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Week 2: Wedding flower trends for the year 2020!

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What are the wedding flower trends for 2020?

Flower trends have ebbed and flowed throughout the past century, with flower crowns spiking in the ‘80s and the early 2010’s, now wedding flowers are all about colour and incorporating as much greenery as possible.

London-based florist Blooming Haus predicts the biggest wedding floral buzzwords for 2020 will be ‘light’, ‘ethereal’, ‘delicate’ and ‘sustainable’ and reveal to the Standard the other biggest floral trends we can expect to see next year below. (source).

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More info

Inventor: MICHAL KOWALSKI
Website: Blooming Haus

Price (EUR): Not available yet, contact them here.

Poll

Are you going to marry this year?

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Week 51: Seasonal greetings!

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Happy 2020!

It was a great year for Newcalf. Several new customers, a lot of innovation and growth! Thanks for being interested in our stories, for following us online and our business together.

2020 will be another great year hopefully. We wish you all the best, good health and great new ideas.

But not just new ideas, make them work, commercialize them and make business out of it! Need any help, please contact us!

Happy new year!

Team Newcalf

 

Week 29: Aqueti, cameras that take you beyond what the eye can see

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What is special about the Aqueti camera?

The Mantis parallel supercameras offer a distinct advantage in security and surveillance, with capabilities to solve complex needs for clients ranging from concert and sports venues to airports and cities. Mantis imaging systems eliminate the limitations of traditional video setups that rely on multiple, mechanical pan-tilt-zoom cameras. These conventional cameras can record only the targeted areas at the expense of missing crucial details and moments in the larger field of view. With the Mantis camera, you can record everything within the field of view. All of this media can be explored live and after it’s been stored. A week or months later, you can zoom in and review all the data. (source).

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More info

Inventor: David Brady
Website: Aqueti.com 
History: started developing in 2012

Price (USD): Roughly 25K, contact them: info@aqueti.com

Poll

Do you think there is a market for high end cameras?

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