Global Mini LED Market Projected to Garner $3,342.6 Million and Grow with 85.6% CAGR from 2019 to 2026 – Exclusive Report [Pages-170] by Research Dive

Global Mini LED Market Projected to Garner $3,342.6 Million and Grow with 85.6% CAGR from 2019 to 2026 – Exclusive Report [Pages-170] by Research Dive

New York, USA, July 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Analysis Dive has added a record at the global mini LED market to its repository. The record states that the marketplace is estimated to surpass $3,342.6 million and develop with a considerable CAGR of 85.6% from 2019 to 2026. The record is an in-depth learn about presenting exhaustive lookout of the current situation and long term point of view of the worldwide marketplace. The record is articulated via veteran marketplace analysts…

In spectator-less Olympics, hotel bust drives retail boom

TOKYO — This month’s decision to hold the Tokyo Olympics without fans at venues around the capital has dashed the hospitality industry’s hopes of a boost to business, but sales of pricey watches and TVs are on the rise instead as consumers put freed-up money elsewhere. The cost of hotel rooms has plunged since the July 8 announcement as businesses try to woo back travelers. The median price for a room for two adults on Thursday — the day before…

Schneider, Brand Energy to Develop Licensed Home Electronic Products

Schneider Consumer Group has chosen Brand Energy to help it grow its famous consumer electronics and home appliance brand, Schneider, in North America, Asia and Africa. Brand Energy will oversee recruiting regional partners to design, source, promote and market Schneider branded goods under license, including kitchen appliances, televisions, audio, computer, tablet, mobile and fixed phone equipment and accessories. More details will be released in the coming weeks.…
Panasonic nears deal to outsource TV production to China’s TCL

Panasonic nears deal to outsource TV production to China’s TCL

OSAKA — Panasonic is poised to outsource production of televisions to Chinese rival TCL, the world’s third-largest TV maker, in the Japanese electronics group’s latest move to cut costs in a segment where its brand has faded, Nikkei has learned. The two sides are negotiating the scope of the production contract, with Panasonic aiming to reach an agreement as soon as next month. Panasonic follows other leading Japanese brands in ditching or scaling down TV manufacturing, once a major field…