China Carbon Developed Latest Carbon-Based Battery Component Product for Mass Production to Expand Alongside EV & Energy Storage Industries

SHANGHAI, CHINA / ACCESSWIRE / November 25, 2020 / China Carbon Graphite Group, Inc. (OTC PINK:CHGI). (“China Carbon” or the “Company”) today announces its subsidiary research and development team, Royal Elite New Energy Science and Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (“Roycarbon”), together with its manufacturing partner have fully developed their newest carbon-based product. The component product is certified for mass production and qualified as a battery component for grid-scale energy storage systems. China Carbon’s latest product is forecasted to be incorporated in energy solution assemblies of its partners, of which including a most anticipated player in the upcoming energy storage industry that offers further applications in industrial, commercial, as well as residential markets.

The company is also expected to scale up its graphite powder production for prospective increasing demands of EV lithium-ion battery. With the addition of on-going energy storage projects, China Carbon extends its expertise on carbon and

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It’s tough to make your tech product stand out at virtual trade shows. Try this

Before the pandemic, trade shows were the second-largest and fastest-growing source of B2B revenue in the U.S., according to PwC’s Global Entertainment and Media Outlook report.

While trades hows have not gone away in 2020, they look a little different. Virtual events have emerged as a substitute for some of the most popular trade shows, like the massive Consumer Electronics Show typically held in Las Vegas. According to a study done by Bizzibo in 2019, CMOs set aside 21% of their annual marketing budget for live events. To put that budget to good use in 2020, marketing teams need to develop a sound digital marketing strategy to knock it out of the park at these new virtual trade shows.

In the past, you could be the booth with the best branded swag or promo items, or maybe you were the one with the fanciest aesthetics, or maybe you had a

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Kuo: Apple’s major product lines enjoy healthy demand in Q4, but AirPods shipments muted

TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a note to investors on Tuesday reported stronger than expected demand for the tech giant’s major device lines, including high-end iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max models.

According to a recent survey, demand for Apple’s top-tier iPhone 12 models, the new iPad Air, Apple Watch Series 6 and SE, and M1 MacBook models is better than expected moving into the lucrative holiday season, Kuo said. The analyst references a number of previous predictions regarding future products, including new M1 MacBook Pro variants and “AirPods 3.”

The analyst is tracking positive momentum for Apple’s important iPhone business despite lower than expected demand for iPhone 12 and 12 mini, with increased interest in the high-end iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max picking up the slack. Those trends should carry forward into the first half of 2021 and toward an anticipated refresh cycle

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North America Geosteering Technology Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis By Product and Application

New York, Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “North America Geosteering Technology Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis By Product and Application” –

Growing production of shale and resulting hike in horizontal and unconventional drilling is expected to escalate the North America geosteering technology market.Via a horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing process in which water, sand, and chemical additives are pumped under high pressure to preserve and create cracks in underground rocks, both shale oil and shale gas are hydrocarbon resources extracted from shale formations that lie below the earth’s surface.

They are called as unconventional hydrocarbon resources.The geosteering technology helps in optimizing the position of a horizontal wellbore within the reservoir at different spots.

Exploration and production (E&P) technologies related to communication of vital data in real-time through the Internet, advanced and accurate directional drilling, as well

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TOP 6 Beauty Trends of 2020 — Revel in the most celebrated trends and product innovations unveiled in CosmoTrends

HONG KONG, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — In this time of great upheaval, it is critical to keep thinking forward. Cosmoprof Asia is pleased to present the latest CosmoTrends report curated by renowned global beauty trend forecasting agency BEAUTYSTREAMS. Products that made it to this online report are selected from exhibitors of Cosmoprof Asia Digital Week 2020 due to their unique innovations and features that are able to meet people’s skincare and beauty needs.

During the pandemic when travel is limited, the CosmoTrends report provides a vital perspective on the beauty market and is truly a must-have for all in the industry. For the full CosmoTrends report featuring 21 shortlisted products, please visit:



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HelloOffice Announces Company Name Change to Raise, Launches New Product and Service Line


Raise, the technology-powered commercial real estate brokerage helping companies re-imagine the workplace, announced today the official launch of its re-designed technology platform, new website, and new workplace services offering for all clients. The company will fully transition to Raise Commercial Real Estate from its former moniker of HelloOffice.

“The pandemic accelerated the future of the workplace in a matter of months, what was previously a decade in the making,” said Justin Bedecarre, CEO of Raise. “After surveying hundreds of clients and interviewing workplace leaders across many industries, it was clear to us that the reimagination of work is upon us. The need for intuitive technology and scalable workplace services has never been greater.”

Capitalizing on its $20 million Series A funding raised in the height of the pandemic, Raise is uniquely positioned to help companies both reimagine how they work and build the office of

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Home Automation in India, 2020 – New Product Developments and Technology Convergence Present Growth Opportunities

Dublin, Nov. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Emerging Technology Opportunities Impacting Home Automation in India” report has been added to’s offering.

This research service, Emerging Technology Opportunities Impacting Home Automation in India highlights the key enabling technologies leveraged for creating a connected home ecosystem. It also offers insights on individual technologies, key innovations in India, industry initiatives leading to developments in technologies enabling home automation. The scope of the research service is limited to technologies enabling home automation such as voice activation, smart sensors, robotics, wearables, smart lighting, smart sensors, and smart home hubs.

Key questions addressed in the research service include the following:

  • What are the various technologies converging toward the development of home automation solutions in India?
  • What are the factors influencing the adoption of smart devices in India?
  • What is the impact of the adoption of smart home devices in India?
  • What are the industry
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CareerBuilder Promotes from Within; Product & Technology Leaders to Drive Innovation and Data Advancement

CHICAGO, Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, global HR technology leader CareerBuilder announced the internal promotions of Dinesh Arora to Chief Technology Officer and Eric Theobald to Senior Vice President of Products and Engineering for CareerBuilder’s Talent Acquisition Suite. The promotions come as the organization’s technology and product teams continue to invest in TA innovations, building on CareerBuilder’s strength as the only industry player with 25 years of data and insights fueling the development of products to support both job seekers and recruiters at each stage of the hiring process.

“Dinesh and Eric both have proven experience leading high-impact R&D teams through rapid product innovations and transformations, showcasing an ability to drive strong outcomes with a user-focused, data-driven mindset,” said CareerBuilder Chief Product Officer Leigh-Margaret Stull. “Their combined leadership within our product and technology teams will play a significant role as we solve for the immediate needs within the market

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Outlook on the Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market to 2030: COVID-19 Impact by Product, Application, and Geography

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Nov 19, 2020 (WiredRelease via Comtex) —
COVID-19 Analysis: Turn massive Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market challenges into meaningful change.

It’s not post-pandemic, its intra-pandemic. We’re still in it, and the implications for Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service Market are long-reaching. Let’s face it!

As the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on our global economies, Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service businesses are struggling to keep pace with circumstances that are changing day-to-day, if not hour-to-hour. While Information Technology (IT) Security as a Service organizations try to find their operational and financial footings, many activities are being put on hold. Decision-makers are struggling with the question – should we change the prevalent business strategy now. This starts with understanding their changing needs and concerns. That’s what Market.Biz does best.

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How Kind Turned 17 Years, 8 Product Lines, and a Love for Healthy Snacking into a $5 Billion Exit

Seventeen years after launching Kind, founder Daniel Lubetzky has found his exit strategy.

The New York City-based maker of Kind bars will be acquired by snack food and petcare giant Mars, the companies announced on Tuesday. The deal has been oft-rumored ever since Mars, one of the largest privately-held companies in the U.S., purchased a minority stake in Kind Snacks back in 2017. While terms of the agreement remain undisclosed, the New York Times estimates the acquisition cost at roughly $5 billion.

The Kind story has long been one of perseverance: After launching in 2003, the business weathered the storm of the Great Recession to become a healthy-snacking powerhouse, ranking No. 889 on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in the U.S. in 2012. The company made $719 million in revenue last year, according to estimates from private research firm PrivCo, while selling eight product lines across 35 countries.

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