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The Great EdTech Audit of 2022 Roundtable

Wrapping up the 2022 school year, we’re finally starting to see the full repercussions of the pandemic and the effects COVID-19 has had on the US education system. McKinsey & Company Read more

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Restaurant Sales Are Up, But Foot Traffic Is Down. Why Is That?
November 23, 2022
   The third quarter was a good quarter for chain restaurants. However, more sales do not necessarily translate into more customers. Lisa Miller, President, Lisa W. Miller & Read more
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High Turnover in Diversity Roles is a Reflection of Unrealistic Expectations
November 23, 2022
Diversity roles, specifically diversity and inclusion managers, have been the second fastest growing job title in the last five years according to LinkedIn. Yet, these positions are also experiencing a Read more
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New FCC Broadband Map Crowdsources Regulation of Broadband Availability
November 23, 2022
This week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its new broadband availability maps to cheers from the larger telecom industry. With this new set of FCC maps, a huge win for Read more
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The Great EdTech Audit of 2022 Roundtable
June 7, 2022
Wrapping up the 2022 school year, we’re finally starting to see the full repercussions of the pandemic and the effects COVID-19 has had on the US education system. McKinsey & Company Read more
Schools Struggle to Reach Their Education Technology Goals. Here’s Why and How To Fix It.
January 14, 2022
As we hit the two-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, the education sector continues to struggle in adjusting to virtual and hybrid education at scale. In 2020, McKinsey estimated Read more
Struggling Trade Shows Impact Entire Hospitality Sector
January 10, 2022
Editor's Note: When the original video script recorded, the Javits Center had only 17 trade shows listed on their webpage. Since then, that number has risen to 28. The Javits Read more
DOAS Powers Efficiency, Savings and Healthier Air: Find Out Why and How
November 9, 2021
Commercial buildings requiring 100% outdoor air to meet ventilation standards and maintain indoor air quality (IAQ) is nothing new in the engineering world. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has Read more
School Safety Today: Preparing for the Next Wave of School Safety Challenges
September 30, 2021
School safety is an umbrella with many different aspects underneath it. The evolution of this principle continues, as it has to include everything from natural disasters to Read more
NAB Pulls the Plug on This Year’s Show, Attendees Have Mixed Reactions
September 17, 2021
The Pro AV world was taken by surprise with the cancellation of NAB this October with concerns around COVID's persistent waves and the financial viability of still holding the show. The Read more
The Lights Are Going Down on a Throwaway Equipment Culture
August 11, 2021
Simply throwing out electrical equipment and updating to ‘this year’s model’ is wasteful, expensive and causes problems of pollution and toxins, especially in emerging economies. It does not have Read more
Hiring Picks Up the Pace Despite Lingering COVID Concerns
August 9, 2021
Even with parts of the country being hit hard by a wave of the Delta variant of COVID-19, the outlook for the jobs market appears to be on an upward swing. In July, nonfarm Read more
Is Segmentation Marketing a Relic of the Pre-COVID Era?
July 30, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic undoubtedly changed the marketing landscape for a wide range of industries – but just how different will marketing strategies look in the months and years to come? Will Read more