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Antalis and HP extends support for Breast Cancer charities

Over the last three years Antalis has raised over £14,000 for Think Pink Europe and The Pink Ribbon Foundation in the UK from the sales of HP Office paper.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women with one woman diagnosed every ten minutes. Around 55,000 women and 370 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the UK*.


For Ukraine: Konica Minolta Supports Printed German-Ukrainian Picture Dictionary

Bildrechte: Bettina SchöbitzKonica Minolta supports the initiative "Drawers Build Bridges" in printing and distributing translation picture booklets to refugees from Ukraine. 3,000 hand-drawn picture vocabulary words in Ukrainian-German and 120 pages per DIN A5 booklet - this is also how help for international understanding can look like.

Lecta collaborates with Red Cross in providing aid to Ukraine

It also engages in other actions in support of Ukraine as a committed company
As a consequence of the war, more than 18 million people, according to Red Cross estimates, need help in Ukraine or outside Ukraine. Since the beginning of the conflict, Lecta has joined the worldwide wave of solidarity in support of the Ukrainian people and has recently collaborated with the Red Cross through a financial donation to support its crucial humanitarian work in caring for victims and refugees.

3M and the National Coalition of Certification Centers award national scholarships

3M's Safety and Industrial Business Group and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) have announced the winners for the Skilled Trades - 3M Transformational Scholarship for students with a focus in skilled trades. This scholarship will allow schools to help students from diverse backgrounds pursue their dreams in skilled trades while also bridging the gaps of inequality in our communities.

Joint study by Messe Frankfurt and RWTH Aachen confirms safety of air quality in trade fair halls

Over the past two years, it has been virtually impossible to hold trade fairs, even though many exhibition halls in Germany have sophisticated ventilation systems in place. The health authorities operated on the assumption that, when people breathe, they emit potentially virus-infected aerosols in the same way they emit CO2 and that this would lead to widespread infections with SARS-CoV-2.


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