Explore the value of maintaining marketing investments during market slowdowns and how savvy brands can capture market share. Geoff Crain on October 23, 2023 This article was co-authored with Ed Crain, President and CEO of Kingstar Media and 26-year veteran of the marketing and media industries. Over 30 years of working in the media business, … Continue reading How brands should react to market slowdowns
A Jolly Holiday For Retailers Previously Anticipating Q4 Recession by Corinne Casagrande , August 25, 2023 All summer, retailers have been wondering, will people have any money left after all the concert and plane tickets? Consumers threw around cash in July everywhere as retail sales rose 0.7% (up 2% over last year). Prime Day helped … Continue reading A Jolly Holiday For Retailers Previously Anticipating Q4 Recession
By Allan Sloan July 28, 2023 We may be seeing a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the stock market. And it’s not from an approaching train. U.S. stocks are up nicely this year; we got good news this week about good growth in the gross domestic product (GDP); … Continue reading What recession? This already looks like a bull market
By Sam Becker November 15, 2022 Though the latest CPI numbers showed promise in the Fed’s battle against inflation—prices rose 7.7% year-over-year during October, a drop compared to previous months—it may not be of much comfort to the millions of Americans struggling to contend with escalating costs. That may be particularly true for … Continue reading The recession is squeezing Gen Z more than other generations: Nearly 75% can’t pay their bills on time
By Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza October 28, 2022 A recent survey of U.S. CEOs by The Conference Board found that 98% of them are preparing for a recession in the next 12 to 18 months. This could be bad news for full-time employees who can lose their livelihoods in a layoff, but it may be more … Continue reading What an impending recession could mean for freelancers
By Leah Solivan September 26, 2022 Interest rates are up, markets are down. Inflation continues to haunt the economy while the supply chain continues its wild, chaotic swing. While we look for hope in employment stats and public market upswings, economists and pundits are arguing about just when NBER (the National Bureau … Continue reading An economic slowdown could be the reset Silicon Valley needs
7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Inject New Capital Into Their Business During a Recession Due / 22 Sep 2022 Recessions are an inevitable part of the market cycle — and there’s no denying that they can be scary for consultants and the businesses they work with. Regardless of the size of the business, a recession … Continue reading 7 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Inject New Capital Into Their Business During a Recession
By Sam Becker September 20, 2022 While the jury is still out on whether the U.S. economy is, in fact, in a recession, there are signals from across the pond that the economic outlook in Europe is worsening. Economist Mohamed El-Erian, chairman of investment firm Gramercy Funds, recently said during a Gramercy webcast that a … Continue reading What would a European recession mean for the U.S. economy?