Sewing Machine Market 2020-2024: Forecasting Strategy to Undergo A Paradigm Shift from Crisis to New Normal during COVID-19 Pandemic.
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The sewing machine market will witness an incremental growth of USD 11.96 billion during 2020-2024, according to the latest pandemic recovery-based research report by Technavio. Factors such as imposition of worldwide lockdowns have partially halted operations and affected supply chains and logistics. This has further impacted economies around the globe, resulting in an overall slowdown during 2020. However, businesses are gradually carving out unique pathways to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. With the exemption of lockdowns, growing incorporation of active social distancing and remote working, and surging entries of players in digital marketplaces, various industry and market
LONDON — Rolls-Royce is developing a standalone electric car to prepare for the closing of some city centers to combustion engine cars.
At least 20 major cities globally have said they plan to ban diesel or gasoline-powered vehicles from their centers by 2030.
Rolls-Royce will offer the first full electric Rolls-Royce “within this decade,” CEO Torsten Müller–Ötvös told Automotive News Europe in a phone interview.
Rolls-Royce is focusing on full-electric cars and will not sell a plug-in hybrid car, he said.
Roll-Royce customers appreciate electric power, which “fits perfectly” with the brand, Müller–Ötvös said. “It’s silent
Hyundai launched the new 2020 Creta in the AutoExpo this year and expects this new-gen Creta to at least replicate the success of the first-gen Creta, if not better. The sales figures put up by the new Creta are great and the majority of these come from lower variants. And as we all know, the lower variants do not come with alloy wheels, and thus, we have compiled a list of Top 5 2020 Hyundai Creta Alloy Wheels for you.
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Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2020 Results Including the Impact of Covid-19 and Resulting Actions
Closes the quarter with $25.3 million in cash and cash equivalents, an increase of $10.3 million or 69%, compared to the fiscal 2019 second quarter end
Reduces selling, general and administrative expenses by $14.2 million, or 40%, compared to the fiscal 2019 second quarter
Accelerates e-commerce sales with a 299% increase compared to the fiscal 2019 second quarter
Recently announced the completion of a new five-year credit facility including a revolving line of credit for up to $25 million
Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. (NYSE: BBW) today reported results for the second quarter and 26 weeks ended August 1, 2020. The Company