People that we've helped in 2016 (So far)

Daniela Raquel

(A passionate modeling girl, working hard to reach her goals in the modeling world.)

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"The greatest achievement in life is doing what others say you cannot do."



(A very talented youtuber, showing her new makeup every day and good at giving reviews.)

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"Hello lovelies! My name is Sarah, and while I'm relatively new to the world of makeup, I have to say I'm completely in love! This exciting new space has quickly become my creative outlet. I love trying out new products and playing with bold colours."



(A blogger on Tumblr, giving an interesting mix of her interests and her own personal life, and many things just for fun!)

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"I like bands a lot, and I write a lot, and I'm a superawesome human being."

Want some Green Tea?

Green tea is a very popular product with many good sides. It contains antioxidants and many natural ingredients which keeps your body and soul healthy. Not only has it been very popular since the 90's, it's one of the absolute most popular products on the market as of 2016. Our teas comes from Assam in India (Click to show on map)

We offer the following tea types (we can find a special type just for you if you wish)

Selim Hill Classic Green Tea € 7 for 40 cups)

Pascoe's Woodlands Classic Winter Green € 3 for 40 cups)

Pascoe's Woodlands Classic Winter Frost Tea € 3 for 40 cups)

Glenburn Classic Spring Green € 4 for 40 cups)

Upper Namring Special Spring Green € 4.50 for 40 cups)

Morning Dew € 8 for 40 cups)

Mouling Classic Autumn Green € 3 for 40 cups)

Green Earl Grey Tea € 9 for 40 cups)

Barnesbeg Special Summer Green € 3 for 40 cups) 

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What's hot on july 11th?

"The Man Who Gave New York Its Greatest Candy Store Has Passed Away. Morris "Moishe" Cohen opened New York’s Economy Candy way back in 1937, toward the end of the Great Depression. He was only 19 at the time, and on Friday, he passed away at the age of 97. The family-owned Lower East Side store — now run by his grandson, Mitchell Cohen — has become one of New York’s all-time classics, selling thousands and thousands of gum balls, chocolate-covered marshmallows, candy Legos, halvah bars, and dried cherries."

"The U.S. and China will lay out key data points this week, giving a snapshot of the world’s top consumer economy and its biggest exporter. In Europe, the focus is on further fallout from the U.K.’s vote to exit the European Union, including a possible rate move by the Bank of England.
WEDNESDAY: China releases its import and export figures. Some economists forecast a year-on-year drop in June of up to 5.5% in exports and 7.2% for imports. In May, exports slid 4.1% and imports decreased 0.4%, expanding China’s trade surplus to $49.98 billion. Beijing officials have worried this year that trade is being used as an unauthorized way of sending capital out of the country."

"The impressive performance of Japan's ruling coalition government at parliamentary elections on Sunday is a reminder to Prime Minister Abe that his first and foremost priority remained the economy, not political reforms.
Abenomics, the set of radical economic policies designed to end Japan's deflation funk, has experienced a number of setbacks in its three-and-a-half-year existence, but the ruling coalition party still managed to secure 70 out of the 121 seats up for grabs in the upper house at Sunday's vote. That means the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and the New Komeito Party now have a majority in both houses of parliament."

"The UK economy is already showing early signs of stress in the wake of the Brexit vote with a consumer spending and productivity ndex slipping to multi-year lows last month.
Business activity in the second quarter of the year fell to three-year lows, according to Lloyds Bank’s tracker for manufacturing and services, with London emerging as a key casualty of the political and economic uncertainty caused by the referendum."

UK: Hotels in the capital rattled by fear of terrorism

Fear of terrorism seem to have hit the London hotel market. The Premier Inn chain have said that they could 'reduce investments' because they view it as 'not unlikely' that a terrorist attack could take place in London. After all, London is one of the biggest trade zones in Europe, and in these insecure times one can never know.

Whitbread, owner of Costa Coffee, have demonstrated a drop of 6pc in total revenue-per-available room. Like-for-like sales dropped with 3pc.

At the whole of it, like-for-like revpar have slipped 0.5pc - comparable to the 1.2pc rise in the wider markets to June 2nd. Alison Brittain said that the slides without doubt have been triggered by nervousness of terrorism in bigger cities - even if some of the decline can be attributed to the company extending its hotels. 

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