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It said it had set up the Flexible Working Taskforce to "properly understand the changes in ways of working that are emerging as a result of the pandemic".
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Once received, wedding invitations hang on refrigerator magnets for months before the big day — they are, after all, as beautiful as they are utilitarian. It could be you who brings them to life — and it isn't too much of an investment to launch your own wedding stationery business. Whether your clients want traditional swooping calligraphy or sleek and modern is more their style, you can earn a handsome living through this kind of artistic creation. According to ZipRecruiter, the average stationary designer earns $25 an hour or more than $52,000 per year.
It is followed by DealShare that has raised $144 million to date and claims to serve over 25,000 orders a day. CityMall, which raised $22 million last month, claims to have a network of 20,000 community leaders catering to 200,000 customers.
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Created in 2015, Alphabet is essentially a holding company for Google, which generates nearly all of its revenue and profit. Google has always portrayed itself as a tech company and has invested in many far-reaching areas of technology — such as internet search, mobile phones, artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and health technology. Its conference for software developers, Google I/O, which kicks off Tuesday, typically intersperses deep tech talk with far-reaching visions of the future.