COVID-19 Drives 130 $2 Billion Online Shopping Days In U.S. This Year by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, September 14, 2020 As of August there have been 130 days where online shopping surpassed $2 billion in the U.S., compared to only two $2 billion days outside of the holiday season in 2019, according to Adobe’s … Continue reading COVID-19 Drives 130 $2 Billion Online Shopping Days In U.S. This Year
Mike Kappel September 6, 2020 Some businesses have had to furlough or let go of employees due to COVID-19. Others are busier now than ever, trying to fill orders for in-demand products or services. Is either the case for you? If so, you’ve probably had to—or need to—adjust employee responsibilities. Unless your employees have a … Continue reading COVID Got You Scrambling? Learn How to Adjust Employee Responsibilities to Keep Up
Evelyn Frederickson September 1, 2020 Part 1: Ensuring and Growing Your COVID Renewal In times of uncertainty, it may be tempting to ‘hunker down’ and wait it out. Focus on maintaining the status quo. Don’t try anything new. Don’t take risks. However, after every recession, the Harvard Business Review, McKinsey, Bain, and other management consultants … Continue reading Ensuring and Growing Your COVID Renewal
David DeCorte September 1, 2020 Experiential commerce has been touted as the solution for many of the problems facing physical retail in recent years. This is a broad concept, but the fundamental idea is centered on giving the shopper a unique experience that can’t be replicated through remote channels. How one accomplishes this will vary … Continue reading Can Experience-Centric Shopping Survive in a Post-COVID World?
Susan Tucker July 21, 2020 It is impossible to ignore that COVID-19 has completely upended the world we live in. Times are dramatically different now than they were just seven months ago. As we learn to live in this new reality, we must figure out how to adapt and overcome. This is especially true when … Continue reading Navigating Social Media Marketing During COVID-19
Gleb Tsipursky July 24, 2020 The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we know it, as well as how we manage our households. While being shut mostly in our homes or observing infection prevention guidelines when leaving our house, it can be pretty hard to grapple with the reality of the world in which … Continue reading How Your Household Can Survive and Thrive During This Pandemic
Graham Jones July 16, 2020 The other day, one of my neighbours was complaining about her teenage son, who has the habit of putting off his homework until the very last minute. She is a very organised mum who finds it intriguing as to how he manages to get such good marks at school by … Continue reading Has Lockdown Made You Put Things Off?
Dana Kachan July 8, 2020 You can find here everything small businesses need to know to overcome a recession and run a smooth transition into the new digital economy. Get ready for experience-backed insights and proven practices on how to provide digital business transformation in 2020. Nobody has expected to face it so quickly. The … Continue reading In Response to COVID-19: Crisis Playbook for Startups and Small Businesses
Merilee Kern July 7, 2020 When it comes to leaders demonstrating vulnerability, executives are understandably concerned about optics. In fact, just Google the phrase “definition of vulnerability” and the very first result presented is: “Susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm.” With this decidedly ominous and predominant denotation, it’s no wonder that it has … Continue reading Vulnerability: A Vice Turned Virtue Amid ‘The New Normal’
Vinod Janapala June 24, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on just about everyone. But its effects have been particularly devastating upon businesses. Many businesses have already failed directly because of the virus and many more will fail in the immediate future. But your business does not need to be one of … Continue reading 5 Ways to Help Your Business Recover from the Coronavirus Pandemic