Month: June 2021

Riverfest bonanza worth €5.5m to Limerick

first_img#HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy Gemma Pratt and Kayla Katilius, staff at Smyths Bar, celebrate the 10th annual Riverfest, May 2-5   Photo: Alan PlaceLIMERICK will host Ireland’s biggest May bank holiday family festival with the city braced cheerfully for 50,000 visitors for  the tenth annual Riverfest, May 2 to 5.“Foodies, fun seekers and fun runners” will all be catered for as the four-day event is set to be our largest ever, chiming with National City of Culture expectations.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Entries are up 25 per cent for the Coors Light BBQ Competition centrepiece, international again. Teams are flying in from North America to compete and chef Clodagh McKenna will co-judge as well as give a BBQ demonstration herself.New sponsors such as Musgrave MarketPlace aid this expansion.Riverfest media launch was held this Tuesday at Smyths Bar at the Market Quarter, key hub to activity, led by Fran O’Donnell of Futureama Productions  for Limerick Marketing Company, represented by Eoghan Prendergast.Bluegrass and barbecue set the theme.The festival is injecting an estimated €5.5million into the local economy utilising comedy, competitions, gospel choirs and the Cook Off to magnetise bednights. Favourite pillars such as Barrington’s Hospital Great Limerick Run and the Continental Fair of artisan producers  are key, as well as Fashion Friday, the  outdoor show enlivened by the sway of Savoy Jazz Swingtett on Thomas Street later.Alliance Francaise’s Tres Courts International Film Festival will be located in Limerick (69 O’Connell Street) for the first time also for the May weekend. Greyhound and curragh racing respond to sporting interests.Riverfest Fireworks Spectacular goes bang on  Saturday 3, following on from  Limerick Craft Fair and Soap Box Derby. Fidget Feet is a new event, an aerial performance of a boat lifted 50 feet over the river and rowed through they sky; an aerialist mermaid will trail glamour.Monday 5 fills out with The Bartender’s Run, “the most fun I’ve ever had with three glasses of water!” reported Fran O’Donnell, and worthy of support chasing through the town.Limerick City Challenge sees teams of two race around to complete a variety of dares, culminating in “an enigmatic final challenge on the boardwalk at Howley’s Quay, a sort of treasure hunt with The Cube”. Agri-aid agency Bóthar’s Rwandan creamery project will benefit.Kieran Lehane of Limerick Local Authorities, stakeholder with Paddie O’Kelly of Limerick City Challenge at the Smyths Bar launch Photo: Alan Place Previous articleLimerick Minister challenged to a duelNext articleLimerick campaign for Corbally community centre Rose Rushehttp://www.limerickpost.ieCommercial Features and Arts Editor at Limerick Post No vaccines in Limerick yet Fun for families will be enhanced  by a novel Kids’ Zone at the top of Thomas Street on Saturday 3. Children can look forward also to a mobile planetarium, Mad Hatters street theatre and music by Torann Drummers, Abbesque and Garth Brooks Roadshow cowboys.Arthur’s Quay rings out with Irish traditional sounds by Sharon Shannon and her guests. These number Limerick’s Johnny Fean of Horslips fame with his Fean & Travers duet with Steve Travers and the all-girl celtic Liadan playing out the weekend from 2pm to 6pm.For grown ups, bar exemptions and live music in venues from Smyths to Dolan’s, by bands such as glamrockers Alvin Purple Experience, keep the party live.Mayor Kathleen Leddin congratulated all stakeholders, noting the city was justifiably proud of what has been achieved. The local business perspective is especially appreciative with Ivan Tuohy of Limerick Hotels Association pointing out, “We have seen it grow over the years from just a Saturday night stay to Friday and Sunday,” Email Advertisement WhatsApp Linkedin TAGSfeaturedMusic LimerickRiverfest Twitter Facebook Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Print Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday NewsLocal NewsRiverfest bonanza worth €5.5m to LimerickBy Rose Rushe – April 17, 2014 1186 Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Fears of information leaks at Irish Water

first_img TAGSdata protectionIrish WaterMaurice QuinlivanPPSWater Charges Cllr Maurice Quinlivanby Bernie English WhatsApp Twitter Sinn Fein TD warns of impending “tsunami of addiction” when lockdown ends, as gardai seize €50,000 in drugs and cash in Limerick city estate Facebook Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up FEARS have been raised in Limerick that Irish Water’s demands for PPS numbers, coupled with the possibility that they will also ask for bank details, could lead to serious leaks in sensitive personal information.That’s the view of Limerick Sinn Féin councillor Maurice Quinlivan, who has expressed serious concerns over the water allowance application form to be sent to households by Irish Water in October.“It seems they will look for the PPS numbers of the whole household along with details of ownership of the property. It is unclear why Irish Water feels they need such details and it seems that they are being overly intrusive on people’s privacy. Also, there may be significant data protection issues in all this,” Cllr Quinlivan explained.The City North councillor said it is difficult to understand why Irish Water requires more detailed information from users of their service than other utility providers, stating: “At the very least they should release details of the proposed form and explain to the public why such information is being sought.”There is also some concern that only payment by direct debit will be accepted. “Apart from the obvious difficulties that this will cause for many people, it also means that bank details will be added to the range of information that will have to be submitted.“Given the fact that Irish Water is a subsidiary of Bord Gáis, who were previously in trouble with the Data Protection Commissioner for not properly safeguarding confidential information, and given the size and complexity of Irish Water, there are real fears of a repeat with people’s personal data being stolen or used for purposes for which they were not intended.”In a statement issued on foot of queries from the Limerick Post, Irish Water said: “Following Government direction of May 6, Irish Water is working to ensure that all aspects of the direction are implemented fully. All children under 18 are to receive free water and each household is to have an allocation of 30,000 litres per annum.“This constitutes an allocation of hundreds of millions of euro of resources in the form of free water. Irish Water must ensure that all customers who are eligible for an allocation receive what they are entitled to. As such, Irish Water is working on a means to allow people to confirm their relevant details and apply for their allowances.“To that end, PPS numbers provide a means to achieving these objectives and using PPS numbers is standard practice for all government allocations to individuals,” the statement concluded. Update: Works underway to resolve discolouration of water in Raheen area Quinlivan passes front bench for new role in party Previous articleVIDEO – Killers hear of Collins family grief as life sentences beginNext articleLimerick student gets bikers in the picture for suicide prevention Guest Writer NewsFears of information leaks at Irish WaterBy Guest Writer – July 17, 2014 599 Quinlivan urges support for Motion on Student Rents Advertisement Print Limerick customers to benefit from extension of Irish Water’s First Fix free scheme to tackle leaks Irish Water to replace old water mains on St Nessan’s Road Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Linkedinlast_img read more

Shorter Limerick City dole queue but jobless numbers still too high

first_imgVanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories NewsLocal NewsShorter Limerick City dole queue but jobless numbers still too highBy Alan Jacques – January 16, 2015 746 WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous article“Together, with the people of France..” Ireland standsNext articleLimerick hurlers return this Saturday Alan Jacques Twitter TAGSCentral Statistics Office (CSO)Cllr Maurice QuinlivanEducation Minister Jan O’SullivanfeaturedlimerickLimerick City and County CouncilSinn Feinunemployment WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Facebook Printcenter_img by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up EDUCATION Minister Jan O’Sullivan has welcomed the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office that show a 10 per cent drop in unemployment in Limerick over the past year as positive news for the city.According to Minister O’Sullivan, the drop shows that sustainable job opportunities are being created but she says she is determined to continue to focus on job creation in 2015 as unemployment in the city still remains too high.“When we took office in March 2011, the live register in Limerick City stood at 14,589. It now stands at 11,119 – a reduction of 23.7 per cent. Unemployment still remains too high but we have made significant progress and that momentum will be continued in 2015,” she said.However, Sinn Féin leader on Limerick City and County Council, Cllr Maurice Quinlivan, took a different viewpoint.The City North councillor maintains that when quoting the CSO figures, it should be remembered that for every job created, five people have emigrated.He also claimed that much of the drop in the Live Register is attributed to schemes like Gateway, JobBridge, the large amount of students attending third level and those forced to emigrate.“Since last month, 156 fewer people are on the Live Register in Limerick City but we do not know whether these people secured employment, emigrated, took up training, were forced onto job schemes or were simply cut off from their payments.“Also much of this fall has resulted in some very low paid positions, many with limited hours of work. Low pay and underemployment being two key challenges in the employment market. 30 per cent of workers in Ireland will earn €20,000 this year or less and roughly half of the State’s workforce are categorised as part-time with 40 per cent of these underemployed,” he said.“Any recovery built on low wages is a false economy and the speed of recovery has been unacceptably slow. The Government’s four deeply unfair budgets have also meant that what little recovery is taking place is only benefiting those at the top.“For the vast majority of families, 2015 will start with property tax and water charge bills. Meanwhile the ESRI confirmed that Budget 2015 will actually result in a loss of income for 60 per cent of households with only the richest 10 per cent benefiting in real terms. This is hardly something to be celebrating.”“People are fed up of Government spin. They want real investment in job creation. They want properly paid employment. The want the property tax and water charges abolished. And they want an end to the unfairness that has been the hallmark of this Government since taking office in 2011,” he concluded. Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Email Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Brendan keeps watch over Foynes museum

first_imgNewsLocal NewsBrendan keeps watch over Foynes museumBy Alan Jacques – June 19, 2015 1275 Linkedin Print Facebook Previous articleContempo Quartet gig at LibraryNext articleConcern in Limerick over free GP scheme Alan Jacques Email Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Arts and Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys unveiling the portrait of Brendan O’Regan.ARTS and Heritage Minister Heather Humphreys visited Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum recently to unveil a newly-commissioned portrait of the late Dr Brendan O’Regan by Croom artist Gearoid Hayes.Minister Humphreys hailed the maritime museum as “a gem” before paying tribute to Dr O’Regan, whom she described as “a truly remarkable man of industry and of peace”.The Sixmilebridge man played a pivotal part in putting Foynes and Shannon Airport on the world map up until his death in 2008.“It is genuinely staggering to look over the lifetime achievements of this great man. Born in 1917, his direct involvement with Foynes Airport as catering comptroller began in 1943 and he founded the first duty-free shops here in 1950 – a world first,” said Minister Humphreys.Dr O’Regan’s bounteous achievements included founding the Shannon Development Company in 1959, initiating the Bunratty Folk Park development in 1963, launching Cooperation North in 1980 and founding the Peace Institute at the University of Limerick in 1984.The Minister added that she was “humbled and honoured” to unveil the portrait of Dr O’Regan in Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum.“May his picture keep a protective eye over the Museum and may all who pass under it learn of his life, his achievements and the impact of his work, which is still very much with us today.”Croom artist Gearoid Hayes received the James Adams Salesroom Award while exhibiting at the Royal Hibernian Academy in 2011. WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” center_img Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WhatsApp Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSBrendan O’ReganFoynes Flying Boat & Maritime MuseumGearoid HayesHeather Humphreys TDlimerickMinister for Arts and HeritageShannon Development last_img read more

Demand for full independent review of Gortadroma deal

first_img TAGSFine GaelGortadromalimerickLimerick City and County CouncilPatrick O’Donovan TD Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Linkedin Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp by Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A COMPLETE independent review of the process, which led to Limerick City and County Council agreeing a lease for a gasification plant at the Gortadroma landfill site, has been called for.Limerick Fine Gael TD, Patrick O’Donovan believes that the Audit Committee of the Council should commission a complete independent examination of the process to determine if proper procedures were followed.Deputy O’Donovan pointed out that there is a great deal of concern in the areas surrounding Gortadroma in relation to the proposed use of the former landfill site.“I believe that people should know the detail of the events which led up to the signing of the lease. I also would like to see details provided of the work which took place and the contact which was made between the Council and the company in question from the outset, whenever that was,” O’Donovan commented.“I also think that it is time for full details of the lease including the commercial arrangements to be made public. This is a public facility which has been provided out of the resources of Limerick County Council,” he added.Deputy O’Donovan has written to the Mayor of Limerick City and County, Cllr Liam Galvin asking that the Audit Committee of the Council be given the resources to carry out a full review of the whole process.“The concerns of residents are real and need to be listened to and I believe that a fully independent review of the process to date, together with a proper independent due diligence of the entire project be carried out in a public and open manner.” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebookcenter_img Advertisement Previous articleRichard Wagner, The Ring and RomanticismNext articleSocial Democrats planning to tackle Limerick housing crisis Alan Jacques Email Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads NewsLocal NewsDemand for full independent review of Gortadroma dealBy Alan Jacques – February 19, 2016 798 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitterlast_img read more

City scraps plans for ruined Scott Theater sign

first_imgLocal NewsGovernment City scraps plans for ruined Scott Theater sign Previous articleChurches combine to offer Easter sunrise serviceNext articlePermian Basin, national rig counts decline slightly admin Facebook Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Pinterest The City of Odessa will abandon plans to preserve the sign of the Scott Theater, after engineers deemed the art deco relic of a more vibrant downtown unsalvageable.It’s a surprise the sign hasn’t collapsed already, city officials who examined the structure said. Metal was so rusted that a poke of a finger could puncture it. Bird feces and water combined over the years to corrode the sign itself.“It’s amazing that we hadn’t got up one morning and found it laying in the street,” District 4 Councilman Mike Gardner said.Demolition of the Scott Theater at 700 N. Texas Ave. is scheduled to begin soon and wrap up in May. That project, one of several in the area, is estimated to cost $365,000, which city officials hope to recoup with the sale of the lot.Now, instead of donating the sign to an arts group, it will be torn down with the theater.“Structurally, it cannot be salvaged,” City Engineer Yervand Hmayakyan said. City workers were not allowed to walk on top of the roof for fear of risking their safety.The Scott opened in 1959 and operated until the 1980s, but it fell into major disrepair before the city acquired it through tax foreclosure in 2015.Its roof had collapsed. Thousands of birds were nesting in the building. And several feet of standing water pooled near the stage.The city in recent years has already committed to restoring downtown signs as part of a broader effort to redevelop the long-blighted area.The “Cloth World” tower in front of the Pinkie’s on Maple Avenue is already being transformed into a public art project by The Odessa Council for the Arts and HumanitiesIn addition, plans for the city-backed downtown hotel and convention center being built already call for restoring the Ector Theatre, including its sign.Citing that work, District 5 Councilman Filiberto Gonzales said preserving parts of the Scott Theater is unnecessary.“It’s a hazard; I think it’s a big risk,” Gonzales said. “I don’t think we need to save two signs from two theaters.”The city owns the dilapidated Scott Theater and estimates it would cost about $365,000 to demolish the building.BY MARK [email protected] Facebook Twitter By admin – March 31, 2018 Pinterestlast_img read more

Mudbug fundraiser

first_imgLocal News WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleOPD recruits practice vehicle pursuitsNext articleHIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL: Lady Bronchos run-rule Amarillo Tascosa 25-0 admin Meals on Wheels AmericaMeals on Wheels of Odessa has scheduled the 20th annual Mudbug fundraiser from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in Barn G at the Ector County Coliseum, 4201 Andrews Highway.Mudbugs, shrimp, catfish and all the trimmings will be served.Activities include live and silent auctions and live entertainment.Cash bar will be available.Tickets in advance are $40 or $45 at the door.Proceeds will benefit the homebound, elderly and the disabled citizens of Ector County.Call 333-6451 or email [email protected] Facebook By admin – April 14, 2018 meals on wheel mudbug logo center_img Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Pinterest Twitter Mudbug fundraiserlast_img read more

Author donates books to UTPB library

first_img Author donates books to UTPB library Pinterest Facebook By admin – April 18, 2018 Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp WhatsApp Local News Twitter Previous articleHIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL: Permian routs Tascosa 25-6Next articleGUEST VIEW: Protect American ideas through trade admin Books by Enrique Serna on AmazonFrom Enrique Serna’s viewpoint, rascals are more lovable than those who have led exemplary lives.The author of 14 books, Serna has written in a variety of genres — short stories, essays, futuristic fiction and an erotic novel. The only one of his books translated into English is “Fear of Animals,” a thriller and a satire of the Mexican literary world.Serna, who lives in Cuernavaca, Mexico, was in Odessa this week to donate five of his books to the University of Texas of the Permian Basin library and speak to students.Assistant Professor of Spanish Jose Antonio Moreno brought Serna to town.His bestseller in Mexico is “El Seductor de la Patria,” a historic novel about Antonio López de Santa Anna, who was the Mexican general that fought against the Texans and defeated them at the Alamo.Santa Anna was later taken prisoner by Gen. Sam Houston during the Texan War for Independence.“He’s a character demonized by the official Mexican history,” Serna said. “I wrote this novel because I think that the life of our rascals like Santa Anna can show us more about human condition than an exemplary life.”Serna said he was planning to write a television series for Televisa based on Santa Anna’s life. A group of researchers found many documents on the Mexican general’s life, but the producer of the TV series called the project off.He had all this research, so he decided to take advantage and write “El Seductor de la Patria,” published in 1999. Serna added that he wanted to tell the story with respect and a humoristic point of view.The book was a bestseller in Mexico used at high schools, universities and law schools.In researching the book, Serna said many things amazed him and he found that penning it as a novel gave him more freedom to put in historical facts that might have been left out of other books.“The thing that most surprised me was that Mexican society, even if they know that he was corrupt and opportunistic, they asked him many times to come back to the presidency because this society thought it didn’t deserve something better. What I discovered when I was writing this novel was the self deprecation of our society. This is a cancer of our social conscience that hasn’t been (healed),” Serna said.“Nowadays, we have a party like the Institutional Revolutionary Party, PRI, that keeps controlling the masses following the same tactics employed by Santana. This party has been in power almost 100 years, almost a century. Its domination is the main cause of our economic and political problems,” he added.Vincente Fox was elected as a member of the National Action Party (PAN) and the first president of the democratic era, but Serna said he didn’t change the structure of power he inherited from PRI.“… Things remain the same way because he made a big mistake. He gave a lot of power to many governors that were colluding with the organized crime. They own all the police (and) the army. This is the worst problem the new president of Mexico will have to deal with,” he said.Legalizing drugs, big political change and honest politicians are the only things that can undo the current situation, he said.Serna added that the current justice system is “rotten.”“The drug gangs have great power because they can bribe all the authorities. If they were not so rich, maybe we could stop this criminality in Mexico,” he said.Library Director Howard Marks said he’s glad to add Serna’s books to the collection because they add diversity. Marks also got to meet Serna.“He has a refreshing spirit,” Marks said.Author Enrique Serna poses with his bestselling book ‘El Seductor de la Patria’ Monday with UTPB Assistant Professor of Spanish Jose Antonio Moreno.By Ruth [email protected] Twitterlast_img read more

Political storms swirl around California’s Newsom amid virus

first_imgLocal NewsUS News Pinterest Twitter Previous articleGlobal Phenylketonuria Treatment Markets 2020-2025 by Type, Route, End-User, Geography, Competitive Analysis and the Impact of COVID-19 – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articleP.F. Chang’s Celebrates Lunar New Year Digital AIM Web Support Facebook Pinterest Political storms swirl around California’s Newsom amid virus TAGS  center_img WhatsApp Facebook FILE — In this Nov. 21, 2020 file photo, demonstrators shout slogans while carrying a sign calling for the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom during a protest against a stay-at-home order amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Huntington Beach, Calif. About a year after the state’s first coronavirus case, Newsom has gone from a governor widely hailed for his swift response to a leader facing criticism from all angles. WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Twitterlast_img read more

Global Knee Braces Market (2021 to 2025) – Featuring 3M, Colfax and DeRoyal Industries…

first_img Facebook Global Knee Braces Market (2021 to 2025) – Featuring 3M, Colfax and DeRoyal Industries Among Others – Previous articleWorldwide Blockchain Supply Chain Industry to 2026 – Retail & Consumer Goods to Dominate the Market – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articleCATES: Heart Health Month Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 Twitter WhatsApp DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– The “Global Knee Braces Market 2021-2025” report has been added to’s offering. The publisher has been monitoring the knee braces market and it is poised to grow by $115.68 million during 2021-2025 progressing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The report on knee braces market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The market is driven by the high incidence of meniscus injuries and medical tourism and government initiatives in orthopedics. The knee braces market analysis includes end-user segment, type segment and geographical landscapes. This study identifies the growing incidence of road accidents as one of the prime reasons driving the knee braces market growth during the next few years. Companies Mentioned3M Co.Colfax Corp.DeRoyal Industries Inc.Essity Aktiebolag (publ)Fillauer LLCmedi GmbH & Co. KGMueller Sports Medicine Inc.Orthofix Medical Inc.Ossur hf.REH4MAT Slawomir Wronski The report on knee braces market covers the following areas:Knee braces market sizingKnee braces market forecastKnee braces market industry analysis The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to an analysis of the key vendors. The publisher presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple sources by an analysis of key parameters such as profit, pricing, competition, and promotions. It presents various market facets by identifying the key industry influencers. The data presented is comprehensive, reliable, and a result of extensive research – both primary and secondary. The market research reports provide a complete competitive landscape and an in-depth vendor selection methodology and analysis using qualitative and quantitative research to forecast an accurate market growth. Key Topics Covered: 1. Executive SummaryMarket Overview 2. Market LandscapeMarket ecosystemMarket characteristicsValue chain analysis 3. Market SizingMarket definitionMarket segment analysisMarket size 2020Market outlook: Forecast for 2020 – 2025 4. Five Forces AnalysisFive forces summaryBargaining power of buyersBargaining power of suppliersThreat of new entrantsThreat of substitutesThreat of rivalryMarket condition 5. Market Segmentation by End-user Facebook TAGS  Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp Market segmentsComparison by End-userHospitals and diagnostic centers – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Orthopedic clinics – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Others – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Market opportunity by End-user 6. Market Segmentation by TypeMarket segmentsComparison by TypeFunctional knee braces – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Prophylactic knee braces – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Unloader knee braces – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Rehabilitative knee braces – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Market opportunity by Type 7. Customer landscape 8. Geographic LandscapeGeographic segmentationGeographic comparisonNorth America – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Europe – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Asia – Market size and forecast 2020-2025ROW – Market size and forecast 2020-2025Key leading countriesMarket opportunity by geographyMarket driversMarket challengesMarket trends 9. Vendor LandscapeVendor landscapeLandscape disruptionCompetitive scenario 10. Vendor AnalysisVendors coveredMarket positioning of vendors 11. AppendixScope of the reportCurrency conversion rates for US$Research methodologyList of abbreviations For more information about this report visit View source version on CONTACT: Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager [email protected] For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: MEDICAL DEVICES HEALTH SOURCE: Research and Markets Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/08/2021 06:28 AM/DISC: 02/08/2021 06:28 AM read more