Black Friday is relatively new for Cyprus. Until lately only a couple of shops were celebrating the day. However, the good news is that Black Friday is becoming more and more popular in Cyprus, as time passes.
Polarity Technologies Ltd did a small research for you this year. Below are 33 shops that DO celebrate Black Friday, offering competitive deals. Get ready for tomorrow!
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Originally published at http://polarity.com.cy on November 26, 2020.
Although the weather here in Cyprus is getting colder, if you love ice cream as much as PolariTeam does, then you won’t be able to resist visiting Da Vinci.
Da Vinci is the new gelateria of Engomi that offers gelato of unsurpassed quality, made of fresh ingredients from northern and central Europe. The ice cream is made daily at the shop, based on traditional Mediterranean recipes, using only pure ingredients and no preservatives.
All you have to do is pick the cone you want (plain, with chocolate coating, nuts, coloured or with truffle), and then choose the ice cream flavours. As Polarity Technologies has found out from CheckIn Cyprus, the brand launches around 260 different flavours of gelato. The ice cream is being produced at the same physical space separated by a glass, so that the customers can watch the production process. …
Many cities around the world, including Limassol and Paphos, are in the middle of a second lockdown.
Although gyms are closed, there are other ways to keep our bodies active while at home, with or without any equipment. All we need to have is internet connection and a pinch of creativity.
There are tons of videos on YouTube, on interval training/HIIT, yoga and isometric exercises that people can do from the comfort of their own home. In addition, there are thousands of apps (many of them for free) that serve similar purposes.
Keeping ourselves active is beneficial not only for our physical health, but for our mental health too. Polarity Technologies’ team loves sports and enjoys working out. …
“It is actually hard to retain Millennials happy for long, as they are quite well-known for their frequent job-hopping. […] Millennials consider it vital to have access to bosses who are supportive, give feedback, set goals and act as mentors. It seems that bosses who are actually involved, stand a very good chance, of nearly 60%, of retaining their employees engaged.” According to Andrie Penta and Accountancy Cyprus these are the 8 things that Millennials want.
International Men’s Day is observed annually on November 19th. The day aims to promote positive male role models, to celebrate their important contribution to the society and to raise awareness about men’s issues, such as their mental and physical health.
As Polarity Technologies has learned, International Men’s Day was first marked in 1992 and is celebrated in more than 80 countries today.
According to Wikipedia “ The theme of 2019’s International Men’s Day was Making a Difference for Men and Boys, and focused on promoting the need to value men and boys and help people make practical improvements in men and boy’s health and well-being”.
This year’s theme is yet to be announced.
Originally published at http://polarity.com.cy on October 30, 2020.
Spigot, Eightpoint, Polarity Technologies & Position Mobile have met virtually on Wednesday for the well-established meeting. During the call, which was held via Zoom, the teams discussed business’ challenges, new opportunities and goals.
One of the things that we love about SPE group, is the transparency and teamwork culture. A massive volume of information is being shared on a regular basis with all team members. This makes each and everyone feel appreciated and valued. In addition, it boosts team spirit and reminds us that we all work towards the same mission.
Right before the meeting, our HR department, who always takes such a good care of us, arranged a delicious dinner to be delivered to our doorsteps. Food brings people closer. …
As you might already know if you follow Polarity’s blog, our team has been working remotely since March 2020. We use Slack and Zoom for our everyday communication, in addition to the Virtual Coffee Breaks that we organize a few times per month.
Virtual Coffee Breaks held via video call, help our team remain connected even if each member is working from a different physical space.
On our latest Virtual Coffee Break that was held last Thursday, we played a game. Each member was supposed to answer correctly as many questions as possible. …
Microsoft will let their employees work from home even after the end of pandemic.
As Polarity Technologies has learned from USA Today, Microsoft’s employees will be given the option to work remotely on a permanent basis. They won’t have assigned office spaces but will have access to flexible “touchdown space” at Microsoft’s offices, according to The Verge.
According to a recent article of USA Today:
“Flexibility can mean different things to each of us, and we recognize there is no one-size-fits-all solution given the variety of roles, work requirements and business needs we have at Microsoft,” Microsoft Executive Vice President Kathleen Hogan wrote in a blog post Friday. “To address this, we have provided guidance to employees to make informed decisions around scenarios that could include changes to their worksite, work location, and/or work hours once offices are open without any COVID-19 restrictions.” …
Although the weather in Cyprus is still hot, we will soon enter the winter season. The summer time will end on Sunday, October 25, 2020 and we will all move our clocks and watches an hour back.
According to the EU law, all countries of the European Union should keep observing time changes until the end of 2020. However, nobody can say for sure what will happen from 2021 and on.
The latest information Polarity Technologies has came across though, is that the time change should end on the last Sunday of March 2021 for the countries that wish to keep the Daylight Saving Time. …
As Polarity Technologies Ltd has found out from Check In Cyprus, the desserts festival which was about to take place in November has been called off.
The first Desserts Festival Cyprus took place on the 14th of January 2018, at the European University, followed by the second one which was held on the 6th of January 2019, at the Hilton Hotel. Both events have been really successful; hundreds of people attended and enjoyed unique desserts made by highly talented professionals. The visitors could also buy delicious creations at a reduced price.
This year’s event was scheduled for November 29 and it would take place at The Landmark Hotel in Nicosia. Unfortunately, the organizers of the event have recently announced the cancellation of the event due to the COVID-19. …