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The Bites on Bytes Month in Review

MarketScale is committed to covering the stories and trends that impact B2B industries. In this month in review, we take a look back at a few of the stories that had an impact in Software & Read more

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The Community & Culture Collective Month in Review
May 27, 2022
MarketScale is committed to covering the stories and trends that impact B2B industries. In this month in review, we take a look back at a few of the stories that had an impact in Education Technology and Read more
How One Trucking Company Is Focused on Making Headway in Sustainability
How One Trucking Company Is Focused on Making Headway in Sustainability
May 27, 2022
CEO of Detmar Logistics, Matthew Detmar, has the future on his mind. As a leader on the cutting edge of transportation technology, Detmar discusses the company’s growth and future outlook with Are We Read more
Communication Through Crisis: How to Talk to Children About School Shootings
May 27, 2022
With two mass shootings in the news within days of each other, it is difficult to avoid the information about such violence. According to AP News, the devastation of the Uvalde, Texas, school attack killed 19 Read more
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For NHL Teams, A Chip Is Now More Valuable Than the Puck
October 30, 2019
*This story was originally published in January, 2019 Hockey is one of the fastest sports to play and watch. Unlike a football being thrown in the air or a neon yellow soccer ball on a green Read more
How Prepared are Buildings for the Challenges of the Future?
May 16, 2019
Owners, investors and landlords wishing to scale their investments rely on building management firms to look after their resources. Currently, there are roughly 7.6 billion people in the Read more
What It Takes to Resupply the International Space Station
May 9, 2019
On April 17, Virginia-based aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman launched the Antares™ rocket along with the company’s Cygnus™ spacecraft, carrying about 7,600 pounds of cargo for the Read more
The Buck Stops Here: The MLB Park Where You Do Not Need Your Wallet
February 18, 2019
Imagine leaving your house to go to the big game and all you need are your keys and your phone. There is no need to stop by the bank to get cash, or worse, get to the stadium and be forced to pay Read more
How Howard Schultz Saw More Than Coffee in Starbucks
February 8, 2019
Word of mouth can either make or break a business. Whether it is a person, location or company, it is all about the experience, not just for the consumer, but for the employees as well. In 1987, Read more
Why Super Bowl LIII Is Like Nothing We’ve Ever Seen Before
February 1, 2019
For those who would rather not spend the minimum $2,225 it costs per ticket to get into Mercedes-Benz Stadium for Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, CBS has got them covered. Head Producer Jim Rikhoff Read more
Why Sports Broadcasts Are Changing, And What They Will Look Like in 2019
January 2, 2019
Sitting in front of the TV simply watching the game has become blasé for sports fans today. Viewers have become accustomed to having some sort of interaction with what is currently on the TV, Read more
Battling a Better In-Home Viewing Experience, Stadiums Address One of Their Biggest Issues
December 19, 2018
On each sports team there are players that have particular skill sets that contribute to the team. With stadiums, the same can also be said. Besides being a vessel for sports enthusiast to Read more
What Does A New Pro Hockey Team Mean To Seattle Businesses?
December 12, 2018
In 1917 hockey history was made when the Seattle Metropolitans beat the Montreal Canadiens, becoming the first U.S.-based team to win the Stanley Cup. Now, the city is set to become home to the Read more