When the pandemic hit early this year, physical shops across the globe were forced to close. Even though situations slowly returned to a kind of normality, it’s safe to say that retail might never be the same again.
Articles that describe upcoming global trends and its impact towards businesses.
Recent government regulations are forcing the closure of offices all over the world. Our homes have become more than just a place to sleep, eat, and relax.
Among the first observations that became apparent during the initial stages of today’s global pandemic were the contradictions that the automotive world at large was faced with.
Knowledge from four or five years ago might not be relevant today, which makes it harder for us to keep up and remain competitive in the global market. Online learning can be the solution
Understanding how office environments changed due to COVID-19 can provide businesses with better use of resources and more intelligent targeting, more impactful messaging content and tonality, and leverage competitive advantage.
With emerging e-commerce platforms currently experiencing a boom, it’s easy to think that traditional bricks-and-mortar retail is collapsing.
Everything around us is changing and nothing is as it was. But does it mean that consumers are not in the mood to buy? If so, will it last long? Let’s not forget, that consumers are adaptive by nature.
The rise of one-person households is having far-reaching consequences throughout society, yet is getting relatively little attention.
The way we shop has undeniably changed over the years. For instance, where do you go when you want to buy a new laptop?
As food trends continue to emerge, food manufacturers need to keep up with the various demands (and even concerns) which develop along with these trends.
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