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NEW YORK – October 12, 2020 – ( Newswire.com )
Investors will be closely monitoring the tech sector as election season ramps up in the United States, and C-suite tech executives will be looking to make every effort to boost brand perception in that time leading up to Nov. 3. With Newswire’s Financial Distribution Platform, tech leaders can effectively distribute their company news, updates and performance reports to the nation’s most-read financial outlets and publications to effectively increase brand awareness during this crucial time in the country’s history.
Tech shares soared as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, as millions of Americans were limited to their homes during the lockdown periods that went into effect in early March of this year. Since then, American households became shared workspaces, schools, entertainment
LONDON, Oct. 7 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today marks the launch of the Technology Executive Roundtable US (TERUS), a forum established to support technology and life science senior executives whose growth strategy involves expansion into the United States.
TERUS will host roundtable forums featuring guests sharing experiences regarding US expansion. The forum will be open only to technology and life sciences executives nominated by one of the founding partner organisations. Programming begins with virtual sessions in October.
TERUS was created through the joint efforts of several organisations. Founding partners include UK’s Department for International Trade, law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, accounting and advisory firm Frazier & Deeter, trans-Atlantic business consulting firm International Marketing Partners Ltd., specialist transatlantic insurance broker La Playa, immigration specialists Samartin & Friends, and Silicon Valley Bank.
“The US offers the promise of massive commercial opportunities and plentiful venture and growth capital. However, doing
Fifteen years ago, one may have not recognized many of the career choices that are emerging today — such as cloud marketing manager, or data scientist. So, just imagine what job titles we might see fifteen years from now.
The authors of a report out of Citrix did just that — visualizing the workplace of the year 2035, and the types of professionals who will be making the economy tick. These new-age jobs will be tied into technology initiatives such as AI and related technologies.
The Citrix workplace study was the result of a year-long series of surveys and interviews with 1,800 business leaders, along with thought leaders from academia, think tanks, multinational boards, and leading authorities on the future of work. Here are examples of new jobs that will be created:
Company highlights key factors expected to impact Q4 COVID-19 testing during UBS analyst event
COVID-19 has impacted diagnostic volumes, mix and reimbursement for a variety of diagnostic providers. As the nation transitions into fall, new challenges will arise for the laboratory industry as students go back to school and flu season hits its peak. XIFIN CEO Lâle White and Kyle Fetter, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Diagnostic Services, recently joined healthcare analysts from UBS for an audio conference to discuss the key factors that will impact COVID testing volumes heading into the fall, analyze activity across its customer lab networks, and provide an update on payor reimbursement activity.
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“Six months into the COVID-19 pandemic, diagnostic labs nationwide continue to see high testing volumes. Early implementation of rapid diagnostics testing could positively impact overall testing