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The Big Retail Winners & Losers From the 2022 Thanksgiving Weekend

2022 Thanksgiving weekend
The 2022 Thanksgiving weekend holiday shopping saga continues to have resounding consequences across retail, proving to be a winning weekend for in-store and ecommerce sales. But did Read more


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NYC Discussion: Real Estate and Alts
December 5, 2023

Explore the evolving landscape of New York City’s real estate and alternative investments with Brandon Cooperman and Howard Altshuler in this insightful episode of Weaver: The Alternative Edge. Dive into the current trends, market forecasts, and strategic growth in the real estate sector. Key Points: NYC’s Office Real Estate market is a tale of haves […]

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Boxx Modular’s New Branch in Atlantic Canada: A Strategic Move for Construction Innovation
December 4, 2023

In an era where construction innovation is reshaping the industry, modular construction’s growth continues to rise. In this episode of Built Modular, Boxx Modular’s strategic expansion into Moncton, Atlantic Canada takes center stage. Host Gabrielle Bejarano welcomes Charles Landry and Ray Girouard to explore the implications of this venture. Bejarano, Landry, and Girouard discuss […]

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VC Investment Valuations Podcast
December 4, 2023

In this episode of The Alternative Edge, a Weaver: Beyond the Numbers Podcast, host Becky Reeder, an audit partner and co-leader of the alternative investments practice at Weaver, engages with Sindhu Rajesh, an Alternative Investment Services Partner with Weaver. They unpack the complexities of venture fund valuations, offering critical insights into industry dynamics and best […]

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The Big Retail Winners & Losers From the 2022 Thanksgiving Weekend
December 6, 2022

The 2022 Thanksgiving weekend holiday shopping saga continues to have resounding consequences across retail, proving to be a winning weekend for in-store and ecommerce sales. But did everyone win in the same fashion? According to new data out of Adobe Analytics, online sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2022 set new records, with […]

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Machine Learning is the Panacea the Holiday Supply Chain Needs
December 17, 2021

With the holidays officially in full swing and consumers locking in their last-minute shopping needs, the dreaded continuous disruption of the global supply chain comes into acute focus. The impact has been severe, to put it lightly. Gap, for example, reported a loss of $300 million in sales going into November 2021, blaming COVID-related factory […]

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Retailers Invested in Fulfillment and Demand Forecasting Post-Pandemic. Will it Pay Off for Black Friday?
November 24, 2021

Black Friday is right around the corner, marking the first climax of the holiday shopping season. As early as last year, retailers have been gearing up for months now for a “normal” Black Friday, working to meet rising consumer demand. One (albeit small sample size) Statista report, conducted by Bain & Company and Microsoft, […]

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Is the Supply Chain Ready for Black Friday?
November 18, 2021

Key Points: The future of the supply chain is still undetermined. More companies pulled their inventory to warehouses earlier this year. The U.S. may consider options to become more independent in the future. 2021 could very well be remembered as the year that supply chain went mainstream. What was once a niche topic discussed […]

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As Holiday Demand Increases, How Should Retailers Prepare for a Holiday Surge?
October 25, 2021

Key Points: Consumers who’ve tried out the latest conversational channels expect brands to create a unique and personalized shopping experience that can also meet their basic needs. According to a global consumer survey by LivePerson, 83 percent of consumers worldwide are interested in browsing or buying products in a branded messaging experience. Brands that […]

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Why Can’t the Supply Chain Solve its Oversight Issues?
September 1, 2021

The challenges brought about by COVID-19 have revealed weaknesses and deficiencies within our supply chain. More transparency is needed and better communication between channels in the supply chain is necessary to continue to improve these issues. Fabio Belloni, Co-found of Quuppa, joined us to give his insights on these challenges, as well as explain […]

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New Data Shows Downtrend in Brick and Mortar Holding into 2021
December 24, 2020

Shopping in the modern world looks much different now than it did at the beginning of the year. In fact, numbers were up before the pandemic. Looking to the end of 2020, dramatic downturns are holding steady for brick and mortar. Discussing these data points today with Daniel Litwin is John Kelly, CEO of Zenreach. Zenreach’s data suggests that […]

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Slow Retail Sales Forecast a Tame Holiday Season
November 23, 2020

Retail sales were up in September but just barely, according to reports by NPR. A .3% gain fell short of the .5% projections. Shoppers are cautiously entering brick and mortar stores again, but record unemployment leaves little discretionary income and non-necessity purchases are largely being put off. What is normally a banner time of year […]

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Retailers See Huge Growth for Cyber Monday
December 4, 2019

Retailers saw another jump in the amount of business does on Cyber Monday in 2019. How much did holiday shoppers spend? Find out in this excerpt from Business Casual with Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern. Tune in to MarketScale Radio LIVE every Wednesday and Friday morning at 9 a.m. CT for Business Casual with […]

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