Iowa entrepreneurs develop Farmmee app to connect farmers to services

Farmmee’s goal is to aid farmers in finding services and providers that can meet their needs

Iowa entrepreneurs develop Farmmee app to connect farmers to services

From left: Molly Woodruff, Cindy Rockwell and Becky McCrae, developers of Farmmee. (Rick Purnell)

With backgrounds in farming and agriculture, the trio behind a new farming app know the challenges that can come with farming on tight deadlines — haulers breaking down or storms threatening crops right before harvest.

These challenges led three Iowa entrepreneurs to create Farmmee, an app aimed at helping connect farmers to people and companies that can provide necessary services.

Farmmee connects farmers with providers who can perform services they may need, including spreading manure, hauling hay or a range of other tasks. Farmers also can list themselves as providers, offering their expertise and services to other farmers.

Molly Woodruff, Cindy Rockwell and Becky McCrea have decades

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New center on CCC campus to connect businesses with federal contract opportunities | News

MOREHEAD CITY — With the military considered the second largest business in North Carolina, area officials celebrated the grand opening Tuesday of a North Carolina Military Business Center on the campus of Carteret Community College.

The purpose of the center, or NCMBC, is to identify military and federal contract opportunities, source them to businesses in the region and state and help them compete for, win and grow jobs through federal contracts.

The center, housed in the Big Rock Career Center at CCC in Morehead City, is one of 15 located at community college campuses across the state, with the main branch headquartered at Fayetteville Technical Community College.

“The N.C. Military Business Center institution really helps bring federal money to this area,” Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C., said during the opening celebration, held in the CCC Hospitality and Culinary Arts Center.

He reported 40,000 people have moved into the state’s third congressional

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Bio-Vanillin Market Research Report 2021 – Global Forecast to 2026 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–()–The “Bio-Vanillin Market Research Report by End User, by Region – Global Forecast to 2026 – Cumulative Impact of COVID-19” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Global Bio-Vanillin Market size was estimated at USD 203.32 Million in 2020 and expected to reach USD 216.78 Million in 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) 6.96% from 2020 to 2026 to reach USD 304.46 Million by 2026.

In this report, the years 2018 and 2019 are considered historical years, 2020 as the base year, 2021 as the estimated year, and years from 2022 to 2026 are considered the forecast period.

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Waking after a pandemic-lost year

PMFF relaunches fashion shows at an empty Okada

By Joseph L. Garcia, Reporter

IT SHOULD be of no surprise that fashion shows and fashion itself were asleep last year, when we launched PPEs at work or lounged in pajamas at home. As society opens again slowly, we try to see what it would be like to step out again in our threads.

The Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival (PMFF) relaunched its show series last week. It had been active from 2014 to 2019, but went into slumber like the rest of the fashion world in 2020. While globally, the fashion industry had been able to stage shows in unconventional venues and platforms (Moschino’s puppet fashion show comes to mind), Manila hasn’t been able to catch up: this reporter recalls attending only two Filipino shows last year, both online: one by designer Rajo Laurel, and another through Singapore’s first virtual fashion show,

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