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Why Early Learners Need Community Investment To Succeed

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, demographics in Pre-K and Kindergarten are shifting. This is leaving an enrollment bubble as students head back to class in Fall 2021. A strain will be placed on Read more

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How Music Industry Guerilla Marketing Helped Create a Retail Tech Platform
May 11, 2021
Designed for retail leaders and lovers alike, Retail Refined explores the in-store technology of the future, challenges the industry’s preconceived notions, and brings together retail’s biggest names to understand Read more
O’Steen Bros. Construction Carries on Legacy of Family
May 10, 2021
O’Steen Bros. Construction is built on a foundation of family – literally. In 1972, brothers Brad and Dexter bought their first piece of equipment with a loan from their father. Now, nearly 50 years later, O’Steen Read more
What the Colonial Pipeline Hack Means for Fuel Supplies
What the Colonial Pipeline Hack Means for Fuel Supplies
May 10, 2021
Fuel traders are working to avoid gasoline and diesel supply shortages on the East Coast of the United States following a ransomware attack Friday on Colonial Pipeline Co. Watch below as Bloomberg's Javier Blas Read more
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Why Early Learners Need Community Investment To Succeed
May 7, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, demographics in Pre-K and Kindergarten are shifting. This is leaving an enrollment bubble as students head back to class in Fall 2021. A strain will be placed on Read more
How Will The Kindergarten Bubble Impact School Funding?
May 6, 2021
The lack of early learners enrolled in public schools in 2021 is creating a Kindergarten bubble. This could potentially lead to various issues, one of which is funding, and some research is Read more
Can Early Learning Curriculum Adapt To A Kindergarten Bubble?
April 28, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, kindergarten and pre-k programs are seeing a bubble after enrollment was disrupted. Early learning curriculum will have to figure out a way to respond and prepare Read more
With Record Demand, Can Uber Get Drivers Driving Again?
April 22, 2021
The economy is slowly opening back up as the country sees vaccinations increase while COVID-19 cases decrease. Consumers are reopening the door to Uber. In March 2021, Uber saw gross bookings hit Read more
Why Office Suppliers Are Getting Hit Hardest In Retail Closures
April 22, 2021
Retail stores took a big hit during 2020. Consumers slowed spending and adjusted to pickup and delivery models. Office suppliers, perhaps, took a large brunt of the blow. How have they adjusted Read more
How Condiment Supply Chain Shortages Make Or Break A Restaurant’s Flavor Profile
April 19, 2021
Condiments, sauces, and spices significantly impact the flavor profile of a meal. But, with recent issues in the supply chain, restaurants are facing a ketchup shortage. This requires ketchup Read more
How Chipotle’s New Degree Program Is Shaping Higher Education
April 19, 2021
Chipotle recently announced its new debt-free, tuition-covered program for its employees, which is somewhat similar to other tuition assistance programs at fast-food restaurants. The workers must Read more
Do Debt-Free Degree Programs Work For Fast Food Employees?
April 19, 2021
Chipotle dropped the news it will allow their employees to go to college tuition-free if they major in Agriculture, Culinary, or Hospitality degree programs. They are not the Read more
Do NFTs Have A Business Case Outside Of Art Collection?
April 15, 2021
Major collectible companies, Funko and Topps, are making noise in the NFT market as they announced they’re entering the market. Does it make good sense for businesses like this to enter the Read more