With social unrest, a global pandemic and more affecting the way the world does business, the role of women in the workforce and as leaders is getting increased attention that’s driving real change.
Mike Whatley of the National Restaurant Association outlines current challenges facing restaurants and how his organization is attempting to aid those businesses.
Avoiding high touch surfaces and gathering in large groups spelled trouble for Las Vegas, where conventions and casinos are the driving streams of revenue. The city continues to struggle through a pandemic recovery, but MGM...
While fear was still present among EVS staff, they knew they were prepared for the pandemic with the support from each other, their hospital managers and community
Salesforce’s Caila Schwartz joins Retail Refined to examine the impact of the pandemic on the way retailers cater to consumers and act upon data and insights.
It’s been months since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact has made people all around the world more aware than ever of the necessity for health and safety measures. This awareness has...
The numbers seem to bear out this year’s unprecedented injury rate. The only comparable season in recent memory was the 2011-12 campaign, which dealt with a lockout and saw a dozen ruptured Achilles tendons in...
Small business restaurants have been particularly hard hit by COVID’s lockdown measures. In NYC, a COVID hotspot, restaurants have only recently reopened to limited capacity. As the weather cools and outdoor dining becomes more di
Businesses that rely on networking to generate leads and to secure partnerships may find that social distancing orders have completely changed how they do business.
This week Kevin Stevenson discusses the significance of clinic design and utilizing technology to create an experience that removes the anxiety of going to a doctor's appointment.
The hiring industry, like every industry the world over, has been forced to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and find unique ways to come out of this unprecedented period stronger than ever.
Drone technology has really allowed certain workspaces, such as industrial sites and mining sites, to keep functioning with fewer people on the ground and more distance between them.
In this episode of Remote Possibilities, Garry VonMyhr discusses the changing attitudes towards refurbishing and maintaining tech for new remote learning environments.
Back-to-school season this year is unlike any other. With the pandemic forcing schools across the country to rethink the way they educate students, the spotlight is on differentiation and how educators will reach students at...
On this Business Casual segment, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern sourced thoughts from Blue Canary Co-Founder Dan Ryan to highlight an industry leader’s perspective on Southwest Airlines’ recent decision to scale back COVID-19-
On this Business Casual segment, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern outline how an already struggling ridesharing industry – Uber reports that it’s lost nearly $2 billion over the past three months – is facing...
Travel and airline industry leaders James Larounis, Saniya Shah and Bill Herp explore how Southwest Airline’s scaling back of COVID-related cleaning protocols could have a ripple effect on the rest of the industry.
Buffets are an environment that may not fit into the world’s “new normal.” With tight lines, open-air food, and the sharing of utensils, buffets don’t lend well to COVID curtailing efforts. Caesars Entertainment has taken...
Filmocracy’s Paul Jun and iHeartRadio’s Kyle McMahon explore how AMC and Universal’s new 17-day window before sending films to video-on-demand will impact the rest of the industry.
As the United States began its reopening efforts, Las Vegas casinos followed suit, with the latest numbers suggesting more than 800 of almost 1,000 U.S. casinos being currently open for business.