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YDX Innovation Launches Platform for Online Virtual Events

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 14, 2020 / YDX Innovation Corp (TSXV:YDX)(OTC PINK:YDRMF)(FSE:A2PB03) (“YDX” or the “Company”), is pleased to announce that it has developed a new product that is now being offered to companies looking for an innovative way to host online events.

YDreams’ Virtual Events Platform (“Platform”) is an interactive and customizable virtual environment that can be used to host events for up to 10,000 online participants, concurrently, and hosted across multiple device types and operating systems. The simplicity of our Platform browser-based means users won’t need to install any plugins or additional software, making our Platform significantly more user-friendly, when compared to competitive products in the market. The Platform also supports interactive experiences through VR headsets.

“At the onset of the pandemic, we received numerous requests from clients and partners, in the live-events industry, asking for a creative solution for virtual meetings and events. The challenge

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5 Events To Attend At This Week’s London Design Festival

With the 2020 design calendar being filled with cancellations and postponements, the annual London Design Festival is finally underway, albeit with a number of amendments, and a blend of physical and digital events. While the industry landscape is still unclear, as we cautiously emerge into a post-pandemic world, brands are taking this opportunity to re-engage with customers and openly discuss what the future holds. The creative community is once again leading the conversation on how the path ahead may look, acknowledging the lessons we have learnt, and will continue to learn, as priorities and mindsets shift in the ‘new normal’ we are becoming accustomed to.

The Festival, which began on Saturday and runs until 20th September, has a number of

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STB will start accepting applications to hold business events for up to 250 people from Oct 1

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) will start accepting applications to pilot large-scale meetings of up to 250 people from Oct 1, as part of plans to gradually resume economic activities in the country.

Organisers of such Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) events must demonstrate their ability to implement safe management measures.

STB and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) will review all MICE event proposals, and organisers may proceed only on MTI’s approval.

Announcing the move on Monday (Sep 7), Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing said that industries in the MICE, aviation and tourism sectors are some of the hardest hit by COVID-19.

“Our sense is that we will have to take this opportunity to re-shape our industries, take on new skills, build up new capabilities for us to emerge stronger through the COVID situation,” he said.

There will be pilot events

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