Logiq’s Food Delivery Service Introduces Car Dining for Major Shopping Mall Food Courts in Jakarta

“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall

"Dine in Your Car" at Pondok Indah Mall
“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall
“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall

NEW YORK, Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Logiq, Inc. (formerly Weyland Tech) (OTCQX: LGIQ), a global provider of award-winning eCommerce and Fintech solutions, has launched a new food delivery service, “Dine In Your Car,” at Pondok Indah Mall, one of the top five shopping malls in Jakarta, according to Forbes.

The new service, which delivers food orders directly to vehicles in the mall parking lot, is now available via Logiq’s GoLogiq™ food delivery app.

The service, offered under the HYPERLINK “https://www.atozgo.co.id/” atozGO Mall™ brand in Indonesia, enables users to order food from 65 mall restaurants, including The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Goods Burger, Fish & Co, Doner Kebab, Hanei Sushi, Sour Sally Frozen Yogurt, and Baskin Robbins.

Additional mall restaurants continue to be added

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Richardson startup Layerist launches jewelry styling service that anticipates what you want

Growing up in a family with three sisters, Hannah Brown, 37, is a little nostalgic about opening gifts with her siblings on Christmas morning.

She’d often order jewelry and accessories to match her sisters’ styles. But when the gifts arrived, they weren’t quite the color or quality she expected. Yet her mother was always able to pick out gifts she wasn’t expecting but ended up really enjoying.

Capturing that feeling of Christmas morning year-round is what Brown and her business partner, Kelsey Fraley, 33, want to create with their Richardson-based startup Layerist.co. The jewelry and accessory styling service launched its website last week.

“It would be really great if someone really knew our style, and could just send us a box of stuff, and we could try it on, hold it and see the quality,” Brown said.

The concept for Layerist is similar to the serendipity achieved by popular apparel

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Funeral service is held for Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada

A memorial service was held today for the Japanese fashion designer who founded Kenzo and died from coronavirus last week in a hospital near Paris. 

Mourners gathered at the Pere Lachaise cemetery this afternoon to pay their respects to Kenzo Takada, 81, who died at the American hospital of Paris in Neuilly-sur-Seine last week from coronavirus. 

A Shinto priest performed rituals at the service, which was attended by relatives and friends, including French lingerie designer Chantal Thomass and male model Satya Oblet.        

Pallbearers carry the coffin of late Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada to a funeral chapel of the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France today 

People lay flowers to pay their respects to late Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada at a funeral chapel of the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France today

People lay flowers to pay their respects to late Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada at a funeral chapel of the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France today 

A Shinto priest performs rituals at the coffin of late Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada at a funeral chapel of the Pere Lachaise cemetery in Paris, France today

A Shinto priest performs rituals at the coffin of late Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada at a

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CoreLogic Launches Second Model on Nasdaq’s Multi-Vendor Risk Modelling Service

The property data and analytics company CoreLogic® recently released its updated Japan Earthquake Model on Nasdaq’s catastrophe risk modelling service. This is CoreLogic’s second model to be made available through the Oasis Loss Modelling Framework (LMF) and Nasdaq, following the launch of its U.S. Earthquake Model in February 2020.

We sat down with David Gregory, product manager for the global earthquake product suite at CoreLogic, to discuss the new model and latest developments within the catastrophe risk management department in CoreLogic.

As a bit of background, tell us about CoreLogic and your mission.

CoreLogic is a property data and analytics company with a strong division in insurance solutions, including catastrophe model development. We support financial institutions, real estate professionals, government agencies, insurance carriers and more in the pursuit of enabling millions of people to find, buy and protect the homes and businesses they love. This includes helping protect from

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You Could Win a $1,000 Shopping Spree from the Veterans Canteen Service

The Veterans Canteen Service is offering vets enrolled in Department of Veterans Affairs health care, their families and VA employees a chance to win the grand prize of a $1,000 shopping spree just in time for the holidays.

To enter the contest, just create a free account with ShopVCS.com. No purchase is necessary.

The Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) has physical locations at many VA medical centers, and its online store at ShopVCS.com offers name-brand savings on everything from sunglasses to tires to electronic goods.

Besides its normal discounted prices on products, the VCS also offers sales-tax free shopping.

Anyone who creates a free account at ShopVCS.com from now until the end of October will be automatically entered into the contest for a chance to win one $1,000 shopping spree.

Besides the wide array of products offered online, the VCS sells a huge collection of apparel and gear that honors your

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Instacart announces Senior Support Service to help older customers do their grocery shopping online

Seniors are getting a little help with their online supermarket sweeps.

Grocery delivery service Instacart announced Wednesday its new Senior Support Service hotline aimed at helping customers over the age of 60 order food more seamlessly — and safely — online during the pandemic. 

Instacart launched a program to make it easier for seniors to shop online. (iStock).

Grandparent-aged consumers can call up Instacart’s Senior Support service number (1-844-981-3433) daily between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. to get help onboarding their digital grocery store cart. Instacart says the company has recruited more than 60,000 seniors to order grocery delivery in the past month, showing that demand continues to climb during the pandemic.


Instacart’s Senior Support

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Airport Service Providers Need to Reassess Business Model to be Resilient to External Shocks: Kearney

As the pandemic has severely impacted the aviation sector, a report by Kearney has suggested that there is a need for airport service providers to reassess their business models to become more resilient to external shocks.

The report noted that Covid-19 has brought the aviation sector to a grinding halt. External disruptions and catastrophes in the past indicate that the sector is particularly prone to being severely hit by such events.

Demand has taken a significant downturn, which inevitably impacts the supply-side ecosystem and erodes value for service providers, including airlines and airport developers and operators.

“As a result, there is an urgent need for these service providers to reassess their business models and explore business diversification strategies to make themselves more resilient to external shocks,” said the report titled aBuilding future-ready airport business models’.

Manish Mathur, partner and head of Kearney’s Asia Pacific, Transportation and Infrastructure Practice noted that

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Support the Postal Service in Style With the Casetify x USPS Collab!

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The United States Postal Service is in need of support, so Casetify decided to do something about it. They’ve launched a new collab with the USPS, and a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of each tech accessory will go directly to the USPS!


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As Casetify puts it, their new collab is a love letter to USPS employees for always coming through when we need them most. And if you didn’t know, last year alone, USPS employees traveled 1.34 billion miles to deliver your mail. That’s the equivalent of 53,640 laps around Earth, 5,305 trips to the moon or about 15 trips to the sun! The USPS x

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Postal service investigates bundles of mail found near dumpster at NJ shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this time.”

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Amazon Expands Its Personalized Clothing Service to Men

It is not hyperbole to state that Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has changed the world in its 26-year existence. Seeking to become “Earth’s most customer-centric company,” it sells virtually everything you can think of online. It also has other products and services, such as the Kindle e-reader, Alexa virtual assistant, and Amazon Prime video streaming and subscription service.

This drive to focus on the customer, innovation, and long-term thinking has made Amazon into the powerhouse it is today. It still tries to stay one step ahead of its competitors, recently expanding its personal shopping subscription service that has the potential to further enlarge its reach and appeal.

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New service

Amazon has extended its subscription-based offering to focus on menswear. Under its Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe, Prime members pay $4.99 to receive eight clothing items per month, which are personally selected based on the customer’s personal preferences. The

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