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Malls in Puerto Rico use reservations app with people counter to limit traffic

The largest mall in the Caribbean has found a way to ensure that the number of shoppers complies with government guidelines regain the confidence of consumers that it’s safe to enter, shop and dine. Plaza Holdings deployed a reservations system app into its existing people-counting system that allowed its Plaza Las Americas in San Juan — …

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Instapizza extends support to underprivileged people during the COVID-19 spread

Instapizza is a young brand that brings to India one of its first homegrown pizza label with distinctly Indian values, personality, and flavours come in support to underprivileged people affected due to COVID-19. It’s an unprecedented time for the world as we all battle the Coronavirus epidemic together. In this time, while the world is …

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Co-op hopes to raise £30m for people hit by Covid-19 lockdown | Business

The Co-op hopes to raise £30m to help those hardest hit by the coronavirus lockdown by allowing members to donate their unspent shopping reward points to a new support fund which will also draw on the chief executive’s salary. The food retailer estimates that its 4.6 million members have built up points worth £30m by …

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Grofers to hire 5,000 people over 2 weeks to ramp up capacity

Online grocery platform Grofers is looking at hiring 5,000 employees to ramp up its capacity to meet the spike in orders amid the nationwide lockdown. The company has also partnered with resident welfare associations (RWAs) of over 100 societies across metros to make essentials available to a larger number of people amid the 21-day lockdown …

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Grofers to hire 5,000 people over 2 weeks to ramp up capacity, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi : Online grocery platform Grofers is looking at hiring 5,000 employees to ramp up its capacity to meet the spike in orders amid the nationwide lockdown. The company has also partnered with resident welfare associations (RWAs) of over 100 societies across metros to make essentials available to a larger number of people amid …

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Grofers hiring | COVID-19: Grofers to hire 10,000 people for warehouses, delivery, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: Online grocery platform Grofers is looking at hiring 10,000 people for its warehouses and last-mile delivery to clear pending orders quickly and meet the spike in orders on account of the nationwide lockdown. E-commerce companies have been struggling to deliver orders after the 21-day lockdown, imposed to contain the spread of the deadly …

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‘Why are people buying boob tubes’: fashion workers’ anger at owners and consumers | Business

Warehouse workers for the fast fashion brands Pretty Little Thing and Boo Hoo are begging consumers to stop ordering non-essential items such as £6 boob tubes and £8 false eyelashes after orders at one depot more than tripled in a week. Morale is said to be “rock bottom” at Pretty Little Thing’s fulfilment centre in …

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Bonn Group distributes over 32,000 packets of breads, burgers to needy people in Delhi, Ludhiana

As the country is going through a 21-day lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, leading FMCG player Bonn Group of Industries donated 32,000 packets of breads and burgers in Ludhiana. The company has extended their CSR initiative and distributed 40 packets of bread to a bunch of kids suffering from illness and living away from …

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‘People are so thankful’: how delivery drivers became the new emergency service | World news

Last week, Bob (not his real name) clocked in for a shift at Tesco’s 185,000 sq metre (2m sq ft) depot in Livingston, Scotland. He loaded his HGV with 25 tonnes of food, toilet rolls and toiletries, and drove 25 miles to a Tesco supermarket in Musselburgh. The staff waiting to unload his lorry seemed …

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