SADC launches online vulnerability atlas to store and share data

The online atlas developed by the SADC Regional Vulnerability Assessment and Analysis (RVAA) program aims to provide easy access to quality vulnerability assessments and analytical data to inform the evidence-based policy development and programming. The RVAA program was developed with technical support from WFP and financial support from the United …

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Step by step guide to getting a debt consolidation loan

Debt can be overwhelming, especially when it’s spread across multiple accounts and you’re juggling multiple monthly payments. Debt consolidation loans can make your debt more manageable by combining all of your balances into one personal loan with just one monthly payment. If you are considering getting a debt consolidation loan, …

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COVID Shaping Australians’ Buying Habits: Study

COVID-19 is changing Australia’s buying behavior. Not only are more people choosing to shop online, they want to be inspired by social media, faster delivery times, and more innovative technology for placing orders. Australian buyers also agree with “the power of personalization,” according to research presented by the international marketing …

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4 tips to remember when buying a car online

Added the 9 july 2021 DeAnn Owens buying a car, buying a car online, buying a car online, finding a car, buying a car dealership, buying a car online, vehicle history report No comments Shopping online for anything under the sun is second nature to most consumers. The Internet never …

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The best used decoration stores

Furniture isn’t exactly recyclable – in fact, it’s one of the largest landfills in America. Buying used furniture (vintage or high-end popular brands) cuts down on waste by finding a new home for time-tested items. Keeping an eye out for lightly used furniture saves money, incredibly long wait times and …

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Credit unions show pep in auto loans

Source: Isamare / Shutterstock Credit union auto loan portfolios in May posted their largest month-over-month increase since May 2018, ending a string of poor results. CUNA’s monthly credit union estimates released this week showed credit unions held a total of $ 392.8 billion in auto loans as of May 31, …

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What to know, how to buy – WWD

Kim Kardashian is changing things with her brand KKW Beauty. The reality TV star-turned-entrepreneur revealed on Instagram on Tuesday that she was closing her cosmetics brand on August 1 and was going to switch brands. ” August 1stst at midnight we will be shutting down the KKWBeauty.com site so that …

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5 businesses now open in Round Rock

From restaurants and cafes to retail and beyond, the Round Rock area is attracting new businesses at a rapid rate. The following list details a small sample of businesses that are now open in the city. Automotive cornerstone opened its garage doors at 2225 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock …

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Google launches “Grow My Store” in Arabic for MENA retailers

Google today launched the “Grow My Store” tool in Arabic (Connect) and English (Connect) for retailers operating in the Middle East and North Africa. This free tool helps local businesses improve their digital storefront, increase customer traffic, and optimize the online customer experience to complete other transactions. Retailers can enter …

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Prepaying Your VA Mortgage: Is It Worth It?

People with most types of mortgages, including borrowers on home loans guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs, can save tens of thousands of dollars by speeding up their mortgage payments. This means that a borrower pays more than what is due for their monthly payment, or adds an additional …

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Sassy & Chic Boutique opens Place Agora

Midland residents Angela Griffin and Michelle Vangilder opened the Sassy & Chic boutique Wednesday at 1 p.m. at 4987 Eastman Ave., Midland. Griffin and Vangilder, two single mothers themselves, met when their youngest children were together in preschool. They said their friendship has turned into a business partnership and now …

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20 of the best deals for home, fashion and tech

Looking for more of the best deals, sales and product recommendations? Register now for Yahoo Lifestyle Canada bulletin! The Canada Day sales are already in full swing. (Getty Images) Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share of …

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Governor signs bill to re-oversee Missouri’s clean energy loan program • Missouri Independent

Representative Bruce DeGroot, R-Ellisville, speaks upstairs in the House. (Photo by Tim Bommel / House Communications) Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed a law on Tuesday adopt new consumer protections for a clean energy loan program which has sparked criticism that it disproportionately harms borrowers in predominantly black neighborhoods. The legislation, …

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Pakistani fintech startup Creditfix secures seed funding to provide loans to the unbanked, led by Insitor Partners

The landmark agreement marks Insitor Partners’ inaugural investment in Pakistan and Pakistan’s first-ever international convertible loan facility. SINGAPORE, June 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Pakistani Fintech start-up Creditfix has announced that it has secured an undisclosed amount of seed funding as part of a round led by venture capital fund Insitor …

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Style (06/28/21) – BusinessWorld

COS opens its first PHL store in AM Aura COS, the London-based fashion brand, has opened its first store in the Philippines on the upper ground floor of SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The 380 sqm store space is designed with minimalist aesthetics and the brand’s sustainability in …

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Clothing store broken into in Twin City

BURGERSFORT – Limpopo SAPS are on the heels of suspects who committed a business theft at one of the clothing stores in the Twin City complex. The incident happened at around 2:50 p.m. on Saturday. The suspects fled with cash and cell phones. “Five suspects reportedly entered the store, one …

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The pandemic has changed the clothes we buy

It was Memorial Day weekend, and Krysti Carlson-Goering needed new clothes. She works in IT at Wichita State University in Kansas, and the office was about to reopen. So she went to the store, grabbed some pants and walked over to the dressing room. “I purposely chose a size above …

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Summer rompers – and shoes to wear with them

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships, so we may receive compensation for certain links to products and services. Every year we feel like we’re obsessed with rompers more and more. It really is an epic fashion mix, combining the pretty details of dresses with the convenience and comfort of shorts or …

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Cultivate good online shopping habits

Over 40% of Americans say online shopping made it harder to stay on budget. That’s according to a new AICPA survey, which shows Americans did a lot of online shopping in 2020. In fact, more than half of Americans (56%) saw their online spending increase between April and December of …

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It’s time we finally standardized UK clothing sizes

Besides the general public, brands and associations, influencers are also reportedly supporting the move to a universal size chart, with the founder of the popular Instagram page @midsizecollective Anushka Moore tells us, “Fashion is a multibillion pound industry in the UK, let alone the world. All of these big brands …

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Ralph Lauren Pre-Fall 2021 Collection

The Ralph Lauren brand has already made fashion headlines twice this week, first with the announcement that the brand will become a fashion supplier for European esports giant G2, and then with the launch of ‘a virtual club promoting the new Ralph’s Club fragrance. Both movements demonstrate the company’s efforts …

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Besides e-commerce, the pandemic has also given a boost to mobile wallets and the option of online purchase and withdrawal in store – Digital Transactions

Numerous reports since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic have documented how consumers have responded by switching to e-commerce – some for the first time – but few reports describe the impact on the mobile segment of this number. It turns out that the pandemic has also spurred considerable purchases …

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PLNU online clothing stores for students – Lomabeat.com

To save money and closet space, a handful of Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) students launched Instagram, Depop, and other fashion market app accounts to relocate clothes already worn. Eva Roche, a first-year human health and performance major, and Taylor Roberts, a second-year software engineering student, shared their experience on …

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Manitoba clothing store owner happy to open

While some businesses in Manitoba are closed under current Covid-19 restrictions, some businesses have been fortunate enough to remain open thanks to the new COVID-19 restrictions. Samantha Cluett, owner of Samantha’s Boutique in Elkhorn, Man., Says that when she first heard about the restrictions coming into effect, she assumed her …

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How Amazon luxury stores approached Prime Day

The success of Amazon’s Prime Day has always come from the many discounts and promotions it offers on a wide range of products. But the same thing that made Prime Day a $ 12 billion per day of sales because the company exacerbates everything that made luxury brands hesitate to …

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Lawton businesses adapt to online shopping

LAWTON, Oklahoma (KSWO) – Amazon Prime Day is one of the most popular days of the year for online shopping. But regardless of the day of the year, online shopping is in high demand. With Amazon Prime Day underway this Monday and Tuesday and due to the pandemic, online shopping …

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