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Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair, 25-30 January

By Saha on January 26, 2022

The UK’s Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair is held in Battersea Park from January 25 to January 30, 2022. Organized by Harvey (Management Services) Ltd, the fascinating fair offers great opportunities for antique lovers to look into a variety of items from precious objects and furniture to arts and accessories as old as three centuries.

The fair holds events in winter, spring and autumn annually. Last year, in the month of October, the fair achieved great success and it’s expected that the success will progressively continue this year as well. 

The popular fair, originally designed by Patricia Harvey, allows art collectors to explore formal antiques against modern designs. It inspires visitors with eye-catching designs of art items in different settings.

150 exhibitors participate in this art venue, showcasing a set of classic antiques including lights, mirror, paintings, sculptures, textiles, jewelry and so many more. It's a place where specialist dealers and antiques fanatics come together to appreciate classic to contemporary works of art.

Battersea Kitchen provide visitors with high-quality meals and drinks. Dogs are allowed in the fair, good news for those who would like to walk around with their dogs while enjoying the striking beauty and glamor of the decoratives and collectibles.

The exact location of the top-notch exhibition is: London Evolution (The Marquee), Battersea Park, London.

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Recovery of Singapore's Tourism

By Saha on January 25, 2022

The Singapore Tourism Board announced good news on the recovery of its tourism sector. Tourism receipts made it to an estimated $1.9 billion Singapore dollars last year, with 330,000 visitor arrivals, the data from the country’s tourism board declared.

Even though, the figures are low compared to 2020, with 2.7 million visitors.

From 2020 through 2021, the tourism industry in Singapore set down overall year-over-year slump in the number of visitors and tourism expenditures, which happened following great tourism work within January and February 2020.  

The country’s borders were shot down in March 2020 to avoid the surge of covid-19 cases.

The Singapore Tourism Board declared growth in tourism in the last three quarters of 2021. The rate of international tourists jumped 221% over this time in comparison with the same period in 2020.

China, India and Indonesia accounted for the major sources of international tourists who visited Singapore in 2021.

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National Restaurant Association's Call for Congress Aid

By Saha on January 24, 2022

The National Restaurant Association’s request for contribution to the Restaurant Revitalization Fund comes amidst the omicron spread. In 2021, a fund of $28.6 billion was designed to help bars and restaurants struck badly by the covid-19. A restaurant’s total losses for one single location stood at $5 million.

Following depletion in funds, restaurants have called up for Congress to help with the crisis. In spite of lawmakers’ legislation to aid, the bills haven’t picked up steam. Seemingly, Biden and his administration has failed to back the industry.

However, the spread of the virus might be a game CHANGER. According to the report from the National Restaurant Association, 88% of restaurants faced a decline in indoor dining demand in the wake of the omicron.

Sean Kennedy, the National Restaurant Association’s top lobbyist, in his letter to Congress stated that the industry hasn’t been able to recreate the job opportunities lost as soon as the pandemic’s hit, over 650,000 jobs were lost.

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Arab Health 2022

By Saha on January 24, 2022

Arab Health 2022 provides a ground for visitors to follow developments in healthcare industry. Attendees will be able to participate in the fair and catch up with the latest. The fair is held in Dubai World Trade Centre from January 24 to January 27, 2022.

One of the most prominent medical equipment fairs across the Middle East, Arab Health offers the most recent inventions in health field. A wide-ranging CME conferences are held in the exhibition to learn (CME stands for Continuing Medical Education).

In the fair, eight product categories from different companies are displayed. They include disposables and consumer goods, orthopedics and physiotherapy, imaging and diagnostics, healthcare and general services, IT systems and solutions, healthcare infrastructure and assets, wellness and prevention as well as medical equipment and devices.

Participants will be able to gain knowledge and information in a single healthcare platform, instead of exploring several health events.

So, save time and energy to visit the place!

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