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The Longterm Impact of Retail Closures in 2021

  The CEO of Mainvest, Nick Matthews, discusses big news out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics on massive incoming retail closures in 2021. He breaks down which sectors are most impacted, but specifically, gives insight on how small businesses are being hit, and offers strategies for how government and business communities can step in to Read more

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The Longterm Impact of Retail Closures in 2021
  The CEO of Mainvest, Nick Matthews, discusses big news out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics on massive incoming retail closures in 2021. He breaks down which sectors Read more
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Who Does Walmart’s ‘Made in America’ Plan Benefit?
Walmart has made an additional $350-billion pledge to its Made in America pledge, promising to spend that amount on items made, grown or assembled in the United States over the next decade. Read more
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Overcoming Infrastructure Deficiencies in the Retail Supply Chain
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct impact on the retail industry in terms of consumer presence in brick-and-mortar stores, growth in eCommerce, and more, but it’s also highlighted some Read more
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Did Toys R Us Have the Right Brick & Mortar Strategy?
On this MarketScale Industry Update, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin sits down with Melissa Gonzalez, host of MarketScale's Retail Refined and founder of The Lionesque Group, to give analysis on Toys Read more
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Navigating 1099 Work & Gig Economy in a COVID-19 World
The world of freelancing has seen quite a few shakeups in recent years, with California’s Proposition 22, a response to the AB 5 labor reclassification, effectively creating a third Read more
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Albertsons Cuts its Delivery Workforce: What This Means for Gig Workers & Grocers
The second largest grocery chain in the U.S., Albertsons, has officially ended its in-house delivery program for select locations, with plans to partner with third-party delivery Read more

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How Will the NFT Market Shake Up Auction Houses?
April 9, 2021
Their primary practice is based around asset protection, trusts & estates, as well as representing high net-worth individuals like art collectors, designers, wine importers & producers, and Read more
Why Credentialing Platforms Have to Fill the Void in Job Skills that Universities Are Creating
April 9, 2021
Numbers are up across the board for employer-based credential programs as companies develop a robust parallel higher education infrastructure. Research out of credentialing platform Credly found that Read more
The Longterm Impact of Retail Closures in 2021
April 9, 2021
  The CEO of Mainvest, Nick Matthews, discusses big news out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics on massive incoming retail closures in 2021. He breaks down which sectors are most impacted, but Read more
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The Longterm Impact of Retail Closures in 2021
April 9, 2021
  The CEO of Mainvest, Nick Matthews, discusses big news out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics on massive incoming retail closures in 2021. He breaks down which sectors are most impacted, but specifically, gives insight on how small businesses are being hit, and offers strategies for how government and business communities can step in to Read more
Who Does Walmart’s ‘Made in America’ Plan Benefit?
March 27, 2021
Walmart has made an additional $350-billion pledge to its Made in America pledge, promising to spend that amount on items made, grown or assembled in the United States over the next decade. The company estimates that the move will generate more than 750,000 new U.S. jobs – but will it really be such a resounding success? And will Walmart, which has come under Read more
Overcoming Infrastructure Deficiencies in the Retail Supply Chain
March 20, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a direct impact on the retail industry in terms of consumer presence in brick-and-mortar stores, growth in eCommerce, and more, but it’s also highlighted some glaring inefficiencies and shortcomings in the industry’s supply chain. Notably, retailers lack visibility and data regarding their supply chain and its infrastructure, Read more
Did Toys R Us Have the Right Brick & Mortar Strategy?
February 15, 2021
On this MarketScale Industry Update, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin sits down with Melissa Gonzalez, host of MarketScale's Retail Refined and founder of The Lionesque Group, to give analysis on Toys R Us' final wave of closings. After being brought under the Bain Capital umbrella and filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and then reviving its store operations with a Read more
Navigating 1099 Work & Gig Economy in a COVID-19 World
February 9, 2021
The world of freelancing has seen quite a few shakeups in recent years, with California’s Proposition 22, a response to the AB 5 labor reclassification, effectively creating a third category of worker in the gig economy when it comes to rideshare and food delivery drivers, and the pandemic making navigating the 1099-powered world of independent work even Read more
Albertsons Cuts its Delivery Workforce: What This Means for Gig Workers & Grocers
January 14, 2021
The second largest grocery chain in the U.S., Albertsons, has officially ended its in-house delivery program for select locations, with plans to partner with third-party delivery programs like DoorDash. This comes after a major push from Albertsons to classify grocery workers as "first responders" during the pandemic. Though some delivery workers Read more
The Future of Retail, Gaming and Entertainment
January 14, 2021
  When looking at the future of retail, gaming and entertainment, there is a significant opportunity for these industries to evolve, grow and leverage emerging technologies. On this episode of To the Edge and Beyond, Cheol Kim, General Manager of Intel IOT Retail, Gaming and Entertainment offers a look ahead. In the realm of retail, Read more
Taking Advantage of Renewed Growth in 2021
January 7, 2021
Jennifer Kaylo Ruscin guides retailers to be the hero and navigate the industry's biggest B2B challenges online and offline.   As a new year begins and we put 2020 behind us, many of us are searching for ways to get back to contentment, peace and growth. I’ve been able to successfully manifest exactly what I want to create each year by Read more
How Brick & Mortars Should Prepare for 2021
December 28, 2020
Seeming to spare no one in its path of devastation, the coronavirus not only brought about health concerns for populations around the world, it’s wreaked havoc on the traditional brick and mortar landscape, with many filing bankruptcy and more than 8,000 retail locations going dark for good. In an industry where trends are constantly shifting to Read more