Managing Patriarchy In India-Bhavana Bindra

As the world celebrated international women’s day this week, several organizations ensured they had ticked the box when it came to gender diversity. But more than that several others have sincerely attempted to move the needle towards removing age-old constraints in having more women employees in their workforce. Some have successfully traversed the journey from diversity to inclusion, while others have been unable to go beyond the former; meanwhile several are still struggling to translate their intent to reality.

Whatever may be the difficulties in treading the gender diversity path, compliments, especially to the traditional manufacturing industry which has made the right noises in driving the intent. While organizations may be across the spectrum in the actual numbers their workforce may comprise, the issue of gender sensitisation remains. And perhaps is the single most deterrent in organizations which despite all attempts have failed to make a visible difference.

The lack

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Her Recession: Bridal shop started through SNAP’s Women’s Business Center thrives, moves to new location

Bridal Shop
Charisse Kenion

SPOKANE, Wash. — Honest in Ivory and Dearly Consignment, bridal shops started through SNAP’s Women’s Business Center in 2018, have outgrown their old spaces and have moved to new locations.

Cassie Cleary, owner of both shops, said her businesses have grown greatly and now need twice the space for new wedding dresses.

The shops moved to 123 E. Sprague Avenue, which SNAP says is a “phenomenal contrast to the soft, delicate, and romantic look of bridal.”

While many businesses have been treading water during the pandemic, Cleary’s shops have not just been surviving — they have been thriving.

On top of the location move, Honest in Ivory has been selected for a third year in a row as the winners of The Knot Best of Weddings and Wedding Wire

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North America High Speed Connector Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Analysis – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–()–The “North America High Speed Connector Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis By Product and Application” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

According to this report the market is expected to reach US$ 2,224.22 million by 2027 from US$ 1,159.98 million in 2019. The market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 8.6 % from 2020 to 2027.

The report provides trends prevailing in the North America high speed connector market along with the drivers and restraints pertaining to the market growth. Rising networking and communication sector and growing electronics and infotainment systems in automotive sector are the major factor driving the growth of the North America high speed connector market. However, high price of connectors and technical challenges hinder the growth of North America high speed connector market.

In case of COVID-19, North America is highly affected specially the US.

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Insurtech files patents for ‘universal’ consumer-direct claims app

Narigon said that InjuryClaimsExpress analyzes multiple dimensions of injury severity and the impact that injury and recovery have on an individual’s personal life and health.

“We create an objective, customized claim value range that an injured person should expect an insurance company to pay for their injuries,” he said. “The system contains historic pattern analysis, expert analysis, accurate medical analysis including treatment and recovery information, as well as the impact on a person’s occupation, mobility, future care and psychological wellbeing.”

“I’ve been developing claims systems for insurance companies for over 20 years, and a couple of years ago I experienced what it’s like to endure the claims process as an injured third-party claimant,” said Lee Fogle, founder of RecovX Health. “I decided then and there it was time to turn my attention and experience to help the annual three million injured claimants’ needs for information and assistance. We designed a

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