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A newly established Edinburgh firm Breathe Easy is producing the first face masks for the lip-reading community in Scotland.
Set up last month by city businessman Gavin McAdam to help in the fight against Covid-19, the company has been inundated with orders for their re-usable face coverings since trialling the first prototypes in early April this year.
Breathe Easy is currently manufacturing around 200 masks a day, with over 5000 having already been distributed for free to those in need around the Capital and beyond. Plans are being put in place to increase production in line with demand.
Gavin, who is fully funding the operation from his own pocket, took over rental of a tailoring workshop in Newington to complement his Corstorphine base and now has a staff of seven, including three full-time seamstresses to cope with the soaring demand – all adhering to the social distancing guidelines in the
Virgin Australia is expected to receive as many as eight non-binding indicative offers from potential buyers, which will be whittled down over the next few days to a shortlist of around three, its administrators said.… Read More
Jameson Fleming, the chief of staff at Adweek, is becoming the publication’s senior editor for memberships.
“I’ll be leading our strategy to build a stronger membership program from designing new members-only benefits, better newsletters and features that help readers discover more of our content,” he wrote on Twitter.
As chief of staff at Adweek, he focused on newsletters and audience development. He previously served as Adweek’s news editor and associate web editor. He also oversaw Adweek’s Super Bowl coverage.
Previously, Fleming worked for Syracuse.com as a web editor and CBSSports.com as a social media editor. He holds a broadcast journalism degree from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications.