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Body Shop India collaborates with WWF India to protect World’s most Endangered Animals this Christmas

Shoppers will be able to help protect some of the world's most endangered species this Christmas by buying gifts for their loved ones

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One of the endangered animal, Tiger. Pixabay

New Delhi, December 13, 2016: The Body Shop India has collaborated with WWF India to protect endangered animals like orangutans, tigers and monkeys. Actress Jacqueline Fernandez, the cosmetic brand’s ambassador, is all for the “responsible” move.

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Shoppers will be able to help protect some of the world’s most endangered species this Christmas by buying gifts for their loved ones from the brand and every selected gift a customer buys, will help protect endangered animals in Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia and endangered habitat in Vietnam.

This move comes under Bio-Bridges programme of the brand that aims to regenerate 75 million square metres of forest by 2020 in locations which are rich in biodiversity and home to some of the world’s most endangered animals, helping to protect them from exploitation such as poaching and unsustainable logging.

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Jacqueline said in a statement: “Through my association with the brand, I want to share my concern towards wildlife and want people to be more aware socially and morally.”

The brand’s products, she said, “are deeply inspired from nature and natural ingredients are at the heart of their products, it is 100% vegetarian and it is forever against animal testing”.

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“The initiative towards protecting nature and wildlife is a tremendous move towards humanity and being responsible,” added the Sri Lankan beauty. (IANS)

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Consumer Spending on App Store got Around $277mn on Christmas Globally: Report

The top non-game app for overall spending on Christmas was Tinder, which saw is gross revenue near $2.1 million globally

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Consumer spending in apps and mobile games on Christmas accounted for about 5 per cent of all revenue generated by the stores in December, which reached nearly $5.1 billion globally, it added. Wikimedia Commons

Consumer consolidated spending on the app stores totalled a record $277 million on Christmas Day 2019, showing a 18.7 per cent rise year on year.

Apple’s App Store accounted for 70 per cent of spending between the two platforms at $193 million, growing about 16 per cent year on year. Approximately $84 million was spent on Google Play, which represented year on year growth of 2.7 per cent, revealed analytics firm Sensor Tower recently.

Consumer spending in apps and mobile games on Christmas accounted for about 5 per cent of all revenue generated by the stores in December, which reached nearly $5.1 billion globally, it added.

This was 8 per cent greater than the approximately $4.7 billion spent across both platforms during December 2018.

The majority of mobile spending on Christmas, approximately $210 million, was focused on the Games category, which generated 76 per cent of revenue across both stores and grew about 8 per cent year on year from $195 million.

PUBG Mobile from Tencent’s TiMi studio led in-game spending with $8.5 million, up 431 per cent from the $1.6 million players spent in the game on Christmas 2018.

Non-game apps accounted for approximately 2 per cent more of all spending this Christmas compared to a year prior, bringing in an estimated $67 million. This reflected year on year growth of about 24 per cent from $54 million.

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Approximately $84 million was spent on Google Play globally, which represented year on year growth of 2.7 per cent, revealed analytics firm Sensor Tower recently. Pixabay

Entertainment category apps, which include SVOD services such as Disney+ and Tencent Video, accounted for the largest portion of non-game spending-24 per cent-on the App Store, while 16 per cent of Google Play revenue outside of games came from that store’s top-earning category for the day, Social.

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The top non-game app for overall spending on Christmas was Tinder, which saw is gross revenue near $2.1 million globally. (IANS)