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Dec 03, 2020 (AB Digital via COMTEX) —
Market Overview

The convenience offered to Restaurants and foodservice by frozen meat products is estimated to enhance the frozen meat market share.  The food, beverages & nutrition industry reports are formed by Market Research Future, emphasizing market opportunities for growth. A potential income level is estimated to be bolstered to USD 86.58 billion while growing at a CAGR of 4.36% in the forecast period.

The fast-paced lifestyle is estimated to spur the need for household consumption requirements, which will benefit frozen meat manufacturing in the forecast period. Furthermore, the restructuring of the supply chain and the emergence of new processing methods are estimated to amplify the frozen meat market trends in the approaching period.

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Competitive Analysis

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Founder at AMP’D, small business growth expert with 15 years of experience, regular contributor for Business Insider and Working Mother. 

In my many years helping small businesses grow, business owners have often sat in front of me, overwhelmed and exhausted, asking which specific marketing tactic will help them get more customers. My response is always to ask what they’re looking to accomplish, which isn’t always an easy question for them to answer. 

After being in business development for 15 years, with five of those specifically helping small businesses grow with a market-focused business strategy, it seemed to make sense to outline the steps my team and I have developed over the years. This approach has helped hundreds of small business owners create long-term, sustainable plans for a business they love. 

To develop a plan, you have to do some soul searching. Recently I came across a shocking statistic

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CHELMSFORD, Mass., Dec. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alpine Environmental, as part of its future growth and operation strategy, welcomes industry veteran, Vera Quick as Operations Manager.  With more than a decade of regional and national environmental specialty and demolition operations knowledge, Vera brings her wealth of experience within residential, commercial, and government projects to support Alpine Environmental’s goals. 

As a graduate of ABC’s FLiC and a frequent speaker at industry events highlighting leadership and problem solving, Vera is well known and respected for her commitment as well as her vast skill set.   She will be working closely with Alpine Environmental leadership to hone operational proficiencies and incorporate processes to accommodate growth in the commercial and government space.

Founded almost 30 years ago in 1991, Alpine Environmental is a forerunner in the Environmental Specialty Contracting field.  Located in Chelmsford, Mass, Alpine emphasizes customized services for each individual client.  With

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global 5G Fiber Optic Cables Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 reveals the overview of the global industry, encompassing the latest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users responsible for revenue growth. The report illustrates the business current situation, regional analysis insights, key player profiles, global market share, and forecast up to 2025. The report presents a thorough overview of the number of significant segments. The study lists the leading competitors and also covers the insights strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the global 5G Fiber Optic Cables market.

NOTE: Our report highlights the major issues and hazards that companies might come across due to the unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19.

Market Analysis And Insights:

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Dec 02, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The recently launched report entitled Global 3 Dimensional Modeling Software Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 serves an in-sight survey of the global market based on the historical and current market situation. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the market status, market key vendors, products, end-user applications, and geographical regions. The report expresses the qualitative and quantitative both information regarding the market in the form of graphs, pie charts, tables, and systematic figures. The research presents a detailed valuation of the market historical data and present circumstance of the global 3 Dimensional Modeling Software market. This report segments the global market based on the product type, end-user, technology, and region.

Key Metrics Covered:

The report tracks different opportunities, trends, growth and restraining factors, and

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A petrol station is seen in Soweto, file. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South Africa’s Sasol aims to cut annual capital expenditure by 30% and reduce costs over the next 3 to 4 years as part of its turnaround strategy, the petrochemicals giant said on Wednesday.

Sasol, which has been restructuring its operations to cut down debt, said it aimed to be more competitive, increase cash generation and remain resilient at $45 per barrel oil price.

Sasol, the world’s top manufacturer of motor fuel from coal, has been battling high debt amid lower oil and chemicals prices and the impact of COVID-19.

“We need to transform the business so that it is highly cash generative, with a diversified asset base that yields competitive returns to our shareholders through commodity cycles and market volatility,” Chief Financial Officer Paul Victor said.

Sasol said it planned to reduce annual capital expenditure to between

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GOLDEN, CO / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2020 / David Sandel is revolutionizing the way small businesses approach their marketing strategy through his innovative, problem-solving methods.

Originally from Wisconsin, David graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a degree in electrical engineering. Almost immediately, he realized that he lacked a passion for the industry and began to pursue additional side hustles. Over the next few years, David returned to his athletic roots, obtained his personal training certificate, and began coaching others, drawing upon years of collegiate football and powerlifting experience.

Along the way, he developed an affinity for writing, content creation, and social media while attempting to market his services. Although his dreams of opening a gym never came to fruition, he had developed a valuable set of marketing skills. Despite mourning the loss of his personal training business, he still had a lucrative engineering career, so he brushed himself

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Executive Summary

Confronted with protests against systemic racism in the United States, companies are now working to ensure that their workforces and communities are more diverse, equitable and inclusive. But what does anti-racist business strategy look like in practice? There is no one-size-fits all approach, but you can focus on four foundational and four functional elements to stand up successful initiatives. This includes figuring out the purpose of the action you are taking, including many perspectives and people, and measuring how you perform against goals. You will also want to rethink the way you do purchasing and philanthropy, review your policies, and reengage with the places in which you operate.

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The murder of George Floyd, just five miles from my Minneapolis home, sparked a new reckoning with systemic racism in the United States. Across the country — including in corporate America — people are seeking to better understand

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Some of those assets were part of the $41 billion acquisition of XTO Energy that Exxon (ticker:XOM) made in 2010. The company is also reducing expectations for how much it will spend to grow production in the years ahead. Exxon’s stock has sunk 45% this year, and investors worry it may have to cut its dividend.

But the oil giant still sees enormous value in its portfolio and expects to be able to double its earnings by 2027 from 2017 levels.

Neil Chapman, who leads Exxon’s upstream division, overseeing the company’s oil and gas production, spoke with Barron’s about what the write-down means and how the company sees its future. The conversation has been edited for length and clarity.

Barron’s: Can you give us a little more insight into how you chose the assets that are going to be the focus for Exxon for the next several years? And then

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HERNDON, Va., Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Audi of America is pleased to announce that Sara Whiffen will join the company as vice president, Strategy and New Business, effective November 30. She will be responsible for driving forward the Audi of America business strategy and supporting overall global strategic objectives. Whiffen will report to Daniel Weissland, president, Audi of America, in her new role.

“Sara joins Audi as a leader with deep experience reimagining and evolving business models,” said Daniel Weissland, president, Audi of America. “She understands how to develop successful business strategy in today’s competitive marketplace, and has the expertise needed to identify important growth opportunities for Audi in the U.S.”

Most recently, Whiffen served as founder and CEO of Rohvi, a data-driven tech startup enabling mid-tier luxury and above fashion retailers to engage customers through strategic and sustainable trade-in programs. Prior to Rohvi, Whiffen worked as

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