Bath & Oral Care Products Market May Set New Growth Story | Church & Dwight, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson

Emilee Geist

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Sep 22, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
(New Jersey) Latest added Global Bath & Oral Care Products Market research study by HTF MI offers detailed product outlook and elaborates market review till 2025. The market Study is segmented by key regions that is accelerating the marketization. At present, the market is sharping its presence and some of the key players in the study are Church & Dwight (United States), GlaxoSmithKline (United Kingdom), Johnson & Johnson (United States), L’Oral S.A. (France), Procter & Gamble Co. (United States), Unilever (United Kingdom), Colgate-Palmolive Company (United States), Avon Products, Inc. (United States), Beiersdorf AG (Germany), Este Lauder Companies Inc. (United States), Coty, Inc. (United States) and Henkel AG & Company, KgaA (Germany).

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Immersive Technology to Reimagine Online Shopping Experience and Increase Consumer Purchasing Confidence, According to New Accenture Interactive Report

Emilee Geist

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Consumers are at a tipping point for immersive experiences in digital commerce found new global research released today from Accenture (NYSE: ACN). The report reveals immersive technologies such as augmented and virtual reality and 3D content can enhance consumer purchasing confidence and increase online sales.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200922005169/en/

Produced by Accenture Interactive and based on a survey of more than 3,000 consumers across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, the report — “Try It. Trust It. Buy It.” — notes that the recent impact of COVID-19 has drastically shifted consumer behavior, with shoppers now embracing new immersive technologies related to online shopping. In fact, 47% of consumers said these technologies make them feel connected with products.

The report suggests that as companies increase their focus on these technologies — 64%

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Android 12 Will Make It Easier To Use 3rd-Party App Stores

Emilee Geist

Listening to developers, Google has said its next mobile operating system will simplify the experience of using stores, other than the Play Store.

Most Android phone owners head over to the Google Play Store, when they need new apps. However, the search giant said Monday that the next version of its mobile operating system will make it easier for users to install third-party app stores. It’s not incredibly difficult to access other app stores, so it begs the question, what will Android 12 do to simplify the process?

Google officially launched Android 11 earlier this month and it comes with a slew of improvements over Android 10, including new themes and improvements to communication, security and privacy. However, Android 11 is still in the process of being rolled to users, so it’s a little odd to already be talking about its successor.

Related: Android 11: Stalk Your Friends With Google

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John Lewis launches annual Christmas shop plus a new virtual tour

Emilee Geist

John Lewis has opened its 2020 Christmas shop, a hub of festive inspiration, at the flagship Oxford Street store. But this year you can visit from anywhere, as the magic has been captured virtually.

On a 3D tour of the Oxford Street shop, customers can “walk” through the Christmas store straight from their own homes. Using their computer, smartphone or tablet the public can visit the virtual shop, discover this year’s Christmas themes and shop items featured through the tagged products function.

This year’s Christmas flagship shop boasts its largest ever Christmas Tree forest, offering 40 different styles to walk through ranging from 4ft to a whopping 9ft tall.

The Festive Footpath sees 1,332 beautiful hanging green baubles decorate the shop floor lit up with 1,500 individual light bulbs.

And seven themes centred on artistic movements, are stunningly showcased to explore home trends.

Dan Cooper, Partner and Head of Christmas

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How to choose an online course: 5 factors to consider

Emilee Geist



a person sitting at a table using a laptop computer: How to choose an online course: 5 factors to consider


How to choose an online course: 5 factors to consider

Online courses are flexible, affordable, convenient and come in a variety of options. Online learning websites and online courses have seen a huge boost during the Covid-19 pandemic since schools and workplaces have been shut down.

Looking at the speed at which online education has evolved in the last eight months, it seems to be advantageous for both traditional and nontraditional learners. These drastically enhance their academic skills by providing them an opportunity to learn more about their existing subjects and expand their skillsets simultaneously.

But, here’s the deal — in order to make the most of an online education course, there are certain factors that a learner must keep in mind.

Here are 5 factors you should consider when choosing an online course:

1. Choose your topic wisely

The most widely recognized factor when choosing an online course is

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How to Edit Images and Make Design Online By Fotor

Emilee Geist

The great benefit of Fotor software is that you can edit the images you have taken and vastly improve the images after you transfer them onto the laptop, in the meantime, you can easily make designs via their stunning design templates with a few clicks, because their 25,000 designs are made by professional design team. This gives the photographer and  amateur designers and marketers a chance to edit the pictures into any effect they prefer, apply whatever designs they need for work and life, and many people like it that way. So here are a few ideas on how to use this best photo editing tool.

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Actually many digital cameras will remains some problem photos or images, like asymmetric, red eye from flash shots, ghost image and overexposure etc. For all these problems you will one single solution which is Fotor, the digital photo editing software program to take editing

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Egg cup frame made of sterling silver is over 200 years old

Emilee Geist

Many of us have used an antique egg cup to hold a boiled breakfast egg, but few have ever seen an egg cup frame with six egg cups and spoons made of sterling silver over 200 years ago.

New Orleans Auctions had many unusual serving pieces in an auction, and the rare 7-inch-high by 8-inch-wide egg cup frame brought $1,625. It was made in London about 1808 to 1811 according to the hallmark. The silversmiths were Robert & Samuel Hennell.

The hexagonal frame has six legs with lion’s paw feet, a canopy with a shell and scroll finial, and receptacles for the six egg cups and spoons. A frame was used for large breakfasts as a centerpiece and usually held soft boiled eggs. A breakfast menu usually included eggs, bacon, sausage, mushroom toast, grilled tomatoes, baked beans and tea or coffee.

Q: I’m interested in selling a collection of over

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We are determined to make lifelong learning a reality

Emilee Geist

To get Britain moving again, we will need a workforce that has the skills the country needs and our further education reforms, including Institutes of Technology, apprenticeships and T Levels will make sure young people acquire them.  

In this country we suffer from high skills shortages in technical trades – we don’t have enough builders, plumbers or pipefitters. 

Just to put this into perspective, our productivity levels are only 4 per cent higher than they were in 2008. To build back better from the pandemic we will need a lot more people with these vital skills.

Apprenticeships are a crucial part of our FE reforms and the Chancellor’s unprecedented plan for jobs will make sure that it’s not just young people but adults, too, who have the chance to start one.

Where apprentices are made redundant as a result of the pandemic we are offering them unparalleled help to continue

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COVID-19 Is Not Going To Steal Halloween From My Family

Emilee Geist

The pandemic has sucked the fun out of 2020. It can take our Fourth of July. It can take our Labor Day, Memorial Day, and Easter. But it will not take our Halloween. Some Halloween traditions are sacred. And you can keep them alive— even while staying safe from COVID-19. Want proof? Here are twelve things the pandemic isn’t taking from our family

Halloween Tradition #1: The Pumpkin Patch

COVID-19 spreads poorly in the outdoors, simply because of the amount of circulating air, says Elemental Medium. So we’re still keeping up a huge Halloween tradition: the pumpkin patch. We plan to pick a time when most people will be busy (the early morning, a weekday), mask up, and visit the pumpkin patch while maintaining a proper six foot distance from everyone. I’ll admit it: I’ll probably rub hand sanitizer all over the pumpkins if anyone else touches them. But worth

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12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews

Emilee Geist

12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews
12 cozy things you can buy with thousands of rave reviews

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It might still be fall but winter is looming with just a few short weeks away—and experts are already predicting that it’ll be colder and snowier than usual. That paired with the current pandemic means we’ll likely be spending even more time bundled up inside our homes.

To make your time inside even cozier and more comfortable, we’ve rounded up 12 soft and snuggly products that have thousands of positive reviews that you can buy online. From the Barefoot Dreams cardigan everyone is obsessed with to the weighted blanket with more than 20,000 reviews, these are some of the internet’s coziest picks that will help you make it through even the chilliest of winter days.

1. The wildly popular Barefoot

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