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KUALA LUMPUR: Spring Art Holdings Bhd will launch its business-to consumer (B2C) website in February next year for its ready-to-assemble (RTA) furniture products.
Its managing director Jack Lim Kok Eng said on Thursday this is the first time Spring Art is involved in B2C as it steps up its presence following the boom in online shopping.
Lim said the website “Elisa – e-commerce live in Spring Art” will be in tandem with the launch of its new brand of products for the public.
“We are targeting to achieve up to RM3mil sales from our own B2C e-commerce website by 2021.
“We believe that the new marketing B2C strategy is the business trend moving forward, ” he said in a statement, referring to the strong growth in online shopping during the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Currently, Spring Art supplies its RTA furniture products to distributors, furniture showroom retailers, home furnishing chain
The mini-season includes in-person gallery shows, online artist talks, a radio play, Virtual Drag Queen Bingo and more.
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Art House Productions has announced a hybrid of visual and performing arts programming through February 2021. The mini-season includes in-person gallery shows, online artist talks, a radio play, Virtual Drag Queen Bingo, and virtual editions of Jersey City’s favorite festivals-including Your Move: New Jersey’s Modern Dance Festival and JC Fridays. The season includes both free and ticketed events. All ticket information can be found at www.arthouseproductions.org.
“Art House is truly pumped to continue our mission virtually. Join our online community for some unforgettable experiences featuring a diverse group of artists in theater, visual arts, dance, comedy, music, and more,” says Art House Executive Director, Meredith Burns.
The season kicks off with the return of Virtual Drag Bingo, a weekly bingo game hosted by Jersey City Drag Queen Vanity Ray. Starting October 16,
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- “Destruction AllStars” will be offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers for two months
- People who have already pre-ordered “Destruction AllStars” will be refunded
- “Halo Infinite” pushed back its Xbox Series X launch to next year
“Destruction AllStars,” previously scheduled to launch with the PlayStation 5 this November, is delaying its release to February 2021.
First announced in June, the vehicular combat title developed by British studio Lucid Games will be offered to PlayStation Plus subscribers in February for two months after it is released, Polygon has learned.
Not much is known about “Destruction AllStars” except that it is a destruction derby kind of multiplayer game where drivers are pitted against one another in intense competition and the goal is to wreck as many cars as possible.
Players will take control of one of 16 AllStars, each of them has access to unique hero vehicles with different abilities. For players