Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art Receives a Huge Donation of Modernist Paintings

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Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art Receives a Huge Donation of Modernist Paintings

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

— Winston Churchill

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 / — Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art has made some interesting acquisitions over the past decade, but the art institution was recently handed a particularly excellent collection of Modernist works that will draw plenty of new and returning visitors by the end of 2021.

Philanthropists Kurt and Sally Burns were responsible for the gift, which includes 38 paintings by distinguished artists including Van Gogh, Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian, Theo Van Doesburg, Robert Delaunay, and Franz Kline. “Their gift is really a godsend,” museum director Bernard Vernier told the New York Times. “It’s a blessing.”

Indeed, the partnership between philanthropists and museums is fruitful and symbiotic. If a successful organization spends years accumulating considerable assets, it's only natural that they'd want to spend some time in the downtime cultivating an admirable collection of art to signal their exquisite taste. As they get older, however, the natural next step is to pass along their art collection to a public institution: this conveys their willingness to give back to their community.

Virtosu Art Gallery Museum of Art believed it could accept donations of art by creating an art program for its constituents while increasing its endowment. Under the part-time curatorial direction of Bernard Vernier, a one-time minister, the Museum has received over 4000 donations of art that are presently valued in excess of $110,000,000.

How did the Museum find new donors and create an art education program? They put the word out on the street that donations of art would be welcome. Soon, wealthy neighbors and businesses responded by offering their art to the Museum. Reflecting on the program’s success, Mr. Bernard Vernier suggested that "people learned something about how their gifts of art could help our communities."

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Amira Named One Of 4 Startups Most Likely To Help Solve Global Education Challenges

Amira Chosen As An Extreme Tech Challenge Finalist.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, June 6, 2020 / — Amira, a leader in software that helps students learn to read, is a 2020 Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) Finalist. XTC is the world’s largest startup competition focused on global challenges. Leading investors evaluated more than 2400 startups in 87 countries, selecting Amira as one of 4 finalists in the Education category.

Inspired by the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, XTC supports and showcases innovators harnessing the power of technology to address the greatest challenges facing humanity and our planet. Just 50 startups were chosen across all categories.

Amira is the first intelligent reading assistant, able to listen to students read out loud, assess their mastery and provide 1:1 personalized tutoring. Amira brings the power of reading science and AI together to help every child become a motivated and masterful reader.

“XTC is about the collective effort – industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and experts joining forces to make real progress in solving the world’s toughest challenges," said Young Sohn, Co-Founder of XTC, President and Chief Strategy Officer, Samsung Electronics and Chairman of the Board, HARMAN. "That work can’t happen without brilliant innovators from around the world. Congratulations to our finalists, selected from a large pool of stellar 
teams who applied this year. Together, we can turn ideas into reality, and unlock 
breakthrough innovations in service of society."

Competition judges narrowed a field of 2,419 applicants from 87 countries and a range of funding stages from seed to Series C. Regardless of backgrounds and locations, all finalists have one thing in common – their innovations have the potential to make the world a better place, which inspired this year’s Global Finals Theme: Pitch for Hope.

“Recognition as one of the handful of startups addressing key global challenges is a fantastic validation of Amira’s mission,” said Mark Angel, CEO of Amira Learning. “With students required to work at home, Amira is the perfect online solution for ensuring that kids keep growing.”

Amira enables students to read appropriately challenging stories out loud, providing interactive tutoring as they stall, stumble and mispronounce. As the student reads, Amira uses AI to understand what’s tripping up the young reader, and then delivers micro-interventions that best build the gapped reading skills. Amira is the product of more than 20 years of research and development, utilizing innovation created at and licensed from Carnegie Mellon’s AI Lab and the University of Texas Health System. In peer-reviewed, independent research conducted by leading universities around the world, Amira has generated amazing growth in reading ability, equivalent to giving a student a certified human tutor.

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Founded by the product and engineering team at Renaissance Learning, Amira Learning is reinventing learning to read with AI. In field research conducted by leading Universities, Amira has demonstrated the ability to help children grow as much as giving each child their own certified human tutor. To learn more about Amira, visit

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Dane Domic announces generous support for aspiring football stars

Dane Domic

Dane Domic

The young athlete determined to help new and up-coming football stars reach their potential

CALGARY, OFFALY, CANADA, June 5, 2020 / — Dane Domic, 21, recently announced that he’ll start working on programs to help support aspiring young athletes to advance their careers in the football industry. The Canadian football player has managed to climb the ranks over the last few years and is ready to help those who want to build a career out of the sport.

Domic isn’t new to the football scene, in the last year he’s played for the Mount Royal University (MRU) Cougars, giving him a chance to showcase his talents. The young athlete of Croatian descent has managed to establish a solid foundation throughout his career. His open-minded approach to the sport has given him the opportunity to play for various clubs, both locally and also at an international level. Domic recently shared the great news of his philanthropic views to start giving back to the community. “I have been playing football for some time now, and my journey hasn’t been without hurdles. It’s only been my first year at MRU and it’s time that I give back to those who want to make a name for them in the sporting industry,” shares Domic.
Although only 21 years old, the young sports star and university student has built a network of well-known and influential people. He doesn’t shy away from the challenges his new endeavours will bring, as he opens his heart to share his skills and knowledge with others. Domic hasn’t said when he plans to launch his programs, as he’s trying to obtain enough resources and information before setting off. Domic tells us, “the idea is to share my knowledge and skill with others, I’ve learned so much from other great coaches and players, and I’m extremely grateful for it. I want to create a platform where others, just like me, can feel welcome, learn something, and master their talents.”

It’s good to know that young athletes are trying to become more engaging with their supporters and the community. Domic has trained with Manchester City U16 and played for Dundee United in Scotland. A few years ago he managed to land a position with the Jong Sparta Rotterdam that played in the 4th Holland division. His potent football talents root from his father Davor Domic who played for West Ham and VfB Stuggart. The young man isn’t easily backing down from anything crossing his path and keeps focus on what’s important to him.

He shares assertively, “I’ve seen how much work goes into building a great network of contacts and being recognized. In the beginning, it’s difficult, and you doubt yourself, but that’s what makes it so much more thrilling. Building a network of young players will give the industry a much-needed boost. More international games, better domestic support, and an overall increase in sportsmanship between players and teams,” tells Domic.

The last few weeks have seen many industries around the world facing the hard impact of the global pandemic and as many are making a comeback, Canadian football players will hopefully soon make a return to the field. “Now is the time to think differently about the sport in terms of safety and getting people involved. I think there will be a strong focus on how young players can use the excess time to practice more efficiently. There’s an opportunity for everyone to become the best at anything they do, it’s about finding and maintaining a good balance,” Domic shares notably.

As a person who spends a lot of his time either with his family or practicing, Domic hasn’t shared many detailed specifications with others about his new kindhearted endeavors. These new ventures will surely set him aside from other industry competitors, as he’s taken the chance to not only play a sport but share it on a grander scale. As we battle onwards with the global pandemic, Domic has given light to new and innovative ways to share generosity. The Canadian Soccer Association recently outlined new regulations and guidelines as part of their Safe Sports Roster, ensuring players can soon start returning to the field.

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Honoring LOVE via Leo Buscaglia and Music via Stephen Sondheim at 90 in 2020.

Marian Anderson in recital in the 1930’s at Lincoln Memorial.

Armed Guards at Lincoln Memorial in June 2020

Marian Anderson in recital in the 1930's at Lincoln Memorial and today with militias.

NEWARK, NJ, USA, June 5, 2020 / — A salute to Leo Buscaglia and "Love."

Last week I received an update from Leo Buscaglia's aptly named Felice Foundation. Leo turned down our initial request for support for SACCO&VANZETTI. Disheartened but nor defeated, I wrote back. In a few weeks his donation arrived in the mail. Especially poignant as this year is the Centennial of the arrest of SACCO&VANZETTI (1920-2020) whom we are remembering via cyber outreach.

Stephen Sondheim also turned 90 this year. We honor him as he recognized other artists with his support. When I first asked him he turned me down. Aa second time I received his letter with a check. Over time he donated signed copies of his CD's which became raffle gifts. We began a multi-year correspondence. Thus began years of support.

"Begging for Bucks" was a memorable Arts Journal headline that I never forgot. Many times there is no response. Others give once, many have all made a difference in my life large or small. Especially these days during COVID 19. Love always makes a difference.

Forecast: Stormy Weather.


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Flower Duet's Living Art Camp Expands Outside of Los Angeles Via Online Platform for Next Gen Floral Designers

Living Art Camp by Flower Duet

Flower Duet offers new themes each week for its Living Art Camp starting June 22, 2020.

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Students at Flower Duet’s 2019 camp prepare blooms to try out a leaf-dye project where they pounded the flower colors into paper to make patterns.

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STEAM skills are taught in every Living Art Camp project

Twelve weeks of botanical STEAM camp themes offer something for all ages in Flower Duet’s latest online school teachings

As a full-service floral design company, we use all the STEAM skills in real life that kids are learning about in the classroom in an abstract way. This camp shows kids how to apply these skills.”

— Casey Coleman Schwartz

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2020 / — For the summer of 2020, Flower Duet wants kids (and their parents) to learn how to make fabulous floral designs, botanical crafts and gain a few entrepreneurship skills, too! Flower Duet’s online Living Art Camp weeks will enable anyone to fill the void many summer camps left behind after being cancelled due to social-distancing guidelines.

To align with many parents’ desire to keep kids occupied over the summer with activities that are fun and educational, Flower Duet designed 12 weeks of “Living Art Camp” themes ranging from American Flowers Week to coincide with annual celebration of American flower farmers, to Wizard Week for fans of Harry Potter. Flower Duet will be showcasing STEAM topics in every weekly camp theme.

STEAM & Floral Design

“As a full-service floral design company, we use all the STEAM skills in real life that kids are learning about in the classroom in an abstract way,” said Casey Coleman Schwartz, co-owner at Flower Duet. “For example, in our floral business, we use knowledge of botanical science to keep flowers alive and even grow them ourselves,” Schwartz said. “We will be teaching about the science aspect of floral design in every weekly camp as well as the other STEAM topics of technology, engineering, art and math.”

Flower Duet’s Digital Summer Camp Activities for 2020 includes the themes of Classic Art, Garden Week, Jurassic Jungle, Gamer Camp, Outer Space, Ice Princess, Beach Week and more.

Streamlined Access to Online Learning

Flower Duet’s students have already benefitted from an in-person kids Living Art Camp held at its studio space in the summer of 2019. Campers attended a week-long camp, completed three lessons each morning and took home fresh new botanic designs and crafts each day. The ages of campers were from age 7 to 15 and included an equal mix of boys and girls. Flower Duet used its decade of experience teaching the hands-on children’s floral design classes at The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Calif. to adapt to a daily camper curriculum that was fun, scientific and creative.

“Our online flower school offers a large variety of courses for kids and adults that are within reach of new and experienced designers alike,” says Casey. “We’ve been teaching floral design for over 20 years in-person at workshops, during live garden club demonstrations and online through YouTube, on television and through our online school.”

As with all Flower Duet’s online classes, students can go at their own pace. They can watch the step-by-step (or stem-by-stem) video lessons as many times as they wish to understand the project before trying it out on their own. There is one project for each day of the week Monday through Friday, and Flower Duet will have weekly Zoom check-ins with all the virtual campers.

Three Options for Each Week of Kids Summer Camp 2020

Campers can sign up for the Living Art Camp online. The first camp goes live the week of June 22, 2020 when most schools are officially out for summer. Flower Duet will also offer a live-stream virtual crafting meetup as part each weekly camp via Zoom video conference. Students have choices and three price points for each weekly camp. If they live in the Southern California area, they can sign up for the week of camp which includes all the supplies and flowers they pick up curbside at Flower Duet’s studio. If campers live remotely, Flower Duet will ship their themed-camp box of supplies to them and they can procure the flowers from their local farmers and floral suppliers. Students can also choose an option where they can access the online materials but get all the flowers and supplies themselves.

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Samuel Brozina Millville NJ proud to share passion for traditional arts and crafts

Samuel Brozina

Samuel Brozina

MILLVILLE, NJ, USA, June 5, 2020 / — Landscaping company foreman and licensed pilot Samuel Brozina Millville NJ shares his love of crafting and traditional art.

A lifelong resident of Millville, New Jersey, Samuel Brozina Millville NJ has a keen interest in local history, as well as maintaining a love of crafting and traditional art. With a particular passion for wax-relief dyeing, Millville-based Samuel Brozina proudly shares a closer look at the traditional art form and explains his personal affinity for resist dyeing techniques.

"I've always enjoyed a love of arts and crafts, as far back as my early childhood," says Samuel Brozina Millville NJ, speaking from his home in Millville, New Jersey. With local history dating back as far as 300 years, then known as Shingle Landing, Millville, New Jersey, was first officially incorporated as a township in the early 1800s, according to Brozina.

Proud Millville resident Samuel Brozina Millville NJ is a keen local historian and hobby artist. One of the landscaping company foreman's favorite arts and crafts-focused hobbies include a method of wax-relief dyeing.

A form of resist dyeing, various methods are employed to prevent a variety of dyes from reaching parts of a given material, creating a pattern in the process. "The most widely used forms of resist or relief dyeing involve wax," explains Samuel Brozina Millville NJ. This is true of the relief dyeing method which he uses in his crafts, most often to decorate seasonal items, such as decorative Easter eggs for inclusion in traditional Easter baskets.

Resist dyeing techniques have been employed in Eurasia, Samuel Brozina Millville NJ goes on to point out, since ancient times. Artifacts have also subsequently been discovered, he says, in Egypt, China, Japan, and India – many dating back more than 1500 years.

Other examples have been found in Africa, particularly in Nigeria and Senegal, as well as elsewhere around the world, according to Samuel Brozina Millville NJ. "Among the most common forms of more modern wax-relief or resist dyeing seen today are batik and tie-dye," adds the landscaping company foreman and hobby artist.

Born and raised in Millville, New Jersey, as a teen, Samuel Brozina Millville NJ attended Millville Senior High School, a comprehensive community high school in Cumberland County. Following graduation, Brozina moved to nearby Cumberland County College, where he earned a degree in criminal justice.

Samuel Brozina Millville NJ's other hobbies and interests include war reenactment, local and natural history, and aviation. Brozina is, in fact, a licensed pilot and the proud owner of his very own vintage airplane. "Vintage airplanes are in big demand right now," says Samuel, who owns and regularly flies an ERCO Ercoupe, a low-wing monoplane aircraft designed and built in the United States until the early 1970s.

Briefly returning focus to his love of crafting and traditional art, Samuel Brozina Millville NJ explains his particular passion for traditional Easter egg dyeing. "Egg dyeing is an established tradition in Ukraine," he adds, wrapping up, "and the hobby of dyeing eggs, particularly at Easter, brings me closer to the roots of the Ukrainian side of my family."

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Simformer launches summer online intern program for students

Simformer launches summer online intern program for students

Online Summer Internship for students is effective and safe

Simformer platform launches a special online summer intern program for students of the faculties of economics, management and entrepreneurship.

NEW CASTLE, DELAWARE, USA, June 5, 2020 / — Simformer platform launches a special online summer intern program for students of the faculties of economics, management and entrepreneurship. The program starts on June 3 and is available to universities around the world.

The internship program is implemented in the format of a realistic business simulator in which a student in a virtual environment manages his own business, masters management skills, and practically applies the knowledge in economics and business management received at the university.

According to Sergey Menshchikov, CEO of Simformer, the summer intern program appeared in response to numerous requests from educational institutions. In the context of the pandemic and its consequences, the organization of full-fledged internship in real companies was not feasible. Therefore, many universities are trying to provide their students with the new, safest and most effective online learning and practical training formats. “In real life, no company will entrust an undergraduate trainee with the management of business processes that are really important for a real business. Business simulation provides the student with the opportunity to work as a top manager of the company, make responsible and complex management decisions, learn from their mistakes", added Sergey Menshchikov.

In a business simulator, students can use one of four scenarios: “Balanced Retail” – business management in the retail segment; “Cloth Road” – management of a commercial production company; “Motorcycle” – creation and launch of a complex, high-tech product, and “Way to success” – startup business simulator.

A student can independently choose internship, coordinating it with the teacher, or the university can centrally purchase a package of licenses for the whole course.

The new Simformer project will allow students not only to gain systemic knowledge and skills in business management, but also provide the teacher with a detailed report on the results of internship in the business simulation.

Simformer already has a number of successfully organized international projects for students. In 2016, a large-scale tournament on management and entrepreneurship Simformer Business Cup was held, in which several thousand students from 400 universities and 40 countries took part, and in 2019, the All-Russian Business Universiade Simformer Management Cup 2019 for several thousand students from more than 200 universities took place.

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Joyous Montessori Speaks About the Importance of Proper Childhood Development and Socialization


Joyous Montessori featured in exclusive online interview.

In a recent interview, the founder of Joyous Montessori, Vandana Semwal, shared the vision of the school and the lengths it takes to educate students

KELLER, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2020 / — The founder and owner of Joyous Montessori, Vandana Semwal, recently spoke on behalf of the school in an interview with Thrive Global. She shared various insights as well as the importance of proper childhood development and socialization.

Following the Montessori philosophy, Joyous Montessori provides children with valuable early education. Each location is independently owned and operated. Locations have trained and certified staff members that are passionate about children and focus on quality care.

In the interview, Vandana Semwal shared how Joyous Montessori has supported staff members throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Employees are the most important component for any business to succeed, care for your employees and they will help you grow,” said Mrs. Semwal.

“We did not let go any employee during the COVID-19 virus situation despite the low attendance of children in the school.”

She also shared how Joyous Montessori is working to make the world a better place through education.

“Children of today will be the leaders of tomorrow and we are doing our part by giving them a good education so that they become responsible citizens of the world,” she said.

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About Joyous Montessori

Joyous Montessori is a unique school that provides children with early education based on the Montessori philosophy. The school currently has locations in Keller, Lewisville, and Fort Worth, Texas. Each location is independently owned and operated and has trained and certified staff members that are passionate about children and focus on quality care. Joyous Montessori strives to motivate each child to explore his or her full potential with quality materials and curriculum as well as an extensive enrichment program that addresses the children’s emotional, physical, and social needs. The organization envisions growing and expanding to partner with like-minded families and professionals who are passionate about children and love to make a difference in their lives through wholesome education.

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New Book Promises to Help People Learn to Live a More Fulfilling and Inspired Life

Ignite Press announced the release of Signs of Life: God’s Invitation to a Better, Stronger & Longer Life, by spiritual leader and lifestyle expert Ken Johnson.

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 5, 2020 / — The book is available on Amazon at

Signs of Life presents 97 specific ways to be more alive, offering a wealth of practical ways to understanding and experiencing a better, stronger and longer life.

“It’s all about how to live deeper, higher, fuller, sweeter and richer than ever before,” says Ken. “If you are willing to invest five minutes of your day to learning how to become more alive, my hope is that each five-minute investment will yield a rich return on the other 1,435 minutes of your day.”

To celebrate the launch of the book, the Kindle version of the book will be on sale for 99 cents for a limited time.

The Creator wired Ken Johnson to be an entrepreneur. Before he was ten, he was shoveling snow in the winter and selling hand-picked wild blackberries door-to-door in the summer. Ken graduated in 1972 from George Fox University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and then experienced seven years of rich productivity as a businessman.

Surprisingly, Ken felt a divine nudge to leave the business realm where he was thriving and become a minister. He started by leading a little flock of thirty people, and years later he found himself leading thousands.

Ken served on the Foursquare Church international Board, and on the Foursquare Foundation Board for six years. The Foundation has awarded more than $52,000,000 in grants to fruitful Christian leaders and ministries throughout the world. Seeing tens of thousands of people all over the world find new life in God shot adrenaline into Ken’s soul.

In 2013, Ken, an avid outdoorsman, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. Ken handed the leadership of Westside Church (which is still thriving) to his assistant, but he didn’t retire. He ‘re-fired.’ He continued to speak various places and began to direct more and more of his energy to mentoring leaders and writing.

Ken has published three books: Life2 – The Life You Were Created to Live, When it All Comes Down it All Comes Down to This, and Signs of Life – God’s Invitation to a Better, Stronger and Longer Life. Ken is preparing to publish a trilogy called Your Wildest Dream.

Ken’s focus is helping people become more alive through his books and his blog: Much More Alive. Whether writing or speaking, Ken is a vibrant, adventurous storyteller who uses stories to open people’s minds and unbridle powerful emotions. Nothing thrills Ken more than helping people become more prolific, more purposeful, more alive!

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School Furniture Market 2020 Global Industry Demand, Sales, Suppliers, Analysis and Forecasts to 2026

Wiseguyreports.Com Publish New Report On-“Covid-19 Impact on School Furniture Market 2020 Global Analysis by Sales, Demand, Trends, Consumption and Growth 2026”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, June 5, 2020 / —

School Furniture Market 2020

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Herman Miller
HNI Corporation
Minyi Furniture
Ailin Technology
Fleetwood Group
British Thornton
Lanlin Teaching
Jirong Furniture
Smith System
Huihong Teching Equipment
Metalliform Holdings Ltd
Infiniti Modules
Jiansheng Furniture
Ballen Panels

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The analysis and the forecast of the School Furniture market are examined on a global level along with a regional focus. An extensive look at the regions included in the School Furniture market is concentrated; the report emphasizes on the major regions such as Europe, the Middle East & Africa, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and North America. These regions are considered with regards to the analysis of the established trends and a number of prospects as well as a stance that could help the School Furniture market in the long term.

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The School Furniture market is examined on the basis of a mixture of parameters that form Porter’s Five Force Model through the forecast period to create a thorough understanding. Moreover, the data specialist employs the SWOT based on which the report is capable of giving precise details about the School Furniture market. The in-depth analysis of the market helps identify and accentuate its focal strengths, threats, and prospects.

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Table of Contents –Analysis of Key Points
1 Market Overview
2 Manufacturers Profiles
3 Global School Furniture Sales, Revenue, Market Share and Competition by Manufacturer (2018-2019)
4 Global School Furniture Market Analysis by Regions
5 North America School Furniture by Country
6 Europe School Furniture by Country
7 Asia-Pacific School Furniture by Country
8 South America School Furniture by Country
9 Middle East and Africa School Furniture by Countries
10 Global School Furniture Market Segment by Type
11 Global School Furniture Market Segment by Application
12 School Furniture Market Forecast (2020-2026)
13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
14 Research Findings and Conclusion
15 Appendix
List of Tables and Figures

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