4 HRG North America
12.4.1 HRG North America Company Details
12.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.4.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.4.4 HRG North America Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.4.5 HRG North America Recent Development

12.5 American Express Global Business Travel
12.5.1 American Express Global Business Travel Company Details
12.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.5.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.5.4 American Express Global Business Travel Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.5.5 American Express Global Business Travel Recent Development
12.6 BCD Travel

12.6.1 BCD Travel Company Details
12.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.6.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction
12.6.4 BCD Travel Revenue in Honeymoon Tourism Business (2014-2019)
12.6.5 BCD Travel Recent Development

12.7 Fareportal/Travelong
12.7.1 Fareportal/Travelong Company Details
12.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview
12.7.3 Honeymoon Tourism Introduction


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Red Frog Beach Island Resort: Conservation of Environment & Energy in Panama

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Red Frog Beach Island Resort is the only Green Globe certified property in Panama.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2020 / — Red Frog Beach Island Resort is located on Bastimentos Island, set amidst the enchanted Caribbean Archipelago of Bocas del Toro. Discover and access top rated accommodation, incredible beaches, unique tours, and soak in the serene natural Panama island landscape.

Red Frog Beach Island Resort is the only Green Globe certified property in Panama. The property has been recertified for the third consecutive year achieving a magnificent compliance score of 93%.

The resort is situated on a remote island with limited access to resources as would similar properties located on a mainland. In comparison to local Panamanian standards, Red Frog Beach has been proactive in their efforts to comply with or even go above and beyond many of the Green Globe indicators. Rather than being a disadvantage, the resort has made the most of its remote location.

Energy & Water Saving Measures

Red Frog Beach has shown itself to be a leader in conservation of the local environment and energy efficiency both locally and within the region. Onsite solar and diesel generators provide power for all of the island. A 193 kW solar energy system provides approximately 25 percent of the property’s power needs and energy efficiency measures have now been upgraded with the implementation of a Telkonet (energy management) system that remotely cools all of the villas and the installation of heat pump water heaters throughout the villas.

To conserve water, a rainwater catchment system is in place that collects about 300,000 gallons of rainwater per month. In addition, cards with eco-friendly messages are placed in guest rooms to promote energy and water conservation and reducing waste.

Conservation Efforts

Red Frog Beach has implemented various conservation projects aimed at the reforestation of previously used cattle grazing lands including investing in the planting of teak, eucalyptus and native fruit trees. The environmental focus of the resort means there are now more trees and vegetation on Bastimentos Island than a decade ago. The resort has also pledged to plant 10 trees for every single tree taken out during new construction and guests are encouraged to treat native wildlife and vegetation with respect.

Furthermore, Red Frog Beach coordinates various environmental initiatives with local communities on the island such as beach clean ups in nearby Polo Beach.

Community Initiatives

Red Frog Beach is dedicated to improving the lives of those living in the island community through its non-profit foundation and volunteer-led projects. The Foundation is responsible for improvements in public education and health and maintains the environmental integrity that sustains the unparalleled natural beauty of Bocas del Toro. In addition, the resort assists the Chamber of Tourism in the development of sustainable tourism in the region.

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COVID-19 Update

Notice from Red Frog Beach Island Resort Management (Date: March 19, 2020):

The safety and welfare of our guests and employees are of utmost importance and of high priority. There is no question, these are extraordinary times. With this in mind, we are working tirelessly to do what is best for everyone and have been closely monitoring the changing situation around the COVID – 19. According to the guidance and recommendations provided by the Panama Department of Health, we are taking proactive measures.

With this in mind and after careful consideration, Red Frog Beach Island Resort Ownership and Management have decided to cease Resort operations temporarily to do our socially responsible part for our Resort and Community. With this decision, we will close the Resort temporarily, as a preventive measure. This is the most responsible way the Resort can continue to care for our guests and employees in a safe manner.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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Green Globe is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe is based in California, USA and is represented in over 83 countries. Green Globe is an Affiliate Member of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). For information, please visit

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Coral Reef Preservation Paramount at Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives

Coral Reefs at Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives

Marine conservation efforts are a priority at this island resort.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 30, 2020 / — Grand Park Kodhipparu Maldives was Green Globe Certified for the first time in 2020.

Marine conservation efforts are a priority at this island resort. Peter Pringle, Resident Marine Biologist at Grand Park Kodhippar details some of the key environmental initiatives at the property.

Since opening in 2017, Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives has established several coral gardening projects, where coral pieces from the House Reef are attached to purposely built underwater structures.

Upon arrival at the marina area, guests are welcomed by an artificial reef installed below the reception deck. This tunnel-shaped metal frame had several small pieces of coral attached to it during the first year of hotel operations and is now attracting additional marine life such as juvenile fishes, some already around twenty centimetres in diameter, that have developed into large colonies.

Coral nurseries have also been installed in areas of the natural House Reef. The largest of these is a mid-water rope nursery, containing 100 pieces of attached coral, that was built up over 2019 and is set in deep water near the overwater villas. Rope nurseries effectively lift attached coral pieces to grow several feet off the sea bottom, away from fine sand and competitor organisms that might normally prevent their optimal growth and survival.

Many coral nurseries use fragments taken from colonies living on the reef, removed from the ‘donor’ colony and attached in a different area to grow into a new colony (similar to how cuttings are used to propagate plants). However, as Maldivian reefs are still recovering from mass coral die-offs experienced in recent marine heat waves, we prefer to leave the surviving colonies on the reef completely intact. Instead, fragments broken off by strong waves are used for the feeding activities of marine animals or other actions. Collecting these “corals of opportunity” enhances the long-term survival prospects of each coral. We remove corals that are covered by sand and likely to die and transfer them to the mid-water rope nursery.

The resort has also devised a new interactive educational reef activity. A different style of nursery, consisting of frames holding coral fragments attached to cement pieces, was recently established and allows guests to actively participate in coral gardening. Coral fragments are attached to cone-shaped cement pieces above water using a special waterproof glue. Participants are able to swim their ‘baby coral’ out from shore to place it in the nursery. According to Peter, participants can better understand how coral colonies live and grow from the physical action of planting a coral, something not always easy to explain by simply using diagrams and pictures.

Ultimately, after several years growth in the nursery environment the corals are ready for transplanting. While coral gardening is certainly not a replacement for conservation actions needed for the continued survival of coral reefs, such as reducing carbon emissions to lessen climate change effects and improving water quality, it is constructive in increasing awareness of reef conservation and coral biology.

About Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives
Located on North Malé Atoll and a mere 20 minutes by speedboat from Velana International Airport, Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives is a luxurious one-island-one resort destination in the Maldives featuring a collection of 120 idyllic beach-front pool villas, breathtaking overwater villas and spacious two-bedroom villas. Designed by world-renowned hospitality firm, Hirsch Bedner Associates, the resort is an oasis of luxury and tranquillity featuring open and breezy public spaces alongside modern interiors inspired by the Maldivian the island, local traditions and crafts. An unrivalled range of leisure facilities includes an overwater spa with seven treatment rooms, a fully-equipped PADI dive facility, a recreation beach club, Little Explorers kids' club, three outstanding destination-dining offerings and an infinity pool. Connect with Grand Park Kodhipparu, Maldives on social media – Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

About Park Hotel Group
Headquartered in Singapore, Park Hotel Group is one of Asia Pacific's leading hospitality companies. Established in 1961, Park Hotel Group's growing presence in the region today comprises of nearly 20 hotels and resorts operating or under development across 12 key destinations. With a focus on expanding across the Asia Pacific and meeting the changing needs of travellers today, Park Hotel Group has a brand portfolio featuring its luxury Grand Park, its upscale Park Hotel and its midscale Destination, as well as Park Rewards; it's dedicated loyalty programme that rewards guests, diners and corporate bookers. Connect with Park Hotel Group on social – Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

About Grand Park
Grand Park is the luxury brand of Park Hotel Group that is synonymous with premium accommodation, experiences and comfort that are designed for savvy and well-heeled travellers. Today, Grand Park has seven properties in city and resort destinations of Singapore, Maldives, Hokkaido (Otaru), Wuxi, Xi An and Kunming.

About Green Globe Certification
Green Globe is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe is based in California, USA and is represented in over 83 countries. Green Globe is an Affiliate Member of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). For information, please visit


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Execs In The Know Releases Customer Experience (CX) Trending Topics Webpage to Help Leaders Improve Brand Experiences

Global customer experience (CX) industry leader Execs In The Know

Global customer experience (CX) industry leader Execs In The Know

Execs In The Know's new Customer Experience (CX) Trending Topics webpage provides the insights CX leaders need to help improve individual brand experiences.

With the new CX Trending Topics webpage, we have created a platform to provide CX leaders with resources and insights to help them navigate their CX strategies in the most effective way possible.””

— Chad McDaniel

PHOENIX, AZ, USA, April 29, 2020 / — Global customer experience (CX) industry leader Execs In The Know (EITK) has announced the release of its CX Trending Topics webpage to advance the conversation on all facets of customer experience. As the newest resource on EITK’s website, the Trending Topics page features CX hot topic videos that share unique insights from CX leaders on some of the industry’s most pressing aspects, such as artificial intelligence, gig economy, outsourcing, and more. The Trending Topics page also includes links to EITK’s recent Virtual Briefing Series, its new COVID-19 CX Readiness Resource page, a link to join the Know It All (KIA) Online Community for CX brand leaders, and other resources all aimed at moving the conversation forward for improved individual brand experiences.

“Through live events, webinars, and the KIA Online Community, we are working with CX leaders to gain a comprehensive understanding of their biggest pain points and make connections with other leaders so together, we can evolve the industry,” said Chad McDaniel, President and Co-Founder of Execs In The Know. “With the new CX Trending Topics webpage, we have created a platform to provide CX leaders with resources and insights to help them navigate their CX strategies in the most effective way possible.”

Most recently, COVID-19 has forced companies to further examine internal processes and business contingency plans (BCP), and social distancing has made it clear why a diversified Bots, Outsourcing, and Gig strategy can help companies weather the storm during uncertain times. The Artificial Intelligence and Gig Economy videos atop the Trending Topics page highlight the unique perspectives of EITK’s community members on these strategies. These CX leaders have shared their thoughts on how these trending topics factor into their CX strategies, how these topics have changed over the past few years, what the future holds for the industry, and how fellow CX leaders can exercise best practices when it comes to the most pressing issues within the industry.

The new Trending Topics page also highlights other EITK offerings to help businesses navigate the impact of COVID-19, including a section dedicated to EITK’s growing COVID-19 Resource Center, which highlights the newly-completed Virtual Briefing Series that was inspired by an initial real-time effort of EITK’s Advisory Board and provides CX-specific solution concepts on a weekly basis regarding a specific hot button topics that CX leaders need addressed during this time of uncertainty. As CX leaders continue to lead together through COVID-19, EITK will continue to grow this webpage to provide the most relevant, up-to-date insights on the areas CX leaders care the most about.

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Execs In The Know (EITK) is a global community of customer experience (CX) professionals focused on excellence in customer experience. Execs In The Know gives brands a platform to share and gain insights, benchmark their brand, stay on top of the latest trends in CX, and create lasting relationships with their peers – “Leaders Learning From Leaders.” Execs In The Know holds numerous live events each year including Customer Response Summit, Subject Matter Briefings, Lunch & Learns, and Leadership Dinners. The company also offers industry content and thought leadership through webinars, reports, a quarterly CX insight Magazine, the Know It All “KIA” Online Community, and various social media groups. To learn more about Execs In The Know visit:

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Gabriel Gaby Btesh Reveals Latest Construction Industry Innovations

Innovation-led construction company boss Gabriel Gaby Btesh shines a spotlight on his home nation of Panama's thriving construction industry.

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA, April 29, 2020 / — A renowned construction company owner from Panama City, Panama, Gabriel Gaby Btesh continues to remain at the very forefront of the nation's thriving construction industry. Bolstered by continued innovation, today largely supported by the latest advances in technology more generally, Btesh offers a closer look at the topic.

"From digital measurement devices to construction drones, innovation has transformed the construction industry, particularly in recent years," suggests Gabriel Gaby Btesh, speaking from his office in Panama City, Panama.

Dating back as far as the mid-19th century, mechanization was an early turning point for construction industry innovation, according to Gabriel Gaby Btesh. "Very early earth-moving equipment, for example," says the expert, "marked a point of major progress for those in the field."

In the years since, Gabriel Gaby Btesh goes on to point out, everything from computer-aided design to off-site fabrication and modular construction have seen the construction industry become ever more efficient and advanced.

Based in Panama City, Panama, Btesh is a more than 30 year veteran of the nation's thriving construction industry. Today at the helm of the family construction business originally established by his father, Jack Btesh, Gabriel Gaby Btesh has long been an advocate for innovation. The construction company boss has also advocated for more socially conscious approaches to construction, where an emphasis is placed on well-being and increased standards of living.

Panama, officially the Republic of Panama, is renowned for a number of incredible construction and engineering feats. The most famous of these, without a doubt, is the Panama Canal, says Gabriel Gaby Btesh. "First completed more than a century ago, and connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Panama Canal remains one of the so-called seven wonders of the modern world," he reveals, "according to the American Society of Civil Engineers."

Initially finished in 1914, ongoing improvement and widening work on the canal continues today, with the engineering marvel now a world-famous conduit for maritime trade. "It is," says Gabriel Gaby Btesh, "arguably the single most important thing for which the Republic of Panama is known globally, at least in terms of engineering, and is testament to our nation's incredible construction industry."

So, where next for innovation in construction, both in Panama and across the rest of Central and South America, North America, and worldwide? "Robotics, I believe, will begin to play an ever-larger part in construction across the board in the coming years," Gabriel Gaby Btesh suggests.

"Elsewhere, I also expect to see significant investment into artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies," he adds, wrapping up, "which, particularly combined with robotics, drones, and similar, could mark the biggest area of industry innovation since the advent of mechanization in the mid-1800s."

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Accents Inserts, Shoe Insoles for Women with Sweaty Feet Affirms Patent

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Accents Inserts Shoe Insoles

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Accents Inserts Shoe Liners for Sweaty Feet

Patent shows they are unique due to their absorbent, odor control and replacement capabilities

EMERYVILLE, CA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2020 / — Accents Inserts affirms today they received a patent for their shoe inserts. This milestone is a major achievement for Accents Inserts on its mission to bring a thoughtful and well-designed shoe insole that answers many issues faced by all women. Accents are thin, they collect both sweat and odor and remove them from shoes. Sweaty feet and shoe odor buildup affect all women. Accents Inserts wants to give confidence to women so they don’t have to focus on their feet allowing them to take on their day.

“I am proud of inventing a useful product and thankful that I have achieved this challenging milestone. I didn’t have any product building experience but have persevered because I love that I created a product that helps others”, says Rachele Cazarez, Founder and Inventor at Accents Inserts. “I have always believed in this product. Receiving this patent and protecting my invention is fulfilling to me because of all the hard work that I have put into it.”

This news comes in the wake of recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company, including:

Research and Development: Understanding the issues faced, finding the best solutions and then bringing all the parts together to make a much needed product.
Surveying Target Market: Making iterations based on market feedback and perfecting the prototype.
From Conception to Launch: Bringing the idea to a final product. Multiple design reworks resulted in a quality product that works exactly how it was intended and ready to go to market.

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Accents inserts is a Hispanic woman owned and operated company that is focused on creating great quality shoe liners. Their patented technology offers a unique solution that stands out from others on the market. The company believes that everyone deserves to strut through life in comfort.

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