Pegasus Development AG: Green light for multiple production sites worldwide

Pegasus Development AG: Green light for multiple production sites worldwide

Announcement: Expansion of the Pegastril-Nuevo production facility


CHUR, SWITZERLAND – EQS Newswire – 5 June 2020 – Under the leadership of board member Roberto Spano, the management of Pegasus
Development AG
has decided to further expand Pegastril-Nuevo
production facilities.

New production facilities will be set up at several locations across the world
and the site in Turkey is being expanded. These investments will also create
new jobs.

The takeover and expansion of the following production facilities are
planned in all 20 countries of Latin America, as well as France, Spain,
Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique,
Angola, Mauritius, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, São Tome, and Mongolia.

The demand for disinfectants has skyrocketed as a result of the coronavirus.
Especially high revenues are expected from products which are based on
vegetable surfactants and are alcohol-free, such as Nuevo. This was the
decisive factor in the management’s decision to further expand the quantity and
range of Nuevo products.

Development AG
promptly secured the exclusive rights by investing
in Nuevo, thereby developing the Pegastril-Nuevo brand. You can find more
information about the products at: With new technologies
and innovative ideas, Pegastril-Nuevo is working to prevent the further spread
of the coronavirus and any future pandemics. Among other things, disinfection
booths have been developed that can spray the whole body with disinfectant
within a few seconds. These cabins are primarily intended for use at airports,
train stations, and public places. A single tank of disinfectant would be
enough to disinfect 10,000 people, each taking ten to twenty seconds to treat.

Pegastril-Nuevo already supplies Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and
Nigeria in addition to the European countries.

In future, virus protection will be the top priority in all business areas.
It is becoming obvious that every restaurant and shopping centre will be
required to place such a disinfectant cabin at its entrance. This is the
precisely where revenue is expected to grow in the future. The cabins will
allow brick & mortar shops to remain competitive against e-commerce sites.

This will open up an immense market for Pegasus Development AG that promises
tremendous growth.

The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

84000 Launches an Animation Video to Preserve Buddhist Texts

84000 Launches an Animation Video to Preserve Buddhist Texts

British actress Joanna Lumley lends voice to save cultural heritage


New York City – Media OutReach – June 5, 2020 – 84000:
Translating the Words of the Buddha
, a global non-profit initiative to translate and preserve the Tibetan
Buddhist Canon, is launching a video campaign to raise awareness around one of
the world’s largest and oldest collections of writings: With 230,000 pages
locked within the fading Classical Tibetan language, the world is on the brink
of losing access to a priceless archive of wisdom. This launch marks 84000’s 10th


In 2009, a conference of the world’s leading Tibetan Buddhist teachers, translators,
and academics concluded that less than 5% of the Canon had ever been
translated into a language spoken today. That 5% of writings has already
offered the modern world much insight into the mind, human psychology,
relationships, and ethics.


Since its founding, 84000 has awarded over US$6
million in grants to translation teams around the world–from UCSB, Oxford, the University
of Vienna, through to Rangjung Yeshe Institute (Nepal)–who work to decipher the
Tibetan Buddhist Canon.


“The number of scholars who are both proficient in
Classical Tibetan and trained to interpret this profound philosophy, is
fast-fading,” explains Huang Jing-Rui, 84000’s executive director. “If we don’t
act now, imagine how much wisdom might be lost forever, locked within this
ancient language.”


In just ten years, 84000 has translated over 30% of the sūtras. It has the endorsement of all four major sects of
Tibetan Buddhism, and continues to work with the support of some of the most
learned, living teachers of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.


This historic initiative makes freely available for
the first time, primary-source material in English that is proving invaluable
for international scholarship on Buddhist history, philosophy, and insight into
the development and transfer of cultures across Asia. And 84000 continually
integrates new technologies with its digital library giving its readers access to multi-language
glossaries, and source-text, bilingual reading ability. The translated Tibetan
Buddhist Canon is made available freely to the public to enjoy.

The launch of this 3-min animation, voiced
by award-winning, British
actress Joanna Lumley, is accompanied by a weekend “Like and Share” campaign from June 5th (5am EST/5pm SG) till June 7th (5pm EST/June 8 5am SG).
With millions confined to their homes, 84000 urges everyone to make their screen
time count: With one click, help preserve the world’s largest archive of


“It’s entirely possible that the survival of the
Buddhadharma could depend on it being translated into other languages,” notes
the Founding Chair, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche known for his long-sighted
vision and innovation in an arena that still highly values conservatism. “By
translating and making available the Tibetan Buddhist texts to modern people, a
vast swath of Buddhist civilization and culture may be saved from annihilation.”


Today’s launch coincides with Saga Dawa, a day
celebrated by Buddhists around the world to commemorate the Buddha’s birth,
enlightenment, and passing.



Directed by: Queena Li

Produced by: Blacksugar

Voiceover by: Joanna Lumley (English), Leah Dou (Chinese)


NTUC LearningHub Survey: Adaptive Skills Most Critical to Business Viability in Covid-19 Era, According to Employers

NTUC LearningHub Survey: Adaptive Skills Most Critical to Business Viability in Covid-19 Era, According to Employers

 – 5 June 2020 – Amid the Covid-19 downturn, adaptive skills top the list of workforce competencies
that employers in Singapore consider critical to surviving the economic impact
of the coronavirus outbreak. This is one of the key findings in the recent NTUC
‘s Employer Skills Survey report.

The survey, which was conducted
during the ‘circuit breaker’ in April 2020 with business leaders across
Singapore, aimed to uncover the most in-demand skillsets in the Covid-19 era. The
findings include the top skills by industry: Built Environment, Essential
Domestic Services, Lifestyle, Manufacturing and Professional Services, and
Trade and Connectivity.


Overall, adaptive skills
such as ‘Adaptability and Resilience’ (voted by 56%), ‘Teamwork and
Collaboration’ (voted by 52%) and ‘Innovation’ (voted by 49%) had superseded digital-related
competencies including ‘Digital Marketing’ (voted by 44%) and Project
Management Skills (voted by 43%).


In addition, two in
three employers (65%) deem ‘improving soft skills or adaptive skills’ an
imperative when sending their workers for training during this period, further underpinning
the significant emphasis that businesses are placing on this competency.


Commenting on the
findings, NTUC LearningHub’s CEO Kwek Kok Kwong says, “As we enter phase one of
re-opening the economy, we face a new normal. And as the changes persist, so
will the enduring importance of adaptive skills in helping workers and
companies remain resilient. Workers must actively identify gaps in their current
skillsets to determine the areas in which they need to upskill to keep pace
with evolving labour market demands.”


“Adaptability and
Resilience are especially pertinent during these uncertain times as workers
would need to adjust to new work environments, with remote working being a key
aspect. They will also need to be equipped with the skills that enable them to
quickly recover from challenges arising from the downturn, while keeping up the
morale of their teams. In addition, Teamwork and Collaboration skills would
help workers cope with the evolving world of work as they help increase
productivity and spur innovation. This in turn will help accelerate business

To download the full NTUC
LearningHub’s Employer Skills Survey report, visit

About NTUC LearningHub

NTUC LearningHub was corporatised in 2004 with
the vision of transforming the lifelong employability of working people. We
work with both corporate and individual clients to provide learning solutions
in areas such as Infocomm Technology, Healthcare, Employability & Literacy,
Business Excellence, Workplace Safety & Health, Security, Human Resources
and Foreign Worker Training.


To date, NTUC LearningHub has helped over
21,000 organisations and achieved over 2.5 million training places across more
than 500 courses with a pool of over 400 certified trainers. As a Total
Learning Solutions provider to organisations, we also forge partnerships and
provide a wide range of relevant end-to-end training solutions and work
constantly to improve our training quality and delivery. 


For more
information, visit

#ENDWILDLIFECRIME Initiative Aims to End Wildlife Crime – For Good.

#ENDWILDLIFECRIME Initiative Aims to End Wildlife Crime – For Good.

HONG KONG, CHINA – Media OutReach – June 5 2020 – The economic, health and social impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic provide a stark reminder of the high risks associated with the under-regulated, poorly regulated and illegal trade in wildlife, a new international initiative to “End Wildlife Crime” announced today.
Photograph by Paul Hilton / Earth Tree Images [No archive, no resale, 1 time use]. 
Further press materials, copyright information and captions can be downloaded here.

On 5th June World Environment Day, an alliance of environmental, policy, legal, business and public health experts urged the global community to address serious gaps in international law by:

  • creating a new global agreement on wildlife crime, and
  • making changes to existing international wildlife trade laws to include public and animal health considerations in decision making.  

Transnational wildlife crime is a $200 billion-a-year illegal industry but this figure pales in comparison to the costs to local communities, public and animal health and to our environment. Yet there currently is no global legal agreement on wildlife crime.


“The COVID-19 pandemic reminds us, in a devastating way, of the interconnected nature of things, most particularly among economies, the environment, human and wildlife health and welfare”, said John Scanlon AO, former Secretary General of CITES and Chair of the #endwildlifecrime Initiative. “Our international laws, programmes and funds do not yet reflect this reality, which is also largely the case at the national level.” 

Scanlon continued: “The current international system for regulating wildlife trade and combating wildlife crime is inadequate, and, left as it is, will not prevent the next pandemic.”

Will Travers OBE, co-founder and Executive President of the Born Free Foundation said that there is urgent need for transformative change before it is too late.

“More than a million wild species face extinction and the risk of another global pandemic cannot be ignored,” Travers said. “By bearing down on wildlife crime we can help slow, halt then reverse the decline in biodiversity. We can also help to ensure that humanity never again has to suffer the devastating impacts on public health, livelihoods and social order that we are witnessing today.”

Chaired by Scanlon, hosted by ADM Capital Foundation in Hong Kong, and with Founding members the Born Free Foundation, The Food and Land Use Coalition, the Global Environmental Institute and The ICCF Group, the Initiative gathers an array of organisations and individuals in its Steering Group representing environmental, policy, business and public health interests. The initiative also includes advisers on private sector engagement and building partnerships, as well as a technical support group that includes renowned international lawyers and criminologists.

How will the Initiative take action?

The Initiative has come together to support the development and adoption of a wildlife crime protocol under the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime (UNTOC), and amendments to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), the global agreement that regulates international wildlife trade, that would incorporate public and animal health criteria into its decision making.

These two inter-related reforms would bring new wildlife trade restrictions on public and animal health grounds, and bans on high-risk markets and consumption, alongside a cooperative global enforcement effort to end wildlife crime.  

 “We need new legal mechanisms to tackle the devastating impact these crimes have on local communities, country economies and global public health”, said Doug Flynn, SYSTEMIQ’s biodiversity lead, representing the Food and Land Use Coalition.

How does wildlife crime and trade endanger global heath?

Scientific research indicates that the highly contagious coronavirus that causes COVID-19 was most likely transmitted to humans from its reservoir host, a horseshoe bat, via another intermediate host species, possibly a pangolin.

“We have ignored the warnings for years that wildlife markets are repositories for disease, yet the trade has continued with insufficient regulation”, said Lisa Genasci, CEO of the ADM Capital Foundation.  “Sadly, it’s easier to maintain the status quo than act to protect global health.”

As COVID-19 cases climb into the millions, the global death toll creeps towards 400,000, and the health risks of wildlife trade and crime are better known, the time has clearly arrived for the international legal framework governing wildlife trade that dates to back to the 1970’s to be reformed, the Group said.

“It is essential that we address the dangers of commercial wildlife trade and commercial markets – especially as they lead to pandemics such as the one we are confronting at this moment – while respecting indigenous rights and sustainable means of wildlife utilization”, said David H. Barron, Chairman of The ICCF Group.

Don’t we already have laws on this?

The UN World Wildlife Crime Report found that wild species of animals and plants are bought and sold for meat, for traditional medicines, for furniture, as pets, and for other luxury or non-essential products, with the Report finding that 7,000 of the 36,000 species listed under CITES are in the illegal trade.

While CITES was established to ensure that the international trade in wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival, it does not apply to domestic trade. CITES requires Parties to penalise rather than criminalise breaches, and it only applies to less than 0.5% of the world’s eight million species.

CITES does not include animal or public health criteria in its decision making. Taking a One Health approach to the wildlife trade is needed if we are to minimise the risks of disease spilling over from wild animal populations to humans again.

In his capacity as Chair of the Steering Group, Scanlon encouraged organisations from across all sectors, and interested individuals, to show their support by signing onto the initiative at

“If we do not act boldly now to institutionalise the changes that are needed to laws, I fear we may find ourselves back in the same place in the not too distant future”, Scanlon said.  “This Initiative puts forward reforms that can best position us to avert the next wildlife-related pandemic.”

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Cushman & Wakefield Research Predicts New Normal for Workplace

Cushman & Wakefield Research Predicts New Normal for Workplace

Largest Survey on Working from Home During Pandemic Reveals Work Will Shift from Office-Based to Total Workplace Ecosystem, Balancing Office, Home and Other Locations


 – 4 June 2020
– Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) recently analyzed responses from
more than 40,000 people in the largest survey conducted on work-from-home
experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing insight into how employees
are coping and what the new normal will look like as offices reopen.


The survey results
demonstrate that, during the pandemic, productivity remains strong and team
collaboration has reached new heights through better leverage of remote
technology. Three quarters of respondents agree or strongly agree that they are
collaborating effectively with colleagues in the current environment — up 10%
from the pre-COVID-19 period — and 73% think companies should embrace flexible
working policies.


“It’s imperative
to recognize that the workplace will no longer be a single location, but an
ecosystem of a variety of locations and experiences to support convenience,
functionality and employee wellbeing,” said Brett White, Executive
Chairman & CEO of Cushman & Wakefield
. “That said, we expect
current real estate footprint sizes to remain steady. Flexible working
practices may result in fewer people in the office at any one time, but that
space-saving is offset by the need to accommodate social distancing in the


Remote working may be
here to stay, but results also show human connection and social bonding are
suffering, thus negatively impacting corporate culture and learning. Slightly
more than half of respondents feel connected to their colleagues in the
work-from-home environment.


“As we look to
the future, the office will have a new purpose: to provide inspiring
destinations that strengthen cultural connection, enhance learning, encourage
bonding among colleagues and customers, and foster creativity and
innovation,” said Despina Katsikakis, Head of Workplace Business
at Cushman & Wakefield.


Carol Wong, Director
and Head of Workplace Delivery, Asia Pacific
added, “The results for Asia Pacific
are similar to the rest of the world in that employees in this region are also
finding themselves to be as equally or more productive when working from home.
However, given the cultural diversity in Asia Pacific, it is important for
organizations to take a ‘Glocal’ approach (appropriately apply global trends
locally) in designing the future of their workplaces. Individual cultural
nuances as well as employees’ readiness for change have to be considered in
order to maintain or enhance employees’ experience and engagement levels.” 


“Flexibility is
accelerating in China,” said Jonathan Wei, Managing Director, Head of
Occupier Services, China
at Cushman & Wakefield. “By adopting a
data-driven, evidence-based approach companies can develop innovative
strategies that support a combination of office-based and remote working to
leverage success and manage challenges.”


John Siu, Managing
Director, Hong Kong at Cushman & Wakefield
said, “Remote working apparently
does not fit all trades, however, given the global-top office rental levels in
Hong Kong, for those companies that could adopt remote working as a viable
alternative, it will be a way to help save costs and attract talents.”


Cushman &
Wakefield has adopted a data-driven, evidenced-based approach to understanding
key drivers of workplace experience through its Experience per Square Foot™
(XSF) database, a proprietary tool that tracks real estate and workplace
metrics. The firm has analyzed over 2.5 million data points related to
workplace experience pre-COVID-19, and a further 1.7 million data points in the
current work-from-home environment.


Visit The Future of
to download the report.


About Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) is a leading global
real estate services firm that delivers exceptional value for real estate
occupiers and owners. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest real estate
services firms with 51,000 employees in approximately 400 offices and 70
countries. Across Greater China, there are 22 offices servicing the local
market. The company won four of the top awards in the Euromoney Survey 2017
& 2018 in the categories of Overall, Agency Letting/Sales, Valuation and
Research in China. In 2018, the firm had revenue of $8.2 billion across core
services of property, facilities and project management, leasing, capital
markets, advisory and other services. To learn more, visit or follow us on
LinkedIn (

Achiko Limited: Achiko extends platform to tackle Indonesia’s Covid-19 pandemic problem

Achiko Limited: Achiko extends platform to tackle Indonesia’s Covid-19 pandemic problem

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND – EQS Newswire – 4 June 2020 – Achiko Ltd. (ISIN KGY0101M1024), a FinTech
company listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange, has launched its product, Teman
Sehat ( and is currently conducting testing. Based on the
Achiko platform, Teman Sehat, meaning “Health Buddy” in Indonesian,
is a set of interconnected health-related applications, starting with Covid-19
test results capture and contact tracing. Initial acceptance testing has
produced encouraging feedback in Indonesia and Achiko plans expanded trials in
June 2020.

Upon checking in at a location, Teman Sehat charges a small fee. Those fees are
collected by Achiko and allocated to health care and quarantine facilities as
well as public education, subsidising tests for Covid-19. The result is
displayed on a temporary badge that verifies users’ testing status in order to be
able to proceed to safe areas such as boarding a plane, working at a food
processing plant, workplaces, schools and many other places. Achiko is looking
forward to being able to report market reach, average fees collected, testing
numbers and other key metrics over the next few months.

Achiko itself will not perform Covid-19 tests, and will work with partners
to organise testing, to help subsidise testing costs and to make the results
meaningful to places such as workplaces, airports, schools, aged care facilities
and many other locations where the risks and consequences of Covid-19 may be

Achiko’s platform approach has expanded from payments to innovations in
industry verticals such as e-commerce and Buy Now / Pay Later, wealth
management, gaming and other industries. The Teman Sehat ecosystem is an
example of how Achiko is responding to the current challenges and opportunities
in business and economy with a solution that aims to increase the benefits of
testing while also reducing or offsetting the costs of testing, quarantine,
education and healthcare.

Achiko is contemplating other applications to be included on its platform
such as telehealth, ticketing or couponing and is looking forward to building
and evaluating product extensions as time passes. The next steps will be to
extend Achiko’s contractual footprint in Indonesia and generate services on its
platform. Achiko no longer has a relationship with Trustscan Pte Ltd. and is
proceeding with an alternative set of solutions.


This communication expressly or implicitly contains certain forward-looking
statements concerning Achiko Ltd. and its business. Such statements involve
certain known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which could
cause the actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of
Achiko Ltd. to be materially different from any future results, performance or
achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Achiko
Ltd. is providing this communication as of this date and does not undertake to
update any forward-looking statements contained herein as a result of new
information, future events or otherwise.

The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

About Achiko

Achiko (ISIN KGY0101M1024) is a commercial platform that creates win-win
outcomes for businesses and their customers who seek to entertain themselves,
connect and enjoy diverse and unique experiences. It is listed on the SIX Swiss
Stock Exchange (ACHI:SW).

The company’s platform enables people to pay for unique and useful things to
do and intends to be a place to be. It does this through an open API and an
extensible wallet platform, marketed directly to consumers and through
enterprises. Achiko is continuously adding additional services, both directly
and through partners, including e-commerce, consumer credit, savings and, most
recently, healthcare.

Achiko has significant shareholders such as MNC Group, the largest media
company in Southeast Asia. Its shareholder base also includes MOX, China’s
largest venture capital company focussing exclusively on the mobile sector and
one of the three largest global VC companies in this field.

Further information can be found at

Singapore’s LABMED shipped over 20 million masks to meet global demand

Singapore’s LABMED shipped over 20 million masks to meet global demand

Rising Singapore medical equipment company has been supplying much needed masks, PPEs to Covid-19 hotspots worldwide


 – 4 June 2020 – Singapore based LABMED is playing
a crucial role in supplying medical masks and medical personal protective
equipment (PPE) globally, to countries such as India, Malaysia, Germany and the

To date, LABMED has shipped over 20 million masks globally. With
the increase in demand for PPEs and other medical supplies during the current Covid-19
crisis, LABMED’s Regional Managing Director, Wilson, elaborates how they are
contributing in the fight against this global pandemic, “Our manufacturing
plant in China has 480 employees working round the clock to produce medical
PPEs.  These are all quality products that have received worldwide

“Our company also recently introduced into Singapore our latest product – the VTM (Virus
Transport Medium) kits for the transport and containment of Covid-19 swab test
results,” adds Jason, who is the Managing Director.

LABMED’s Regional Managing Director, Wilson, and Managing Director, Jason.


Having collaborated with many well-known organizations to provide
R&D and procurement services for specialized medical supplies, LABMED is
making its global presence felt in the sales of pharmaceutical devices.

In a short span of four months, from 1 Feb 2020 to 1 June 2020, the
company’s revenue increased exponentially to hit more than S$35 million.

LABMED had been predominantly supplying their products to the US,
Germany and the UAE, however, the developing Covid-19 situation has seen the
company enter new markets with the urgent call to supply much needed PPEs from
Asia to Covid-19  ‘hot-spots’ in Europe
and North America.


LABMED, a subsidiary of Kin Seng Hong Pte Ltd that was established since
1977, is a brand created by Wilson and Jason (known as Labelmed Pte Ltd) that
specializes in the manufacture of disposable civil mask, medical mask, surgical
mask, KN95-FFP2 mask and other medical instruments.  Strategically headquartered
in Singapore with access to a wide distribution network both locally and
globally.  The company has a strong connection in exporting products all
over the world, with special focus on the US, France, Germany and United

The company has collaborated with many local well-known medical device
companies, MNCs as well as government entities to provide new and existing
customers with procurement services for medical supplies such as medical masks,
protective suit, rubber gloves, goggles, thermometer, disinfectant, hand
lotion, mask production equipment as well as nasal swab test kit for Covid-19.

LABMED has a large inventory of medical masks, they are able to handle
fast delivery, and ensure direct-factory price supply.


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