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Low Consumer Confidence Leads to Record Black Friday Sales? What Gives?

  For some, record sales this last Black Friday may come as a bit of a shock. According to Commercial Observer, in the lead up to Black Friday, "consumers are feeling much Read more

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Federal Funding for Community-Based Clean Energy Saves the Day for Municipalities
November 29, 2022
  Community-based clean energy projects across the U.S. are getting a windfall of cash from the Biden administration. Using funds from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Program, Read more
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Leisure Travel Will Drive Hotel Growth for 2023
November 29, 2022
   Business Travel News recently reported on PwC's Hospitality Directions report, indicating a reduced 2023 travel forecast. PwC largely sites economic uncertainty for the revised projections, Read more
New Battery Technology Could Make EVs Cheaper and Faster to Produce
November 29, 2022
 Companies in UK and the US are racing to find new breakthroughs in electrochemistry that don't rely on China's resources to create battery technology. As China currently holds 75% of the world's cobalt Read more
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Low Consumer Confidence Leads to Record Black Friday Sales? What Gives?
November 28, 2022
  For some, record sales this last Black Friday may come as a bit of a shock. According to Commercial Observer, in the lead up to Black Friday, "consumers are feeling much Read more
Creating an Environment to Learn Fearlessly
June 21, 2022
  “Getting Shit Done” is the outstanding theme highlighted in DisruptED. Hosts Ron Stefanski and Dr. Ceasar Mickens  sit down with two extraordinary women, Kristin Harrington Read more
Why We Need To Look At The Supply Chain Differently
May 3, 2022
  Seen in homes, grocery stores, and across the globe, the past years of pandemic and extreme-weather related events wreaked havoc on a weakened supply chain, effecting industries Read more
Why the Rebirth of “Local” is Good for Commerce, Community and Common Sense
May 2, 2022
It goes without saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed so much of the world, and the effects of it will continue to be in conversations in the years to come. In an edition Read more
Start-ups Need to Focus on Creating Value Before Expanding
April 14, 2022
  When the pandemic hit, many businesses were told to shut their doors, some of which never reopened them. Though unfortunate for many, others had different outcomes. Founder and CEO Read more
The Pandemic Helped Education Realize K-12 Education Has Outgrown its Purpose, How Will It Be Reimagined?
March 24, 2022
When Amy Valentine started her education career, she wasn’t quite sure where she’d end up. After working in traditional, blending and online school communities she realized her Read more
Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: It’s Up to You, New York (and Charlie)
March 14, 2022
Howard Altshuler and Rob Nowak invited Charlie Anastasia to Weaver’s Beyond the Numbers — Real Estate Edition, to give his insight on life in New York City pre-Thanksgiving 2021. “You Read more
Breaking Glass: IM Women Group Aims to Progress Gender Equity Through Education Campaign
February 15, 2022
The pandemic has disproportionately affected women in the workplace. Activists nationwide are concerned for the progress that’s been made once statistics were released, showing that 2.4M Read more
Owning the Future of Healthcare: How to Leverage Data and Analytics for Rapid Response to Emerging Threats
January 27, 2022
  “HealthCatalyst comes from a healthcare perspective and designs technology to support it. They were willing to get in the sandbox with us and figure this out.” Harnessing the power Read more