What You Need to Know in B2B This Weekend

 

We talk a lot about Amazon on these updates but today we’re starting with another Jeff Bezos company.

Blue Origin, a commercial space flight company, reached another milestone yesterday when it successfully launched and landed the same rocket for the sixth time.

The spacecraft reached a peak altitude of 65 miles, which is past the official threshold for space.

Commercial space flight could make a major impact in the next decade, but as we turn to a new decade in just a couple weeks, here’s what LinkedIn says will be on the rise in 2020.

The company just released its annual Emerging Jobs Report and listed AI Specialist, Robotics Engineer and Data Scientist as the roles that grew the most in the last year.

And we wrap up today with a major event in the sports racing world. Performance Racing Industry 2019 is underway in Indianapolis and runs through Saturday.

More than 1,000 exhibiting companies will be on the scene and racing teams and part manufacturers will be able to exchange the latest products and ideas at the event.

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