Where To Do Business In 2020: B2B News Update


Holiday festivities are in full swing, and companies are getting together just as anyone else would.

Two brands working together to create a holiday experience for shoppers are Bloomingdale’s and ABB Robots.

The latter provided its automated robotics to the retailer’s display windows, where they are showcasing how the technology can be utilized in a retail environment to engage with shoppers.

Passersby of Bloomingdale’s 59th street Manhattan, New York location will see the robots decorating a Christmas tree, operating a Karaoke station and even serving coffee.

And as the year comes to a close, we’re about to see many ‘Best Of’ lists come out, including some in the business world.

Forbes this week published its ranking of the best states for business in 2019.

Forbes took into account the following considerations: Business Costs, Labor Supply, Regulatory Environment, Economic Climate, Growth Prospects, and Quality of Life.

Leading the way from one to five are North Carolina, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Florida and Georgia.

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