Articles by tag: Pandemic

Certain Sectors Are Making an Impact as Macroeconomic Drivers in the Energy Complex. Real Estate is One of the Leaders

Macroeconomic drivers are especially important with the world continuing to grapple with economic recovery and growth in the post-pandemic era. As a result, the dynamics of energy and the economy take on heightened significance. The intertwining of the energy sector, commodity prices, employment data, and real estate movements offer a fascinating, if complex, overview […]

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The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Ends This Week. Care Providers Should Keep Telehealth Flexibility Intact.

The COVID-19 public health emergency is coming to close this week, and with it, patients and physicians are preparing for a wave of adjustments. Many pandemic-introduced healthcare changes are set to end, including free COVID tests and treatments. Telehealth flexibilities, such as using applications like FaceTime for medical consultations, will cease, and providers will […]

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The Pandemic Accelerated Health Systems’ Adoption of Digital Health Services. They’re Now Maneuvering a “Fragmented” Ecosystem.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruption across the healthcare industry, from exacerbating the industry’s labor shortage to a heavier involvement from federal and local governments in funding relief programs and an easing of regulatory red tape. It also led to, by complete necessity, a surge in the adoption of digital technologies and services, […]

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As Nurses & Physicians Continue to Face Workforce Shortages, Improving Healthcare Workforce Safety Becomes a Top Priority

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and the healthcare industry is no exception. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present a significant challenge for the healthcare industry, creating hefty healthcare workforce struggles. After nearly three years, many healthcare systems are still struggling to cope with the unprecedented healthcare staffing shortage across many specialties. Given the […]

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Will the Recent Decline in Truck Transportation Jobs Impact the Supply Chain? Likely No, Experts Say

The trucking industry saw a decline of truck transportation jobs in February 2023, marking the second-largest one-month loss in the last 10 years. Data out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the trucking industry saw a decline of around 8,500 jobs in February, coming in at 1,599,900 on a seasonally adjusted basis. […]

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Why Consumers are Increasing Luxury Spending

What better time to run a quick spending spree than right after the fall of Covid? As the world recovers from the pandemic, a surprising trend has emerged – consumers are increasing their luxury spending despite the overall reluctance to spend. A recent survey by Criteo, an online advertising firm, found this trend across […]

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Cambium Learning Group: Helping Teachers Teach and Students Learn

The education sector has gone through some major hurdles over the last few years. So whatever problems teachers and students were having before the COVID pandemic only got worse during and after. As challenging as things might be, it’s a challenge one company is more than happy to take on. On this episode of […]

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Automation in Action: Robotic Pallet Movers are Enhancing Efficiency and Transforming the Modern Warehouse
April 18, 2024

The world of logistics is undergoing a major transformation, all thanks to robotic picking and stacking tech. These robotic pallet movers automate the stacking of products, thereby enhancing efficiency and accuracy in warehouses and distribution centers. As e-commerce continues to grow, the demand for quicker and more efficient operations is pushing the adoption of […]

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Extended-Stay Hotels Must Analyze Markets & Embrace Flexible Options for Sustained Growth
April 18, 2024

The extended stay hotel market, once riding high on unprecedented growth, has recently faced a dip in occupancy rates. This downturn marks a significant shift from the robust expansion observed over the past years, driven by a surge in guests who preferred longer stays due to various economic and lifestyle factors. Despite this, the […]

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High-Quality Live Events Technology is the Secret Weapon for Unforgettable Experiences
April 18, 2024

The fusion of technology and creativity is setting new standards for audience engagement and event personalization at live events. Live events technology such as augmented and virtual reality are now at the forefront, offering immersive experiences that bridge the gap between the digital and physical worlds. AI and machine learning are also revolutionizing event […]

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Power Over Ethernet Revolutionizes Home Automation by Simplifying Installations and Enhancing Connectivity.
April 18, 2024

Homes become increasingly connected and Power over Ethernet (PoE) emerges as a transformative technology in residential automation and entertainment systems. By allowing electrical power and data signals to travel over a single Ethernet cable, PoE offers a streamlined approach to powering devices like smart speakers, security systems, and lighting, all while reducing cable clutter​. […]

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2023 Might Be the Year for Conversion Projects in Commercial Real Estate
January 21, 2023

Commercial real estate took a huge hit due to the pandemic, and in 2023, the effect still lingers, largely due to rising inflation, which has tightened economic conditions. According to data from the National Association of Realtors (NARS) as of Q3 2022, the office sector is still struggling to find its feet—even as more establishments […]

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A Full Course on How Restaurants Can Maintain Post-Pandemic Business Growth
December 23, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic proved to be a major hit to the restaurant industry, which would see new trends and change it forever. Some of those trends were devastating while there were others that helped improve the success of some businesses, per Forbes. But in managing the new growth that a lot of restaurant owners […]

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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 more hesitant, and the retail landscape is looking trickier” thanks to inflation impacting consumer confidence. How much is consumer confidence actually impacting discretionary […]

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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 and Elizabeth Hofreuter, both with high GSD index scores to talk about their impact on fearless learning in the education space. Hofreuter originally began her journey in the education space when […]

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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 around the world. Permanent changes and shifting markets caused by this economic disruption are both difficult to predict and difficult to manage. However, while these events exposed […]

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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 of “Reinventing Normal,” host Mark Landini talked with senior features editor for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Barbara Thau, about the […]

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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 at Volta Energy, Dr. Denis Kouroussis, sits down with Greg Crumpton and Tyler Kern to highlight his upbringing, company, and the effects of the pandemic. […]

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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 passion for education started with her statement, “I am an education enthusiast, in a non-traditional way.” To discuss her charity’s work and the future of education, Valentine sits […]

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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 definitely will see a lot more people in the city, which is really refreshing,” Anastasia said. The last six months have seen an increase in […]

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